Ten Things for Sunday

Ten Things for Sunday

Here are the Sunday things for this week:
a collection of internet items the team has curated for your enjoyment.

#MaskUp417 from Carbon Trace Productions on Vimeo.

  1. We entered into a contest and lost. Yes, I am bitter about it, but the video remains very cool. Help me by watching and sharing.
  2. Shout out to MSU’s paper The Standard for this insightful article about a local bar that I hope stays around forever and ever. LONG LIVE THE OUTLAND
  3. The only way we will ever create policies that work is if we listen to the people on the ground and reflect that to the data we can gather. Here is a great article from PolicyLink about Race, Risk, and Workforce Equity.
  4. On the bright side of the pandemic, author and cartoonist Galadriel Watson has this to say about online opportunities.
  5. In lieu of having a conversation in person, I now read conversations between authors I adore.
  6. Did she read my diary or my Tumblr? An entry from an online horse girl
  7. This week’s Documentary recommendation “The Birders” comes from our very own Jym Wilson who says “Not only is it about birds, birding and birders, NYC and specifically Central Park, but it’s about seeing and listening. Two things everyone should try to do more of.”
  8. CBS Sunday Morning has been a weekly part of my life since I can remember. This week’s story about one Washington City printing their own money leaves me wondering about the other unseen possibilities for our future.
  9. We met Alessandra Monsolfi when we went to Texas for “Witness at the Border” in January. We saw some of her amazing signs first hand but had no idea about her vast talent until now.
  10. The “Songs from the Street” student crew are officially in picture lock for the film, and they surpassed their fundraising goal! We are all grateful for the donations to make this film possible. We look forward to its premiere. More on that soon!

 

That is it for the internet this Sunday. Thanks for reading!
If you have anything you want to include in our Sunday things, shoot us an email at Carbontraceproductions @ Gmail dot com.

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#Maskup417

#Maskup417

Here is our entry into the City of Springfield video contest! We support the city council’s mask ordinance.

#maskup417 City of Springfield, MO – Connect with SGF

Camera Ops: Andy Cline, Shane Franklin
Editor: Chris Gawat
Director: Shannon Cay
Cast: Jym Wilson, Donelle Blubaugh, Debbie Rollinson, Lola Butcher, Ethan Turner, Chris Gawat, Shannon Cay, Jordan Galkowski, and Ireland Strong

Support Nonprofit Documentary Filmmaking

Check out our Patreon memberships. At the $5 per month level of support, you get free VIP codes for all Carbon Trace pay-per-view movies, including the right to download a copy to keep! It’s a great way to watch our documentary films while supporting our nonprofit mission of documentary education and humanitarian service.
Carbon Trace can provide significant guidance in developing, funding, producing, and distributing a documentary film. For high school students wishing to learn more about documentary filmmaking, Missouri State University offers degrees in digital filmmaking, media production, journalism, and other associated areas.

 

To take part in the documentary education provided through the Carbon Trace Team we encourage you to apply for a filmmaking internship, submit a documentary idea, or apply to become a volunteer using the forms below.

Join Carbon Trace as a student volunteer

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10 Things for Your Sunday

10 Things for Your Sunday

    1. The highly anticipated Carbon Trace documentary film “A Vietnam Peace Story” is reaching the final stages of the editing process.
    2. Support the Missouri State University Library with “An evening with Rare Books” via Zoom on Friday, July 24, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. This online event is free and open to the public. 
    3. What a roller coaster of emotions. The documentary film  Mucho Mucho Amore is about the dazzling, legendary astrologer Walter Mercado. 
    4. Welcome to the world I have lived in since 2015. No bra. No problem.
    5. These graphics about how people perceive time explains why some moments feel like a lifetime, and others pass by seemingly instantaneously. 
    6. Similarly, this short article about the theories of time and The Values Helix blew me away.
    7. Doodle Queen Edith Zimmerman is at it again this week. Give your brain a break and check out her comic strips here
    8. Springfield: Meet Voter safety and convenience. The Local NAACP Chapter is getting the power back into the hands of the people with drive-through voter registration. 
    9. Here is a situation in the higher-ed world that we will be following about a rule change that may send hundreds of thousands of international students away from their studies. 
    10. If you have ever wondered how the Carbon Trace Team got its start, look no further. Our Patreon members were the first to see this and many other videos. Become a member of our Patreon family today. 

Carbon Trace Origins from Carbon Trace Productions on Vimeo.

Support Nonprofit Documentary Filmmaking

Check out our Patreon memberships. At the $5 per month level of support, you get free VIP codes for all Carbon Trace pay-per-view movies, including the right to download a copy to keep! It’s a great way to watch our documentary films while supporting our nonprofit mission of documentary education and humanitarian service.

A Note from Carbon Trace:

Carbon Trace can provide significant guidance in developing, funding, producing, and distributing a documentary film. For high school students wishing to learn more about documentary filmmaking, Missouri State University offers degrees in digital filmmaking, media production, journalism, and other associated areas.

To take part in the documentary education provided through the Carbon Trace Team we encourage you to apply for a filmmaking internship, submit a documentary idea, or apply to become a volunteer using the forms below.

Join Carbon Trace as a student volunteer

Apply for an internship

Submit a documentary idea