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‘Alredor’

Bay Area Youth Media Network | June 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

‘Alredor’

A documentary short about homelessness and how it affects the Latino community of Crookston Minnesota.

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‘Things that Annoy People’

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‘Things that Annoy People’

I went around and recorded friends and teachers, asking them what annoys them most, and then I animated according to what they said.

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‘Museums Rule!’

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‘Museums Rule!’

In “Museums Rule!”, a docent with superpowers teaches a cohort of teens proper museum behavior.

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‘Wrestling with Cancer’

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‘Wrestling with Cancer’

A young cancer patient throws down some serious wrestling knowledge. In this surprisingly touching and inspiring piece, Austin explains how he copes with his illness like any tough-guy would.

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‘Empedocles’

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‘Empedocles’

Empedocles is a sort of film study, which uses beautiful shots to accompany a voiceover. It is meant to present the idea that the universe is indifferent.

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‘Barbie Doll LGBT Rights PSA’

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‘Barbie Doll LGBT Rights PSA’

You don’t know everything about Barbie.

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‘Wait For Me’

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‘Wait For Me’

This personal project explores my current obsession with moving clouds, the changing sky and capturing these fleeting moments through time-lapse imagery.

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‘Miles to go’

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‘Miles to go’

This PSA demonstrates the progress that still has to be made if America wants to consider itself a leader in gender equality.

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‘Black Girls Code’

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‘Black Girls Code’

This short documentary profiles the ethos and experiences of the nonprofit organization Black Girls Code. Geared towards giving more access to young women and students of color, this organization teaches kids how to program and design computer software and websites.

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‘Ingrained’

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‘Ingrained’

This film is the summation of explorations of sorts — experimenting with different methods of filming, creating special effects with household items, testing the patience of a crew of high schoolers, transporting props and crew using only our parents as a source of transportation, and editing and re-editing on computers that are prone to breaking down.

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