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  1. Short interview with underwater photographer Raffaella Schlegel from South Africa.
    Raffaella pictures beauty and elegance in sharks like no one else. Here she talks about her friend Kate, a tiger shark with whom she dived last season.
    For more info about Raffaella's pictures and diving with the sharks in South Africa visit
    raffaellaschlegel.com and blue-rush.info

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  2. Few glimpses from New York City in december 2011. Lights, noises, cabs, trains, people, uptown, downtown...and more.
    Images and editing from Martin ROLLAND
    Camera 5DMKII - GoPro hero2
    Music from Mobygratis at mobygratis.com

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  3. In an industrial strip of land in Louisiana known as Bayou Corne, a 25-acre sinkhole has formed. As earth sinks into the ground, toxic pollutants are being released into the air. Watch as trees disappear into a swamp and meet residents in the area, known as Cancer Alley, who say the place is no longer safe to live.

    Produced By Ben Depp
    Executive Producer: Storyhunter
    Storyhunter helps the world's top video journalists and documentary filmmakers produce video stories that matter.
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  4. The two last minivideos of the serie" waves and clouds" ( experimenting with a thin plastic sheet in the sunset.
    with wind on a hill).direct colour..;no effects.

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  5. Traditional scenery in Uruguay and Argentina can be seen side by side with the dancers.
    Dancers: Gustavo Rosas and Gisela Natoli (adapted to a new age tango)
    Gloria by Gotan Project (remixed by Leo Bar).
    Art and paintings: Leo Bar.
    Enjoy the show! For more info see my blog :: wp.me/pBIIx-fN

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Francesco Maria Cannella

Credo che la violenza sia diventata un punto fermo di una sceneggiatura, ed è presente per una ragione drammaturgica. Non penso che la gente pensa al diavolo con le corna e la coda biforcuta, e quindi non crede alla punizione dopo la morte. Allora mi


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Credo che la violenza sia diventata un punto fermo di una sceneggiatura, ed è presente per una ragione drammaturgica. Non penso che la gente pensa al diavolo con le corna e la coda biforcuta, e quindi non crede alla punizione dopo la morte. Allora mi sono chiesto a cosa crede la gente, o meglio di che cosa ha paura: del dolore fisico, e il dolore fisico si sprigiona dalla violenza, è questa credo l'unica cosa che la gente realmente teme al giorno d'oggi, e che quindi è diventata una parte ben definita della vita e ovviamente anche della sceneggiatura.

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