I hope that this film is a healthy nudge for people to shake up their lives a little bit.
Jed’s radical choice to quit his job and ride his bike across the world is a perfect challenge to the rest of us to get out of the routine and make some scary decisions. If you’re afraid of a decision ahead of you, you’re probably on the right track. Choose it. !

Follow Jed’s adventures @jedidiahjenkins
My Instaspam @kennyjamez

This funny and touching little film about an old lady struggling to send a text message has been charming the pants off film festival audiences from Tokyo to Nantucket – where it won Best Short Film. It will have you both laughing and reaching for a tissue.

Directors – Mick Andrews and Brett O’Gorman
Writer – Mick Andrews
Producer – József Fityus
Director of Photography – Renaud Maire
Production Designer – Shayne Radford
Editor – Tom Eagles
1st AD – Seumas Cooney
Sound Recordist – Dave Hurley

Dotty – Joyce Irving
Carol – Alison Bruce

Max Cooper and Tom Hodge – Remnants – Official Video by Nick Cobby

This video is about the self-contained nature of mind and matter.

The physical processing of sounds by the brain leave remnants in its structure as it learns about the outside world. Eventually the universe and the platonic realm of laws and structures are perceived. But while the natural laws and their resulting universe seem to create and contain the mind, the mind ultimately contains them all.

Out now on Fields:
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Conrad Milster, Pratt Institute’s chief engineer, has worked in the Brooklyn power plant nearly his entire adult life. Starting as a mechanic in 1958, he later became one of only four chief engineers in the plant’s 127-year history, taking over the official duties in 1965. He’s been there ever since.

For the last six decades, Milster (now 79 years old) has lovingly maintained the nineteenth century steam engines that provide heat and hot water to Pratt’s campus. “We have our hands full,” says Milster. “If the plant stops in the winter, Pratt stops.”

In addition, Conrad is the person behind the infamous “Pratt Cats,” responsible for the 12-14 felines that wander the campus and call the steam plant home.

An important figure in Pratt’s history, Milster has extended his impact on the Pratt community through a generous gift—the Phyllis and Conrad Milster Endowed Scholarship—that provides scholarships in perpetuity to students in Pratt’s Industrial Design program. The scholarship is named for Milster and his late wife, Phyllis, who passed away in 2011.


Filmed by Dustin Cohen, Autumn Eakin, and Christine Ng. Edited by Saela Davis. Coloring by Daniel Silverman at MPC. Sound Editing/Re-Recording by Chris Foster. And special thanks to Greencard Pictures, MergeLeft Reps, and Pratt Institute.

This story highlights Jylyn, a person positively impacted by Ujima, an organization dedicated to helping families recover from alcoholism, drug addiction and behavioral health problems. Ujima is partially funded by Tipping Point. Tipping Point commissioned us to create this film for their 2015 benefit where they raised over fourteen million dollars to help fund other organizations like Ujima.

Today, Jylyn and Varn own a home in Richmond.
Both of their sons are happy and healthy.
Jylyn works as a Social Services Program Assistant for a county agency, supporting other women just like her.
Ujima Family Recovery Services is one of 47 poverty-fighting organizations funded by Tipping Point Community.

Director – Michael Marantz (michaelmarantz.com)
Director of Photography – Tim Sessler (timsessler.com)
Producer – Noah Meisner
Production Manager / Audio / Co-Edit – Drew English (drewenglish.com)
Produced by – Already Alive
Music by – Michael Marantz
Edit – Michael Marantz / Drew English
Audio – Drew English
Titles – Greg Beck

Special Thanks
Jylyn and her family
Tipping Point Community
Jen Pitts
Stefanie Demong

A COLLABORATIVE FILM BY GNARLY BAY + FOREST WOODWARD + FRIENDS

Special thanks to Doug Woodward, Brendan Leonard, Skip Armstrong, David Marx, Jeff Scholl, Elliot Ross, Jess Lowe, Howl Collective, Story & Heart

Edit: Jordan Ingram + Gnarly Bay
Additional Audio Mixing: Joshua Svare

Save the Important Places. Protect the Grand Canyon and other wild rivers. Please visit americanrivers.org/grandcanyon to learn more.

Supported by American Rivers / Chaco Footwear / NRS / Goal Zero / Marmoset Music / Story & Heart

MUSIC
01. Blind and Unwise (Instrumental) by Gregory and the Hawk
02. Honey Jars by Bryan John Appleby
03. Snowy Crescendo (Instrumental) by Bell Plaines
04. For a Film (Instrumental) by Bell Plaines
05. Awareness (Instrumental) by Lee Brooks

Tremaine Brown – AKA TJ Brown – is a 13 year old rapper from Harlem New York.

“One day, they say – I just want to be in the hip-hop hall of fame… I just want to”

Check him out here: mrtmatj.com

Produced by wandering crew: wanderingcrew.com

Vivint Solar asked me to direct a commercial for them. We put together a big plan. So naturally I got a diesel/solar powered Mercedes and asked two of my buddies (filmmaker Kenny Styles and photographer Jac Scott) to come on the road trip of a lifetime all over the west coast. The trip lasted 10 days and we drove 3,000 miles. When we started the trip we really weren’t sure where the story was headed but by the end it was pretty obvious. So this is it. The story.

I want to give a special thanks to Jac Scott and Kenny Styles for collabing with me on this project. I teamed up with my buddies Daniel Petersen and Steve Pedersen again and they composed the music. Russ Lasson did an awesome job with the color. Micah Young and Rich Patch at Universal Post, were a big help also. I also want to thank vivintsolar.com for the opportunity. #earthpowered

Director: MP Cunningham
Camera: MP Cunningham and Kenny Styles
Photographer: Jac Scott
Composer: Daniel Petersen & Steve Pedersen
Colorist: Russ Lasson

Film by Jeff Morris

Above San Diego takes you on a journey through diverse landscapes and shows off the beauty of the city I am proud to call home, San Diego,CA.

I logged 98 flights with a total of 10 hours flight time. Filmed with the DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter and Zenmuse H3:3d Gimbal.
Shot in 2.7k on the GoPro Hero 4 Black and a couple Hero 3 Black clips. Color Graded in GoPro Studio. Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Music: First Aid Kit — Stay Gold

For optimal viewing, watch in full screen HD and turn the sound up. For behind the scenes, production stills and more, follow me @itwasthelight