1. Arthur's Incredible Transformation!

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    Arthur Boorman was a disabled veteran of the Gulf War for 15 years, and was told by his doctors that he would never be able to walk on his own ever again. He stumbled upon an article about Diamond Dallas Page doing Yoga and the rest is history. For more information visit http://www.ddpyoga.com

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    • Be Near Me

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      A short love story in 1 minute 20 seconds based on a Tennyson poem. Director: John X. Carey www.johnxcarey.com Narrator : Tom O'Bedlam -- youtube/SpokenVerse Based On : In Memoriam by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Producers : JOHN X. CAREY, JORGE GARDUNO, PAVAN OJAH. Director of Photography : JUSTIN GURNARI Production Designer/Wardrobe/Hair & Makeup : BRITNEY HOPPER-ROBLEDO Colorist : JEREMY SAWYER @ CO3 Winner :: 2011 OnVidi First Place $10K Prize for Drama and Romance.

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      • Good Grief

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        As featured on: Upworthy, Vimeo Staff Picks, Short of the Week, Laughing Squid, The Awesomer, Sopitas and many more... (visit www.goodgrief.tv/press) Good Grief is a short stop motion animated documentary that explores the lessons we learn from dealing with grief and loss. Five real people share their true stories of losing something precious and what it has taught them about living. Made in 2012, Good Grief has screened at 19 festivals worldwide and won numerous awards. Inspired by the loss of her own mother and the grief that ensued, director Fiona Dalwood went about finding out how the experience of loss transforms us. With a shoestring budget and months of hard work, she made Good Grief, a beautiful short film that has been described as “adorable and heartfelt”. Accessible to children and adults alike, it is being used in educational programs as a starting point to discuss the process of grief and what some of the positive outcomes of grief can be. If you like this film please consider contributing to our tip jar - all funds raised will offset the cost of production. Watch Good Grief with French subtitles (Regarder Good Grief avec sous-titres français) http://vimeo.com/91157089 (5 May, 2014) Coming Soon—Spanish subtitles To find out more visit www.goodgrief.tv Keep up to date with news about the film on Facebook www.facebook.com/goodgriefanimation Follow Good Grief on Twitter twitter.com/goodgriefmovie Good Grief on IMDB (We love votes!) www.imdb.com/title/tt2583460/ Email director@goodgrief.tv or producer@goodgrief.tv If you would like to write about the film or have any questions, please get in touch with the film-makers via the emails above. A media kit and photos are available for download on our press page (www.goodgrief.tv/press) Written, directed and animated by Fiona Dalwood (www.fionadalwood.com/about) Produced by Jonno Katz (www.jonnokatz.com) Music by Matthew Nicholson (www.invisibleaudio.com.au) Sound by Livia Ruzic Voice cast (interview subjects): Dan Michael, Alex De Vos, Sarah De Vos, Andrew O'Sullivan, Dana Katz © 2012 VCA School of Film & Television, The University of Melbourne, Australia (vca.unimelb.edu.au/ftv) Good Grief has screened at the following festivals: - Official Selection: ECU The European Independent Film Festival (April 2014, Paris, France) - Official Selection: Tricky Women (March 2014, Vienna, Austria) - Official Selection: Made in Melbourne Film Festival (November 2013, Melbourne, Australia) - Official Selection: Animpact (November 2013, Korea/Japan/China) - Official Selection: Clare Valley Film Festival (November 2013, South Australia, Australia) - Official Selection: London International Animation Festival (October 2013, London, UK) - Official Selection: Dok Leipzig (November 2013, Germany) - Official Selection: Anim'Est (November 2013, Bucharest, Romania) - Official Selection: Cut Out Fest (November 2013, Mexico) - Official Selection: Canberra Short Film Festival (September 2013, Canberra, Australia) - Official Selection: Animanima (September 2013, Cacak, Serbia) - Official Selection: Just People/Chalice Films for Change (July 2013, Melbourne, Australia) - Official Selection: Heart of Gold Film Festival (July 2013, Gympie, QLD, Australia) - Official selection: Melbourne International Animation Festival (June 2013, Melbourne, Australia) - Official Selection: Warburton Film Festival 'Show Us Your Shorts' (June 2013, Warburton, Victoria, Australia) - Official Selection: Brooklyn Film Festival (May-June 2013, United States of America) - Official Selection: St Kilda Film Festival (May 2013, Melbourne, Australia) - Official Selection: Mo&Friese Children's ShortFilmFestival, as part of the International ShortFilmFestival Hamburg (June 2013, Hamburg, Germany) - Official selection: Australian International Animation Festival (May 2013, Australia) - Participation by Invitation: Berlinale Online Short Film Cloud 2013 (Feb 2013, Berlin, Germany) Good Grief has been recognised with the following awards and nominations… - Winner: Best Australian Student Film, Clare Valley Film Festival 2013 - Nominee: ATOM Awards 2013 - Best Tertiary Animation - Highly Commended: Melbourne International Animation Festival 2013 - Winner: Senior Commendation Award (2013 Warburton Film Festival Show Us Your Shorts, Warburton, Victoria Australia) - Nominee: BEST STUDENT FILM 2013 (Australian Directors Guild Awards) - Winner: Best Masters Animation 2012 (Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne Australia) - Winner: Orloff Family Charitable Trust Script Award 2012 (Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne Australia)

