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1. Millennial Mom's POV evening routine

Millennial Mom's  POV evening routine

Director Mike Edgell 76 Brand Films Here’s some background on our shop, starting with a montage of video projects we have created for the brands you see attached: https://vimeo.com/129913815 We bring a unique ability to humanize brands, and tell stories in creative ways, which is why our team has won 26 awards for our clients in the last six years including two- time Official Honoree from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. We’re called on to tell stories across North America. It’s why the global technology head of Qualcomm (a $110 Billion company) called on us to make a video about the future of cars. And why General Motors and Toyota tapped into our expertise to tell their innovation stories. It’s also why Government and smaller companies trust us when ROI is make or break. And why we were trusted with seven flagship brands under Johnson & Johnson (NEUTROGENA®, AVEENO®, TYLENOL® Adult + Kids, MOTRIN® Adult + Kids, TYLENOL® Nighttime, BAND-AID®, POLYSPORIN®, REACTINE®, LISTERINE®, : J-BABY®, AVEENO BABY®) We get called on when a lot is at stake. When video storytelling is required based on strategy, creativity and craft. Unlike many production companies, we do more than “bake the cake.” Our understanding of brand, creative strategy and storytelling science gives us a big advantage in creating compelling and effective content. We also cross over seamlessly between the more glossy worlds of digital commercial production and edgy, journalism-based documentary. And from live action to animation. Explore what we make here 76brandfilms.com


2. Making It

  • Published: 2014-09-18T15:45:33+00:00
  • Duration: 164
  • By StoryCorps
Making It

Noe Rueda grew up poor in Little Village, a neighborhood on Chicago's West Side. As young as 8 years old, Noe often relied on his entrepreneurial talents to help his mom and three siblings make ends meet. At StoryCorps, Noe tells his high school teacher Alex Fernandez about his childhood, and Alex shares his dreams for Noe's future. Funding provided by: Corporation for Public Broadcasting The Ford Foundation In partnership with POV Directed by: The Rauch Brothers Art Direction: Bill Wray Producers: Lizzie Jacobs & Mike Rauch Animation: Tim Rauch Audio Produced by: Michael Garofalo & Katie Simon Supervising Sound Recordist: Daniel Littlewood Music: Fredrik Label: The Kora Records Publisher: House of Hassle


3. Dyan comes home

  • Published: 2016-11-17T18:32:30+00:00
  • Duration: 242
  • By Robert Fuqua
Dyan comes home

This video represents the next chapter in the now near four-year-old story of our church's ministry to refugees in a North Fort Worth complex. A ministry that began with two of our elder wives, Mary Claire and Molly coming alongside the Sudanese woman in this video, now has over a hundred vetted volunteers serving the diaspora in our region. And, hundreds more participating annually in coat drives, back pack drives, and many opportunities through the year to engage with these families around food and fun. Xenophobia is nowhere in the heart of God. He is all about the nations! And, His people are called to be as well. For me, this video is a testament to what can happen when God's people respond in simple, yet sacrificial obedience to God's call on the Church, His Bride, to engage and embrace people of all tongues and tribes. There are nuances in this video most people will miss that to me signal the fingerprint of God. One of them for me is the advertising display hanging over the baggage carousel in the background of the shot when Dyan embraces his wife for the first time in four years. Though many ads were looping endlessly on that monitor, at that very moment the ad read, "Where Dreams take their Course". Another special moment for me was when Dyan dropped to the floor overwhelmed in gratitude toward God, and my camera POV inadvertently became the POV of his three children, at times framed by the side of his son's head. In the background of that shot you see Mary Claire and Molly's husbands with their four sons, American playmates of Dyan's children, transfixed on the miracle for which they themselves prayed these past years. The final image of this video of Dyan embracing His son, is framed by Mary Claire and Molly's tearful faces. In the distant background is an Algerian refugee family who had just arrived with Dyan. The man with them in the maroon shirt is a staffer for World Relief, another refugee ministry in Fort Worth with whom we serve. A piece of the video that remains in my minds eye, yet in the interest of time lies on the cutting room floor, is a moment when this Algerian mom in the hijab goes over to Dyan's wife and embraces her, greeting each of her children with encouraging words offered in a mutual tongue they share, but which I didn't recognize. What I did recognize however was a shared joy emerging from a shared pain and anguish. And that my friends is the ultimate and beautiful paradox of this four minute glimpse into a shared four-year experience. May this video help you share in their joy and worship the Author and Perfecter of our faith, who for the Joy set before Him endured the cross that the nations might come to enjoy Him forever.


