1. Anatomy of a Linocut by Bill Fick

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    from Jim Haverkamp / Added

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    Printmaker Bill Fick (www.billfick.com) demonstrates his linoleum print process from beginning to end.

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    • Timelapse: Franklin Street after the victory

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      931 images were taken to create this timelapse of the chaos. This camera was set above the intersection of Franklin and Columbia on the rooftop of Spanky's restaurant.

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      • The Love Language - Heart to Tell

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        Director/Editor: Tim Kiernan (521studies.com) DP: Jason Arthurs (jasonarthurs.com)

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        • Franklin Street: The Celebration

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          Fans swarm Franklin Street to celebrate the Tar Heels' NCAA National Championship victory.

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          • First Kiss

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            What was yours like? Produced by Ariana van den Akker for UNC Narratives.

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            • Mandolin Orange - "The Train Song"

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              http://www.myspace.com/mandolinorange An all-around original folk duo from Chapel Hill, NC. Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz pair guitar, violin and mandolin to compliment alluring lyrics and seamless harmonies. “The duo’s voices and instruments fit alongside each other like Johnny and June Carter Cash … Mandolin Orange embodies the same backwoods lovebirds aesthetic” (DailyTarHeel). Their debut album, releasing in Spring 2010, reflects both the influence of traditional music on their contemporary style and the simplified, authentic recordings which make up the compilation. Their influences range from Cole Porter to Doris Day to Townes Van Zandt, but their sound is something charming and all its own. Filmed in Pittsboro, NC (2009)

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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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                • Yann Tiersen & Shannon Wright US Tour 2011 - Chapel Hill

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                  US tour video diary. Chapel Hill with Shannon Wright. Yann Tiersen - guitar, mandolin, keyboards, violin, vocals Robin Allender - guitar, vocals Stéphane Bouvier - bass, clarinet, vocals Ólavur Jákupsson - vocals, keyboards Lionel Laquerrière - keyboards, ukulele, vocals Neil Turpin - Drums Esteban Rey - tour manager Gareth Russell - backline technician Stephane Teynie - front of house Sylvain Theys - merchandise Greg Walker - Bus driver ThomR - video yanntiersen.com

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                  • When Walt Whitman Was a Little Girl

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                    (2012) "When Walt Whitman Was a Little Girl" tells the startling, unuttered truth about America's good gray poet. Starting out as an ordinary nine year old girl, Walt is soon catapulted into the world with her senses ablaze. Based on a prose poem by M.C. Biegner, the film mixes drama, dance, puppetry, and oddball humor to portray the world through the eyes of a "sensitive kid." Based on a prose poem by M.C. Biegner Adapted, Directed, and Edited by Jim Haverkamp Director of Photography: Alex Maness Featuring: Natalie Braun, Lormarev Jones, Carl Martin, Gina Kohler, James Morrow, Dan Partridge, Tom Marriott, Jay O'Berski, Brad Boll, Patrick Braun, Venson Mathews, and Don Henderson Baker Music by Actual Persons Living or Dead, Anders Parker, and Brian Weeks

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                    • Last Pack

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                      (2001) A paranoid tale that proves once and for all that quitters never win. Story by Paul Cardillo and Jim Haverkamp Directed, Shot & Edited by Jim Haverkamp

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