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Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC)

The Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC), based in San Francisco, California, inspires social change by enabling the sharing of diverse stories through art, education and technology. BAVC manages San Francisco's public access television station, SF Commons, and numerous innovative adult and youth training programs.



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Video from BAVC's 2007 Producers Institute for New Media Technologies. (http://www.bavc.org/producersinstitute) Producer: Damani Baker Team: Susan James, Lafiya Watson http://www.returnthefilm.com/INTERACTIVE.html "Return" is the story of two high-powered New Yorkers and an unexpected journey to Africa. It is a story of discovery: of the secrets of indigenous African medicine, of ancient practice, and traditional healing rituals. In their travels through Ghana, Senegal, Nigeria, and...
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This is John Rhodes and Clara Hsu's Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Show. Featured poets this time are Jim LeCuyer and Alan Kaufman.http://sanfranciscopoetry.blip.tv
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MediaMaker fellow Charlotte Buchen discusses her project "Mix Tape Pakistan," a multi-platform project that aspires to engage Americans in another side of Pakistan with music, stories and song. For more information about the 2012 BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship visit www.bavc.org/mediamaker
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Meat Train and The Tomato Kidd throw down in an epic battle between two dietary philosophies.
Topics: Health, PSA, BAVC, Factory, Youth Media
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Documentary Film: Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines looks at how popular representations of powerful women often reflect society’s anxieties about women’s liberation. The film seeks to inspire women and girls to study the example set by heroic women and to recognize, develop, identify and harness their own innate strengths and powers. Transmedia Project: Wonder City is a game designed to appeal to a broad audience, and will be suitable for tweens, teens and adults....
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A daily look at a year in San Francisco, April 2001 to March 2002.
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This film draws attention to military recruiting practices in low-income high schools and gives teenagers the tools to opt out of the military's recruiting databases.
Topics: Military recruiting, Oakland, BAVC, Factory, Youth Media
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Benjamin Creme's talk covers these topics: Trust, and Complacency, Creativity, Money, and Sharing, Capitalism and Socialism, Capitalism, Socialism, and Basic Human Rights
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Live Neighborhood News Network cablecast from July1, 2011.
This is the San Francisco Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Show Hosted by John Rhodes and Clara Hsu. In John Rhodes' segment poet Jack Foley reads.  There is included a clip with Jack Foley reading one of his famed poet choruses with his wife Adelle. Jack Foley has a literary show on KPFA in Berkeley on Wednesdays. Jack also works for the online Alsop Review and is contributing editor for Poetry Flash Magazine. Cesar Love reads in Clara Hsu's segment. Cesar Love edits for the Haight Ashbury...
In an engaging, frank and sometimes funny interview, San Francisco Mayoral Candidate Bevan Dufty talks candidly about a wide range of topics...the debt crisis, being a single Gay Dad, growing up in New York City, life in politics and his plans for the city if he becomes  mayor.
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Can augmented reality help protect endangered lands? Losing Sacred Ground is a four-part documentary series that tells the stories of indigenous people resisting the destruction of their culture and natural habitats, giving voice to native people on five continents building a land rights movement to protect sacred sites, traditional ways of life and spiritual practices. Listen to Finding Sacred Grounds on PRX.
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A 2009 BAVC Producers Institute Project Project Director: Gita Pullapilly http://www.thewaywegetbymovie.com The Way We Get By is an intimate story of three senior citizens in America as they struggle with growing old and rediscovering their reasons for living. Dedicating their lives to greeting almost 800,000 troops at a tiny airport in Maine, Bill Knight, Joan Gaudet, and Jerry Mundy find the strength to overcome their personal battles and demonstrate the meaning of community during a time of...
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Cooked I LIVE HERE By Judith Helfand with David Cohen, Orrin Williams with Yuko Uchikawa NGO Partner: Center for Urban Transformation Cooked, a feature documentary film and engagement campaign, uses the 1995 Chicago heat wave to explore the politics of disaster. Peabody award-winning filmmaker Judith Helfand takes the story from Chicago, 1995, when 739 people died in a single week, most of them poor, elderly and/or African American -- to the present and into the new world of disaster...
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Can a film tip the scales of justice in Guatemala? Pamela Yate's documentary Granito is a sequel to When the Mountains Tremble. The generals of the brutal military dictatorship in Guatemala that appear in When the Mountains Tremble are now being charged with genocide for their role in the deaths of 200,000 mostly Mayan peasants. Yates was asked to go back into all her outtakes from the previous film to be used as forensic evidence in the criminal case against the generals. An epic investigative...
