idream.tv created this video for artspace in Minneapolis celebrating 25 years of Kelley Lindquist. Premiered at Ford Foundation in NYC on October 1, 2012.
-Featuring irreverent and refreshingly honest comments by Catherine Jordan, Jackie Cherryhomes, Tom Nordyke, Diane Norman, Leah Sixkiller, Rebecca Driscoll, Petronella Ytsma, and Seitu Jones.
-idream.tv production team: Paul Auguston, Edie French, Ryan Melling, Luis Iglesias, Amy Waksmonski
-Artspace producers: Melodie Bahan, Roy Close
iDream.tv produced this video for Sunset Gun Productions
Scarlet Woman Live Performance
“It isn’t murder when they’re asking for it”
a new play by Matthew Wells
performed by Katherine Kupiecki & Candy Simmons
directed by Rob O’Neill & Daniel Ellis
2400 University Avenue
Saint Paul, MN
idream.tv, a full service multimedia production company, created this short video to premiere at the grand opening of The Cowles Center for Dance. iDream.tv Artistic Director, Paul Auguston, was responsible for engineering the time lapse footage seen world wide and documenting the historic move of the Shubert Theater, which earned acclaim in the Guiness Book of World Records. Additionally, Mr. Auguston contributed dance footage from his personal archives.
Special thanks to Melodie Bahan and Edie French for project coordination and to the idream.tv production team of Paul Auguston, lead editor and videographer; Julie Kistler, multi-media designer; and Nathan Matson, editor and sound designer; Luis Iglesias, camera.
Script by Roy Close, voice-over Steve Yoakam
Additional photography courtesy of Minnesota Historical Society, Michal Daniels and other sources.
Julian was born in 1342, and believed to be the first European woman to publish a book - “Revelations of Divine Love.” She experienced the Hundred Years’ War, three outbreaks of the Black Plague, and the Peasants’ Revolt. In the midst of great turmoil, Julian spoke words of comfort, hope, forgiveness, and revelation. She speaks to our time as well.
This stunning one-woman show is performed by Linda Loving and filmed in Norwich England in the cell where Julian lived. The DVD includes bonus feature interviews with Ms. Loving, Paula Cooey, Professer of Religous Studies, Macalaster College and Father Llewellyn, Keeper of the Shrine.
Copies of the program are available for purchase. Learn more. Contact: Linda Loving julianofnorwich.com
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iDream.tv did this documentary on the historic move of the Shubert Theater, by Stubbs Movers, in downtown Minneapolis garnered international attention with pioneering engineering breakthroughs. LOCATION IMAGES provided a feed for StarTribune web cam, (one of the first), produced all on-site video support for local and international media, created high speed animated footage of the move (Warp Cam TM), produced a 7-min. promotional video about the project, and supplied video for two episodes of the Mega Movers series, produced by 44 Blue for the History Channel in the clip shown here.
The Shubert Theater is now managed by ArtSpace and in it's new life as The Minnesota Shubert Performing Arts and Education Center it will be a home for dance and music that honors tradition, nurtures innovation, encourages exploration, and presents programs that delight and inspire.