Posts Tagged "Lisa Santonato"

Celebrating 200 Million Members | LinkedIn

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Blog

Funny, I received a link to this pretty letter in my inbox today. Deep Nishar, Senior VP of Products & User Experience thanking and informing me that my profile is among the top 5% most viewed LinkedIn profiles of 2012.

Seriously?

Celebrating 200 Million Members | LinkedIn.

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Happy Birthday to FTP

Posted by on Jan 6, 2011 in FTP Media News

On this day in 2000, ftpmedia.com was born. To celebrate and commemorate the end of a decade of FTP Media, I have re-posted the original web video created during a residency at the Canadian Film Centre in 1999. My objective was to use digital video technology to tell a story that would effectively a) be meaningful, thus compelling, in order to therefore b) demonstrate a successful application of video produced online.

Created with Apple video samples shipped with the new macs and Super 8 home movie footage to tell the story of my awakening, this video documents my experience with cancer in 1993 via home movie footage combined with a narration based on journal entries written during that time. This is the most personal project I have produced to date, singularly different – on both an emotional level and on a content level – from anything else I have completed since. Enjoy.

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merry xmas 08

Posted by on Dec 23, 2008 in Blog

I posted this “virtual” holiday video card to YouTube in 2008. It is a home movie of me playing The Little Drummer Boy on the piano at a recital in 1989 — back in my intermediate piano days. Enjoy.

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Where the Truth Lies

Posted by on Dec 2, 2000 in Blog

Where the Truth Lies is an independent feature film directed by Ben Mazzotta. Produced in 1999.

Where the Truth Lies is an independent feature film directed by Ben Mazzotta, featuring Lisa Santonato in one of her rare acting appearances.

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Awakening

Posted by on Jun 28, 1999 in Blog, Portfolio, Short Films

Awakening is the original web video created by Lisa Santonato during a residency at the Canadian Film Centre in 1999. The objective was to use digital video technology to tell a story that would effectively a) be meaningful, thus compelling, in order to therefore b) demonstrate a successful application of video produced online. Created with Apple video samples shipped with the new macs and Super 8 home movie footage, this video documents Lisa’s experience with cancer in 1993 via home movie footage combined with a narration based on journal entries written during that time.

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