A Mirror

Part of the film: The Ripple Project: ONE

An artist paces through his color filled studio, images of pop icons and hyper realistic depiction of ironic reality are scattered throughout. Marc Dennis, a New York painter, pains away at his next creation while drowning in a memory of a lost freind, Dina, a Shoah survivor; which Marc interviewed before she passed away. Dina’s voice swell as we begin to see a clandestine painting that Marc has been working on.

Marc Interview with Dina (part of Ripple Series ONE)

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Halloween, Lower Mahattan 2012

[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/52982408[/vimeo]

 

This short film is in no way trying to give a sense of the scale of destruction that Hurricane Sandy caused NYC- compared to Redhook, the Rockaways and other parts of the city the destruction cause to lower Manhattan was comparitively slight but residents still had to endure days without power or access to basic needs as most  businesses were closed beneath 34th street. This is simply a document of some of the things we saw while biking around 2 days after the storm and an attempt to capture the strange quiet mood that engulfed the city. -Dylan Angell

Directed by Dylan Angell Camera by Daniel Terna Edited by Joe Morgan Music by Jeff Tobias

Executive Producers Liron Unreich and Michael McDevitt

Muse Films

The Ripple Project is very excited to announce our partnership with Muse Films and Television who are now working as our fiscal sponsor.

MUSE Film and Television is a non-profit executive production company that uses film and digital media to create quality films on visual art and culture. MUSE initiates projects, manages production and distribution, and disseminates films to the broadest possible audience.

MUSE coordinates and manages the production of films from inception to completion by creating partnerships with independent filmmakers, technical consultants, content advisors, broadcasters, and distributors. Using the most advanced technologies MUSE enriches its film projects through parallel productions, which include books, study-guides, DVDs, and websites.

MUSE’s mission is based on the belief that film is one of the most important ways to appreciate and understand art. By examining art through historical and cultural contexts, MUSE documentaries seek to enhance the art experience.

May Day

This week marks the one year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. The May Day protests were one of the last major Occupy related protests to take place under the banner of the movement. After a relatively quiet winter May Day highlighted the crossroads that the movement was at, there were many questions to if the movement was growing too divided or if it could substain itself in any form and it’s hard to say if any of those questions were answered on May 1st. I felt disoriented throughout the day, unsure of what to make of the events that took place. I tried to create a video that matched the feeling I had.
-Dylan Angell


Directed by Dylan Angell
Shot by Ryan Hunter
Edited by Joe Morgan
Music by Gabe Celestino
Voices sampled from May Day Radio
Executive Producers Liron Unreich and Michael McDevitt

Read/See more about Vignettes: here

May Day

[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/49618815[/vimeo]

This week marks the one year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. The May Day protests were one of the last major Occupy related protests to take place under the banner of the movement. After a relatively quiet winter May Day highlighted the crossroads that the movement was at, there were many questions to if the movement was growing too divided or if it could substain itself in any form and it’s hard to say if any of those questions were answered on May 1st. I felt disoriented throughout the day, unsure of what to make of the events that took place. I tried to create a video that matched the feeling I had.
-Dylan Angell
Directed by Dylan Angell
Shot by Ryan Hunter
Edited by Joe Morgan
Music by Gabe Celestino
Voices sampled from May Day Radio
Executive Producers Liron Unreich and Michael McDevitt
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