1. Broadcast 2000 "Get up and Go"

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    from Jordan Clarke / Added

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    Broadcast 2000 "Get up and Go"

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    • Anyone

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      from Ryan Fedyk / Added

      12.6K Plays / / 62 Comments

      An animated short dealing with isolation and detached communication.

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      • LUV U

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        from Ben Garchar / Added

        19.1K Plays / / 50 Comments

        A spaceman tries to save a woman from Earth's imminent destruction. Official Selection: TAC Tiny Film Festival *Winner -- Best Drama Philip K. Dick International Film Festival of Science Fiction IndieWorks NYC Crested Butte Film Festival Colorado facebook.com/NebCinematics twitter.com/bengarchar www.bengarchar.com

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        • Coma Cinema - Only

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          from Tyler T. Williams / Added

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          Music video for "Only" by Coma Cinema, from the album "Stoned Alone", available June 1st 2010. comacinema.org

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          • The Psychedelic Experience

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            from Aubrey Marcus / Added

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            Blog: http://www.warriorpoet.us Twitter: https://twitter.com/warriorpoetus Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WarriorPoetUS Featuring music by Tribe Called Red - Electric PowWow http://electricpowwow.com/ Strangeloop https://soundcloud.com/strangeloop Icaros recorded live in ceremony, Maestro Orlando Chujandama - http://thenewrisingsun.wordpress.com/2010/05/12/8/ FEATURING SELECTED ART and FOOTAGE FROM SHUTTERSTOCK STRANGELOOP // WES RICHARDSON // LAYNER MORI HUAYTA // KORB // BEN ZFFILMS // TWO TIGERS // TOM GERAEDTS // GUY SHECHTER // BEEPLE // SAMUEL CURTIS //GAVIN KEECH - ENTPM FULL TEXT: What is the psychedelic experience? Aldous Huxley believed it was the fundamental craving of the human spirit. A desire to turn off the survival biased filter of perception just for a moment... and catch a glimpse beyond the bars of our cognitive prison. The psychedelic experience does not require drugs. Religious history and spiritual traditions are built upon these sublime moments. Messiahs hear the voice of God after a 40 day fast. Holy men, having isolated themselves in a cave, suddenly emerge with visionary truth. But to indulge in a 40 day fast to reach this heightened state is like burning your house down to bake a loaf of bread. One hour in a salt-water isolation tank quiets the noise of sensation until awareness becomes the mirror that reveals you to yourself. A single session of holotropic breathing restricts our mental chatter long enough to plunge you into the zero-state of visionary Inspiration. Then there are the earth movers... The plant medicines at the core of many religious sacraments, which according to Graham Hancock were integral to inspiring the earliest known art in caves throughout Europe. These plants are technologies. In a recent placebo controlled study completed by Johns Hopkins university 18 healthy adults were given Psilocybin, the active ingredient in ‘magic’ mushrooms. Fourteen months after participating in the study, 94% of those who received the drug said the experiment was one of their top five most positive experiences; 40% said it was the single most meaningful experience of their life. Ayahuasca, long called the Master Medicine by the healers of the rainforest, offers an experience with the most visually powerful and mysterious of all molecules endogenous to life, DiMethyltryptamine. Iboga, the root of an African shrub, confronts you with the voice of your own inner truth for 24 waking hours and is being used to treat Heroin addiction with relapse rates reported at a shockingly low 7%. Why doesn’t the world embrace these technologies? Terrence Mckenna has an answer, “It takes courage to take psychedelics – real courage. Your stomach clenches, your palms grow damp, because you realise this is real – this is going to work. Not in 12 years, not in 20 years, but in an hour!" What can the Psychedelic Experience be? The cloth that wipes clean our lens of perception, The compass that points true north to our life’s calling, The lantern in the catacombs of our subconscious, The sword stroke that unfetters the muse, The sunlight that dispels the shadows of our past Or simply a respite of eternity, in the fast flowing river of time. I’ve been to the other side, stared unflinching into the eyes of my eternal soul and seen a matrix of a thousand possible destinies. I’ve witnessed the span of our current universe contained in an unceasing heartbeat, each world a single bloodcell and each contraction a new existence for life itself. I’ve learned of humility on the back of a dragon, felt the terminal extreme of heaven and hell in the marrow of my bones, died and been reborn anew. What will your psychedelic experience be? Courage to you all. *Special thanks to Marija of Not This Body for making this vision come to life, Cory Allen for help with sound, to Jason Silva for inspiring the genre, and to all the teachers, shamans, and the spirit of the very plants themselves that have guided me along this path.

