1. Modernization, Hybridity and Displacement: The Case of the Murakami Family in Steveston Village


    from Devon Freemantle / Added

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    This video was produced in partial requirement for the Art History class 367 at UBC. Video production by Devon Freemantle, Photography/ videography and narration by Kaveh Partovi, Research and Script-writing by Charlotte Chang and Danielle Hall, and Visual Analysis by Sophia Dikeakos.

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    • Voices of Japanese American Internees, 1941-2015 - Teaser


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      Voices of Japanese American Internees,1941-2015 - documentary teaser. Stories are gathered on location from Japanese Americans in several states who share insights and documentation from the experience of rebuilding their lives and reclaiming their civil rights after being interned in relocation camps during World War II.

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      • Evelyn's Story: Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?


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        Evelyn Keen shares her story of God's faithfulness during her family's time in an internment camp. Thank you to White River Christian Church for this video!

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        • Hogoz remix 3/7 - Twitches


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          The sociopathic guard Cpl. Nagel leads Coolidge and Yerry to the "hot box" for a punishment that gets him sexually aroused...but things turn out differently than he expects.

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          • The Empty Chair Trailer B


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            This is a 42 second preview for the feature length documentary "The Empty Chair". This film tells the story of the Japanese American experience during WWII in Juneau, Alaska.

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            • The Empty Chair Trailer A


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              This is a preview for a documentary about the Japanese American internment experience during WWII in Juneau Alaska.

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              • Hogoz remix 2/7 - Gas


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                Coolidge and Yerry confront the sociopathic guard Cpl. Nagel.

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                • Hogoz remix 1/7 - Dark Side


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                  This remix is another way of viewing the original episodes. This episode takes place moments after Coolidge and Yerry first encounter other kids at the camp. Coolidge has just been kicked in the groin, by the way, before this episode begins. Coolidge and Yerry are assessing their situation, negatively, when the gorgeous, young Mimi appears. She returns Coolidge's drumsticks [he sees himself as a budding Gene Krupa], and he instantly falls in love. His attitude about the camp, and about the war, goes from dark to light. This series was conceived as a live-action comic strip, and these page-turning transitions and comic book visual effects attempt to evoke that original concept.

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                  • Andalusia - a forgotten chapter of german history


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                    During WWII over 1,500 german men from South West Africa were interned in South Africa in an internment camp called Andalusia, 100km north of Kimberley. Their wives were so called farm interned, i.e. they were only allowed to leave their farm once a month. Visits in Andalusia were allowed for half an hour per month. This short documentary was nominated for the Camgaroo Award 2014. Technical notes: - Canon EOS 60D w/ VAF-60D anti moiré/aliasing filter - Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM w/ variable ND-filter

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                    • The Kindness of Strangers


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                      Director: Cole Kawana High school sophomore Cole Kawana saw how neighbors helped his grandparents when they were interned in WWII Japanese-American internment camps. So when Cole traveled to Rwanda to learn about the 1994 genocide, he wanted to find out how he could help his neighbors halfway around the world. He discovered that in addition to recovering from a devastating genocide, the country faced a common problem of many developing nations around the world - a lack of clean water. Cole brought water filters and taught people how to use them, creating clean water for an entire village. This documentary tells his story. This teen-produced documentary resulted from an Investigative Journalism Adventure to Rwanda, a program of Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City, California and Friendship Tours World Travel, and led by artist/educator Cheri Gaulke, Emmy Award-winning journalist/producer Jeff MacIntyre (Content Media Group), and history teacher Alethea Paradis. For more info about this and other trips, go to friendshiptoursworld.com. To see other films about Rwanda and Laos visit www.digitalstoryadventures.com. Bio: Cole Kawana is currently a junior at Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City, California. In January 2014 he accompanied 14 students from his school on an Investigative Journalism Adventure to Rwanda to learn about the 1994 genocide. At 16-years-old Cole formed the Clean Water Ambassadors Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit aimed at delivering clean water to those in need. For more info: http://cleanwaterambassadors.org.

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