4. Shooting Skammekrogen - Oculus Rift + Go Pro & Unity 3D

  • Published: 2013-11-24T23:42:29+00:00
  • Duration: 160
  • By Dark Matters
Shooting Skammekrogen - Oculus Rift + Go Pro & Unity 3D

A rough 3 minutes edit from the shooting of “Skammekrogen” a shortfilm for the Oculus Rift. The story of a "cosy" family dinner. Seen from the POV og mom, dad, little brother, big brother and his new girlfriend. Skammekrogen is filmed from 5 personal point of views with wide angle lenses, allowing for a 180 panorama in the Oculus Rift. It will premiere at the Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen Contemporary Art Centre, as an installation with the family dinner table and 5 Oculus Rift virtual reality goggles. The film-installation is funded by The Danish Film Institute & Bikuben Fonden. And created by Johan Knattrup, Mads Damsbo & Dark Matters + a very talented crew. http://www.makropol.dk http://www.hanhan.dk http://www.darkmatters.dk Credits: Johan Knattrup Jensen, Filminstruktør Mads Damsbo, Medieinstruktør og producer, Makropol Rune Brink Hansen, Oplevelses design, Dark Matters Lasse Andersen, Oplevelses design, Dark Matters Louise Rathje,Scenograf Rie Hougaard Landgren, Scenograf assistent Anders Wøldike, Line producer Tim Garbos og Jesper Taxbøl, Programmør, Kanako Bo Asdal Andersen, Tonemester Morten Mygind, 3d Lyd Allan Lukow - Allan O Lükow, Stereorig Ayoe Nissen, Kostume, Sminke Camilla Nordbjerg Olsen, Kostume, Sminke Andree Knutsson, VFX Noah Lynnerup, Lysmester Sarah Wessman, Produktions assistent Talib Rasmussen, Fotograf konsulent Kasper Bundvad, DIT Daniel Borgman, Instruktør assistent Michael Holm, Stereokonsulent Cast: Sofie Stougaard, Mor / Karen Benjamin Engell, Jakob Sebastian Teschemacher, Julius Katrine Bruun, Maya Ole Boisen, Far / Palle Tak til: Lisbeth Malmberg Redrental Naja Lund Schmidt Peter og Bettina Damsbo Ida Kjær Sejrsen & Jonathan Jungløv, Dark Matters Linea Holmqvist Filmgear


5. Virus Tropical - Trailer

  • Published: 2017-10-30T20:32:35+00:00
  • Duration: 106
  • By Timbo
Virus Tropical - Trailer

Santiago Caicedo, Powerpaola Colombia, 2017, 96 min 14+ Paola nació en una familia tradicional colombiana, o al menos eso es lo que tratan de mostrarle al mundo. El papá fue sacerdote, la mamá es vidente y las hermanas no son precisamente lo que sus padres esperaban. Esta es la historia de una joven que lucha por su independencia en un contexto difícil, donde abundan estereotipos y apariencias, la vida de una mujer dibujante latinoamericana que se rehúsa a aceptar los cánones impuestos y que aprende a vivir trazo a trazo. Con una visión muy personal del mundo, esta niña es testigo y protagonista de una sucesión de pequeñas crisis a las que va haciendo frente, moldeando su personalidad. Adapted from the graphic novel memoir by Colombian-Ecuadorian cartoonist Powerpaola, Virus Tropical is a thoughtful and deeply affecting coming-of-age story that begins on the night Paola is conceived – in a stylized but anatomically complete sequence that sets the tone for the film’s matter-of-fact exploration of sexuality and family – and ends with her striking out on her own as a young adult. Over the intervening years we accompany Paola, the youngest of three daughters raised by a mostly single mom, as she gropes and fumbles her way through friendships, new schools, clunky romances, and various domestic dramas. Scrappy DIY black and white animation and lo-fi Latin-indie score lend a lovingly idiosyncratic charm to a film that brings forth a unique and utterly refreshing girl’s POV perspective. By the end you have formed a gentle intimacy with this family and are happy to have spent time together. ___________________________ Festivals - Lison Hervé - lison@stray-dogs.com Executive Producer - Carolina Barrera - carolina@timboestudio.com Acquisitions - Inge de Leeuw - inge@stray-dogs.com Sales - Rafaëlle Lalé - rafaelle@stray-dogs.com Press - Velvet Voice - Laboratorios Black Velvet Director of communications - Jaime E. Manrique - tercionegro@gmail.com / jaime@lbv.co Press officer: Angela Canizales +57 3103492415 – +57 313 466 0515 - angela@lbv.co Media coordinator - Mara Kolb +57 300 3001561 - mara@lbv.co Coordinator of contents: Emilia Villalobos +57 208428907 - emilia@lbv.co www.virustropical.com


