1. We Are D3

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    from Kurt Kolaja Added

    Shot on the campus of Washington College in Chestertown, MD this film spends a season with the overlooked athletes of Division III - specifically the men's basketball team. These student athletes are not going to turn pro, they don't get on TV, they receive not scholarship money to play the game. They do it simply because the want to. The run, and sweat, and hear it from the coach. They get banged up. Ankles roll. One guy looses his front teeth. Some of them endure this for four years yet seldom get in a game. These guys would have it no other way. After it is all said and done they leave college with a diploma and enough memories to fill an arena.

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    • Hard Work & Family: A JuCo Story

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      from ImagineMotion Productions Added

      You are a first year college basketball head coach. You have no gym. You have no returning players. Not a single winning season in school history. That’s not a recipe for winning a single game, let alone qualifying for a berth in the Junior College National Championship Tournament. Yet, this is exactly what Preston Beverly and the Lincoln College of New England team did this season. LCNE is a two-year Junior College (NJCAA Division III) that has essentially built a basketball program overnight. In his first year at the helm, Coach Beverly took on the task of recruiting a group of overlooked players to play at a tiny school in rural Connecticut with none of the usual selling points coaches employ in their arsenal - a state of the art facility, athletic scholarships, a tradition of winning. All he had was his reputation as a former D1 player at VMI and a vision of creating a winning system on the blank canvas of this program. From scheduling practice time at a local Boys and Girls Club to facing the challenge of gelling 14 disparate young men into a cohesive unit in just a few short months, Coach Beverly certainly had his hands full in his first season. “Hard Work and Family: A JuCo Story”, an all-access documentary short, immerses you into the hearts and minds of an unorthodox college basketball team. Fueled by grit, determination and a strong family ethic, they fight relentlessly for the school’s first national tournament win. While the rest of the country was caught up in the brackets and upsets of “March Madness”, this story gives voice and visibility to the widely ignored realm of JuCo basketball. More information on the Lincoln Men's Basketball Team https://www.njcaa.org/newsArticle.cfm?articleId=21191 www.imaginemotionproductions.com/ Follow us @_imaginemotion Original music by Elise Okusami

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      • Chimera

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        from Jeremy Brown Added 382 3 2

        Chimera is an Animated Mural created by Jeremy Brown and Harry Thompson. It was produced as a Division III thesis project at Hampshire College in 2008. Chimera uses multi-media compositing techniques and non-linear narrative to immerse the viewer in a world of dreams and fantasies. For more information, please visit http://www.off-planet.net/index.php?page=3d/chimera/index.html

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        • Film About Friends Intro

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          from Joe Fenstermaker Added 865 3 4

          Film About Friends portrays five Quakers in Western Mass from the Mt. Toby Quaker Meeting. This is the introduction to an hour long film shot on 16mm color sound sync. This is a Division III Thesis Documentary film at Hampshire College.

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          • AQUARIUM

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            from Kara Lyle Added 178 3 1

            My D3, in its most "resolved" state thus far. I think I should move on now. Thanks to Joe for the artist statement request (and the Vision II!), which I have included below along with a few excerpts from my retro paper, if you'd care to read on. Aquarium is a film composed of found materials and 16mm film. For me it is about pernicious or sinister inclinations that affect one's self, isolation, recursion and self-reference, illusions, and censoring of image. Within the realm of the film there are frequent shifts of environment and rearrangements of orientation that cannot easily be rationalized. on shooting and integrating my own footage: In a certain way, my decision to integrate my own 16mm film into the piece was spurred by my insecurity in using found imagery. However, I believe that the film requires the aesthetic and implications of a montage and collage style. The incorporation of my own film was another attempt to secure and solidify the thread and meaning of the film. While a lot of the material was later taken out, I did not regret the experience and captured many moments that unexpectedly found their place. I also thought the urban, ocean-oriented setting of Vancouver to be perfectly fitting, although many shots of the landscape were removed. on being a control freak: One manifestation of my attempts to assert my control over the path of the film was the insertion of intertitles containing enigmatic lines of text. This text was later taken out, which was difficult to do as I wanted to direct the film in a particular direction, and I felt that the introduction of language would be one of the most accessible ways to do so. I also experimented briefly with narration, but this fell short as well. ... After I removed all text from the film, I was forced to “trust my images”. I found myself becoming particularly intrigued by extreme close-ups, blurring, and censoring of not only the human face but text from source material and pieces of environment also.

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            • Bruin Basketball: A Season to Remember

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              from George Fox University Added 379 3 0

              Our women's basketball team is the embodiment of courage, camaraderie and spirit. They pushed past the bounds of the Northwest Conference, then worked tirelessly through the Sweet Sixteen and all the way to the Final Four in Grand Rapids, Mich., finishing the season ranked as one of the top teams in the nation. This is their story.

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              • Frances Crowe From Film About Friends

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                from Joe Fenstermaker Added 200 2 0

                This is a rough cut version of Frances Crowe's profile in Film about Friends a Division III Senior Thesis Film from Hampshire College. Please make comments about style, pacing and structure as this film is still being edited. Shot on 16mm color negative film with an Arri SR1 cinematography by: Joe Fenstermaker & Jeremy Felson

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                • Best Served Cold Trailer

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                  from Ewen Wright Added 1,499 2 3

                  Trailer for the movie Best Served Cold

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                  • We Are D3 trailer

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                    from Kurt Kolaja Added

                    Shot on the campus of Washington College in Chestertown, MD this film spends a season with the overlooked athletes of Division III - specifically the men's basketball team. These student athletes are not going to turn pro, they don't get on TV, they receive not scholarship money to play the game. They do it simply because the want to. The run, and sweat, and hear it from the coach. They get banged up. Ankles roll. One guy looses his front teeth. Some of them endure this for four years yet seldom get in a game. These guys would have it no other way. After it is all said and done they leave college with a diploma and enough memories to fill an arena.

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                    • 1st Fall Practice 2011

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                      from Sea Gull Lax Added 4,067 2 0

                      The Sea Gulls are back on campus with new additions and anxious to return to the field in preparation for the 2012 season!

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