1. February 18, 2013 Act for America Chapter in Fayetteville, TN


    from Publius Huldah / Added

    19.7K Plays / / 11 Comments

    Publius Huldah shows the Act for America Chapter in Fayetteville, TN that the First Amendment does NOT give islamists the right to build mosques, proselytize, and institute sharia here.

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    • Kensington


      from Andrew De Zen / Added

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      A day in Kensington Market. Shot on the Canon 5D Mark 2.

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      • Looking At Time || The Portrait of a Watch Repairman


        from Brandon Lavoie / Added

        2,170 Plays / / 4 Comments

        LOOKING AT TIME is a portrait of SALIM SHARIFF, a 72-year-old watch repairman originally from Bombay, India, now living & working in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens, NY. The film profiles Salim's love for America, a country he came to in hopes of a better future, not only for himself, but for his family - most of whom stayed behind in India upon his move here in the early 1980's, and still remain there today. The piece also delves into how the rising rent prices in the greater NYC area have effected Salim, and details how the boom in technology has actually been a detriment to Salim's business, as more people are using their cellular devices to tell time than wrist watches. This is a gentleman, who at the tender age of 72 relies totally and completely on his hands to not only provide for himself but to also help provide for an immediate family, an entire world away. Directed, Photographed and Edited by Brandon Lavoie. Sound Mix by Cody Skully Music by Kevin MacLeod "Cello Suite #1 in G - Prelude" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ © Brandon Lavoie www.brandonlavoiefilms.com twitter/instagram: b_lavoie

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        • Pode Me Chamar de Nadí / Just Call Me Nadi


          from déo cardoso / Added

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          A coming of age short narrative film about a Brazilian girl who in a particular day overcomes racism. Based on a true story. Written and directed by Déo Cardoso; Produced by Tamylka Viana. Starring Nadi Apolinário (as herself), Laila Pires (as herself) and Rodger Rogerio (as the Tapioca Vendor). *** Filme de curta-metragem sobre uma menina que, num determinado dia, supera o racismo. Baseado em fatos reais. Escrito e dirigido por Déo Cardoso; Produção de Tamylka Viana. Estrelando Nadiézia Apolinário (Nadí), Laila Pires (Laila) e Rodger Rogério (Tapioqueiro).

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          • Welcome to London // James Morgan // 1080p


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            A journey through India, Turkey, Japan and Spain. All without leaving London.

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            • La Paz Sin Memoria Está Condenada a la Guerra (Peace Without Memory is Doomed to War) Canción "Hombres de Hierro" Stinkis


              from Carlos Molina / Added

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              Sinopsis: Este videoclip documental quiere hacer un repaso reflexivo a La Historia de la Humanidad en el siglo XX y XXI con la 2ª Guerra Mundial de base principal, ahora que se cumple su 75 Aniversario, pero con un tratamiento novedoso, al ser su hilo conductor la música. El documental quiere mostrar la evolución de la Guerra, con sus terribles consecuencias, así como la conciencia colectiva con manifestaciones por la Paz en otros conflictos que aparecen cada vez con mas energía, mensaje que debemos seguir fortaleciendo y ampliando en el actual mundo global y sociedad intercultural, donde da igual de donde provengas o vivas, ya que lo que realmente nos importa a todos es la Vida, para la que debemos trabajar y disfrutar juntos, y para ello la Memoria sobre los errores cometidos en nuestra Historia es fundamental, para no volver a repetirlos. Realizado con Canon 550D + Contenido Creative Commons y música de Stinkis "Hombres de Hierro". Este video ha sido creado sin ningún animo de lucro.

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              • City Bypassed: The casualties of Mumbai's urban renewal


                from Ayona Datta / Added

                Mumbai's road to global city status has been marked by the construction of flyovers and road infrastructure projects. Apart from increasing the speed with which the city's new arrivals travel from its domestic/international airport straight to the business district, these infrastructure projects also enable Mumbai as an aspiring global city to make its marginal spaces and citizens invisible to these new arrivals in the city. City bypassed presents the story of Mumbai’s urban renewal as seen from Byculla, a multicultural inner-city neighbourhood symbolically and physically bypassed by road infrastructure projects along Mumbai’s journey to global city status. Set in Byculla, South Mumbai, City Bypassed tells the complex story of the ironies of Mumbai's urban renewal and the casualties along this journey. Byculla has the the largest Muslim population in Mumbai and rose to notoriety as the site of communal violence between Hindus and Muslims in 1992. Still coping with the stigma of communalism and violence, Byculla however has seen high urban renewal because of its proximity to the central business district. Yet this renewal comes at the cost of ghettoisation and increasing marginalisation of women and urban poor. City Bypassed explores the ways that Mumbai’s minorities, women and poor continue to enter the public realm, claim citizenship rights and negotiate the larger forces of change dividing and shaping the city along class and religious lines.

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                • The Politics of Recognition - Charles Taylor


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                  Charles Taylor is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at McGill University. He has written extensively on cosmopolitanism, secularism, and political philosophy. Professor Taylor received the 2007 Templeton Prize and the 2008 Kyoto Prize.

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                  • Wholy Shift


                    from Onramp Branding / Added

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                    Macrotrend - a broad force of change that pulls consumers in a specific direction

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                    • Our Journey


                      from Darwin Community Arts / Added

                      15K Plays / / 2 Comments

                      What has your town got to celebrate? A group of young people from Darwin have come together using their rhymes, rhythms and moves to show us what this Top End town really has to celebrate. Late last year twelve young Australians came together at Darwin Community Arts and took part in a six month filmmaking and drama program called Captiv8. The young crew, all members of Multicultural Youth NT, came from a variety of cultural backgrounds and decided they wanted to make a short film sharing their own stories about their family’s journey to Australia and the life they have made here since. Faced with many of the same issues and challenges that affect multicultural youth across urban Australia – these young people end up choosing their own cultural weapons – their rhymes, rhythms and moves to come together and take on the under currents of racism and fear that still move through modern Australia. They wanted people to know not only about the challenges of setting up life in a new country, but also what needs to be celebrated: the new hope Australia has given them and their desire to contribute to a thriving multicultural community. The group collaborated with a number of local filmmakers, drama practitioners and musicians to come up with the concept of ‘Our Journey’ – a musical documentary celebrating resilience and diversity in Darwin. As a group they planned the whole film out, learnt filmmaking techniques, wrote their own music and lyrics and then practised a lot. With 2013’s theme for refugee week ‘Restoring Hope’, these young people show that despite our differences, it is only by coming together as a community we can share and celebrate our common humanity. Congratulations to the Captiv8 crew! Captiv8 is a filmmaking and drama program run by Darwin Community Arts, in partnership with Multicultural Youth NT. The program was supported by Scanlon Foundation and the Australian Government’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship.

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