1. THE OX is a portrait of master woodworker Eric Hollenbeck.

    SHOW YOUR SUPPORT:

    Eric & Viviana Hollenbeck
    Blue Ox Mill and School
    1 X St.
    Eureka, CA 95501
    Phone: 707-444-3437
    blueoxmill.com
    eric@blueoxmill.com

    FOLLOW twitter.com/breakwaterstud // facebook.com/BreakwaterStudios
    VISIT breakwaterstudios.com // blueoxmill.com
    WATCH ink&paper - another craftsman doc by Ben Proudfoot - vimeo.com/33359230

    Directed by Ben Proudfoot
    @bgproudfoot
    ben@benproudfoot.com
    breakwaterstudios.com

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  2. Directed by Ben Proudfoot
    ben@benproudfoot.com

    Original Music by Kyle Malkin
    Sound Design & Mix by David Bolen

    Show your support:

    Aardvark Letterpress
    2500 West 7th Street
    Los Angeles, CA
    (213) 388-2271
    aardvarkletterpress.com/

    McManus & Morgan Paper
    2506 West 7th Street
    Los Angeles, CA
    (213) 387-4433
    mcmanusmorgan.com

    © 2011 Breakwater Studios Ltd.

    dinnerwithfred.com
    Kyle Malkin: kylemalkin.com
    David Bolen: youtube.com/everythingfilm

    # vimeo.com/33359230 Uploaded 129K Plays 90 Comments
  3. The Encounter Collection by Stephen Kenn explores the significant act of passing an object on from one generation to the next. It is in this exchange, accompanied by words of wisdom, that a boy is often called to a life of courage. While aware that everyone's life experience is unique, and often painful, this film focuses on the experience of a boy losing his father and yet retaining the love and passion that was intended for him.

    Stephenkenn.com
    ProcessCreative.tv

    DISCIPLINES
    Creative Development: Process Creative and Stephen Kenn
    Ideation
    Direction
    Production
    Cinematography
    Editorial

    Music Curation: Ryan Taubert
    Sound Design: White Noise Lab
    Color: Matt Fezz
    Letter and Voice Over: James Watson
    Young Boy: Bradley Aiello
    Boy: Lucas Aiello

    # vimeo.com/78468485 Uploaded 267K Plays 175 Comments
  4. We really appreciate all of the support from the Vimeo community. You are amazing people. Special thanks to the Vimeo Staff for the staff pick and support. This all helps Alonzo keep doing what he does best. You can learn more about Alonzo Clemons' work at alonzoclemons.com

    When he was a toddler, Alonzo Clemons suffered a brain injury. It forever changed the way he learns and communicates but also the way he interprets the world around him. Very early it became clear to Alonzo that he had to sculpt. He was institutionalized for ten years in a state hospital which wasn't a pleasant experience, but he continued to find ways to make delicate figures with his hands. When they wouldn't give him clay, he would scrape warm tar from the parking lot.

    Despite his limitations Alonzo continues to sculpt outside of Boulder, Colorado.

    The film was produced in partnership with What I Thought I Saw, a photo-story traveling exhibit and book that tells stories of people we may have otherwise over-looked.

    Director of Photography: Travis Pitcher
    Directed by Joseph LeBaron
    Additional shooters, Johua Brandt and Micah Dahl Anderson
    Sound Capture by Micah Dahl Anderson
    Song licensed from Kishi Bashi, "I Am The AntiChrist" kishibashi.com/

    Thank you to whatithoughtisaw.org for production assistance
    To see a new great story every week visit videowest.kuer.org/

    # vimeo.com/68863716 Uploaded 52.7K Plays 61 Comments
  5. Jim Rodgers is in the world's oldest profession, doing business the 'old school' way.

    In fact, Jim likes everything old, except his women.

    Kilgore, TX.

    A Meet Me Here film by Lucid Inc.
    lucidinc.com/meetmehere
    facebook.com/LucidInc
    twitter.com/todayislucid

    # vimeo.com/77092551 Uploaded 136K Plays 40 Comments

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