Despite attempts by filmakers like Spike Lee (School Daze) and Sylvain White (Stomp The Yard) it has been almost impossible to capture the true spirit of Fraternity and Sorority life on film–until now. On April 10th photographer John Ledbetter, a member of the Beta Gamma Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc at Virginia State University, posted a highlight reel from a recent probate show of Spring 2011 initiates.
Spring 2011 Beta Gamma Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Virginia State University.
Song: "That you would" by Dear Euphoria.
The making of the video: theurbandaily.com/movies/jbarrow/photographer-captures-essence-of-greek-life-at-hbcus-video/
Throwback Powerful Clip Of The Week: Why Will Smith Is Hands Down One Of The Best Actors Of All Time! “How Come He Don’t Want Me, Man"Posted by: Ebby in Film/ TV | Comment (1)
THIS IS QUITE FUNNY, but I do enjoy the cinematography.. Holla at us Guys... Directed by Gilberto Flores
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I recently found out that Lost Ended last Sunday and being a big fan I total didn't see this happen till it's normal air date. Having watched the entire series, I get alot of mixed feelings like I'm sure alot of people do. Some Seasons it was down right addicting to watch and some felt like fillers episodes (but still good), either way the show has it's way of keeping you hooked (for most people) but cuts you smack dab in the middle of things *instrument plays*. I got into Lost around the 3rd season and had no clue what was going on or who was who and what their relation was to the story so I did what anyone else would. (SPOILER ALERT! DO not read on if you don't want to know the ending of the Series)
A work of the Leo Burnett agency for organization WWF (World Wildlife Fund), with this short-measuring entitled “Space Monkey”. A film carrying a message on our planet. The whole on the tape its of Ben Lee - Song for the Divine Mother off the Universe.
Check out this beautiful 2D Digital animation called, Look Around. The story encompasses the world that is lost chasing the “American Dream.” Enjoy what you have and appreciate the life around you because tomorrow is never promised for anyone or anything. The short animation was beautifully written and directed by Lee kyu-tae. The sound was done by Gwon young-hwan, and the music was done by Shin hyun-mo
A very cool Montage on a very cold very snowy day.
Here we have a Eulogy for things left unsaid. Unfortunately in reality when you leave something unsaid no one else can say it. No narrators and pretty films with musical scores in the background for us. Just the things you say and the things you do not. Make sure you get it right won't you? Enjoy.
Pic via: Ronin
I had no idea Conan O'Brien was this funny. Is this what I've been missing all along? He takes it to his employer on the show they employ him to do in Spanish! He's the man... smh
Ever feel like your slipping? Like your teetering on the edge of something that will change your life forever? Henry has. Consume please :)
Feeling that post industrial post post modernist angst on overdrive lately? Feel as though your going to explode? So does George. I have a feeling I missed hearing about this film because of the current state of the economy. Angst and other such things require stability. The drudgery feeds off of it so I assume this film didn't strike quite the cord it meant to when it premiered last year. Either way its pretty dam funny. :)
Drink in the vastness of the Universe. We are so small. So tiny. And yet, here on earth we are everything. We loom so large. Our conciousness is so foreboding. We are a tiny thread in a large spool of yarn. And yet, to us, we matter more than the yarn itself. Being human is grand. Paratke!
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A short-measuring of animation 3D entitled “Alma” and imagined by the realizer Rodrigo Blaas. History of an young girl intrigued by the window and its headstock very resembling. A work produced by Cecile Hokes, on a music of MastrettaIl. To discover in the continuation.
Well, $300 to be precise. That is what Uruguayan indie producer Fede Alvarez spent on his short film Ataque de Panico! (Panic Attack!). Within days of posting his film on YouTube, Alvarez was given $30M to produce his film.
image courtesy of Los Angeles Times