Karate, awamori, blonde beaches, goat Sashimi and of course an ancient kingdom - Okinawa is calling!
We are off to Okinawa, Japan on Nov 20 2018, to film another season of ' Changing Landscapes ' series. We will be painting and filming for 4 weeks in the ancient Ryukyu Kingdom. Upcoming season will be released in 2019.
UPCOMING TELEVISION SHOWS
CHANGING LANDSCAPES TV is happy to announce a distribution deal with FILM OPTION INTERNATIONAL.
CURRENT TV - SERIES
'Changing Landscapes' is an original TV series created by Dominik Modlinski and Scott Wilson. Born from a passion of travel and motorcycles Dominik and Scott will take the viewer to varied and changing landscapes. Some may be familiar, others may not, but in each case they will document their travels through Dominik's work as a landscapes artist and Scott's work as a film maker and writer. Combining their mediums their goal is to take the viewer to exotic destinations, meet the locals and embark on an adventure or two.
'CHANGING LANDSCAPES - BOLIVIA' TV series - 8 episodes - Aug/Sep + Oct/Nov 2015
TV series - 8 episodes -Nov/Dec 2015 + Jan/Feb/March2016
SHAW TV Multicultural Channel/Shaw Digital Channel 116
Vancouver and lower mainland.
'Changing Landscapes Bolivia' is an 8 part television series that follows landscape artist Dominik Modlinski, and travel writer Scott Wilson on a recent six week motorcycle trip through Bolivia.
The first episode starts November 21, 2015.
Here are the days and times and they will be consistent throughout the 16 weeks.
Saturday at 2:30pm
Sundays at 5:00pm
Changing Landscapes Vancouver Island' is a 13 part television series set on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Voted by Conde Nast traveler readers as the best island in Canada, Vancouver Island would appear to have some serious tourism credentials buried in its forests and shorelines. Yet when we bandy words like 'exotic' and 'laid back' about all we think of is the Caribbean, the 'Med' or S.E. Asia. Well, what's wrong with home? That's a question we've been asking ourselves, so Dominik and I headed out to see what all the fuss was about. We scoured the island from north to south, and east to west in search of changing landscapes and a hearty adventure or two. Join us as we visit old growth forests, kayak with seals and maybe have a pint or two at a local brew pub! Where will the adventure take us? Click on the blog links below to find out.
'Changing Landscapes Vancouver Island'
"Vancouver Island is as exotic as it gets. But it's a different kind of exotic.
It's not palm trees and margaritas.
It's giant cedars and single malt. It's a pristine and wild exotic."
Full lineup of workshops for 2018