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Stinging Dust & Forgotten Lives Returns on Local PBS

As part of Eastern's Booth Library program and exhibit, "Dust, Drought, and Dreams Gone Dry," WEIU-TV in Charleston, Illinois will be airing the 2008 documentary film, "Stinging Dust & Forgotten Lives: The Dust Bowl," produced and directed by Cameron Douglas Craig and former 2010 graduate, Kevin H. Jeanes, in January 2016. Craig is also keynote speaker for the library's program and will speak on January 21 at 7 p.m. in Booth Library on Eastern's campus.

The film delves into one of America's greatest natural disasters of the twentieth century with a clear message for the future. Viewed over 80,000 times in classrooms around the world, the film continues to provide audiences an experience in the harsh living conditions of the 1930s.

Watch the film on Vimeo...Director's Cut or the Educational version.

In TCPArts :: Craig and Team are in the Final Stages of Finishing their Major Ballet Work

TCPFilms is venturing down another path of the arts. This time it is in creating the arts. Longtime composer, Cameron Craig and two students began working on a new ballet production following the Lunar Eclipse and Blood Moon event this last September 2015. The production is nearly finished but the EIU team is pumped about its newest creation. Read more about the ballet and the team members working on it.

Der Prinz des Blutmonds (2015)

 

TCPArts :: New Concerts are Now Available

Experience the sounds of culture through the Eastern Illinois University Department of Music's ensembles featuring the Eastern Choral Ensembles, Eastern Symphony Orchestra, and the University Bands in several new series filmed on location at the Eastern Illinois University's Doudna Fine Arts Building. Watch and listen to music performed by these exceptional student ensembles under the direction of Richard Robert Rossi, Ph.D. and Alicia Neal, Ph.D.

 

Major Film, Expedition Endurance, Still in Production

Between May 18th and May 30th, five members of TCPFilms traveled 5,530 miles to learn about water resource management in the Southwest United States. Along their journey they met with water resource managers, a president of a water agency, Bureau of Reclaimation public affairs person, and residents and farmers of Huron, California. The story of the members of the TCPFilms Family is an amazing one with first-time visits to new states and eye-opening first-time experiences in the Rocky Mountains and various national parks like Grand Canyon, Yosemite, and Rocky National Park. Read about their experiences on our Facebook page.

Read the diaries of the TCPFilms Family and See Photos...