1. LOAD - Lumberjack Death Luge


    from facelesswreckords Added 3 0 0

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    • Progeny & Ancestry


      from Francisco Saco Added 8 0 0

      2010, Super 8mm/MiniDV, color, 5:30min, essay film A journey tracing one's lineage mirrored in the present under the blazing sun. Cousins gather, carrying the ghosts of their relatives with them. Shot between the Isle of Great Cumbrae and Miami.

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      • Paseo Por La Tarde


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        2009, mini DV, color, 9min, experimental video Director-Editor: Francisco Saco An afternoon drive through the streets of Coral Gables, while my grandmother recounts her youth in Cuba.

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        • Miami Trip No.1


          from alexneuhauser Added 30 0 0

          mess around and throwaway

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          • Bill Wilson


            from life pointe church Added 202 0 0

            Bill Wilson - Metro Ministries NY

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            • Celebration of Lebron James and Dwayne Wade being on the Miami Heat together.


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              Project done for an oDesk client.

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              • Jorge Perez Lifetime Achievement Award Film


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                Developer Jorge Pérez has literally transformed the South Florida skyline. For his legendary body of work and community involvement, The South Florida Business Journal presented Pérez the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2013 Business of the Year Awards. We produced this video presentation that was shown that evening, which goes in depth behind the life and success of Mr. Pérez through his perspective and those that are close with him.

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                • Where are we


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                  Piece submitted and accepted to Columbia College Interdisciplinary Arts show : Interrogating the Future. Description of the piece : "Arrows are an overt symbolic representation of movement. Whether you see arrows on the street indicating the direction of travel or the pointer on your computer screen, arrows always indicate coming from somewhere and going to somewhere else. The piece Where we are accentuates the idea that people always have a direction to their lives, and because of that, it means there are places we've been and places we're going. The three aspects of the piece are : where we could be, where we should be, and where we will go. The audio to go along with these pieces accentuates values of the parts that otherwise may be lost without an extra layer of depth. My hope is to help people to consider where they are, and what they could do instead. The first movement where we could be utilizes arrows to create patterns and seemingly envelop the user in a kind of knot that has a dynamic complexity, but a clear meaning. We could be a lot of things, but often times we find ourselves spinning in circles or over-complicating a simple situation. The second movement where we should be depicts a clear form of influence. Every person has the power to influence other people in some way. We struggle for the attention and love of those around us, but if we knew where we belonged, we wouldn't pull others astray. The final movement where we will go leaves the question of "what direction is correct?" up to every individual. A heartbeat is a good indicator of human life, and a direction in that life proves a person's tenacity and will. Without an individual will and desire to truly live, people would be no better than machines. Sometimes thinking about where you are, is more important than where you've been or where you're going. Arrows compel you to act and to move, but I urge you to stop and think. This project is interdisciplinary because it encompasses programming, art, and music. I programmed the visuals using my computer science background in Processing and Java. I applied my musical talents and my programming skills to create the audio in PureData. I utilized the Arduino platform and sensors, as well as basic woodworking and engineering to fabricate the interface. And finally, I used my skills in art and design to create the overall visual composition and individual pieces to display. "

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                  • Learn the CSA Stroll!


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                    Learn the new UMCSA stroll with Dance Captain Shirnelle Wilks! They are swagginnnnn!

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                    • Maurice Ferre - Vintage Footage 2


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