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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » MIRROR DANCE to screen
    s subjects Margarita de Saá White and John White It will be quite a treat for us all to be together again as it simply doesn t happen often There will be much to talk about as the documentary story stops after their visit to Cuba in early 2004 6 years of personal and political growth and change Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=840 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » PEW fellows videos
    they ARE up in cyberspace on the PEW Fellowships in the Arts YouTube channel Go Check em out Have some fun and hope that you too may some day be so rewarded 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 Website Comment Latest comments Productions Voices

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=787 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » 2009
    Scribe Video Center s Storyville series Held the 2nd Friday of every month Storyville features new completed and in progress work by Pennsylvania independent media makers That s us Scribe Video Center is at 4212 Chestnut Street in beautiful West Philadelphia Come see Fred walk on the water Comments 0 in like a lion Written by PLAYer in PLAY March has her way with us Yes it s ice on the window Comments 0 sneakpeak at the 2008 PEW Fellows portraits Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Once again this winter Ann worked with glennfilms to craft portraits of the 12 2008 Pew Fellows in the Arts It s a great project with fellow mediamakers Glenn Holsten and DP Chris Landy Please note that one of the new Pew Fellows is playwright Rufus Caleb husband of long time colleague Carol Rosenbaum Congratulations to all 2010 UPDATE ed website is here Go to the 2008 2007 portraits to see Ann s work Comments 0 Ann scheduled at Scribe Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell extendedPLAY news Aesthethics of Editing SPRING 2009 SESSION DATE May 20 6 9pm Instructor Ann Tegnell Workshop Location Scribe Video Center 4212 Chestnut Street 3rd Floor Philadelphia PA 19104 Fee 35 25 for Scribe Members As low cost digital video formats allow videomakers to shoot many more hours of footage the editor sifting through all the video and audio elements to find the story has become even more central to moviemaking How do you tell a story through the language of editing What is the meaning of a cut a dissolve a fade Ann will talk about her editing philosophy screen excerpts of her work and those that have influenced her and explain her approach to storytelling through the cut Time permitting participants will be encouraged to

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?m=2009&paged=3 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » Franklin Institute Red-tailed hawk nest
    America It is a large bird with a broad red tail The female is usually larger than the male It appears that a male and a female are co constructing the nest at The Franklin Institute go to the Franklin Institute site to learn much more Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed on the website Website Comment Latest comments Productions Voices Across the Divide

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=443 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » Family Gathering at Foulkeways
    meets learned history It s what makes understanding where we ve been as a people relevant And it makes a good case for the personal documentary I think This piece made in 1989 is still in active distribution I m very proud of it s legs Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed on the website Website Comment Latest comments Productions Voices Across the Divide

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=406 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » spark. lights up Musuem Week
    Museum Week April 27 May 3 2009 The launch event will take place on Monday April 27th at 10am at the Independence Visitor Center on Independence Mall It will feature a wide variety of local museums displaying samples from current exhibitions or collections Press and the public are invited to attend The event will also feature the debut screening of SPARK a new short film about the impact that Philadelphia s cultural institutions have on the hearts and minds of our community Speakers featured include Peggy Amsterdam President Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Gail Harrity Interim CEO Philadelphia Museum of Art Nancy Kolb President CEO Please Touch Museum and Dennis Wint President CEO The Franklin Join the region s cultural leaders as they share details about Museum Week and the special offers available online at www phillyfunguide com museumweek In addition to appearances by the Zoo on Wheels Please Touch Museum s Mad Hatter and museum leaders from around the region there will be a special preview screening of SPARK a short captivating film about Philadelphia s cultural institutions directed by Philadelphia filmmaker Glenn Holsten More than 80 local culture fans appear in the film including Franklin astronomer Derrick Pitts Inquirer film critic Carrie Rickey Dr Brian McDonough and Lily Yeh of the Village of Arts and Humanities From the Philadelphia Museum of Art The Philadelphia Museum of Art joins with the Philadelphia cultural community in welcoming the delegates to the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Museums in Philadelphia April 28 through May 4 The Philadelphia Inquirer Money talk at conventions for museum professionals By Stephan Salisbury Inquirer Culture Writer When roughly 5 000 museum professionals from across the country descend on Philadelphia this week for two conventions they will represent institutions that exhibit everything from Old Masters to

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=338 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » Jim Rymsza on cover of Fine Homebuilding
    and did he bother to mention it No What s the point of social networking really So if he s not going to put it out there let me say Congratulations Jim link to jARCHITECTS notice the link to the MossyBack Morris Men 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

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=429 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » Franklin Institute Hawk Nest
    is the most common hawk in North America It is a large bird with a broad red tail The female is usually larger than the male It appears that a male and a female are co constructing the nest at The Franklin Institute go to the Franklin Institute site to learn much more Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed on the website Website Comment

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?p=414 (2016-05-02)
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