Posts tagged with “Video” (All posts)
- October 29, 2007 at 9:27 pm
Carleton's smoking culture is far from visible on campus, but at least a couple of its members aren't shy about the habit.
- October 12, 2007 at 10:44 pm
Ever wondered what life was like before the OneCard?
This fine film will take you back to the days when pockets were heavy with spare change and laundry cards, and keying into Myers could mean death-by-shovel.
- September 26, 2007 at 3:30 pm
In Mid-September Austin Hall '10 went where few have gone before: the Ellen Show. Personally invited by comedian host Ellen DeGeneres, he performed his YouTube hit (with nearly 4 million views), Daft Hands.
Daft Hands is a remarkable work starring Hall's hands gyrating to the song Harder Better Faster Stronger by electronic group Daft Punk. (You may have heard this song sampled in Kanye West's summer hit Stronger.) Hall's smooth moves have spawned hundreds of copycat videos--most notably, one featuring a hapless dog with puppet-strings attached to paws.
Watch the Shout interview with Austin after the jump.
- February 23, 2007 at 10:43 am
- January 16, 2007 at 5:25 pm
Check out the sweet moves of this weekend's Ebony show...
- May 23, 2006 at 10:27 am
Hungry? Then we recommend you eat before viewing our latest Shout submission, "Delicious and Educational," lest you drool on the keyboard (very bad for electronics, you know).
"This video features my lovely roommate, Elizabeth," says Carleton filmmaker Karina Hill '06. "As an Environmental and Technology Studies concentrator, she is required to design a final project related to environmental studies. Because she is talented in the culinary arts, she decided to combine this talent with her passion for the environment by teaching three cooking classes using local and organic foods. Watch this video to learn more about the importance of place in sustainability."
- April 3, 2006 at 10:58 am
Two Carleton seniors have produced a documentary on Northfield’s The Grand Theater, which will be shown at a meeting of the Northfield Historical Society this Thursday, April 6 at 7 p.m in the Grand Theater.
Megan Vig '06 and Lauran Allinson '06, both of whom have cinema and media studies concentrations, were inspired to research the Grand by assistant professor of cinema and media studies Carol Donelan, their American film history instructor. More...
- March 2, 2006 at 1:10 pm
Carleton's own Shaker Revival has been making Northfield and the Twin Cities dance since April 2005. In this short film, Karina Hill '06 explores the future of the five-piece rock'n'roll band after they graduate this June.
Click on the screenshot to watch the film (requires Quicktime).
- February 16, 2006 at 12:10 pm
The Carleton Players will perform William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" at 8:00 p.m. on February 17-18 and February 24-25 in the Carleton College Arena Theater. Filled with secret identities, gender-warping disguises, and misbegotten love affairs, "Twelfth Night" is considered by many to be the Bard at his comedic finest.
Director Ruth Weiner, the Class of 1944 Professor of Theater and Liberal Arts, offered a sneak preview for the Shout camera. In these excerpts from dress rehearsal, we see Orsino (Martin Miller) and his would-be love Viola (Mindy Garner), who is disguised as a boy; in another scene, Viola inadvertently woos the fair Olivia (Telsche Thiessen) while delivering the news that Viola's master, Orsino, loves her.
- February 10, 2006 at 9:01 am
by Ana Lagunez '08 and Emily Schwing '06
Ample and glaring windows, a prominent steel framework, and an unmistakably dry echo. Sterility ensues at the Math Skills Center (MSC) in Carleton's Center for Mathematics and Computing. Even so, the MSC is one of the busiest locations on campus to a) get math help and b) congregate with other Carls who, likewise, are drowning in cosines and tangent lines.
In this virtual time-lapse tour, we highlight the space and the people during a typical day in the Math Skills Center.
- February 7, 2006 at 12:48 pm
If only The Cave's walls could talk. Heralded as the oldest college-owned and operated club in the nation, The Cave has served over the decades as a lounging spot, game room, pub, storeroom and coffeehouse. In its current incarnation, it regularly hosts performances by Carleton bands.
Shout staffer Dan Sugarman '09 captured some of the action on video on Friday, January 29 during a performance by Aaron Kaufman '09: