IRREGULARS

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“IRREGULARS”
Documentary | Color | 16:9 | D: 08:55 | Italy
2015©NotWorkingFilms

Against a tellingly hypnotic factory backdrop, a refugee encapsulates the global immigration crisis in his own wrenching words.
Each year 400.000 people from Africa, Asia and Middle East, try to enter Europe. They flee from war, persecution and poverty. Since the ways by land have been interrupted, they board overloaded vessels and face a dangerous and often deadly voyage across the Mediterranean.

A film by FABIO PALMIERI
The story of CYRILLE KABORE
Produced by P.P.P. – NOTWORKINGFILMS
DP/Editing/Mixing | FABIO PALMIERI
Soundtrack | TRADITIONAL AFRICAN MUSIC
2015©NOTWORKINGFILMS
www.notworkingfilms.com
https://www.facebook.com/NotWorkingFilmsPage/

AWARDS:
WINNER Best Documentary (Oscar® Qualifying) | 27th NOFF, New Orleans Film Festival – New Orleans (USA)
WINNER Best Documentary (Oscar® Qualifying) | HIFF2016, Hamptons International Film Festival – East Hampton, NY (USA)
WINNER Best Documentary (Oscar® Qualifying) | 25th Aspen Short Film Fest – Aspen (USA)
WINNER The Ellen | 25th Aspen Short Film Fest – Aspen (USA)
WINNER Best Documentary | RIIF.20, FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival – Providence (USA)
WINNER of the Festival | ASFF2016, Aesthetica Short Films Festival – York (UK)
WINNER Best Documentary | ASFF2016, Aesthetica Short Films Festival – York (UK)
WINNER Best Documentary | 11 Shorts México, Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes de México – Mexico City (Mexico)
WINNER Vesuvio Award Best Doc | XIX Napoli Film Festival – Napoli (Italy)
WINNER Audience Award | 22nd Internationale Kurzfilmwoche Regensburg – Regensburg (Germany)
WINNER Best Documentary | CineGlobe Film Festival 2017 – CERN, Geneve (Swiss)
WINNER Jouth Jury | XII Sardinia International Film Festival – Villanova Monteleone (Italy)
Premio AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Italia for Human Rights | 13 Corto Dorico Film Festival – Ancona (Italy)
Honorable Mention | SLAMDANCE Film Festival 2017 – Park City (USA)
TOP 10 Audience Favorites | 27 Festival Internacional de Curtas Metranges de Sao Paulo – Sao Paulo (Brazil)
Best Art Direction | 10th FICBUEU, Festival Internacional de Curtametraxes de Bueu – Bueu (Spain)
Special Mention Jury | La Guarimba Film Festival 2017 – Amantea (Italy)
Special Mention Youth Jury | FrontDoc, Festival Internazionale del Cinema di Frontiera – Aosta (Italy)
Special Mention Jury | Arcipelago 2.3 – Roma (Italy)

FESTIVALS:
http://www.notworkingfilms.com/irregulars/
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Alaska DGAF

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Who has time for doomsday anyway?

On July 4th, 2017, North Korea tested a long range missile that, for the first time, would be powerful enough to reach the United States — specifically, the great state of Alaska. And instead of the doomsday preparations you might expect from a place threatened by nuclear annihilation, Alaskans collectively…shrugged.

Captions available in English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, and Korean. Let us know if you’ve got a language you’d like to see.
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The Monolith

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Pioneering NYC artist, Gwyneth Leech, enters a midtown art studio only to find that her skyline view will soon be blocked by the construction of a high-rise hotel.

But as the perspective out her window permanently shifts, so does the artist’s point of view.

The Monolith is directed by Angelo J. Guglielmo, Jr. (The Woman Who Wasn’t There), produced and shot by Andy Bowley, EP’d by Andrea L. Smith. Rosie Walunas adeptly employed the Adobe Creative Suite to bring over 200 pieces of Leech’s beautiful artwork to life using Animation, Motion Graphics and Compositing.

