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Join us for the short film ‘My Name is Al‘ Playing in the Woods Hole Firehouse theater on July 28th at 9pm with the shorts program. Cinematographers Daniel Cojanu and Kristin Alexander will be in attendance. The film premiered in NYC at the REEL Recovery film festival.
Follow the progress of the Carousel of Light in this short video produced by Kristin Alexander. UnderCurrent Productions will be documenting the return of Lance Shinkle’s hand-carved carousel of horses and sea creatures to Falmouth and the group that is making it possible.
A thousand miles and several Red Bulls later, we’re still spinning from a whirlwind commercial shoot in Baltimore with lacrosse star Paul Rabil! Though just a few weeks ago we weren’t aware that there’s such a thing as Major League Lacrosse, we were thrilled to join Huffman Studios in telling the story of the MLL’s […]
It’s not often that we get mail at One School Street, the office building in Woods Hole that we share with John Todd Ecological Design. But soon after releasing a video highlighting JTED’s fabulous work cleaning up oil pollution in the Blackstone River Valley, a steady stream of postcards began to arrive. In this […]
We’re so pleased to announce that Kristin Alexander’s documentary, TRUSTING RAIN, was awarded with the Best Short Documentary at the Blue Ridge Film & Music Festival, held this year from October 12 to 14 in Buchanan, Virginia. TRUSTING RAIN focuses on the small island nation of Bermuda, where residents have developed innovative water conservation techniques […]
Those of you in the Vermont area are invited to a special screening of DEAR PINA, a modern dance documentary shot by UCP cinematographer Daniel Cojanu. Screenings will take place on Thursday, November 8th at the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe and on Sunday, November 18th and the Flynn Theater in Burlington. Director Lukas […]
Kristin’s on a roll these days! After a pit stop back home in Massachusetts to shoot an informational segment for John Todd Ecological Design, she’s headed to Bermuda for a screening of her 2012 doc, Trusting Rain. The short film, which looks at Bermuda’s history of water conservation (and growing wastefulness and demand) is the […]
UCP is honored to be part of the upcoming Reel Recovery Festival in New York City later this month. Kristin’s 14-minute short, My Name Is Al, was selected among titles like On the Bowery and Let’s Get Lost at the annual festival, which is sponsored by Writers in Treatment (WIT). My Name is Al is a […]
Daniel is psyched to be working with ambient soundmakers The American Dollar, producing a music video in promotion of their forthcoming third album, Ambient Three. Due out in September 2012, Daniel’s ethereal visuals (shot in a massive salt mine-turned-museum in Turda, Romania) are the perfect match for The American Dollar’s otherworldly and underwatery sounds! Get […]