1. Bill Maher - Irritable Bowl Syndrome

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    A short essay animated from the audio recording of 'The New New Rules: A Funny Look at How Everybody but Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass'. It was originally performed on 'Real Time with Bill Maher'. The book is published by Penguin (USA). http://us.penguingroup.com/nf/Book/BookDisplay/0,,9780452298293,00.html?The_New_New_Rules_Bill_Maher The book is available from Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/New-Rules-Funny-Everybody-Their/dp/0399158413 The audio book is available from iTunes here: http://itunes.apple.com/au/book/the-new-new-rules/id453097169?mt=11 Written and Performed by Bill Maher Directed and Animated by Fraser Davidson Spot Effects and Audio Mix by Morgan Samuel I do not hold the rights to the recording, this piece is intended only as an homage to Bill Maher's short essay. http://www.billmaher.com/

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    • DreamGiver

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      from Tyler Carter / Added

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      Created at Brigham Young University's Center for Animation A regular night of dream delivering turns into a literal nightmare when a boy's book of ancient mythology comes alive. Visit the directors website at: http://www.tycarter.com/ For a behind the scenes look at the making of DreamGiver, check out: http://vimeo.com/26914928

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      • HABANA VIEJA

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        from Van Royko / Added

        102K Plays / / 123 Comments

        Some images from Old Havana in Cuba.

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        • Always A Fire | Chad Jones Documentary

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          199K Plays / / 98 Comments

          ALWAYS A FIRE is a short documentary film on former New York Giant CHAD JONES—a star athlete from LSU whose promising professional career was put on hold by a tragic car accident before it even had a chance to begin. The film details Chad's incredible rehabilitation and recovery from the horrific accident that nearly cost him his life. Comprised of intimate interviews with Chad and his trainers, as well as never-before-seen footage of his long road to recovery, the film provides an unflinching view of an elite athlete facing unimaginable tragedy and refusing to submit. http://www.thepublicrecord.tv Directed by Nathan Caswell & Jeremiah Zagar Produced by Jeremy Yaches Cinematography by Zak Mulligan, Julian King, Mark Stetz Production Design by Sophie Kosofsky Graphics by Jonah Birns VFX by Dorian West Color by Seth Ricart Sound Design & Mix by Tom Paul Featuring music by World Gang, Dan Deacon & The Baby Boyz Brass Band

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          • Havana ' s Innocence ( La inocencia De La Habana )

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            from Laurent Tixhon / Added

            62K Plays / / 77 Comments

            Shot in La Habana, Cuba Camera : Canon 5d Mark 3 Lenses : 14mm 2.8 - 24mm 1.4 - 50mm 1.4 - 100mm 2.8 Steadicam Merlin Actress : Camille Director-Steadicam operator-Editing-Grading : lolotixhon@hotmail.com New editing by Jungle in paris : https://vimeo.com/108359736

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            • Summer Time 2007

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              When i take photos, I generally take a lot of photos in hopes of obtaining a few that are nice and then I post them on Flickr. But then i have all these other photos. So i made this video of pictures from this summer. Excluded are pictures that i took in black and white and any night time drinking photos. These are just the summer days from beginning to end. It's like seeing your life flash before your eyes.

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              • Shaping History, Shaping Tomorrow

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                from Tim White / Added

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                Tokyo is a city like no other; a sprawling metropolis that never ceases to amaze. In this video I wanted to explore the many contrasts of life in the city; between the young and the old, the traditional and the contemporary, the fast and the slow, the eastern and western influences. This film was commissioned by Keio University for their 'Shaping History, Shaping Tomorrow' campaign. www.global.keio.ac.jp Tim White - Director/Producer/Editor Samuel Smith - Actor/Model Liam Gilmour - DOP Akira Tanaka - Producer/Art Director Sachiko Miyashita - Executive Producer/Branding Consultant Takayuki Kuribayashi - Assistant Producer Sayumi Suzuki - Production Manager Nick Gunn - Composer/Sound Designer Josh Flowers - Composer/Sound Designer Roslyn Di Sisto - Colourist Sam Hopgood - Audio Mixer Julie Newton - Storyboard Artist Stephen Forster - Copywriter Thanks to: Keio Baseball Club Keio Calligraphy Club Keio Sumo Club W+I&S (Keio Dance Club) Prof. Dr. Susumu Tachi (Keio University Graduate School of Media Design) Gakou Watanabe (Kohmyoji, Sagamihara) Shingen Aoyagi (Kenchoji, Kamakura) Kenchoji, Kamakura Kotoku-in (Great Buddha, Kamakura) Asakusa Sensoji (Temple in Asakusa) Asakusa Nakamise (Shopping street in Asakusa) Kikyo (Japanese Dance) Atami-yu (Bath House, Kagurazaka) Masanobu Furuta (Rooftop) Otaru Masazushi (Sushi Restaurant) Hana Davies Sumie Davies Seiji Armstrong Stephanie Dietrich Amina Sugi Jessica Spohr Gabe Russo Julie Newton Copyright: Gundam - Sotsu, Sunrise Japanese Garden - Koishikawa Korakuen Fish Market - Tsukiji Market (Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market) Creative Agency Yuit Inc.

