Ahead of 2020, Beware the Deepfake The Atlantic by Elyse Kelly | STASH MAGAZINE

The Atlantic and Elyse Kelly Warn “Beware the Deepfake”

From director Elyse Kelly: “This is the second episode of The Speech Wars, a series for The Atlantic about today’s technology and its impact on freedom of expression.
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Death-Cap Mushrooms are Terrifying and Unstoppable!

Yes, the title sounds like clickbait but this explainer (the first in The Atlantic’s new four-part series called “Life Up Close”) directed by Washington DC’s Elyse Kelly backs up the hype with science and intricate graphics. [Read more]

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The Atlantic: “How Parents Should Discipline Children”

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It’s Good to Be a Rebel

From the Atlantic: “Most parents dread the day their child is labeled ‘rebellious.’ But Francesca Gino, a professor at Harvard Business School, hopes to change this negative connotation. [Read more]

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ACLU “Johnny’s Home” by Elyse Kelly

Washington DC director/animator Elyse Kelly, whose rousing “Fired Up” was one of my favorite animated shorts of 2017, creates another emotionally charged film with this work for the ACLU’s Campaign for Smart Justice. [Read more]

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Getting “Fired Up” and Saying Goodbye

With President Obama leaving office this week, we wanted to publish a piece that captured some of the eloquence, charm, and narrative ability he brought to the hardest job in the world. [Read more]