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Killer Tips for Winning Friends and Influencing People on Twitter

Posted by scottstead on Jul 29, 2010 in Documentary, Film, Vlog

Killer Tips for Winning Friends and Influencing People on Twitter from Chris Suspect on Vimeo.

This short documentary was put together by four people who met on Twitter and set up a sailing tweet up in the Chesapeake Bay. While you will learn how Twitter can bring people together for a great time, you’ll also learn some killer tips on how to use the site effectively. Each of us in the film have different motivations and strategies for the site, but in the end you’ll learn one trick that’s a surefire show stopper.

The concept for the film was created at breakfast before the sail. We shot it with one camera, each of us taking turns.

If you would like to follow us on Twitter we are @chris_suspect, @jonnygoldstein, @iconjohn and @scottstead.

Enjoy!

(Warning: strong language, violence)

 
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CPB and PBS Call For Diverse and Innovative Content At Silverdocs

Posted by scottstead on Jul 1, 2010 in Documentary, Vlog
Joseph Tovares, Senior Vice President of Diversity and Innovation at CPB and John F. Wilson, Chief Television Programming Executive at PBS spoke in front of a full auditorium at Montgomery College during AFI Silverdocs Documentary Film Festival and Conference about their recently released RFP. PBS and CPB are putting $20 million dollars on the line to draw out new ideas for diverse and innovative programming from content creators nationwide. This is the full panel from Silverdocs, however for more information please visit www.pbs.org/difund.

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Oliver Stone Introduces “South of the Border”

Posted by scottstead on Jun 29, 2010 in Documentary, Film, Vlog
Oliver Stone introduces his film “South of the Border” at AFI Silverdocs 2010 in Silver Spring, MD. This was shot on an iPhone 3GS and edited in iMovie.

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On Coal River: An Interview With Ed Wiley

Posted by scottstead on Jun 29, 2010 in Documentary, Film, Vlog
Activist, grandfather, hero…Ed Wiley’s been a busy guy. Most recently he’s one of the main subjects of “On Coal River” a film by Francine Cavanaugh and Adams Wood. His quest for a safe school for the children of Coal River, West Virginia has taken him many places, including the Silverdocs film festival where we met with him on the sidewalk. He shares his trials, hopes and what you can do to help the people of Coal River and all those affected by mountain top removal.This was shot with an iPhone 3GS.

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Reverend Billy Introduces “On Coal River”

Posted by scottstead on Jun 28, 2010 in Documentary, Film, Music, Vlog
With a song, Reverend Billy and his First Church of Stop Shopping choir introduced the film “On Coal River”. Their gospel style was fitting for the film and I, as a West Virginian, truly appreciated their support of this film and this cause. As we say at karaoke, “These kids got pipes.” This was shot on the iPhone 3GS.

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On Coal River: Panel Talk

Posted by scottstead on Jun 28, 2010 in Documentary, Film, Vlog
This is the panel following the Silverdocs 2010 premier of “On Coal River” a film by Francine Cavanaugh and Adams Wood. Special guests were subjects of the film Bo Webb, Judy Bonds, Debbie Jarrell, and Ed Wiley. This was shot with an iPhone 3GS.

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The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan Introduction

Posted by scottstead on Jun 28, 2010 in Documentary, Film, Vlog
Executive Producer, actor and activist Danny Glover and director Henry Corra introduce their film “The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan” for its premier at AFI Silverdocs in Silver Spring, MD. This was shot with an iPhone 3GS.

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Albert Maysles: Side Notes and Anecdotes

Posted by scottstead on May 20, 2010 in Art, Documentary, Film, Vlog
I caught a little of the sideshow/hand shaking action after Albert Maysles spoke at the American Art Museum after a screening of two of his Christo films, “The Valley Curtain” and “Christo In Paris”. He touches, with humor, on the kind of projects that are (or aren’t) being funded today, some of his own new projects, and graciously absorbs adoration from folks that came all the way from Japan to see and speak with him.

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Albert Maysles On “Christo In Paris”

Posted by scottstead on May 20, 2010 in Art, Documentary, Film, Vlog
Documentary filmmaker and Guggenheim award winner Albert Maysles introduces and takes questions at the American Art Museum in Washington, DC at a screening of his film “Christo In Paris”. This was shot on the spot with my iPhone. Audio/Video quality is sub-par due to the apparatus, but the subject is priceless as always. Enjoy!

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Silverdocs Panel: A Conversation About MINE

Posted by scottstead on Feb 28, 2010 in Documentary, Film, Vlog
Amy King interviews Erin Essenmacher, producer of MINE and Scotlund Haisley, animal welfare leader at the AFI Silver Theater in Silver Spring, MD.

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