1. 3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets - SFIFF58 Trailer


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    Director: Marc Silver The “loud music” murder trial of Michael Dunn — a middle-aged white Floridian who in 2012 fired his gun into a car carrying four unarmed Black teens, killing Jordan Davis — is the utterly timely subject of Marc Silver’s discerning and deeply stirring documentary. Silver never over-dramatizes but rather humanizes the event, powerfully pinpointing the essentials in a sensational news story, while chronicling its role in a reenergized civil rights movement.

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    • Who is Dayani Cristal? - Q&A with Director Marc Silver


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      A man's body is found in the blistering heat of the Arizona desert with the words Dayani Cristal tattooed across his chest. With no identification the tattoo is the only clue to his identity. This area of Arizona, known as the 'Corridor of Death' is now the deadliest crossing point from Mexico into the US. Director Marc Silver and Gael Garcia Bernal, embedded with migrants, attempt to retrace the man's steps, travelling across Central America they learn the perils that confront so many seeking a better life. Who is Dayani Cristal? is the story of one man's attempt at a better life and how one life becomes testimony to the tragic results of the US war on immigration. Winner: Best Cinematography in Documentary, Sundance Film Festival Official Selection: Hot Docs, 2013 Official Selection: New York Film Festival, 2013 Director Marc Silver joined us at the Rich Mix for a Q&A after the film. Marc Silver's rich portfolio includes documentaries, concert visuals, art installations and branding. He has created content for the BBC, Channel 4, The Guardian, The New York Times, Amnesty International, UNICEF and The Global Fund and collaborated with artists such as Gael Garcia Bernal, Nitin Sawhney, Michael Nyman, Jamie Cullum, Ben Okri, Matthew Herbert and Cirque Du Soleil.

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      • Clip: Who Is Dayani Cristal?


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        After one migrant finds himself in a deadly stretch of Arizona desert known as “the corridor of death,” his life becomes testimony to the tragic results of the U.S. war on immigration.

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        • Insights Into Cancer May 11, 2010


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          Confessions of a Cancer Husband: The Things Guys Get Wrong — And What They Should Do Instead Marc Silver

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          • Who is Dayani Cristal?


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            documentary more info at: pauestevebirba.com

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            • Bell X1 -Starlings Over Brighton Pier


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              From The Album Chop Chop. In Stores June 28th 2013 Murmurations: Marc Silver Editing: Conor Jacob & Brian Kenny

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              • Journey to the Heart of the Man


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                In 1998, I went to an event that changed my life. You'll hear many people say this, but for me it was a series of firsts... I went to the Burning Man Festival with a couple of friends.

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                • Marc Silver/Today Show Appearance for Breast Cancer Husband


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                  My wife and I talk about the plight of a breast cancer husband.

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                  • Burning Man - Community or Chaos? (Channel 4 2000)


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                    Broadcast on Channel 4 this was one of the first documentary films about the relevance of the now infamous Burning Man festival held annually on an ancient lake-bed in the desert of Nevada, USA. The film explores the thin line between community and chaos, collective creativity and individualism, and ultimately our innate desires for freedom. The Burning Man Festival has grown from a small group of people gathering spontaneously to a community of over 48,000 people. There are no rules about how one must behave or express oneself at this event - rather, it is up to each participant to decide how they will contribute and what they will give to this community. By the time the event is completed and the volunteers leave, there will be no trace of the city that was. Art is an unavoidable part of this experience, and in fact, is such a part of the experience that Larry Harvey, founder of the Burning Man Project, gives a theme to each year, to encourage a common bond to help tie each individual’s contribution together in a meaningful way. Participants are encouraged to find a way to help make the theme come alive, whether it is through a large-scale art installation, a theme camp, gifts brought to be given to other individuals, costumes, or any other medium that one chooses.

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                    • Tree Changing | Fall Colors


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                      Time lapse photography of one large tree changing colors during the month of October in our backyard. Music by Marc Silver & The Stonethrowers

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