1. This is the trailer for Report from World 3: watch the feature documentary at vimeo.com/ondemand/reportfromworld3

    A documentary look at unresolved issues and missed chances in one third world country's struggle for independence and development. Forty years ago, filmmaker Mark Woodcock traveled across Algeria to record hopeful efforts at development in that newly independent country. Funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (but never released), the film challenged American audiences to look with fresh eyes at a part of the world few had visited. Now digitally enhanced and eerily relevant to today's headlines, Report from World 3 has aged well partly because many of the regional issues portrayed are sadly unresolved.

    Copyright © 2016 Mark Woodcock / Mark Woodcock Movies. All Rights Reserved.

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  2. This is the 30-minute Standard Edition -- you can stream the 61-minute Training Edition at vimeo.com/ondemand/36679

    I recorded this video at Denis Ponsot's watercolor seminar held in Clifden, County Galway, Ireland. Edited in 2014, in the Standard Edition we see Ponsot paint two watercolors -- one outside (en plein air) and the second from a sketch and photos taken on site. As he paints, this veteran artist demonstrates and explains key techniques, and critiques additional works by himself and the other participants. The video includes scenes of the beautiful Clifden surroundings which the group visits for inspiration and subject matter.

    While continuing to lead watercolor seminars, Denis Ponsot teaches at the School of Visual Arts and the Jewish Community Center in New York and at The Art League of Long Island. Learn more at facebook.com/denis.ponsot

    For an .flv file that may stream a bit faster on slow connections, go to youtu.be/60TTvCGppF0

    Copyright © 2015 Mark Woodcock / Mark Woodcock Movies. All Rights Reserved.

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  3. A short video promoting SEAS Westchester Basic Sailing class and membership -- made with a Canon G12 camera in an underwater housing and Adobe After Effects animation. Sign up for sailing classes at SEAS, a non-profit, all-volunteer club. More at westchester.sailseas.com/

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  4. Kinga Augustyn and Gregory Singer, Violinists, performing the Bach Double Concerto in D minor. The performance took place on Oct. 2, 2013 at The Coffee House, New York, on the occasion of a memorial celebration of the life of Jack Dierdorff.

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  5. A film I made in the late 1960s, inspired by Erik Erikson's class in college. The film was shot with help from friends, using a Bolex borrowed from Nick Macdonald, and later a converted Auricon from Leacock-Pennebaker, Inc., where I worked from 1967 to 1971. Locations include Cambridge, Mass., for the first three Eriksonian stages of development (Basic Trust vs. Basic Mistrust, Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt, and Initiative vs. Guilt) and at Co-Op City and the World Trade Center under construction in New York City.for Industry vs. Inferiority.
    More on Erik H. Erikson's theory of the stages of psychosocial development in his Childhood and Society and other works and at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erikson%...

    Copyright © 1968 Mark Woodcock / Mark Woodcock Movies. All Rights Reserved.

    A HiDef DVD version suitable for projection is available by contacting mark.woodcock.movies@gmail.com and requesting information on Terms & Conditions.

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Mark Woodcock Movies

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A repository and distribution channel for videos I have created since learning the digital interface in 2006 — and for digitized renderings of earlier analog films — mostly documentaries in the cinema-verité style. All my films and videos are copyrighted…


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A repository and distribution channel for videos I have created since learning the digital interface in 2006 — and for digitized renderings of earlier analog films — mostly documentaries in the cinema-verité style. All my films and videos are copyrighted by Mark Woodcock Movies, All Rights Reserved, with high resolution DVD copies of selected titles available for a fee upon request.

Biographical note at drive.google.com/open?id=0BxsxGn1jSmg6YXA1UFRsVEdkT00

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