In southern Colorado there is a place called Libre. It's an artist community that was established in the late 60s by a group of artists; Dean Fleming, Linda Fleming, Peter Douthit, and Judy Douthit. This is the first part in a mulit part doc series that will explore the lives of various artist that call Libre home.
DIRECTOR/EDITOR - Blake Bogosian
CAMERA - Blake Bogosian - Tyler Cushing
COLOR - Eric Pascua
SOUND MIX - Isaac Olsen
MUSIC PRODUCED - Beta Petrol Productions, Inc.
COMPOSER - Kenseth Thibideau
TITLES - Joe Macken
The Libre Stories "Bill Haynes"
#MoreThanABusiness: Kruti Dance Academy
Dina Sheth wanted her daughter, Shemoni, to know the beauty of their Indian culture, so she started teaching her dance in the basement of their home. As other parents in the community learned what Dina was doing, her classes started to grow, and Kruti Dance Academy officially came to life in 1995. What started as a basement class with four students is now a 9,000-square-foot facility with hundreds of dancers. Digital tools help them to expand their reach: YouTube has allowed them to connect with people across the world and their Business Profile on Google helps them to connect with potential customers closer to home.
Lateefah Simon grew up during the crack epidemic of the early 90s. By age 19, she was evicted from her home and had become a single mom. Despite many challenges, Lateefah grew to be an activist, community leader, and the youngest ever female recipient of the MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship. Lateefah continues to overcome adversities while fighting systemic poverty in the Bay Area thanks to to her perseverance and incredible community.
Directed by Ivan Cash Produced by Cash Studios Client: Tipping Point Executive Producer & Creative Director: Mary Michael Pringle Director of Photography: Dan Addelson Line Producer: Rachel Barth Editor: Blake Bogosian Drone Operator: Tanner Beree Sound: Michael Clifford Music: Marmoset Color: Chris Martin / Mission Film & Design Mix: Pete Kneser Special Thanks: m ss ng p eces
Archive Footage Courtesy of: Lateefah Simon Critical Images, Inc Elkind+Sweet Communications Live Wire Media.
Tipping Point: Common Thread
Signs of the Times
Signs of the Times explores the art of protest and why people choose the messages they do to put on their signs. My hope is for this to be the first in a series of episodes.
On Saturday, Feb 4th, we went to the muslim ban protest in San Francisco and asked people to share the stories behind their signs. Thanks to everyone that showed up and to all who gave us their time.
Director: Ivan Cash Produced by M ss ng P eces Writer: Michael Reiner Editor: Blake Bogosian PA: Janice Echevarria Music by Goldmund & Helios via Marmoset
Executive Creative Director (JWT): Go Sohara Project Manager (JWT): Makiko Imao, Sayaka Hasegawa, Hiromi Omata Content Studio: Death of Bad Director: Jon Lancaric Executive Producer: DP Odishoo Production Services: Oliver Fitzgerald, Schema Media Line Producer: Nick Lazo Director of Photography: Martin DiCicco, Oliver Fitzgerald Editorial: Beast Editor: Blake Bogosian Producer: Tracy Coleman Graphics: Joe Macken, Spencer Seibert Finish: Company 3 Colorist: Dave Hussey Music: Alex Sargent
Whole You: One Whole Day w/ Bruce Hall
The Most Dangerous Town on the Internet
Cllient: Norton By Symantec Spot Title: The Most Dangerous Town On The Internet Agency: Grey San Francisco Chief Creative Officer: Curt Detweiler Creative Director: E Slody Art Director: Nei Caetano, Bryan Evans, Tatum Cardillo Copywriter: E Slody, Marcus Petterson Agency Producer: Robert Lazarus Production Company: HeLo (Los Angeles) Director: Daniel Junge Director of Photography A: Wolfgang Held
The Most Dangerous Town on the Internet - Official Trailer
The Most Dangerous Town on the Internet - Where Cybercrime Goes to Hide
Surface to Air
4 Short Preview Trailers and the Actual short Doc Spot Title: Surface to Air Agency: Grey San Francisco Chief Creative Officer: Curt Detweiler