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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » PIFFARO video makes you smile
    they got drawn into Renaissance music and why they love it so Combined with a short piece on the making of their recent Nouvelle Nouvelle program the video catalogue of instruments was distributed as a gift and promotional piece The 17 short videos are headed for posting on a special educational section of the Piffaro web site Stay tuned Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=175 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » ¿Donde Estan? receives LPB funding
    A shortened version of the LPB announcement follows Final Selection Awards Sixteen Projects for Funding Los Angeles CA November 14 2008 Latino Public Broadcasting LPB a non profit organization funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting announced its tenth annual Open Call newly funded programs The funding initiative invites independent producers to submit proposals for funding on Latino themed programs or series We salute this outstanding group of producers including a record number of women who bring us compelling projects from Texas to California from Puerto Rico to El Salvador By covering a wide range of issues and documentary genres that convey the richness and diversity of the Latino experience these stories will capture the imagination of a broad national audience said Patricia Boero Executive Director LPB Donde Estan The Disappeared Children of El Salvador Producers Maria Teresa Rodriguez Katherine Pyle Category Production 1 Episode 60 Minutes A documentary about three children now adults who were separated from their families during the Salvadoran civil war and now search to reclaim their lost identities For further information on the awards go to http www lpbp org press tenth annual 2008 open call php Post a comment Name required E mail required

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=174 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » First Person on WHYY – review
    they have the answer on education I don t know if it s school vouchers or teachers unions or something else but having seen First Person I have a lot better idea what the question is Well crafted with dynamite casting the film is full of surprises way more fascinating than Wheel of Fortune or Fox s Hole in the Wall Herold trained more in urban education he has a master s degree from Temple than filmmaking has pushed his project beyond the screen helping mobilize people to work on problems encountered by his wonderfully complex protagonists Screenings and discussions are scheduled around the city tonight There s more info at http firstpersondocumentary org In 2004 Herold and his crew selected six high school juniors from a Temple program designed to give youths a leg up into college and set out to follow them until they got there The youngsters speak of becoming neonatal nurses or computer engineers Steve a seemingly brilliant but frustratingly annoying slacker figures he ll be class president or captain of the glee club If I could find a way to motivate him I would give part of my salary says one of his teachers To reveal what happens to each student would undermine some of the film s artistic pleasure Steve blessed with the intelligence to slide by his motivation powered more by personality than work ethic winds up where you might expect The life of another takes a shocking turn Four graduate from high school None however gets to a four year college These are not the most disadvantaged children in the neighborhood Some have two parent families One s mother and grandmother graduated from Temple Another has a sister at West Chester University But this last child finds himself living alone It s

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=172 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » Merion Mercy Academy gets a new admissions video
    a true document of the spirit of the school it s staff and students It really makes you a believer 1 comment on Merion Mercy Academy gets a new admissions video sally said Sunday 27 September 2009 great video Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed on the website Website Comment Latest comments Productions Voices Across the Divide Spirited Engagement KNEE DEEP What DO You

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=177 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » Lotus in flower at Chanticleer Garden
    PLAYer in PLAY Just the best www chanticleergarden org Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed on the website Website Comment Latest comments Productions Voices Across the Divide Spirited Engagement KNEE DEEP What DO You Want Eyes Wide Open Rufus Jones A Luminous Life Producers Sharon Mullally Ann Tegnell Donate Categories Ann Tegnell 70 extendedPLAY news 79 PLAY 31 Sharon Mullally 20 subjects 1 Archief

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=171 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » plus ça change
    PLAY In her later years Allegra discovers the wild Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed on the website Website Comment Latest comments Productions Voices Across the Divide Spirited Engagement KNEE DEEP What DO You Want Eyes Wide Open Rufus Jones A Luminous Life Producers Sharon Mullally Ann Tegnell Donate Categories Ann Tegnell 70 extendedPLAY news 79 PLAY 31 Sharon Mullally 20 subjects 1 Archief

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=168 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » Ann Tegnell cuts PEW portraits for glennfilms
    piece Each 5 minute portrait describes a bit about the work philosophy and passions of the artist and can be seen on the PEW Fellows website designed specifically for the films Or click here for an appetizer Tasty 2010 UPDATE ed website is here Go to the 2008 2007 portraits to see Ann s work Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed on the website

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=164 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » First Person Best Doc at Fest Indies
    edited by Sharon Mullally has been named Best Documentary in the 2008 Festival of Independents in the Philadelphia Film Festival Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed on the website Website Comment Latest comments Productions Voices Across the Divide Spirited Engagement KNEE DEEP What DO You Want Eyes Wide Open Rufus Jones A Luminous Life Producers Sharon Mullally Ann Tegnell Donate Categories Ann Tegnell 70

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=160 (2016-05-02)
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