No Messages is an award-winning Irish short film. A slice-of-life short comedy, it follows Dave, a beleaguered Irish barman, over the course of one long day. As he waits for an important phonecall Dave has to put up with advice from his hungover boss and the pub's irritating regular (aptly named The Cock). But sometimes when you're drifting aimlessly, that much-needed kick up the arse can come when you least expect it. “...like the pilot for a situation comedy that you might actually want to watch. The acting was confident. The jokes were secure.” - Donald Clarke, The Irish Times. Written & Directed by Cian McGarrigle Produced by Eoin Lynch Starring: Rory Connolly, David Murray, Eric Lalor & Lacy Moore Winner: *Best International Short* - Jersey Shore Shorts Festival 2014 *Best Short* - Canada International Film Festival 2013 *Best Acting* - LIT Film Festival 2013 *Best Screenplay* - Underground Cinema Awards 2012 *Best Short Film* (Runner Up) - Waterford Film Festival 2012 Official Selection: *Capital Irish Film Festival 2015* *Jersey Shore Shorts Festival 2014* *ClujShorts International Short Film Festival 2014* *Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2013* *Orlando Film Festival 2013* *Hidden Film Festival Dublin/Toronto 2013* *Fastnet Short Film Festival 2013* *Canada International Film Festival 2013* *Belfast Film Festival 2013* *Berlin Independent Film Festival 2013* *LIT Film Festival 2013* *NYC International Film Festival 2012* *Bronx Independent Film Festival 2012* *Cambridge Film Festival 2012* *Galway Film Fleadh 2012* *Corona Cork Film Festival 2012* *Underground Film Festival 2012* *Waterford Film Festival 2012*+ More details
Rev. Aaron Shaw speaks to the PRTS students at a recent chapel.+ More details
Jack Flinter is skating on thin ice, drifting through life, dealing a bit of hash, drinking and screwing around. His girlfriend has had enough. His friend and partner is strung out, his behaviour unpredictable. Their latest scheme has them in over their heads. As the shit hits the fan, Jack meets Isabelle, a German woman visiting the city. The story takes place over a few days and nights when all Jack’s chickens come home to roost. His life spinning out of control, he has to make a decision - sink or swim. This award-winning film directed by Fintan Connolly has been proclaimed one of the gutsiest films to come out of Ireland in recent years. “Brilliantly taps into the self-aware beat of Dublin today, a youth culture of clubbing, drugs and casual sex” SUNDAY TRIBUNE “an excellent new Irish film - one of the most talked about films of the year” RTE GUIDE “reveals Connolly as a film maker of considerable talent” THE IRISH TIMES “a triumph for local filmmaking” IRISH FILM INSTITUTE “superb” THE SUNDAY TIMES+ More details
Sure, it's not original. Sure, there are thousands of versions of this clip all over youtube. Sure, we're ten years late. But damn this was fun. Warning: Like most rap songs, the music in the background not intended for sensitive ears or the easily offended (contains many bad words)! Warning 2: This video may be offensive to people who LOVE their copier. Here's the original (and best). Office Space: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v90q0ydxMI+ More details
Follow everyone's favorite Detroit-based Community Manager David Murray (@davemurr) as he presents his inspiring, hilarious and Oscar-worthy presentation "Who Want's to be Adopted" at Ignite Lansing on April 17, 2009. Shot with a Flip Mino HD.+ More details
AMIRI BARAKA écriture et lecture DAVID MURRAY composition / direction saxophone ténor clarinette basse BOOTS RILEY MC AAMIL ISLAM skeleton RANZEL MERRIT batterie JAMAALADEEN TACUMA contrebasse LONGINEU PARSONS trompette MINGUS MURRAY guitare THORSTON HUDSON JR. orgue THE DEEP RIVER GOSPEL CHOIR choeur+ More details
A WIP Total Conversion Mod being developed by Team Thinktank of The Illinois Institute of Art - Chicago. Done during the course of 11 weeks, puzzle elements and game-play was the primary focus. In the next 11 weeks, we will be adding to the mod by creating completely custom textures, inserting our own PC mesh, and many other additions to our mod, to give it a unique feel.+ More details
Andrew Cyrille was born in Brooklyn, NY. As well as studying privately, he attended the Juilliard and Hartnett schools of music. He has performed with Jazz artists ranging from Coleman Hawkins, Illinois Jacquet and Mary Lou Williams to Kenny Dorham, Muhal Richard Abrams, Horace Tapscott, John Carter,Mal Waldron and David Murray. In 1964 he formed and association with pianist Cecil Taylor that would last for 11 years. He played drums for many notable dancer-choreogrphers from the mid to late 1960’s. He was artist-residence and teacher at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio from 1971 to 1973. Cyrille has also taught at the Graham Windham Home for Children in New York. He is currently a faculty member at the New School University (formally The New School for Social Research) in New York City. His sterling work has earned him a number of grants and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts and Meet the Composer, including a commission to create a new work for the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Company in 1990. In 1999, he received a Guggenheim Fellowship for composition. Starting in 1969, Cyrille began to organize the first of several percussion groups, including Dialogue of the Drums, Pieces of Time, and Weights and Measures. Some of the distinguished artists who played in these groups were Kenny Clark, Milford Graves, Famoudou Don Moye, Michael Carvin and Obo Addy. Starting in 1988 through the present time, he has toured and performed here and abroad with the renown Russian percussionist, Vladimir Tarasov. In 1975, Cyrille formed a band called Maono (feelings) featuring various instrumental voices determined by his compositions. He is a member of Trio 3 featuring alto saxophonist, Oliver Lake and bassist, Reggie Workman. Also from time to time, he leads another group called Haitian Fascination, playing music inspired by the musical tradition from Haiti. Within the past several years, he has been collaborating and working with musicians such as saxophonist, Archie Shepp, trombonist, Roswell Rudd, trumpeter, Dave Douglas, bassists, Henry Grimes and William Parker, pianists Dave Burrell and Marilyn Crispell, and vibraphonist, Karl Berger. He continues to record and perform with duo, trio, quartet, quintet and big band formations. Performers: Andrew Cyrille, Bob Stewart, Roy Campbell+ More details
This is a video of the April Social Media Club Detroit at the Detroit Public Library where David Murray led a spirited discussion on the future of Detroit, what role social networking has to play in the region, and more.+ More details
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