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Matador documentaries

Iran - Is it Really that Bad?

With all of the negative press Iran gets in the media, Dutch filmmaker Reinier van Oorsouw decided to visit the country with one question: Is it really that…

From The Air

Amazing videos of the world we live in all shot from the air!

Auntie Ann's Filipino Kitchen

A new kind of Cooking show, straight from the islands.

Jacob's Journey - A Maasai Warrior's Journey Home

This is the remarkable story of Jacob Mayiani, a Maasai man living in the US who returns to Kenya for the final ceremony completing his warriorhood —a ceremony…

In Her Shoes: India

Rani is a 17-year-old in Mumbai. Like most girls her age, she likes Instagram, boys and good food. But Rani is also the daughter of a sex worker, and she grew up…

Gather: Exploring Iceland's electronic music scene

From the iconic Sonar festival in Reykjavik to tiny gatherings in caves, we follow leading Icelandic musicians and artists to learn how this country of only…

The Rickshaw Adventure

Matador Mike travels from the US to Trivandrum, India to enter a Tuk Tuk (rickshaw) race.

People of Paradise

Two years in the making this 5 part web-series tells the story of Tao Philippines which is fast becoming one of the leading adventure travel companies in Asia.…

Surfing with Sugar

Meet Ryan Rustan and his canine companion Sugar the surfing dog. Ryan grew up in Huntington Beach and comes from a long line of surfers. From an early age he…

Rigs 2 Reefs: Transecting  Borneo

Most people see offshore oil platforms as huge industrial blots on the ocean. And yet marine conservation scientists Amber Jackson and Emily Callahan are…

Travel Deeper with Gareth Leonard

If you could break out of your everyday routine and go travel, how deep would your travels take you? Meet Gareth Leonard, a native New Yorker who set out to…

Tribe Without Borders

Luxury Off the Grid

Luxury off the Grid is a deep dive into the world’s most incredible off-grid adventure tourism operations. Along the way, we’ll meet visionaries who have…

Trawen: Travel, Transformation, and Protecting Patagonia

Through interviews with former Patagonia, Inc. CEO Kris Tompkins and the late Doug Tompkins, founder of The North Face, we learn the personal transformations…

Behind the Lens with Dewey

Follow Matador Filmmaker Mike Dewey, behind the scenes as he shows you some of his favorite techniques and tools for creating the epic travel films across the…

matador Episodic Shows

Shots & Slang: Hawaiian Edition

7 Days in Slovenia

Ixim: A Mayan Story About Corn

The Rickshaw Adventure

Travel Deeper with Gareth Leonard

Rigs 2 Reefs: Transecting  Borneo

Trawen: Travel, Transformation, and Protecting Patagonia

The Wild Life: The Story of Nimmo Bay

Gather: Exploring Iceland's electronic music scene

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Call to Adventure

Black Rhinos in Kenya

Fighter: The Legend of a Thai Boxer


Secret On The Hill

Surfing with Sugar

The Body Painter

Traveling Jules: Korea

Tribe without Borders: Jordan

In Her Shoes: India


Tribe without Borders: Israel

Whang-Od: The Last True Tattoo Artist

Auntie Ann's Filipino Kitchen

From The Air

Jacob's Journey - A Maasai Warrior's Journey Home

Featured shows

Whang-Od: The Last True Tattoo Artist

At somewhere around 100 years old, Whang-od is the last true tattoo artist in the Philippines. She still practices the ancient form of tattooing she first began at 15—tattooing warriors and indigenous women. In…

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Making Home with Alex Honnold

The Alex Honnold you're probably familiar with—the rock climber who sets speed records free soloing some of the gnarliest walls in the world—is only one snapshot in the home movie that makes up the person. But…

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Venture off the Beaten Path: British Columbia

Watch Seattle-based artist Mimi Kvinge and Whistler-based mountain biker and photographer Mason Mashon explore British Columbia's Sea-to-Sky corridor, from Vancouver to Whistler.

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Wild Toddler Chronicles

Illuminate the Bike

Travel Deeper with Gareth Leonard

Luxury Off the Grid

Iran - Is it Really that Bad?

Tribe Without Borders

At Home on the Road


BRINK: Front Lines of Conservation


Culture Trippers

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