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- Michelle García partnered with the National Black Programming Consortium to launch theBorder Mobile Journalism Collective. Citizen journalists are working on short, video snapshots from the perspective of the people who live, work and celebrate on the embattled borderline, a place they call home. Reports will be featured on the soon-to-be launched NBPC channel and published by the Rio Grande Guardian.
- Read t21′s Steffie Kinglake interview here!
- CAMERAMAN: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff starts 2011 at the Palm Springs International Film Festival followed by festivals in Ireland and England.
“There is no strict border in any form, everything can be combined, everything is possible.”
– Filmmaker, Robert Seidel
I love the way independent media pours onto the internet after some major event, and in the case of the snow storm, it is such a photogenic subject.
I came home last night and wheeled rolling luggage 2 blocks through the snow. This is a great time-lapse taken with a Canon DLSR on tripod with remote timer taking a photo once every five minutes. It’s 20 hours of footage shown in 40 seconds from the Blizzard of 2010. Fun.
“As filmmakers we knew we had the huge responsibility to tell this important but not so hip story, in a manner that would have a universal appeal.” –Jim Bigham, Director and Producer
We’re starting the week off with the catchy beats of a unique band of musicians and singers! Then explore the beauty and mystery of science with our art video feature on Thursday.
A talented group of musicians dream of achieving success while facing obstacles of mental and physical disabilities.
In our featured clip, the band performs for a group of school children who learn more about the band members during a visit to their workplace, Goodwill Industries.
Chirality is a scientific term describing a structure that is not identical to its mirror image.
Bring in the New Year with this video of the Chiral installation that premiered in MOCA Taipei, with an accompanying soundtrack from Austrian composer Richard Eigne.
“Pretty much all Afghans we met were very friendly to us with complete strangers often offering Franklin Dow (the film’s cinematographer) and myself cups of chai and even lunch.” — Filmamker, Orlando von Einsiedel
Happy Holidays! To spread the warmth of the holiday spirit, t21 is featuring films about generous people who are making a difference by helping those in need and providing them with hope for a better tomorrow. Enjoy.
Skateistan tells the unusual and moving story of an international charity project that uses the sport of skateboarding as a way to help children and teens cope with life in a war zone and aspire to create a brighter future for their country.
This film is shown in collaboration with the UnderWire Film Festival .
c. Jacob Simkin
Serving both body and spirit, the Rescue Mission of Trenton, New Jersey is the place of last resort for people who are hungry, homeless, and/or drug addicted in the Trenton community. We are featuring this inspirational short piece in its entirety.