Wednesday, July 27, 2005

RBTR-our doc in Film Festival this weekend

will be in the Best Fest Film Festival
this weekend in San Diego.
If you want to check it out it is showing at noon on Sunday.

Sherwood Auditorium
Museum of Contemporary Art
700 Prospect Street
La Jolla, CA 92037

Sunday, July 31, 2005
Noon – Screening #4
$5 Admission (tickets available only the day of the
event at the Box Office)
DR – A Girl & Her Squid, Carlsbad High, CA – Alex
Carracino, Chris Mayer, Andrew Fisher

DO – Reading Between the Rhymes,
San Francisco State University, CA
– Keith Morikawa, Maya Chinchilla,
Cathrina Chanco, Florian Quant, Michael Scheffold,
Rebekka Sauter

Sunday, July 17, 2005

Pics From Brazil

Welcome to Salao Do Encontro Posted by Picasa

More pictures from Brazil

Okay so we actually were working we just werent as moved to take pictures of all that work but I will post some of us working when I get a chance. Sucks to be home but there is still work to do. We have a lot of transcribing and editing to do. We feel a tremendous obligation to do a bomb ass job for this amazing place. We all took away such a powerful experience that I know for sure I will never forget.

Saturday, July 09, 2005



Eyes up! Another announcement for all the beautiful people out there. After a very well received screening at SFBFF's Urban Kidz Film Festival, we're officially off the bench and running!

In your local newstands now (August issue), check out the write up of Reading Between the Rhymes in XXL Magazine (page 56). There's a cute, little, sliver of an article appropriately titled, "You Must Learn" (krs!) with a picture of my man Jamahl Richardson. Don't like the mag? Don't worry, any exposure is good exposure! Peace to Bear Frazer - we've got ink!

Also good news, RBTR has been accepted into Best Fest America - Student Film Festival. It will take place the weekend of July 30, 31 in La Jolla, CA for all the SoCal party people. Be sure to key up for screening schedule and other film screenings. Congrats goes out to my fellow Reading Between the Rhymes filmmakers. RBTR beat out 503 submissions to be 1 of 8 documentaries chosen for Best Fest!

Last, for the educators on the frontline, I encourage you to check out Edutopia Magazine - The New World of Learning from the George Lucas Educational Foundation. There will be a write up of Reading Between the Rhymes in the August/September issue. More importantly however, it's:
"The one magazine that will give you practical, hands-on insight into what works now, what's on the horizon, and who's shaping the changing future of education"

There is is also a documentary section at where you can:
"Watch over 150 online documentaries showcasing imagination and innovation in our public schools"

Remember to progress...

You Must Learn,
Keith Morikawa