New Dreams for a New World is a documentary film that looks at what people's hopes and dreams are for this world, their government, their lives. We are in a volatile and dangerous political period that is threatening the political and environmental future of our planet. Now more than ever the topics in this film are very current and important - world war, militarism, racism, climate chaos, attacks on immigrant children, poverty, homelessness and more. Screenings of this film have generated badly needed profound thought and discussion about the future of our planet and the future of humanity. New Dreams for a New World presents a picture of both alarm and hope and doesn't shy away from presenting bold opinions and predictions and warnings for the future. This film explores a broad spectrum of issues that are part of a badly needed national debate. Through the use of symbolism and irony it challenges the audience to think about our current state of affairs by looking at things from a different perspective.
The Demonstration and Labor Movement Film Channel features shorts, videos, segments, and testimony about the labor movement. The Demonstration and Labor Movement channel is dedicated to bringing the message of the working class that has so often been not available in the corporate main stream media.
Wiki is a Labrador Retriever that is the best dog ever. He has a beautiful red coat with deep penetrating eyes. He has the sweetest and most exciting spirit that comes through in these videos and still pictures. He has two cat brothers that take cute to a higher level, especially when Cinco decides it's time to sleep with Wiki. Pancho also loves Wiki but not quite as much as Cinco. The Chronicles of Wiki, Cinco, and Pancho feature a number of videos and still photographs that show their joy of life and joy for each other. Episodes planned include "Wiki Chases the Ball", "Cinco in Love, Wiki Not Sure", "Wiki Loves Sticks", "Wiki Friends", and More.
The Education Issues Channel features video content and movies relating relating to education issues. Our content examines what's behind the attacks on teachers and their unions and who and why charter schools and the privatization of public schools is being promoted as the solution to creating quality schools. We also examine the current push toward standardized testing as the primary determinant of student and teacher value. Video clips on this site often feature mostly unedited video from testimony at various legislative hearing and other related events. Many of the same issues are raised that are in the documentary by Robert Lamothe entitled TEACH, Teachers are Talking, Is the Nation Listening.
The Art and Creativity Channel, created by Yvonne Troxell Lamothe and Robert Flame Lamothe, includes various films. art events, and art talks relating to art and flow of creativity. It includes participation by many artists such as Yvonne Troxell Lamothe, Connie Bigony, John Walker, Nan White, Dan Osterman, William Kerr, Diane Novetsky, Brenda van der Beek, Raul Gonzalez, Jesa Damora, Robert Flame Lamothe and many others. Art Galleries included are Galatea Fine Art, Gallerie XIV, Paul Alexander Gallery, 450 Harrison Ave Studios, Artists for Humanity, The Miracle Five, and many others. The Art and Creativity Channel includes 12 movies of The Canvasation Project, - originally organized by Gallery XIV. The Canvasation Project is a multi media exhibition that features over 100 artists and individual artworks together with 12 collaborative paintings painted by groups of participating artists and documented by film production team, “Film Our Way Films.” The artworks and video installation will be presented together to create a space that reflects the creative process. The Canvasation Project engages small groups of artists to create paintings collaboratively while filmmakers film their creative process. Individual and collective notions of artistic interpretation, visual language, and communication are filmed to explore the artist’s individual method of creative thinking and problem solving. The layers and surface of each finished Canvasation painting presents a number of individual approaches that manifest one cohesive work of art. Canvasations were created by artists associated with: Kingston Gallery, Gallery XIV, Paul Alexander Gallery, Artists for Humanity, Boston Public School Art Teachers, 450 Harrison Ave Studios, The Art Institute of Boston, Montserrat College of Art, Reflect-arts.com, Hill House Boston, and The Miracle Five. Film Our Way Films are Robert Flame Lamothe and Yvonne Marra Lamothe, documentary filmmakers that have been recording and investigating artists' creative flow for over twenty years. Both artists are exhibiting photographers and painters as well as arts teachers in the Boston Public Schools.