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JAPAN: Shaping History, Shaping Tomorrow

"Tokyo is a city like no other; a sprawling metropolis that never ceases to amaze," says Shaping History's filmmaker Tim White. In this video White explores the contrasts of life in Tokyo, "between the young and the old, the traditional and the contemporary, the fast and the slow, the eastern and western influences." Watch as White takes you on a fast-paced tour through the busy streets, markets, restaurants, forests, temples, and trains of one of the largest cities in the world. 



GLOBAL: Worldwide Time Lapses

If you've always wanted to take a trip around the world but you only have a few moments to spare then this is the video for you. Globetrotter Mike Riccitelli takes us on a stunning visual tour of Japan, China, Vietnam, India, Mauritius, South Africa, Ghana, Brazil, and the United States. Join him.



JAPAN: Negative Nothing

After the 2011 tsunami and nuclear disaster in Japan, travel agent Thomas Kholer lost his customers, and eventually his job. Refusing to give up on life, Kohler decided to walk across Japan to show the world that not all of Japan is Fukushima. His 1,800 mile trip from north to south became a journey of a lifetime.


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JAPAN: We Are All Radioactive

In the summer of 2011, a few months after the earthquake and tsunami devestated the coast of northeast Japan, a group of surfers headed to the town of Motoyoshi to film interviews with locals, anti-nuclear activists, and radiation experts. "We Are All Radioactive" follows the group of surfers and local fishermen as they rebuild their lives and try to find answers to their biggest concerns: Is our food safe? Is our water safe? Can I sell my fish and vegetables at the market? Will my children die prematurely of cancer? Can we ever trust the government again?


JAPAN: Tokyo Slo-Mo

In this funky tribute to his hometown of Tokyo, filmmaker Alex Lee takes us on a slow-motion tour through the subways, streets, stadiums and skyscrapers of one of the largest cities in the world, where more than 13 million people live, work and play.