Making of MNGWA's "Camino pa tu Casa" Music Video
Behind the scenes of MNGWA's new music video "Camino pa tu Casa", 2020. Directed, filmed and edited by Javier Badillo / Spitshine Flicks http://www.spitshineflicks.com Animated opening sequence by Max Ben https://www.maxben.design/ Shadow puppets by Moth Orbit Object Theater and Minah Lee https://www.mothorbit.com/ Stream the full video at: www.youtube.com/mngwaband
MNGWA "Camino pa tu Casa" Music Video
MNGWA "Camino pa tu Casa" Music Video Día de Muertos themed music video to connect you with the Spirit World // Video temático del Día de Muertos para conectarte con el Mundo Espiritual Directed, filmed and edited by Javier Badillo: https://www.javierbadillo.com/ Opening animation sequence by Makso: http://maksbents.ca/ Shadow puppetry by Moth Orbit with Minah Lee: https://www.mothorbit.com/ Music by MNGWA, lyrics by Blanca Escobar Single now available on Bandcamp: https://mngwaband.bandcamp.com Crackadoom EP coming December 11 on Peace & Rhythm: https://www.peaceandrhythm.com/ Lyrics: Por la noche muy despacito (at night very slowly) Voy camino pa’ tu casa (I am coming to your house) Por la noche muy despacito hay mamá! Voy camino pa’ tu casa Con calaveras, Diablitos y Angelitos (with skeletons, devils and angels) Te venimos a visitar (we come to visit you) Con Calaveras Diablitos y Angelitos Te venimos a acompañar Llegan! llegan! (They arrive! They arrive!) Llegan Calaveras y los Diablitos (Skeletons and devils are coming) Ruegan! Ruegan! (They beg! They beg!) Que no los separes de tu ladito (That they won't have to leave your side)
Kambiz Sharif "NEED" Sculpture, Vancouver Biennale, 2020
Artist Kambiz Sharif presents his new sculpture titled "Need" at the Vancouver Biennale, 2020 http://www.kambizsharif.com/ The Vancouver Biennale is a non-profit charitable organization that exhibits great art in public space, as a catalyst for learning, community engagement and social action, where we live, work, play and transit. Vancouver Biennale 2018-2020 “Re-IMAGE-n” #van_biennale Facebook: @vancouverbiennale Twitter: @VanBiennale Instagram: van_biennale LinkedIn: Vancouver Biennale Video by Javier Badillo / Spitshine Flicks http://www.spitshineflicks.com Music: Triptych of Snippets by septahelix (c) copyright 2019 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/ septahelix/60171
Trailer for "Where is Home?"
"Where is Home?" is a video poem by Trina Frómeta, world renowned Venezuelan dance therapist for people living with Parkinsons disease. Produced by Spitshine Flicks Written and directed by Trina Frometa Filmed and edited by Javier Badillo Original soundtrack by Laura Silva
Deadman Junction Ranch - Historical Museum and Theme Park
Meet Matt Sandvoss, creator and owner of Deadman Junction Ranch, a one-of-a-kind tourist destination and filming location in the interior of British Columbia. Historical Museum + Artifacts and Souvenirs + Film and Photography 40 min. West of Kamloops, BC, Canada (on the Trans-Canada Hwy) For bookings and inquiries contact: Matt Sandvoss - email@example.com Song:“Barbedwire Scars” by The Riptones (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 US) https://www.bloodshotrecords.com Video by Spitshine Flicks / Javier Badillo http://www.JavierBadillo.com
Voices of Nature Rocks Episode 2 Douglas Fir Trees
Eco-rockers Holly and Kevin from The Wilds band bring their show with kids ages 5-13 online, learning about ecological stewardship through the fun of singing original songs together and outdoor explorations of habitats. The series is co-hosted by their boisterous marionette friend, Stage Boy, and includes kid reporters, creative submissions from young viewers and guest experts. Episode 2 features “Mr. Douglas” performed live at the Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, with 2200 singers from schools throughout Edmonton. Stage Boy learns a little bit about Douglas Fir Trees from Ian Bruce from Peninsula Streams. Our International Correspondent in the UK, 11-year old Harrison Lincoln tells us about the British Red Foxes that he's been studying from his yard. Stage Boy attempts to show The Wilds how to change oil and antifreeze on a vehicle but soon discovers he's waaay over his head! We gratefully acknowledge the support of the BC Used Oil Management Association.
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