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Theatre Diod in Jihlava
Oct 25, 2014
BY DIEGO ÁLVARO
@ VOL 1
ON JUN 14, 2013
Diego Álvaro tells us about his participation in a group trip to Senegal, where they cooperated with the village's cultural center to make the photographic documentary ABARAKA ("thanks" in Mandinka language) in which they get along with a typical Senegalese family, following their different members in their daily life. With the obtained photographs they plan to make an educational exhibition for students in order to make them understand the way of life of a different family, with a different culture and problems, and let them to see for themselves why it is important to understand the world we live in.
Documenting Language Loss & Reacquisition
BY DANIEL QUINTANILLA
@ VOL 20
ON JAN 31, 2014
Daniel Quintanilla is a documentary filmmaker and editor, who has produced numerous NGO documentaries, with themes ranging from traditional medicine in Uganda to orphanages in Bolivia. After moving to the US from Mexico, Daniel began his career in Boston working with a renowned Brazilian editor on the film Captive Beauty, about a beauty pageant in an all-women’s high security prison in Colombia. He then moved north to work at the Maine Media Workshops and was commissioned to edit the film Language of America, a story about language loss and reacquisition amongst Native American tribes in New England. Most recently, he edited the award winning film Raw Faith.
Born Into Fun
BY CHLOE WALTERS-WALLACE
@ VOL 13
ON AUG 07, 2014
Filmmaker, Culturist, Wanderer, Chloe Walter-Wallace talks about being born into fun, growing up Jamaica and finding her path and love for anthropology which lead her to her true passion for documentary film and working for a non-profit on various media related projects and her constant pull back to Jamaica.
"Presentation of the Day" on September 13, 2014.
Photography Comes First
BY NORA BIBEL
@ VOL 13
ON NOV 07, 2014
“These are quiet, concentrated, and precise images seemingly of everyday scenes, but in fact these are staged moments suspended in time.”
Photography has taken Nora Bibel all over the world: Vietnam, Myanmar, Germany and more. Nora speaks about her beautiful portrait work, books, and exhibitions that have made up her work. She tells us her themes are utopia, social change, home, memories, and more.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 26, 2015.
Doug Ing Likes To Make Things
Doug Ing likes to make things, whether it is a Vine video, a short documentary, a cartoon or an artwork, he enjoys the act of creating. Often times, a random thought occurs during his daytime activities and that will find itself in an artwork. He finds inspiration from random phrases, Facebook, conversations and dreaming.
Framing the Other
Producent Ilja Kok maakt documentaires en reportages over onderwerpen die er toe doen en waar over gediscussieerd wordt. Onderwerpen die stof doen opwaaien. Ze zoekt constant naar oprechte verhalen en bijzondere karakters. Door middel van beelden en content uit onverwachte hoek opent ze de dialoog.
The Future of Flooding
BY SAMUEL BUDIN
IN NEW YORK
Samuel Lang Budin is a social documentary photographer living in Brooklyn and working primarily in the depressive realist mode. He makes 35mm and medium format slide shows about climate change anxiety, aging and death, naked people in their own homes, the personal discomforts of travel, and the encroaching sea. Just you wait!
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Don't let the fact that today's presentation is in Japanese stop you from having a look at the surprising tape font Shuetsu-tai, developed by Shuetsu Sato as part of his job in writing temporary signs for areas under construction. Presentation in Japanese -- but an amazing presentation where the images really do tell the story. Trio 4 introduce us to the fantastically generic duct tape font 'Shuetsu-tai' by Shuetsu Sato. Trio 4 is a film and documentary team based in Tokyo.
PKN Portland, Maine Vol. 14
As we posted the other day, PechaKucha Night in Portland, Maine Vol. 14 was held this past Thursday, and organizer Jean Maginnis has quickly sent us a couple of photos taken by Robbie Kanner. The crowd shot above shows everyone reacting to a presentation by Katie West of the Levity Institute.Below, Brendan Bullock, a documentary photographer sharing his work about Peru.
