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Short Stories

I Expect No One

a great story can be told with no words. There are just 24 shots in this very short film  with no words. This is a great example of how to shoot a scene from different angles

I Expect No One: a film with no words

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Living with HIV in Mississippi

Notice she focused in on a single person to talk about a larger issue, the specific made general.

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Eli’s BBQ

Short, sweet,simple and tasty. It was used to promote a city but I don’t care: it made me hungry and it wasn’t slick..

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Remember Me

Short, simple story about a book.

Not perfect but worth watching because it’s an engaging story about something that should have been boring and non visual: making a book.

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A Trip & An Event

If we had an assignment for a video story on a trip, this would receive an “A”.
Cleverly created by my colleague, friend and creative genius Richard Koci Hernandez, with a point and shoot camera.

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A Place___Twilight in New Orleans

Another voiceless journey but here not having narration makes sense with the story.
By Jim LoScalzo for USNews and World Report

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Sub City…

Simple, visual poetry but could be journalistic with a few sparkling quotes from a subject.

I’ve always loved the moment I come up from underground. Think this could have been shorter but it seriously has a mood.

and here’s another slightly longer story from the same team. AWESOME because the story unfolds in front of the camera as we watch it. GREAT STORY….

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When I Was A Kid I Wanted To Be…

Nice portrait with some fun surprises. Could be stronger if it was shorter.