1. Classified Civilian UFO Footage


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    A.A.F.F. Evidence #31 Digital Video Recording (Cell Phone) March 5, 2012 This video is currently confiscated and analyzed. It is registered as classified evidence of the ongoing investigation into the probability of a large scale class A.A.F.F. event in March 2012. _______________________________ Created for the Ann Arbor Film Festival / Mobile Shorts Contest / and as my version of an assignment for a class at The University of Michigan School of Art and Design (I was a guest lecturer about After Effects and wanted to show my version of the task assigned to the students by Professor/Artist David Chung) Created by Sharad Kant Patel Shot with an Iphone Edited in Final Cut Pro Special effects created in After Effects Featuring students in the University of Michigan Department of Musical Theater: Al Fallick, C.J. Eldred, Conor Guzman, Conor McGiffin

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    • The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth: Faces from Family Fun Day 6.23.13


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      Faces recorded in The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, an interactive and collaborative installation between filmmaker Donald Harrison (7 Cylinders Studio) and artist Tyree Guyton (The Heidelberg Project), as part of the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)'s Many Voices project. Participants were invited to peer into the booth during The Heidelberg Project's Family Fun Day in Detroit on June 23, 2013. Using a green screen and real-time chroma key VJ effects, each person watched their face transforming in unexpected ways on a video monitor. This piece represents a short, edited sample of what participants might have seen, mixed with music and additional footage from The Heidelberg Project. The music track is "Look at all the Smiling Faces" by Shigeto, provided courtesy of community license by Ghostly International. With The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, Harrison is collecting more than 100 permission-granted video portraits to include in a short video work that will be included in the Many Voices collection at UMMA, inspired by Tyree Guyton's painting titled "Ups and Downs". Included in the Video (hopefully in order of appearance - send corrections to donald[at]7cylinders.com): A) Chase Ben-Ezra; B) Koby Ben-Ezra; C) Reese Ben-Ezra; D) Ryan Goodman; E) Sam Goodman; F) Kim Goodman; G) Reg Flowers; H) Brooke Bass; Steve Ben-Ezra; Lalena Raymond Stevens; Leslie Raymond; Jason Stevens; J) Maximo Garcia; K) Amanda Schiavone; Susie Baity; L) Jillian Langlois; M) Andrew Edmonds; Gary Schwartz; N) Dominique Brown; O) Serenity Brown; P) Ryane Brown; Q) Mica Taylor; R) Joyce Woodiwiss; S) Bryon Richard Tackett; T) Charmayn Hickman; U) Mark Huff; V) Delshawna Jones; Tyree Guyton; Donald Harrison; X) Arthur Dennard; Y) Jamiella Davis; Z) Da'Jaih Hickman; A2) Marie Paxton; B2) Stacy Phipps; C2) Danielle Hassan; D2) Deborah LaViolette; E2) Erik Martinez; F2) Luis Herrera; G2) Delchris Jones; H2) Ayden Lehto; J2) Kelly Darke; L2) Jessyca Cocciolone

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      • "Limited Aesthetic" by Donald Harrison & Martin Thoburn


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        Created by Donald Harrison and Martin Thoburn*, featuring the voices of Fred Horowitz and Eli Neiburger. This video was inspired by the painting "White Front" by Josef Albers, on view at the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA), created for their Many Voices project. * This video includes an artists' statement interview after the credits, where Harrison and Thoburn briefly discuss their approach and ideas for the piece.

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        • "Many Voices" teaser


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          Special Event Many Voices Public Screening Monday, April 29, 7 pm Helmut Stern Auditorium More than a dozen members of our community—ages 14–59 and including high school and undergraduate UM students, recent UM graduates, artists, musicians, teachers, and community leaders—participated in the Many Voices at UMMA project creating new films inspired by works of art in our collection. These movies, which provide fresh and diverse ways for UMMA visitors to interact with the works of art, are now available in the UMMA galleries thanks to the newly installed free WiFi service as well as on our award-winning DialogTable. Join us on for a public screening to celebrate the completion of the project. Filmmakers will be present for a brief discussion following the screening. Many Voices is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan.

