Bina 48 at VCAM's studio in Burlington, VT. The footage will be used for an upcoming ebook about Bina 48 and Lifenaut and for an upcoming New York City theater piece called "Love Machine" by Brooklyn based IMA. Check out the video for the performance here: http://vimeo.com/58938114
Just finished up a new video for Tiger Style for their new iphone video game: "Waking Mars", voted one of the best iOS games of 2012. They are working on converting the game to a PC version. Vote for them on the Steam Community site here: steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=92975821
Check out "Waking Mars" here: http://www.wakingmars.com
New video for Goddard College and KSE Partners focusing on Goddard's head chef Paul Somerset and his sustainable food program. http://www.goddard.edu/people/videos/goddard-food-program
Rob Koier, Director of "Strength of the Storm" was interviewed live on The Weather Channel January 28th, 2012 to promote the central Vermont premier of the film. Check out the link here: http://youtu.be/CbsyGBdjU_0
Froggy FM from Barre, Vermont interviews Rob Koier, Director of the film "Strength of the Storm". Check it out here: http://youtu.be/DhathVDeyB8
Strength of the Storm will be shown on March 17, 2012 at 4pm at the Green Mountain Film Festival. After the film there will be a panel discussion with the mobile home park residents featured in the film and filmmaker Rob Koier. For more info about the film festival visit: http://www.greenmountainfilmfestival.org/ and to see the new, upgraded web site for the film visit: www.strengthofthestorm.org
The central Vermont premier of Strength of the Storm, a film Directed by Rob Koier and Produced by The Vermont Workers' Center is coming up, January 28th at five pm at Barre's Old Labor Hall in Barre, Vermont.
Check out the web site or facebook page for more info: http://www.strengthofthestorm.org/
On August 28th, 2011, tropical storm Irene devastated many communities across southern and central Vermont. One week later, The Vermont Workers' Center, a local non-profit, hired me to document the recovery effort. A very powerful story of a community coming together and organizing to create change emerged out the wreckage. I made a five minute trailer and a fifty-five minute long film about the recovery effort at Weston mobile park in Berlin, Vermont. More than just a film, this was a transformative experience for myself and the people that became the main characters of the movie. Their courage and resilience in the face of disaster is inspiring.
For more information, upcoming screenings and to see the five minute trailer visit http://www.strengthofthestorm.org/ and to find out about The Vermont Workers' Center's ongoing Put People First campaign visit http://www.workerscenter.org/
The original score was written by Elm Audio, check out his web site here: http://elmaudio.com/
Our trailer for Tigerstyle's iphone video game Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor just passed 100,000 views on You Tube.
Tigerstyle's new iphone game, Waking Mars has been garnering lots of interest in anticipation of it's official launch this winter.
Seventh Generation was voted #1 Greenest Brand in the US this week. They hired us to shoot some footage at their Lake Street office for a quick video. Post-Production was handled by an outside company. http://www.seventhgeneration.com/learn/video/seventh-generation-named-1-greenest-brand-us
RKFP was recently hired to create opening and ending credits for a music video produced by Seventh Generation. The song, called "One Seed", was written for Seventh Generation by children's music artist, Laurie Berkner and perfromed by The Laurie Berkner Band. We made the opening and ending credits featuring an animated lady bug created by Nicolo DePierro. You can see it here: http://www.seventhgeneration.com/learn/video/laurie-berkner-makes-music-seventh-generation or on their You Tube channel here: http://youtu.be/Qx-9hfcKx6s
One of the pictures I took of Bina 48 for Lifenaut.com is being featured on Radio Lab's web site. Check out the nationally syndicated show's interesting take on "the world's most sentient robot". http://www.radiolab.org/2011/may/31/everyone-has-solar/
Briefly mentioned as current editor on Mac Parker's film Birth Of Innocence in an article by Seven Days. http://www.7dvt.com/2011macs-missing-millions-plot-twists-abound-film-fundraising-probe
RKFP is editing a feature length film for visionary Director Mac Parker. The film is called Birth of Innocence. It charts the loss and recovery of our connection to our own unique inner-self. The film invites the audience out from the compulsive hyper-activity of modern media culture and allows them to enter a deeper, quieter space within themselves.
A feature length science fiction film (2B/Transhuman) that RKFP was hired to re-edit is now being shown as a "pitch-cut" to American and International film financiers. We were hired by Terasem Media and Films to re-structure, tighten the film and generate new sound design and visual effects. We worked with MoonBase9 Design on the visual effects. The film stars Kevin Corrigan (The Departed, Pineapple Express), James Remar(The Warriors, Dexter) and Jane Kim (Tie A Yellow Ribbon). Check out www.2bmovie.com or www.terasemfilms.com to find out more about the film.
Just finished up editing a film about a school in cambodia for Director Allan Nicholls. The school is run by a non-profit called Caring For Cambodia. For more information about Caring For Cambodia and their programs check out www.caringforcambodia.org
Check out the video on vimeo: http://vimeo.com/16836430?ab
A video we produced four years ago for Seventh Generation under our old moniker "Black and Blue Productions" is being featured on the New York Times web site right now.
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS a short documentary we produced last year is playing on October 24th at 04:10 pm at Palace Cinema Nine in Burlington, VT. It's part of the VT International Film Festival. www.vtiff.org
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS is a short, highly stylized documentary about the tumultuous 1820s Anti-Masonic Movement and the current state of Freemasonry in Vermont. This film is excerpted from a feature length documentary about Vermont's Independent spirit, called Freedom & Unity: The Vermont Movie. The feature length film is currently in post-production. For more information go to www.thevermontmovie.com