"CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" Open and Main Title
The open of the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" on Monday, July 15, 2019. Full coverage: http://nca.st/I4KVm Subscribe to NewscastStudio on YouTube in two easy clicks: http://nca.st/ncytsub This video may contain content copyrighted by third parties but is used as part of news coverage and commentary and therefore subject to the fair use exception under Title 17, Chapter 1, Section 107 of United States law. NewscastStudio makes no claims to third party content contained in this video and no infringement is intended.
"The Kiddush Man" A short film in Israel
"The Kiddush Man" is a Columbia University thesis film, and was awarded the National Board of Review Award by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. Written & Directed by Yitz Brilliant Produced by Joshua Greenberg Co-Produced by Geoffrey Booth Cinematography by Nils Kenaston Edited by Yitz Brilliant Original Score by Greg Pliska Starring Raum-Aron & Tom Fenaughty Previous Screenings: San Diego International Children's Film Festival, Tiburon International Film Festival, Washington DC Independent Film Festival, Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival, New Filmmakers Spring Festival - Anthology Film Archives, Vancouver Jewish Film Festival, Phoenix Jewish Film Festival, Washington Jewish Film Festival, Miami Jewish Film Festival, Denver Jewish Film Festival, Garden State Film Festival, New Jersey State Film Festival, Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival, NYU Jewish Film Festival, Columbia University Film Festival.
"American Harvest: God, Country and Farming in the Heartland" by Marie Mutsuki Mockett (book trailer)
For over one hundred years, the Mockett family has owned a seven-thousand-acre wheat farm in the panhandle of Nebraska, where Marie Mutsuki Mockett’s father was raised. Mockett, who grew up in bohemian Carmel, California, with her father and her Japanese mother, knew little about farming when she inherited this land. Her father had all but forsworn it. In American Harvest, Mockett accompanies a group of evangelical Christian wheat harvesters through the heartland at the invitation of Eric Wolgemuth, the conservative farmer who has cut her family’s fields for decades. As Mockett follows Wolgemuth’s crew on the trail of ripening wheat from Texas to Idaho, they contemplate what Wolgemuth refers to as “the divide,” inadvertently peeling back layers of the American story to expose its contradictions and unhealed wounds. She joins the crew in the fields, attends church, and struggles to adapt to the rhythms of rural life, all the while continually reminded of her own status as a person who signals “not white,” but who people she encounters can’t quite categorize. American Harvest is an extraordinary evocation of the land and a thoughtful exploration of ingrained beliefs, from evangelical skepticism of evolution to cosmopolitan assumptions about food production and farming. With exquisite lyricism and humanity, this astonishing book attempts to reconcile competing versions of our national story.