Who are the filmmakers of ring of fire?

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Who are the filmmakers of ring of fire?

The Ring of Fire: An Indonesian Odyssey is a series of five documentary films following the decade-long Wanderjahr of the filmmaker/sibling partnership Lorne and Lawrence Blair.

Where does the movie Ring of fire take place?

This spectacular presentation explores the volcano belt known as the Ring of Fire. Breathtaking cinematography displays close up shots of past and present Pacific Rim volcanoes from Chile, USA, Japan and the Philippines.

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This video file cannot be played. (Error Code: 102630) This spectacular presentation explores the volcano belt known as the Ring of Fire. Breathtaking cinematography displays close up shots of past and present Pacific Rim volcanoes from Chile, USA, Japan and the Philippines.

Where did Lawrence Blair go beyond the ring of fire?

Dream Wanderers of Borneo: The brothers go in search of the nomadic Punan Dayaks. Beyond the Ring of Fire: Lawrence Blair returns to a lost paradise at the outer edge of the known world eight years later in a retrospective voyage to many of the islands first visited and others never previously filmed.

When did the ring of fire take place?

Beyond the Ring of Fire: Lawrence Blair returns to a lost paradise at the outer edge of the known world eight years later in a retrospective voyage to many of the islands first visited and others never previously filmed. With financing from investors including the BBC and Ringo Starr, the Blair Brothers arrived in Indonesia from England in 1972.

Where do the brothers sail in the ring of fire?

Dance of the Warriors: The brothers sail to the islands of Komodo where they encounter the Komodo dragon, Sumba where they witness human sacrifice, western New Guinea where they meet the Asmat, and finally Bali where they build a home in a village.

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