12 13 Edition Languedoc Roussillon: [issue of 01 December 2022]
Midi Atlantique
Holding Our Ground
Various CSs of four homeless Filipino boys scavenging scraps of metal in dump site. Various hand held TRACKING SHOTs of kids leaving dump and walking in streets (100 ft).
Landfill Evacuation; 7/7/1995
TOXIC WASTE DRUM SHOWN, KIDS IN SWIMMING POOL, TRUCK AND WORKERS
Bologna Rome Two Cities Two Faces, 1968
Location: Bologna, Italy Rome, Italy Creator: Carlo Di Carlo Documentary about Rome and Bologna made on the occasion of the election campaign for the general elections of May 1968. Two cities compared. On the one hand, the excellent organization of the Emilian capital, administered seamlessly by left-wing councils: the closeness between citizens and institutions, the orderly demographic expansion, the absolute lack of social and urban imbalances. On the other hand, the tangle of problems and contradictions of Rome, the capital of building speculation, corruption, degradation and Christian Democratic misgovernment. Testimonies on the problems, characteristics and perspectives of the two cities by: Guido Fanti (mayor of Bologna), Renzo Trivelli (secretary of the Roman Communist Federation of the PCI), Aldo Natoli (councilor municipal council of the PCI in Rome). 01. Interview with Guido Fanti, Mayor of Bologna. Photo by Roman mayors Salvatore Rebecchini and Americo Petrucci. Bologna ring road. Fiumicino. New municipal school in Bologna. Demonstration in Rome for the lack of schools. Bologna City Council Meeting 02. Meeting between Fanti and Archbishop Giacomo Lercaro 03. Guido Fanti speaks 04. Views of Bologna 05. Demonstration for peace in Bologna 06. Town Hall, return of Lercaro's visit to Fanti 07. Astronaut Valentina Terenskova 08. The new buildings on the outskirts of Bologna. The green of the hills. The Bologna ring road. Views of the Emilian city. New exhibition center. 09. Exterior and interior of the municipal library of Bologna. Cleaning the streets of the city. Landfill and incinerator. Map of the city. Bologna City Council Meeting 10. Green area on the hills of Bologna. Exterior and interior of a school. A class of preschool kids. Views of Bologna 11. Rome, overview. Dome of St. Peter. Photo by Mayors Salvatore Rebecchini, Urbano Cioccetti, Umberto Tupini, Americo Petrucci The districts of EUR, Casal Palocco, Pietralata, Capocotta, Tor Vergata 12. Renzo Trivelli, PCI deputy, speaking at a conference on the rehabilitation of villages 13. Demonstration for kindergartens and schools: women and children. Repertory images of university events. Views of the center of Rome: Trinità dei Monti, Capitoline Hill, Piazza Venezia, Piazza del Popolo 14. Interview with Aldo Natoli, of the secretariat of the Roman Communist Federation. Demonstration for pensions. Night image of a torchlight procession in Rome
Bridgeman Images Details
TRASH RECYCLING
OC 1200' SOF MAG ROLL A FTG OF TRASH RECYCLING. CS: VO SHOEMAKER. MEN SORTING GARBAGE. KIDS COLLECTING GARBAGE. DUMP TRUCKS DUMPING GARBAGE AT LANDFILL. AERIAL LAND FILL. SU SHOEMAKER. CU RED FLOWERS W/ WHITE CENTERS. CU DANDELIONS. LAS SUN THROUGH BRANCHES OF TREE. MORE CU FLOWERS. AERIALS OF PARK WHICH IS ON LANDFILL SITE. (NOT VERY GOOD.) AERIALS OF DUMP TRUCKS PULLING IN AND OUT. GROUND LEVEL SHOTS OF DUMP TRUCKS IN ACTION (EXCELLENT FOOTAGE). SHOT OF LANDFILL; GARBAGE COVERED W/ DIRT. CU PILE OF BOTTLES. CU CANS. DUMP TRUCKS PULLING IN AND OUT OF FILL AREA.
