1. Get Back

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    from The Lincoln Motor Company / Added

    A short film written and directed by Eliot Rausch, presented by the Lincoln Motor Company as part of the “Hello, Again” series, which asks filmmakers to reimagine the familiar into something fresh and new. Rausch found himself increasingly distracted by his phone, his email, and his need to be in touch, and realized that he was losing sense of what he was actually connected to. He made this film to explore the way humans connect in an era when they are more "connected" than ever. Watch the "Get Back" behind-the-scenes film: vimeo.com/channels/helloagain/64610663 More at vimeo.com/channels/helloagain Writer / Director / Editor: Eliot Rausch Producer: Todd Dana DOP: Eric Koretz Assistant Camera: Will Mayer Gaffer: Edward Salerno Becca Buckalew: as herself Scott Pezzini: as himself Additional Cast: Jordan Henricks, Brittany Henricks, Carter Dickson, and Tatum Lee Special Thanks: Debby Dana, Preston and Melissa Lee Composer: Adam Taylor Location Scout: Jeff McSpadden Production Company: RauschFilms Produced by The Lincoln Motor Company

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    • ThePresent

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      from m ss ng p eces / Added

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      This annual clock sets itself to the present day. The hand then moves at the speed of one year, for a complete revolution every 365 days. Gradually Introducing a meditative pace that inspires a big picture perspective. Annual timing mechanism engineered and programmed in Germany. Designed, manufactured and assembled in New York. Own one of the few remaing limited first editions of ThePresent. www.thepresent.is

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      • Introduction: Get Back

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        from The Lincoln Motor Company / Added

        An introduction to “Get Back,” a film written and directed by Eliot Rausch. When the Lincoln Motor Company asked Eliot to create a film that would interpret the notion of “Hello, Again” he decided to pull from his own experience and explore the topic of digital distraction. Making the film – and reimagining his own life – was the opportunity he needed to break away from the devices that were stealing attention to the present. His film "Get Back" showcases the story of a young couple trying to work out life and love in the midst of an increasingly disconnected digital world. Watch the "Get Back" feature film: vimeo.com/channels/helloagain/64641161 More at http://vimeo.com/channels/helloagain Subject: Eliot Rausch Producer: Todd Dana Director / Editor / Director of Photography: Will Mayer Composer: Adam Taylor Production Company: RauschFilms Special Thanks: The Vimeo Family Produced by The Lincoln Motor Company

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        • Tom's Creation Plantation Trailer

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          from www.KORDUROY.tv / Added

          Trailer for the half surf film/ half shaping tutorial about ancient wooden surfboards known as alaias. NOW AVAILABLE ON WWW.KORDUROY.TV ...

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          • Slide Your Brains Out | Thomas Campbell

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            from Mollusk Surf Shop / Added

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            Thomas Campbell talks about his new photography book Slide Your Brains Out. Surfers: CJ Nelson, Michel Junod and Ashley Lloyd-Thompson. Music by The Mattson 2. Read an interview with Thomas: http://mllu.sk/tmoe-interview Buy the book: http://mllu.sk/TIJ4LF Buy photos from the exhibit: http://mllu.sk/TKDSVd

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            • Harrison Roach in Windy Costa - Sea Movies

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              from www.KORDUROY.tv / Added

              Dustin Miller (www.fleshprofitsnothing.com) on a recent trip to Costa Rica for the filming of the film Picaresque broke out his 16mm Bolex film camera and shot Harrison Roach getting some nice slides through windy little peelers.

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              • Sliders tv

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                The $30 Surfboard was a swapmeet find early 80s maybe late 70s ET surfboards mid length 7'6 shred sled from the deep. Check out other sliders tv episodes at hurley.com or www.czombieblog.com

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                • "The Present" a film by Thomas Campbell

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                  3,398 Plays / / 1 Comment

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                  • Lauren Lee on "The Present" 5.14

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                    Lauren Lee climbs "The Present" 5.14 at the Gorilla Cliffs, Utah.

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                    • The Present - Film Trailer

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                      from Brushfire Records / Added

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                      The Present is the 3rd and newest film from Thomas Campbell, acclaimed surf movie director of The Seedling and Sprout. The Present is yet another look into the wide-ranging possibilities of accessing the surfing experience, with a multi-cultural, diverse surf craft and wide range of surfers. Shot primarily in 16mm film on location in West Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, California, Sumatra, Java, and Peru. Featuring Dave Rastovich, Dane Reynolds, Joel Tudor, Chelsea Hedges, Kassia Meador, Harrison Roach, Dan Malloy, Devon Howard, C.J. Nelson, Ry Craike, Jacob Stuth, Sofi a Mulanovich, Chris Del Moro, Michel Junod, Ian King, Danny Hess, Alex Knost, and Rob Machado among others. With music by; David Axelrod, Bonnie Prince Billy, Mice Parade, The Mattson 2, Cass McCombs, Plants and Animals, Vetiver, The Photographic, Ndabva Kure (featuring Shannon Sol R. Carroll and David Rastovich), Japanese Motors, Gabor Szabo, Ray Barbee & The Mattson 2, Jeff Parker, and Tommy Guerrero.

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