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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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A bored office worker breaks free of his numbing routine by following a bizarre twin to another level of his office building. Music by the Postmodern Escape Artist.
Topics: BAVC, The Factory, youth filmmaking, Dancing Robots
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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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This public service announcement uses a minute-long montage of 500 years of North American history to encourage us to respect the longevity of the trees in our National Parks.
Topics: Environmental, Redwoods, BAVC, Factory, Youth Media
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by Henry Zaballos
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A young boy stranded on a deserted island passes the time by having small adventures and looking for new friends.
Topics: Post-apocalypse, Narrative, Science Fiction, BAVC, Factory, Youth Media
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by Marwaun Brooks, Myquan Brooks, Stephanie Hoang, Brian Birchett
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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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by Ray Archila
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A portrait of a bonsai sanctuary in the heart of downtown Oakland.
Topics: Environmental, Gardening, BAVC, Factory, Youth Media
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by Ray Archila, Lauren Lindberg, Brian Birchett, Zoe Salnave
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An inner-city teen discovers a series of red-ribbon reminders of young people who have died in his community, and he is moved to intervene when he sees a peer on the verge of hurting herself. Music by BUMP Records.
Topics: The Factory, youth filmmaking, That's All We Know
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An anti-violence PSA from The Factory's 2004 youth filmmaking program.
Topics: BAVC, The Factory, Anti-Violence PSA
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by Theo Zaballos
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A young boy stranded on a deserted island passes the time by having small adventures and looking for new friends.
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A daily look at a year in San Francisco, April 2001 to March 2002.
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Living Condition a is a cross platform animated documentary that tells the stories of three families living with a relative condemned to execution. Each family bears witness to highly politicized events told in their own words, revealing a perspective rarely heard. These testimonies exist in multiple states: as pure fact, unreliable evidence, eroded memories, pleas, defenses, traumatic re-visitations and apologies. The animation blends hand-drawn talking heads with imaginary landscapes of...
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br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;} MediaMaker fellow Dawn Valadez discusses her project "Turn It Around, is a transmedia documentary about a diverse group of youth, from gang impacted communities, making a new place for themselves in higher education. For more information about the 2012 BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship visit www.bavc.org/mediamaker
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A daily look at a year in San Francisco, April 2001 to March 2002.
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Xavier is in the studio to talk about Flagging in the Park, a dazzling event in the National AIDS Memorial Grove which celebrates life as people spin Flags, hoops, ribbons, pois to wonderful uplifting music from world class music spinners.   Xavier shows us the basic flagging moves from the roof of the BAVC building and we pay a visit to the June Flagging in the Park as we learn about the magic which makes an event like this possible.   Flagging is hypnotic, medititative, a great workout and...
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A daily look at a year in San Francisco, April 2001 to March 2002.
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 #4. This event was conceived by...
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Globally deploy client-centric human capital via impactful applications. Professionally enable wireless partnerships through extensible alignments. Monotonectally utilize cross-unit meta-services via open-source infomediaries. Phosfluorescently procrastinate integrated technologies and superior potentialities.  Completely iterate superior deliverables and bleeding-edge innovation. Intrinsicly orchestrate ubiquitous technology vis-a-vis collaborative services. Conveniently predominate excellent...
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 #3. This event was conceived by...
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What if kids used cell phones to write poetry? Roland Leguirdi-Laura's film To Be Heard is the story of a group of high school students from the South Bronx who use poetry to transform their lives and the world around them. The core assumption of the documentary is that mastery of language - reading, writing and public speaking - is essential to living an empowered and engaged life. Listen to Power Poetry on PRX.
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Video from BAVC's 2007 Producers Institute for New Media Technologies. (http://www.bavc.org/producersinstitute) Producer/Director: Alex Beckstead Co-Producer: Clark Caldwell "Paperback Dreams" is an ITVS/KQED project funded through the LINCS program. "Paperback Dreams" tells the story of the rise and fall of independent bookstores through the story of Andy Ross, co-owner and cofounder of the landmark Cody’s Books in Berkeley. The film documents the struggle of independent...
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The Truth Will Set You Free OUTSPOKEN By Macky Alston with Sandy Itkoff, Jeannine Caunt, and Susan Reed NGO Partner: Auburn Theological Seminary, Human Rights Commission The Truth Will Set You Free focuses on Bishop Gene Robinson and a host of others whose lives hang in the balance of the church/state battles for LGBT equality. Gene is the first openly gay partnered person to be consecrated a bishop in the three largest high church traditions of Christendom (Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and...
