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PHOTOS: BCHS

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Brooklyn Community Housing and Services (BCHS) is committed to providing clean and safe housing to formerly homeless men, women, and children in Brooklyn. We spent time with individuals who are receiving assistance from BCHS, and produced a short video about their journeys and the ways in which BCHS has positively impacted their lives. Check out the video and the work…

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Field Report: Hat Luncheon

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  On Wednesday, May 4, the Central Park Conservancy held their 34th annual Frederick Law Olmsted Awards – more fondly known as the Hat Luncheon. Despite the cloudy forecast, attendees came out to the park donning their wildest, quirkiest, and most creative hats and head pieces. Below are a few photographs we captured while filming the event.

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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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On the Road: Fun Times & Special Occasions

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The Fly life continues to be filled with more exciting and varied film shoots! Within two short weeks, the Fly team flew to the Midwest and back, witnessed a celebratory graduation and met a celebrity. Here are the details.   We traveled to Decatur, Illinois to visit the unique Garfield Montessori School, which offers an immersive classroom environment for students…

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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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As Published in the New York Times

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We are thrilled to share with you that Marlene Shigekawa, co-producer of our forthcoming film For the Sake of the Children, published a letter in The New York Times. Marlene wrote her letter in response to an article in the Times about Bob Fuchigami, a survivor of the Amache camp in Colorado. The Times focused on the perspective of internment…

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Generations for Justice: Monica Embrey

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“My family endured Manzanar and unconstitutional incarceration. They came out of that not bitter—angry for sure—but not bitter. Instead, they decided to refocus all of that energy to making rights from the wrongs that had happened to them.” Monica Embrey fights for justice. In her career as an environmental justice organizer for Greenpeace in Charlotte, North Carolina, she fights to…

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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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