Watch me jam solo, then use the special interactive player to record your own remix. Go ahead, show me what you got!
Coke is everywhere; basic medicine isn't. Zambia harnesses the crate for good. Directed by Claire Ward
Set in Zambia, THE COLA ROAD follows the launch of the first trial to use Coca-Cola's crates and supply chain know-how to deliver life-saving anti-diarrhea kits.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation — Seattle, WA [May 21, 2014]
Microsoft Redmond Campus — Seattle, WA [May 20, 2014]
University of Michigan — Ann Arbor, MI [May 19. 2014]
Gonzaga University — Spokane, WA [April 2, 2014]
University of North Carolina — Chapel Hill, NC [April 2, 2014]
National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts — London, UK [March 13, 2014]
St. Paul's University College — Waterloo, Ontario [February 11, 2014]
University of Waterloo — Ottawa, Ontario [Jan. 16, 2014]
University of Ottawa — Ottawa, Ontario [Jan. 15, 2014]
University of Baltimore — Baltimore, Maryland [Nov. 2, 2013]
Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University — Evanston, IL [Oct. 31, 2013]
Stanford University — Stanford, California [Oct. 22, 2013]
The RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) — London, UK [Sept. 23, 2013]
MovingMedia International Student Film Festival — Detroit, Michigan [September 28, 2013]
Action on Film International Film Festival — Monrovia, California [3PM, August 22, 2013]
Women Deliver conference — Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia [May 28-30, 2013]
University of Waterloo Alumni exclusive screening — Toronto, Canada [May 9, 2013]
Siachitema health center — Siachitema, Zambia [April 10, 2013]
NewsDoc Film Festival — New York, NY [Feb. 9, 2013]
Best Director, Documentary — AOF International Film Festival (2013)
Honorable Mention, Sidney Gross Memorial Prize for Investigative Journalism (2013)
Song credit: 'Ambuya' by Wezi, produced by T-Sean [Bizzy Baila International]
For the first time, Free People has produced a short film to embody the story that takes place in our latest catalog. Starring actor Christopher Abbott of the hit show ‘Girls,’ alongside model/actress Sheila Marquez, the catalog and film follow a love story: a touring band member and his bohemian beaut are unexpectedly reunited on a Brooklyn street and share a short time together in the city’s boroughs. What begins with sharing a coffee and a game of roshambo leads the lovers on a whirlwind romance, all building up to what seems to be an inevitable conclusion to their chance meeting. Set to the sounds of Lord Huron’s “The Ghost on the Shore,” the film brings the narrative of these star-crossed lovers to life with a fully flushed out storyline and a surprise ending. Please let us know what you think in the comments below!
To view Part Two of the Roshambo series, please visit: freep.pl/kS6VD
Director (s): Guy Aroch and Jonathan Doe
Creative Director(s): Free People and Brody Baker for Starworks Group
Concept By: Free People
Director of Photography: Carlos Veron
Producer: Starworks Group
Associate Producer: Connor Doherty for Starworks Group
Chris: Christopher Abbott
Sheila: Sheila Marquez
Post Production Co: The Mill
Editor: Ryan McKenna
Colorist: Damien Van Der Cruyssen
Producer: Carl Walters
Rails? Jumps? Snake-Run-Halfpipe? There are so many lines to pick at the Nike Chosen Sessions. The AMs & Pros have been filming it all.
Jump on nikechosensessions.com and vote for your favorite AM's line. The 3 riders with the highest votes head to the finals.
Tune In. Take Part. Vote.