JFK places a salty call to his staff, questioning a potentially embarrassing expenditure. The blowback is hilarious… and a little haunting.
The original video that started it all -
Here’s where the film has shown/will show in the next few months.
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival 2014 Audience Award — Best Short Doc
Florida Film Festival 2014
Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival Shorts Night 2014
Boston IFF 2014
Maryland Film Festival 2014
Sydney Film Festival 2014
Oak Cliff Film Festival 2014
SF DocFest 2014
Woods Hole Film Festival 2014
Bumbershoot One Reel 2014
DC Shorts 2014
Traverse City Film Festival 2014
Scott Calonico holds a Bachelors of Science in Radio/TV/Film production from the University of Texas at Austin and a Masters of Arts in International Journalism from City University, London. Currently he works as the head of video production for GFI MAX Software in Edinburgh, Scotland.
His short films have been shown at numerous festivals in the United States as well as being purchased by
networks such as Comedy Central. In the UK, he has served as a freelance audio/video consultant to companies and organizations such as The Safehouse Arts Gallery, Belfast, allthings.io, Waracle Softwareand the BBC.
He was a producer and animator on “No No: A Dockumentary” which is being released theatrically in the United States in the fall
Music by Joel Robson. joelrobson.bandcamp.com
Thanks to tvtropes and everyone else who helped me to collect these. If there’s a good clip I missed, let me know in the comments.
Finally, the entire award-winning film! The full 28 minute documentary BORN SWEET, winner of 15 awards.
15 year old Vinh lives in a remote Cambodian village and has accepted his destiny – to be sick for the rest of his life with incurable arsenic poisoning. He dreams of becoming a karaoke star, winning the affections of adoring fans. But his body is scarred by illness and there is a good chance the arsenic will soon take his life, like the girl who once lived across the road. A chance to star in a karaoke video about the dangers of arsenic allows Vinh to wonder if he truly knows his destiny.
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2010 Honorable Mention in Short Filmmaking
ASPEN SHORTSFEST 2010 Best Documentary
ASHLAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2010 Best Short Documentary
ATLANTA FILM FESTIVAL 2010 Best Short Documentary
BARCELONA ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL Jury Mention
BIG SUR INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Audience Award
FINCA ARGENTINA ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD 2010 First Prize
HAMPTONS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2010 Audience Award, Best Short Documentary
INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL OF BOSTON 2010 Grand Jury Prize
INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2010 Eric Parker Social Justice Award
LOUISVILLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2010 Best Short Documentary
PALM SPRINGS SHORTFEST 2010 Audience Award, Best Documentary Short
RECONTRES INTERNATIONAL EAU ET CINEMA Bronze Drop
SAGUENAY INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL Public’s Prize
VERVIERS, AU FILM DE L’EAU, BELGIUM First Prize
The story of two young Muay Thai boxers today in Bangkok.
They tell us about their path, their fears, and their dream to one day become a champion.
Shooted in July 2013.
Directed by Jérôme de Gerlache
Image by Jérôme de Gerlache and Pete Pithai Smithsuth
Sound design by John De Buck
Colorgrading by Romain Julien
Fixer : Sawitree “Jang” Wongketjai
Boom Operator : Charun “Dui” Muangon
Driver : Phanumart “Max” Tankasem
Translation : Waranya “Ying” Tieammuang
Music : “Chocolate heart”, Cyesm feat. robust
Half of a X-ing remix by APASHE
Special thanks to all the team from the 96 Boxing Club, Marc brunet, Christophe Guyot, Jean-Alexandre Luciani, Paul-Dominique Win Vacharasinthu, Nicolas Lhermitte, Capucine Charbonnier
Produced by Standard Films et Yellowmoon Films
You might know how to make a mountain bike film but do you know how to make a sick edit?
Created by Matt Dennison
Sony FS700, 70-200mm, 16-35mm, 24-70mm
Voiceover Rode NT1
Edited with Adobe Premiere/Magic Bullet Looks
Random collection of short in-between moments of the new life.
// Camera: Panasonic GH3 (handheld)
// Lens: Panasonic 20mm 1.7