Welcome to La Mancha Media



Special Note on Embedded Videos:
LMM will be discontinuing its Vimeo account. If a video you want to see is no longer working you can find the same video on LMM's YouTube account now. You can also embed them on your website. If you don't see the video you are looking for please email me before October 15, 2014 so I can retrieve it from Vimeo and upload to YouTube before the account is fully closed.

Welcome to the LMM website. On the top left are links to view our three full feature documentaries. There are also many extras for each film on the links below. The first is Men of La Mancha (2012), which was featured in several film festivals including the popular Oaxaca Film Festival, and winner of the prestigious People's Choice Award at the JPII Film Festival in Miami. It also aired on several cable and public access channels in the Washington DC Metro area.

Our second film, The Wild West of Namibia (2013) played in several countries including USA, Cameroon, Jamaica and elsewhere as part of the Africa World Film Festival.

Our newest film, The Wild Coast: An Exploration of the Guianas (2014) and can be seen right here.

On the bottom left are several links to short charity videos we have made for other charities throughout the Americas. These videos have raised tens of thousands of dollars for these charities. There are links to donate to them directly if you desire to do so.

We are currently seeking grants and donations to film in charities worldwide.
On average, for just a few thousand dollars in donations, we can create a 10 minute fundraising video which includes 3 days of filming, all the editing required, paid for licensed music for the video, as well as full HD streaming on YouTube that can be embedded anywhere, and a burned DVD and Blu Ray for the charity that can be copied and distributed anywhere. The best and most recent example is our Messengers of Peace video, shot in Colombia, which you can see here:

The Hokule'a Polynesian Voyage Malama Honua in Cook Islands

The Hokule'a is a full-scale replica of a Polynesian voyaging canoe. She is currently sailing 47,000 miles around the world on a 2 year voyage known as Malama Honua ("To Care for our Earth") without engine power.

This interview was at Muri Lagoon, Rarotonga, Cook Islands on August 5, 2014. Richard and I stumbled on this group near our hotel and did a quick interview. On August 6 she departed the Cooks for Samoa. She is currently still in the South Pacific near the Swains Islands. Her crew was recently greeted by the U.N. Secretary General. See their blog for more info and follow their progress at www.hokulea.com

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