1. A Beautiful Waste

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    http://www.100gallons.org Most people don't spend their Saturday nights in New York's sewers. Steve Duncan isn't most people. Camera, Sound & Editing: Jon Kasbe Music: Keith Kenniff

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    • Mipso in Japan - Trailer

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      A young bluegrass band is well loved in their home state of North Carolina. Where do they go on their first tour? Japan. On a journey that blurs the cultural divide between East and West, three young musicians travel across the world to discover that the twang of the banjo needs no translation. While performing at a bluegrass festival, jamming with fiddle virtuosos, and touring by bullet train, the band finds that the traditions rooted in their home state have far-reaching branches. Full Documentary - https://vimeo.com/79488378 http://www.mipsomusic.com

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      • A Thin Line

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        As they navigate their senior year, three best friends and roommates attempt to tackle their body image issues. This first person documentary chronicles the thoughts and emotions that accompany their journey for self-acceptance and explores the complexities that surround eating disorders and insecurity. Video + Edit: Callaghan O'Hare -- http://www.callaghanohare.com/ -- mohare@live.unc.edu Morgan Smith -- http://www.morgannoellesmithphotography.com/ -- morgan7@live.unc.edu Special Thanks to: Christina Wall Madeline Gillon Warning: This video contains sensitive imagery, which may be considered a trigger for both those with and without a history of disordered eating. If you or someone you know is struggling with body image, there are many outlets for seeking help. Several UNC campus resources are listed below: UNC Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) James A. Taylor Building; Phone: 919-966-3658 UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders Neurosciences Hospital (First Floor); Phone: 919-966-7012 Antonia Hartley, UNC Clinical Nutritionist Specialist Phone: 919-966-2281 National Eating Disorder Association Information and referral helpline: 1-800-931-2237 www.nationaleatingdisorders.org

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        • Surviving Siblings

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          A personal story of three young women who have lost a brother or sister to cancer, suicide and an automobile accident. Each reflects on her experience, and how she carries it with her as she moves forward.

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          • 100 Gallons.org Trailer

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            http://www.100gallons.org From the moment we're born to the moment we die, water powers life. “100 Gallons” explores how our most critical resource goes far beyond traditional power. More than fossil fuels, commerce or industry, water powers life. Camera & Sound: Jon Kasbe, Joshua Davis Editing: Jon Kasbe Graphics: Kelly McHugh

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            • It's All The Same

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              From ranchers in Montana to teens in Chicago to coal miners in West Virginia, we're all fighting for the same things: our loved ones, our roots and our way of life. Amid a polarized struggle, we share more than we think. CREDITS Camera and sound by Caitlyn Greene, Jeff Mittelstadt, Catherine Orr, Mimi Schiffman and Catherine Spangler Editing by Caitlyn Greene Aerial Photography Team Director: Adolfo Doring Aerial Cinematographer: Michael Kelem Producer: Amanda Zackem Made possible by Appalachian Voices and the Wallace Global Fund

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              • Dr. Steven Wing

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                "Health Impacts of Radiation Release from Nuclear Facilities: Lessons Past and Present" HD, 31 min 41 sec, in English Dr. Steven Wing Gillings School of Global Public Health University of North Carolina Helen Caldicott Foundation "Symposium" The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Co-Sponsored by Physicians for Social Responsibility March 11th & 12th, 2013 New York City http://www.nuclearfreeplanet.org/symposium.html This video with No-Commercial is available at Vimeo. https://vimeo.com/album/2366337 Videographed & Edited by East River Films Inc 2013 All Rights Reserved, East River Films Inc

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                • Undocumented and Unafraid: A Portrait of an Activist

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                  A profile of Viridiana, an activist fighting for the passage of the DREAM Act during the Lame Duck session of the U.S. Congress in late 2010.

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                  • Life Reflected

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                    http://www.100gallons.org From the moment we're born to the moment we die, water powers life. “100 Gallons” explores how our most critical resource goes far beyond traditional power. More than fossil fuels, commerce or industry, water powers life. Camera & Sound: Jon Kasbe and Joshua Davis Additional Camera: Spencer Bakalar Editing: Jon Kasbe Graphics: Kelly McHugh Music: Keith Kenniff

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                    • Born Into Coal

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                      Coal queen pageant contestant Arianna Bailey competes for a crown to represent her family’s way of life. Former miner Goose Stewart lives with the memories of a mine explosion. One thing binds both families: coal. CREDITS Camera, sound & editing by Catherine Orr and Catherine Spangler Additional camera by Hadley Gustafson Graphics by Sarah Riazati SOURCES McAteer, J. Davitt, et al. Upper Big Branch, The April 5, 2010, explosion: a failure of basic coal mine safety practices, May 2011.

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