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Very Semi-Serious is an offbeat meditation on the transcendent power of humor, as seen through the iconic New Yorker cartoon. Leah Wolchok explores the modes of these mass-marketed funnies, as well as the hidden personalities behind it.   www.verysemiserious.com www.bavc.org/mediamaker
Zac talks about his role in creating Community in San Francisco, participating in an Urban Beltane on May Day at the Howeird Street Fair 2011, Queericulum SF and the fabulosity of the feyboy collective nestled in the bosom of South of Market
Video from BAVC's 2007 Producers Institute for New Media Technologies. (http://www.bavc.org/producersinstitute) Producer/Director: OPB, Sam Ward Team: Sean Hutchinson, Heather Young http://www.learner.org/channel/courses/amerhistory/interactives/ "America's History in the Making" is a 22-part series produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting. It examines the lives of some well-known, and many lesser-known heroes in the sweep of American history. Their rich biographies provide the backdrop...
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Discussion about Chemical Dependency, Harm Reduction and alternative treatment options. We also mention how people can stay safe during stressful periods such as holidays (in this case Gay Pride). Strategies and tools for Harm Reduction include Cannabis, Self soothing techniques etc.
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Project from the 2008 BAVC Producers Institute Project Director: Paco de Onis The ICC is the first permanent international tribunal set up to try individuals for crimes against humanity. The Reckoning is a documentary about the critical early years of the ICC as it issues arrest warrants in Uganda and puts two Congolese warlords on trial and shakes up the Colombian justice system. Through the Institute, the team will develop a social network, a casual game application for educational...
Eye, Camera is a feature documentary that follows artist Tanya Vlach, who after losing her left eye in a car accident, sets out to build a camera inside her prosthetic eye. "Vision" will be a companion transmedia project, addressing trends in the enhancement of human vision with the use of biotechnology. Jessica Jones and Brittney Shepherd explore questions and ethics surrounding human body enhancement through these two projects.   www.bavc.org/mediamaker
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Globally provide access to e-business intellectual capital rather than tactical web services. Seamlessly strategize market-driven value vis-a-vis sticky e-commerce. Progressively evisculate accurate results with corporate data. Efficiently disseminate distinctive outsourcing rather than open-source partnerships. Energistically matrix bleeding-edge leadership skills through backend imperatives. Intrinsicly grow clicks-and-mortar experiences before standardized action items. Objectively promote...
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Globally deploy client-centric human capital via impactful applications. Professionally enable wireless partnerships through extensible alignments. Monotonectally utilize cross-unit meta-services via open-source infomediaries. Phosfluorescently procrastinate integrated technologies and superior potentialities.    Completely iterate superior deliverables and bleeding-edge innovation. Intrinsicly orchestrate ubiquitous technology vis-a-vis collaborative services. Conveniently predominate...
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Tarabiya is an invitation to experience a shared state of mystical ecstasy. A crew of talented Bay Area belly dancers and musicians take the stage for an evening inspired by joyful state of consciousness that is Tarab! Musicians: Jalal Takesh, Amina Goodyear, Sandy Hollister, Younes El Maqboul, Husain Dixon Resan, Faisal Zedan. Dancers: Ahava, Dannhae, Hana Ali, Nicole, Zahara.
This is the San Francsico Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Show hosted by John Rhodes & Clara Hsu. The featured poets are Stephen Kopel and Marc Kockinos. Stephen Kopel is known as the pedaling poet and among other books published "Spritz" through Regent Press. Marc Kockinos is a poet MC and has MC'd at one of the biggest open mics in the U.S. in San Diego. He MC's all over the bay area.
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Using examples and your experience, this show discusses how to begin  a full, rich and meaningful life through mindfulness.
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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Dear Mandela STANDING OUR GROUND By Christopher Nizza and Dara Kell with Chris Caruso and Tony Walsh NGO Partner: The Poverty Initiative When the South African government tries to ‘eradicate the slums’ by evicting thousands of shack dwellers from their homes, three young friends who live in Durban’s vast shantytowns refuse to be moved. Dear Mandela follows them from their shacks to the highest court in the land as they invoke Nelson Mandela’s example and become leaders in an inspiring...
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A daily look at the year 2001.
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Transmission Meditation is both a world service (Karma yoga) and the most potent technique of personal development (Laya yoga) available today. This meditation is a virtual 'hot house' for the spiritual growth of those who participate on a consistent basis. It provides a vehicle for service affecting the entire evolution of humanity for the better. Transmission Meditation enhances any other developmental practice currently used by the individual, and the potency of energies released during...
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