Kix Creative Kids: The First Kid Film Fest
Kix Creative Kids: The First Kid Film Fest
John Dreiling: Real Father. Real Story. Real Jack Black Customer.
John Dreiling: Real Father. Real Story. Real Jack Black Customer.
bunnies
bunnies
Pulverize Hesitation | The Graphic Art of John D. Muller
Pulverize Hesitation | The Graphic Art of John D. Muller
Urban Remedy "What are kids snacking on?"
Urban Remedy "What are kids snacking on?"
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Alan Page
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Alan Page
Buick Human Highlight Reel |Marty Lyons
Buick Human Highlight Reel |Marty Lyons
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Jerry Kill
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Jerry Kill
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Mike Schell
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Mike Schell
Buick Human Highlight Reel |Nnamdi Asomugha
Buick Human Highlight Reel |Nnamdi Asomugha
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Ann Strother
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Ann Strother
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Tamika Catchings
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Tamika Catchings
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Curtis Granderson
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Curtis Granderson
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Mick Ebeling
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Mick Ebeling
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Debbie Antonelli
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Debbie Antonelli
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Hudson Taylor
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Hudson Taylor
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Alan Page
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Alan Page
Kix Creative Kids: The First Kid Film FestWhen 9-year-old Aven was told he couldn’t enter his films into film festivals because they only accepted “kid films created by adults,” he turned that rejection into a challenge.With the help of his parents, Dustin and Katherine, Aven set out to create the first ever Kid Film Fest, a film festival for kids, by kids. Though it took a lot of hard work, a few online calls for entries, and the help of his friends, in a few short weeks Aven rolled out the red carpet and gave other aspiring young filmmakers a chance to see their awesome films on the big screen.Watch to see how this creative kid made his dream happen.Directed by John Stewart MullerProduced by Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerCinematography/Motion Graphics by Aric Avelino
John Dreiling: Real Father. Real Story. Real Jack Black Customer.John Dreiling is a father of three daughters, he worked hard after Hurricane Katrina to rebuild their home. Finding out his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer was the second storm that shook his life. Here is his real story of how he overcame and battled to keep his family together through the hardest of times.John is a real father, with a real story, and a real Jack Black customer.Directed/Edited by John Stewart MullerProduced by Laura BoersmaCinematography by Aric Avelino
bunniesA brief visit to the Pasadena Bunny Museum featuring an interview with proprietor Candace Frazee. For more info, check out thebunnymuseum.com.Directed by John Stewart MullerProduced by Laura Boersma & Heather DowniePhotographed by Frederick SchroederEdited by Ben Waters
Pulverize Hesitation | The Graphic Art of John D. MullerJohn D. Muller received international recognition for his graphic art, including exhibits in New York, Washington DC, Zurich, Tokyo, Kansas City and Los Angeles.Check out his work at m80art.comProducer: Laura BoersmaDirector: John Stewart MullerCinematographer: Frederick SchroederEditor: Ben WatersTitles: Jeremy Shellhorn
Urban Remedy "What are kids snacking on?"Urban Remedy sits down for a "serious" conversation with kids about their snacks. How well do kids understand the ingredients in popular snacks versus those in Urban Remedy's gluten free and raw snacks?Do you understand the ingredients in what you are feeding your kids?urbanremedy.com/snackDirected by John Stewart MullerProduced by Laura Boersma & John Stewart MullerCinematography by John Stewart Muller & Frederick Schroeder
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Alan PageThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.This episode features NFL Hall of Famer Alan Page, a graduate of Notre Dame. Quarterbacks, criminals, the justice system, and racial equality: Alan Page has tackled them all.Director: John Stewart MullerProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerProduction Coordinator: Kirsten NollCinematographer: Frederick SchroederEditor: Ben WatersMotion Graphics: Aric Avelino
Buick Human Highlight Reel |Marty LyonsThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.Former New York Jet and graduate of the University of Alabama Marty Lyons, with the work of his foundation, helps seriously-ill children forget the lows and experience the highs of childhood joy.Director/Editor: John Stewart MullerProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerCinematographer: Aric Avelino
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Jerry KillThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.Director/Editor: John Stewart MullerProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerCinematographer: Frederick Schroeder
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Mike SchellThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.Former College of the Holy Cross baseball player Mike Schell and his Cannonball Foundation give future student athletes a deserving chance.Director/Motion Graphics: Aric AvelinoProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerCinematographer: Frederick SchroederEditors: Ben Waters, Aric Avelino, and John Stewart Muller
Buick Human Highlight Reel |Nnamdi AsomughaThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.This episode features current Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, a graduate of Cal Berkeley. On the field he stops players from reaching the goal. Off the field, he helps students reach theirs.Director: Aric AvelinoProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerProduction Coordinator: Kirsten NollCinematographer: Frederick SchroederEditor: Ben WatersMotion Graphics: Aric Avelino and Julien Lormant
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Ann StrotherThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.Former University of Connecticut Huskie Ann Strother's Outward Bounce charity is driven by the lessons she learned about teamwork and inspiration as an NCAA champion basketball player.Director/Motion Graphics: Aric AvelinoProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerCinematographer: Frederick SchroederEditors: Aric Avelino and John Stewart Muller
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Tamika CatchingsThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.This episode features WNBA MVP Tamika Catchings, a graduate of the University of Tennessee. Her Catch The Stars Foundation inspires others to exceed their limitations through her boundless determination and inspiration.Director/Editor: John Stewart MullerProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerCinematographer: Frederick SchroederMotion Graphics: Aric Avelino
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Curtis GrandersonThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.All the way from Chicago to center field in New York - Curtis Granderson is helping kids follow his path.Director and Motion Graphics: Aric AvelinoProducer and Editor: John Stewart MullerCinematographer: Frederick Schroeder
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Mick EbelingThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.Former Air Force Academy basketball player Mick Ebeling’s selflessness and passion inspired Buick to tell the story of his Not Impossible Foundation, which uses technology to make the impossible happen. See how they enabled a paralyzed graffiti artist to create again with the EyeWriter.Director/Motion Graphics: Aric AvelinoProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerCinematographer: Frederick SchroederEditor: John Stewart Muller
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Debbie AntonelliThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.Broadcaster and former North Carolina State women's basketball player Debbie Antonelli has always been a go-getter. Inspired by her coach Kay Yow's battle with breast cancer, as well as her own challenges with raising a special needs child, Debbie helped start the Kay Yow Cancer Fund to support scientific research focused on women's cancers.Director/Editor: John Stewart MullerProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerCinematographer: Frederick SchroederMotion Graphics: Aric Avelino
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Hudson TaylorThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.This episode features NCAA All-American wrestler Hudson Taylor, a graduate of the University of Maryland. Currently a coach at Columbia University, Hudson is determined to take down homophobia in the sports community.Director/Editor: John Stewart MullerProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerProduction Coordinator: Kirsten NollCinematographer: Frederick SchroederMotion Graphics: Aric Avelino
Buick Human Highlight Reel | Alan PageThe Buick Human Highlight Reel in partnership with the NCAA shines a light on former NCAA student-athletes who have given their all on the field and now find a way to give even more to the causes that matter most.This episode features NFL Hall of Famer Alan Page, a graduate of Notre Dame. Quarterbacks, criminals, the justice system, and racial equality: Alan Page has tackled them all.Director: John Stewart MullerProducers: Laura Boersma and John Stewart MullerProduction Coordinator: Kirsten NollCinematographer: Frederick SchroederEditor: Ben WatersMotion Graphics: Aric Avelino
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