Posts Tagged ‘video’

 

‘NICHE’ The Documentary Series: Episode #1 AKINTOLA HANIF / HYCIDE MAGAZINE – A Documentary Film on Creating Yourself, Finding Your Creative ‘NICHE’

Create Yourself, Find Your ‘NICHE’
The Documentary Series for Creatives, Artisans, Artists, Musicians, Innovators, Designers, Influencers, Skaters, Directors etc.

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Produced by: Jay Troupe x Q. Whitening
Directed by: Jay Troupe
Cinematography: Q. Whitening
Edited by: Q. Whitening
Music By: KRK KRLLS x Bill Brown

A tru$tfund collective Production

Trailer III: ‘NICHE’ The Documentary Series: A Documentary Film on Creating Yourself, Finding Your Creative ‘NICHE’

Create Yourself, Find Your ‘NICHE’ 
The Documentary Series for Creatives, Artisans, Artists, Musicians, Innovators, Designers, Influencers, Skaters, Directors etc.

trustfundcollective.com

Produced by: Jay Troupe x Q.Whitening
Directed by: Jay Troupe
Cinematography: Q. Whitening
Edited by: Q.Whitening
Music By: Bill Brown

A tru$tfund collective Production

S.P.A.C.E. Club Presents: Hi Def

Posted: October 12, 2010 in Video
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For the past couple of months I have been working with a young music group called SPACE CLUB. Lime Ltye, Key, and HiDef is bringing a movement to the city that only space can hold. This trio of young artists are trying to get their style and music out to the world. The group is based in Newark, New Jersey. Their combination of sharp lyrical content coupled with a unique sound produced by Lime Ltye has their future looking space bound. It feels good to see young people with a complete mixture of (S)tyle.(P)eace.(A)nd.(C)ulture trying to (E)nhance a city that can always use this type of energy. So check for more music from Space Club. Watch the group grow on their journey for the stars; S.P.A.C.E.

Space Club’s very own Hi Def newest single.
A Life.Love.Lenses production.
Enjoy!

 

Hi Def


Hi Def ft. Lime Ltye- Parachutes

EMAIL:

Limelytemusiq@aol.com(Lime Lyte)

isthathidefxd@aol.com(HiDEF)

phinesse623@aol.com(Key)

TWITTER:

@Scwamgang

@YungLimeLtye

BLOGS:

SPACE CLUB

inahidefworld

YungLimeLyte

spacewave.weebly.com

YOUTUBE:

sCHWAMgangTv

 

 

Video Shot By: Q.Whitening

Edited By: Pat 


Justice

Posted: September 1, 2010 in Video
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One of my favorite videos and I love the T-shirts. I am still looking for some of these tees.

Video: Justice- D.A.N.C.E

Posted By: Q.Whitening

HBO: It’s More Then You Imagine

Posted: August 2, 2010 in Video
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This is why HBO is so dominate today. HBO takes TV and transcends it past imagination. HBO has you watch a show and when the show is over, it leaves you with a thought of, “That was more then I imagined.”

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This is why HBO is so dominate today. HBO takes TV and transcends it past imagination. HBO has you watch a show and when the show is over, it leaves you with a thought of, “That was more then I imagined.”

From: HBO Imagine

Posted By: Q.Whitening

I still remember the first time I watched Crooklyn. Seeing this depiction of a Brooklyn neighborhood in the 70’s blew my mind away. It’s not because of the culture of it  or even the style of the 70’s that got me. What had my eyes glued to the tube like a child’s eye on their favorite candy was the fact that this movie was showing my childhood on screen. I couldn’t believe that my childhood was right before my eyes. People say, “There’s nothing new under the sun” well this is a perfect example of that. It had me flash back to my past like an old man on a park bench. When the movie was over, all I could do is smile and realize when I was a child, I helped make  the world go round.

Crooklyn By: Spike Lee

Posted By: Q.Whitening


“As an artist you go through so many phases so rapidly, it’s hard to like sit down and catch one phase and like one moment that your in. That’s what albums are, like documents of your timeline.”

Jesse Boykins III

Video By: Tone

Posted By: Q.Whitening

One day I was watching an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and it sparked my curiosity to find out the history of the sitcom. I looked it up on wikipedia and discovered something that wasn’t even a thought in my brain.  Before Will Smith was the star of the sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel Air, he started as the MC of the hip-hop duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. They gained critical acclaim for winning the first ever Grammy in the Rap category (1988). Smith spent money freely during his early career and underpaid his income taxes. The Internal Revenue Service eventually assessed a $2.8 million tax debt against Smith, took many of his possessions, and garnished his income. Smith was nearly bankrupt in 1990 when the NBC television network signed him to a contract and built a sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, around him. The show was successful and launched his acting career.

When I discovered this it gave me a new found appreciation for Will Smith’s career and the show. If it wasn’t for that hardship he went through, whether self inflected or not, he may have never had the determination to be a successful actor.  That hardship created a show that has been sown to my life and others. I’ am happy that I discovered he really did have a story about how his life got twist turned upside down and his success in a town called Hollywood.

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The power of photography can re-shape perspectives and opinions on something and/or someone. It can be the one factor that can determine a person’s views about a subject. This documentary is a perfect example of how photography’s impact  has helped a culture show it’s true passion.

SHOT AFTER SHOT!

Award winning filmmaker, journalist, artist, and activist, Thomas Allen Harris, is currently in production with his fourth feature-length documentary, “Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People.” Co-produced by noted scholar, curator, and author, Dr. Deborah Willis, “Through A Lens Darkly,” is the first documentary and multimedia outreach project that explores how African American communities have used the medium of photography to construct political, aesthetic, and cultural representations of themselves and their world.

The “Through A Lens Darkly” project is part of a new generation of interactive media that expands the boundaries of participatory filmmaking by using both traditional documentary and multimedia platforms to engage television and internet audiences in new, creative, and transformative ways.


Video From: Through A Lens Darkly

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