This tape features raw footage for the documentary “None of the Above,” an in depth ethnographic look at non voting citizens in the U.S. In this video, the videomakers follow Frank RePass as he goes to his office in downtown New Orleans. Once there, Frank talks about a variety of subjects including: his thoughts on the political process, his love for genealogy, and his work as a lawyer. The videomakers also gather footage from in and around the city. Frank #6. Continue reading
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In this raw tape, Skip Blumberg shoots on the streets of New York for The 90’s, asking people about the upcoming presidential election. At the same time, Danny Schechter and a camera crew shoot Skip for a Globalvision video training tape. Most of the tape is Skip shooting Schechter’s crew as they interview him. Skip gives simple and clear explanations of the principles that guide his shooting (i.e., one should not look through the viewfinder but should instead learn to shoot without thinking about it). Continue reading
This video features raw footage from the documentary “None of the Above,” an in depth ethnographic look at non voting citizens in the U.S. This tape features footage of non voter Gene Tenzca at his home in Orange, Massachusetts on election day 1996. We watch as Tenzca flips through channels while commenting on coverage of the presidential election. Continue reading
This video contains raw footage for the documentary “None of the Above,” an in depth ethnographic look at the non voting citizens of the U.S. On this tape, the three documentarians continue to speak with Frank RePass, a non voting New Orleans resident. Frank #2. Continue reading