LANDFILL HAZARD
PEOPLE LIVING NEAR AN OHIO LANDFILL AND WORRIED AS THEY ARE FACING MORE PROBLEMS FROM A NEARBY SUPERFUND SITE.
WALLKILL TOXIC LANDFILL
CBS BROADCAST MAY 27, 1994 FTG ON MIDDLETOWN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' DOCUMENTARY ON WALLKILL TOXIC LANDFILL. 12:32:56 REPORTER SU. 12:33:25 CU STUDENT SU FROM DOCUMENTARY. 12:33:38 CU PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON GREETING STUDENTS AT STEWART AIRPORT. 12:33:53 MCU CONGRESSMAN MAURICE HINCHEY (D-NY). 12:34:15 WS MUDDY AREA AND GRASSES. 12:34:20 PUSH IN TO CU GATE W/ SIGNS TO LANDFILL. 12:34:46 CU FORMER LANDFILL WORKER DUTCH SMITH. 12:35:09 MS FOUR STUDENTS WHO WORKED ON PROJECT W/ THEIR TEACHER FRED ISSEKS IN STUDIO. CU INTV W/ THEM ON AIR. 12:35:27 ISSEKS TELLING HOW THE PROJECT BEGAN. 12:35:50 STUDENT JEFF DUTEMPLE DESCRIBING GOVERNMENT WORK AS FAR AS HE HAD FOUND OUT CONCERNING THE LANDFILL AS A LOT OF DEAL MAKING AND COVER UP. 12:36:13 MCU NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION (DEC) WILDLIFE PATHOLOGIST WARD STONE ARGUING W/ TOWN SUPERVISOR BILL CUMMINGS ABOUT SAMPLES STONE WANTED TO HAVE FROM LANDFILL. 12:36:43 CU STUDENT DAVID BIRMINGHAM SPEAKING ABOUT THEIR INVOLVEMENT IN REPORTING AND INTERVIEWING FOR THE STORY AND THEN BECOMING PART OF THE STORY, HIGH SCHOOL KIDS UNCOVER CORRUPTION IN CONTAMINATION OF LANDFILL. 12:37:17 CU STUDENT BRENT NYLAND TALKING ABOUT MOB CONNECTIONS W/ LANDFILL AND ANY FEARS HE MIGHT HAVE HAD FOR HIMSELF. 12:37:40 MCU STUDENT TREY LONG GIVING INFORMATION HE OBTAINED FROM LANDFILL WORKERS ABOUT TRUCKS GETTING PERMITS IN LESS THAN AN HOUR TO DUMP AT THE SITE. 12:38:48 MS HINCHEY MENTIONING THE TAINTED CHAIN OF COMMAND INVOLVED IN THE ILLEGAL DUMPING. 12:39:15 CU REMOTE INTV W/ REPRESENTATIVE HINCHEY COMMENTING ON BRIBE ATTEMPT. 12:40:33 HINCHEY TALKS ABOUT ORGANIZED CRIME CONNECTION TO THE WASTE INDUSTRY. 12:43:23 EXCERPT FROM WWOR I TEAM COVERAGE OF KIDS' RESEARCH. 12:43:45 CU GARY GROSSMAN, EDITOR OF TIMES HERALD RECORD, EXPRESSING HIS DISINTEREST IN THE STUDENTS' VIDEOTAPE. 12:43:48 CU ROBERT HENLEY WHO WROTE STORY ABOUT THE DUMP AND STUDENT DETECTIVES IN VILLAGE VOICE IN MAY 1993. CU HEADLINE. 12:43:54 STILL SHOT LESLIE STAHL OF 60 MINUTES W/ STUDENTS. 12:44:01 CU FULL PAGE EDITORIAL RUN BY TIMES HERALD AFTER OTHER PUBLICITY. 12:44:41 CU DUTEMPLE COMMENTING ON INTV W/ GROSSMAN OF TIMES HERALD WHERE THIS EDITOR DIDN'T WANT TO HEAR ANYTHING ABOUT LANDFILL AND REFUTED ANY INFORMATION THE KIDS PUT FORTH. 12:45:15 CU ISSEKS WHO SAYS HE FEELS THERE IS MORE TO DO, IT IS AN ONGOING PROJECT, SINCE THE ONLY OFFICIAL PLAN CONCERNING THE LANDFILL IS TO PUT A CAP OVER THE DUMP. 12:45:48 BLANK.
