1. "Capable of Anything" // Michael & Michelle | Cinematic Trailer

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    from Harmonic Films Added 534 1 0

    There is a group of friends in Thibodeaux that we keep driving down for. It started with two friends, which grew to four with the next wedding, which then caused us to lose track of them all. The only conclusion we have been able to make is that whenever we make the long drive down there, we are going to make new friends! Michael and Michelle are a couple that you can't help but fall for. It might seem like we searched out the clips where people are smiling and laughing, but honestly, that was literally 99% of the day! They are silly with their friends, but their silliness just multiplies once they are together. Don't let all that laughter cloud the fact that these two people are CRAZY about one another! We hope when you watch this that you get caught up in their love and see the power of it when Michael sees Michelle walk down the isle. We want to thank Michael and Michelle for allowing us to capture their perfect day! http://www.Harmonic-Films.com/ourservices/weddings

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    • When Morning Comes

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      from Brandon Thibodeaux Added 236 1 0

      This video project is a representation of my ongoing project entitled When Morning Comes. It is a reflection of life in the Mississippi Delta and a testament to the dignity and grace of those souls carrying the back-breaking legacy of the Delta’s rural communities as they strive to pave their own course through history. For three years I have sought to discover light in a dark place and have witnessed signs of strength against struggle, humility amidst pride, and a promise for deliverance in the lives that I have come to know. I see the flight of childhood innocence grounded by the scars of life hard lived, the strength of a single man while acknowledging the machine that replaced thousands, a fist of power born from the chains that bound it, a living room tribute to a symbolic president, and a toppled white king in a conquered game of chess. These representations of racial struggle and its social and economic achievements are reminders of the story of Mound Bayou, Mississippi. Founded in 1887 it is America’s oldest African American settlement. “Why stagger at the difficulties that confront you,” proclaimed its founder, Isaiah T. Montgomery, as he strove to ignite his men in their first year. “Have you not for centuries braved the miasma and hewn down forests at the command of your master? Can you not do it for yourselves and your children unto successive generations, that they may worship and develop under their own vine and fig tree?” These words took the dreams of enslaved generations and turned them into a reality filled with bankers, doctors, and lawyers. Booker T. Washington and President Theodore Roosevelt heralded the town as being a “shining example of black achievement.” Though, while it once basked in the American Dream, its present day economic decline – like that of many agriculturally based Delta towns - has long threatened to overshadow its past. It is this duality of triumph and decline, and the simple beauty of daily life that exists in between its fabric, that draws me to Mound Bayou and to the villages of the greater Delta. But this is not a story solely centered upon the region's plight. It is a celebration in faith and perseverance, one that’s chorus is sung in every clapboard church across its land. “By and by, when the morning comes, When the saints of God are gathering home. We will tell the story how we've overcome, We will understand it better by and by” As economies crawl, walk, pace, and sprint toward development their strides are perched upon the backbones of men. It is the marrow of those bones - the vibration of that spirit - that drives the citizens of Mound Bayou and those of the greater Delta to endure. And it is this collective spirit that I seek to evoke in my work.

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      • Hellzapoppin

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        from Brandon Thibodeaux Added 59 0 0

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        • Animus

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          from Brandon Thibodeaux Added 65 0 0

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          • I Know He Is, But What Am I? - I Am His

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            from Chad Thibodeaux Added 64 0 0

            Pastor Michael Cathey, Chapin Baptist Church

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            • Sandra Thibodeaux and Kevin Gillam - QPF 2011

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              from panic slowly Added 37 0 0

              Sandra invited Kevin onstage for the closing night. Great stuff

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              • "A Redfish Tale: The Watershed Story"

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                from Mobile Bay NEP Added 1,616 0 1

                “A Redfish Tale” is an entertaining movie created to help students understand the complex science of hypoxia, eutrophication and non-point source pollution. The film uses two talking redfish to put big words into simple, everyday lingo. Featuring redfish Jimbo and Thibodeaux, “the pair that cares,” the film helps an astonished young man understand how the everyday activities of humans impact our waters, estuaries, habitats and eventually, our own lives. He also learns how to make a difference in his daily behavior and gains a better appreciation of the world around him. The short film is made possible by a grant from the Gulf of Mexico Program. It is for use in schools and other educational organizations. Additional information and outreach resources are available at the MBNEP offices. Please contact Communications Specialist Joey Parker at: jparker@mobilebaynep.com or call 251.431.6409

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                • Takes All I've Got To Say Goodbye

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                  from Chalan Thibodeaux Added 552 0 0

                  written by Chalan Thibodeaux

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