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Projects Currently in production:
'In and Behind the Chair'
A Documentary by Nanci Pecker
When Nanci Pecker dreamed of becoming a hair stylist, she had a perfect, ordered image in her mind: the cool, impossibly chic (dressed in black) professional employed by a big-name salon in Manhattan. As an NYU undergrad in the 80s she, herself, had been a client at V.S. and watched the stylists in awe; they were sculptors and artists, mostly mute; focused as surgeons as they worked.
There were, at minimum, weekly revelations.
Winner of the Grand Festival Award - Trailer - Current Projects, at the 20th Berkeley Video & Film Festival 2011 - October 1, 2011
This project was successfully funded on Kickstarter, donate to this upcoming documentary today see below donate information.
“The Last Mambo” explores the world of Salsa/Latin Jazz in the San Francisco Bay area from diverse perspectives of dancers, DJs and musicians. The film discusses how the dance aesthetic, musical presentation and cultural context have changed in the wake of Afrocuban music’s growing popularity and commercialization. “The Last Mambo”, punctuated with interviews, photographs and concert footage captures the spirit of Salsa/Latin Jazz, celebrates its rich cultural heritage and debates the nature of its future.
Rita Hargrave – Director - Producer - Videographer
This is her first documentary.
501(c)3 Fiscal Sponsor: East Bay Media Center.
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"This Way Out: A Step By Step Guide To Starting A Worker Cooperative"
A DVD guide to starting a worker cooperative is vitally needed. Millions of Americans with experience, skills and innovative ideas are currently unemployed or underemployed. Many feel they have been “aged out” of the job market. Some are students wondering what will be available for them when they graduate. Many others no longer want to work for corporations that pollute, or engage in other destructive practices. Others realize that the best way to get needed services in their communities, particularly sustainable jobs, is by doing it themselves and being a worker-owner.
DVD's available at: http://www.mightysmallfilms.com/This_Way_Out.html
The Mangrove Project
Paper Promises - The Larry Harvey Story
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