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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » KNEE DEEP+Spirited Engagement at Foulkeways
    the piece would find a larger audience in the community Environmental issues interest in filmmaking and the added touch of AFSC history and connection to Foulkeways Quaker founders will make it a vibrant evening At extendedPLAY we hope it might lead to an ongoing Philly Independents series at Foulkeways Post a comment Name required E mail required will not be displayed on the website Website Comment Latest comments Productions Voices

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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » KNEE DEEP GOES NATIONAL ON PBS
    then program it anytime over the next three years So keep your eyes peeled and on your local PBS station schedule APT expects dense programming of KNEE DEEP in conjunction with Earth Day which is April 22 this year Everything you pour down the storm drains end up in the water supply And the only way to find out is to check the rivers and streams that empty into the Schuylkill where we eventually get our water Ed Chun retired chemist The half hour television program follows the Senior Environment Corps over the course of a year as they sample and test the waters of creeks in and around Philadelphia s Fairmount Park Putting pressure on public agencies to correct problems with pollution educating schoolchildren about the environment and simply looking out for each other makes them quiet heros that the entire nation will now get to meet KNEE DEEP is produced by Ann Tegnell and Sharon Mullally of extendedPLAY inc distributed nationally by American Public Television and presented by WHYY Philadelphia 1 comment on KNEE DEEP GOES NATIONAL ON PBS Ernie said Sunday 01 April 2007 if only I had a nickel for every creek I d skipped in

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  • extendedPLAY » Blog Archive » UK PREMIERE OF MIRROR DANCE
    Cuba over a period of four years Mirror Dance reveals some of the complexities of the sisters relationship the worlds in which they live the choices each has made and the conflicts each has endured as they hope that one day they will reconcile Directors Frances McElroy and Maria Teresa Rodriguez Cast Ramona de Saá Margarita de Saá Alicia Alonso Tanya Featherman Anayansi Sánchez Rodríguez Curzon Soho 93 107 Shaftesbury

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  • extendedPLAY » Ann Tegnell
    as a long time PIFVA member We are very grateful for the support of both organizations Change in Motion will take place on Thursday June 14 at 7 00pm at The Painted Bride Art Center 230 Vine Street in Old City Admission is free and open to the public To RSVP please call 215 545 4078 or click here Comments 0 LASA Award of Merit goes to Niños de la Memoria Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell The Latin American Studies Association has granted an Award of Merit to Niños de la Memoria Children of Memory The film will screen at the conference in San Francisco on May 26th Go Niños Comments 0 Niños de la Memoria at Ambulante film fest in El Salvador Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell Editor Ann Tegnell and subject participant Jamie Harvey will join producers Kaye Pyle and María Rodríguez in El Salvador for the first public screening of Niños de la Memoria at the AMBULANTE film festival in El Salvador May 8 18 2012 It will be an incredible moment to see the piece we ve been working on so long screen in a multiplex with folks who are living this history Two screenings and a panel discussion possibly a filmmaker s working session will complete our participation But more films and visitations await Report to follow Comments 0 Sneak Peak at Niños de la Memoria Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell This is the project formerly known as Dónde Están It s what I ve been cutting these past few years along with another thing or two It s so close to being out in the world that you can get a sneak peak Comments 0 Academy Awards night Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell PLAY Ann and Ernie at the 61st Academy Awards when Family Gathering was nominated for Best Documentary Short Nice Comments 0 Barefoot Artist scenes from a documentary Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell Lily Yeh is a global artist who is fueled by a belief that art is a human right and that artists can create a foundation for profound social change Slight of frame but large in spirit and vision the 70 year old artist was born in China lives in Philadelphia and now as constant traveler the world is her canvas This lyrical and emotionally wrenching film is a full portrait of the artist documenting two sides of Lily s life her international ventures mending the broken and helping to heal weakened spirits in communities in North America Africa China and India and a personal journey within to repair her own fractured family The Barefoot Artist is the definitive telling of Lily Yeh s story in film It will trace her evolution as an artist from her first exposure to Chinese landscape painting as a young girl in China to the hauntingly beautiful memorial she designed to honor the victims of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda It will show her methodology for community building using

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    Deep 2004 30 min follows volunteers from the Center in the Park Senior Environment Corps of Germantown who have all taken on the task of sampling and testing water of regional creeks leaving a generation of long term data they have collected is the joyful legacy of education and commitment to the environment Scribe Video Center is at 4212 Chestnut Street 3rd Floor in West Philadelphia Tickets are 5 and it is FREE to Scribe members Come on out Comments 0 STRATHMERE posts on GFEM database Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news We ve recently posted STRATHMERE on the GFEM database GFEM s primary mission is to encourage their grantmaker colleagues to consider funding or to increase their funding of compelling innovative social issue media as a field We think STRATHMERE just might be one of these projects Please visit my profile in the Grantmakers in Film Electronic Media Database View project media a project description profiles of key personnel and a funding history Comments 0 Strathmere take another look Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell extendedPLAY news We are posting a new clip of our Strathmere project In partnership with Shirley Road Productions we keep plugging away on this pretty little piece about a precious place under pressure Click on the photo to take a look It s a larger video file so be patient Comments 0 WHYY to broadcast KNEE DEEP Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Set your calendar alarms Spring brings out the KNEE DEEP re broadcasts from WHYY Ch12 Philadelphia April 19th Sunday at 10 30pm after Masterpiece Classic Little Dorrit April 24th Friday at 5 30am after Frontline Poisoned Waters If you haven t seen it yet or want to wallow again in the waters of the Wissahickon tune in Comments 0 PEW unveils 2008 Fellows film portraits Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell extendedPLAY news 2010 UPDATE ed website is here Go to the 2008 2007 portraits to see Ann s work Today sees the launch of the website for the 2008 Pew Fellows in the Arts portraits The site was once again beautifully designed by flux and hosts all 12 artist portraits and the trailer It s a great place to enjoy Ann s editorial work with glennfilms Chris Landy s cinematography as well as the work of the 2008 Fellows We are lucky to have Pew in our lives The website launch follows last night s wonderfully happy premiere screening at International House Comments 0 KNEE DEEP to play Scribe s Storyville Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Friday May 8th at 7pm KNEE DEEP will hit the silver screen as part of 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 sneakpeak at the 2008 PEW Fellows portraits Written