6. M-Net Superheroes

M-Net Superheroes

True to Orijin’s inimitable VFX diction, the “SuperHeroes Rock Up” campaign conceptualised for M-Net Movies, delivered a Theme-piece showcasing a visual smorgasbord of the SuperHero movies featured during October. With the narrative woven around a husband’s tall tale of why he arrived home late (again) from work – and just 2 weeks of VFX Production - we created a realistic rendition of our character interacting with something as imaginary as the SuperHeroes, with a true South African sense of humor. From filming within buildings/neighbourhoods/ green screen studios/a special head-cam for POV cuts – to building a 3D Taxi - this action filled, highly impactfull Launch Promo extended to Weekly line up Promos, Countdown Stings, a series of both Online and traditional advertising media such as Billboards, Magazine advertisements, Internal branding on Sliding Doors – a Through The Line campaign delivered in record time. Since the launch numerous tweets gave us the “thumbs up” to its success. CREDITS Client: M-Net Movies: Pierre Cloete - Director, Kay Motuba - Head of Marketing, Justin Jacobie - Brand Manager Production: Orijin Concept: Orijin Script: Orijin, Liezl-Mari van Rensburg Executive Producers: Rudy Sennett / Haddad Viljoen / Kobus Kotze Director Shoot: Kobus Kotze Assistant Director Shoot: Dillon Govendor Creative Director: Eddie van Rensburg Art Director Shoot: Letitia Lerm Directors Post: Eddie Van Rensburg, Rudy Sennett Producer: Haddad Viljoen Assistant Producers: Tarryn Gargan, Katelyn Gerke VFX Shoot Supervisors: Eddie Van Rensburg, Rudy Sennett Make-Up & Hair Stylist: Brigitte Lammers Wardrobe: Anel Kleynhans Panoramic HDRs: Rudy Sennett Helmet Cam POV DOP: Rudy Sennett Security: Castro Tsuma DIT: Jane Thompson Styleframes: Eddie Van Rensburg 3D Artists: James Elgie, Charl Joubert, Daniel Luz Rotoscoping & Tracking: Charl Joubert, Daniel Luz, Romario Sanchez, Mzolisi Pitolo VFX Artists: Eddie Van Rensburg, Kim Pinto, Daniel Luz, Eaton Crous, James Elgie, Charl Joubert, Romario Sanchez, Mzolisi Pitolo Editor: Jane Thomson Grading and Colour: Eddie Van Rensburg Logo Animation: Eddie Van Rensburg DOP: Jaco Jansen Gaffer: Theuns du Plessis Spark: Patrick Focus Puller: Werner Grobbelaar Sound: Mike Brink Grip: Meshack Molope Behind The Scenes Shoot: Eduan Kitching Sound Design: Gareth Wharton Music: Gareth Wharton Cast: Dad: Simpiwe Hlabangane Mom: Zandile Msutwana Gogo: Beaulah Hashe Boy: Mudiwa 'Didi' Ndimande www.orijin.co.za


7. M-Net Movies Superheroes Rock Up This October

  • Published: 2013-09-17T12:23:13+00:00
  • Duration: 90
  • By Jane Thomson
M-Net Movies Superheroes Rock Up This October

