1. Macroelements (Gertrude Projection Fest submission)

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    from Design By Kai / Added

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    This was a collaboration between myself and the talented Chris Staring of skaremedia - http://www.skaremedia.com It was our joint submission for the Gertrude Projection Festival 2012, was projected for a week in a shop front on Getrude st, Fitzroy, here in Melbourne this past July. Music: 'Spectikal' by Audiovoid

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    • Growth

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      from Trisha Clarkin / Added

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      An excerpt from personal documentary made in 2007 called Genesis.

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      • Nighty Night - Gertrude

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        Nighty Night "Gertrude" Nighty Night Skihouse Records 2012 Director: Devin Vaughn Shot in & around Carbondale, IL, on Sunday, July 22, 2012. http://nightynight.us http://nightynightband.blogspot.com http://skihousemedia.com http://nightynight.bandcamp.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/nighty-night/86771846328?ref=ts&fref=ts http://www.myspace.com/nightynightband

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        • The Reenactment

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          from Janine Kaiser / Added

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          The Reenactment is a modern mystery detective thriller adaption of William Shakespeare's “Mousetrap”-scene in his Hamlet. The film is set in the wintery landscape of the Snowy Mountains in Australia. Hamlet a Detective tries to solve his father’s sudden death by recreating the crime with the help of the police and actors. The soul of Hamlet’s father has approached him and revealed that Claudius, Hamlet’s uncle, has murdered him. For this reason Hamlet the Detective arranges a recreation of the crime scene to be shown in front of his uncle, Claudius and his mother, Gertrude. This way he would be able to examine their reactions and the grade of Claudius’s guiltiness as well as find out about the trustworthiness of his father’s soul.

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          • Hamlet Sock Puppet Skit

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            from Drew Forsey / Added

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            Short version of Shakespeare's Hamlet with Sock Puppets. This was a school project for English 4. We threw up a makeshift green screen and filmed it in an hour.

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            • Gertrude: Cat or Dog?

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              from Allyson Boggess / Added

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              I'm beginning to wonder.

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              • Interview with Abuela Jeter - July 2011

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                Gertrude Elizabeth Jeter Nov. 22, 1911 – Jan. 15, 2013 Gertrude Elizabeth Dudte, 101, was born Nov. 22, 1911, in Harvey County, Kan. to John Lewis Dudte and Anna Tangemann Dudte. She passed away Jan. 15, 2013, at Ozark Riverview Manor in Ozark, Mo. She gave her life to her Lord Jesus Christ at an early age and consistently served Him until her death. While in high school, she won several state awards for her shorthand and bookkeeping skills. After graduating from Newton High School, she worked at a local bank and served in her home church until she went to Enid, Okla. to enroll in Southwestern Bible School. While at Southwestern, she served as secretary to President P.C. Nelson. She graduated in 1936 after simultaneously being a student and a part-time instructor in typing and shorthand. Later, she was called to Springfield, Mo., where she served as secretary to Assemblies of God Foreign Missions Department Director, Noel Perkin. Her time in Missouri was cut short, however, when she contracted typhoid fever and came close to death. She was prayed for and God intervened, raising her up from her deathbed, but she had to return to Kansas for an extended time of recuperation. In 1941, after a long period of correspondence, Gertrude married Hugh Jeter, of Oklahoma City, Okla., who was a widowed missionary in Peru. Soon after their marriage, they departed the United States and went to Cuba to engage in missionary ministry. They remained there until 1952, during which time four boys were born to them: Stanley, Robert, and twins Donald and Douglas. Their daughter, Betty, was born later in Springfield, Mo. After their time in Cuba, Gertrude and her family spent nearly a year in missionary ministry in Spain, and then moved to Tangier, Morocco, where they continued in missionary work until 1958. Returning to the United States, the Jeters moved to Waxahachie, where she worked as a bookkeeper while her husband served on the faculty at Southwestern Assemblies of God Bible College, later re-named Southwestern Assemblies of God University. They were members of University Assembly of God where she was organist. In 1977, the Jeters retired from Southwestern and moved to Arizona, where they had similar ministry at Southern Arizona Bible College, a Hispanic college, in Hereford, Arizona, for 10 years. After her husband’s death in 2004, Gertrude continued to live in Waxahachie for several years, and then moved to Virginia Beach, Va., to live with her eldest son, Stanley, and his family in their home. They lovingly cared for her until November of 2012, when she moved to a nursing home facility in Ozark, Mo. She was a blessing everywhere she lived and continued to touch lives with her loving, gentle spirit until the end. Gertrude was preceded in death by her husband, Hugh P. Jeter. She is survived by her children: Stan and his wife, Rhoda of Virginia Beach, Va., Robert and his wife, Linda of Waxahachie, Don and his wife, Cyndie of Springfield, Mo., Doug and his wife, Raynan of Ozark, Mo., and Betty and her husband, Robby Jernigan of Marshfield, Mo. She is also survived by 17 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren, as well as siblings Harry Dudte, Dorothy Unruh, and Jessie Allen, of Newton, Kan., and Elsie Johnson of Maple Valley, Wash. She has many nieces and nephews who love and admire their Aunt Gertrude, and a host of fellow-workers and friends she has touched throughout her long and fruitful life. A visitation will be held at Waxahachie Funeral Home from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19. A memorial service will be held at University Assembly of God, 221 Solon Road, Waxahachie, at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. Interment will follow at Lakeview Cemetery. A scholarship fund was set up at Southwestern Assemblies of God University following Mr. Jeter’s death in 2004, and memorials may be made to the Hugh P. Jeter Missions Scholarship Fund, 1200 Sycamore, Waxahachie, TX 75165, in Mrs. Jeter’s honor. (Phone 972-937-4010) Arrangements are under the direction of Waxahachie Funeral Home. Sign the online guestbook at www.waxahachiefuneralhome.com

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                • Hamlet

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                  This is a VERY rough interpretation of Shakespeare's Hamlet

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                  • FoG have a show...

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                    from Friends of Gertrude / Added

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                    Spread the word - Friends of Gertrude have a show. Actually, three of them. Friday 9pm on 12/3, 12/10, and 12/17 at improvBoston in Central Square. All new material and a video premier. tickets - http://tinyurl.com/35ormrn

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                    • GERTRUDE - LA Gear: "Stick and Move"

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                      GERTRUDE - LA Gear: "Stick and Move" The fight continues at http://www.TheBattleForThe2008ies.com

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