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  • Why Are You A Producer of Lemonade: Detroit?

    by Erik Proulx Posted 1 year ago

    Over 2500 people have become producers of "Lemonade: Detroit." Some for a dollar. Others for thousands of dollars. But every one of them knows it's time to change the narrative around the inspiring city that is Detroit.

    Become a producer.
    http://lemonadedetroit.com


    MUSIC: "Waldorf Theft Song" by Au Revoir Borealis
    http://www.aurevoirborealis.com/

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  • Our School Trailer: Detroit Public Schools Documentary

    by iamyoungdetroit Posted 2 years ago

    Focusing on three Detroit public high schools, this film presents the daily life within the schools. Students, teachers and principals guide the viewer through the hallways and the streets. Beginning with a morning commute across town, the film is a journey through one day in DPS, seeing rays of optimism, anger and hope, programs that are grabbing student's attention and the insides of a school left abandoned.

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  • After the Factory Film Trailer

    by DETROIT LIVES! Posted 2 years ago

    Premiering at 7pm on Thursday, February 2 at the DIA in the Detroit Film Theatre. Tickets: http://bit.ly/ATFatDFT Official film website: http://afterthefactoryfilm.com/ A production of DETROIT LIVES! http://detroitlives.com/ In association with Topografie Association of Lodz, Poland http://topografie.pl/ hello@afterthefactoryfilm.com

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  • A Century of Engineering Excellence

    by UDMDetroit Posted 2 years ago
    In celebration of the first 100 years of engineering education at University of Detroit Mercy, this program features UDM Engineering alumni talking about why the University led to great things for them.
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  • DetroitUnspun TV - Ep 1

    by DetroitUnspun Posted 2 years ago

    DetroitUnspun TV brings you highlights and interviews from around the region talking about the transformation of Metro Detroit. This week we featured Valentine Vodka, The various holiday happenings at Campus Martius, 2Square, and Henry The Hatter. The show hosts this week were Dave Lingholm, Natalia Petrasczuk and Ashley Hennen (in order of appearance).

    For more stories, visit http://blog.thedetroithub.com

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  • Tanya White - "Communication"

    by detroitpublictv Posted 2 years ago
    A profile of Tanya White, a teacher at Osborn High School in Detroit.
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  • Tonya Raye - "Coaching"

    by detroitpublictv Posted 2 years ago
    A profile of Tonya Raye, a teacher at Cody High School in Detroit.
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  • efficio adversus difficultas- making it in detroit

    by detroitbigfdeal Posted 2 years ago

    nathan talks about starting a cinema in detroit

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  • City Profiles

    by MyDetroitCable channel 10 Detr Posted 2 years ago

    City Profiles Interviews Sommer Woods of the Mayor's office.
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  • The Great Detroit Incinerator Battle: Civil Disobedience - May 16, 1988

    by Joel David Silvers Posted 2 years ago

    The Detroit "Waste-To-Energy" Incinerator - the world's largest trash incinerator - opened in 1986 to great controversy, and fellow Detroit filmmaker George Corsetti and I have documented the ongoing community opposition to this incinerator ever since. In 1988, a group of environmental activists calling themselves the Evergreen Alliance formed to mobilize the inner city community immediately surrounding this incinerator, and on May 16, 1988, they staged their first act of civil disobedience which George and I captured on camera. Many of their subsequent demonstrations were creatively staged using gigantic puppets inspired by Vermont's renowned Bread and Puppet Theater. These acts of guerrilla theater were also captured on camera and will be shown in upcoming video documentaries. ... Among the initial participants in the Evergreen Alliance protests who can be seen in this documentation of the May 16, 1988 civil disobedience is Harry Schnurr, an inspiring member of Detroit's counter-cultural activist community who passed away in April of this year.

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  • Grown in Detroit documentary trailer

    by poppenk Posted 2 years ago

    Just imagine... Teen moms becoming urban farmers. Utopia? Not in Detroit! Nature is taking over the city and the new generation is taught to harvest its profit. The award winning documentary by Dutch filmmakers Mascha & Manfred Poppenk, cinematography by Suzan van Steenwijk www.grownindetroitmovie.com

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  • Lemonade: Detroit Trailer

    by Erik Proulx Posted 2 years ago

    Instead of sensationalizing blight, “Lemonade, Detroit” will sensationalize hope, told through the intensely personal stories of people who are actively changing their city. If you'd like to become an IMDB-credited producer of "Lemonade: Detroit," you can sponsor individual frames of the film. Just visit http://buyaframe.lemonadedetroit.com to get involved. And if you have any connections to a marketer that wants to get behind this project, or even a philanthropic rich uncle who wants to generate positive change in Detroit, please download our sponsorship package here: http://bit.ly/sponsorpackage Thanks again for all your support. You can follow our progress and see some behind-the-scenes clips from the film on http://lemonadedetroit.com. Hope you enjoy the preview. CREDITS Director, Producer: Erik Proulx Producer: Chris Perry Producer: Laura Hochthanner Director of Photography: Peter Nelson Editor: Pete Warren Editorial: Finish Editorial Production Company: Ringside Creative Music: Fancy Lad Music Title Design and Logo: Stephanie Kohnen Shot on the Panasonic 3700 and Canon 5D.

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  • MSFV 2010 - Reflections that Morning Makes

    by jprusak Posted 2 years ago

    2010 Best of Show Winner
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  • Urban Roots Trailer

    by Tree Media Posted 2 years ago

    Urban Roots is the next documentary from Tree Media. Produced by Leila Conners (The 11th Hour) and Mathew Schmid and directed by Mark MacInnis, the film follows the urban farming phenomenon in Detroit. Urban Roots is a timely, moving and inspiring film that speaks to a nation grappling with collapsed industrial towns and the need to forge a sustainable and prosperous future.

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