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  • 37759 来访 One day a blind man discovered a screw painting by Andrew Myers with his hands. The blind man found as much enjoyment out of the tactile elements of the work as any sighted person ever has by just looking at them. Andrew considers this moment as one of the most inspiring of his career. Which led us to a question: Why is touching artwork so taboo? Prior to the mid-1800s, tactile interaction was commonplace for visitors experiencing collections of art, but as museums of art evolved, rules forbidding touch became the norm. In some cases, these were to protect artwork that truly was not meant to be touched, but in large part these norms had nothing do with preservation and everything to do with nineteenth century politics of gender, race and class control. In light of all this, we decided to create a documentary that elevates the level of tactile arts, and gives back to the visually impaired community. It was at that point that we met George Wurtzel. George is a blind artisan and teacher working at Enchanted Hills Camp in Napa Ca. This is a 300 acre camp nestled in the red wood forest above Napa Valley. Enchanted Hills is a summer camp for the visually impaired. Here George teaches blind folks, through example, how to use all the equipment necessary to become blind artisans. Currently, George is converting an old grape crushing barn into a Tactile Art Center. The top floor of the building is his 1900 sq. ft. wood working shop. The bottom floor will be his Tactile Art gallery space where blind people can feel and sell their artwork. We fell in love with George and his mission and wanted to support his new tactile art gallery. So we worked with Andrew Myers to surprise George with a tactile portrait of himself. The first portrait he will be able to feel and recognize. Learn more about Enchanted hills here: The Academy of Music for the Blind (AMB) were kind enough to create a song for our soundtrack. AMB specifically addresses the educational, social, and physical needs of talented blind music students so that they can fully develop their unique talents and be prepared for integration into the workplace or other educational settings. To learn more about the AMB visit: To learn more about this project, visit Music Credits: Artist: Tycho, Song: A Walk Buy it in iTunes: Artist: Aphex Twin, Song: 14th Avril Buy it in iTunes:
Back us on Kickstarter: Back us on Patreon: Get 'This is Not a Conspiracy Theory': The remix method of copying, transforming and combining is definitely used in The Force Awakens, as well as the other works of JJ Abrams. Is remixing a weak point in The Force Awakens? Is the remix method growing stale? Have we reached the limits of remixing? The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Music Featured "Rey's Theme," John Williams: "Bunsen Burner," CUTS: "They Won't See Me," The Field: Movies & TV Featured The Force Awakens: Star Wars Episodes IV-VI: Star Wars Trilogy Episodes I-III: Web Videos and Articles Features The Force Awakens Trailer (Official) REACTION!!!, Tyrone Magnus Star Wars Force Awakens Final Trailer Reaction Megan, SawdustFilms STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS Official TRAILER REACTION & REVIEW!!!, The Reel Rejects Trailer Reaction: Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens, Movieclips Trailers Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer (Official) Reaction!, Superhero News "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" - Trailer Reaction!, Dillon Garland Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer Reaction, ColliderVideos Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Movie Review, Chris Stuckmann Star Wars: Force Awakens Reaction, boogie2988 Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review!, Screen Junkies Star Wars: The Force Awakens gets 4 out of 5 stars, CBC News Star Wars: The Force Awakens Angry Movie Review, AngryJoeShow Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie review, Jeremy Jahns Star Wars: The Force Awakens — The Verge reaction roundtable, The Verge Review: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' is the Biggest Fan Film Ever Made Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a prime example of Hollywood’s nostalgia problem “Star Wars” and Decadence Star Wars: The Force Awakens: 5 ways the new movie copies the original film "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is a Remix of "A New Hope"...That is Both a Good and a Bad Thing 13 ways Star Wars: The Force Awakens is just a remix of A New Hope ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ succumbs to the worst parts of remix culture MORE LINKS TO COME
