WNMU New Media iDEA lab

  1. A film by Peter Bill

    Sponsored by the
    Grant County
    Trails Group

    Made possible by
    Community Enhancement Fund
    Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation
    and Grant County Community Health Council

    Walking trails has always been important to me. From growing up walking old Quinnipiac trails back in Connecticut, to Hiking in the Boy scouts and at Reed College in Oregon- I think I came to understand who I am on a trail. I am not a fast walker, I always stop to smell the roses or watch the clouds. A few years back I had complications from surgery, and one and half of my two lungs collapsed! Slowly I rehabilitated, going for long walks, first on the flats, then venturing into the hills. Gradually my lungs got stronger, and my strength returned. Fast or slow, walking helps you think, and keeps you healthy.

    Part of my notion of how I teach is the metaphor of walking a trail. I am walking down an intellectual path with my students- I am not leading them like a shepherd- it is more we are following the same way in concert, and along the route we stop and talk about where we are going and where the different paths might lead.

    When Claire came to me with a notion of making a film about walking trails in Grant County, I jumped at the opportunity. Walking a trail is a thoughtful exercise. Our society needs to thoughtfully imagine a better future, and what path we need to get there.

    Professor Peter Bill, artist and film maker

    Narrated by
    Raul Turrieta

    Community Interviews
    Jessa Tumposky
    Axan Sanchez
    Julian Sanchez
    Chispa the dog
    Eric Eng
    Jamie Thomson
    Ben Williams
    Chris Schlabach
    Raul Turrieta
    Serrina Turrieta
    Kelly Osuna
    Isa Lee
    Theodore Muñiz
    Dr. Joseph Shepard

    Anna Davis

    Timelapse and Production assistants:
    Junchen Huang, Cedric Hayes, Jacquie Nichols, Ali Jensen

    Our thanks to:

    Freeport McMoRan, Town of Silver City;
    WNMU; iDEAlab, U.S. Forest Service/Gila National Forest,
    and all promoters of trails and open space–
    and supporters of healthy outdoor activities.

    In Memoriam
    Harry the dog

    # vimeo.com/67510037 Uploaded 4,652 Plays 0 Comments
  2. A documentary film of the Mimbres Region Arts Council Youth Mural Program in Silver City, New Mexico.
    The program assist youth to get involve with the local community to do magnificent mural projects throughout Silver City, NM. All murals are designed by local youth who are talented and willing to make a difference in this community.

    "The River" Kenny Tudric

    Special thanks to
    Diana Ingalls Leyba
    Faye McCalmont
    Buck Burns
    Kathryn Allen
    Karen Carr
    Zoe Wolfe
    Janey Katz
    Alex Brown
    Lee Gruber
    Allyson Siwik
    Patrick Conlin
    Alison Philips
    Denali Burke
    Ajalaa Claussen
    Mural YCC Crew Members

    Mimbres Region Arts Council
    Syzygy Tiles
    iDEA Lab

    # vimeo.com/66116783 Uploaded 285 Plays 0 Comments
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  5. By Mikayla Pena

    # vimeo.com/65263213 Uploaded 43 Plays 1 Comment

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    A short nature film showcasing the expansive Gila Forest/Wilderness. In hopes to raise awareness for its current fight against the plans of a dam diversion. Critical to the state of the drought; in the American Southwest.

    #SaveTheGila #Conservation

    by Freelance Films

  • peter bill

    i want at least a rough cut, with FPO text, and a notion of how you are going to split up the work by mondays class...

    by peter bill

  • peter bill

    hey guys-
    i would like over the weekend for you to work on jaime's infomercial-
    after getting a SHORT (<3min) edit, synching the audio, you will need to strategize the infographics, and titles....

    by peter bill

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