Kahnawake Film in DC an iMovie on iPhone filmlet

Kahnawake Film in DC an iMovie on iPhone filmlet

Russ Imrie March 19, 2012

*note…in YouTube please click on  (cc) on the bottom frame to see my work on CC – Closed Captions Also–this work can’t be done on my iPhone at this time. But I’m digging into that : )

Screen shot YouTube Closed Caption control button - image Russ Imrie

Screen shot YouTube Closed Caption control button - image Russ Imrie

Closed Captions at 30 seconds and at 1:30. Working on finishing up this film’s captioning this weekend. Please check it out. As someone who is about 50% deaf, I find this rewarding.
This is a  filmlet about film. When you need to deeply inform many, many diverse guests, why does film work? Who does it reach? What are some hidden benefits of the [native] filmmaking process?

Melissa Bisagni, Director of the Media Initiatives Program at the Smithsonian Indian Museum discusses a film program that runs daily at the museum. Filmed March 15 on an iPhone 4 iOS5.1 and edited with iMovie v 1.3.

distant US Capitol dome suptweet tech blog new media filmlet

Russell Imrie is a  Web Content Specialist, webmaster and an American Indian blogger living in the Washington DC area.

Copyright © forever by Russell Imrie

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