1. "Hair" Documentary


    from Will Ellis / Added

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    Hair... Covering the bodies of every species of mammal, it seems to connect us to the natural world, a reminder of our primate past. But as human beings, with a capacity for abstract thought, we have taken a simple evolutionary adaptation and endowed it with great meaning and complexity. As one of the most important aspects of how others see us, how has our hair become interwoven with issues of race, religion, beauty, and identity? Sikhism mandates that the hair is never cut. We explore the rationale behind this and the discrimination that Sikhs face today in a post 9-11 world. Many women of African descent grow up to think negatively about their natural hair. So begins the burdensome, expensive, and often painful process of weaves and chemical straightening, as a however subconscious attempt to achieve a homogenized concept of beauty. We speak to a woman who takes pride in her natural hair and is committed to show others how truly beautiful "nappy" hair can be. Sometimes what we do with our hair is not a choice. Trichotillomania is a disorder that causes the sufferer to compulsively pull out hair. We will meet a long-term lash/brow puller who describes how people have reacted to her disorder and how these experiences have shaped her.

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      from Tyler Rabinowitz / Added

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      A first look at the dance film directed by Blake Krapels and Tyler Rabinowitz, which features all 26 members of the Juilliard Dance Class of 2015. Coming Soon. The music heard in this trailer is "Truth" by Balmorhea. We do not own the rights to this music, but this is a nonprofit educational collaboration. The music for our completed film will be an original score composed by Juilliard Class of 2015 dancer Alex Jones. We love Balmorhea, though, so you should support their music! Please download their music on iTunes! Special Thanks to all who donated to our IndieGoGo fundraising campaign!

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      • Jackoon Painting


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        Jackoon is painting a yellow layer on a piece of paper. To find out more go to my blog: http://blubee.com/theblog/?cat=50

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        • Whore


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          A married couple experiments with a violent sexual fantasy in a sleazy New Jersey motel room. Whore is an eight-minute short filmed on Super 16mm in New York City and Verona, New Jersey over an extended weekend in June of 2004. The film was produced as part of Vincent M. Scordia’s junior film project at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Whore was entered into Tisch’s Intermediate Film Festival and was selected to represent junior level projects in the First Run Film Festival. OFFICIAL SELECTION - 2006 DRAGON*CON INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL Atlanta, Georgia OFFICIAL SELECTION - 2006 FIRST RUN FILM FESTIVAL New York, New York CREW Vincent Scordia – Writer/Director Doosung Lee – Director of Photography Daniel Berenholz – Assistant Director Ange Thielke – Assistant Camera/Art Director Jeff Siegel – Producer/Audio Designer CAST Scott Kelly – Steve Osa Wallander – Eleanor Mark Intrieri – Joe

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          • Sin Dolor | Trailer


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            A curious doctor seeks the source of a young boy's inability to feel pain. www.sindolormovie.com www.joegrecofilms.com http://www.facebook.com/sindolormovie https://twitter.com/#!/joe_greco #SinDolorMovie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8j27na-Rtw http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2372381/combined Adapted from the short story by T.C. Boyle. Awarded 2011 Alfred P. Sloan Production Grant Awarded 2011-2012 Thomas William Gidro-Frank Film Production Award Awarded 2011-2012 Clive Davis Award for Excellence in Music in Film Awarded Best Original Score - First Run Film Festival 2012 Awarded 1st Place, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Special Effects - 2012 LA Movie Awards Best Editing, Showbiz's Future Filmmaker Award - 2012 HollyShorts Film Festival Official Selection - 2012 Connecticut Film Festival , CT Official Selection - 2012 New Hampshire Film Festival Official Selection - 2012 San Jose Film Festival Official Selection - 2012 Brantford Film Festival Official Selection - 2012 Silicon Valle Film Festival Official Selection - 2013 National Film Festival For Talented Youth Official Selection - 2013 Rincon International Film Festival Award Finalist - 2013 USA Film Festival Official Selection - 2013 Brooklyn Film Festival Official Selection - 2013 SouthSide Film Festival Directed & Edited by | JOE GRECO Screenplay by | DEREK SIMON Produced by | ZOÉ SALICRUP & MORGAN COLLINS "The Doctor" | RANDALL McNEAL "Dámaso Funes" | SEAN MARTIN "Elvira Fuentes" | ARIS MEJIAS "Francisco Funes" | LUIS GONZAGA "Doña Padilla" | MELISSA RODRIGUEZ "Little Girl" | ANGELICA VALEZQUEZ "Street Urchins" | BRYAN LOUIS, ANGEL VALEZQUEZ, CEIDII VAZQUEZ RUIZ, GERANNIE BENITEZ & ERICK ALEJANDRO Music by | EDWARD UNDERHILL Director of Photography | ANDREW ELLIS Production Designer | NITIN JETHANANDANI Costume Design & Make-up by | CHRISTINE SCIORTINO 1st Assistant Director | RACHAEL FUNG 2nd Assistant Director | DAVID KETTERER Script Supervisor | BRYCE SCHRAMM Assistant Producers | GEORGE ITZHAK & ANDREA BETANZOS 1st Assistant Camera | JEFF BRINK & MARGAUX HALLENSTEIN BRICOUT 2nd Assistant Camera | KATRINA SORRENTINO Gaffer | ZACH KUPERSTEIN Best Boy Electric | BEN SPANER Key Grip | NICO NAVIA Best Boy Grip | MARK SOLOMON Grip Team | MATT HEYMANN, MICHAEL DRAKE RANIERI & CONOR MURPHY DIT | ASHLEY PARK Still Photography | CUBBY DIMLING & ALYSSA GRECO Wardrobe Assistant | NATALIE JEAN ZAROWNY Make-up Assistant | CAROLINE OLIVEIRA Art Direction | CUBBY DIMLING & MEERA JOSHI Set Construction | JULIO VALENTIN Production Assistants | SIMONE WYMBS-STEVENS & YEYA MONROIG Sound Mixer | PATRICK BURGESS & FRANCISCO LUPINI Boom Operator | ALAN KUDAN Sound Designer | ANTHONY JONES Foley Walker | JACQUELINE SOLLER VFX Supervisor | MICHAEL DRAKE RANIERI Colorist | ALAN GORDON Titles | CHRISTINE ADVINCULA Scorpion Wrangler | DUKE LEE Orchestra | PATTI KILROY, ANDIE SPRINGER, CHERN HWEI FUNG, AMANDA LO, TEMA WATSTEIN, JEFFERY YOUNG, JOSH HENDERSON, MAYA BENNARDO, LEAH ASHER, CALEB BURHANS, ANDI HEMMENWAY, SARAH HAINES, NORA KROHN, MARIEL ROBERTS, ROSE BELLINI & ERIC ALLEN Music Engineer | MICHAEL MARCIANO & JOSEPH MARCIANO Music Assistant | GRANT DAMRON Rec. Studio | "SYSTEMS TWO RECORDING STUDIO" & "MASON JAR MUSIC" New York University: Tisch School of the Arts Advanced Narrative Workshop Ezra Sacks 2011