Landfill Evacuation; 7/7/1995
TOXIC WASTE DRUM SHOWN, KIDS IN SWIMMING POOL, TRUCK AND WORKERS
Holding Our Ground
CS of entrance of overnight refuge for street children, four boys carrying canvas bags come through door, FOLLOW SHOTs as they walk in streets heading for dump site. MS of dump site, cut to various shots of kids scavenging metal scraps and plastic bottles (174 ft). Several shots from different angles of kids arriving at junk dealer's shop, they sort out junk, have it weighed, they then receive some money (168 ft).
A new weapon to hunt down wild deposits
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Holding Our Ground
CS of two young Filipino children of family of squatters that live in shack on dump site. CSs of mothers preparing food on an open fire. CS of their crude shack made of recycled materials, PAN of dump site to MS of young boys sorting through garbage, PAN back to shot of shack (54 ft).
Designer's Kids (02/23/1999)
Discarded fabric, buttons, trimming and beads that normally end up in a landfill will be reborn, not as materials for designer clothing... but tools of creative expression of hundreds of New York City school children... a New York fashion designer has launched the 1999 season of Bid For Kids as he becomes a teacher for a fourth grade class. In the coming weeks... Bid For Kids will bring designers and materials into 12 schools throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens to work directly with children on an arts education program.
8 p.m.: [May 16, 2022 program]
A2 / France 2
Fast Images Library
Pollution in water, swan and cygnets, building a house, Long Island traffic, garbage trucks, landfill, various food packaging, people opening packages of food, kids in classroom, mailman delivery, Xerox copier making copies T/L, paper being consumed, unscrewing bottle caps, burning garbage, CU flames, CU warning labels on products, pan flammable chemical products, yard sale, bottle recycling plant, rain dripping down windowpane, blossoms, girl picking flowers,
MOUNT TRASHMORE
ORIG. COLOR 1000' SOF / MAG. CUT STORY: VO TRK ON MOUNT TRASHMORE IN VIRGINIA. VERY NICE HA OF BEACH WITH SHORESIDE HOTELS, CUS OF PEOPLE IN OCEAN, LITTLE GIRL PLAYING IN WET SAND. VS AROUNG MOUNT TRASHMORE, AN AREA WHERE GARBAGE IS BEING USED AS A LANDFILL. TRUCKS MOVING, BULLDOZER PLOWS TRASH TOWARDS CAMERA, SEAGULLS FLYING OVER HEAPS OF TRASH. INTV WITH CHARLES KILEY ABOUT THE RECREATION AREA WHICH WILL BE SET UP ON THE LANDFILL. DOWNS SU. CU OF HUGE MOUND OF TRASH BEING DUMPED FROM TRUCK. VS OF BULLDOZERS PLOWING THROUGH THE TRASH, SEAGULLS EVERYWHERE. VS OF MODEL OF THE RECREATION AREA TO BE BUILT. VO TRACK ONLY. MORE OF MODEL OF RECREATION SITE. VS AT WATERS EDGE, LOOKS LIKE SWAMP. VERY GOOD LONG SEQUENCE SHOWING TRUCKS, TRACTORS, BULLDOZERS & CRANES AT WORK ON LANDFILL SITE. HA OF BEACH WITH SUNBATHERS AND WAVES ROLLING INTO SHORE. MORE OF HA SHOT OF BEACH & HOTELS. EXCELLENT LONG SEQUENCE ON BEACH OF SUNBATHERS, KIDS PLAYING, SWIMMERS, ETC. GOOD STOCK SHOT SEQUENCE ALL SHOT ON BRIGHT SUNNY DAY. MORE INTV W / KILEY. BILL DOWNS SU. KILEY INTV. MORE OF TRASH DUMPING, SEAGULLS EVERYWHERE. CI: GEOLOGY: BEACH. HEALTH: GARBAGE. MACHINES: BULLDOZER. ANIMALS: BIRDS: SEAGULLS. PERSONALITIES: KILEY, CHARLES. GEOLOGY: SWAMP. GEOLOGY: SEASONS.
