1. Viet Nam The World Tour brings El Mac to Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. Mac shares with us his personal inspiration for creating art and along the way, we get to see Mac doing what he does best at a live event, painting in a completely new style that can only be seen in Viet Nam!

    Special thanks:
    Elise Butt for editing this wonderful piece.

    VNTWT.COM.

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  2. Created by Tina Meeks. In video, a reflection is a short video that represents you. You are the subject and the narrator and the video gives the viewer a close look at how you would like to represent yourself. The camera is like a mirror, but you get to design how it reflects you.

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  3. I've never done a weekend project before and I only had a couple of hours today but I wanted to try to make something anyway to get in the habit of doing this. I'd like to start doing these more regularly.

    This is a little overly sentimental, oops :).

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  4. In 1968 Roger Smith ate a peach during a break from work. When he was finished he took out a pocketknife and began carving the peach pit into a tiny pig. 43 years later the retired meter reader and cattle rancher from Culloeka, Tennessee has carved hundreds of peach seeds into hummingbirds, stingrays, gospel choirs, entire villages, even a baseball stadium with 100+ figures. “Given enough time,” says Smith, “I don’t think there is anything you can’t make out of a peach seed.”

    Roger Smith’s unique art, inspiring talent, and fascinating life are the subject of a short (11 minute) documentary by filmmaker Stewart Copeland. The explores Smith’s process as well as his inspirations and presents a thoughtful portrait of a self-taught artist who’s distinctive art is as much a part of his rural Southern landscape as it is a reflection of it.

    Roger Smith has been featured in the books TRADITION: TENNESSEE LIVES AND LEGACIES by Robert Cogswell and WEIRD TENNEESSEE by Roger Manley. His peach seed Santa Claus was selected as one of the ornaments of the White House Christmas Tree.

    Stewart Copeland is a documentary filmmaker from Tennessee. His films have played nationally and internationally, including The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Atlanta International Film Festival, an extended international tour with the Rural Route Film Festival and national broadcasts on POV and The Documentary Channel. Stewart is also the recipient of the prestigious Individual Artist Fellowship through the Tennessee Arts Commission. His last two documentaries were JENNIFER and LET YOUR FEET DO THE TALKIN', both films are available through the Grammy Award Winning label Dust-To-Digital. stewstew.com

    directed and produced by
    STEWART COPELAND

    associate producers
    BRUCE TAYLOR
    KYLE COPELAND
    DAVID COMBS
    MARY COMBS

    photographed by
    CODY STOKES
    STEWART COPELAND

    music by
    KYLE COPELAND

    sound by
    ALICIA BOGNANNO

    color by
    DAVID POAG

    interview audio mixed by
    SAM KRUTZ

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  5. This is an autobiographical video I created for my videography class.

    It was shot using both video, and still images from the Canon 5D Mark II.

    I was inspired by Magnus Engsfors' "Suddenly".

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Reflections

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In video, a reflection is a short video that represents you. You are the subject and the narrator and the video gives the viewer a close look at how you would like to represent yourself. The camera is like a mirror, but you get to design how it reflects you.

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