Web series

This category is reserved for a travel web-series that is currently running on YouTube, Vimeo, or streaming service and would like to increase exposure to new fans. The maximum length of a web series episode with credits is a maximum of 30 minutes.

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Plausibly Ridiculous: Will a 14 lb. Bowling Ball Float in the Dead Sea?

Plausibly Ridiculous is a travel web series with a scientific and anthropological twist, aiming to answer questions about the world you didn’t even know you had. In this pilot episode, creator and host Erik Trinidad travels through the country of Israel to answer the question: Will a 14-lb. bowling ball float in the Dead Sea? …Read more »

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The camera speaks for the eyes as it travels spontaneously between the details of each city. The main goal is to focus on details many visitors might not notice when they travel. This web series is telling you stories through the director’s lens. While in London While in Istanbul While in Italy Director: Ala Hamdan Short film …Read more »

WHAT IS HOME

The true experts for a place are the people who live there – the ones who grew up and decided to stay. Backpacking to foreign countries, the two Cologne based filmmakers Nadine & Annika noticed, that their travel experience reaches another level, when they stick to locals instead of other travellers. The stories and insight …Read more »

Naturally Ours: Rediscover Canadian Parks Series

Join Naturalist, Biologist and Storyteller Erica Hargreave as she explores and makes new friends on Salt Spring Island around their mutual love of parks. Walk back in history to meet Salt Spring’s First Peoples pre-contact, visit BC’s oldest working farm that exemplifies the culture of sustainability that is Salt Spring Island, help Erica to hoot …Read more »

Hitchhiking at Balaton Lake

A little travel vlog about hitchhiking at Balaton Lake in Hungary. Director: Elias Stadler