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What we're doing at "Gospel From the Roots Up"

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Factory alum Ame Garrucho returns to Factory to share Motion Graphics experience, develop new logo

Ame Garrucho, a participant in the Factory over the summer of 2006, returned to the Factory to gain internship credit to complete her degree in Motion Graphics at Ex'pressions College. As a Factory filmmaker, Ame produced Help Me Please, the most successful music video in the program's history (click here to see the video).

Ame's internship was extraordinarily productive: she did the DVD design for the forthcoming Best of NextGen DVD, she trained current Factory youth on programs like Adobe After Effects and Illustrator, and she developed a new logo for the program!

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Interview with Factory Filmmaker David Johnson

David Johnson, a Junior at Holden High School in Orinda, filmed his documentary Momo while on a trip to Northern India with other adventurous American teenagers last Summer. It is an observational documentary about two Tibetan refugees and their daily routine of making steamed dumplings to sell at a town market. Watch his film and then read his interview below.

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BUMP Records Industry Showcase

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by Robert Collins, BUMP Manager

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Report On Our Progress

Download a copy of the report we recently sent to the city outlining our progress thus far.

 

 

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