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            • Life in Text.

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              from Laurence Jacobs / Added

              33.7K Plays / / 36 Comments

              A brokenhearted 20-something relives a lost relationship as he explores the physical space created by his ex-girlfriend's text messages. Starring Tyler Ritter ("The McCarthy's) and Alexandra Daddario ("True Detective", PERCY JACKSON) Directed by Laurence & Jessica Jacobs *Featured on: Yahoo!, Film School Rejects, Just Jared, Laughing Squid, and Slash Film. SYNOPSIS: Isolated in his bedroom on a Saturday night, Benjamin is your run-of-the-mill, brokenhearted 20-something. While he obsessively scrolls through past text messages between him and his ex-girlfriend, we soon enter his subconscious and travel through a virtual message world. Nostalgia sets in, as he revisits old messages, pictures, and videos. The journey moves backward in time, beginning at the end of the couple's history (when they are no longer speaking) and ending at the beginning of their relationship: their first text message. Through painfully visceral memories, Benjamin must find a way to let go of the memory that once was, or surrender to digital nostalgia forever. ---------------------------------- FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/lifeintext TWITTER: twitter.com/LifeinTextFilm

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              • 370 New World

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                from Tania Giannouli / music / Added

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                370 New World is a work on the new solitude created by the economic and social crisis which crossed the whole Europe in the last ten years.The human isolation which is displayed to the spectator is, by now, part of the everyday life of many people. The author thus introduces his creative work as a kind of mirror in which the spectator may recognise some details of his or her own life. Despite the video focuses on the new media, Lunardi does not want to make any accusation.The work, in fact, is placed beyond the commonplace debate which stigmatizes technology and the social networks.The author simply tries to put in evidence the different solitudes which surround the various characters who live in his work. The first solitude is imposed by an external circumstance, that is the economic crisis. The glances of the artisans, of the artists, of the workers are lost on a distant horizon, and lost into the research of a job which is, by now, disappeared.The crisis deprived them of their essence and they have freezed into a state of paralysis which transformed them into the living waste of an evolving society. New World focuses on the changes which are happening now, and which are happening too fastly to prevent people to break down. The other solitude represented in this creative work is the one generated when the new means of communication replaced the human relationships. The mechanism itself, and not the social networks, is negatively judged, because it gives people a powerful excuse for mutual indifference. They actually are important tools, but they are often used compulsively so that the individual finally lives emotionally detached from everyday life.By indulging into the screen’s light, we are released from the real problems of life and of living together. The work closes on a man who stubbornly seeds the asphalt. That peasant, with that peculiar gesture, strongly asserts his will to get back a certain concreteness, in the name of his link with the mother earth. Twisted, dried up, deprived of meaning, the earth is always there to prove our original essence of social and natural animals.The act of seeding becomes thus a fight against the asphalt which covers the square dominated by the monolith of an abandoned mill, which becomes the symbol of the industrial and economic decay.We do not know wether the peasant will win that unequal fight. But we do know that his battle is the only ethic choice possible. director: Marcantonio Lunardi Photography Director: Ilaria Sabbatini Music: Tania Giannouli Assistant: Deborah Di Ricco Jessica Di Ricco Matteo Felloni Gemma Nardini Actors: Bonaldi Marisa Ilaria Sabbatini Aldo Gottardo Deborah Bellini Diana Banti Chiara Bresciani Azzurra Ciccone Chiara Corveddu Deborah Costa Serena Del Carlo Deborah Di Ricco Jessica Di Ricco Matteo Felloni Silvia Ferrari Alice Granucci Janelle Manfredini Sara Milani Gemma Nardini Stefania Orlandi Sara Rudi Bonotti Alice Rugani Laura Martina Sabatino Rosa Senese Giorgio Soraggi Simona Tofan Raluca Tommaso Vettori Enza Colatutto Patrizia Caraffi Clemente Pestelli Cosimo Pestelli Francesca Nottoli Margherita Pestelli Giancarlo Castrucci Roberto Corso Gabriele Bartalena Lighting Technician Teatro Accademico di Bagni di Lucca Marco Petri Sound: Redroom Recording Studio (Pisa) Traslation: Giulia Negrello Production: Realab Special Thanks: Maurizio Antonio Fontanini Ilaria Lippi Evelina Gasbarri Giordana Vj Giordz Guerriero Simone Boscolo Graziano Dovichi Francesca Maccarrone Massimo Betti Tommaso Sabbatini Michela Lombardi Maysa Monção Giacomo Cerrai Elena Di Martella Orsi Enza Colatutto In collaboration with Maurizio Antonio Fontanini Ilaria Lippi Toscana Film Commission Comune di Bagni di Lucca Teatro Comunale di Bagni di Lucca Classe 5B del Liceo delle Scienze Sociali Paladini/Machiavelli Lucca All rights reserved - Bagni di Lucca ©2014

