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    Corps and get goosed into action by knowledge of the on going contamination of our precious watersheds It s our world the only one Oh that we know of WHYY aired KNEE DEEP on the following schedule but they don t typically inform us And when I searched on their site earlier this month for broadcasts I did not find these air dates I understand the new buzzword is find not search Right Friday April 23rd 10a 4p 6p 9p Saturday April 24th 2a Sunday April 25th 1pm If you are in another market check your local listings as KNEE DEEP is often programmed around Earth Day It s a good thing Comments 0 KNEE DEEP to air on WHRO Norfolk PBS Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Further research finds more 40th Anniversary of Earth Day screenings of KNEE DEEP WHRO in Norfolk Virginia will air KNEE DEEP on Monday April 12 8am 2pm 7pm Tuesday April 13 12am Friday April 23 10am 6pm 9pm Saturday April 24 2am 1pm Comments 0 WGBH World KNEE DEEP Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Not only will KNEE DEEP be airing in Boston on Friday April 23rd at 10am 4 6 9pm it will also be airing on WGBH World on Saturday April 24th at 2am and Sunday April 25th at 1pm Let all your Boston friends know Comments 0 KNEE DEEP on Iowa Public Television Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news I ve found KNEE DEEP with a similar schedule on Iowa Public Television Mon April 12 7 00 AM on IPTV World Mon April 12 1 00 PM on IPTV World Mon April 12 6 00 PM on IPTV World Fri April 23 9 00 AM on IPTV World Fri April 23 3 00 PM on IPTV World Fri April 23 5 00 PM on IPTV World Sat April 24 1 00 AM on IPTV World Sun April 25 12 00 PM on IPTV World I think this indicates that the satellite feed is at this time nationwide I ll keep scanning for more scheduled airings Good deal Comments 0 earth day and KNEE DEEP perfect together Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news A few more upcoming broadcast sightings if you are in the middle of the country Milwaukee Public Television MPTV 36 3 April 12 7am 1pm 6pm 11pm April 23 9am 3pm 5pm 8pm April 24 1am Idaho Public Television WORLD MT April 12 6am April 23 8am 2pm 7pm April 24 12am April 25 11am Go Corps Comments 0 KNEE DEEP airs on WGBH April 23 Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell extendedPLAY news The 40th anniversary of Earth Day is a good time to re visit KNEE DEEP And it seems that many PBS stations nation wide feel that way WGBH World will be airing KNEE DEEP Friday April 23rd at 10am 4pm 6pm and 9pm Can t miss it We ll keep you posted as air times in other markets become known to us

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    in the Park Senior Environment Corps of Germantown Philadelphia They include a retired bus driver an amateur paleontologist ex teachers lab technicians and a Harvard trained chemist who have all taken on the task of sampling and testing water of regional creeks When the Corps finds evidence of untreated sewage in the Monoshone Creek the question arises How do you get the attention of agencies that can change the situation New political alignments and persistence result in the Philadelphia Water Department investing significant resources to improve the watershed The generation of long term data that supports changes in the management of water and waste combined with a commitment to educating children and communities about the urban environment is the joyful legacy of the Center in the Park Senior Environment Corps Not ready to retire it is a population and an audience that is growing and looking for media that speaks to their concerns I frankly can t see our little group changing the world We can t We re trying to change the people around us so they know it s important to let the waterways live Frances Williams retired medical technician It s great to meet people that have knowledge upon knowledge upon knowledge and just get to work with them I don t think age you know is that big of a barrier with things like this We re coming together for a common cause Sam Goldman Wyncote Academy Student I d like to show that our group is making a real impression on society the community and the way people look at the environment That people recognize that big things can come from little groups Fred Lewis retired manager At the age I am now I m going to run out of time That s going to become a scarce thing for me I would like to use my time well and leave something of my special interests behind And it would be very satisfying to see things a little better than they would have been if I hadn t had a chance to be involved Sarah West retired teacher We spied a clot of seniors tromping through calf high snow along Philadelphia s Wissahickon Creek and thought What are these people up to We discovered their whimsy and fight AND the significant environmental impact they are making in our community One of the most satisfying results of creating KNEE DEEP has been to watch folks emerge from a screening determined to volunteer and make a difference in their own communities KNEE DEEP and the Center in the Park Senior Environment Corps has a remarkable empowering effect Ann Tegnell and Sharon Mullally producer directors Selected Awards Screenings Emmy Award nominated in the Documentary category Telly Award local broadcast television Broadcast Philadelphia Stories a project of WYBE TV35 National PBS Broadcast American Public Television Exchange Program WHYY presenting station Regional Broadcasts in over 75 markets nationwide 2006 PWD Update on the Monoshone Creek Resources KNEE DEEP Credits This

