1. A Walk Worthwhile


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    Final Exam Theatre Arts Studies 2015 Working Title: „Fifty shades of procházka“ Dobře placená procházka is a Czech musical and film. Director: Lukáš Pečenka, Vlasta Žehrová Running time: 1h 29m Music composed by: Jiří Šlitr Story by: Jiří Suchý, Jiří Šlitr Cast Vanilka: Aneta Novotná, Eliška Königsmarková, Monika Jedličková Aunt: Marcela Laurinová, Noemi Krieglerová, Kateřina Holubová Postman: Lukáš Jabůrek Lawyert: Marek Hofman (student 2.ročníku) Uli: Jan Jech (student 1.ročníku) Off-stage: Lucie Anna Zatloukalová, Natálie Vyhlídalová, Simona Černá

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      La vida de Jesús Martínez dio un giro inesperado cuando a sus 21 años de edad perdió el 100% de su visión. El cambio de vida fue muy duro por el hecho de haber visto alguna vez y luego perder la visión por completo. Con el pasar de los años Jesús aprendió a vivir con esta discapacidad, y encontró en la música un pasatiempo que lo ha llevado ver la vida de una forma distinta y con otros ojos. Para Martínez la música se ha vuelto su vida y su mayor pasatiempo.

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      • City of Generations Pilot


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        One in three San Francisco residents you see today is Asian. Due to language and cultural barriers, many of them face not only struggles from cultural assimilation, but the fundamental need for a job, health care, education and more. This story is about Asian immigrants in the City of Generations.

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        • travisd. art


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          A short documentary film about artist Travisd. Simmons. Director and editor: Me Director of photography: Michaela Leung Music: "Carefree" by Kevin MacLeod Shot on a Canon Rebel SL1

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          • "Playing for Change" and the Power of Music


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            In this 2008 segment from Bill Moyers Journal, Bill talks with Mark Johnson, the producer of “Playing for Change,” a documentary about the simple but transformative power of music. In this clip from the film, singers from around the world perform Ben E. King’s “Stand by Me,” and then Bill interviews filmmaker Mark Johnson. Access the full transcript at http://bit.ly/1bsWHLc.

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            • Overlook Marcel


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              "Credo che saremo considerati un secolo piuttosto superficiale e non avremo quella specie di aureola che ci diamo peraltro gioiosamente" Marcel Duchamp, 1966. Uno sguardo diverso su un grande artista. Un documentario realizzato in occasione dell'allestimento della mostra "Duchamp, Re-made in Italy" ospitata alla GNAM - Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna dall' 8 ottobre 2013 al 9 febbraio 2014, grazie alla partnership tra GNAM e RUFA - Rome University of Fine Arts. Un documentario di MOHAMED HOSSAMELDIN CECILIA MILZA Regia MOHAMED HOSSAMELDIN Fotografia MOHAMED HOSSAMELDIN MARIO RUSSO Aiuto Regia e Montaggio MIRIAM PALMARELLA Missaggio Audio FEDERICO LANDINI Fonico MARIO RUSSO Supervisore al progetto RAFFAELE SIMONGINI Coordinamento MARIA GIUSEPPINA DI MONTE FABIO MONGELLI

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              • Some Kind of Spark :60 Trailer


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                Some Kind of Spark is a feature-length documentary that follows five kids from the far reaches of New York City as they embark on a life-changing experience—the opportunity to study music in Juilliard’s Music Advancement Program (MAP), a Saturday outreach program for kids from communities that are underserved in the arts. Painting a deeply intimate portrait of the students’ lives and patiently allows them to tell their own stories, Some Kind of Spark illuminates the universal challenges faced by students and educators in communities worldwide regarding music education and the lack thereof. Spanning borders and ethnicities, gender and class, the film is uniquely positioned to quietly, but effectively, illuminate these pressing contemporary social issues. Throughout the course of the film, these kids go on a musical journey, both inspiring and very challenging. This is a new world for these children—many who have never even heard of Juilliard—and the demands are high, even for beginners. They come from the far corners of New York City, from Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn, Jackson Heights and The Bronx, making the long trek, at times taking hours, as they navigate the buses and subway trains through rain and snow to reach the school early every Saturday morning. There is a natural arc to the story as the film follows the kids through some of the most formative years of their lives—and in the early beginnings of their relationship with music and their teachers—over a 2-year span. In this time, each child has his/her own conflicts and hurdles to overcome—from a first recital and stage fright, to the demands of daily practice, to a lack of family resources. Ultimately, this is a film about transformation. It aims to serve as an inspiration for other programs across the nation to nurture two of our most valuable national treasures: our children and our musical heritage.

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                • Wood: A Family Affair


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                  Documentary film about a family of three generation loggers in Little Mountain, SC.

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                  • BURDLIFE PROMO


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                    • Going Places Documentary (Official Trailer)


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                      In this age of technology, music is being pushed to new boundaries and rapidly changing unlike ever before. Going Places takes viewers on a journey to experience music from the minds of the artists who are at the fore front of this evolution. The film examines the current state of contemporary dance and electronic music, the culture and discusses the undiscovered territories of where it's headed. http://www.goingplacesdocumentary.com "Why" We are passionate about capturing this moment in time where music and technology have merged, giving birth to new sounds and industries that have never been created or heard before. In this digital world, we are fascinated with the capabilities of creating and distributing music all on your own. Music is fusing together in a bright spectrum of new genres and subcultures. We are committed to telling the story of this evolution as we have seen it develop over the past 2 decades from first hand perspectives of the artists that have been shaping and defining the culture of electronic and dance music.

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