I found this video very inspiring, what a great project!
Across the planet documentary filmmakers, students, and inspired citizens will record the human experience over a 24-hour period. By participating in this historic event you will help capture the diversity of experiences of life on this planet. Together we will create a document that is a gift to the world.
Intern Edition is a web-based radio and multimedia program from National Public Radio. Produced entirely by interns three times each year, IE serves as a storytelling lab for public radioâ€™s next generation of contributors.
GREAT WORK AGAIN!!!!!! IMHO NPR is creating some of the best MM content across so many platforms it makes my head hurt. Keep it up.
Close to Home follows the story of a father broken from the loss of his son, and a daughter waiting for the father that she once had. Through his passionate advocacy to find his son’s murderer, Luis Marquez has lost sight of his family. The Marquez family now suffers the absence of a father, along with the brutal loss of a son. Luis’ daughter, Norma, expounds on the fragile mind-state of her father, and their tenuous relationship, as she sets up an altar welcoming Brian’s spirit back into the house on the traditional Mexican holiday of the Day of the Dead. Close to Home employs a haunting score, combined with black and white imagery to frame this story of a father trying to find a way to continue with life, and become the father he has always wanted to be.
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Truly CA Shorts is KQED’s monthly podcast of short documentary films by California filmmakers. Serious to absurd, the truth is always stranger than fiction!
In celebration of Earth Day I bring you this little piece of inspiration.Â This year marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, with events around the globe including a rally in Washington, D.C. The first Earth Day was organized by a small group of activists in Dupont Circle.
VIDEO: Megan Rossman – The Washington Post
Long March Home is a website that looks at veterans homelessness through articles, videos, and interactive graphics created by Charles Mostoller and Daniel Johnson-Kim, students at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.
The Freedom Forum Diversity Institute will offer two Multimedia Boot Camps for Journalism Professionals and Educators in August, 2010.
Registration is available immediately and on a first-come, first-served basis for all classes scheduled in 2010.
The multimedia training is tailored for journalists but open to anyone with an interest in multimedia storytelling, regardless of the individualâ€™s background. For an additional charge, successful participants can earn 3 college credits. The courses are accredited by the Media Studies Department of Belmont University, which awards the credits.
MULTIMEDIA CLASSES IN 2010:
â€¢ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Multimedia Boot Camp: Aug. 2-6, 2010
â€¢ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Multimedia Boot Camp: Aug. 11-15, 2010
â€¢ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Multimedia Boot Camp: Nov. 17-21, 2010
Where were these hidding?! Come on you guys.Â You gotta let me know about stuff like this. I just love these videos by Chris. Nice mood pieces.
“METTLE ON METAL”
Why should Canon get all the love? I thought this visual *poem* was a nice piece.
Using the new Nikon D3s for the first time, I made this video of a friend who has taken on the craft/art of blacksmithing. I hope you enjoy watching it as much as I did shooting and editing it.
For a few thoughts on the process and using the D3s visit my blog richaddicks.wordpress.com/2010/03/18/mettle-on-metal/
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