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    video designed to honor that past and encourage support of current and future work was recently edited by Ann Tegnell AFSC producer Tony Heriza and directors David Goodman and Nigel Nobel invested nearly a year in pulling together the diverse components that went into the 20minute piece Expanding and contracting in post from an hour to a just a few minutes the piece eventually found itself in the emotional experiences of a handful of folks working across decades for peace justice and reconciliation The video will premiere in early November at the Constitution Center as part of the AFSC annual public gathering Stay tuned for a full report and clips Comments 0 Shore Doc receives PIFVA Subsidy grant Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Ann Tegnell and Fran McElroy were just notified that they are recipients of a Philadelphia Independent Film Video Association subsidy grant for editing their as yet unnamed shore doc Pictured here is the fabulous and heroic cinematographer Boris Romanenko as he holds Eddie Andress and dad Ed steady in his lens Boris is returning to Russia to pursue his feature filmmaking interests We will surely miss him Comments 0 KNEE DEEP to screen at Weavers Way Co op Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Wednesday October 10th KNEE DEEP Center in the Park Senior Environment Corps Next in the Co op film series produced and directed by Ann Tegnell and WW member Sharon Mullally How a group of volunteers has worked to test Philadelphia s water eventually spawning a community group to work to clean up what goes into our drinking water Come and see your neighborhood and your neighbors in action it will make you wonder what is going on under Washington Lane Films are shown monthly at the Little Theatre at Video Library Germantown Ave near Durham St on a theater sized screen with theater style seating air conditioning when appropriate and popcorn Each film is followed by a discussion Films start at 7 p m Admission is free Comments 0 KNEE DEEP at Woodmere Art Museum Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Sharon Mullally joined documentary makers Lillian Paulmier and Louis Massiah on Wednesday June 6th for a Wednesdays at Woodmere presentation on filmmakers in Philadelphia The Woodmere Art Museum located in Chestnut Hill is dedicated to exhibiting the work of Philadelphia artists KNEE DEEP was a great selection for the evening since several scenes in the film were shot within a stone s throw of the Woodmere on the campus of Chestnut Hill College The Woodmere is looking into the possibility of creating a regular series of work by Philadelphia filmmakers Comments 0 MIRROR DANCE to screen at Dance BOOM Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news 9pm June 14th Wilma Theater Avenue of the Arts Philadelphia MIRROR DANCE will screen as part of Dance BOOM and Philadelphia Dance Project s 5th Annual Motion Picture event Three weeks of dance streetside dancing and late night films characterize this year s festival The mini

