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THX 1138 A Stunning Visual Display, Despite Flaws

George Lucas's absorbing visual mastery takes a harsh look at consumption and regulation. Clothed in institutional white uniforms and with depersonalized ciphers for names, catatonic citizens march about sterile hallways and malls and confess to a computerized messiah. Sedatives control and curtail the emotions and desires of the populace, while vapid yet cheerful messages promoting the benefits of…

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"Verge Culture"

Discussing tech trends and the "verge culture", with Pharrell Williams, Grammy Winner musician & producer and Greg Selkoe, Karmaloop CEO.

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'Harlem Shake' Goes Viral

Today’s generation seems to feed on viral video dance crazes. Recently, ‘trap music’, a sub division of EDM known for its use of heavy bass infused with elements of hip-hop, has been gaining substantial recognition due to Baauer’s song “Harlem Shake.” Baauer, an up and coming trap artist released his hit song “Harlem Shake” this past summer which has recently inspired people all over the world to create…

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Educational Initiatives Speak Out Against Youth Violence

HFI Executive Producer Johnny Ray Gill works with HFI staff producer to help teens achieve the perfect shot for their PSAs The National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) is excited to endorse National Youth Prevention Week, which will take place from March 18-23, 2013. This weeklong educational initiative hopes to raise awareness and combat youth violence. SAVE’s mission…

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It's a Wrap! Day One

And so it begins. We got all dolled up and just shot the first roll of footage for our exciting new documentary, but that's all we'll share for now. Don't worry, though, we'll keep you posted on all the latest updates. Make sure to check back soon.

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Screening of the Documentary Miss Representation

The health of our youth is something that receives attention everyday, across many platforms. As a society, we are rightfully concerned with a child’s access to food, access to healthcare and access to safe environments. But, how much attention do we pay to their overwhelming access to media? With youth viewing an average of 10 hours of media per day, media can be the most persuasive force shaping…

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Two Days at Philly CineFest

Film junkies, moviegoers and filmmakers turned up to show their support for indie flicks and to witness some killer filmmaking at Philadelphia CineFest.

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