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                • San Francisco Giants | 2010 World Series Parade | Role: Director/Shooter/Editor

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                  from Torin Simpson / Added

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                  Shot and Edited by Torin Simpson https://twitter.com/#!/TorinSimpson Canon 7d Lens: Canon 50mm 1.4 Music - Cal Marching Band

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                  • Mike Edel's The Closer

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                    from Mike Edel / Added

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                    Mike Edel's The Closer Created by: Mike Edel, Jorge R. Canedo Estrada, Henrique Barone, Thanat Sattavorn, Cesar Martinez, Breno Licursi Produced with the support of TELUS & Public Records Get 'The Closer' on iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/kr8sb7d Get 'The Closer' + Mike Edel's entire discography on Noisetrade: http://tinyurl.com/myrza9r In Alberta, on the plains north of Calgary, the winters are long and cold they bite with big white teeth. These rural, simple and hardworking people sit patiently by their fires and wait for summer, a summer that is always short and hot. When I was 6, I would jump into the backseat of my dad's pickup truck as he would drive my brother, Jamie, all over the country to his baseball games. I loved baseball. I loved baseball almost as much as them. I would stand beside my friend Ryan and we would watch the game and watch our brothers and look through the chain link fence with our young keen eyes. We saw the balls, the strikes, the out's and the coach's walk to mound; but what we waited for was the foul balls. If a foul ball flew over the fence, Ryan and I would sprint like outfielders to track it down in a race that was always even because we both got our fair share of foul balls as far as I can remember. With the ball in one of our gloves, we would saunter over to a little white shack that always needed a paint job and the old Mrs. Claus looking lady at the concession stand would hold out her big soft hand and we place the ball into it like we were at a carnival. With her other hand she handed us a quarter. We would hand it straight back to her for 2 licorice's and chew them all the way back to the chain link fence. I loved baseball. My dad also loved baseball. He would be the guy that sat on the bleachers holding one of those baseball scorebooks, the one with the coils all down one side and with a thousand little baseball diamond pictures inside where he would translate the game into this picture language. He must be really good at remember pictures because he would keep the score in this book game after game, and there were lots of them, and now at 67 years old he still remembers all these plays in the baseball game. My brother hit a triple down the right field line to drive in 3 with the bases loaded in Oyen to win a Provincial game. Another time, with runners on first and second Jamie caught a line drive, stepped on second and overthrew the neighbor kid (Shawn Gorr) at first only to cover the bag and get all 3 outs by himself. My dad remembers this. I wrote a song called The Closer. It's a story about a pitcher in a small town, a lot like the one I grew up in, who is pitching a perfect game into the 9th inning. But his mom runs onto the mound and tells him that he needs to leave the game because his dad has had a farming accident. So the coach brings in the closer with a 2-0 lead in the 9th inning. He gives up a walk. Then a single. Then a home-run. They lose the game 3-2 in the 9th. I think that sometimes we think that these small moments in small towns don't matter, but the truth is that they do. The baseball diamonds, and the hockey rinks and the community centers are the theaters where life takes place for these people. They are the stages that hold the metaphors for the joys and the tragedy's of simple life. Everybody comes in the heat of a short summer and sits there, cheering and groaning and feeling joy and heartbreak together. And they all love baseball. www.mikeedel.com instagram.com/mikeedel twitter.com/mikeedelmusic facebook.com/thelastofourmountains www.jrcanest.co www.henriquebarone.com behance.net/eldiablo www.armmotion.com instagram.com/brnemo

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                    • The Ball Unleashed

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                      from marc dominic rienzo / Added

                      168K Plays / / 66 Comments

                      Writer / Director / VFX Supervisor: Marc Rienzo Producer: Lisa Zusmer DelPrete CG Supervisor: Eric Sanford Animation Supervisor: Tim Keon Lead Compositor: Gianni Aliotti Lead Compositor: Jason Selfe Sound Designer: Ren Klyce Sound Mix: Lime Studios Additional Mets shorts: "Heads-Up Display" https://vimeo.com/44039267 "Heads-Up Display" VFX Breakdown: vimeo.com/54817877 Amazin' https://vimeo.com/25774046 The Ball Unleashed received a VES NOMINATION: Outstanding Visual Effects in a Special Venue Project www.marcrienzo.com www.simpletricksandnonsense.net

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