1. After the Rain: Japan a Year Later (featuring Scott Stapp, lead singer of Creed)

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    from Alexander Harris Added 283 2 0

    This is a video I shot, directed and edited for musician Scott Stapp (lead singer of band Creed) back in March. Amazing experience, and shows that there is still so much to be done in the areas hit by the March 11th tsunami.

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    • A Moment in Japan

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      from Mark Ruhsam Added 15 0 0

      Dedicated to the victims and families of the Tohoku Earthquake. Music: Glósóli by Sigur Rós

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      • Aveugle

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        from Tomodachi Added 154 0 0

        Film réalisé dans le cadre du DUT SRC. 2011

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        • Black & White ~ Omega Rhythm -Uplift spice By Tomodachi. (feat Aya).

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          from Tomodachi Added 1,182 1 0

          Une nouvelle video plus avancée de la reprise d'uplift spice toujours en essayant e faire quelque chose de différent mais qui reste très proche du clip original.

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          • Building the TOMODACHI Generation

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            Building the TOMODACHI Generation is a ground-breaking, two-week program designed by The Washington Center, for Japanese students with an interest in leadership training, cross-cultural exchanges and entrepreneurial approaches to addressing social challenges. Throughout this program students will develop leadership skills and build friendships with their U.S. counterparts.

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            • Camp Zama FTS Supports Operation Tomodachi

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              from Robert Greenberg Added 72 0 1

              Ervin Lawrence, the Camp Zama FTS rises to the occasion in support of Operation Tomodachi.

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              • Caution

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                from Tomodachi Added 35 0 0

                No comment ! pour limiter la casse. :)

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                • Compression JPEG

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                  from Tomodachi Added 101 0 0

                  Vidéo explicative réaliser en DUT SRC dans le cadre d'un travail interne. cette vidéo a nécessité -Adobe premiere Pro. -Adobe after effect.

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                  • Corto tmm2

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                    • Event 9: Building the TOMODACHI Generation: Engaging U.S. and Japanese University Students in Social Problem-Solving

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                      from U.S.-Japan Research Institute Added 111 0 0

                      Date and Time Feb. 28 (Fri.) 10:00am-12:00pm Venue Ambassador Room, The Embassy Row Hotel 2015 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington DC 20036 Abstract Presentations by international teams of Japanese and American participants of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation program. Teams will propose civil-society based projects to address the challenges faced in the Tohoku Region. Winning project teams will travel to Japan to continue their partnership with a service project in Tohoku. This program is generously supported by the TOMODACHI Fund for Exchanges donors, Mitsubishi Corporation, Toyota Motor Corporation, and Hitachi Ltd., as well as Morgan Stanley. The two-week Building the TOMODACHI Generation civic engagement program will bring 16 college students from top Japanese universities to Washington, DC from February 15, 2014 to March 1, 2014. The Japanese students will join 12 American peers for a robust leadership-based curriculum that enhances students’ understanding of the principles, challenges and potential of civil society. Judges Edson Mori, Senior Investment Officer, Inter-American Development Bank Michael B. Smith, President, The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars Katsuichi Uchida, President, U.S.-Japan Research Institute / Vice President, Waseda University Co-host by U.S.-Japan Council / The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars Organized by: U.S.-Japan Research Institute (USJI)

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