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  • Keeping a Silence | Department of Art & Art History
    2015 Keeping a Silence 16mm black and white film Liam Dalzell Graduate Documentary Film and Video December 2002 Video Duration 4 14 min About Keeping a Silence examines how solitude and a sense of community interact in the life of Fr Daniel a Benedictine monk in the Immaculate Heart Hermitage near Big Sur California About the Creators Liam Dalzell Student Documentary Film and Video About Department Overview People Works Contact

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/keeping-silence (2015-06-03)
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  • Grease | Department of Art & Art History
    March 2003 Video Duration 7 30 min About Grease explores our society s dependency on gasoline and the choices we have as average consumers The film profiles a group of people in Sebastopol California who have converted their diesel cars to run on vegetable oil Grease also examines the shortcomings of the auto industry to offer fuel efficient cars About the Creators Carla Gutiérrez Student Documentary Film and Video Marisa

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/grease-0 (2015-06-03)
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  • Nocturnity | Department of Art & Art History
    Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Nocturnity hd video Alexandra Liveris Graduate Documentary Film and Video June 2013 About After ten years of sleepwalking I conduct a self surveillance experiment to confront my unconscious nighttime activity Awards Festivals and Screenings Tribeca Film Festival 2014 About the Creators Alexandra Liveris Student Documentary Film and Video About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/nocturnity (2015-06-03)
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  • Iraq in the USA | Department of Art & Art History
    Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Iraq in the USA hd video Tanya Sleiman Graduate Documentary Film and Video June 2009 Video Duration 22 22 min Watch Video About A vibrant collective portrait of ordinary Iraqis navigating extraordinary transition while creating new lives as refugees in strange lands About the Creators Tanya Sleiman Student Documentary Film and Video About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/iraq-usa (2015-06-03)
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  • pillow fight club | Department of Art & Art History
    video Jeffrey Seth Colen Tanya Sleiman Graduate Documentary Film and Video March 2008 Video Duration 6 44 min About Thousands of people converge to pummel each other with overstuffed pillows on Valentine s Day in a flash mob This film explores this widespread counter culture phenomenon happening in urban settings worldwide About the Creators Jeffrey Seth Colen Student Documentary Film and Video Tanya Sleiman Student Documentary Film and Video About

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/pillow-fight-club (2015-06-03)
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  • If No War? | Department of Art & Art History
    A meditation on strength and companionship explored through the life story of Yoshi a 30 year California resident born in pre WWII Japan Awards Festivals and Screenings Winner Best Documentary Stanford Student Film Festival 2009 Sacramento Film Music Festival 2009 Skidmore International Student Film Festival 2008 Northern California Film Festival 2008 Toronto Student Shorts Film Festival 2008 San Diego Women s Film Festival 2008 Austin Asian America Film Festival 2008

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/if-no-war (2015-06-03)
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  • Emily Fraser | Department of Art & Art History
    a San Francisco Bay Area documentary filmmaker committed to telling stories that spur positive social and environmental change Her work has been shown around the country and the globe screening at venues such as Big Sky Documentary Film Festival Doc NYC the Columbus International Film Video Festival the University Film and Video Association Conference and the Pacific Film Archive among others Emily has served as a film fellow for the Southern Environmental Law Center the coordinator of the Stanford Environmental Humanities Project s annual environmental film series a teaching assistant for the Stanford Arts Intensive a video producer for the Boy Scouts of America and a submission screener for AFI Docs documentary film festival In a previous life she worked as an environmental consultant focusing on projects in conservation resource management and alternative energy Emily holds a bachelor s degree in environmental policy and art architecture from the College of William and Mary and an M F A in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS Graduate Student Fellowship UFVA 2014 Enersen Foundation Production Grant 2014 Work Consider the Ant Jun 2014 Lady Parts Sep 2013 Sleepless Jun 2013 Answering the Call Mar 2013 Of Cows and

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/emily-fraser (2015-06-03)
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  • Megan Smaker | Department of Art & Art History
    Mills College She has conducted field research in Somalia The Balkans and North Africa Meg has presented her fieldwork in Washington DC and was also a guest lecturer at Columbia University She has traveled to over 40 countries and worked in the Middle East for over half a decade This wanderlust is what first sparked her interest in documentary films which lead to an internship at National Geographic Television where she won PichFest 2010 She is particularly interested in documentaries about conflict zones Meg fused her lust for political economies in war torn countries with her love of art to create Somalia and The Piracy Bell Curve an animated academic documentary about Piracy and State Building in Somalia She also produced Sex Drugs Student Loans a documentary that explores the growing number of students who are entering into the sex industry to help pay for the rising cost of higher education This documentary won her the Diamond Award at the 2011 California Film Awards Meg enjoys using unconventional methods in her films such as animation or humor to present heavy topics in the hopes that this will disarm the audience and streamline complex issues to make them more tangible to

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/megan-smaker (2015-06-03)
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