400 thousand m3 of waste stored near Rouen: the anger of local residents
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
KIDS AND CONSERVATION (1991)
FOURTH GRADER STEPHANIE BLCOK HAS GROWN-UP CONCERNS ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT. THE YOUNG GIRL HELPED FOUND AN ORGANIZATION AT HER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ENTITLED "S.O.U.R." SAVE OUR EARTH AT ROBERTS (ELEMENTARY). SHE AND HER CLASSMATES FEEL THAT ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS MUST BE SOMETHING PEOPLE OF ALL AGES CARE ABOUT IF THE EARTH IS TO BECOME A MORE ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE PLACE TO LIVE WHEN THE STUDENTS REACH ADULTHOOD.
A CLOSER LOOK ONE YEAR LATER
FTG FOR CHARLES GIBSON CS VO ON HOW FAR NEW ORLEANS HAS COME IN RECOVERY AND HOW FAR THERE IS TO GO / THE POPULATION IN THE MIDDLE CLASS GENTILLY NEIGHBORHOOD WAS ABOUT 40,000 A YEAR AGO, BUT NOW IT IS ONLY A FRACTION OF THAT NUMBER / INTV W/ KEMBERLY SAMUELS, HOME OWNER WHO'S DRIVEN TO NEW ORLEANS ON OCCASION FROM HOUSTON JUST TO VISIT HER RUINED HOME Kemberly Samuels - Uptown Apt 1126 Joliet Street August 26 Exterior broil 1:00:28 house exteriors 1:01:18 push into porch 1:01:34 pull out from 1126 sign Porch interview 1:02:19 Right now I'm at the house where I'm staying temporarily until I get some word from the city as to whether or not our house is ok to rebuild. 1:02:29 This is my sister-in-law's house 1:02:37 A few months, off and on, but officially since maybe last week. 1:02:46 But officially, as of last week, we are here until we rebuild our house. Living with husband and brother-in-law 1:03:01 It's like a bittersweet feeling like I'm glad to be back in New Orleans, because I missed it so much, but it's very different, because I didn't grow up in this neighborhood, I lived in the 9th Ward and to be up here is a little different but it still gives me a comfort zone. 1:03:22 We have a problem because our house is built on a landfill so prior to Katrina we had problems with the land. And now that the storm has come and gone, we don't know how much Benzine and we're waiting to hear from the government officials and the EPA because we don't want to sink any money into a house that has to be knocked down. 1:03:43 It's a shower. I'm going to be a grandmother. This is my first grandchild. And we're having a shower for my daughter who lives in Irving, TX right now. 1;)3:58 Oh wow, it's real exciting. Not only just kids but other family members. There are people in there who I haven't seen since Katrina. So I'm kind of excited. Kemberly on porch 1:04:13 Kemberly on porch 1:04:50 Women on cell phone walks in door with Kemberly sitting on porch 1:05:18 Kemberly on porch shot through grate 1:06:55 Kemberly's daughter gets out of car and hugs Dad 1:07:30 Daughter walks up to great mom on porch and Kemberly says: Do I get a hug. They hug. Kemberly says: You look so pretty and chuckles. Inside house 1:08:36 Kemberly: Look, come see, come see. 1:08:42 Kemberly: Gumbo (opens pot). Filet gumbo (opens 2nd bigger pot) 1:08:54 Kemberly: We got catfish, we got meatballs 1:08:02 Kemberly shows daughter dish, daughter says oooooh happily 1:09:59 Kemberly: You have to put this on (puts pink sash around daughter) It says number 1 mom, and it matches your clothes. Hey - great minds thinks alike. 1:10:45 Kemberly puts pacifier around daughter's neck, touches daughter's tummy
Fast Images Library
MIDDLE EAST, Beirut, Lebanon, huge traffic jam, high angle traffic, upscale stores - Cartier window, Ralph Lauren, CK, Kaslik cafes, slimy Beach sign, sunset through hollow building, two kids in inner tube, POV night Beirut, nightclub neon, architect model of city, POV ruined buildings, Street Merchants, markets, Third World Palestinian Refugee camp, tenements, architect with plans, reconstruction, bombed out buildings, POV, construction workers, abandoned buildings, architectural model and conference in progress, construction workers, earthquake aftermath, rubble, garbage pile with skyline in background, bulldozer, heavy equipment, dump truck, man painting railing, man on scaffolding, installing windows, sawing lumber on workbench, soldiers in reconstruction zone, unloading bags of cement, men scavenging stuff in dump, tourist bus at landfill, dump truck and construction workers
