Harbin thru the Decades
Written by Joshua Luber and Jessica Sage.
Directed by Jessica Sage.
Starring: Amy, David, Grace, Kim, Liv, Maitreya, Shane
(Crystal and Inika in absentia)
Choreographers: Alisha and Raven
Stagehands: Andje and Helena
Backdrop: Nick
Video Production by Ed Ellsworth, Enlightened Films

“Only At Harbin” features a cast of residents: Alexa, Drew, Ed, Grace, Jessica, Kay, Maitreya and Tucker. Special thanks to Vir McCoy for permission to use “Sensitive People”. Produced and Directed by Jessica. Video Production by Ed Ellsworth, Enlightened Films

The 18th Annual Mario Savio Memorial Lecture
KPFA presents The 18th Annual Mario Savio Memorial Lecture, featuring Labor Activist and UC Berkeley Food Labor Research Center Director Saru Jayaraman, in a talk entitled “Out of the Kitchen and Into the Streets? Restaurant workers and the movement for economic justice.” This event was recorded Thursday, Oct. 2nd, in Wheeler Auditorium, UC Berkeley, California. The speaker is Saru Jayaraman, the Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC-United). After 9/11, together with displaced World Trade Center workers, she co-founded ROC which has organized over 13,000 restaurant workers to win workplace justice campaigns, conduct research and policy work, partner with responsible restaurants, and launch cooperatively-owned restaurants. A graduate of Yale Law School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Saru has been profiled in the New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle and was just named a 2014 “Progressive Champion” by the Campaign for America’s Future (along with Bill deBlasio and Lee Saunders, President of AFSCME.) She has been one of “40 Under 40” (Crain’s) a “Newsmaker of the Year (1010 WINS), and an “Influential.” (New York Magazine) She co-edited “The New Urban Immigrant Workforce”, (ME Sharpe, 2005) and authored “Behind the Kitchen Door” (Cornell University Press, 2013). Video Production by Ed Ellsworth, Enlightened Films

The Big Four: Dairy & Excess Animal Protein
Featuring Raymond Francis, Beyond Health. Raymond Francis is the author of Never Be Sick Again.
Produced by Ed Ellsworth, Enlightened Films

Please enjoy For the Love of Dolphins, featuring Human/Dolphin Foundation researchers Dr. John C. Lilly and Edward Ellsworth. I worked as the research consultant for this project with Patricia Sims, the producer of this show. It originally aired on the Discovery Channel. I took our team to the various researchers and locations included in the program, helped in creatively putting this project together. I was also interviewed onscreen regarding my work as a dolphin researcher with Dr. John C. Lilly and the Human/Dolphin Foundation, and some of those clips were included in the program. – Ed Ellsworth

Electromagnetic Fields features researcher Dr. Ted Litovitz telling us about the results of live animal testing to RF (Radio Frequency) exposure. This presentation was given to Congressional members by Council on Wireless Technology Impacts. Video edited by Edward Ellsworth. DVD available from Enlightened Films.

California Alpine Club is a club that features four generations of members, and has a lodges on Mount Tam and and Tahoe. This video celebrates their 100 year anniversary. Gene Kendrick, Post-Production; Ed Ellsworth, Video Editor.

Visionary Art, Music and Video features the Visionary Art, Music, Video and Animation Festival, in 2002 at the Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA. This video of the festival was Co-Produced by Ed Ellsworth and Da Vid. It features a festival of artists, dancers, singers, musicians, animation, and special effects. This is an example of camera work, video editing and chroma-keying from Edward Ellsworth.

Protective Works: Model UXO Cleanup Project is a documentary video I edited for the US Navy in 1997 on the $400 million cleanup of ordinance from fifty years of target practice on Kahoʻolawe, Hawaii. ~ Video produced by Ed Ellsworth of Media Wizards, whose offices were at the Maui Research and Technology Center.