1. The Teenagers "Homecoming"

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    This is a music video for The Teenagers, shot in London in 2007. It was shot on 8mm.

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    • Import Alliance Homecoming

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      from Goonk Vilaivanh / Added

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      First off, let me say that it’s hard to believe it’s been a whole year since I filmed car meets. I first got started with my first car video with a little sony camcorder I had back in summer 2011 but it was later that year, I went to this very same Import Alliance fall meet that started to get me noticed from a lot of car enthusiasts who I later became good friends with in the middle TN area. I received many recognitions from them and I’m very grateful for that. Just last year, I knew nothing about how to use my Canon T2i and had very little editing skills and now here I am feeling like I know what I’m doing and am very good at it. I know I could do better though, but I have a lot to learn still. I’ve improved much more from last year’s video of the meet which you can check out from the link below. You’ll notice a BIG difference between the two videos. So now I’m ending the year with this last car meet video for the Gripset website and I hope you all enjoy it. Lat year’s video: https://vimeo.com/32181735 As for the event itself, it’s so nice to see many people from locals to out of state car enthusiasts of all kind to come for such an event where they can enjoy other people’s builds. We all have a passion for cars. Everyone has their own tastes in mods. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Some may want to come and get an inspiration for their own build by looking at what others did. Some may think of the event as a small vacation, a paradise, or a happy place we could go to get away from the usual routines in our daily lives. What ever the reason people have to come here, we all have the same thing in common. You’ll see many cars ranging from old school to new school, luxurious or ratrods, clean and simple, or thinking straight out of the box, maybe being unique with such a build no much could do, or the first to do a certain mod. There are euros, domestics, and Japanese cars. We have from slammed to fitted, hard parkers and vip guys, boosted or all motors, function only, form over function, even the best of form and function. You name it. They’re all there, but scattered all over the place so you have to go on a hunt for them. Speaking of which, it was hard for me to find the cars I wanted on film because after drivers got settled in parking, others would move to find a better parking spot so then you start to see lots of cars cruising around the parking lots. I would film one car, look back and the car I wanted on film is gone. Sometimes I may find it later, and most of the time I don’t ever see it again. But regardless of the wanted cars, there were many cars to film. I also wanted to capture how big it was, the turn out of the meet, the overall vibe, the perspective we all see at the meet. Anywhere from a relax feeling to a party sensation. Last year, it got wild from everyone standing on the sidewalks of the bridge watching all sorts of cars leaving the entrance at WOT. It got so wild there were calls that got the police to come and they couldn’t handle the crowd for quite a long time. This time, there cops to attend the meet to make sure nothing stupid happens and everything is safe especially having no one on the bridge again. BUT!! Once again people were on the bridge. At least it wasn’t as bad as last years. The wildest thing there was a gymkhana type of course where anyone is welcome to test their skills in their cars on the course. It was meant for grip driving but some ignored it and drifted around the small course. Other than that, this meet was well organized and successful. Everyone had a great time from what I see. Nice people everywhere you go and were great to meet. All the vendors are awesome such as S3 magazine, Seen It!, Weksos, SlammedEnuff?, Grip Royal, and more more! I look forward to coming here again next year. www.grip-set.com Follow me on Instagram - @goonk Canon T2i 28mm f/1.8 18-55 kit lens Song Bout that Life - Bei Maejor

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      • "Homecoming" John Forte + Talib Kweli

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        Artist: John Forté ( http://www.johnforte.com) Feature: Talib Kweli ( http: www.yearoftheblacksmith.com ) Song: "Homecoming" Director: The ICU ( http://www.theiculab.com ) Recorded soon after John's release from Fort Dix Federal Correctional Institution December 22, 2008.

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        • excerpt from "Homecoming - Celebrating 20 Years of Dance at PS 122", a film by Charles Dennis