The “Superheroes Rock Up” campaign conceptualised for M-Net Movies, delivered a theme-piece showcasing a visual smorgasbord of the SuperHero movies featured during October. With the narrative woven around a husband’s tall tale of why he arrived home late (again) from work – and just 2 weeks of VFX Production - we created a realistic rendition of our character interacting with something as imaginary as the SuperHeroes, with a true South African sense of humor. From filming within buildings/neighbourhoods/ green screen studios/a special head-cam for POV cuts – to building a 3D Taxi - this action filled, highly impactful launch promo extended to weekly line up promos, countdown stings, a series of both online and traditional advertising media such as billboards, magazine advertisements, Internal branding on sliding doors – a through the line campaign delivered in record time. Since the launch numerous tweets gave us the “thumbs up” to its success. CREDITS Client: M-Net Movies: Pierre Cloete - Director, Kay Motuba - Head of Marketing, Justin Jacobie - Brand Manager Production: Orijin Concept: Orijin Script: Orijin, Liezl-Mari van Rensburg Executive Producers: Rudy Sennett / Haddad Viljoen / Kobus Kotze Director Shoot: Kobus Kotze Director Shoot: Dillon Govendor Creative Director: Eddie van Rensburg Art Director Shoot: Letitia Lerm Directors Post: Eddie Van Rensburg, Rudy Sennett Producer: Haddad Viljoen Assistant Producers: Tarryn Gargan, Katelyn Gerke VFX Shoot Supervisors: Eddie Van Rensburg, Rudy Sennett Make-Up & Hair Stylist: Brigitte Lammers Wardrobe: Anel Kleynhans Panoramic HDRs: Rudy Sennett Helmet Cam POV DOP: Rudy Sennett Security: Castro Tsuma DIT: Jane Thomson Style frames: Eddie Van Rensburg 3D Artists: James Elgie, Charl Joubert, Daniel Luz Rotoscoping & Tracking: Charl Joubert, Daniel Luz, Romario Sanchez, Mzolisi Pitolo VFX Artists: Eddie Van Rensburg, Kim Pinto, Daniel Luz, Eaton Crous, James Elgie, Charl Joubert, Romario Sanchez, Mzolisi Pitolo Editor: Jane Thomson Grading and Colour: Eddie Van Rensburg Logo Animation: Eddie Van Rensburg DOP: Jaco Jansen Gaffer: Theuns du Plessis Spark: Patrick Focus Puller: Werner Grobbelaar Sound: Mike Brink Grip: Meshack Molope Behind The Scenes Shoot: Eduan Kitching Sound Design: Gareth Wharton Cast: Dad: Simpiwe Hlabangane Mom: Zandile Msutwana Gogo: Beaulah Hashe Boy: Mudiwa 'Didi' Ndimande


8. VIRUS TROPICAL - 3D ANAGLYPH TRAILER

  • Published: 2018-03-25T23:48:17+00:00
  • Duration: 106
  • By Timbo
VIRUS TROPICAL - 3D ANAGLYPH TRAILER

Santiago Caicedo, Powerpaola Colombia, 2017, 96 min Recommended ages 14+ Adapted from the graphic novel memoir by Colombian-Ecuadorian cartoonist Powerpaola, Virus Tropical is a thoughtful and deeply affecting coming-of-age story that begins on the night Paola is conceived – in a stylized but anatomically complete sequence that sets the tone for the film’s matter-of-fact exploration of sexuality and family – and ends with her striking out on her own as a young adult. Over the intervening years we accompany Paola, the youngest of three daughters raised by a mostly single mom, as she gropes and fumbles her way through friendships, new schools, clunky romances, and various domestic dramas. Scrappy DIY black and white animation and lo-fi Latin-indie score lend a lovingly idiosyncratic charm to a film that brings forth a unique and utterly refreshing girl’s POV perspective. By the end you have formed a gentle intimacy with this family and are happy to have spent time together. Comment: Film contains frank depictions of nudity, sex, childbirth, and recreational drug use. ___________________________ Festivals - Lison Hervé - lison@stray-dogs.com Executive Producer - Carolina Barrera - carolina@timboestudio.com Acquisitions - Inge de Leeuw - inge@stray-dogs.com Sales - Rafaëlle Lalé - rafaelle@stray-dogs.com Communications Director: Jaime Manrique - jaime@lbv.co Press officer: Angela Canizalez - 310 3492415/313 4660515 - angela@lbv.co Media coordinator: Catalina Sierra - 301 7864206 - catalina@lbv.co Tels Bogotá: (57 1) 2 321857 - 300 18 47 - 300 18 48 virustropical.com


9. Extreme Commuting 4.2

  • Published: 2013-07-25T03:12:31+00:00
  • Duration: 362
  • By Jeff Meyer
Extreme Commuting 4.2

You can spare six minutes for this.... A hair-raising POV bicycle tour of some of the world's most dangerous intersections and traffic circles. I am told that I should emphasize that every second of these videos are shot with me riding a bicycle, not a motorbike. The bike I'm riding is made from bamboo and does not coast (bike nerds call this type of bicycle a "fixie"). Making these videos is NOT something I recommend doing unless you have a lot of experience riding a bicycle in traffic. It took me two years to gain the experience and work up the nerve to ride like this. I ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET -otherwise my mom would fly to Vietnam and strangle me. The inspiration for this particular video came from an article posted on NPR.com entitled "The Most Dangerous Traffic Circle in the World?" by Robert Krulwich, showing photographer Rob Whitworth's amazing time lapse of HCMC traffic. I thought it might be fun to show the same traffic from the level of the street. Thanks to System of a Down and Motorhead (I couldn't resist) for the jams. They own this music.


