1. Tendenko - Surviving the Tsunami

    24:32

    from Don Productions / Added

    704 Plays / / 0 Comments

    Directors: Donald Harding, Ben Harding Assistant Producer: Riwa Komatsubara Broadcaster: Al Jazeera English We ask if a code promoting self-preservation in a tsunami could account for one Japanese community's high survival rate.

    + More details
    • Tsunami Survival Strategy Interview with Prof. Katada

      17:08

      from Don Productions / Added

      65 Plays / / 0 Comments

      Directors: Donald Harding, Ben Harding Assistant Producer: Riwa Komatsubara Editor: Kenji Oliveras Broadcaster: Al Jazeera English Al Jazeera talks to Professor Toshitaka Katada, a Japanese disaster management specialist.

      + More details
      • Desert Warriors

        02:00

        from Don Productions / Added

        92 Plays / / 0 Comments

        Director: Donald Harding Broadcaster: Discovery Channel

        + More details
        • The Invisible Poor

          05:51

          from Don Productions / Added

          30 Plays / / 0 Comments

          Written and Presented by Gary Younge. Produced, Filmed and Directed by Ben Harding and Donald Harding. Broadcaster: Guardian Online 23 Jan 2008: Gary Younge reports from Charleston, South Carolina, where he meets the people the presidential candidates are leaving behind: the poor. He finds for them the American Dream is too far out of reach.

          + More details
          • Obamamania: History or Hysteria?

            06:17

            from Don Productions / Added

            75 Plays / / 0 Comments

            Written and Presented by Gary Younge. Produced, Filmed and Directed by Ben Harding and Donald Harding. Broadcaster: Guardian Online 25 Jan 2008: On Martin Luther King day Gary Younge goes on the Obama trail in South Carolina to see whether his enthusiastic supporters are behind him for the right reasons.

            + More details
            • Wish You Weren't Here

              06:15

              from Don Productions / Added

              15 Plays / / 0 Comments

              Written and Presented by Gary Younge. Produced, Filmed and Directed by Ben Harding and Donald Harding. Broadcaster: Guardian Online 16 Jan 2008: The Guardian's Gary Younge visits South Carolina's Low Country, where immigration is the biggest issue for Republican voters.

              + More details
              • With God On Their Side

                05:03

                from Don Productions / Added

                8 Plays / / 0 Comments

                Written and Presented by Gary Younge. Produced, Filmed and Directed by Ben Harding and Donald Harding. Broadcaster: Guardian Online 14 Jan 2008: The Guardian's Gary Younge visits the most Republican county in South Carolina and finds out devout Christians have already decided who they'll vote for.

                + More details
                • The Embarrasing Uncle

                  04:30

                  from Don Productions / Added

                  13 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  Written and Presented by Gary Younge. Produced, Filmed and Directed by Ben Harding and Donald Harding. Broadcaster: Guaridan Online 18 Jan 2008: Mitt Romney's back in South Carolina after his win in Michigan and he's recalling the days of the 'great' republican presidents - although the Guardian's Gary Younge is wondering why one name is being left out.

                  + More details
                  • Salon Soundings

                    05:54

                    from Don Productions / Added

                    4 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    Written and Presented by Gary Younge. Produced, Filmed and Directed by Ben Harding and Donald Harding. 21 Jan 2008: Gary Younge visits a barber shop and beauty salons in Charleston, South Carolina, to find out how big a role race and gender will play in the impending Democratic primary.

                    + More details
                    • MLK

                      05:21

                      from donald harding / Added

                      263 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      Political speeches have an intellectual and emotional capacity to inspire action. Leaders crystallise the demands of a movement with their oration, inspiring their followers to act. Is it the musicality in the voice of the orator that gives political speech its emotional force? Can certain elements be isolated, the meaning from the music, the voice from the politics? In “MLK”, Harding trans-codes Martin Luther King’s famous speech and renders it into a piece of music. The audio of the speech is processed into a musical instrument digital interface (MIDI) file and then this trans-coded data is arranged into a musical score played by eight stringed instruments from violin to double bass. Stripped of its literal sense, the oration of the civil rights leader becomes an aural abstraction of the original and the viewer is compelled to find new meaning in his words and in the film of the event itself.

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?

                      Tags

                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."