adam harum

harum

Director/Editor:
Though a recent graduate of Eastern Washington University’s Film Program, Adam Harum has been a filmmaker since the age of nine.
Making his first feature film at only fourteen, Harum continued his passion for filmmaking throughout his school career and was a founder of the North Central Washington High School Film Festival, one of the first of it’s kind in the state.
Through this passion, Harum has worked on films and commercials all over the world. He’s been embedded with the troops, filmed on aircraft carriers, and captured the destruction and rebirth of Haiti since the 2010 earthquake.
Harum has applied his film sensibilities to his commercial work, being quickly recognized by the advertising community. His editing and visual effects work has won several awards, including recognition at the New York Festival, as well as two Emmy’s for work done for Lockheed Martin and the Smithsonian Institute.
Harum currently works freelance, but splits his time between visual effects work for Seattle based Web Series’, editing commercials and a feature length Haiti documentary for Spirit Lake Pictures, and pursuing his own passions through his award winning Web Series “Transolar Galactica”. He also rarely ever sleeps.

Website:

Kinetic Energy Productions

Projects:

  • The Failed Experiment, A Spokane Film Project Renga Production The first ever Spokane Film Project flagship project, The Failed Experiment was based on the concept of Renga style poetry. A Collaborative Poem wth Multiple authors. Each poet creates a short series of thoughts. The next poet continues the work, only having viewed the final stanza.
    A Renga does not tell the usual story.
  • Violet is an Anagram of Love It A short doc about Austin Stiegemeier and his installation artwork in Spokane WA. Installed in the Window Dressing gallery, this work focuses on social inequality and its manifestations in the built environment.
  • Spokane Fifty – S50 Summit The first S50 Summit meeting, part of the Spokane Fifty Project (spokanefifty.com). The project, created by photographer and artist Marshall Peterson, highlights individuals who have been doing great things in the arts, culture, and music scenes in Spokane, WA- leading a Spokane Renaissance/Rebirth/Renewal and making Marshall’s hometown an awesome place to live, work, play, and …
  • The Bells The master of terror, Edgar Allen Poe, is coming to the Bing Crosby Theater October 19, just in time for Halloween, in a multi-genre night of beauty and horror produced by Lake City Playhouse, under the direction of Artistic Director George Green…
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