1. Playground (2010)


    from Mark Kuczewski / Added

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    When Kate hitchhikes a lift with a strange man named Gordon, would she have any idea of the night that lay ahead of her. Buy a copy from: https://indieflix.com/film/playground-31777/ Screenings: BKSTS London BFI Birmingham Arts Fest Golden Knight International Film Festival (Nominated) Lewiston Auburn Film Festival BBC Film Network

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    • Still Life


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      5,188 Plays / / 75 Comments

      How will you be remembered? I made this short film mainly for Memorial day which is quickly approaching.

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      • Toulouse en drone


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        Un exemple de quelques monuments Toulousain réalisé avec notre drone en catégorie S3 pour la ville. Hôtel-Dieu Chapelle de la Grave, Le pont Saint Pierre Le pont-Neuf La Basilique de la Daurade Pont des Catalans Le Stadium

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        • Graveside Hawaii


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          After hearing about the unfortunate end to the first few editions of the Graveside project in Hawaii, we had to see what was going to be the next step for these die hard skateboarders... This is what we found. Graveside, October 2011 Video: Roadie

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          • Heavy Object


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            AnimSchool Term 2 Assignment.

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            • Tub Jump


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              A not so athletic jump from Mr. Tub. "Tub" Rig Provided by AnimSchool.

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              • Souls of Zen - Buddhism, Ancestors, and the 2011 Tsunami in Japan: Trailer #1


                from Jakob Montrasio / Added

                If you are interested to show Souls of Zen at your film festival or want us to submit it, do not hesitate to contact us. English and German versions are available. http://www.soulsofzen.com/contact/ Souls of Zen - Buddhism, Ancestors, and the 2011 Tsunami in Japan Produced by m&r Kreativ GmbH, with generous support by Heidelberg University Runtime: 89 minutes, Format: 1080p, 16:9 HD, Color Synopsis: The documentary “Souls of Zen – Buddhism, Ancestors, and the 2011 Tsunami in Japan” presents perspectives on Buddhism as practiced by clergy, lay adherents, and families in Japan by drawing on ethnographic fieldwork on the daily life of Buddhist temples, monastic education, prayer practice, mortuary rituals, and Japan’s tradition of ancestor veneration in the wake of 3/11. From March to December 2011, Tim Graf and Jakob Montrasio filmed invaluable footage of the greatest religious mobilization in Japan´s postwar history. This film is the only documentary based on sustained attention to the everyday lives of Buddhist professionals in the disaster zone. In an ethnographic journey from Tokyo to the hardest-hit prefectures (among other regions in Japan) Souls of Zen covers insights and opinions from scholars, clergy, and lay adherents with a focus on Soto Zen and Jodo Pure Land Buddhism. The filmmakers visited rural graveyards, urban temples, modern funeral halls, prayer monasteries, and public festivals to deliver a detailed account on Buddhism in the midst of Japan´s recovery from the triple disasters. The unfamiliar institutional, doctrinal, and psychological challenges Buddhist clergy are facing in the wake of 3/11 form a focal point of the film. These challenges will be discussed in context of long-standing Buddhist traditions, ritual innovations, and religious responses to the March 11, 2011 disaster in Japan. The film intends to re-evaluate the complex role of Buddhism in a society struggling with the sudden impact of catastrophic disasters that exacerbate and otherwise alter continuing dilemmas occasioned by demographic change and religious pluralism.

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                • AIN'T NO GRAVE - Johnny Cash


                  from Bassem Nagy / Added

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                  There ain't no grave that can hold my body down. There ain't no grave can hold my body down. When I hear that trumpet sound I'm gonna rise right outta the ground aint' no grave that can hold my body down. Well look way down the river and what do you think I see? I see a band of angels and they're coming after me. There ain't no grave that can hold my body down. There ain't no grave can hold my body down. Well look down yonder Gabriel put your feet on the land and sea. But Gabriel don't you blow your trumpet 'til you hear from me. There ain't no grave that can hold my body down ain't no grave can hold my body down. Well meet me Jesus meet me meet me in the middle of the air and if these wings don't fail me, I will meet you anywhere. There ain't no grave that can hold my body down. There ain't no grave can hold my body down. Well meet me mother and father meet me down a river road and mama you know that I'll be there when I check in my load. There ain't no grave that can hold my body down There ain't no grave can hold my body down There ain't no grave can hold my body down

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                    Mr steadman is slated for part nine. http://www.vimeo.com/clip:115835 http://www.vimeo.com/clip:115907 http://www.vimeo.com/clip:118551 http://www.vimeo.com/clip:120410 http://www.vimeo.com/clip:121149 http://www.vimeo.com/clip:123431 http://www.vimeo.com/clip:117372

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                    • Grave Digger: "Bad to the Bone"


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                      Set to George Thorogood's "Bad to the Bone," this is a tribute to one of the most legendary monster trucks in competition today, Dennis Anderson's Grave Digger. Born in 1982, with the famous words "I'll take this junk and dig your grave," the Grave Digger quickly gained popularity on the TNT Motorsports tour with Dennis' wild driving style, and the unique appearance of the truck. In 1988, Dennis made the accomplishment of beating Bigfoot (driven by Rich Hooser) on national television at a race in St. Paul. Today, the truck continues to have an immense fan following, appearing at events all over North America and Europe, with an entire fleet of drivers, all sharing the same spectacular style. Grave Digger drivers, past & present: -Dennis Anderson -Charlie Pauken (former Excaliber driver) -Pablo Huffaker (former Jus' Show'n' Off driver) -Gary Porter (former Carolina Crusher driver) -Randy Brown (former Pure Adrenalin driver) -Carl Van Horn -Ricky Ownley -Lyle Hancock -Chad Tingler -Rod Schmidt -Robert Parker Grave Digger championship victories: -1999 USHRA Points Champion (Dennis Anderson) -2000 USHRA World Finals Freestyle Champion (Dennis Anderson) -2002 USHRA Points Champion (Dennis Anderson) -2003 USHRA Points Champion (Randy Brown) -2004 USHRA World Finals Racing Champion (Dennis Anderson) -2006 USHRA World Finals Racing Champion (Dennis Anderson)

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