Leech has exhibited her work across the United States and the UK in museums, commercial galleries, public art spaces, and alternative venues. For additional information on the artist, please visit: http://gwynethleech.com

DIRECTOR: ANGELO J. GUGLIELMO, JR.
PRODUCERS: ANDY BOWLEY, ROSIE WALUNAS
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: ANGELO J. GUGLIELMO, JR., ANDREA SMITH
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: ANDY BOWLEY
EDITOR: ROSIE WALUNAS
COMPOSER: ABRAHAM CLEMENTS
SOUND MIXER: DAVID WILSON
ART DIRECTORS: ANGELO J. GUGLIELMO, JR. AND ROSIE WALUNAS
STILL PHOTOGRAPHY: BEN KESSLER
ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY: GWYNETH LEECH, SARA KERENS, MARIANNE BARCELLONA
COLORISTS: BEN BROOKSBY, SAM WILES
GRAPHIC DESIGN/POSTER: STEVE KIRWAN

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Herman Miller: Ward Bennett at 100

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Celebrating the centenary—and new Phiadon monograph—of Ward Bennett a design renaissance man.

Client: Herman Miller

Produced by: Dress Code
 (dresscodeny.com)
Executive Creative Director: Dan Covert

Executive Producer: Brad Edelstein

Head of Production: Tara Rose Stromberg

Art Director: Wes Ebelhar

Design: Elena Chudoba, Peter Harp, Simone Noronha, Wes Ebelhar
Animation: Wes Ebelhar
, Rasmus Löwenbrååt, Wei-Shen Wang

Music & Sound: YouTooCanWoo

VO: Ward Bennett from an archival interview courtesy of Dr Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel

Check out the full story:
https://www.hermanmiller.com/stories/why-magazine/ward-bennett-at-100/
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Part Time Heroes : A Sea Shepherd Documentary

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Our oceans are under dire threat. Overfishing, pollution and climate change are decimating the Earth’s most precious natural resource. And if the oceans perish, so do we. To add to this quagmire, the open ocean is a lawless place. Under the U.N. World Charter for Nature, it isn’t up to one country or entity to protect our seas, it’s everyone’s responsibility.

That’s where Sea Shepherd comes in. This diverse crew of volunteers from around the world literally put their lives on the line to enforce international conservation law against the illegal fishing industry. In doing so, they hope to help save life as we know it.

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/245089968
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Ghost Bikes

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There are over 150 white-painted bicycles chained up throughout New York City. Each bike represents a cyclist killed in traffic – each is placed at the scene of the crash.

Mirza puts up the bikes. He remembers these fallen cyclists when everyone else seems to have forgotten them.

Director: Ethan Brooks
Editor: Nico Bovat
Cinematographer: Jeff Melanson
Producer: Mike Peay
Audio Post: YOUTOOCANWOO
Sound Design: Derek Muro
Production Assistant: Dan Murphy
Music by: Chris Zabriskie (chriszabriskie.com)

Special thanks to Mirza Molberg
Information on the ghost bikes project can be found at ghostbikes.org
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St. Louis Rises

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Filmed in June 2016.

Read more about the film here: http://directorsnotes.com/2017/11/27/andrew-litten-st-louis-rises/

Official Selection @ St. Louis International Film Festival

Directed by Andrew Litten
Executive Producer: David Kwon Kim
Producer: Brandon Smith
Content Producer: Gavin Guidry

Cinematographer: Kristian Zuniga
First AC: Daniel Guadalupe
Sound Operator: Richard Adams
Production Assistant: Noah Baumann

Original Music: Vonavi (http://vonavimusic.com)
Editor: Andrew Litten
Sound Design: Richard Adams
Color: Derek Hansen @ The Mill
Color Executive Producer: Thatcher Peterson
Color Producers: Diane Valera & Robert Cohen

Thanks to Carol Klein, Paint for Peace, Ace Allen, Jon Alexander, Gentlemen of Vision, Mission St. Louis, Josh Wilson, Jason Watson, Dwayne Ingram, Marcellus Buckley, Melissa Fitzgerald, Ray Baumann, Gabe Lozano, Lockerdome, The Mission Thrift Store, Rachel Witt, South Grand District, St. Louis Children’s Hospital @ BJC Healthcare, Kat Touschner, STL Film Festival, Miranda Tiano, Voyager, David Gutlay, Jon Chester, Mike Brown Sr and the wonderful residents of St. Louis and Ferguson who made this possible.
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