How can you express everything that you want to somebody you love, knowing that if you don't, that might be the last opportunity that you have? That is a reality that we all face, but for BASE jumpers, the risk of death sometimes results in something amazing and unexpected - love. This is the real story of a pure love between two friends in the face of risk and tragedy. Although we don’t normally publish content that is not shot 100% GoPro, Camp4 Collective Director, Anson Fogel, reached out to us to let us know that he simply could not have created this piece had it not been for the archival GoPro footage that was captured over the years. We are proud to share his beautiful story here. A GoPro / Camp4 Collective Production Directed and Edited by Anson Fogel Primary Footage by Matt Blank and Ian Flanders Produced by GoPro and Camp4 Collective Music by Keith Kenniff / Sound Mix by Jeffrey Yellen / Color by Anson Fogel Additional Footage Courtesy of: Sean Chuma, Renan Ozturk, Joey Schusler, Kevin Bennett, Donald Schulz, Mike Naddor, Dan Dupuis Also appearing: Brenden Weinstein, Matthew Kenney, Cengiz Cocak, Jill Kuzman, Domonique LaFleur, Charles Kurlinkus, Dan Dupuis "To Much Time On My Hands" by Styx, Copyright 1981 A&M REcords, Courtesy Universal Music Group All words written and spoken by Matt Blank are solely his without other authorship. For more from GoPro, follow us: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Tumblr: Pinterest: Vine:
“A beautifully photographed minimalist documentary.” Roger Donaldson We often think of houses as strong, solid permanent things. In fact they can be weak, fragile and mobile. 'Home' explores the idea of what makes a house a home. Home - a short documentary film by Thomas Gleeson. Festivals Include: New Zealand International Film Festival 2012 - (Winner Friends of the Civic Award) San Francisco International Film Festival 2013 - (Winner Special Jury Prize) Vancouver International Film Festival 2012 Raindance Film Festival London 2012 Aesthetica Film Festival 2012 Palm Springs Shortfest 2013 Camden International Film Festival 2014 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival Montana 2013 Hot Docs 2013 Nashville Film Festival 2013 Uppsala International Short Film Festival 2013 Seattle International Film Festival 2013 Sydney Film Festival 2013 Melbourne International Film Festival 2013 Milano Film Festival 2013 Encounters 2013 - (Winner Audience Award) Show Me Shorts 2013 - (Winner Best Editor and NZFC Jury Prize) Herceg Novi - Montenegro Film Festival - (Winner Special Jury Mention) EIDF Korea FIFE Paris ShortVision Ningbo, China 2014 Aviles International Architecture and Film Festival, Spain 2014 Budapest Architecture Film Days 2014 Rotterdam Architecture Film Festival Nominated for Best Short Film at the New Zealand Film Awards 2012 Director: Thomas Gleeson Co-Producer: Pip Walls Cinematography: Max Bellamy Sound Design and Mix: James Hayday Colourist: Alana Cotton / Images and Sound Music: Jack Northover
They don’t call Italy “Il bel paese” - “The beautiful country” - for nothing, and it’s no coincidence. For my next project I decided once again to pay homage to my homeland, a place that always leaves an impression on my heart, the southern region of Puglia. There is a list called “1,000 Places To See Before You Die”. Casting a glance over it, one will notice that Italy - and Puglia in particular - boasts an enviable number of locations. With numerous UNESCO sites, pristine beaches, and enchanting destinations, it was difficult to restrict such beauty into a 2 minute video. But here it is anyway, a small taste of what this amazing region has to offer. I’m sure you’ll add it to your own list of 1000 places to see before you die! Watch also “R O M A“: Locations: Alberobello Gargano Lecce Locorotondo Martina Franca Monopoli Valle D’Itria Ostuni Polignano a Mare Filmed and edited by Oliver Astrologo - FB: Drone Footage: Courtesy of Vito Renò - For any drone inquiry about this video please contact: Intro and outro Music: Sciamaballà -à-124671817549469 Soundtrack: A moment of Silence - Courtesy of Max LL - All music and sounds effects rights are reserved. Thanks: Simona de Carlo, Sara de Carlo, Simone Sampò, Nils Samò, Fabian McDonald and everyone who helped me create this video. Flickr album: Shoot using: Sony A7ii @ 1080 50p PP7 (Exposed in S-Log2) Lens used: Zeiss 35mm 2.8 Zeiss 55mm 1.8 Color Correction ImpulZ LUTs with some tweaks.