1. Prisoner Himself Booktrailer

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    The booktrailer for unique edition of "Fight Club" by Chuck Palahniuk. The original story of FC is complemented by autors biography (helps to draw parallel between his life and the plot of the book) and making of the movie story and pictures.

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    • Recombinant Fight Club

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      from Kevin Langstaff / Added

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      This is a recombinant video piece reworking the David Fincher directed Fight Club, based on the Chuck Palahniuk novel of the same name. The movie has been broken down and recombined into a short series of musical pieces and new(ly recombined) voice over narration segments speaking about the very destruction of narrative to serve the sounds and music the piece creates (self-reflexive to the extreme, I know). Made entirely from the raw source audio/video, it was made through painstaking cut and paste editing, with no alterations other than recutting and opacity changes on layers and perhaps a volume tweak here and there to make the quieter sounds sing with the loud ones. All original content of course is the intellectual property of 20th Century Fox, David Fincher and Chuck Palahniuk respectively, to be considered in this piece substantially transformative enough to be considered as fair use. Here's hoping for no lawsuits.

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      • Chuck Palahniuk

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        Chuck Palahniuk is an American writer. He is the author of twelve best-selling novels, which have sold over five million copies in the US alone. He is perhaps best known for his first published novel Fight Club (1996), which was adapted for the screen by Academy Award nominee David Fincher, and stars Brad Pitt, Edward Norton and Helena Bonham Carter, which, along with the novel, has gone on to acquire cult status. He has confirmed that a sequel is in the works, which will take the form of a graphic novel. In addition to his fiction, noted for its idiosyncratic style and extreme content, Palahniuk is a freelance journalist, and has published a collection of his non-fiction writings, Stranger Than Fiction: True Stories (2004), and the autobiographical Fugitives and Refugees: A Walk in Portland, Oregon (2003). His latest novel, Doomed, is released in autumn 2013.

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        • Something

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          from Lana Mackintosh / Added

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          Created by Lana Mackintosh and Byron Gibbons. A collection of YouTube clips, set to an adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk's novel "Invisible Monsters", and an instrumental version of Lana Del Rey's "Yayo". An experimental film, best not watched fullscreen.

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          • Highlights from "Write Now" with Chuck Palahniuk, Lidia Yuknavitch, and Tom Spanbauer

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            from PNCA - Pacific Northwest College / Added

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            April 22, 2013: In celebration of the launch of its new BFA in Writing program, PNCA is pleased to welcome three acclaimed Portland writers – Lidia Yuknavitch, Tom Spanbauer, and Chuck Palahniuk – for an evening of words and on words. Write Now celebrates the launch of PNCA’s BFA in Writing program, chaired by PNCA faculty member Monica Drake. Palahnuik will lead a discussion of what it means to be a writer now, to pursue the writing life, and to try to make a living and to always make art with words. Lidia Yuknavitch and Tom Spanbaeur will read from their books. Tom Spanbauer, founder of the Dangerous Writers workshop and author of The Man Who Fell in Love With The Moon and other novels will read from his works as will Lidia Yuknavitch, editor of Chiasmus Press and author of Dora: A Head Case and The Chronology of Water: a memoir. Chuck Palahniuk, best known for his breakout novel, Fight Club, will lead a discussion “Writing is an art, a method, and a way of life,” says Monica Drake, Writing Department Chair. “To study writing is to bring shape and rigor to the very act of thinking and self expression. As we wrestle with words, we learn to tell our stories, and find enriched meaning in the world.” The event highlights the broad community of writers that enlivens Portland’s literary landscape, a community in which, right out of the gate, PNCA’s BFA in Writing program has worked to embed itself. Find out more about PNCA's BFA in Writing here: http://pnca.edu/programs/bfa/c/writing

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            • Write Now: Chuck Palahniuk at PNCA

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              from PNCA - Pacific Northwest College / Added

