A three part series for Vice Media that documents extreme athletes who utilize their lungs in unnatural and superhuman ways. Exhale follows Pro Big Wave Surfer Hugo Vau (Portugal), Mushers Kristy and Ana Berington (Alaska), and Free Diver Miguel Lozano (Canary Islands).
This series is currently available in the UK only.
Driely "D" Carter is one of the most prominent photographers of our generation. She photographs Beyonce, Pharrell and the likes. But in this short film, captured on 16mm, Driely is in front of the camera for the first time ever. She opens up about her obsession with photography, her desire to be constantly evolving as an artist and the relationship she has with the photos she didn't take- the demons that haunt her, which she has coined her "friendly ghosts."
Actor and athlete Michael B. Jordan is Grounded. His roots in Newark, family relationships, dreams and determination molded the person he is today. Looking past the limelight, success and material things, he now reflects on the pillars of his identity. This personal journey is documented for the first time in this exclusive short film, “Grounded”.
In 2018, at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, Intel broke a world record for flying the most amount of unmanned drones in unison.
This film documents the brilliant minds behind the magic who put art and technology at the forefront of innovation.
The Litas, an all female motorcycle collective, profiles extraordinary Italian women going against the grain in pursuit of professions and passions that are traditionally held by men. The film showcases three exceptional boundary defying women- a policewoman, a filmmaker and a motorcycle aficionado.
Tribeca Film Festival and BVLGARI used their unique platforms and wide reach to enhance the art of storytelling in a bold and daring way. The Litas celebrates and connects the cinematic history of the brand with contemporary voices of today.
“26.2” celebrates the fearlessly independent runners that come from over 120 countries to partake in the infamous New York City Marathon.
In its nearly 100-year history, Hilton hotels have served guests and communities across the world and acted as the setting for some of the most iconic cultural moments of the past century. One such moment, John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Bed-In for Peace, took place in Room 702 of the Hilton Amsterdam beginning March 25, 1969 – 50 years ago.
The Bed-In was covered by global media as Lennon and Ono turned their honeymoon into a weeklong promotion of peace. In celebration of the anniversary and the role Hilton has played in fostering understanding around the world, the company has created a new limited video series called Room 702. The series leads viewers on a journey inspired by the spirit of Room 702, as personified through some of the Hilton Team Members who bring that spirit to life today.