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    Protestors and press are assaulted as Ahwazi Arabs storm the National Iranian Oil Company in London. Lord Lamont and Richard Bacon MP were confronted by Peter Tatchell and Ahwazi Arabs from Iran.
    The Ahwazi Arabs were protesting against Tehran’s exploitation of their homeland oil reserves, ecological devastation caused by the oil industry and anti Arab racism and human rights abuses.
    They peacefully disrupted and briefly occupied a UK and Iranian business meeting at NIOC London Headquarters.

    © Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital.co.uk
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  2. Client: Petrotech
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    Petrotech is a registered body set up by the distinguished members from public, private, multinational and government in the Petroleum Sector to showcase the achievements and developments of the Oil & Gas Industry in India.

    The Petrotech series of Conferences and Exhibitions which started in 1995 began a movement where all players of the oil and gas industry belonging to upstream, midstream and downstream sectors both from India and abroad met on a common platform to discuss the issues, concerns, strategies and technological advances in this field of hydrocarbons

    Particle got the chance to create the overall multimedia stuff for 2014 conference for Petrotech, whichis inaugurated by Ex Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh.

    For 5 days program we created the video fillers, Unique Background Design, Logo animation, Supporting Graphics & Animation for all conferences for two different halls. Films were based on the theme of the conferences.

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  3. Brian Gallant, the freshly elected premier of New Brunswick, wasted no time after taking office on October 7 to plan a trip west. Two weeks after being sworn in as his province’s 33rd premier, Gallant stepped off a plane in Calgary, and made a visit to TransCanada’s downtown headquarters.

    Gallant toured our state-of-the-art Control Centre, which monitors activity across TransCanada’s 70,000-km pipeline networks to ensure the safe movement of oil and gas throughout North America. The premier was also looking to the future, and all the proposed Energy East Pipeline project promises for his home province.

    “The Energy East Pipeline is a great opportunity for us to give some more momentum not only to that industry but to the New Brunswick economy in general,” Gallant noted. “The infrastructure investment alone will help stimulate the economy, which is something that we definitely want to see happen in the short term. In the long term, it is going to help sustain, maintain and even improve an industry that is very important to New Brunswick.”

    Energy East would see the conversion of about 3,000 km of gas pipeline in order to carry oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan toward Eastern Canada. An additional 1,400 km of new pipeline would be built starting near the Ontario-Quebec border to bring that crude to two refineries and a shipping terminal in Quebec, and to a third refinery and another marine terminal in Saint John, NB.

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  5. Family Business. Short film comedy, written and directed by Corry Raymond.

    The story is centered around a man attempting to charm the fortune from his sick & wealthy Uncle Reg before becoming bankrupt in the process.
    It was shot on the C100 using Zeiss Prime lenses (the 35 & 50) and using a HDMI out into the Atmos Ninja 2. I did my own cinematography and if you look closely I tried to keep a continuity of shots in the way a character is seen. The opening shot is referenced in various 'establishers' later on (such as the lounge scene) to jog the audiences' memory to the opening shot.

    To reach festival criteria the film was edited to be as close to 3 mins as possible (final length 2:58) but I feel the end shot should feel like a quick punch and then cut to black.

    My main influence is Woody Allen to which the style is attributed to. The opening song was an original piece written for my film- I wanted something jazzy with a Soprano Sax (not quite Woody Allen's clarinet but I prefer the sound of the Sax). A small bit of trivia, the Saxaphone player is Paul Raymond, my dad, which helped contribute to the 'family business' feel.

    The lead is played by Peter T Cutler who also features as the antagonist for my internet mini series Professor:
    Professor - Online Mini-Series

    Peter T Cutler
    Grace Gallop
    John Crockford-Hawley

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