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    2 45 and ends at about 4 15 A Walkthru with Kathleen Connally is a short documentary about a landscape photographer and her work It will play in the first block with starts at 1 30 and ends at about 2 30 Press about the festival Herald Sun Daily Tarheel including quotes by yours truly Indyweek Chapel Hill News Carrboro Commons A Walkthru with Kathleen Connally by Ajit on October 20th 2009 Filed in Portraits 5 Comments I spent a morning with photographer Kathleen Connally several years back We talked we walked I came back hoping to put something together immediately but life got a little crazy and I had to put it aside Till now Many of things we discussed that misty morning still come back to me from time to time I think Kathleen has one of the healthiest perspectives on her art her work She loves what she does she has a purpose and she is comfortable with her talent You can follow her popular award winning photoblog at durhamtownship com Music by Jay Manley Additional formats iPhone 2009 Indy Arts Award by Admin on July 31st 2009 Filed in General News 1 Comment The Independent gave Todd Nic I the 2009 Indies Arts award for filmmaking A couple of quotes from the fantastic article by Marc Maximov On Hello Sorry Whatever Prem is most interested in themes of romantic love and disappointment His perceptive ear for truth in acting performances is matched by a meticulous eye for detail in editing as evidenced by his remarkably assured recent short Hello Sorry Whatever On our collaboration When we work on anything I think what comes across when younger filmmakers watch us is a pure love for doing what we re doing says Prem To some extent we don t have these gigantic egos We tend to rely upon each other and we have a lot of fun in the process Me Todd and Nic are extremely fun loving people Yes we re trying to do something great and we re ambitious with our goals but I think we tend to really focus on having fun Link to article Boy with the Wet Thumb by Nic on December 28th 2008 Filed in Abstract Post a Comment Additional formats LARGE QUICKTIME SMALL QUICKTIME Ajit says Love this confident little film by my friend Nic Beery The film revels in being lost in its own thought following its own impulses for what it deems fun and interesting Carrboro Film Festival Intro by Ajit on November 26th 2008 Filed in Projects 4 Comments I created this intro for the recently completed Carrboro Film Festival the intro played before each block of films Music was created by Carrboro local Jay Manley A big thanks to my wife Kelly Cook and Jennifer Evans It was a great festival a packed and enthusiastic audience talented filmmakers and a wonderful group of festival organizers Favorite Childhood Photos Christie Trice by Ajit on October 5th 2008 Filed

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  • SquiggleBooth » Glowing review of Hello Sorry Whatever
    almost exclusively of the words in the title Amory Casto an actress from Wilmington who s since moved to Austin gives a deeper performance than one can reasonably expect from a short in any festival Coupled with an impressive turn by her co lead Dan Kelly the film reveals Prem s deft hand with creating dramatic situations and with spotting and harnessing acting talent Wow I love the Cliff Notes

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  • SquiggleBooth » Ajit
    October 20th 2009 Filed in Portraits 5 Comments I spent a morning with photographer Kathleen Connally several years back We talked we walked I came back hoping to put something together immediately but life got a little crazy and I had to put it aside Till now Many of things we discussed that misty morning still come back to me from time to time I think Kathleen has one of the healthiest perspectives on her art her work She loves what she does she has a purpose and she is comfortable with her talent You can follow her popular award winning photoblog at durhamtownship com Music by Jay Manley Additional formats iPhone Carrboro Film Festival Intro by Ajit on November 26th 2008 Filed in Projects 4 Comments I created this intro for the recently completed Carrboro Film Festival the intro played before each block of films Music was created by Carrboro local Jay Manley A big thanks to my wife Kelly Cook and Jennifer Evans It was a great festival a packed and enthusiastic audience talented filmmakers and a wonderful group of festival organizers Favorite Childhood Photos Christie Trice by Ajit on October 5th 2008 Filed in Projects 2 Comments Additional formats LARGE QUICKTIME SMALL QUICKTIME To learn how to submit your own favorite childhood photos check this page for instructions and guidelines To see other submissions check here Awesome review of Dear Stranger by Ajit on October 2nd 2008 Filed in General News 1 Comment Rob Baldus reviewing the Secret City Film Festival shorts for the Tennessee local paper Metropulse says this of my short film Dear Stranger In his quietly aching study of bereavement Ajit Anthony Prem reminds us that it s the invisible world that is the real one Not only that but he proves that cinema can portray this inner life as effectively as any novel Just a few silent seconds spent in the company of a stranger on a subway train are enough for Rosie Nikki Alikokos to spiral out of control losing herself in a deep grief stricken fantasy of a life she will never know Dear Stranger has a voiceover but works perhaps even better as a silent film illuminating the arbitrary capricious nature of love the emotional continents that separate us from our partners and the virtual impossibility of living just one life The effect is almost unbearably poignant So well expressed All the ideas that excited me about this film can be found in this article Favorite Childhood Photos Nic Beery by Ajit on September 29th 2008 Filed in Projects 4 Comments Additional formats LARGE QUICKTIME SMALL QUICKTIME To learn how to submit your own favorite childhood photos check this page for instructions and guidelines To see other submissions check here Favorite Childhood Photos Maggie West by Ajit on September 21st 2008 Filed in Projects 1 Comment Additional formats LARGE QUICKTIME SMALL QUICKTIME Our first submission To learn how to submit your own favorite childhood photos check this page for instructions