ON 13H: [issue of May 02, 2022]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Landfill - Homes
RESIDENTS IN A TAMPA, FLORIDA SUBDIVISION BELIEVE THEIR HOMES WERE BUILT ON TOP OF AN OLD GARBAGE DUMP. THEIR YARDS ARE FILLED WITH TRASH. THEY'RE SUING THE CITY AND SEVERAL OTHER PARTIES.
TULSI GABBARD LULAC DEFENDERS OF FREEDOM BREAKFAST MILKWAUKEE WI P2
FTG OF TVU 12 TULSI GABBARD LULAC DEFENDERS OF FREEDOM BREAKFAST MILWAUKEE WI ABC UNI 071119 2020 P2 TVU 12 TULSI GABBARD LULAC DEFENDERS OF FREEDOM BREAKFAST MILWAUKEE WI ABC UNI 071119 2020 For the people, of I and for the people, These are words that we often hear. But really, when we stop and think about it, we realize this is not the government that we have today that this vision that our founders had for us has not been realized. Instead, we have a government that is largely of mine for the rich and powerful, or have buy in for the greedy corporations who have huge influence over the policies that are being made, or have buy in for self serving politicians who are more concerned about their own selfish interests or their political career, or you know, what kind of job they're going to get when they leave office rather than spending every single day thinking, How can I best be of service to the people to our country, and keep about the well being of those who are struggling and suffering in this country. We're looking for real leadership, We're looking for real solutions. And we're seeing this, there's so many of the different policies that come out of Washington, DC, and the list is too long to to name in the short time we have. But just as a few example, if you look at our health care policy, or for so long, you have mega insurance and make pharmaceutical companies who are literally profiting and benefiting on the backs of sick people, exploiting sick people in this country, rather than us coming together and saying, How can we actually have a health care system instead of a sick care system? And we say a broken criminal justice system, with private prisons, corporations benefiting off of high recidivism rates, keeping those cells full, Rather than saying how can we actually improve the fabric of this country at the failed war on drugs and stop tearing families apart? We see this through our broken immigration system, where families literally are being torn apart. Every single day, we look at these huge challenges that we're facing, that we ask ourselves, why do they continue? Why are they perpetuating? Really, this change comes down to each and every one of us. Every single one of us, not pointing our fingers left and right saying hey, somebody else is going to do something about this terrible problem that we have. So It's looking in the mirror and recognizing that the only way that we bring about this change is that we the people, We the people stand up, rise up and make sure that our voices are heard. That the voices of the people are heard through every corner of this country, demanding this change demanding this government that is putting our interests ahead of the interests of anything that helps a government that is truly of by and for the people. I can tell you, for me as a little girl growing up in Hawaii, The fourth of five kids, and by far, I was the most shy and introverted. Anyone in our whole family. And So for me, as a kid, I thought of giving a speech or knocking on doors or making phone calls, to get people to vote or do anything really was terrifying. It was absolutely terrifying. But I had a realization at a relatively young age, because I love surfing, I still do love the ocean love the mountains love the outdoors in Hawaii. And So this was something I was really passionate about being able to protect our home, protect our planet, make sure we have clean water, keep our oceans clean. And that was how I first started to get involved. There was a landfill developer that wanted to come in and build a landfill over one of our biggest water aquifers in Hawaii, sourcing, drinking water clean drinking water for most of the people on our island. And that made me kind of angry. And so I joined a lot of other people who went and started getting petition standing