1. The Least Damnedest Thing (2010) Feature Film


    from Mark Deere / Added

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    Free independent Australian feature film - THE LEAST DAMNEDEST THING (2010). Budget: Approx. $500 US Directed by: Mark Deere Produced by: Candice Deere and Mark Deere Written by: Candice Deere and Mark Deere a SMALL TOWN MOVIE STUFF Production Starring: Aaron Millard, Candice Deere With: Megan VanderValk, Bon Hlaing, James Banting Shot by: Mark Deere Edited by: Candice Deere Running Time: 83 mins Synopsis: Harvey has two things to do today: apply for a new job and go to his friend’s wedding. The only problem is, Harvey’s friends have their own plans for him and he is suddenly bombarded with requests for favours. As the day goes on, Harvey begins to learn that even the simplest things are impossible to do when you try to please everyone. For more info, visit smalltownmoviestuff.com ...thanks for watching! If you enjoy the movie, we'd love for you to tell your friends about it!

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    • Scenes In My Head


      from Theo Taylor / Added

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      Spending the weekend at his estranged friend Hadley's family home, Chris is plunged into paranoia. Ostensibly there to commiserate with Hadley over a recent breakup, Chris finds his friend bent instead on revelry and indulgence - and is unable to shake the suspicion that Hadley may have designs on Lucy, whom Chris has inadvisedly brought with him. Against the scenic backdrop of Lake Tarawera, Chris finds himself pulled between concern for Hadley's emotional state and a wave of possessiveness over his girlfriend. Shot in two weeks, with bulk of it edited in three, with no budget and only a rough outline of a script, Scenes In My Head is in many ways an homage to such indapendant filmmakers as John Cassavetes and Kelly Reichardt - with an emphasis on performance rather than production values to tell a story. It also draws on the rich body of work produced by Aro Valley Digital, the filmmakers of which have a similar ethos. Although based on real events, the film was mostly improvised and the actors were given almost free reign to interpret and recreate the characters for themselves. The result is a low-fi drama in which the tension is ever-present yet never overstated. Contrasted with it's grand setting, Scenes is a gentle story about friendship, paranoia and loss. Scenes In My Head, Taylor's first feature film, was first screened in April 2013 at People's Cinema in Wellington, with it's official premiere at the New Zealand International Film Festival in August. For more information: facebook.com/pages/Scenes-In-My-Head/121307384744790 And for an interview with Theo Taylor about the film: lumiere.net.nz/index.php/scenes-in-my-head/

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      • SPARC-ACRL Forum '08


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        The SPARC-ACRL Forum at ALA '08 entitled "Working with the Facebook generation: Engaging students views on access to scholarship." Panelists discuss the merits of student activism, patent reform, blogs as a communication medium for scientists, and students as active members of a discussion about the right to access information for scholarly work. Features Andre Brown, Nelson Pavlosky, Stephanie Wang, and Kimberly Douglas as panelists. This was great practice producing and shooting a live event. As you can see by the massive grain, there's a good reason why you should try to avoid boosting the gain whenever possible with an HD camera: it obliterates the image quality. Recorded 12 January, 2008 at the Pennyslvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. Also check out the joke reel for this trip: http://www.vimeo.com/622791 [ Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License ] http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/

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        • The Lionshare (2009)


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          Nick (Mike Pantozzi) gets his girls the same way he gets his music: online. On a first date, Eva (Jessi Kneeland) invites him to an exclusive filesharing community called 'The Lionshare'. From there, Nick's own creative frustration fuels his consumption of pirated music and other media while he produces nothing of his own. Eventually, he finds inspiration in the unlikeliest of places. http://www.lionsharemovie.com http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1502421/ NOW ON DVD! lionsharemovie.com/dvd

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          • Da nessuna parte


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            Prendete uno squarcio della provincia più cupa e pesante che vi viene in mente, prendete quattro stronzi amanti della birra che vorrebbero uscirne con un camper recuperato chissà come, date loro una bocca con cui produrre stronzate e finissime analisi filosofiche in un linguaggio che, a metà tra l'ita liano e un sardo mutilato, vi riempirà le orecchie di genuina volgarità da bar e avrete questo film... Puoi scaricare il film anche all'indirizzo http://www.quadratinopericoloso.net/progetto/da-nessuna-parte

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            • Sermon: "Is it Depraved & Deprived or Great Gain?"


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              Sermon: "Is it Depraved & Deprived or Great Gain?" From: Heartland Bible Chapel | www.HeartlandBible.com | On: Feb. 13th 2011 By: Pastor Thom Rittichier Heartland Bible Chapel is a group of believers who trust the Bible as the sufficient Word of God. We recognize the Bible as providing everything needed for a life that goes God’s way. The Chapel has a Biblical Counseling ministry that helps Christians grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ and His Word and provides God’s direction for a person’s individual struggles. If you are interested in Biblical counseling, please contact our counseling co-coordinator at counseling@heartlandbible.com.

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              • The Kingdom: Created for a purpose.


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                In this video, Minister Charles Jones continues the series on the Kingdom. In this message he speaks about the importance of a creation fulfilling its intended purpose. He explains how the the intended purpose of a created thing is always in the mind of the creator. And when a product is not working correctly that it should be sent back to the manufacturer to be restored to its intended condition and function. Filmed September 30, 2009 at City of Truth Christian Faith Center in Lancaster, California.

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                • Hill Country Revue at Summer Camp 2009 5-22-09


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                  Filmed with a Canon HV20, audio was recorded using a Rode SVM. I had to lower the bitrate quite a bit to keep this video under 500mb which makes it look a little "blocky" but still very watchable. Enjoy

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                  • Il Tibet Occidentale di Tucci 70 anni dopo (beta)


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                    70 years after professor G: Tucci 1933 expedition to Western Tibet, we followed his footsteps using his books, photos and old films to record on our cameras how things have changed. One surprise after the other our successful expedition is exposed in this documentary. (c) 2007-2012, capetoste srl

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                    • Conmemoracion, Memorial 2008


                      from jehu Garcia / Added

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                      March 22, Rancho Cucamonga Middle School gym. Victoria Park Spanish, and Bellavista. Shot with my HV20 about 80 feet away mounted on light tripod.

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