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          "Homecoming (Celebrating 20 Years of Dance at P.S. 122 - 1980-2000) (2004) is a dance, documentary film by Charles Dennis. Homecoming chronicles the origins and evolution of Performance Space 122 in New York City, one of this country's most active presenters of new dance and performance art and profiles ten leading choreographers, Ron Brown, Ann Carlson, Yoshiko Chuma, Dancenoise, Mark Dendy, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Jennifer Monson, Charles Moulton, Sally Silvers and Doug Varone, whose careers were launched at P.S. 122. The film was shot in 2000 on the occasion of P.S. 122's 20th season. To honor that achievement Charles Dennis, one of the co-founders of the space, invited the ten choreographers to return for a special taping of selected dances from their repertories. Combining new and archival performance clips, interviews with the artists, commentary by Deborah Jowitt of the Village Voice, Jennifer Dunning of The New York Times, Joseph Melillo the Executive Producer of the Brooklyn Academy of Music, former P.S 122 Artistic Director Mark Russell and P.S. 122 co-founders Charles Moulton, Tim Miller and Charles Dennis the film illuminates a portrait of a fertile dance scene that was instrumental in expanding the boundaries of contemporary dance and performance. Performance photography by Dona Ann McAdams and original music by John Zorn are also featured in the film. This project was made possible with funds received from the National Initiative to Preserve America's Dance (NIPAD), a grant program under the umbrella, SAVE AS DANCE underwritten by the Pew Charitable Trust and administered at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, by the Presentation Funds Program of the Experimental Television Center, Ltd. which is funded by the New York State Council on the Arts, a public agency and with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Cultural Challenge Program. The running time of Homecoming is 56 minutes. Press Quotes Homecoming is a digital archive of fervent days when dancers could devote 120% ... Its subtle beauty evokes the prevailing spirit of the East Village ca. 1980a loving tribute. Attitude The Dancers Magazine Timely and poignant documenting the history of an endangered species. The Village Voice

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          • 100m Freestyle

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            HomeComing RC presents: A short film by Chucho Written & Directed by Chucho E. Quintero Produced by Eric Reyes Palafox Shot by Santiago Serratos Sound by Nina L. Mariaca Edited by Chucho E. Quintero and Eliott Reguera 1st AD, Hugo Hahn Costume Design by Irina Miroslava Make Up and Hairstyling by Zaredt Rivas Madrid Music by Erich Novoa and Ramón Laguía Featuring songs by Josegui, and Los Gastados. ORIGINAL TITLE: 100 metros estilo libre SYNOPSIS: Polo and Domingo spend their last days together between Ciudad Mendoza and Cordoba, in Veracruz, Mexico, before Domingo moves to another city. Domingo has to say goodbye to his girlfriend, Mina; while Polo deals with his feelings towards his best friend in the little time they have left. Starring: Eliott Reguera César Zegbe Carolina Gómez Eric Reyes Palafox José Juan Name Gilberto Garfias Oliver Rendón Diego Michel HDV / color / 00:16:00 Spanish w/ English subtitles http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2732984 Official Selection @ 2013's Mix Mexico Film Festival Featured in NoBudge.com http://nobudge.com/main/2013/9/22/student-film-spotlight-100m-freestyle HomeComing RC Mexico, 2013

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            • Elder Hamilton & Heather - Reunited at Last

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              I had the honor of filming this beautiful missionary homecoming for Heather - Elder Hamilton's gorgeous girlfriend. Heather told him that she wouldn't be able to make it to the airport. Little did he know, she showed up and totally surprised him and his reaction is princess :)

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              • Hug Lady

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                Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady,” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

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                • Homecoming (Ad For Marriage Equality)

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                  Support Coalition For Equal Marriage http://www.c4em.org.uk/ Video directed by Mike Buonaiuto http://www.youtube.com/user/mikebuonaiu

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                  • Homecoming Trailer

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                    from Homecoming by Sean Hackett / Added

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                    Homecoming is the story of Estelle Szymanski, an Army medic in search of fun while on leave in her hometown of Celebration, Florida. With her directionless yet noble friends tagging along, she reveals hidden fears about her lonely mother and finds more than she expected from her homecoming celebrations. A surprisingly assured debut, Hackett's film captures a soldier's story with a gentleness and grace that allows the experience of the individual to feel much bigger. - Kate Erbland, Gordon and the Whale "Writer/Director Sean Hackett scratches (or finds) that hard-to-reach filmmaking place where the storytelling feels effortless." - Phil Pirrello, IGN Movies "…every once in awhile there's a truly independent film [like Sean Hackett's Homecoming] that pops out of nowhere that deserves as much attention [as the star-studded films]." - Melissa Molina, LatinoReview.com "Insightful, sensitive and highly entertaining ... 'Homecoming' strikes a unique chord seldom heard in coming of age films."; "I can so relate to this … an excellent movie!" - Cynthia Haines, NPR "Sean Hackett's Drama 'Homecoming' is a beautiful film …" - Lucas McNelly, Filmmaker Magazine

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                    • Welcome Home Elder Francom

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                      Mormon missionaries serve all over the world for 18 to 24 months to help people come to Christ. When that time is up family and friends wait anxiously at the airport on the day of their missionary's homecoming. Elder Francom serve in the Ghana, Cape Coast and Ghana, Kumasi, and South Africa, Durban missions. Welcome home, Elder! Visit rosemarycardfilmandphotography.blogspot.com for more films and photos. To book your own memory email me at rosemarycardphotography@gmail.com

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