10. Cass McCombs - "Run Sister Run"

  • Published: 2016-11-22T18:49:53+00:00
  • Duration: 367
  • By Anti Records
Cass McCombs -

"Run Sister Run" by Cass McCombs from the album 'Mangy Love,' available now Order here: https://lnk.to/CassMcCombs Official Site: http://cassmccombs.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CassMcCombs Twitter: https://twitter.com/cassmccombs Director: Rachael Pony Cassells Producer: Malcolm Pullinger Field Producer: Tracie Léost Camera: Rachael Pony Cassells Production Assistance: Pamela Léost and Donald Halldorson With thanks to: Neil Léost and Joyce Halldorson Run Sister Run director’s statement The video for Run Sister Run was made in collaboration with young Indigenous leader, activist and athlete Tracie Léost and her family. Run Sister Run brought to my mind thoughts of great female athletes ¬ their discipline, strength and accomplishment, the ritual of preparation before a race. Running can be a powerful political act and tool for change. I remember Australian Aboriginal runner Cathy Freeman’s 2000 Olympic win and victory lap carrying both the Australian and Aboriginal flag and how much impact that one run had (and the great controversy that ensued questioning her right to carry the Aboriginal flag at The Olympics which only recognized the Australian national flag.) Listening to Run Sister Run, I remembered reading an article a friend had forwarded me about Tracie’s solo 115km Journey of Hope run for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada last year. Her run was a rally cry against then Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s repeated denial of a proposed public inquiry into MMIW in Canada. She was to me the embodiment of the archetype of the runner as messenger and therefore as protector. Her strength and determination is very inspiring. I remembered reading about Tracie’s feet being shredded from blisters on the first day of her run and how she kept going by running a day in traditional moccasins to allow her blisters to heal. I contacted her and asked if I she would re¬trace her run’s path for the Run Sister Run video. She agreed and is such a natural leader, she also became my location producer, enlisting her whole family to help. We filmed her from her mom’s truck with her mom driving. Her grandfather built a perfect rig to further steady my camera from hay bales and blankets and rode along in the car while we filmed. We stayed at her grandparents house for the first leg of filming, the Métis flag featured in the video was in their yard. Tracie’s father joined us for the Winnipeg leg of the filming so we had almost all of her original Journey of Hope support and logistics crew involved in helping me re¬create her journey for the video. The history of women running in film contains so many images of women filmed from behind, running in fear filmed from the p.o.v of an attacker. It was important to me to not add to the visual history of women running in fear and only film Tracie running forward towards the camera looking forward, her body fearlessly re¬claiming public space.


11. MUSIC VIDEO: Run Sister Run - Cass McCombs (US Vogue Premiere, Anti Records)

MUSIC VIDEO: Run Sister Run - Cass McCombs (US Vogue Premiere, Anti Records)

Music Video for Cass McCombs' song Run Sister Run premiered by US VOGUE: http://www.vogue.com/13505699/cass-mccombs-video-premiere-run-sister-run-tracie-lost/ Run Sister Run director’s statement The video for Run Sister Run was made in collaboration with young Indigenous leader, activist and athlete Tracie Léost and her family. Run Sister Run brought to my mind thoughts of great female athletes ¬ their discipline, strength and accomplishment, the ritual of preparation before a race. Running can be a powerful political act and tool for change. I remember Australian Aboriginal runner Cathy Freeman’s 2000 Olympic win and victory lap carrying both the Australian and Aboriginal flag and how much impact that one run had (and the great controversy that ensued questioning her right to carry the Aboriginal flag at The Olympics which only recognized the Australian national flag.) Listening to Run Sister Run, I remembered reading an article a friend had forwarded me about Tracie’s solo 115km Journey of Hope run for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada last year. Her run was a rally cry against then Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s repeated denial of a proposed public inquiry into MMIW in Canada. She was to me the embodiment of the archetype of the runner as messenger and therefore as protector. Her strength and determination is very inspiring. I remembered reading about Tracie’s feet being shredded from blisters on the first day of her run and how she kept going by running a day in traditional moccasins to allow her blisters to heal. I contacted her and asked if I she would re¬trace her run’s path for the Run Sister Run video. She agreed and is such a natural leader, she also became my location producer, enlisting her whole family to help. We filmed her from her mom’s truck with her mom driving. Her grandfather built a perfect rig to further steady my camera from hay bales and blankets and rode along in the car while we filmed. We stayed at her grandparents house for the first leg of filming, the Métis flag featured in the video was in their yard. Tracie’s father joined us for the Winnipeg leg of the filming so we had almost all of her original Journey of Hope support and logistics crew involved in helping me re¬create her journey for the video. The history of women running in film contains so many images of women filmed from behind, running in fear filmed from the p.o.v of an attacker. It was important to me to not add to the visual history of women running in fear and only film Tracie running forward towards the camera looking forward, her body fearlessly re¬claiming public space. Director: Rachael Pony Cassells Producer: Rachael Cassells / Malcolm Pullinger Field Producer: Tracie Léost Camera: Rachael Pony Cassells Editor: Rachael Pony Cassells Production Assistance: Pamela Léost and Donald Halldorson With thanks to: Neil Léost and Joyce Halldorson


12. The Uninvited Reel 3 V5-13

  • Published: 2013-11-06T18:23:10+00:00
  • Duration: 855
  • By .
The Uninvited Reel 3 V5-13

Reel3 Spotting Notes 5/14/2008 3M12v4 00:38 ANNA AND ALEX GO SWIMMING 03:00:08:00 03:00:46:10 SCORE Underscore Vid Ver: 5.13 Status: Mixed Start TOP OF REEL... End MUSIC IS OUT AS THEY HIT THE WATER Comments 5.05 NO CHANGES 5.13 NO CHANGES Recorded v4.09 3M14 v4 01:36 MATT AND ANNA ON DOCK/FAUCET 03:01:53:23 03:03:30:02 SCORE Underscore Vid Ver: 5.13 Status: Mixed Recorded v4.09 Start ON DOCK MATT IS TALKING TO ANNA ...MUSIC STARTS OVER MED ANNA AFTER MATT..."I EVEN WENT LOOKING FOR YOU ..." End MUSIC IS OUT IN LIVING ROOM AS ANNA LOOKS AT DAD AND RACHEL Comments 5.05 NEW START NO CHANGES 5.13 NO CHANGES 3M15v4 00:43 ANNA GETS DRAWN TO BOATHOUSE 03:04:36:11 03:05:18:26 SCORE Underscore Vid Ver: 5.13 Status: Mixed Recorded v4.09 Start IN DAD'S LIBRARY ANNA FINDS BROKEN PAPER WEIGHT. ..MUSIC STARTS OVER CLOSE ANNA AFTER SHE HEAR'S O.S. MOM'S BELL End .MUSIC TAILS AS ANNA ENTERS THE BOATHOUSE AND IS OUT BY CUT HER POV Comments 5.05 NEW START-AT 05.01.03. LOST 4:06-MADE EDIT FOR APPROVAL 5.13-SAME START-AT 05.01.03 ADDED :26 FRAMES 3M16v4 01:50 MOM VISITS ANNA IN BOATHOUSE 03:05:30:26 03:07:21:04 SCORE Underscore Vid Ver: 5.13 Status: Approved Start ANNA ENTERS BOATHOUSE. ..MUSIC STARTS ON CUT FLOOR AS WE SEE HAND. End MUSIC TAILS ACROSS CUT EXT. EXTERIOR HOUSE ON LAKE AND IS OUT UNDER ALEX'S OX. Comments 5.05 3 SECONDS SHORTER 5.1-3 NEW START TIME ONLY 3M17v4 00:43 ANNA AND RACHEL DRIVE TO TOWN 03:08:49:04 03:09:32:06 SCORE Underscore Vid Ver: 5.13 Status: Approved Start IN BATHROOM ...MUSIC STARTS OVER ALEX AND ANNA PRE-LAPPING CUT RACHEL AND ANNA DRIVING End MUSIC TAILS IN DINER OVER ANNA AS SHE NOTICES RACHEL'S PEARLS Comments 5.05-9 SECONDS SHORTER 5.13 NEW START TIME ONLY 3M1Bv4 00:30 ANNA SEES CHILD GHOSTS IN DINER 03:10:47:23 03:11:18:01 SCORE Underscore Vid Ver: 5.13 Status: Approved Start IN DINER, ANNA AND RACHEL ARE EATING...MUSIC STARTS ON CUT MED. CLOSE ANNA AS CAM PUSHES IN... End MUSIC IS OUT WHEN RACHEL STARTLES ANNA OUT OF HER APPARITION ... Comments 5.05- NEW START-SAME LENGTH- AT 11.13.20 ADDED SHOT OF GIRL FALLING OUT OF GARBAGE BAG FROM 1M03. 5.13 NEW START TIME ONLY 3M19C/Ov4 02:12 ANNA VISITS MATT IN STOCK ROOM Changeover 03:11:54:19 04:00:32:13 SCORE Underscore Vid Ver: R3-v4-5/13 Status: Approved Thomas Milano Start IN GROCERY STORE...MUSIC STARTS OVER REAR ANNA WALKING AWAY FROM CAM. End MUSIC CROSSES REEL 4. Comments 5.05-NEWVISUAL START-INTERNAL CHANGES-AT 13.05.06 ADDED 1:23-AT 13.22.06 ADDED :16 FRAMES. 5.13 NEW START TIME ONLY


