In Mississippi, I came across black and white biker clubs doing something surprising... hugging. And blessing each other. Made a short documentary about it, which won at the 2017 Oxford Film Fest and airs on PBS this Fall.
Donald Trump says he has a “very good relationship with the African-American community”. In this new campaign video, he explains why black people should vote for the Fresh Trump of Harlem.
Starring Brock Baker as Donald Trump | Written, Directed and Produced by (Harvardwood Founder) Mia Riverton | Produced by KLOMP! Animation | Animated by Cas van de Pol | Music produced by Michael Cohen AB '99
This video was shot in Sutton Clock Shop which has been in business in New York City for over 60 years. The shop is run by Sebastian Laws, a master clockmaker, who learned his craft under the tutelage of his father, a former member of the Danish Underground in World War II and a rower who competed in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.
Originally located on Sutton Place in NYC, this video was shot at its location on the corner of 61st and Lexington, where it resided for 45 years. In late 2012 it moved to it's present location at 218 East 82nd Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenue.
Sutton Clock Shop has gained a lot of publicity since the video was released. It was featured on CNN, the PBS program Marketing Warriors, the Huffington Post and the Emmy award winning PBS series, New York Originals.
Originally produced for Etsy.com, the Sutton Clock Shop video won Best Film in WNET's Reel13 short film contest and was a finalist in Shooting People's film of the month competition.
Coleman let go and let have, Rachel had her hands full, Quinn was on the warpath (again) with Chantal, Tiffany AND Darius as her marks, there were two surprise appearances - one brought joy (yaaaaay love), the other straight up more mayhem and a real cliffhanger. Seriously smh and already eagerly awaiting Season 3. I am HOOKED! LOVED THIS SEASON!!!!!
It's official Coleman is SUPER wack! Rachel's Revenge on Yael - YIKES!! Quinn had a roller coaster day – hearty laughs and horrible news. Chantal a.k.a. "Miss Debutante" decided to show more of herself. Sigh. Jay played himself and Madison was tasked with an odd and comical mission.
Quinn is back in charge and made it clear that snitches get stitches, we got some key intel re Rachel's backstory, Coleman is looking maaaad shady, Yael comes clean and a former contestant makes a surprise appearance to have a chat with Darius. Juicy!
Quinn stay plotting, Rachel can't get right, Chantal did waaaay too much, Darius and Romeo literally end up in a world of hurt, Jay checks Rachel (again) and Yael 'bout to get all the tea!
Class assignment: L & J cuts, proper exposure, storytelling, use of sound, match cuts, hidden cuts, 3 minute hard limit, web development, photography, etc.
Music written & produced by Robert Popa. Camera work by Robert Popa. Lighting & direction by Robert Popa. Edited in Adobe Premiere and sound production in Avid ProTools by Robert Popa.
Rachel deals with the aftermath of Jeremy's abuse, Darius goes to Alabama, Quinn's new boo is THE BEST and I'm pretty sure clowning Graham is my new favorite thing.