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Jean-Pierre Larroque

Media for Social Change: Jean-Pierre Larroque's Showreel

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Excerpts of movies that I've made or been a part of between 2002-2012. Over the last 10 years I've worked on documentaries, public service announcements, and television broadcasts in locations around the world. Further details about the videos featured in my reel are mentioned below. To learn more about me and my videos please visit mediaforsocialchange.org

Documentaries

"Acequia" 00:11 65 minute Documentary, 2012
A story about culture, development and water rights in the mountains east of Albuquerque. In collaboration with Bernalillo County Open Space, Acequia Madre de San Antonio Ditch Association and local residents.

"Permaculture" 02:10 15 minute Documentary, 2010
Aldo Leopold Legacy Film Series Selection presented by the Albuquerque Film Festival and Bernalillo County Open Space. Documentary presents the 14 principles of Ugandan permanent agriculture.


"The Mad One" 03:38 124 minute Documentary, 2005
Screened at the 2006 American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Conference, San Diego. Visionary artist and architect Paul Laffoley has designed a time machine, homes made out of vegetables, and a proposal for the next World Trade Center.


Public Service Announcements

"Water Bottle" 05:35 1 minute Animation, 2011
Concept PSA for USAID's Center for International Disaster Information "Cash is Best" campaign. CIDI informs public and private organizations about the most effective ways to support international disaster relief.


"I Waterboarded Myself" 05:56 4 minute Viral Video, 2007
Featured in front-page Wall Street Journal story by Yochi Dreazen, January 31, 2008. The video and accompanying blog post advocated banning the practice as a form of torture.

Broadcast Television

"The House that Ahmet Built" 06:48 90 minute Documentary, 2006
Production Assistant
Profiles Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, produced by PBS's WNET Thirteen and SDS Productions for the "American Masters" series.

MTV Networks 07:21 2004 -- 2005
Avid and Graphics Assistant
Edited video and prepared animations for promos such as the Nick at Nite Road Crew and MTV2Way Contest.

Gumbo La La 07:40 2003
Production Assistant
Louisiana Public Broadcasting series on Louisiana's disappearing Francophone Cajun and Creole cultures in Louisiana.


The music in the intro and conclusion to my reel is "Days" by Dave Baron. It is featured in my documentary "The Mad One." Show less
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