1. The Social Network "Going Live" Typography


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    Kinetic Typography version of The Social Network, "Going Live" scene. Audio taken of a clip from The Social Network website. A Film By David Fincher, Screenplay by Aaron Sorkin. Music Album: The Social Network Soundtrack Artist: Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Song: Painted Sun In Abstract. Software Used: Adobe Photoshop, After Effects CS5 www.jorgexsandoval.com https://twitter.com/#!/jayjandro

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    • SoundWorks Collection: The Sound of "The Social Network"


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      In The Social Network, Director David Fincher and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin explore the moment at which Facebook, the most revolutionary social phenomena of the new century was invented - through the warring perspectives of the super-smart young men who each claimed to be there at its inception. Two members of Fincher’s talented sound team, Sound Re-recording Mixer and Supervisor Sound Editor Ren Kylce and Sound Re-Recording Mixer Michael Semanick take the viewer through the creative and technical process for crafting the audio soundscape in this exclusive SoundWorks Collection video profile. For more exclusive videos check out www.SoundWorksCollection.com Join the SoundWorks Collection Vimeo Channel: www.vimeo.com/channels/soundworkscollection

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      • The Social Network - Done in 60 Seconds (Empire Awards 2011)


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        We made it through to the top 20 UK entries, but, alas, not the top 5. See this video and the other entries here: http://www.empireonline.com/awards2011/donein60seconds/ Directed and edited by Charlie Hall Screenplay by Charlie Hall, Michael Hall and cast Photography by Charlie Hall, John Lewis and Vishal Shah Cast: Thom Hoffman, Harriet Vickers, Sam Wong, Simon Morgan, John Lewis, Vishal Shah, Charlie Hall and Michael Hall Executive producer: Helen Morant For the Empire/Jameson Awards 2011. http://www.empireonline.com/awards2011/donein60seconds/ Camera: Canon 550D Lenses: Canon 50mm f/1.8, Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8, Canon EFS 55-250mm f/4-5.6 Sound: Zoom H4n

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        • The West Wing - End of "Two Cathedrals" (Season 2 Episode 22)


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          These might be the greatest five and a half minutes of television ever produced.

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          • The Never Not a Nerd Show - Ep 23 - Movies - Am I Going to Get Sucked Into This?


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            Rick's on vacation (for real, not just from the show), so Nick (Rick's cousin) filled in for him. In this week's Movies segment we talked about: New Releases, The Phantom Menace, The Dark Knight Rises, Sony Movies News, MORE Sony Movie News, & Transformers

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            • 2010 Final Draft, Inc. HALL OF FAME AWARD: Aaron Sorkin's Acceptance Speech


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              Aaron Sorkin (THE SOCIAL NETWORK) gives his acceptance speech at the 2010 Final Draft, Inc. Annual Award Event. www.finaldraft.com

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              • Interview with Aaron Sorkin: The Social Network


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                After years in the business, Aaron Sorkin has built a strong name for himself. Having penned such classics as A Few Good Men, The American President, and TV's 'The West Wing,' Sorkin is no stranger to unprecedented hype. Lately, things have gotten a little crazy-- Sorkin has decided to leave politics behind and tackle modern pop-culture with his newest film, The Social Network. I was extremely excited to get his reaction to all the buzz when I sat down with him last week.

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                • Episode 135: Too Good For TV...


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                  I spend a lot of time watching DVD's. I especially love to watch DVD's of old television shows. The other day I popped in the DVD from one of my favorite shows from a decade ago, and quickly remembered...

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                  • Two Jews On Moneyball


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                    By Joan Alperin Schwartz First thing I must say is...I basically know nothing about sports. I do watch the Super Bowl but only for the commercials. That said, I absolutely loved 'Money Ball'. Which goes to prove, that you don't have to be a baseball fan, to think that this film, written by Aaron Sorkin and Steve Zaillan and directed by Bennett Miller, is absolutely wonderful. Brad Pitt portrays real life Baseball legend, Billy Beanne. I'm sure there are many people out there that have no idea who Mr. Beanne is...I being one of them. But I do now. Beanne, once a promising baseball player, is the General Manager of the Oakland A's. But not just any General Manager. When 'Moneyball' begins Brad Pitt says...'There are rich teams...There are poor teams...Then there is us'. The year is 2002. The Oakland A's has a payroll of 40 million dollars...while the Yankees's payroll is $126 million. More money buys better players. Billy Beanne has to find a competitive advantage when it comes to assembling a winning team. He doesn't have alot of cash...but what he does have is...Peter Brand (Jonah Hill) a Harvard graduate with a degree in economics. So what the hell does Peter know about baseball?. Turns out plenty. Brand used statiscal data to analyze the value of a baseball player. He was able to see what the Scouts couldn't...What a player did last year, was not what he'd do the following year. Sound boring? Trust me...It's not. Billy Beanne changed the face of baseball. He went against tradition and turned Baseball on its ear. Billy and Peter's relationship is the heart of this film and Brad and Jonah are fantastic together. Sorkin and Zaillan's brilliant dialogue gives 'Moneyball' (based on Michael Lewis's book) its humanity...Making it a movie for sports lovers as well as non sports lovers. Phillip Seymour Hoffman is almost unrecognizable as the Oakland A's Manager, Art Howe. He totally transforms himself. You think you're watching an old man instead of an actor in his 40's. That's how good he is. Jonah Hill gives a beautiful, subtle performance and for the first time, I really enjoyed watching him. As for Brad Pitt, well when Oscar nominations come around, I know his name will be the first one called. That's how excellent his work is in this film. I gave 'Moneyball' five bagels out of five with everything on them. As for the other half of 'Two Jews On Film', John, well he had a very different opinion. Luckily I get to write the reviews and therefore, I have the last word. If you'd like to know his bagel score, check out our video. 'Moneyball' opens in theaters Friday September 24, 2011. Do not miss this gem.

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                    • The Social Network-Movie Review by Keith Kelly


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                      http://www.InnovativeCommunications.tv Strong performances, biting, witty dialogue and deft direction lift "The Social Network" past the mindless action flicks of summer. Starring Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, it's an ironic tale about connecting to others-something not easily possible for the king of social networking. Written by wonderful wordsmith Aaron Sorkin, and directed with power by David Fincher, it's a universal tale about humans yearning to connect in this newly wired planet-something that seems to be even more difficult despite the technological advances. Along with the rest of the superb cast, Justin Timberlake puts in an first-rate performance as the hard-partying wiz kid behind Napster. The Social Network is cleverly built around two legal depositions, using flashbacks to reveal the story. The film doesn't paint The Facebook chief as an evil villain-rather it's a well-rounded portrait of a socially awkward techno geek yearning for love and acceptance who continually pushes it away. It’s a very compelling character study of the youngest billionaire on the planet who has 500 million virtual friends, yet possibly no actual ones. I give “The Social Network” a grade of “A”. I’m Keith Kelly Like to get your business online with a viral video? Contact Innovative Communications for more info. http://www.innovativecommunications.tv

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