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AYVAwards_Documentary_Dance to Express
This documentary is a look at the world of street dance and the women who have dedicated their lives to it. It explores what inspires them and how dance permeates their lives. The competition and challenge has been central to who they are.
Poverty is the burden in my life and of many people life around the world. "Inferior" veils my truth about poverty and what people seem to frown upon or mock every time they walk pass a homeless person and laugh at him or her for asking for help. This piece was inspired by my experiences with back to back shelters and the reiteration of seeing homeless people like myself being mocked, laughed, and frowned upon at by people. " Inferior" will hopefully reach out to those who look at homeless people as if they were lower, as if they weren't a regular person crucified by life. We are more than a half filled cup, we are human. I want people to feel the pain of thousands of people who are out on the street and who dont have a room or home to go to. I want to change the way people see homeless people, this piece is for everyone who is homeless and deemed inferior, for all the children, teens, adults, who are afraid to say I live in a shelter or I'm homeless. This is for every homeless person who walks the Earth. For the music video we used close ups, side shots, long shots, and b roll of images and videos to underscore how poverty has an affect on us.
You Can't Trust Marketers
Show: Adobe at Cannes Lions
80% of CEOs say they can’t trust marketers. So we asked people on the street in Cannes, France if they trust marketers. In this episode, hear the latest from Cannes Lions attendees about marketing and see what some folks are doing to usher in a new age of marketing credibility.
Building Interactive Presentations, Brought to You by "Sesame Street"
Are you looking for a better way to design pitches and creative presentations that are sure to hold your clients' attention? See how designers from the creative team behind "Sesame Street" build engaging presentations using Adobe InDesign — featuring interactivity, photography, and even the beloved "Sesame Street" characters — for maximum impact. In this session, Mark Magner, Diana Leto, and Raf Czapski will show how to: • Create effective pitches that go wherever you need them, from print to tablets, online sites, and conference rooms• Deliver an engaging interactive experience• Export your presentations in different formats