Saturday, October 18, 2008

Another Piece about a Place


Cape from Jules C on Vimeo.

This is a movie I did for another class. About six years ago, I taught at a high school in Harwich on Cape Cod. It was an unforgettable experience and I feel honored to have known the students I did, to have been some part of their lives.

credits: music by the Goo Goo Dolls

The password to view is Harwich.

9 comments:

Digital Dakini said...

It says this video no longer available, Oh No!

ChambersoftheSea said...

That's odd...it still plays fine for me. I'm going to try uploading it somewhere else.

lebuck8 said...

the video did not come up for me either...

ChambersoftheSea said...

I've got it hosted somewhere else now. It seems to work better.

Amy said...

In this video you can really see the intensity in the eyes of the students. I went to Cape Code once for a vacation it was fun but the water was too cold to go swimming!

Rita G said...

it asked me for a password?

ChambersoftheSea said...

Thank you, Amy. My students were. by and large, intense people. Some of that may have been their age, we are all pretty intense as teenagers. Although, I suspect that wasn't entirely it - they were art students, you know.

Rita - the password is in the blog entry. It is Harwich. I had to use password protection, as the video include copyrighted music. It's use (educational and not for profit) Is covered under the "fair use" clause, but a lot of uploading services, like YouTube, won't allow anything to remain up that uses any type of copyrighted material.

Christy Hahn said...

Julian,

Wow, what an experience. All of your students are very beautiful and you captured them in a very honest way. Your musical choice was right on. Not only is this video made up of beautifully emotional faces, it must mean so much to you to have such an accessible memory!

Christy

ChambersoftheSea said...

Thank you, their faces still touch me. I wonder what happened to them. That was a song from the time - one of my students put it on a mix CD for me, I remember.