This multimedia piece is part of the Stay With Me project series. For a more comprehensive text, go to
Stay With Me documents the experiences of families that live with the realities of brain injury worldwide. The project is a work in progress and I am constantly working to expand it. Stay With Me aims to raise awareness of brain injury and its effect in family and social life. It also acknowledges the value of these experiences and wishes to share them with other families who may be facing similar situations.
A 7 minute documentary illuminating the nature of love expressed in masculine form.
In December '10 the Central Eagles traveled to USC to compete against the Dillon Wildcats in the SC AA HS Football Championship.
3 Seventeen explores a variety of topics within the frame of high school football and the Central Eagles Championship bid - the meaning of authentic male role models in the lives of young men, the power of love and the exploration of new and progressive notions of masculinity.
A Yellow Cape Communications story.
Director - Jason Fararooei
Editor - Benjamin Sliker
"Youth in action for Haiti"
Documentary - 12 minutes (haitian creole with english subtitles)
With over 50% of the Haitian population under the age of 24, the future of this impoverished country clearly rests with its youth and desire to make a lasting and positive contribution to their country.
UNICEF is proud to be involved with Haitian youth, helping them develop and grow to realize their full potential.
Produced, directed, filmed and edited by:
Pablo Tourrenc and Charles Gay
Multimedia artist Doug Aitken projects his video work, Song1, on the cylindrical facade of the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. Aitken uses the song, "I Only Have Eyes For You," as the central theme of the work.
A strain of drug-resistant malaria emerges in the border region of Thailand and Burma, threatening to kill millions if current malaria drugs become no longer effective.