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Twenty-Fourth Busiversary (2014-15)
Join Flying Focus volunteers for a "behind the scenes" look at the
2014-2015 season of "video as a tool for social change." Four producers,
an editor and a camera operator talk about the 13 shows produced by Flying
Focus for the weekly "Video Bus" between November 2014 and October 2015 in
this two-part retrospective show. PC Peri, Dan Handelman, Barb Greene and
Allen Evans talk about the programs they made. JT Waldron and Chris Fuzell
flesh out some details on the shows they worked on about how eating
vegetarian can help the planet and police accountability, respectively.
Other topics covered this year include:
First Nations struggles and their similarities to the occupation in
Palestine; war and peace/nuclear issues, how prison art changes lives,
ending dependence on coal for energy, a bike ride for ending climate
change, and Juneteenth.
The 13 sets of clips are taken from 24 episodes. The "Busiversary" was
produced by Dan, with about a dozen people working on the studio taping.
The Video Bus has been running weekly since November 18, 1991.
Part 1 (26:31):
For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are: