Last week I had a blast at the UAB Digital City Ethnographic Film event. Eight movies were shown on the giant IMAX screen inside the McWane Science Center. And all the films were very good! For a recap of the event click on the link. http://geekalabama.com/2012/05/03/digital-city-at-mcwane-science-center/
Now all eight films have been put on Vimeo for everyone to enjoy! Here’s the one I am in called Riders on the Storm produced by Kevin Franks and Tyler Malugani. This film also features James Spann, John Brown, and T.D. Todd. Notice the excitement that my tornado lamp was used in the opening of the film.
The other films were great as well. I know you are going to enjoy these films. Take the time and watch all eight!
Unfare System: Birmingham Public Transit by Melissa Crook and Daniel Twieg.
We Came To Learn: The Drop Out Recovery Program by Jessica Craig and Adrian Jones.
Abandoned Canvas: Painting on Birmingham’s Margins by Majaliwa Mzombwe and Naithon Henning.
From Mountains to Metropolis: Old Time Music in Birmingham by Stephanie Cook and Rachell Berry.
Awake: Hip Hop Artistry in Birmingham by Ebony Hinton and Sierra Nicely.
Physical Truths: Making Art at UAB by Katelyn Armstrong and Ali Massoud.
Never Too Late to Learn by Nathan Ennis.
- Digital City at McWane Science Center (geekalabama.com)
- Alabama Social Media Association With James Spann (youngsblog.com)
- Sunday Discussion: Big Brains Media (geekalabama.com)
- ABC 33/40 Storm Alert Tour (youngsblog.com)
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