1. No Ward


    from Terence Nance • Terence Etc. / Added

    11.3K Plays / / 22 Comments

    No Ward is a short documentary about the forced migration of New Orleans residents to cities in Texas. The film juxtaposes the migrations that occurred as a result of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and Hurricane Gustave in 2008. funded by The Southwest Alternative Media project Emerging Filmmakers Fund camera by Norvis Nance sound mix by Vincent Wheeler additional editing by Tracy Thompson music by Cocorosie and FourTet special thanks to: all the interviewees, my mentor Sam Pollard, Talibah Newman, Harold Stewart, Nelson Nance, and Cheryle Washington who all helped out on the production. Also many thanks to SWAMP, the other mentors and filmmakers (mexican and american), and Mary Lampe.

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    • superfly


      from jkh / Added

      182 Plays / / 21 Comments

      okay, so, i don't have the means with which to rotate this yet...plus, depending on your computer, you might have to click "save this clip" to view it.

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      • Meditation No. 509


        from Frank N / Added

        Experimental dance film.

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        • prelude to a freestyle.


          from Jay Electronica / Added

          58.2K Plays / / 12 Comments

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          • A Culture Of Renewal | Rob Richert


            from Focus Forward Films / Added

            3,712 Plays / / 11 Comments

            A CULTURE OF RENEWAL is a Semifinalist in the $200,000 GE FOCUS FORWARD Filmmaker Competition. View more Semifinalist films at https://vimeo.com/groups/focusforwardfilms/albums/6362. In a story of perseverance through hardship, Dr David Mullin unites such seemingly disparate elements as Hurricane Katrina, agricultural waste, rhino poop and green fuels into an uplifting narrative about choosing to serve a greater good and more specifically the development of butanol from renewable resources. Rob Richert - director / editor Amber Davis - writer / producer Saro Varjabedian - cinematographer David Cory - sound recordist Mark Michel-Ruddy - music Meg Mosley - line producer Mauricio Leiva - assistant camera with special thanks to the Mosley family.

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            • NOLA


              from Jake Oleson / Added

              2,193 Plays / / 9 Comments

              Pastor Charles Garrison shares us a poem he wrote describing NOLA's (New Orleans Louisiana's) deep history as well as her struggles following Hurricane Katrina. Find out more about the making of NOLA here: http://jakeoleson.tumblr.com/post/28503329866/nola-the-making-of This is the second cut of the film so there are still some problems that I'm currently dealing with. Audio issues is my biggest annoyance at the moment but I will attempt to fix the terrible "hiss" asap. There's also a little bit of a hiccup in the beginning that must have happened when exporting the film. Will fix that asap as well. Overall this was a very difficult edit for me but I learned a lot from the project and look forward to shooting more similar to it in the future. Shot on the Canon 60D Edited in Final Cut Pro Graded in Apple Color Sigma f/1.4 30mm Sima 10-22mm Canon 50mm Glidecam HD-4000 Glidetrack SD-Shooter Music: Chris Zabrinski, Lee Rosavere, Max Richter Special Thanks to Charles Garrison, Renee Blanchard and the Forward Edge team that dedicated their time and helped make this happen. COPYRIGHT © 2012, JAKE OLESON. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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              • DECKY- "Whatcha Want"


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                345 Plays / / 8 Comments

                Rap artist Decky Boy (New Orleans), "Whatcha Want", a song about family struggles after Hurricane Katrina.

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                • King Gambrinus


                  from Mortimer Brewster (J. DeGraff) / Added

                  399 Plays / / 6 Comments

                  Post "Katrina" New Orleans.Prose poem was written by myself.

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                  • "Sofia's Story: Twelve-Year-Old Girl Helps Oiled Birds" (TRT: 3:59)


                    from Alison Fast / Added

                    1,328 Plays / / 6 Comments

                    On August 29, 2005, Sofia Aderer, age 7, lost her home to Hurricane Katrina in Waveland, MS, a town that was "wiped off the map" when it received the eye of the storm. In response, she penned a song called "Katrina Blues" that won the attention of local media. Now, on the eve of the five-year anniversary of the storm, Sofia is at it again, with a venture that she started in early June to address the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on birds and other affected animals. Her "bird project", called the Sofia Aderer Audubon Society Fund, is a testament to the resiliency in young people, and their ability to turn a negative into a positive through creativity and self-expression. This video is part of a series, created by Alison Fast and Chandler Griffin, a husband-wife team, producing stories to give voice to residents of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/BP-Oil-Spill-on-the-Gulf-Coast-What-would-Walter-Anderson-do/105556202824491?ref=ts Producer/Director/Camerawoman: Alison Fast

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                    • My Website on TV


                      from Alex Kehr / Added

                      173 Plays / / 6 Comments

                      I was in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wired, and a bunch of other places... She said my last name right, I'm impressed.

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