Thursday, December 22, 2011
Here's how each screening began. Throughout the hour, Pidgey traveled around the Filmless land, visiting a different city per each radio story. Click on the four arrows to view in full-screen glory!
Katie Mingle produced the audio for our "audio trailer", and Matt Lauterbach and Dan Tinncher crafted the beautiful animation. Thanks to Jay Allison, for his eloquent radio wisdom.
A twenty-minute documentary that explores the process of mutual healing of injured and orphaned animals and their human caretakers within the walls of a native wildlife rehabilitation clinic.
Produced and Directed by Tristan Steinfeld
Edited by Tristan Steinfeld and Matt Lauterbach
@home tells the remarkable story of one man’s fierce commitment to make the homeless visible. Mark Horvath has experienced the highs and lows of American society— from a successful career in television to barely surviving, homeless and addicted, on Hollywood Blvd. Today, Mark is devoted to his nonprofit, InvisiblePeople.tv that uses social media to raise awareness and smash stereotypes of homelessness. With Mark as our guide, we travel across this country, in the storm drains under Las Vegas, the weekly motels housing families, tent cities and everywhere in between to meet America’s homeless. As we learn from Mark what needs to change, we ask ourselves, “Can this happen?” Can homelessness be ended?
Updates on the project can be viewed on our Kickstarter page, http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1550578903/home-a-kindling-group-documentary/posts
Produced by Danny Alpert
Directed by Susanne Suffredin
Edited by Susanne Suffredin and Matt Lauterbach
The amazing transformation of China's economy is changing the roles, rights and status of modern-day Chinese women as witnessed by May May on her visit there. These are the stories of women from different social and economic backgrounds who have struggled to assert their independence and changed their destinies despite a deep-seeded sexist culture.
Produced/Directed by May May Tchao
Edited by Shuling Yong and Matt Lauterbach
Filmed at the 2011 FIGT annual conference, featuring an interview with co-founder Ruth Van Reken.
Produced and directed by Julie Englander.
Edited by Matt Lauterbach.