1. Agora Tutti - Kapitel 03

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    Nur die Ente wird hinten fett Nach langer Zeit blicken unsere Aktivisten-Darstellerinnen zurück auf ihre bewegteren Tage, und sind nur so halb zufrieden mit allerhand Entwicklungen … Das endgültige Ende der präsent-progressive-fiction Webserie. Johanna .......................... Nadine Grippekoven Alvine Margarete ......... Melanie Seeland J. Dithfurth …………...…. Kai Meinhardt Manuela .......................... Antje Borchardt Rocko ……………………. Alfonso Elke .................................. Zoe Hutmacher Heidi ……………………….. Saskia Koch Justus ……………….…….. Norbert Nützel Buch, Regie u.a. .............. Matthias Merkle Redaktion ...................... Antje Borchardt Engl. Untertitel .............. Amy J. Klement Theresa Lehmann Büro Neg. Bürgermeister

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    • "Dark Matter" (Promo) - Who Is Anakin Artz ?

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      Everyone loves the underdog. No matter the arena, no matter the storyline. People rally around the unlikely hero. Time and again we root for the blue collar guy who somehow, against every bit of conventional logic, comes through in the clutch with an improbable win of epic proportions. Cliché as the storyline has become, there is always a certain mystical, magnetic quality to it that draws people in every single time. The story of Anakin Artz is no different, at least not on the surface. On December 18th the mystery of who is Anakin Artz and what Reject Dreams is should be a bit more vivid as Anakin and Producer "Rena1ssance" release his debut EP "Dark Matter." Gear up for an experience and a better understanding of the mysteries that lie within "Dark Matter." Footage Shot By: Lavish TATA, Devin Hance, & Anakin Artz Edited By: Devin Hance

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      • Clearance in Mongkok during Umbrella Movement

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        This video is about Clearance in Mongkok during the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong. Pro-democracy protesters refused to leave after the camps and barricades were removed by Hong Kong Police. There were minor clashes and water-form pepper spray was used by the police to push protesters away from the street. This video was taken with the Panasonic GH3 camera and a 14-140mm zoom lens. Post production was made by FCPX.

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        • Schmaltz

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          Robbie Swain Paris self portrait Film Making 101 AUP Fall 2014 Semester Prof. Matas-Morris

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          • After Day 75...

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            • A Venue for the End of the World Trailer

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              Embark on a strange and wondrous misadventure with Australian documentary filmmaker Aidan Prewett as he travels across the United States in search of what it takes to command an audience. Haunted by uncanny similarities between Nazi stage techniques and the showmanship employed by modern entertainers, Prewett investigates the dangers of audience manipulation and leader worship. As Prewett meets various performers and masters of the backstage world, he learns many behind-the-scenes secrets for commanding the stage. But that doesn’t mean he’ll have what it takes when he tries these techniques out for himself. In A Venue for the End of The World we discover that the search for truth is often a cause for unexpected humour, and we uncover a world where a performer’s insecurities may actually work in their favour. A Venue for the End of the World also unearths some powerful antidotes to the herd mentality by rediscovering the protest era and investigating some of the largest crowds ever assembled. From Woodstock to the Nuremberg rallies to the Occupy Movement, A Venue for the End of The World presents a mind-blowing exploration of the often-overlapping worlds of politics, music and comedy.

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              • Air-Conditioned Life (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

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                Download Air-Conditioned Life by Vattica for FREE: https://soundcloud.com/vattica/air-conditioned-life-remastered The official music video for Air-Conditioned Life by Vattica. Available on all digital retailers including: iTunes: http://goo.gl/s9VsRH Spotify: http://bit.ly/VATspotify Physical copies available at http://officialvattica.com VATTICA is: Alexander Millar (Lead Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards) http://www.facebook.com/IAmAlexanderMillar Joey Jane (Bass, Backing Vocals) http://www.facebook.com/IAmJoeyJane Prentice (Drums, Percussion, Loops, Backing Vocals) http://www.facebook.com/Prenticedaggs http://www.officialvattica.com COPYRIGHT VATTICA 2014 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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                • Alain Bertho, professeur d’anthropologie (Université Paris 8), directeur de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme de Paris Nord

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                  «Après Occupy et le printemps arabe : rages populaires et mondialisation» Printemps arabes, indignés, mouvement Occupy : l’année 2011 ouvre-t-elle une nouvelle période ? Quel bilan peut-on tirer de ces trois années d’occupations et de mobilisations collectives dans le monde ? Si le « temps des émeutes » ne semble pas être clos, les affrontements prennent parfois une ampleur nationale comme au Brésil, en Turquie ou en Ukraine. De nouvelles subjectivités collectives s’affirment mais l’effondrement des figures de l’avenir (le progrès ou la révolution) laisse la place à la montée des affrontements identitaires.

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                  • Interfaces Sonoras em Situação de Rua 01 [ISSR-01] - Conserto de Piano 285

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                    "Conserto de Piano 285" é parte do projeto ISSR - Interfaces Sonoras em Situação de Rua, que visa a pesquisa e criação de interfaces/instrumentos para a experimentação sonora em espaços urbanos. Neste video Cadós Sanchez utiliza a Interface Sonora: "Liga do Tempo" num piano abandonado em uma varanda de São Paulo - Brasil. Ano: 2014 Imagens: Juliana Kase e Rogério Marttins Mais informações: http://www.cadossanchez.com/

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                    • To All Those Who Cant Breathe

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                      America! Mike Brown Tamir Rice Akai Gurley Daniel Levitt Kimani Grey Remi Fraisse Sean Bell Eric Garner ERIC GARNER Mike Brown Mike Brown They want us to forget. Every day there's so much input, some new crisis, some new information, some new screen. Another man or woman killed by the police, and then a sale, what Taylor Swift is doing, what Pharrell said. We could spend our whole lives swiping from one thing to the next, always forgetting, forgetting what happened the day before, forgetting what moved us. And we could die this way, never doing justice to our lives, never doing justice to each other, to the death of a friend, to that of a stranger. A life lived on our knees is not a life at all. We have seen the cycle repeat itself: a man or woman is harassed or killed by the police, riots happen, and all available means are brought to bear to reestablish order, to bring us back to the same old thing. This cycle can seem insurmountable, but it's not. Since August, the people of Ferguson have shown us what it means to reclaim our lives, and to act at in a way adequate to the situation. And since November 24, when we began blocking highways and bridges in 170 cities and confronting the police from New York to Cleveland, Denver to Detroit, Oakland to Atlanta, America as a whole has begun to reclaim its dignity. The blockades and demonstrations now happening everywhere for Eric Garner are not just an intensification of this process, they are a sign that, together, we have reached a higher level, the unveiling of a simple truth that began in 2011: alone, I can't breathe, but together, we can. The time has come to draw a line in the sand. We can decide which way to go, we can take back our lives. We can decide how to live without police, and the pathetic form of survival that they are trying to keep together. We only have to give ourselves the means to do so. This is what some Anons meant when they called "to the good people of Ferguson, take heart – and take your streets. Occupy every square inch of your city." Do we go back home, and give up? Or do we decide, once and for all, to put an end to this? It's up to us to decide which way to go, and to give ourselves the ability to do it. From here in New York, we call on everyone, everywhere, to keep blocking everything and to start occupying everything. Create zones of autonomy, free of the police and organized by the people who make them up. Reconnect what we feel and what we think, with what we do and how we live. Assemble the material means to give ourselves time and space, to continue, to persist. Follow that which makes us powerful, overcome what makes us weak. Fight now to live now, build now to go forward now. No more waiting. No more fear. Let's take over.

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