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    continue to share a passion for dance Shot in the United States and Cuba over a period of four years the film 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 Set within the context of the turbulent dynamic between the two countries MIRROR DANCE focuses on the twins story of division difference and ongoing efforts at reconciliation It is a universal story that speaks to the personal pain loss and waste that can result from international hostilities Comments 0 LACE IN TRANSLATION opens Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell extendedPLAY news The Design Center at Philadelphia University invites you to join them for Lace in Translation s opening party and reception on Thursday September 24 from 5 7 30 p m Get a first look at the exhibition and mix and mingle with the exhibition curators and other art enthusiasts The event is free and open to the public Premiering at Lace in Translation s opening will be the glennfilms produced video kiosk on the three featured artists Cal Lane Tord Boontje and Demakersvan Edited by 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 BALLYCASTLE to play at Foulkeways Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Ann Tegnell and Frances McElroy will present BALLYCASTLE at Foulkeways in Gwynedd on Saturday September 12th Following the successful presentations of KNEE DEEP and Family Gathering to audiences at this remarkable community this programm is the next in what will become a series of screenings by Philadelphia filmmakers We ll also show a few portraits of Pew Fellows in the Arts that Ann edited produced by Glenn Holsten partly in honor of Fran s Pew Fellowship It s sure to be a lively evening view clip BALLYCASTLE is a half hour documentary that tells the story of Stuart Shils a Philadelphia based painter of Jewish heritage whose encounter with a remote coastal village in Ireland forever changed his life A resident of an old industrial section of Philadelphia Shils early paintings captured the light color and rough texture of neighborhood streetscapes Nearly ten years ago he received an unexpected phone call from Ireland s remote North Mayo coast inviting him to come and paint in Ballycastle He went and his work and life were transformed The documentary captures Ballycastle s exquisite light dramatic scenery and fierce ever changing weather as Shils encountered it This stunning atmosphere attracts an increasing number of internationally recognized artists to live and work under the auspices of the Ballinglen Arts Foundation Juxtaposed with Shils urban Philadelphia studio and work the art of Ballycastle goes on display at the Balllinglen Arts Foundation and the Philadelphia Art Alliance Two worlds two audiences who experience an artist s transformation Comments 1

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    Ramona de Saá Margarita de Saá Alicia Alonso Tanya Featherman Anayansi Sánchez Rodríguez Curzon Soho 93 107 Shaftesbury Avenue London W1D 5DY Box Office 0870 756 4620 Tickets 8 00 Conc 7 00 http www constellation change co uk Comments 0 What DO You Want Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news 06 June 2006 SHARED VISION extendedPLAY COMPLETE GOOD SHEPHERD MEDIATION PROGRAM VIDEO The Juvenile Offender Impact of Auto Theft Diversion Program has collaborated with the Pennsylvania Auto Theft Prevention Authority the Office of the District Attorney and Shared Vision Productions to create a short film What DO You Want The piece will be used to encourage young people to stop and think before making a decision that could hurt others and land them in jail Comments 0 CINE Pitch Contest Nears Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news 16 April 2006 ANN TEGNELL FRAN MCELROY CLARK DELEON WIN SPOT AT CINE PITCH CONTEST The two producers with writer Clark DeLeon will travel to Silver Spring Maryland to pitch their project undisclosed location at the CINE 5 on 5 for 5 Pitch Contest Out of hundreds of submissions 5 projects were chosen to be heard in a meager 5 minutes by 5 panelists representing Discovery US Networks Discovery Health Channel WETA and Blue Bear Productions It s a chance for top players in the field to provide valuable feedback to producers with the possibility of further meetings networking and programming undisclosed location tells the story of a town and a man The town Strathmere New Jersey is a small American fishing and vacation town on the cusp of irrevocable change Soaring property values skyrocketing taxes and a shrinking year round population threaten to destroy the fragile community The man writer Clark DeLeon encounters Strathmere at a time of personal turmoil and rediscovers community values he thought lost Forced to fight for the town s survival residents reveal their passions while DeLeon explores the value such precious places have to the human spirit Held at the world headquarters of Discovery Communications the pitch contest is part of a day long series of events which will include a panel on the fair use initiative and executive networking sessions and culminates in the Golden Eagle Awards Ceremony The 2006 CINE Lifetime Achievement Award will be awarded to pioneer filmmaker Albert Maysles Comments 0 MIRROR DANCE National Broadcast Premiere Written by PLAYer in Ann Tegnell extendedPLAY news MIRROR DANCE PREMIERES ON PBS SERIES Independent Lens Tuesday November 15th 10 30 pm Check local listings at pbs org independentlens Produced by Frances McElroy María T Rodríguez Edited by Ann Tegnell MIRROR DANCE tells the story of Margarita and Ramona de Saá Born identical twins the sisters grew up to become acclaimed ballerinas with the National Ballet of Cuba Once inseparable their relationship deteriorated as Margarita left for America while Ramona embraced the Cuban Revolution MIRROR DANCE is the story of two women forever linked by birth and dance but struggling to overcome a deep rift between

