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The Year in Review

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  Happy and Healthy New Year to You! As we ring in 2017 with a roster of exciting projects (and celebrate our TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY!), we also take a moment to reflect on what we accomplished in 2016. We met dreamers and discoverers, students and mentors, advocates and leaders. We learned anew what it truly means to have courage, hope, and…

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VIDEO: Jacobi Medallion 2016

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  Mount Sinai’s annual Jacobi Medallion Awards honor physicians for their distinguished achievements in medicine and extraordinary service to the Mount Sinai community. We had the privilege of producing videos about each of the seven honorees detailing their work in different fields from Geriatrics to Public Health to Otolaryngology. The video above tells the story of virologist Adolfo Garcia-Sastre, Director…

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VIDEO: Technion Alumni: Transforming Lives

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Meet Oren Zeev, Tomer London and Eitan Konstantino — three Technion graduates that are changing the world. The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology is one of Israel’s premier universities. Ranked among the world’s leading science and technology universities, the Technion is a major source of innovation and brainpower that drives the Israeli economy and leads to life-changing inventions for people all…

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At Home for LGBT Pride Month

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  “When I walk in these doors, I’m home!” The month of June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month, and we are thrilled to join the nation in celebrating LGBT history and identity. While we are indeed celebrating progress for LGBT individuals—especially standing at the forefront of more major marriage equality achievements around the world—we also recognize…

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VIDEO: A NEW HOME IN CHINATOWN

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  On Thursday, May 29, China Institute held yet another spectacular gala event supporting its commitment to education, business, arts and culture programs strengthening the U.S.-China relationship. For the second year in a row, Fly on the Wall had the privilege of producing a set of videos for the occasion. This time, however, China Institute threw in a twist—a brand-new…

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VIDEO: Alan’s Story

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  “The first reaction of a rape victim is typically, ‘What did I do wrong? Was it my fault?’ And so you hide it, and you act like, well, let me move on in my life and act like this did not happen. After awhile, you find that you can no longer live with that shame and that lie and…

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VIDEO: Friedman Brain Institute

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  Mount Sinai’s Friedman Brain Institute (FBI) is an interdisciplinary clinical and research hub for studying and treating brain and spinal cord disorders. Yesterday, FBI held its 2015 Neuroscience Retreat at the New York Academy of Medicine in Manhattan. Fly on the Wall produced a new video for the occasion, showcasing the game-changing work being done by scientists to advance our knowledge about…

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VIDEO: Mary’s Story

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  Our newest trailer for our upcoming film, For the Sake of the Children, features artist Mary Higuchi, whose mother was imprisoned in the Poston internment camp. In this emotional two-minute segment, Mary shares the experience of her mother’s commitment to protecting her children from the horrors of internment through scenes of old photos, a pilgrimage to the Manzanar internment camp…

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VIDEO: Diana’s Story

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Watch Diana McCabe, the business editor at U-T San Diego, introduce the story of For the Sake of the Children in our first character-narrated trailer. Diana traveled to Poston last month with Fly on the Wall to remember and retell her family story. Her full story, as well as the stories of other children and grandchildren of the Japanese American internment,…

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