1. "Not Alone" - LINKIN PARK

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    From the ben­e­fit com­pi­la­tion, "Down­load to Do­nate for Haiti," presented by Music for Relief. Go to Mu­sic­For­Re­lief.org to down­load the al­bum, fea­tur­ing ex­clu­sive tracks from Linkin Park, Dave Matthews Band, Weez­er, Jack John­son, Ala­nis Moris­sette, Slash, The All-​Amer­i­can Re­jects, Hoobas­tank, The Crys­tal Method, Ken­na, En­rique Igle­sias and Lupe Fi­as­co. 100% of funds re­ceived will sup­port those af­fect­ed by the trag­ic earth­quake in Haiti. Video is pro­duced by Ig­or Ko­va­lik, di­rect­ed by Bill Boyd. Footage cour­tesy of UN Vi­su­al Li­brary, De­part­ment of Pub­lic In­for­ma­tion and Ricky Mar­tin Foun­da­tion.

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    • Terry Brival - Lueur d'espoir (Audio)

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      " Lueur d'espoir " - excerpt from the CD " Désirs Brûlants " of Terry Brival ★ Official Website: http://www.terrybrival.com ★ ⇨ @TerryBrival: http://twitter.com/TerryBrival → ♫ iTunes: http://bit.ly/terry-brival Watching On Youtube : http://youtu.be/K8WZWoXKUeo

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      • Life in Haiti-Canon 5D MKII & Glidetrack

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        Life in Haiti was shot on the Canon 5D MKII and Glidetrack shooter. Lenses used: Canon 24mm f2.8 Canon 50mm f1.8 Canon 70-200 f2.8 Music by: George Fenton from Planet Earth Name: Namibia - The Lions and the Oryx If you have any questions or comments feel free to post them or email me at info@leclercbrothers.com http://leclercbrothers.com/ Follow us on twitter http://twitter.com/leclercbrothers Featured on Digital Cinema Foundry http://www.digitalcinemafoundry.com/2010/04/01/rescue-haitis-children-trailer-life-in-haiti-double-feature/

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        • Ep. 14: THE FOREIGN AID PARADOX | Rachel Grady & Heidi Ewing

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          Why does the U.S. fund foreign aid? The United States spends approximately $37 billion dollars a year on foreign aid - just under 1% of our federal budget. "The Foreign Aid Paradox" zeroes in on food aid to Haiti and how it affects American farming and shipping interests as well as Haiti’s own agricultural markets. The result: a surprising study in unintended consequences. Discover more at www.wetheeconomy.com Directed by Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady Produced by Rachel Grady & Heidi Ewing Editor: Rebecca Adorno Cinematographer: Tony Hardmon Music By: Paul Brill Featuring: Guiteau Bennett Dr. Michel Chancy Frederic Cupidon Sanady Joseph Tonny Joseph Magguie Rigaud Timothy Schwartz Animator / Graphics: Chris King © Loki Films LLC

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          • Give a Stove this Christmas - The Adventure Project Campaign on Vimeo

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            UPDATE- This Christmas, send a "lump of coal" to everybody on your nice list and provide a family in Haiti with a charcoal-efficient stove. Every $20 will get a stove into the hands of a family in need. Send coal. Give a stove this Christmas. VISIT: www.TheAdventureProject.org/ Credits: Shooting / Editing: Paul Pryor www.pryorfilm.com/

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            • South of Haiti

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              Producers: Dave Ali Fils-Aimé | Dali Reel, Alex Horner | Horner Pictures, Francisco Momplaisir | J'aime les Cayes   Cinematography/Editor/Writer: Alex Horner Field sound recordist: Nick Mihalevich | Cape Status Creole translation and adaptation: Marleen Julien Voiceover engineer: Freddie Feldman | Vocomotion Music composition: Rhian Sheehan - "A Thimble Full of Sorrow" Post-sound mix: Steve Horner Special thanks: Molly Augustin, Marleen Julien, James Murphy, Kevin Pierre, Thierry Rivette, Rhian Sheehan. Please check out the wonderful Rhian Sheehans music. http://www.rhiansheehan.com/ In October 2012, Nick, Dave, Francisco and I, set off on a 10 day journey along the Southern coast of Haiti in the back of a pickup. Our goal? To capture a side of Haiti that is rarely seen. Having been to Port Au Prince multiple times, it was refreshing to see Haiti in a new light. It's important to recognize that the images typically shown of Haiti, or any 3rd world country, do not necessarily represent the country as a whole. It has nothing to do with putting blinders on to problems and needs, but all to do with expanding your perception of a country. We hope that these images can help motivate someone to get out and go somewhere that may seem scary or intimidating. When you get into it, it's not all bad. www.hornerpictures.com

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              • 'Letters to Haiti' trailer

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                In February Coco Rocha, Behati Prinsloo and a small team of friends traveled to Port-au-Prince, Haiti. They brought with them letters from hundreds of people around the world, in effort to not only lift spirits but to make the world a smaller place. A James Conran Film, coming september 2011.

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                • Holy Crap! | Jennifer Benorden

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                  HOLY CRAP! is a Semifinalist in the $200,000 GE FOCUS FORWARD Filmmaker Competition. View more Semifinalist films at https://vimeo.com/groups/focusforwardfilms/albums/6362. Could human waste be a resource if managed properly instead of the cause of millions of deaths every year due to water-borne disease? Holy Crap! Produced, Written and Directed by JENNIFER BENORDEN Director of Photography TAMARA GURBIS Associate Producer CASSANDRA JABOLA Sound Recordist  UTE ENGELKE Host and Fixer DANIEL TILLIAS Voiceover ZARA ZIMBARDO Editors JESSICA JONES XUAN VU Line Producer DAN DRASIN Music by RAM Graphic Design CHRISTINE FELTER OUTSIDER DESIGN Website Design LAURA NOTHNAGLE TEXTILE AND DESIGN Soil Co-Founder & Executive Director SASHA KRAMER Special Thanks to: The Foundation for Global Community Silicon Valley Foundation SOIL staff on the ground Sosyete Oganize pou Lanati staff Matthew 25 House Park Izmery Camp Committee Zara Zimbardo Ashley Dahlberg Leah Nevada Page Corinne Coe Anthony Kilbride Nick Prenata James Felter, Beló Barbara Kadri Moira Duvernay ... and all SOIL supporters everywhere.

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                  • BASEBALL IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA

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                    Please share this video on FB and Twitter. Baseball in The Time of Cholera is a powerful insight into the tragedy and scandal of Haiti's Cholera epidemic through the eyes of a young baseball player. Watch the film, share it with your network and visit http://undeny.org to sign the petition. Together we can end this crisis! Tweet this: Change the world. Watch, retweet, sign -- tell @UN to own up to @cholera in #Haiti #undeny http://youtu.be/BK318mYuBWg http://undeny.org www.undeny.org

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                    • Big Shake Tournage

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                      Client: Canex Production: Muska Producer: Gaethan Chancy Director: Bruno Mourral DP: Jean Luccère Germain Actor: Kako SPFX: Gruponous Musique: Muska Soundz Inspired from the Thai Commercial "Funny Dance" 2012

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