Posts Tagged “youth”

Lost and (Puget) Sound Wins Its First Film Festival Award

On February 25th, 2012 our film, Lost and (Puget) Sound: How We Followed the Rain and Found Our Voice, produced for Seattle public Utilities, screened at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) in Golden, CO. It was the first festival that our film screen at and we are proud to announce that the film won […]

What does Hip-Hop have to do with the Green Movement?

[flv:http://www.ijoarts.com/2011/wp-content/uploads/Lg-files/POAGP-Ashel.flv http://www.ijoarts.com/2011/wp-content/uploads/Lg-files/POAGP-Ashel.jpg 540 360] Three years ago I joined forces with radio host and Hip-Hop activist Keith Tucker to develop an idea he had been working on; an exciting and timely film project called ‘Pursuit of a Green Planet’. The film will explore the ever-evolving ‘Green Movement’ as it intersects with issues of food, health, […]

The Official Lost and (Puget) Sound DVD is here!

We published the official DVD for the educational film “Lost and (Puget) Sound” in August (2011), just in time for the new school year. This film is published here on vimeo in its entirety. We published this short video showcasing the final DVD presentation to give you an idea of what the final product looks […]

Stormwater Pollution In Puget Sound; Our latest series of videos produced for Seattle Public Utilities…

We are in the process of wrapping up a project for Seattle Public Utilities. Last summer we were contracted by SPU to produce a series of educational videos about stormwater pollution in the Puget Sound. The project consists of a 30 minute educational film geared towards elementary and middle school students and three 30 second […]