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PRAIRIE HILL Elementary Documentary

I’ve spent the last year and a half gathering footage and assembling this documentary/promo for Prairie Hill. Another project in the can! PRAIRIE HILL Elementary from nocoastfilms on Vimeo. PRAIRIE HILL Learning Center is a Montessori school located in a unique farm setting 7 miles south of Lincoln just off Highway 77, with a tradition … Continue reading »

Manufacturing Dreams

Manufacturing Dreams from nocoastfilms on Vimeo. “No other art-medium–neither painting nor poetry–can communicate the specific quality of the dream as well as the film can. When the lights go down in the cinema and this white shining point opens up for us, our gaze stops flitting hither and thither, settles and becomes quite steady. We … Continue reading »

Home Grown Film Festival

“Homegrown” Film Festival@ the Bourbon Theatre 1415 ‘O’ Street – April 3rd, 9pmFeaturing local cinema arts on the big screen. Free Admission-Free Popcorn Playlist “The Girl Who Could Run 600 Miles Per Hour” ~20mins Directed by: Mark Thimijan “I Want You To Know Something That Is True” ~2mins Directed by: Jake Gillespie “Neighbors” ~5mins Directed … Continue reading »

Seeing Better

“The documentary idea should simply enable everyone to see better.” – Scot John Grierson, 1939, quoted from The Vision Machine by Paul Virilio. When the Sun Rises from My Office from nocoastfilms on Vimeo.

Do You?

I made this in November of 2006 for the Multiplex installation put together by the Thought Farmers. A row of televisions was set up on a downtown Lincoln sidewalk on a cold December First Friday. There was even a popcorn machine! The piece is certainly inspired by Austrian experimental filmmaker Martin Arnold, who is most … Continue reading »