Tag: television

American Roadtrip

After four months traveling America, Australian Filmmaker Mark Shea is back home and editing through the footage which took him to 13 different locations on his American Roadtrip. Meeting locals along the way, Mark plans to edit his stories into a feature length film. Below is a preview featuring each location visited. The locations Mark […]

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Completed travel programs – Overlander.tv

Below is a list of Overlander.tv’s completed travel programs: The Way – Camino de Santiago The Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain is one of the World’s most popular pilgrimages. Filmmaker Mark Shea wished to explore the spiritual affect the Camino (Way of St James) has on pilgrims, by walking the French Way alone, and […]

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The Great Firewall of China

Overlander.tv are heading to China, so no videos for a while. We may find a way to get around the inability to use sites like youtube, but just in case we can’t, here is an early warning as to why things will be quiet here. Mashup of the feature film, Network (1976) featuring Peter Finch […]

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IS YOUTUBE THE END OF CIVILISATION AS WE KNOW IT!

With affordable cameras every one has become a photographer or filmmaker. But I wonder, who watches all this stuff? With one hour of video being loaded every second, I wonder if this is the end of civilisation as we know it. Will the aliens arrive in the future to an empty planet, and think, ‘this […]

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