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            • Scout 1.0's First Test


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              I intended to have Scout fly. But the weight of Scout is too heavy to lift it. I hope my next revision will fly!

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              • Jon Stewart's Surprise NYU Lecture


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                • The Pakistan Four - Documentary: Hareem Ahmad


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                  The Pakistan Four is the first independent documentary by Pakistani filmmaker and Fulbright scholar Shehzad Hameed Ahmad that world premiered at the New York University Film Festival in February, 2014. It charts the journey of 4 path-breaking Muslim women in the United States: Pakistan's first saber fencer, first international weightlifter, first international chef to win Chopped at the Food Network and the country's first standup comedian. Filmed in Portland, Chicago, Orlando, Atlanta, New York City and Washington DC, the four narratives run in parallel, building up to one major event in each of their lives, with all four embodying the same goal in mind - redefining what it means to be a Pakistani Muslim female. For screenings or press inquiries, please send your emails to shehzadhameedahmad@gmail.com. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanfour Twitter: @thepakistanfour Upcoming Screenings: September 19, 2014: Fresh Film Festival 2014: The Screening is on Friday September 19, 6 PM CET at the Kino 35 - France Institute in Prague, Štěpánská 644/35, 110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město, Czech Republic, (+420) 221 401 011 or e-mail: ifp@ifp.cz. October 10, 2014: Indiana Short Film Festival 2014: The Screening is on Friday October 10, 9 PM EST at the Royal Theatre, 59 S Washington St, Danville, IN 46122, United States, (317) 745-1499 November 1, 2014: Seattle South Asian Film Festival 2014: The Screening is on Saturday, November 1st, at 3 PM EST at the Mobius Hall, University of Washington Bothell, Bothell, WA 98011, USA. Past Screenings: February 8th, 2014 - New York University Film Festival, New York (World Premiere) February 24th, 2014 - Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge. April 14th, 2014 - Georgia Tech, Atlanta. May 8th, 2014 - National College of Arts, Lahore May 9th, 2014 - Kinnaird College, Lahore May 9th, 2014 - FC College, Lahore (Pakistan Premiere) IN THE PRESS: PAKISTAN TELEVISION INTERVIEW: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1oah5p_the-classics-show-united-states-of-america-ep-04_news EXPRESS TRIBUNE: http://tribune.com.pk/story/712294/documentary-screening-aspire-to-inspire-shining-examples-of-what-women-can-do/ BROWN GIRL MAGAZINE: http://www.browngirlmagazine.com/2014/05/pakistan-four/ EXPRESS TRIBUNE: http://tribune.com.pk/story/706470/powerful-stories-of-pak-us-women-screened/ SAMAA TV: http://www.samaa.tv/entertainment/08-May-2014/the-pakistan-four-premieres-in-lahore GOOD TIMES MAGAZINE: http://www.goodtimes.com.pk/gt-film-famous-four/ DAILY TIMES: http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/punjab/08-May-2014/nca-showcases-the-pakistan-four-today NEWSONE: http://newsone.tv/2014/05/lahore-documentary-the-pakistan-four-premieres-in-lahore/ LAHORE DISPATCH: http://lahoredispatch.com/the-pakistan-four-11884

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                  • Anonymous


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                    Choreographer: Christian De Luna Zuno Music: Defy the Laws of Tradition, "Intro"; Nico Muhly, "Honest Music" Special Thanks to the six Wonderful performers who's names will remain unmentioned. Performed at Tisch School of the Arts's Dance Department, New York University on March 14th, 2013. Anonymous is a contemporary dance piece that attempts to neutralize gender and sexuality to defy the notions of human interaction between two bodies. I do not own the rights to any of the music used. However the content of the video and it's choreography is all my artistic creative property.

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                    • Skin Deep - Collaborative Self Portraits


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                      Interactive 3D drawing installation by Rosalie Yu and Alon Chitayat For more information: www.skindeep.cc Music : “Sneeuwland” (by Oskar Schuster) Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), NYU, 2014

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