Documentary Film

  1. Donna Brass discusses the drive to create.
    Like Donna on Facebook facebook.com/TheDonnaBrass

    Part one of series: Making Art vimeo.com/channels/makingart
    Texture vimeo.com/26558589
    Dialogue vimeo.com/35613468
    Pressure vimeo.com/36471606
    Imagination vimeo.com/37391181
    Constraints vimeo.com/38478095
    Light vimeo.com/39175950
    Effect vimeo.com/46189622
    Fantasy vimeo.com/61361236

    Music courtesy of Kevin Macleod

    I have always been close with my family but I was surprised by how much I learned during this brief interview. Not just about my mother but about myself and the compulsive/creative behaviors I possess. When my wife saw this she said "that's you."

    Winner of the "Handmade Portraits" Weekend Project
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    More about Donna Brass at donnabrass.net/wordpress/

    The major influence on Donna Brass’ artistic direction came to her in the person of Xavier Ironside, a renowned Knoxville painter. He introduced her to watercolor, it’s transparent quality offering more creative potential than the opaque paints Donna was using. Driving country roads, Donna Brass takes many photographs, both to record initial impressions of all subject possibilities and also to jog her memory of specific detail.

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  2. WWW: miroremo.com/arsy-versy
    FB: facebook.com/pages/Arsy-Versy/186186673397
    Director's FB: facebook.com/filmarik
    Arsy-Versy is the life story of a mother and her son Lubos, who turned the world upside down. Lubos escaped the world of people to live symbiotically with nature. He flew away to a planet where only butterflies live – intelligent beings. Lubos invested his life’s energy combined with his unbelievable empathy into his amateur photograph and film creations. His greatest fascination with nature was the unique study of bats. He attempted to maximize the understanding between human and animal by expressing his fascination for this upside down being. His biggest support in his wanderings, as well as in all areas of his life, was his mother. Lubos’ mother, however, is 70 years old and worries about the future of her son. “What will happen with that kid?” she asks. People who ‘knew him’ thought Lubos was crazy, but only until they saw the film upside down. Now they feel like the crazy ones!

    Director: Miro Remo
    Director of photography: Jaro Vaľko
    Screenplay: Miro Remo
    Edit: Marek Kráľovský
    Sound: Lukáš Kasprzyk
    Production: Barbara Hessová
    Supervision: Vlado Balco
    Music: Richard Strauss

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  3. Rocky Braat, a young man from a fractured family and a troubled past, went traveling through India without a plan. Then he met a group of HIV positive children living in an orphanage -- a meeting that changed everything for him.

    Rocky left his life, friends, and career in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to live with the kids. Steve Hoover, his best friend and filmmaker, was unsettled and intrigued by this drastic action. In an effort to find out what compelled Rocky to give up every source of stability in his life, Hoover decided to trace Rocky's story, following him to India.

    He witnessed Rocky and the kids endure disease, abject poverty, and death. But, strangest of all, in the midst of these troubles, he also saw their deep joy. And he came to understand why Rocky had given up everything he had to experience it.

    'Blood Brother' is a story of friendship. It's a story of a life, stripped down to its essence. Most of all, it is a story about love, enduring in the face of death.

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    Questions About Hosting a Screening? bloodbrother@tugginc.com

    Facebook: facebook.com/bloodbrotherfilm
    Twitter: twitter.com/bloodbrotherdoc
    LIGHT: givethemlight.org
    Contact: info@bloodbrotherfilm.com

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  4. David Wolff shares his philosophies and motivations in regard to his work.

    Part two of series: Making Art vimeo.com/channels/makingart
    Texture vimeo.com/26558589
    Dialogue vimeo.com/35613468
    Pressure vimeo.com/36471606
    Imagination vimeo.com/37391181
    Constraints vimeo.com/38478095
    Light vimeo.com/39175950
    Effect vimeo.com/46189622
    Fantasy vimeo.com/61361236

    Music courtesy of Kevin Macleod

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  5. This is the result of 6 years of hard work and sacrifice from all the "Ghana una sonrisa" members.
    I had the chance to visit the orphanages a few months ago.

    English/Spanish version.

    Film by Marc Morera (marcmorera.com)
    Translated by Sarah E. Sagué

    Canon 7D.

    Music.
    Loscil: Charlie & Mistral
    Brian Eno: Always returning
    Angelo Badalamenti: Lauren's walking
    The Cinematic orchestra: That home

    All images registered.

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