in front of the supermarket telling people Hey, this is what's going on. This is why it's important. That later like to co founding an environmental nonprofit, or I created a an education program for elementary kids called The Adventures of water woman. I was the original water moment. And we went really talk to these kids, second, third fourth graders had a little water come in and stop just in the nick of time before he did something bad to our water environment. That later Let me just wanting to do more. Because as I went through these experiences, I experienced how powerful it is knowing that you can really make a difference in someone's life. No matter how old you are, no matter your background, or whatever it is you bring your heart and your character to that action to making a positive impact to being of service to others. And there's no greater happiness than doing that. Let's be running on bread for the State House of Representatives in Hawaii when I was 21 years old. It was tough. Every Door that I knocked on was really hard and not knowing who was going to be behind that door. Would they be nice when they have hard questions. All the things that become hot dogs for the first time I'm sure you can relate to that always remember waking up at the statehouse being elected to the city council and walking fighting for communities and now serving in Congress for over six years. make that change to bring about solutions to those challenges. I was soldier in the Army National Guard, I still serve as a major and I deployed twice to the Middle East and took my first deployment to Iraq in 2005. I was during the height of the war at that time. And within the first day or two that I was at our camp, there was a big sign at one of the gates that our patrols went in and out of. And that sign read a big block letters Is today a day Is today the day. It was it was an ever present reminder, for every single one of us there that at any moment, that day could be our last and our time could come. So this was a very real thing serving in a war zone is a very real reminder of how short life is your mind or for me that not knowing when that time could come I wanted to make the most of the time. To live a life is pleasing to God to live a life that's focused on a mission of service to others. And while we are not in a war zone here today, and the reality is none of us knows when our time income. And that sense of urgency of making every moment count making every day count making the most of the time that we have to help each other to serve each other to help come together and solve these problems that we have. That's the sense of urgency that we need, as you're discussing many of the different struggles and challenges that we're facing that sense of urgency that we must. We must persevere. Every one of us must take action to be involved, to be engaged to be a part of finding these solutions, whether you choose to run for office yourself, or choose to support somebody that you believe in or choose to be an advocate or an activist raising awareness around these issues. There's no time to waste Because It is our future that is at stake. people's lives are at stake. Our families are on the line, our friends are on the line. So we're talking about democracy and voting be an active participant in that democracy. I think you're about to have a conversation about how important it is to be involved in the census. answer those questions, make sure that our voices are counted, make sure that our voices are heard the need for this and the urgency for this cannot be overstated. So as I'm doing my part and trying to be a part of the solution, I encourage every one of you to find your way to not be complacent to be a part of that solution to be led by these values and principles of service above self that we need at every level of our governments in every part of our society, to make sure that we do have that strong, better, bright future for every single American. Thank you all so much for being here.
Toxic - Neighborhood
A GROUP OF HOMEOWNERS FILED A LAWSUIT AGAINST THE CITY OF TAMPA TUESDAY CLAIMING THEIR HOMES WERE BUILT ON TOP OF A LANDFILL. RESIDENTS SAY THEY'RE GETTING SICK AND THEIR HOMES ARE SINKING INTO THE GROUND.