These videos are a sample collection of Flagler Films work
Mount Kilimanjaro promotional video
Flagler Films completes a 2-minute promotional video about the recent Kilimanjaro climb. The trek was an amazing experience! Check it out!
Washington Mountain Rescue
Flagler Films completes the 5-minute video about the mountain rescue teams in Washington State. The 9 mountain rescue teams in Washington State are approximately 350 volunteers dedicated to saving lives through rescue and mountain safely education. The video will be showcased at the Mountain Rescue Association conference in Port Angeles, WA from June 9th – 12th. For more information about mountain rescue in Washington visit: http://mra.org/all-teams/washington-region/
Mountain Rescue Ireland
Mountain Rescue Ireland represents the twelve voluntary mountain rescue teams on the island of Ireland. Mountain Rescue Ireland is also known as Tarrtháil Sléibhe Éireann and the Irish Mountain Rescue Association (IMRA).
The teams consists of over 365 men and women who provide a voluntary emergency service to people lost or injured while walking or climbing in the mountain ranges of Ireland. This 24 hour 999/112 emergency service is funded by state funds and public donations.
This video highlights the hard work and dedication of those skilled volunteer rescue members that have assisted those in need since 1965. For more information visit www.mountainrescue.ie.
International Appalachian Trail of Ireland
The International Appalachian Trail of Ireland video highlights the world famous trail that crosses the island of Ireland. The route begins along the Atlantic Ocean in the Republic of Ireland and crosses County Donegal into Northern Ireland and finishing on the shores of the Irish Sea.
International Appalachian Trail of Donegal Video
The 2-minute video highlights the IAT route that winds through County Donegal. This is the second video about the International Appalachian Trail on the island of Ireland that Flagler Films produced for Tourism Ireland.
The International Appalachian Trail of Northern Ireland Video
This 2-minute video captures the IAT as it traverses through Northern Ireland. This is the third and final video about the International Appalachian Trail on the island of Ireland that Flagler Films produced for Tourism Ireland.
Rogaland's Recreation For All Video
This video highlights the many outdoor recreation destinations suitable for all that can be found in the county. 2015 is the Year of Outdoor Recreation in Norway and this video is an important part to this campaign.
Rogaland Methodology Animation Video
This video (Norwegian Version) highlights Rogaland's Methodology to rank the many different types of destinations, area types and suitable users. Flagler Films worked with One Productions in Dublin and Artist Ronan Coyle to deliver this animation video.
Flagler Films partners with Goodada
Goodada provides companies with the tools and services, which allows them to develop and grow their international trading opportunities.
This video explains how it assists companies achieve their digital online strategy and to grow their international trade. Whether it is searching for products or selling products into new international markets.
Project Pangaea Trails
Flagler Films hopes to someday produce a four-part television series, DVD programs and shorter videos about the 20,000-mile International Appalachian Trail. PROJECT PANGAEA™ provides the tools for explorers of all kinds to have amazing experiences on the 32,000 km (20,000 mile) International Appalachian Trail - an epic, Atlantic route eventually linking some of the most famous trails in North America, Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia, Western Europe and Northern Africa. For more information please visit: www.pangaeatrails.com
Continental Divide Trail Coalition (CDTC)
Mark Flagler produced a short video highlighting his experience along the Continental Divide Trail to help raise much-needed funds for this special long-distance trail. The “Finding Your Way on The Continental Divide” campaign is a focused crowd sourcing effort to rally outdoor and environmental communities across the country towards supporting the future of this incredible national scenic trail. Dollars from this campaign will directly support much needed advocacy and protection efforts, map making, data collection, and volunteer trail building. This video helped the CDTC reached there goal and raise over $36,000 during the campaign.
Flagler Films Outdoor Showreel 2013
This new showreel highlights the outdoor recreation and adventure programs of Flagler Films. The images come from television productions, DVD documentaries, online promotional videos and stock footage library. All these video clips were captured in North America. Flagler Films specializes in programs that take viewers off the beaten path to visit the wild and scenic backcountry found on our planet. Mark Flagler is a proven expert in producing walking and hiking programs.
Produced by Mark Flagler and Flagler Films
Music provided by www.MobyGratis.com and Moby.
Get Ireland Walking
Get Ireland Walking is a new national initiative which exists to maximize the number of people participating in walking for health, wellbeing and fitness.
The main objectives are to:
Promote, encourage and support people to get walking
Unify and enable the efforts of all recreation, sporting and health promotion agencies and association interested in promotion walking.
Get Ireland Walking is an initiative funded by the Irish Sports Council and the Health Service Executive (HSE), led by Mountaineering Ireland and supported by Irish Heart Foundation, HSE Health Promotion, Age and Opportunity, Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), Institute of Leisure and Amenity Management, Arthritis Ireland, and others.
Register, Join or Set Up a walking Group Today. For more information about this initiative please visit: www.getirelandwalking.ie
The Child Wanderer Path
The Child Wanderer Path is a remarkable 136-kilometer footpath in Southern Norway that introduces visitors to the scenic landscapes, friendly villages and story of the wandering children who worked so their families could survive.
The Child Wanderer Path has recently become part of the International Appalachian Trail that now travels throughout North America and Europe. The Child Wanderer Path also makes up part of the long-distance North Sea Cycle route that travels over 6,000km around the North Sea.
For more information about The Child Wanderer Path please visit: www.barnevandring.no
Coast Alive Toolkit Animation Video
This brilliant animation was produced to provide a quick summary of an EU funded project called Coast Alive. The project partners searched for ways to persuade people to use a total of 12,000 km of paths all around the North Sea, and highlighted many different ways to get people to use the Great Outdoors to achieve a healthier lifestyle while preserving the natural heritage. This is what they learned.
The International Appalachian Trail of Ireland
This video highlights the new section of the International Appalachian Trail (IAT) that has been established in the Republic of Ireland. The route travels 119km (73.9 miles) from the Atlantic Ocean across County Donegal to the Northern Ireland border at Kelly's Bridge. Discussions are currently taking place to continue the trail into Northern Ireland to the North Channel. Someday there will be a route that crosses the entire island of Ireland.
International Appalachian Trail Newfoundland & Labrador Movie
This video provides a brief overview of the International Appalachian Trail (IAT) in North America and highlights the many special and scenic places found along the Newfoundland & Labrador Chapter of the trail. This proposed IAT route travels 1,200km (700 miles) along the Long Range Mountains from Port aux Basques in southwest Newfoundland to Crow Head at the northern tip of the Great Northern Peninsula.
Walk The Line Challenge
The Walk The Line Challenge is a unique 32 kilometer fund-raising event for Dublin &Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team. This year the challenge brought 300 participants through the Wicklow and Dublin Mountains. The walk begins shortly before nightfall and ends after sunrise in Marley Park in Dublin. The selected route has plenty of challenging and varied terrain but it's achievable by any hill-walker with average fitness.
International Appalachian Trail of Newfoundland Icebergs
This footage was recorded in 2011 when the Petermann Ice Island passed close to Newfoundland & Labrador leaving behind thousands of icebergs. Flagler Films hopes to someday use this video footage for a one-hour television and DVD program about the 1,800-mile International Appalachian Trail of North America that stretches from Mount Katahdin in the US state of Maine to the Northern tip of Newfoundland, Canada.
Music by Moby