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The Brooklyn Music Scene

The Brooklyn Music Scene is my current film documentary project as a producer and director.

I have always been curious to investigate and create a documentary about the Indie music production in New York City, specially in the Lower East Side, which was for a long time a tremendous location for independent music production. 163 more words

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The Jump! WTF Experience

The past and present of the underground jazz musicians in Barcelona.

A documentary released at Festival de Cannes 2016 and Directed by Carme Puche, which depicts the blossoming of more than a hundred young musicians in Barcelona. 83 more words

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Midwood Brooklyn

Short documentary about the Victorian Flatbush, one of Brooklyn’s most beautiful, interesting and culturally diverse community.

This film was made on E 19 St. between Foster Av. 86 more words

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The Building of a Community

Film documentary about the Activist Movements of Manhattan Lower East Side

With its long and continuing history as a haven for immigrants, artists, musicians, poets, and political activists, the Lower East Side has been a cultural incubator since its earliest days. 110 more words

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Documentarian, Louise Amandes, Talks Cartoonists, Collaboration, And Getting Into San Diego Comic-Con

“I opened up the email and saw the first word — ‘Congratulations!‘ — I called Ron instantly, jumping up and down like a teenage girl.

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TV Room: 'O.J.: Made in America'

ESPN’s “30 for 30” series has been responsible for some of the better sports-themed documentaries of recent years (Peter Berg’s King’s Ransom, on the trade of Wayne Gretzky to Los Angeles; Ron Shelton’s  207 more words

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Screening Room: 'T-Rex'

As if growing up poor in Flint, Michigan wasn’t difficult enough, Claressa “T-Rex” Shields decided to set herself a lofty goal: Becoming the first woman to win a gold medal in boxing at the Olympics. 76 more words

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