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Powered by PechaKucha @ Theatre Diod in Jihlava
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.
Could I Take a Bullet?
BY JOHN RICHIE
@ VOL 10
ON SEP 20, 2013
Filmmaker John Richie speaks about the people that he came to know making "Shell Shocked", a documentary about youth and gun violence in New Orleans. He became very close to people that had lost loved ones (oftentimes children) in this way.
Many of the shootings in New Orleans are due to retaliatory violence. Like Ed Buckner says in Shell Shocked, “When you shoot one black kid, all you are doing is inciting his 20 friends to come and kill you.”
As John says, "The retaliatory response is a young man’s way of dealing with it, and only a small group of “hardheads” will do this. Most people who have lost a loved one in this violent, unfair way have years, if not a lifetime, of intense grief and anger. But what I’ve seen from the mothers, fathers, and friends of victims is an amazing transcendence from grief to compassion and enlightenment. I’m amazed by it, and I wonder if I lost my brother or best friend to gun violence which path I’d take. I hope I would follow the example of the great people in my film Shell Shocked."
Shell Shocked is screening at the National League of Cities conference in 2013 and is available for purchase at www.shellshockeddoc.com
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.
Importance of Time
Gaye Chan is an artist whose work takes place on the web, in publications, streets as well as in galleries. After working exclusively with found material for over a decade, her interest in camera capture has been reignited. Talking about her experience with her father who was suffering from cancer, she relates photography to the importance of time.
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.
A Nation Outside a Nation
BY NADINE STIJNS
@ VOL 5
ON FEB 28, 2013
Labour migration is part of the lifeblood of Filipinos around the world. Nearly 10 million people (10% of the population) have left the Philippines in search for work abroad. My partner is Filipino-American and for years I watched the small-scale migrations among his family in Southern California and the Philippines. These patterns are both visible and invisible: gifts are sent in gigantic boxes, money is returned and invested, new formations of friends and family are established in a foreign land, while Skype buzzes in the background with the sounds of home.
‘A Nation Outside a Nation’ captures these moments and movement in the Netherlands.
BY JOS JANSEN
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 23, 2014
Jos Jansen graduated in psychology of mass communication and organizational psychology from the University of Nijmegen, Netherlands, and had an extensive corporate career focusing on organizational behavior and communications.
Next to this he studied documentary photography and film. As a photographer he is fascinated by the relationship between man, nature and technology. The central question I pose is who controls who?
In his book Seeds he examines how innovative food crops are developed and how this process bears upon the world food problem.
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.
Video Report from Honolulu
We already posted an event review for this month's PechaKucha Night in Honolulu Vol. 7, but organizer Mark Hakoda just sent us a heads-up on this terrific short documentary on the event, put together by Gerard Elmore. Watching the video, you get to meet all of that night's presenters, which you'll find listed on that volume's event page.
PKN Miami + Speed Limits
Here's some info from PechaKucha Night in Miami organizer Carl Hildebrand on an upcoming collaboration with the Wolfsonian-FIU's "Speed Limits" exhibition. This Thursday, November 18th from 6-9PM get ready and hang on as design-inspired individuals provide quick-moving visual presentations on the topics of pace and speed to complement The Wolfsonian-FIU exhibition Speed Limits. Arrive early to meet and mingle from 6-7PM. For more information, visit www.pecha-kucha.org/cities/miami Speed Limit Speakers Frank Luca, Chief Librarian - The Wolfsonian-FIU Robin Haines Merrill, Chair - Broward County Human Trafficking Coalition Daus Studenberg, Advocate and Enthusiast Miami Biking Movement Dejha Carrington, Primary Flight - World’s largest site-specific street level mural installation Wynwood Tomas Loewy, Miami Photographer - New World Symphony Building Documentary Project
PKN Victoria Vol. 5
Victoria held its PechaKucha Night Vol. 5 earlier this month, and here we have a report on the event courtesy of co-organizer Elisa Yon. We also include the posters and flyer that were produced for the event, and you'll find the list of presenters with links on the official event page. PechaKucha Night Victoria Vol. 5 on February 10, 2011 was another lovely evening of inspiring presentations from locally sourced designers, documentary filmmakers, and visual artists. The Victoria Event Centre played host to about 150 people in the audience. After 5 volumes, 60 presentations, 1200 slides, and over 700 people who have attended our events, we feel very humbled by the experience. The poster design for Vol. 5 was kindly provided by choliDESIGN, a small but talented group of design professionals who have recently embarked on a new project called the Get Fresh Guide, connecting local eaters with growers, producers, suppliers and supporters of fresh, local foods on Vancouver Island.
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.
PKN Istanbul Vol. 9
Here's a nice report sent to us by PechaKucha Night in Istanbul organizer Nurten Meriçer about the city's recent Vol. 9, held last month -- the list of presenters with links appears on the official event page. Please note that PKN Istanbul Vol. 10 is set for July 14.On May 12, the Building Industry Centre (YEM) stage hosted spectacular performances in performing arts and creative projects as part of PechaKucha Night in Istanbul Vol. 9. Painter Melis Binay, Guerrilla Marketeer Çağın Türker, Social Media Specialist Emre Erbirer, and Documentary Filmmaker Gokce Su Yoğurtçuoğlu presented trendsetting stories from the contemporary world of art and communication in İstanbul. Yesim Ozsoy of Galata Perform shared her experiences in making her neighborhood her art space via the 'Visibility Project.' The audience was carried away by Hüsam Süleymangil’s presentation that brought in sounds and sensations from Cappadocia, which Klasik Keyifler turned into a unique venue for contemporary music. BOX Video used to be known as the out-of-the box music video producer of the 2000s. Deniz Özgün’s no-success story of BOX Video touched the very heart of the creative community. ‘The Finale’ was a live mini-concert by the Jazz Choir of the Boğaziçi University Music Club, making the audience sing and dance along. The marking moment of the night was the surprise birthday celebration of Can Yücel Metin, resident host of PechaKucha Night in İstanbul, on stage. Video footage of the night can be seen here.
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.