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                • Beyond the fervent heat (Dir Cut) - River Island

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                  from AOIFE MCARDLE / Added

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                  A film created to showcase T Lipop's menswear range for River Island. Music by Jon Hopkins, Burial, Night Beats & Father Writer/Director: Aoife McArdle Alliigator: Digger Man: Tony Adams Boys: Austin & Jonathan A co-production at White Lodge, Colonel Blimp & Good Company Executive producers UK: Stephen Whelan &Tamsin Glasson Executive Producer US: Brian Welsh Line Producer US: Brian Welsh DoP: Steve Annis Production Design & Styling: Alexis Johnson Ist AC: Robby Hart 2nd AC: Jojo Canon DIT: Eli Berg Gaffer: Nghia Khuu Key Grip: Julien Janigo Editor: Dan Sherwen at Final Cut Telecine: Rich Fearon at MPC Music Supervision: Major Tom Sound Design: Freddie & Joe Assistant editor: Ryan Beck at Final Cut

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                  • The Apology Line - Short Film (UKFC, Screen WM)

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                    from James Lees / Added

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                    Directed by James Lees WINNER: Best Short Film - HOT DOCS, Toronto Best European Short Film - Cork International Film Festival Special Jury Mention - Clermont-Ferrand Int Film Festival Special Jury Mention - AFI Film Festival Los Angeles Nominated for Best Short Film - European Film Academy Awards Official Selection - Sundance Film Festival Official Selection at over 50 festivals worldwide. The most talked-about short documentary of the year: the 'Apology Line' is where members of the public can anonymously confess to absolutely anything, over the phone. Inspired by the original apology project in New York, the apologies are uncomfortably honest, sometimes funny, occasionally shocking, but always fascinating.

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                    • Art: Isolation B

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                      from Sarah Kreczmer / Added

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                      This is Isolation B. Second installment. This appears a bit more humourous, but still reflects someone being isolated. In this case, in her own environment. People can relate to this by thinking of a time when they too have been alone at home. Subliminally, the music develops that she is having thoughts of someone else. The colours contrast with her thoughts, sometimes accenuating her depressed state or creating a dreamlike effect. The colours move in ROY-G-BIV. Rainbow and reflect to being outside. The repetition of shots, emphasis the tedious activity. I wasn't sure which way to run these videos, whether this should be A or not. Thoughts again would be appreciated. xx Link to Isolation C > http://www.vimeo.com/clip:132051

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