1. This short documentary features Scott Braithwait, co-officer of Brigham Young University's Students for International Development, as he prepare for 2013 Hunger Banquet and delivers the closing remarks.

    Directed by Scott Raia

    Featuring:
    Scott Braithwait
    Chloe Lichfield
    Samira Harnish

    Special Thanks:
    Ira and Mary Lou Fulton
    Professor Brad Barber
    Carly Christiansen
    Women of the World
    Brigham Young University Media Arts Department
    Students for International Development
    BYU Women's Chorus

    Copyright 2013, all rights reserved

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  2. Greg Coy tells me the story about how he went to the Sahara and we take a train while he gives me even more details. This was shot and uploaded for my documentary class at BYU.

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  3. A cow and a shark battle it out in the ultimate Halloween pumpkin carving competition.

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  4. A short documentary going over the process of intaglio printmaking and art.

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  5. At Brigham Young University, the Air Force ROTC works hard to keep in shape and learn leadership skills. Cadet Jacques exemplifies what it means to keep trying, even when facing difficult circumstances.

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A BYU Documentary Class--TMA 273 Digital Storytelling

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This channel features select Brigham Young University student documentaries from TMA 273: Digital Storytelling. In this class we focus on the digital storytelling process from conceptualization to production to new forms of distribution. Through exercises,…


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This channel features select Brigham Young University student documentaries from TMA 273: Digital Storytelling. In this class we focus on the digital storytelling process from conceptualization to production to new forms of distribution. Through exercises, discussion, and production using a variety of styles, we explore how to tell non-fiction stories with an ever-evolving range of new media tools. What you'll see here are the finished products, which each student developed, shot, edited, and directed, experimenting with storytelling methods and ways of communicating. In other words, we're excitedly trying things out here--sometimes it will work, sometimes it won't. Ultimately, we're interested in becoming good storytellers and telling great stories; so please enjoy--your feedback is appreciated.

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