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          • Curtis Brothers - Manifest Destiny LIVE


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            Wadsworth Atheneum Dec 9th 2011 "Completion of Proof" CD release party Manifest Destiny by Zaccai Curtis Zaccai Curtis - Piano Luques Curtis - Bass Ralph Peterson - drums Brian Lynch - Trumpet Donald Harrison - Alto Sax Jimmy Green - Tenor Sax Tony Salva - Videographer www.TruthRevolutionRecords.com www.CurtisBrothersMusic.com

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            • Donald Harrison and the Congo Nation Salon


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              2011 Salon / Lusher Summer Arts Intensive Donald Harrison is being called one of the most important musicians of the new millennium by CBS Sunday Morning. A list of his accomplishments shows that he has developed into a musical category unto himself. In the classic jazz genre, he is the originator of the Nouveau Swing style which merges acoustic swing with modern R&B, second-line, hip-hop, (New Orleans African American roots culture), and reggae rhythms. More on Donald Harrison: http://www.donaldharrison.com/ Positive Vibrations Foundation is a non-profit private operating foundation formed exclusively for charitable and educational purposes as defined by IRS section 501(c)(3). The mission of the Positive Vibrations Foundation is to create and encourage community through the development and preservation of the arts, music, culture and heritage. The Foundation promotes and underwrites music for progressive community festivals and events, supports music performance and industry education programs for youth, and provides the public with educational videos showcasing the musical artists and unique culture of the Gulf South. Positive Vibrations presents the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo Music & Arts Festival, the Bywater Mirliton Festival, and is a proud sponsor of the musical talent at other community events. We provide fellowships to our Summer Arts through Culture Program as well as other youth-focused initiatives such as New Orleans Youth and Sound Experience (NOYSE) and Congo Kids. More information and the Foundation’s full video archive available on our website: http://positivevibrationsfoundation.org/ produced by Elysian Post & Production, LLC Producer Steve Wolfram Director of Photography Rob Davis Audio Recordist Steve Richardson http://www.elysianpost.com/ http://vimeo.com/elysianpost http://robdavisphotography.com/

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              • Slide Rail Superman Trailer B


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                Slide rail may become the next popular sport to rise from the underground. Joe Pizzetti has the perfect ass to become the sport's next big star. Together with his sherpa, Grovesberg, he dominates the competition in San Francisco's steep-staircased paradise – the big leagues of slide rail. When a mysterious new rival appears on the scene, however, Pizzetti faces a major fall that culminates with a "slide off" for winner-take-all.

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                • I See Faces In All Places


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                  This video reflects a collaboration between between filmmaker Donald Harrison and The Heidelberg Project in Detroit, as part of the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)'s Many Voices project. Inspired by Tyree Gyton's painting titled "Ups and Downs" at UMMA, Harrison recorded more than 100 interactive video portraits for this piece. These were captured through a unique mechanism – The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth – which Harrison designed and built with maker Robert Marshall. The booth captured people's faces on a green screen, interacting in real-time with digital effects and images from The Heidelberg Project. CREDITS: Camera, editing, effects, music, writing – Donald Harrison Music remix & audio mastering – Justin Dykhouse Main voices – Rocket Neiburger & Rowan Tucker-Meyer Additional voices – Shane Meria, Dallas Meria, Aliyah Maxwell, Priscilla Du The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth built by – Robert Marshall In order of appearance: Luis Herrera, Sam Goodman, Deborah LaViolette, Kim Goodman, Ryane Brown, Jim Leija, Kelly Darke, Molly Cleary, Dominique Brown, Reed Fannin, Ann Hernandez, Delchris Jones, Tom Rosenbaum, Koby Ben-Ezra, Jocelyn Gotlib, Da'Jaih Hickman, Serenity Brown, Andrew Edmonds, Rio Vetter, Erik Martinez, Jamiella Davis, Meghan Cleary, Maurice Thomas, Maria Feldman, Nick Ebinger, Patti Smith, Adrienne Wilson, Jennifer White, Adam Goodman, Ayden Lehto, Brad Wicklund, Joyce Woodiwiss, Janardhan Kodavasal, Javan Makmali, Charmayn Hickman, Patrick Dunn, Melissa Detloff, Griffin Johnson, Peter Baker, Onna Solomon, Gary Schwartz, Marty Fischhoff, Tim Furstnau, Meredith Kahn, Arthur Dennard, Jen Proctor, Arlo, Lev Solomon, Gerald Rush Special thanks 826Michigan Lisa Borgsdorf Tom Bray Tyree Guyton Olivia May Sharad Patel John Roos Amanda Sansoterra Martin Thoburn Jenenne Whitfield

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                  • AAFF 50 SCREENS


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                    Ann Arbor Film Festival for its 50th anniversary presented 50 screens by selected artists. Here is a selection of some presented and edited by Chris Sandon for markmaynard.com via AAFF Executive Director Donald Harrison.

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                    • Slide Rail Superman Trailer


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                      Slide rail may become the next popular sport to rise from the underground. Joe Pizzetti has the perfect ass to become the sport's next big star. Together with his sherpa, Grovesberg, he dominates the competition in San Francisco's steep-staircased paradise – the big leagues of slide rail. When a mysterious new rival appears on the scene, however, Pizzetti faces a major fall that culminates with a "slide off" for winner-take-all. Official Selection: SF IndieFest 2013; Athens International Film + Video Festival 2013.

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