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Category Archives: Interviews
Jacqueline Cleveland from Quinhagak, AK, on the Yukon-Kuskoqwim delta, speaks about finding art as a grounding force for surviving years away from her village, racism, and loneliness. Her path lead to majoring in film, and producing a gorgeous documentary about her native Yu’pik cultural dance. To view Jackie’s graduate thesis… Read On
Finally found time to include the feedback I received on the first combo interview video on Point Hope. Let me know what you think of this newer version. Added some background on the village, and cleaned up the sound. Hope you enjoy it!
This is the 2nd video made for the Nome Rotary Club meeting, Sept. 21st at Noon. I was surprised how much longer it was than Point Hope's. But certain clips were just too precious to cut. Would love feedback on the use of music, and whether it was effective. Also on the still shots. Thanks & enjoy!
Here is a small video montage I put together for a presentation at the Nome Rotary Club. The meeting is held on Sept. 21st at Noon, at the Airport Pizza restaurant. It's the first time I've been asked to speak on the project, and I'm really honored. Many people are excited for my presentation. I've got 3 move videos I'm trying to do, but keep running out of disk space! Can't wait to get my new hard drive in Unalakleet...
An overview of the type of stories The SpokenCoast Project is looking for, in the hopes of bringing them to a wider audience. The goal is to provide another resource of hope for people struggling to get through a tough situation. The project will interview people on the coast from Pt. Hope, AK to Tiera del Fuego, Chile. Shot primarily with a Nikon D5100; audio supplemented with a Zoom H1. Edited in Final Cut Pro X.
This is the first interview I've shot & edited with the Nikon D5100 HD camera. The sound was the most difficult to edit & match up. However, Wendy Ellen's story is quite powerful, and can speak to all women today. Hope you enjoy it, & thanks for supporting The SpokenCoast Project!