1. Walking on Eggshells: Borrowing Culture in the Remix Age


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    "Walking on Eggshells" is a 24-minute documentary about appropriation, creative influence, re-use and intellectual property in the remix age. It is a conversation among various musicians, visual artists, writers and lawyers, all sharing their views on why and how we use and create culture, and how intellectual property law, originally designed to provide people with incentives to create, sometimes hinders creative production far more than it enhances it. This film is our final project for the seminar "Intellectual Property in the Digital Age" at Yale University. Directed and Produced by: Jacob Albert Ryan Beauchamp Brendan Schlagel Interviews with (in order of appearance): Eclectic Method DJ Earworm (Jordan Roseman) Joy Garnett Michael Cunningham Dudley Andrew DJ Ripley (Larisa Mann) Jonathan Lethem E. Michael Harrington Edgar Garcia This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

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    • Inscapes


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      Inscapes is an abstract animation film for neuroscientific purpose. It is seen by children (age of two to ten years) on a screen in front of them while they are in a brain scanner. Please visit headspacestudios.org/inscapes for more information about the film and its use in research, or to download the uncompressed movie. CREDITS Year: 2013 Client: Yale University Written by Tamara Vanderwal & Tobias S. Hoffmann Lead Creative Direction & Production: Tamara Vanderwal Art Direction & Animation: Tobias S. Hoffmann, Man-Made-Blossom Original Score and Performance: Jodi Vander Woude Sound Design: Gregg Leonard, Taro Entertainment Copyright 2013 Yale University

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      • Black and Cuba - Trailer VOD


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        An award-winning documentary that follows a group of street smart students who are outcast at their elite Ivy League university, band together, and adventure to the enigmatic Caribbean island of Cuba, whose population is 60% Black. Directed by Dr. Robin J. Hayes. Produced by Progressive Pupil.

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        • Students Dig In at Yale's Sustainable Farm


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          The Yale Sustainable Food Project was founded in 2001 by Alice Waters and members of the Yale faculty, and the Project now operates a one-acre organic farm in New Haven and directs a sustainable dining program at the university. During our visit, we met with Yale Sustainable Food Project Director Melina Shannon-DiPietro who told us about the explosion of interest in organic farming among students at Yale and across the country. For more information visit: http://www.yale.edu/sustainablefood/ For more videos visit: http://www.OrganicNation.tv Video produced by Dorothee Royal-Hedinger & Mark Andrew Boyer Music by: DOSH

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          • Bridging Waters: Creating a Peace Park on the River Jordan | Solomon/Wittman


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            Please Note: The opening caption that says "Israel" should say "Jerusalem". We apologize for this mistake. Creator/Producer: Sofy Solomon, Yale '09 Director/Cinematographer/Editor: Reid Wittman Yale '09 For one week in May 2008, leading architects from Yale University traveled to the Jordan-Israel border, in order to work with Israeli, Jordanian, and Palestinian architects and to help design the first Peace Park in the Middle East. Two Yale undergraduates followed the story with a camera, in attempts to capture this significant moment and share this unique story with others.

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            • The Milgram Experiment


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              Award-winning short film chronicling the true story the controversial "obedience experiment" of Professor Stanley Milgram at Yale University. Official selection at 2009 Salt Lake City Film Festival

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              • Winter Harvest at Yale's Greenhouse


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                Dorothee gets a tour of Yale's innovative one acre student-run organic farm. Yale Sustainable Food Project Director Melina Shannon-DiPietro explains techniques that allow students to harvest large quantities of fresh produce every season of the year. For more information visit: www.yale.edu/sustainablefood/ For more videos visit: OrganicNation.tv Video produced by Dorothee Royal-Hedinger & Mark Andrew Boyer

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                • Full Nightline Debate: Craig Gross and Donny Pauling vs. Ron Jeremy and Monique Alexander at Yale University


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                  On February 15th, 2008, Pastor Craig Gross, founder of XXXChurch.com and former porn producer Donny Pauling debated porn stars Ron Jeremy and Monique Alexander at Yale University on the topic of Pornography and its effects on society. This is the full debate (the version that aired was much shorter, of course, as it had to be edited to fit the Nightline ABC tv spot). Moderated by Martin Bashir. It aired on Nightline ABC and was titled, "Nightline Faceoff: Is America Addicted to Porn?"

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                  • She's Kind of Quiet


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                    What happens when the silent film world invades the day-to-day activities of college students? Presented by Bulldog Productions, directed by Russell Cohen, and written by Crystal Liu, the story follows a college student named Alan during the most stressful time of the year: finals. During this time, he encounters Lily, a quiet girl who doesn't say much of anything. Ever. But she does do this thing when she's nervous, something only Alan has been picking up on... | Bulldog Productions is Yale University's only undergraduate film production house. We foster a collaborative learning environment for film production as we as regularly produced organized short films, web series, and other creative content | info@bulldog-productions.com facebook.com/bulldog-productions twitter.com/yalebpfilms

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                    • News: Easy Street from "Hot Off The Press" (music video)


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                      News 'Easy Street' from "Hot Off The Press," available from Yoga Records at yogarecords.com/artists/news

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