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  • SquiggleBooth » General News
    arbitrary capricious nature of love the emotional continents that separate us from our partners and the virtual impossibility of living just one life The effect is almost unbearably poignant So well expressed All the ideas that excited me about this film can be found in this article Banana Bus screens at Hi Mom Film Festival this weekend by Ajit on September 5th 2008 Filed in General News Post a Comment My podcast Banana Bus will be playing at the 10th annual Hi Mom Film Festival It will be part of the Matineevening block which will screen at the Arts Center in Carrboro at 6pm on Saturday September 6th For those who are new to the site you can view Banana Bus here The Hi Mom Film Festival is one of the premier festivals in North Carolina showcasing international films with a certain amount of flair and fun translation not boring Hope to see you there All American Film Festival Retrospective by Ajit on March 1st 2008 Filed in General News Post a Comment There will be an hour of my films screened at this year s All American Film Festival My program will be part of a local filmmakers block that starts at 3pm on Saturday March 8th at the Marvell Center Durham Dear Stranger Indian Giver and crowd favorite Banana Bus will be among the films I will be screening Of course I will be there to answer questions and chit chat afterwards The All American Film Festival is a four day event that features some of the best local and national films including Slamdance Grand Jury Winner Abel Raises Cain There will also be tons of local music I expect to be jumping from one location to another to keep up with it all should be a lot of fun Hope to see you there Update Banana Bus wins Best North Carolina Film Award at the All American Film Festival Woohoo It was a fantastic festival the audience were so smart and friendly the films were incredible and the filmmakers who attended were a pleasure to meet Can t get better than that Screenings interviews and some comedy by Ajit on December 6th 2007 Filed in General News Post a Comment As part of his retrospective local filmmaker Todd Tinkam will screen my film Banana Bus on Saturday December 8th 7pm at Carrboro s Century Center Cinema I have emailed everyone in the area that I could think of but if you haven t received an email it doesn t mean you aren t invited Come and bring people It is going to be awesome on the big screen Details The Carrboro Century Cinema will screen a collection of award winning short films from TinkhamTown Productions including the recently completed ALEXA and the amazing family short SADIE TURNS SEVEN which has screened at more than 50 international film festivals this year including the 2007 Rhode Island International Film Festival the 2007 Staten Island Film Festival and the upcoming

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  • SquiggleBooth » 2009 Carrboro Film Festival Intro
    Carrboro Film Festival Committee especially Selena and Jim Props from Surplus Sids 3 Responses to 2009 Carrboro Film Festival Intro Jean Cook said November 23rd 2009 at 4 53 pm How you do what you do VERY original Joy Storm said November 27th 2009 at 1 16 pm I have loved the Carrboro Film Festival all its life This is the coolest trailer Linda Lukas said November 27th 2009 at

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  • SquiggleBooth » Personal
    a documentary completed last year It is currently playing at select PBS stations check your local listings Riding In Stride 25 30 mins probes the age old relationship between girls women and horses by documenting girls on ponies and women at the racetrack including interviews with veteran jockey PJ Cooksey trainer Joan Scott and bestselling author Mary Midkiff Riding in Stride focuses on women who have carried that passion into their adult lives and reveals what it takes for women to make it in the racing industry while staying dedicated to their love for horses This opening scene was split up in the final cut for many logistical reasons But I have always had a fondness for it in its original state Riding in Stride was directed by Rachel Connolly edited by me Ajit Anthony Prem with music composed by Carmela Sinco If you would like to buy a DVD go to Premhart com Mexico Trips by Marc on October 16th 2006 Filed in Personal Post a Comment Click To Play My favorite memories associated with California are those simple spontaneous trips south of the border to a small campground in Mexico Credits Camera Jan Vlasto Music Carmela Sinco Quicktime File 2 46 Not Sure by Marc on September 20th 2006 Filed in Personal Post a Comment Click To Play Just a small chaotic piece that reflects some of my thoughts and anxieties Quicktime File 1 30 Mr Mrs Blue Skies by Ajit on September 7th 2006 Filed in Family Love Personal 15 Comments Additional formats QUICKTIME September 7th marks three exciting years since meeting my Wife In that time my life has changed dramatically for the best It seems like I finally have a life This video should certainly remind you of being forced to sit through the family

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  • SquiggleBooth » Two premieres at the 2009 Carrboro Film Festival
    little words It will play in the second block which starts at 2 45 and ends at about 4 15 A Walkthru with Kathleen Connally is a short documentary about a landscape photographer and her work It will play in the first block with starts at 1 30 and ends at about 2 30 Press about the festival Herald Sun Daily Tarheel including quotes by yours truly Indyweek Chapel Hill

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  • SquiggleBooth » Admin
    about 4 15 A Walkthru with Kathleen Connally is a short documentary about a landscape photographer and her work It will play in the first block with starts at 1 30 and ends at about 2 30 Press about the festival Herald Sun Daily Tarheel including quotes by yours truly Indyweek Chapel Hill News Carrboro Commons 2009 Indy Arts Award by Admin on July 31st 2009 Filed in General News 1 Comment The Independent gave Todd Nic I the 2009 Indies Arts award for filmmaking A couple of quotes from the fantastic article by Marc Maximov On Hello Sorry Whatever Prem is most interested in themes of romantic love and disappointment His perceptive ear for truth in acting performances is matched by a meticulous eye for detail in editing as evidenced by his remarkably assured recent short Hello Sorry Whatever On our collaboration When we work on anything I think what comes across when younger filmmakers watch us is a pure love for doing what we re doing says Prem To some extent we don t have these gigantic egos We tend to rely upon each other and we have a lot of fun in the process Me Todd and

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