"A DAY IN THE LIFE" wins Audience Favorite Award at the 4th Annual Santa Monica Teen Film Festival!!!
|The 4th Annual Santa Monica Teen Film Festival was held on Saturday, June 20 and Sunday, June 21, with the purpose of encouraging and mentoring youth who dream to become professional filmmakers. The festival screened dozens of films from all over the country, created by youth aged 12 to 18 years, with Awards given for Best Documentary, Best Live Action, Best Animation, Best of the Fest, and a special Santa Monica Budding Filmmaker Award.|
A DAY IN THE LIFE was shown during the second day of screening in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Auditorium of the Santa Monica Main Public Library in front of an audience of about 100 youth and adults. Director Jordán Howard accepted the Audience Favorite Award for her cast and crew, which included a trophy, gift certificates and meetings with industry professionals.Cast & crew members in attendance included Producer & Mentor Chase White, Co-writer Sarah Sax, Director Jordán Howard, Cinematographer Alex Pine, & Actress Rebecca Jupiter.
The film is posted here for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy & CONGRATULATIONS!
"A Day in the Life" teaches how to reduce, reuse & recycle!" This fun short film follows a family of four through their day commenting on the choices they make with cool facts and green solutions.
Written by students at the Environmental Chater High School of Lawndale, directed by future super-star filmmakers Jordan Howard and Alex Pine. If you want to change the world and don't know how, this film will lead you in the right direction. Enjoy!
Recycled Movie teaches students about solar-power & silk-screening at the East Hollywood Earth Day Festival.
photos by E.Weitzberg courtesy of www.goodpersona.com
|In their first collaboration, Recycled Movie and the L.A. Conservation Corps joined forces at the East Hollywood Earth Day Festival, Saturday, April 24th. The Conservation Corps' "Clean and Green" team consisted of nine students ages 14-17, who assisted with recycling and waste management at the event.|
|Recycled Movie founder Chase White taught the students about solar power by demonstrating the S.P.I.R.T. (Solar Powered Interactive Recycling Trailer). The S.P.I.R.T. uses three 100 Watt solar panels to charge an industrial sized deep cell battery; then, a 700 Watt inverter converts the stored 12V energy to 110 and is able to power 2 lcds monitors, speakers and lighting for the trailer. The lcd monitors are used to screen short films and public service announcements produced by recycled movie in collaboration with several different student groups. |
|Next, the students learned to silk-screen, an artistic process which embosses images on blank shirts. By pressing ink through a pre-made screen with a squeegie, each student made several shirts with this year's winning Earth Day logo, the "Ying-Yang Earth," a symbol of balance, unity, peace and harmony. Shirts for this event were generously donated by American Apparel, and the mobile silk-screening station was provided courtesy of American Boutiques.|
Check out these amazing organizations who help to make Recycled Movie a success!
GREEN AMBASSADORSGreen Ambassadors, an award winning project of Environmental Charter High School, is an environmental education program that empowers youth to be agents of change in their communities and world. Through service learning, community partnerships, and cross-cultural and global exchange, the program fosters personal growth and leadership skills to help youth tackle the most critical environmental issues facing our planet.
Rent DVDs by mail from GreenCine.com, As Low As $9.95 Per Month! Unlimited rentals, choose from 80,000 titles. Free Shipping!
JUNKRAFT" JUNK RAFT SAILS TO HAWAII TO PROTEST PLASTIC POLLUTION OF THE SEA."
Eco-mariner Dr. Marcus Erikson sails a raft built from 15,000 bottles and half a cessna airplane to Hawaii!
This 2000 mile, 13 week journey serves to call attention to a major oceanic environmental problem – the accumulation of plastic trash in the seas.
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION
• Discover California's recycling goals, grants, as well as where, what, and why to recycle.
• Order free resources including recycling starter kits, stickers, posters, even free recycle bins to help expand your personal and business recycling interests.
• Play "CAN IT" the online recycling game... and much, much more.
CaterGreen! Zero Waste Solutions provides compostable alternatives to disposable cups, plates, plasticware and more for food providers, festivals, events, restaurants, businesses, and individuals that want to make a difference in this world.
Our services and products are one choice that will assist in reducing the impact we have on our environment and assist in Global Healing for all living beings for now and future generations.
Official Site of "STILL ME," a powerful award winning short film that tackles the challenges of a stroke victim who no longer seems the same to his wife and friends.
Written, directed and produced by stroke survivor BETH McELHENNY, the all star cast includes TINA GLOSS (Pushing Daisies), SCOTT KING (winner - Best Actor, Spudfest), and Recycled Movie Founder CHASE WHITE, who is also a producer on the project.www.brookwoodfilms.com
"Image, Design, and Marketing Specialists!"
Advertising Campaigns, High-End Photo Retouching, Photography, Graphic & Textile Design, Art Direction & Web Design.
FREE TEA PARTY
"The Free Tea Party cultivates community while encouraging peace through actions like rideshares and serving free tea!"
Check out the adventures of Guisepi and his magical biodiesel bus "Special Edna" as they travel across the US providing ride shares, wisdom, and free tea. Proudly sponsored by Mountain Rose Herbs, Bennetts Honey Farm, The Reclaimer and Zhena's Gypsy Tea.
EAST HOLLYWOOD NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
"The East Hollywood Neighborhood Council serves the diverse, dynamic and unique community of East Hollywood."
It is home to Los Angeles' designated Thai Town and Little Armenia neighborhoods, as well as large numbers of other immigrant groups such as Mexicans, El Salvadorans, Guatemalans, Filipinos, Koreans, South Americans, Ukrainians, Russians and many more. This community also comprises of a youthful community where 64% of its residents are under the age of 40, as well as a heavy renter population of 88%.
STAGE OF THE ARTS
Stage Of The Arts, Inc. is a grassroots arts and humanities organization, a non-profit 501(c)3 California Educational corporation founded June 15, 1982 in the MacArthur-Echo Park neighborhood. Arts education and cultural activities are our working tools to promote social change and community gathering in the City of Los Angeles. Stage of the Arts promotes and develops multiethnic, international arts and cultural awareness.
AMERICAN BOUTIQUES - LA
We welcome boutiques, designers, sales reps, wholesalers, retailers, on-line stores, home-based businesses, artists, and manufacturers to share space in this beautiful fashion building . Our goal is to provide help to businesses affected by our current economic crisis. We are home to those who will survive by cutting operating cost and earning more profit. Are you a boutique looking to pay less rent? Boutique sharing is the new era in retailing.
Press: LATEST NEWS ARTICLES
Recycled Movie SERVCES
Recycled Movie Services
BOTTLES & CANS
Contact us to find out more!