Documentaries focused on community people and neighborhood issues.
Inside the chaos of Mexico City in the days after the earthquake of September 19, a group of volunteers take the corpse of a person. A silent film, in which the faces of people express their feelings without need of any dialogue and reflect the feeling of a country in difficult times.
'Invisible' is documentary series of short videos focused on the work being done with the houseless in Portland Or. Each episode revolves around one group helping those on the streets. Episode 2 showcases "Because People Matter" a non profit that has been meeting under the Burnside Bridge for 14 years.Category
According to the Polish Football Association (PZPN) Ryszard "Rico" Kacysz is Poland's oldest active football player. But the game is no mere pastime for Rico. For over 60 years, he has divided his time into training sessions and match appearances. After his wife died, football provided him with a much-needed change in everyday chores. In his youth, he wanted to play for Poland - now, he just wants to be able to continue being part of the game.
A short-form documentary about art car creator, retired postman, and minister Rev. Charles "Chuck" Linville. An early adopter of DYI culture in Portland, OR, Rev. Linville is also one of the founding members of the Portland Cacophony Society, a collection of local artists, musicians, and pranksters that Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk wrote about in his Portland expose "Fugitives and Refugees". Diabetic and in his sixties, he has seen trends come and go, while living and creating on his own terms.
This work comprises various types of documentation of a single trip along the entire length of Huntington Drive, a 16-mile-long street that passes through nine cities in Los Angeles County: sounds recorded at various points, photographs of sights along its length, sections of pages from a paper map book depicting the route, and scans of trash picked up along the way.