My favorite things

0:03:00 Animation https://vimeo.com/375888802 noh OFF4062 Don’t Feed These Animals

0:10:00 Animation https://vimeo.com/299494886 dftafilm OFF4139 ECHO

0:07:07 Animation https://filmfreeway.com/submissions/15315458 OFF4109 If Anything Happens I Love You 0:12:40

Animation https://filmfreeway.com/submissions/15218396 OFF4245 KAPAEMAHU

0:08:25 Animation https://vimeo.com/360633624/7929768d87   (no password)OFF4022 Maestro

0:01:34 Animation https://vimeo.com/335175500 maestro_19 OFF4006 Sohrab and Rustum

0:13:36 Animation http://vimeo.com/280138343 05072018 OFF4023 The Bird & the Whale

0:07:03 Animation https://vimeo.com/251346715 bnw OFF4024 The Opposites Game

0:04:45 Animation https://vimeo.com/316201908 emptypoems OFF4258 The Rotation

0:07:00 Animation https://filmfreeway.com/submissions/15904848 OFF4001 Two

0:05:50 Animation https://filmfreeway.com/submissions/14959454

The login credentials are:

Email:  info@ojaifilmfestival.com
Password:  vitamin0 
[That last character is a zero, not the letter “o”]

Quick as you can say ‘Jackie Robinson.’

A rehearsal was held for a celebration of Jackie Robinson. Performing in the ensemble was a number of well-known jazz musicians, including Cuban trumpeter Arturo Sandoval, saxophonist and UCLA alumnus Dave Koz, and former New York Yankee and guitarist Bernie Williams.

The rehearsal was from 2 – 7 pm in Schoenberg auditorium, on Monday, February 4, 2019 and was hosted by Professor Steve Loza, Chair Global Jazz Studies IDP.

I got to the Auditorium at 4 and listened to an hour before they knocked off at 5:15. I snaped these images off.

The photos include: guitarist Bernie Williams and bassist Ben Sheppard. If you know the other players, please let me know in the comments.

Jackie attended UCLA in the 1940s and went on to become the first African American to play baseball in the Major Leagues with the Brooklyn Dodgers (now the Los Angeles Dodgers). Jackie Robinson is one of the most celebrated figures to have attended UCLA and is a national and cultural treasure.

Santa Cruze Bodysurfing Championship 2016

A year ago next week, in a secret cove a half mile off the highway, the Santa Cruze Bodysurfing Association convened for a morning of competition. The air was a foggy gray. The water was a crisp 58°f. More than a hundred competitors surfed in heats 6-8 at a time. The 3 judges moved their chairs as the tide changed. Time was kept on someone’s wrist watch. A great time.

This Year’s contest: September 9, 2017

Photos Geoff Tipre:

Photos by Gregory Dahl: