Rebuilding in Miniature by Veena Rao


Ali Alamedy, an Iraqi artist living in Turkey after being forced to leave his country, creates detailed dioramas of places he has read about but has never been.

Part of Season 6 of the New York Times Op-Docs series. Read the story here: nyti.ms/2tlQuOh

Director/Producer/Editor: Veena Rao
Featuring: Ali Alamedy
Camera: Veena Rao
Composer: Eliot Krimsky
Colorist: Begonia Colomar
Sound Mix: Pete Karam
Archival Stills: Ali Alamedy
Translation: Isra Abdulhadi

Additional Support: New York Council for the Arts (NYSCA)

Special Thanks:
The Alamedy Family
Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective
Esra Saydam
Guillermo Sanchez
Maryam Hussain
Mohamed Abdelfattah

Executive Producer: Kathleen Lingo
Coordinating Producer: Lindsday Crouse
Supervising Editor: Andrew Blackwell

Breathe by James Doherty


*Won – Special Mention Dublin International Film Festival 2017
*Won – Special Mention Belfast Film Festival 2016
*Won – ICCL Human Rights Film Awards 2016
*Won – Best Film – Earls Court Film Festival
*Won – Silver Prize PAGE Screenwriting Awards
*Nomination – ICAD’s Young Director Award 2016
Official Selection Palm Springs ShortFest 2016
Official Selection Galway Film Fleadh 2016
Official Selection Cork Film Festival 2016
Official Selection BFI Flare Film Festival 2016
Official Selection IndieCork 2016
Official Selection London Short Film Festival 2017
Official Selection Aesthetica Film Festival 2016
Official Selection Dingle Film Festival 2016
Official Selection Fastnet Film Festival 2016
Official Selection Mix Copenhagen Film Festival
Official Selection Helsinki International Film Festival
Cannes Court Metrage Festival de Cannes 2016
World Pride Madrid, Spain
Goethe-Institut Nungambakkam, Chennai, India
WizArt Ireland Lviv, Ukraine 2016
British Council Theatre New Delhi, India
Equal Ground, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Ambassador’s Residence, Tel Aviv, Israel
Asterisco Film Festival Cine Cosmos, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Mediterranean Film Festival Split, Croatia
Image+Nation Film Festival Montréal, Canada

Director : James Doherty
Writer : Theo James Krekis
Producer : Peter Frankie Brennan
Director of Photography : Simon Crowe
Editor: Breege Rowley

Inside the Vintage Bombers NASA is Using to Chase the Solar Eclipse by NBC Left Field


A rare solar eclipse will take place on August 21st, 2017, over parts of the United States—and chasing its shadow 10 miles above the Earth will be two NASA jets collecting data.

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„CLOWN FACE“ – SHORT FIM (2017) by Jason Jeffrey


Michael’s mid-life crisis was a flame out. Left his wife. Bought a Porsche (used). Now, lonely and looking to make amends, he’s seeking forgiveness and counsel from his angry daughter. Laurie sees right though him.

Starring: Chloe Rose & Matt Gordon

Writer and Director: Jason Jeffrey
Producers: Kristy Neville & Matt Code
Cinematographer: Kelly Jeffrey
Executive Producers: Harland Weiss, Donovan M. Boden, Liz Dussault, Isil Gilderdale
Music: Graham Wright
Editor: Jason Jeffrey
Production Designer: Daria Savic
Gaffer/Key Grip: Tiago De Sousa
Sound Recordist: Gus Harris
First Assistant Camera: Tommy Keith
Makeup: Shannon Bell
Production Assistant: Samantha Chalmers
Post Sound: Grayson Matthews
Clourist: Clinton Homuth

Derek DelGaudio – Invisible Dialogues by Future Of StoryTelling


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2017 Future of StoryTelling Summit Speaker: Derek DelGaudio, Writer, Performance Artist, Magician
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Derek DelGaudio, writer, performance artist, and magician, reflects on magic’s changing place in society and considers its intertwined relationship with technology. DelGaudio notes that today, most people view magic as a form of deception, but to him, magic is about creating a moment of astonishment and transformation by weaving hidden narratives into his performances. Through his unique approach to storytelling, DelGaudio investigates how magic can still exist in a world where technology is capable of unveiling even the most hidden of secrets.

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NORTH by Phil Sheerin


Isolated on a farm and fighting against his family, Aaron (Barry Keoghan – Dunkirk) struggles to be heard as he watches his mother willingly die.

FESTIVALS & AWARDS:
Winner Best Dramatic Short Galway Film Fleadh 2015
Winner Best UK Film Raindance 2015
Winner Best Cinematography Colchester Film Festival 2015
Winner Best Student Short UK Film Festival 2015
Nominated for a Student Academy Award 2014
Nominated for 3 Royal Television Society Awards 2015
Nominated for Learning on Screen award 2015
60th Cork Film Festival 2015
Cambridge Film Festival 2015
Rhode Island Film Festival 2015
UK Film Festival 2015
Camerimage (In Competition) 2014
Dinard Film Festival 2014

Vietnam by theroutefilms


Desde Hanoi a Ho Chi Min, una ruta de contrastes, donde se mezclan las selvas mas primitivas de Sa Pa y Tam Coc, con el salvaje movimiento de motos y vietnamitas en las grandes ciudades. Un recorrido por el país en moto, bici, tren y barco en diciembre de 2016.
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From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh, a route of contrasts, mixing the most primitive jungles of Sa Pa and Tam Coc, with the wild movement of motorcycles and Vietnamese in the big cities. A tour of the country by motorcycle, bike, train and boat in December 2016.

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