“Knowledge is power. Rather than merely chronicling how one copes with an infirmity, Life Interrupted serves as a model for overcoming any challenge or obstacle with clarity and honesty, delivering tangible HOPE for women who are diagnosed with breast cancer.” Just finished Post Production on this film by Paula Mozen. Visit Facebook page Life Interrupted for updates.
"Fear and Loathing on Montana's Middle Fork of the Flathead" posted today on Canoe and Kayak Magazine. Our video, created with the contributions of all our river mates, accompanies the Al Kesselheim's story about floating gin-clear, bony water deep in the wilderness this past July. Check it the video and story. www.canoekayak.com/canoe/fear-and-loathing-on-montanas-middle-fork-of-the-flathead/
Randy DPed The Devour Life Series - Ronan Donovan by Carnivore Wines. Great marketing tactic! A little something to bring the wild to your dining table.
On Sept. 17, 2016 stuntman Eddie Braun will attempt to jump the Snake River Canyon in a rocket nearly identical daredevil Evel Knievel's rocket. This time the aircraft named Evel Spirit is designed by Scott Truax, the son of Evel's 1974 engineer. Evel didn't make the jump but survived. Scott Truax was a young, impressionable boy at the time. With this jump, Eddie and Scott will be paying homage to Knievel and Truax, accelerating up to 400 mph at top speed. Check online news! We shot a segment at the Butte Evel Knievel Days for the team - they are passionate and dedicated.
Here's a story on team Evel Spirit:
Watch "Mystery In Yellowstone" this Sunday night August 28 on the Smithsonian Channel, 9pm on most providers. Randy Wimberg, Director of Photography; produced by Taglight Media; directed by Manfred Corrine.
This is why the jury loved "Mystery in Yellowstone": “Everything is connected. If man alters only one parameter, the outcome might be fatal. Director of Photography, Randy Wimberg; Director, Manfred Corrine; Produced by Taglicht Media.
We joined the National Endowment of the Arts in celebrating their 50th anniversary by shooting the Montana segment for a documentary series "The United States of Arts". This piece features the unique Waterworks Museum in Miles City, Montana, created from a 1910 water treatment plant. NEA and the Montana Arts Council support the museum. Waterworks interviews, footage and Montana landscapes by Wimberg Productions.
A persistent Griz trying to get the smelly goodies in a Toter can. The Grizzly Bears at the Discovery Center in West Yellowstone test out a bunch of can brands during the year. Got your trash in a good place? We've had a handsome guy (Black Bear) prowling our neighborhood lately.
Watch detection dogs learn to sniff out illegal ivory and other contraband. Working Dogs for Conservation is training them to work with handlers in the Luangwa Valley, Zambia’s wildlife stronghold where it is under increasing attack from poachers.
The dogs have found poaching contraband that law enforcement would never have discovered without them, such as gun parts concealed in the thatched roof of a hut, or, incredibly, a tiny primer cap (used to fire a muzzle loader) that was placed in a matchbox, hidden inside a suitcase, and buried among bags and parcels in a tightly packed van. Searches like these often happen along roads or in villages, when many bystanders are watching, which adds to the dogs’ deterrence value.
WD4C continues to provide consultation, support, and maintenance training to the Zambia team to ensure that the dogs remain eager, efficient and effective in their work." - from www.wd4c.org/ambiaantipoaching.html
Shot for In Good Faith project, a historical documentary that focuses on unresolved historical questions involving the Mixed Band of Shoshone, Bannock, and Sheepeater Indians of central Idaho and southwestern Montana. With Orlan Svingen and Naka Productions.
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