In today's presentation, "Doglegs," Heath Cozens talks about Tokyo’s own iconoclastic “superhandicapped” pro-wrestling league, and the subject of the feature documentary that he is making. It was recorded at PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 90.
Duct Tape Fonts
Most people write with pens and pencils. Shuestu Sato writes with duct tape. In today's Presentation of the Day, "Duct Tape Fonts" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 49, Hikaru Yamashita of the documentary film group TrioFour introduces us to what appears to be an ordinary Japanese train station security guard (Shuetsu Sato) with a unique design talent: he makes fonts and useful graphics purely of duct tape. Hikaru takes us on a zany journey involving national television broadcasts, corporate promotions, lighter scavenger hunts, and much more.
Walking through Japan
Swiss native and travel agent living in Japan Thomas Koehler was devastated both mentally and financially by the 2011 earthquake disaster, and took the inititive to create his own project to raise awareness and show his love for Japan. In "Walking through Japan" from a very special Swiss PechaKucha Night edition of PKN Tokyo, listen to this endearing story of his struggles and his experiences with friendly natives as he walked for 5 months straight from Hokkaido to Kyushu. Thomas' walk of the length of the island nation was made into a documentary, "Negative: Nothing" and has been screened throughout Europe and Japan
30,000 Foot View of Biology
Jarring thought: "We are as gods, and we may as well get good at it." -Stewart Brand Britt Way, a radio documentary producer in Toronto, uses her background in biology, evolution, genetics and radio skills to talk about the development of biology today, especially concerning deextinction. As many of us know, we are headed towards a Sixth Extinction and our need to "play God" is more pressing then ever. In "30,000 foot View of Biology" from PKN Toronto Vol. 27, she shows solutions to right the wrongs that we have created in several interesting and unconventional ways.
Born Into Fun
"I have an insatiable need to be around people, how they think and experience the world." Filmmaker, Culturist, Wanderer, Chloe Walter-Wallace talks about being born into fun, growing up Jamaica. In "Born into Fun" from PKN New Orleans Vol. 13 she speaks about finding her path and love for anthropology which has lead her to her true passions for documentary film-making, working with non-profits on various media related projects, and her constant love for Jamaica.
Heavy Metal Crossing Boarders
"This practice space no longer exists cuz it got blown up."In Heavy Metal Crossing Boarders from Brooklyn, Vol. 3, Marwan Al-Samara'e, who grew up in war-torn Iraq, survived death threats - all in the name of heavy metal! Featured in a documentary called Heavy Metal in Baghdad, his band Acrassicauda was forced to leave Iraq and became refugees. He now believes dreams can come true (even if that isn't very metal) and lives in New York - preaching the power of music to cross borders. Rawk On!
Lake Michigan in a Dugout Canoe
"That not how most people build boats these days but I figured I was new to woodworking, logs float no matter what, and I was committed." In Lake Michigan in a Dugout Canoe from PechaKucha Night St. Joseph Vol. 1, Mary Catterlin and and Amy Lukas share their story of how, in the summer of 2012, they circumnavigated Lake Michigan in their handmade dugout sailing canoe. After 93 days and 1200 miles, they returned home to the beach of Beverly Shores, Indiana. This adventure has led to the creation of a self produced documentary and a published illustrated journal.
Everest Without Sight
"Basically everything in our expedition was blessed (by Tibetan Monks), our ropes, our ice axes ... and it would turn out later that we would need this blessing."In Everest Without Sight from PechaKucha Night Leiden Vol. 12, Kevin Augello, founder of New Earth Films, a British rooted documentary production company, whose clients include the BBC, National Geographic and Discovery Channel, aims to share the diversity and natural history of Planet Earth. In this moving presentation he shares about his emotional journey while filming the extraordinary attempt of Dr Thomas Weber, a visually impaired climber with a mission to reach the summit of the North Face of Mount Everest in Tibet.