Wendy Levy from SF based Bay Area Video Coalition is at the helm of the annual Producer's Institute, which brings filmmakers together with technologists to develop new media strategies for their projects. Centered around social and human rights issues, the film projects touch on subjects from healthcare crises to sex trafficking. Draxtor Despres worked around the clock on bringing SL as a possible place to engage to this diverse crowd. A series of interviews starts off with this chat with...
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How can we use technology to bring peace to the Middle East? Budrus is a documentary about a successful Palestinian-led nonviolent resistance movement. Ayed Morrar, a Palestinian community organizer, unites all Palestinian political factions and Israelis, waging an unarmed struggle to save his village from destruction by Israel's Separation Barrier. Victory seems improbable until his 15-year-old daughter launches a women's contingent that moves to the front lines. They save the village, and...
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Lasting Scars BROOKLYN, THE GAME By Kelly Anderson and Allison Lirish Dean with Fivel Rothberg, Laurie Sumiye and Alyssa Katz NGO Partner: Pratt Center for Community Development Lasting Scars is about the largely invisible way that private economic elites are reshaping cities along lines of race and class in the 21st century. The story is told through the eyes of Director Kelly Anderson who, despite her white “gentrifier” status, finds herself increasingly unable to afford the Brooklyn...
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Video from BAVC's 2007 Producers Institute for New Media Technologies. (http://www.bavc.org/producersinstitute) Producer/Directors: Renee Tajima Pena, Evangeline Griego "Calavera Highway" is a film slated for POV in 2008. The documentary traces the odyssey of brothers Armando and Carlos Pena as they carry their mother's ashes back home to South Texas. It is a story of immigrants, identity, and family. At the Producers Insititute, producer/directors Renee Tajima Pena and Evangeline...
Jeff Marshall, an artist living in the San Francisco's Tenderloin District, has achieved international fame by turning iconic images of movers and shakers into kites that he flies in the skies overs the city. Look up and you may see President Barack Obama, Harvey Milk, Eleanor Roosevelt, gazing down on you.   We show video of his process and journey to Ocean Beach on Inauguration Day (January 20th 2009) to see his Obama kites take flight
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Producer/Director: Patrice O’Neal Team: Kate McLean, Ann Bennett http://theworkinggroup.org/index.html "Not in Our Town" (NIOT) is a national PBS series about American communities fighting hate crime. It is a documentary series as well as a campaign that combines public television broadcasts with grassroots events, educational outreach and online activities to help communities battling hate to talk to — and learn from — each other. At the Producers Institute, Patrice O’ Neill,...
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Project from the 2008 BAVC Producers Institute by Daniel Grossman Turning Up the Heat is an independent radio documentary and multimedia project to raise public awareness about the human impacts of global warming. It is collaboration between Daniel Grossman and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. There will be a series of radio features produced for Public Radio International's show “The World” along with an interactive website. The Institute project will be the “proof-of-concept”...
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Teenagers from Oakland and the East Bay are invited to voice their opinions on Election Day, November 4, 2008, in a video confessional booth outside Oakland's City Hall building.
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Third Strike: 100 Performances for The Hole is a mini-marathon of time-based performance that took places on 12/10/11. Each performance lasts just two minutes and takes place in, around, in contradiction of, or is inspired by “The Hole,” a 100-year-old former sand casting pit in the floor of the SOMArts Main Gallery. This project contains documentation of more than six hours of performance in one hour segments, plus a 20 minute highlight video. This is hour #6. This event was conceived by...
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Third Strike: 100 Performances for The Hole is a mini-marathon of time-based performance that took places on 12/10/11. Each performance lasts just two minutes and takes place in, around, in contradiction of, or is inspired by “The Hole,” a 100-year-old former sand casting pit in the floor of the SOMArts Main Gallery. This project contains documentation of more than six hours of performance in one hour segments, plus a 20 minute highlight video. This is the 20 minute highlight video. This...
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Video from BAVC's 2007 Producers Institute for New Media Technologies. (http://www.bavc.org/producersinstitute) PRODUCER/DIRECTOR Virginia Williams Team: Steve Armstrong http://www.womenrule.tv/ In "Frontrunner," Emmy-award winning documentary producer Virginia Williams tells the story of Dr. Massouda Jalal, Afghanistan's only woman candidate for President in their first-ever democratic election. At the Producers Institute, Virginia developed the Women Who Rule website – an...
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Street Artist Jeremy Novy has made an impact with his icon Koi fish that swim the streets of San Francisco. He is in the studio to talk about his new exhibition: 'A History of Queer Street Art' which is running at SomARTS in San Francisco's South of Market, June 4th to June 25th.   The exhibition is international in its scope and reach. Jeremy discusses individual works and gives us a rare  opportunity to learn more about the stencil process he uses to create his art.
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How can you prove the Bible is the genuine Word of God? You can compare its prophecies with exact historical fulfillment.