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My tribute to my favourite sword duels in cinema (60 films). EDITED IN 2009. SONG: "Don't let me be misunderstood", performed by Santa Esmeralda, extracted from the soundtrack album of "Kill Bill". FILMS USED (listed only the first time each one of them appears): 00:01 - Kill Bill 00:06 - Hero 00:08 - Seven Samurai 00:09 - The Princess bride 00:11 - Hero 00:13 - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest 00:14 - Gladiator 00:16 - Conan the Barbarian 00:17 - Troy 00:19 - Batman begins 00:21 - Dragonslayer 00:23 - Kill Bill Vol. 2 00:26 - The Empire strikes back 00:29 - Crouching tiger, hidden dragon 00:33 - Zatoichi 00:35 - Hellboy 2 00:37 - The mask of Zorro 00:40 - The phantom menace 00:45 - Peter Pan 00:47 - Pirates of the Caribbean: The curse of the Black Pearl 00:49 - Revenge of the Sith 00:52 - The duelists 00:54 - LadyHawke 00:55 - The Count of Montecristo 00:56 - Kingdom of Heaven 00:58 - Blade 01:03 - The 13th warrior 01:05 - Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 01:06 - The Fellowship of the Ring 01:07 - Highlander 01:12 - Cutthroat Island 01:13 - Dangerous liaisons 01:14 - The adventres of Robin Hood (1938) 01:20 - The attack of the clones 01:26 - Stardust 01:28 - House of Flying Daggers 01:30 - Matrix Reloaded 01:32 - The flame and the arrow 01:35 - Willow 01:36 - Cyrano de Bergerac 01:48 - Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves 01:49 - Monty Python and the Holy Grail 01:50 - Hamlet (1996) 01:52 - Rob Roy 02:02 - Young Sherlock Holmes 02:08 - The Crow 02:12 - Casanova 02:20 - Star Wars: A new hope 02:29 - The Four Musketeers (1974) 02:31 - Dragonheart 02:33 - The return of the Jedi 02:38 - Hook 02:40 - Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull 02:44 - Army of Darkness 02:55 - Azumi 02:57 - 300 03:01 - Excalibur 03:03 - Blind Fury 03:05 - The Curse of the Golden Flower 03:38 - Equilibrium+ More details
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Turn up your speakers. enjoy. ---------------------------------------------- When I started timelapse photography a year ago I thought it would be something I could just jump right into and master, as I've been taking stills for nearly a decade now. But I was quickly humbled by the medium as I struggled to put together worthwhile footage after repeated early attempts. This, I realized, was a whole other animal. Over and above all the technical challenges — motion control gear, constantly changing light, aperture flicker — shooting a timelapse forces you to look inside: after setting up your shot, there’s often not much you can do for hours, but sit up there and ponder while the camera does it's thing. The relationship between the cold glass, steel and concrete below coupled with the often majestic clouds, sky and sun/moon never ceases to be a source of wonder. And so the purpose of what you’re doing becomes a frequent question in your mind. With City Rising I wanted to bring others up to this perspective, and from here, show them the city as they have never seen it before — where the boundary between earth and sky is unclear and the placid beauty of the city lays spread out below, quietly humming along. City Rising takes the viewer straight through rush hour traffic to the highest urban peaks and the clouds above it all, all in under four minutes. Music- Hans Zimmer - Journey to the Line Shot on location in Toronto, Canada https://www.facebook.com/blursurfing http://www.tomryaboi.com/ https://twitter.com/R00ftopper+ More details
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All 11 images of the Adventure Series are deconstructed. I had to flatten a lot of the layers, but at least you can get an idea of what goes into each image. Enjoy! www.twitter.com/davehillphoto www.davehillphoto.com+ More details
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This music video is an abstract journey in our everyday surroundings, illustrating moments of life in a continuous way. A trip into 4500 still photographs, a travel where urban landscapes meet pastoral scenes to create a whirlpool around the theme of the video: the subjective point of view and urban life. This video was created with a stop motion technique, it was conceived with a very simple Nikon Coolpix E4600. There is no video in it, but not less than 4500 still photos taken in the streets of Nancy and Epinal (France). Credits: Lyrics by James P Honey http://www.myspace.com/jamesphoney Beat produced by Roma http://www.myspace.com/heliumprickuid Video directed by DaBrainkilla aka Christophe Thockler: http://www.christophethockler.com+ More details
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Acting, whether it's for a big budget movie or your friends weekend project can be a daunting task, mostly though it's fun. Here's a quick intro to some acting basics. Check out the full lesson here: http://vimeo.com/videoschool/lesson/177/acting-101+ More details
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In the return of our documentary series, we visit the French capital. A few years ago The New York Times and Le Monde were declaring the death of clubbing in Paris. It was a dark moment for a city that has at times stood alongside London, New York and Berlin as one of the capitals of electronic music. With names like Laurent Garnier, Daft Punk and Justice leading the way, Paris has seemingly always been a flashpoint for a unique spin on house and techno. Visit the feature page on RA: http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?1731+ More details
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