Public Enemy #1by Lauren Galloway
A biography of the most beautiful man in the world. By seeing the details of my father's everyday life we begin to understand that he is more of a father and less a public enemy.
Parents Suck!An animated video poem by Kyle Ward and Alexa Akre, created through JuiceMedia at IFP Minnesota, 2014. Based on the original poem by Kyle Ward.
Stop Motion Summer Camp - Sweet War FINALIn our inaugural Stop Motion Animation Summer Camp, students learned basic stop motion animation techniques using cameras, props, drawing and crafts as they worked in groups to produce their own film scenes were compiled into one movie by HHMEC instructors. <br />
Students daily watched a series of short animated films and picked from a list of themes to pick the theme and topic for their movie (Superhero, Action Film, Comedy, etc). Students then worked in groups to create their own scenes for the film that they came up with entirely on their own. We then took each scene and combined them into one awesome movie. Check out "Sweet War: A Friendly Bowling Game Gone Wrong aka Caught In A Sticky Situation”, created by Allison, Hayden, Connor, Jackson, Aurora and Patrick!
EVOLUTION OF PRISONS: The Background for Decarcerate PAThe first video in this series, EVOLUTIONS explains the facts and figures and the history of the prison industrial complex, and why Decarcerate PA wants the system to change. // A collaborative production by Art Factory, PhillyCAM, Decarcerate PA.
This summer, Art Factory collaborated with Decarcerate PA and PhillyCAM for six weeks to make three short stop-motion videos to help people realize the grand actuality of the Prison Industrial Complex. PhillyCAM was gracious enough to let us use their equipment and their space while we planned, filmed, recorded and edited our 3 videos. Decarcerate PA helped us clear up the clouds by telling us more about what they do as well as the political and community results and consequences of mass incarceration. We hope that these pieces will shed light on the current situation, and inspire people to join the movement to stop the prison industry and reinvest in the community.
Dear JasonA documentary short by Jocelyn Ramirez, a student at Venice Arts. The film is an intimate portrait of the filmmaker's younger brother.<br />
Formed in 1993, Venice Arts is a California-based non-profit arts organization that is committed to providing high-level arts education for low-income youth in the areas of photography, filmmaking, and the visual arts. In addition to its core art mentoring programs, Venice Arts facilitates documentary projects regionally, nationally, and internationally. It is the philosophy of Venice Arts that self-expression, particularly through the arts, has the potential to transform and empower young people to see greater possibilities for themselves and for their communities.
Hand PoemCreated by Faith Christensen and Liza Unger as part of JuiceMedia, the after school program at IFP Minnesota, Fall 2013. Based on an original poem by Liza.