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RYOT Soon after, Mooser and Darg returned home to America and launched RYOT News. The founding investor is Canadian Martha Rogers, who is also a Board Member and co-founder. Gareth Seltzer funded RYOT at its origination as well and serves on its board.
RYOT RYOT Studio is an in-house agency, dedicated to creating media campaigns. RYOT Studio produces virtual reality / 360 video, documentary films, events, and social media strategy for nonprofits and brand partners including The New York Times, NPR, The Associated Press, Huffington Post and Sierra Club.
RYOT RYOT Films creates award-winning documentaries, web content, and narrative feature films about important world issues. RYOT Film Body Team 12 was nominated for an Oscar in 2015.
RYOT "The Painter of Jalouzi" was the first documentary to be shot entirely on an iPhone 6s Plus.
RYOT A year later, Mooser and Darg, debuted their third film at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, a documentary short titled "The Rider and The Storm", which chronicles a New York surfer who lost everything in the Breezy Point fires during Hurricane Sandy.
RYOT RYOT Films was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject) for "Body Team 12" in January 2016. "Body Team 12" was also honored at the Tribeca Film Festival, the Mountainfilm Festival, the Palm Springs International Film Festival, and the Austin Film Festival for Best Documentary Short.
Ryot Another subgroup included under-raiyats who was entitled to various rights of occupancy and transferable interests. An under-raiyat it was referred to as a "korfa", though an under-raiyat paying rent in kind was referred too as a "bargait".
RYOT RYOT is an immersive media company founded in 2012 based in Los Angeles. As humanitarian aid workers, first responders and filmmakers, RYOT founders Bryn Mooser, David Darg and Martha Rogers spotlight the world’s key global and social issues, creating innovative 360° and virtual reality experiences for viewers. From being on the ground in a Syrian war zone to profiling the destruction of the Nepal earthquake, their films span five continents and profile countries in need, bringing new and innovative stories back to the stateside audience. They have received numerous awards for filmmaking, including an 2016 Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Short.As of 2016, it a unit of Huffington Post, a subsidiary of AOL, a division of Verizon
RYOT Mooser and Darg documented their work with the young boys in Haiti in their Tribeca award-winning film "Baseball in the Time of Cholera", which follows the rise of the Tabarre Tigers and the concurrent outbreak of Cholera in Haiti. The film played at film festivals around the world and finished with a special Congressional screening in Washington, D.C.
RYOT Executive-produced by Olivia Wilde and Paul Allen, RYOT's Oscar-nominated "Body Team 12" profiles a young Liberian health worker who collects the bodies of the dead in Monrovia at the height of the Ebola outbreak in 2014, and won Best Short Documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival 2015. It will debut on HBO in February 2016.