Student Productions

The videos below were created by students either as a part of my classes, through the Dickinson Multimedia Club or in consultation with me for other classes.

"Hollywood" by David Montross

Hollywood examines the passionate commitment of an 11 year-old boy, "Hollywood" to eradicate drunk-driving. At the age of 5 "Hollywood" was involved in an alcohol-related car crash and has, since become a crusader for other victims.

Runtime: 12:16

"Time" by Lauren Weatherell

Time looks at sociological, religious and scientifics conceptions of human time.

Runtime: 19:03

Why Didn't They Come? -- Ron Garbutt

Why Didn't They Come? examines the possibility of implementing a fire tax to support the volunteer Union Fire Company in Carlisle, PA.

Runtime: pt1: 8:40
               pt2: 7:17


"The Diary"
Nathaniel Kirkland

Short horror film written and directed by Nate Kirkland '11 in conjunction with the Dickinson Multimedia Club.

Runtime:

"Better as an Animal"
Sean Lyness

Short film created by Sean Lyness as part of a course on Digital Film Production (not taught by Justin Marquis).

I consulted with Sean on the script and production of the piece.

Sean is a founding member of the Dickinson Multimedia Club.

Runtime: 9:17

Greek Week - Ron Garbutt

Thsi short film explores the positive and negative aspects of greek life on Dickinson's campus.

Runtime: 12:00

 

 

This film is password protected. Please contact marquisj@dickinson.edu for access.

Pine Arbor Harvest Busk - Ryan Koons

Documentary of the Harvest Busk festival at the Pine Arbor tribal community in Florida. This film is part of Ryan's senior research for the Music Department and has been accepted for screening at the national  OHA conference in October, 2009.

Runtime: 25:27

 

This film is password protected. Please contact marquisj@dickinson.edu for access.

World Citizens -- Elodie Viala

World Citizens examines linguistic and cultural diversity on the Dickinson College campus.

Runtime: pt1: 12:00
               pt2: 12:00


The Effects of Globalization on Indian Cultural Values by Zach Lahey

The Effects of Globalization on Indian Cultural Values examines just that, the ways in which an ever-expanding flobal economy has influenced Indian culture.

Runtime: pt1: 10:38
               pt2: 9:58

 


Conversations -- Yazmin Watkins

Conversations takes the viewer through an evening of discussion with a group of women who ponder the role and portrayals of African-American women in film.

Runtime: pt1: 9:39
               pt2: 8:37



Diversity or Neo-segregation --Randall Phyall

Diversity or Neo-segregation? explores the role of multi-cultural clubs on the Dickinson College campus.

Runtime: pt1: 8:02
               pt2: 6:07


Starting Over -- Stephanie Roberts

Starting Over traces the journey of Robert Pham from a refugee camp in Laos to his successful restaurant business in Carlisle.

Runtime: pt1: 7:23
               pt2: 7:27


Silent Poets -- Flosha "flow" Tejada

Silent Poets follows the formation of a spoken-word poetry group, The Silent Poets, on the Dickinson College campus.

Runtime: 711:23
             

To Read or Not to Read? -- Sandra Garcia

To Read or Not to Read examines adult illiteracy in Cumberland County, PA.

Runtime: 10:25
               

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