13. Dekasegi_Teaser

Dekasegi_Teaser

Dekasegi/Decasségui: a Japanese term that has been imported into Brazilian Portuguese. It is used to describe someone working away from their home, implying a temporary stay in another country. In Brazil, home to the largest Japanese community outside Japan, it denotes a Brazilian of Japanese ancestry who has moved to Japan due to economic uncertainty at home through a policy that offers residency to Brazilians who can prove at least fourth generation Japanese ancestry. From the Japanese perspective, no matter how long the dekasegi stays or how Japanese they look, they remain a foreigner. -- What is a homogeneous nation, reticent to encourage immigration, to do in the face of an aging population and a labour shortage? In the case of Japan, the response was to open a pathway for South Americans – mainly the Brazilian-Japanese offspring of settlers who left in the 1800s - to come to rural Japan to fill the open positions in the manufacturing and auto sectors. Japanese policymakers predicted an easy transition for these returnees to Japanese society, which has not exactly happened. Dekasegi is a 90 minutes POV film that follows an immigrant family attempting to navigate life in Japan. Rural Japanese schools now have many children who speak only Portuguese or Spanish, who must quickly adapt to the rigid education system and societal expectations. Teachers struggle to communicate with their students’ families, and tensions run high in rural communities unaccustomed to outsiders. The story will be carried by the voices of the parents of the two families, the principal, the teacher, and the Japanese-Brazilian social worker in the city of Iga, Mie Prefecture. Iga is a city of 90,000 people, with very few remaining young people – or any people- willing to work in the factories. Thousands of years old, it is the birthplace of famed poet Matsuo Basho. The people who live here are deeply traditional and take pride in their heritage. Jonathan is a 12-year-old Brazilian boy who emigrated 4 years ago with his mother. His family is struggling, as his mom is a single mother who speaks only Portuguese and works long hours in a factory assembling small appliances. The camera follows Ana as she describes feeling hounded constantly by Jonathan’s school for documents and requests for money for things she considers inessential. Visibly foreign, they face discrimination and misunderstanding. Ana is labeled lazy and irresponsible by Jonathan’s sixth-grade teacher, and Jonathan is lectured in front of his classmates for his mother’s refusal to pay his school lunch fees. We follow him as he makes the huge jump to Middle School, which is much more academically challenging. Will he be able to adapt? Next, we see the school principal as she speaks to the problems the school faces as more and more Brazilian children enter the school, and sixth grade teacher Mr. Ueda describes the struggles he has in his class of 34 students including 9 Brazilian and Peruvian children, juxtaposed with the benefit the other children receive by having them in the class. This film seeks to illustrate the struggles of multiculturalism as it begins, and to argue that concessions have to be made on both sides as differing groups of people endeavour to live together and create a new future for Japan. It is my hope that the film will spark discussions about what multiculturalism looks like in the face of globalization, and what we can learn from each other. Some questions that will be raised include: How much should local people accommodate newly-arrived residents? To what extent should newcomers be expected to adopt local customs? As the population of Japan continues to age and the countryside continues to hollow out, this matter will become even more pressing.