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    a documentary Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell Lily Yeh is a global artist who is fueled by a belief that art is a human right and that artists can create a foundation for profound social change Slight of frame but large in spirit and vision the 70 year old artist was born in China lives in Philadelphia and now as constant traveler the world is her canvas This lyrical and emotionally wrenching film is a full portrait of the artist documenting two sides of Lily s life her international ventures mending the broken and helping to heal weakened spirits in communities in North America Africa China and India and a personal journey within to repair her own fractured family The Barefoot Artist is the definitive telling of Lily Yeh s story in film It will trace her evolution as an artist from her first exposure to Chinese landscape painting as a young girl in China to the hauntingly beautiful memorial she designed to honor the victims of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda It will show her methodology for community building using art as the foundation which she has developed over many years as she has worked in impoverished communities around the world It will showcase her remarkable artistry and talent in terms of the physical spaces she has transformed It will show the power of her work in terms of the lives she has touched Finally it will reveal the source of her quest and the personal costs of a life committed to the public The film is directed by Glenn Holsten and Daniel Traub Ann Tegnell wields the scalpel and Flux the brush Comments 0 Dónde Están is going to Sundance Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell As a partially Sundance funded doc Dónde Están is one of five productions headed to the 2011 Sundance Documentary Edit and Story Lab Very exciting We will be working with seven stellar Creative Advisors experienced assistant editors and the knowledgeable staff of The Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program to refine our narrative We re told it will be intense and we hope it is It s quite an honor for all of us and a great lift to the final stages of post production Stay tuned Dónde Están tells three intertwined stories about children who disappeared during the Salvadoran civil war and the search 30 years later for family identity and justice as Salvadorans struggle to right the wrongs of the past Producers are Kaye Pyle and María Rodríguez with María also directing and editorial is in the hands of extendedPLAY partner Ann Tegnell photos courtesy Katherine Smith Pyle Comments 0 egg Written by PLAYer in PLAY According to the more vigilant hawkaholics the first egg of 2011 from the pair of red tailed hawks at the Franklin Institute was laid 17 March at 2 54pm Estimated hatch is 24 April Egg seen here with Dad Comments 0 Mirror Dance available from iTunes Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell It s

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  • extendedPLAY » Ann Tegnell
    and lensed by Chris Landy the 12 minute piece reflects and informs the exhibit with interviews behind the scenes moments and historical background Click on the photo to see the PSA Or watch all 12 minutes below Enjoy Comments 0 spark Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell love it click on photo to see MUSEUM spot Comments 0 Strathmere take another look Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell extendedPLAY news We are posting a new clip of our Strathmere project In partnership with Shirley Road Productions we keep plugging away on this pretty little piece about a precious place under pressure Click on the photo to take a look It s a larger video file so be patient Comments 0 PEW unveils 2008 Fellows film portraits Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell extendedPLAY news 2010 UPDATE ed website is here Go to the 2008 2007 portraits to see Ann s work Today sees the launch of the website for the 2008 Pew Fellows in the Arts portraits The site was once again beautifully designed by flux and hosts all 12 artist portraits and the trailer It s a great place to enjoy Ann s editorial work with glennfilms Chris Landy s cinematography as well as the work of the 2008 Fellows We are lucky to have Pew in our lives The website launch follows last night s wonderfully happy premiere screening at International House 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 share examples of their own editing challenges for an informal discussion in class Ann Tegnell is an Academy Award and Emmy nominated producer director and editor She is co founder of extendedPLAY inc and Senior Editor Post Production Supervisor at Hall Media Productions She has worked extensively in television at post production facilities and within non broadcast media Her current independent documentary credits include Mirror Dance an ITVS funded Independent Lens program with producer directors Frances McElroy and Maria T Rodrguez Family Gathering an Academy Award nominated American Experience broadcast with Lise Yasui and Knee Deep the Emmy nominated extendedPLAY inc production with Sharon Mullally Comments 0 PIFFARO video makes you smile Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell extendedPLAY news Collaborating with Glenn Holsten of glennfilms Ann

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    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 Comments 0 First Person on WHYY review Written by PLAYer in Sharon Mullally extendedPLAY news Posted on Thu Sep 25 2008 Jonathan Storm Reality check Channel 12 presents an eye opening documentary about six Philadelphia youths and their struggles to realize their dreams By Jonathan Storm Inquirer Television Critic No child left behind except a few thousand every year on the mean streets of Philadelphia or Camden or Wichita or any other American city It s hard for middle class people in the suburbs not to mention Washington politicians to understand the pressure in worlds that are a few miles away as the crow flies but separated by a cultural continental divide Now and then some documentarian makes the trip and shares what he or she sees Benjamin Herold s powerfully intimate First Person airing tonight at 7 30 on WHYY TV12 is one of those letters home a portrait of six young Philadelphians on the verge of their dreams and the burdens they face in seizing them It won two prizes at the 2008 Philadelphia Film Festival Best Documentary and Best First Time Film Director First Person is simply required viewing for those who care about our country s future especially those who think 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

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