1. Tommy Dean & Friends


    from Joshua Guerci Added 961 3 1

    independent documentary film documenting a circle of young street musicians from seattle and new orleans. this follow up to the tommy dean show is much more gritty and real. my goal was to give the audience an opportunity to hide like a fly on the wall and observe the alternate reality of hipster folk musicians and beatnik poets where jack keroack never died, bob dylan and allan ginsberg are your gay uncles and jessie james is a folk hero.

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    • Bonjour les enfants


      from Lilithwork Added 36 0 0

      Bonjour Les Enfants is the story of a group of young people, age between 17 and 20, who are about to leave home for the military service in Israel. The idea of the documentary was born from an exchange of letters with some of these boys and girls, youngsters whom we met through some friends in Tel Aviv. The interviews, which make up the film, are in Hebrew in order to maintain the authenticity of the context. Moving from the decision to leave for the military service or not, the documentary takes us through the daily life of this young generation, through their political vision of the world and their struggles in this very crucial moment in their lives. We witness the passage from adolescence to adulthood in a land torn by conflict. With Bonjour Les Enfants the lives of these young boys and girls have been given a voice and a context often denied by our media where there is no time to understand what lies behind war and violence and where a germ of peace could grow. The title we chose for this documentary is a tribute to Louis Malle’s masterpiece “Aurevoir Les Enfants”. We meet Israeli boys and girls who potentially could be the grandchildren of the generation portrayed in Malle’s film. We discuss with them what it means to live in a land free from the nightmare of anti-Semitism and where there is a life beyond the occupation, unfortunately the sole element of today’s Israel portrayed by our media. Aurevoir to Louis Malle’s children, bonjour to Tel Aviv’s.

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      • Film Documentary "Journey to Qatar" - Jan 2013


        from Cameron A. Pace, Ph.D. Added 457 0 0

        This last October I finished editing my documentary of the trip Evangel faculty and students took to Doha, Qatar to attend a conference on debate and argumentation. I went along as the videographer. All the footage shot in Qatar was on a Panasonic Lumix G3 DSLR with various lenses. There are a few shots on campus from a Canon T2i and also the Sony Ex1. The documentary follows three faculty and four students from Springfield, MO to Doha, Qatar and back. The small DSLR I took was chosen to help not draw attention to myself. I did take a few shots with my phone when necessary. The group that attended were all part of the Evangel University Communication Department, where I am a professor. I enjoyed the trip, and hope you enjoy the sights and sounds of Qatar. The country and people there were very good to us. All music and maps are provided by permission. All else is original to me.

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        • Charlie Chaplin: The Immigrant with Audio Commentary


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          Featured in iTunes (January and February 2014). This video contains Charlie Chaplin's 1917 "The Immigrant" with a new audio commentary from historian Dr. Darren R. Reid and photographer/blogger, James O'Hara. The commentary track examines the social issues and attitudes that Chaplin was commenting upon with this film. Chaplin's work is often described as timeless but there are many deep connections between his films and the periods in which they were made. Like so much of his work, "The Immigrant" contains plenty of timeless comedy that needs no explanation but much of the value in this film lies in the way it passes comment upon contemporary issues. In this case, Chaplin makes a subtle attack upon those who opposed immigration, particularly from eastern European countries. "The Immigrant" paints a sympathetic portrait of immigrants by emphasising the hardships they endured and the compassion that bound most (but not all) of them together. More: http://www.darrenreidhistory.co.uk http://www.twitter.com/thathistorian

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          • 48 Hour Film Project Documentary - 2012


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            Team Awesome Seattle went behind the scenes with four amazing teams in Seattle's 2012 48 Hour Film Project. Documented teams were Team America, Spinshot Films, and Challenge Accepted. Music by Parzival.

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            • The Life & Times of H.Wolfe Jr.


              from H. Wolfe III Added 124 2 2

              When your Father passes it is a blow no matter how you think you've prepared for it. For me as a filmmaker, one process of healing was making this film on his life. It's a film all my family helped make because they shot the "film" or were the "talent" but in the end it pays tribute to a great man who was loved and admired by many.

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              • Emilia


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                • Illegal Immigration


                  from Luis Oliva Added 156 0 0

                  Illegal immigration is immigration across national borders in a way that violates the immigration laws of the destination country. Illegal immigrants are also known as illegal aliens to differentiate them from legal aliens. In politics, the term may imply a larger set of social issues and time constraints with disputed consequences in areas such as economy, social welfare, education, health care, slavery, prostitution, legal protections, voting rights, public services, and human rights. Conversely, Illegal emigration refers to unlawfully leaving a country.

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                  • Shane Ryan - Alyssa: Portrait of a Teen Killer


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                    The work of Shane Ryan http://madsincinema.com/ imdb.com/name/nm1546474/ twitter.com/ShaneRyanFilms facebook.com/MadSinCinema

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                    • Lost York


                      from FEEND media Added 124 2 0

                      A documentary comparing and contrasting Los Angeles and New York City. Soundtrack: Jeff Martin - Shuttlecock (Minotaur Shock Remix) A film by Kevin Natividad & Martin Zhou FEEND media | www.feendmedia.com Please like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/feendmedia

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