14. "A Talk with Mom" by Julius (POV 2018)

  • Published: 2018-01-25T22:36:59+00:00
  • Duration: 202
  • By BB&N School

15. Ohio 1819 to 1803 Washington DC - Emperor of China

  • Published: 2013-01-28T00:24:09+00:00
  • Duration: 487
  • By Gordon Kraft
Ohio 1819 to 1803 Washington DC - Emperor of China

Washington DC and Sandusky Ohio were designed by the Mason's and were built using the Compass and Square. I wondered where the streets in my hometown of Sandusky might go if I used them as the Line of Sight (POV) since I am a Sagittarius (the Archer). Then my mom had some table lamps and art from China... A few years ago before she passed away she gave me a Emperor of China? She said they represented the Terra Cotta Warriors that were found in China with their Emperor. A movie exists called the Dragon Emperor (The Mummy series). Then I found the Emperor of China in our Family Tree info connect to MacFarlane? Scotland is Chinese, get out the Scotch! My mothers family are definitely from Scotland, and there was no question that she was Scottish! Then we have Vikings and Saxon's in our family. So the National Geographic show about the DNA history of mankind. Seems to make sense.


16. My Mom's a Doctor TV :30

My Mom's a Doctor TV :30

http://www.pov-rose.com/ POV-Rose Media created this TV Spot featuring a child reading his school essay about his mom the doc. Produced for ad agency Latorra, Paul & McCann for Clifton Springs Hospital. Doug Potter, Producer/Creative Director, Jeffrey Mead, Director/DP.


17. Leaving Eden - What Ashley Saw

  • Published: 2017-03-06T01:36:19+00:00
  • Duration: 562
  • By POV Einstein
Leaving Eden - What Ashley Saw

Leaving Eden is a series by POV Einstein - Greg Batiansila about a pastor's life. In this episode, Ashley, a divorced mom who has fallen in love with the vicar, seeks advice from her dad.


18. AME TV - CP Kelley

  • Published: 2015-08-01T03:45:39+00:00
  • Duration: 3060
  • By Jason Dowd
AME TV - CP Kelley

We go to the home of Country Music Recording Artist CP Kelley and get an upclose and personal look into his life. You’ll learn about his near death experience, his ability to overcome the obstacles and pursue his career singing. We discuss his new album “Evolution” http://cpkelleymusic.com We feature the music video from Aiyana Lee Anderson “On Top of the World”. This is an original song she wrote with her mom and co-writers when she was 10. The now 14 year old is working to produce her first EP. Anderson is the grand daughter of famed music legend Jimmy Ruffin and niece of David Ruffin the lead singer on “My Girl”. Combined with the talents of her mom she comes from a rich line of talented individuals. Ever want to see the Magic Kingdom? We take you through the park and take you on two POV rides through Splash Mountain and It’s A Small World.


19. Augusta Gone Version: Mom's POV (Lifetime)


20. Millennial Mom's POV morning routine

Millennial Mom's  POV morning routine

Director Mike Edgell 76 Brand Films Here’s some background on our shop, starting with a montage of video projects we have created for the brands you see attached: https://vimeo.com/129913815 We bring a unique ability to humanize brands, and tell stories in creative ways, which is why our team has won 26 awards for our clients in the last six years including two- time Official Honoree from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. We’re called on to tell stories across North America. It’s why the global technology head of Qualcomm (a $110 Billion company) called on us to make a video about the future of cars. And why General Motors and Toyota tapped into our expertise to tell their innovation stories. It’s also why Government and smaller companies trust us when ROI is make or break. And why we were trusted with seven flagship brands under Johnson & Johnson (NEUTROGENA®, AVEENO®, TYLENOL® Adult + Kids, MOTRIN® Adult + Kids, TYLENOL® Nighttime, BAND-AID®, POLYSPORIN®, REACTINE®, LISTERINE®, : J-BABY®, AVEENO BABY®) We get called on when a lot is at stake. When video storytelling is required based on strategy, creativity and craft. Unlike many production companies, we do more than “bake the cake.” Our understanding of brand, creative strategy and storytelling science gives us a big advantage in creating compelling and effective content. We also cross over seamlessly between the more glossy worlds of digital commercial production and edgy, journalism-based documentary. And from live action to animation. Explore what we make here 76brandfilms.com


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