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              April 22, 2013: In celebration of the launch of its new BFA in Writing program, PNCA is pleased to welcome three acclaimed Portland writers – Lidia Yuknavitch, Tom Spanbauer, and Chuck Palahniuk – for an evening of words and on words. This video contains a full recording of Chuck Palahniuk's reading at PNCA as well as audience Q&A's. Write Now celebrates the launch of PNCA’s BFA in Writing program, chaired by PNCA faculty member Monica Drake. Palahnuik will lead a discussion of what it means to be a writer now, to pursue the writing life, and to try to make a living and to always make art with words. Lidia Yuknavitch and Tom Spanbaeur will read from their books. Tom Spanbauer, founder of the Dangerous Writers workshop and author of The Man Who Fell in Love With The Moon and other novels will read from his works as will Lidia Yuknavitch, editor of Chiasmus Press and author of Dora: A Head Case and The Chronology of Water: a memoir. Chuck Palahniuk, best known for his breakout novel, Fight Club, will lead a discussion “Writing is an art, a method, and a way of life,” says Monica Drake, Writing Department Chair. “To study writing is to bring shape and rigor to the very act of thinking and self expression. As we wrestle with words, we learn to tell our stories, and find enriched meaning in the world.” The event highlights the broad community of writers that enlivens Portland’s literary landscape, a community in which, right out of the gate, PNCA’s BFA in Writing program has worked to embed itself. Find out more about PNCA's BFA in Writing here: pnca.edu/programs/bfa/c/writing

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              • Write Now at PNCA (Full Recording)

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                from PNCA - Pacific Northwest College / Added

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                April 22, 2013: In celebration of the launch of its new BFA in Writing program, PNCA is pleased to welcome three acclaimed Portland writers – Lidia Yuknavitch, Tom Spanbauer, and Chuck Palahniuk – for an evening of words and on words. This video contains a full recording of all three author readings at PNCA as well as audience Q&A's. Write Now celebrates the launch of PNCA’s BFA in Writing program, chaired by PNCA faculty member Monica Drake. Palahnuik will lead a discussion of what it means to be a writer now, to pursue the writing life, and to try to make a living and to always make art with words. Lidia Yuknavitch and Tom Spanbaeur will read from their books. Tom Spanbauer, founder of the Dangerous Writers workshop and author of The Man Who Fell in Love With The Moon and other novels will read from his works as will Lidia Yuknavitch, editor of Chiasmus Press and author of Dora: A Head Case and The Chronology of Water: a memoir. Chuck Palahniuk, best known for his breakout novel, Fight Club, will lead a discussion “Writing is an art, a method, and a way of life,” says Monica Drake, Writing Department Chair. “To study writing is to bring shape and rigor to the very act of thinking and self expression. As we wrestle with words, we learn to tell our stories, and find enriched meaning in the world.” The event highlights the broad community of writers that enlivens Portland’s literary landscape, a community in which, right out of the gate, PNCA’s BFA in Writing program has worked to embed itself. Find out more about PNCA's BFA in Writing here: pnca.edu/programs/bfa/c/writing

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                • James CRUMLEY, Chuck PALAHNIUK, Patrick RAYNAL, Elwood REID : Dans un monde très noir

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                  from Etonnants Voyageurs / Added

                  Étonnants Voyageurs 2002. Café littéraire avec : James CRUMLEY, Chuck PALAHNIUK, Patrick RAYNAL, Elwood REID. Animé par Maëtte CHANTREL, Michel ABESCAT.

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                  • Snowflake

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                    from Arber Spaho / Added

                    Snowflake tells the story of a "pretty" character when contrasted with "ugly" ones. Artwork & animation, music & audio postprocessing. Flash, AfterEffects CS6, Logic Pro 9 Inspired by the Leica Reel assignment for DMA299 @ Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology & various quotes of Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club. http://iam67.com

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                    • and all i can say is ~ additional supply depots required

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                      https://www.facebook.com/and.all.i.can.say.is http://andallicansayis.com i want back all those friends i have hurt and upset. guess for me nothing's free, i'm outside of this world. i want back, like i said. will this last as was planned? i can't change anything. i'm awake, it's not a dream. and i touch you to kill, but the memory still seeks a sign. there ain't time for old times. never mind. "i don't know who you are, i don't owe you 5 stars." - that's the negative review that your tomb will read. shit, in the end... in the end it's all dead. and no one can ever profit from that. if you do not breathe, then why i should?

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