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|Duration: 4 minutes|
Matt Checkowski of branded content/production company The Department of the 4th Dimension directed this short which introduces us to U.C. Berkeley's Patrick Boudreault, a deaf linguistics professor.
|Duration: 5 minutes|
David Quinn of production house Sons and Daughters, Toronto, directed this short for Canadian nonprofit organization Circle 21 that was founded last year to help change perceptions about and strengthen the Down Syndrome community by eliminating the stigma people often associate with the condition. Advertising agency is Juniper Park, Toronto.
|Duration: 3 minutes|
BBDO New York conceived of this campaign in which recipients of Red Cross relief and services filmed and told their own stories. This trailer provides a sampling of those stories which are inspiring, uplifting and emotional, underscoring how the Red Cross touches so many lives.
Director Jorn Haagen of Assembly Films, NY, and agency Solve, Minneapolis, teamed on this trailer for a Medifast campaign featuring three people having conversations with themselves at two different points in their weight loss journey. This video brings together the "after" person with his or her "before" counterpart to capture the emotional impact of getting healthier.
Trivers/Myers Music scored this web film which profiles how boxer Amir Khan chills out, enjoying his own form of "Creative Recreation."
|Duration: 4 minutes|
Stephan Malik directed, shot and edited this mini-documentary for Shapeways, which shares an inspiring vision of what 3D printing can bring to creativity and design. The film is the first in a series. Malik is on the spotmaking roster of harvest.
|Duration: 6 minutes|
Separate from his affiliation with The Famous Group which handles him for commercials and branded content, director John X. Carey took it upon himself to helm and edit "Illegal," a short film about issues related to youth and immigration reform. The film tells the stories of several young, successful college students who are undocumented and fearful of deportation. Funding for the short came from philanthropist Curry Glassell, an executive producer on "Illegal."
|Duration: 2 minutes|
Richie Smyth of Futuristic Films directed this short film which traces the journey of a rescue dog named Magpie from a harsh life on the streets to a caring shelter to finally her forever home with a loving family. The entire piece is filmed from the dog's perspective. To achieve this POV, a small PENTAX Q camera was attached to a vest on Magpie's back. Advertising agency on the job was Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis.
|Duration: 3 minutes, 30 seconds|
Matt Ogens from Tool of North America directed this short introducing us to Blackstone Bicycle Works, a nonprofit that puts inner city kids to work in the Chicago area, imparting important life's lessons to them. Through it's Brew-lanthropy program, Seaatle's Best Coffee contributes to Blackstone. Agency is Creature, Seattle. Composer is Greg Kuehn of Peligro Music & Sound.
|Duration: 30 seconds|
Michael Jacobs of Strike Anywhere directed this web documentary spot which serves as a portrait of film critic Jay Forry who lost his eyesight at the age of 28--yet not his love for the cinema. He talks about how his hearing enables him to still appreciate films.