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There is a woman who walks through the streets randomly singing opera. Wherever she goes she is singing, sometimes under her breath, sometimes loud enough for whole blocks to hear. Some people think she is deranged, some think she is inspiring. I was compelled to sit down with her and have a short conversation about Why. I only had an hour and a half with her, but she struck a cord enough that made me buy a ticket to go see my mom, heh. I decided that I would put this online and hope to inspire people to go embrace their mothers and children. She's also a very prime example of why not to judge people by their eccentricities. Music by the brilliant Greg Haines "183 Times" http://greghaines.wordpress.com/ Filmed with a broken Canon 7D and jerry-rigged audio equipment, hehe Directed and Edited by Matty Brown https://www.facebook.com/mattybrownfilm Special thank you to Janna Wachter, Bow Jones, Steven Weinberg, Philip Thomas, and Dr. Michael Clark+ More details
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My Mother talks to me about post-dictatorship Athens, her struggle to adapt to the greek mentality, her memories of motherhood, and her longing to go back to her small town in Italy. Directed by Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits Royal College of Art 2010+ More details
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Made for Movie Night's Documentary Challenge, a documentary about a blog platform called Tumblr. Extra Special thanks to these assholes: Smith Harrison, Justin Johnson, Erik Beck, Adam Lisagor, dalas verdugo, Paul Bartunek, Austin Salmi, Delbert Shoopman, Kate, and Will Hutson.+ More details
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So Where's Home? explores the unique perspectives and identities of Third Culture Kids, people who have spent a significant portion of their childhood overseas. The purpose of this short documentary project is to understand why third culture kids struggle to answer the question of “so where’s home?” and the implications this difficulty has on personal identity. This project was my final senior thesis project for my film & media studies minor at Georgetown University. Special Thanks To: Interviewees — Rickie Koo, Victoria Perrachon, Jake Wright, Yuko Shimada, Connor Liu, Oliver Silsby, Natalie Muller, Amy Burns, Hanah Lee Thesis Adviser — Milena Santoro FMST Georgetown — Caetlin Benson-Allott, Edward Clark, Bridge Waugh, Bernie Cook To all the FMST 2012 seniors, other interviewees, friends, and family involved: thanks for all the support over the past semester. Dedicated To David Heavy Equipment: - Canon 7D - Canon EF Lens 50 mm F/1.4 - Canon EF Lens 28-135mm IS - Zoom H4N - Sony UWP-V1 Wireless Lav Mic Kit+ More details
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http://www.halfcuttea.com In 2012, Nick Olson and Lilah Horwitz quit their jobs and set off to build a glass cabin in the mountains of West Virginia. Nick is a photographer who specializes in tintypes taken with a camera he made himself. He currently works for a landscape company in Milwaukee designing one-of-a-kind objects and spends his off time travelling the country looking for adventure. Lilah is a designer. She has made several clothing lines, each one coinciding with the a city/place she inhabits. She currently sells her work in New York boutiques and also works for a landscaping company in Milwaukee Wisconsin. filmed by Matt Glass and Jordan Wayne Long interviewed by Jordan Wayne Long music and editing by Matt Glass Listen to the soundtrack here: https://soundcloud.com/glassbrain/matt-glass-the-new-start+ More details
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Watch the full documentary here: www.GraffitiFineArt.com Best Documentary Short - NYC Metropolitan Film Festival: http://metrofilmfest.com/Metro_Film_Fest/Winners.html Best Documentary Short - 10th Annual Urban Mediamakers Film Festival: http://www.umff.com/mpages/submissions.html Best Concept: Documentary Short & Honorable Mention: Best Documentary Short - Los Angeles International Underground Film Festival http://laufilmfest.com/Winners.html Official Selection: -20th Annual Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival: http://www.hsdfi.org/ -Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival -Caradura International Urban Art Film Festival - Rio de Janiero Featured Selection - Inaugural Chronos Film Festival: http://www.chronosfilmfestival.com/ Official Screening: -Victoria & Albert Museum, London -MARTS - Buenos Aires, Argentina --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Documentary by Jared Levy. 65 Graffiti artists from 13 countries descend upon São Paulo, Brazil for the 1st Biennial International "Graffiti Fine Art" Exhibition at the MuBE Museum. In an art world where semantics matter, graffiti artists from around the world wonder what exactly is 'Graffiti Fine Art'. After all, once graffiti leaves the street... is it even graffiti at all? Full website review: http://www.jaredlevymedia.com/2011/05/24/graffiti-fine-art-official-extended-preview/ Official documentary music provided by Pretty Lights Music Label Preview track: "Gold Coast Hustle" http://www.prettylightsmusic.com/therecordlabel/ Audio Mix & Master: Thiago Duar (PIPA Studio) Become a fan on facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Graffiti-Fine-Art-Documentary/224670234227113+ More details
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Produced by www.copenhagers.com #copenhagers #retrobobby #bringbobbytojapan https://instagram.com/copenhagers ''We are back and we are ready to blow your mind with this new Meeting Series Interview we realized couple weeks ago. We really don't want to spoil anything about it but on the other hand it's also important that people would be able to know what they're getting themselves into. What it is sure, is the fact that this video will make you smile, happy, nostalgic and with the urgent need to start digging into old stuff from your childhood you're probably saving up in the attic. Bobby Ågren is nowadays the guy behind this eclectic project, he's running this shop called Ruben & Bobby, a retro-gaming and toys shop located in Jægersborggade 6, Copenhagen, where you can buy, sell or trade old games from the '70s '80s '90s and in the meantime get a haircut; yes you got it right, Ruben & Bobby is also an air salon. Watch the video below to get more informations regarding this delightful museum-shop and let Bobby explain to you how he combines the selling and collecting of retro-games with haircuts and the business of an hair salon, the process on the realization of his passions and dreams.'' Follow us also on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Copenhagers With the collaboration of: http://www.laforetdesrenards.com/ Ruben and Bobby: http://rubenogbobby.dk/ UPDATE: We are currently seeking for sponsors to be able to fly Bobby and I to Japan during the upcoming TOKYO GAME SHOW 2015 and producing/documenting his trip and experience there with a second documentary Japanese Credits by kind courtesy of Sumi Kazuya http://www.sumikazuya.com/contact+ More details
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