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    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 old rocks But despite the multiplicity of interests and the range of institutional sizes and locations there will be one thing on everyone s mind Money read on The Bulletin Museum Week Offers Discounts Specials By LINDSAY WARNER The Bulletin Friday April 24 2009 It s been a great year for cultural unity throughout Philadelphia We ve stood shoulder to shoulder to view Cézanne s works at the Philadelphia Museum of Art crowded the gates of the majestic new Please Touch Museum and gathered at The Franklin for a glimpse at Galileo s famous telescope whole heartedly supporting our city s rich cultural offerings We ve also stood behind various themed events such as Restaurant Week and Beer Week both heartily endorsed throughout the city leading up to the next cultural event inspiring a seven day celebration Museum Week from April 27 to May 3 Fifty five regional museums will offer special discounts on admission shopping and other amenities in a city wide celebration encouraging residents and visitors to appreciate the role museums play in our city s cultural sector read on Comments 1 KNEE DEEP broadcast in Georgia Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news It s a shame really KNEE DEEP has been distributed nationally by American Public Television for several years We love it But we NEVER know where it will be on air or when Even in our own home town we find out by chance when it will air Well I was pouring over the website stats and saw that Georgia Public Television is not only broadcasting KNEE DEEP but promoting it Go GPT and thank you Comments 0 KNEE DEEP at River s Edge Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Friday May 8th at 7pm at the Scribe Video Center As spring beckons enjoy a program of river stories all from the banks of the Schuylkill and Wissahickon Hooked Philly s Urban Anglers 2008 14 min co directed by Shannon Kane Meddock Mike Attie and Andrew Schwalm

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    for Donde Estan The Disappeared Children of El Salvador that resulted in needed funding to kick this fine project forward Ann worked with co producers Maria Rodriguez and Kaye Pyle to craft the 14 minute piece Go girls 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 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

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    shipping fee no matter how many DVDs you buy Please let others know about the opportunity to purchase one or better yet six copies of this little gem Make checks payable to the Strathmere Volunteer Fire Company and snail to Ella Diamond P O B 66 Strathmere NJ 08248 For more info contact Ella at diamondntq comcast net or at 215 715 7702 You will also be able to buy copies of the DVD at Riordan Realty and at the Strathmere Post Office after 12 17 Comments 0 AFSC Spirited Engagement premiere Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news A Constitution Center Gala was the premiere of Spirited Engagement Quaker Values in Action posted by Ann Tegnell and extendedPLAY inc The 20 minute video features 6 personal stories from locations around the world where the American Friends Service Committee has partnered with people in need The video had Gala audience members laughing crying and celebrating AFSC s 90 years of service and commitment to peace and justice The video is a key component of a campaign that will fund future programs in Peacebuilding Conflict Resolution and Human Rights for Immigrants Disabled People view clip Comments 1 extendedPLAY completes post on AFSC project Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news 90 years of steady thoughtful and courageous work where it is needed most characterizes the American Friends Service Committee A video designed to honor that past and encourage support of current and future work was recently edited by Ann Tegnell AFSC producer Tony Heriza and directors David Goodman and Nigel Nobel invested nearly a year in pulling together the diverse components that went into the 20minute piece Expanding and contracting in post from an hour to a just a few minutes the piece eventually found itself in the emotional experiences of a handful of folks working across decades for peace justice and reconciliation The video will premiere in early November at the Constitution Center as part of the AFSC annual public gathering Stay tuned for a full report and clips Comments 0 Shore Doc receives PIFVA Subsidy grant Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Ann Tegnell and Fran McElroy were just notified that they are recipients of a Philadelphia Independent Film Video Association subsidy grant for editing their as yet unnamed shore doc Pictured here is the fabulous and heroic cinematographer Boris Romanenko as he holds Eddie Andress and dad Ed steady in his lens Boris is returning to Russia to pursue his feature filmmaking interests We will surely miss him Comments 0 KNEE DEEP to screen at Weavers Way Co op Written by PLAYer in extendedPLAY news Wednesday October 10th KNEE DEEP Center in the Park Senior Environment Corps Next in the Co op film series produced and directed by Ann Tegnell and WW member Sharon Mullally How a group of volunteers has worked to test Philadelphia s water eventually spawning a community group to work to clean up what goes into our drinking water Come and see your neighborhood and your

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