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        • Jon Gabriel - The Gabriel Method

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          Grant Lewers invites author of The Gabriel Method, Jon Gabriel, into The Room Live for an in-depth discussion about his unique and successful weight-loss method. Jon Gabriel has a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. While there, he also pursued extensive coursework in biochemistry and performed research for the internationally recognized biochemist Dr. Jose Rabinowitz. In 1990 Jon started gaining weight for no apparent reason. He tried every diet and program he could to lose weight but in the end, he just kept gaining. The more he dieted, the more he gained.The situation became critical in mid 2001 when he became morbidly obese and reached a weight of over 400 pounds (182 kilos). On September 11, 2001 he was scheduled to fly from Newark to San Francisco and it was only by a fluke of fate that he was not on the United Airlines flight 93 that was hijacked by terrorists. This event, as well as some equally life changing events that occurred in the weeks following 9/11 affected him deeply. It was this wake up call that made him realize life was precious opportunity not to be wasted.He decided to start "living the life of his dreams". He also decided to apply all of his research skills and scientific background toward understanding and eliminating the real reasons he was fat.The result is arguably one of the most remarkable physical transformations of all time. Jon lost over 225 pounds (103 kilos) without dieting and without surgery. Amazingly, his body shows almost no signs of ever being overweight at all - a fact that has astounded many professionals in the medical community.

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          • remember

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            Director / Editor / Eliot Rausch Producer / Preston Lee Executive Producer / Phyllis Koenig + Mark Schwartz Young Boy / Jonathan Woolsey Young Girl /  Caitland Woolsey Cinematography / Chayse Irvin 1st AC / Jake Bianco Steadicam / Brandon Whiteside Line Producer / Adam Litt Location Scout / Jeff McSpadden Composer / Adam Taylor An Über Content Production Special Thanks Jim Roudebush @ Panavision Richard Pilla & Tony Blue @ Paskal Lighting Funk Brothers Help end Alzheimer's @ www.alz.org

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            • quicksand

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              An elderly gentleman attempts to retrieve forgotten memories while battling the progression and regression of the cycles of life. — A week prior to his passing, my grandfather shared with me his former aspirations of becoming a filmmaker. After numerous hardships, a narrow escape from the Nazis and an immigration to the US, the dream slowly, but surely, faded away. After his passing, I uncovered an archival trove of dust-covered 8mm film that had seemingly not been viewed by anyone for at least a generation. Mesmerized, what unfolded before me was something most people, myself included, have never witnessed before: the development and utter decline of the human body and mind. Motivated by my grandfather's unfulfilled dreams of filmmaking, I decided to piece together a film that he had already unwittingly made. quicksand is not only a personal tribute to my grandfather or father, but to anyone that has ever experienced loss. Whether it be a loss of a loved one, or a loss of memories, quicksand embodies the enigma of life and death. — Exhibited at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC Nationally Televised: Distributed via PBS stations nationwide Winner: "Special Jury Prize" - Las Vegas Film Festival Winner: “Finalist & Scholarship Recipient” – Heartland Film Festival Winner: "Finalist" - YoungArts Cinematic Competition Winner: "Best Student Film" - Fort Lauderdale Int'l Film Festival Winner: "Award of Excellence" - Best Shorts Competition Official Selection: Seattle International Film Festival Official Selection: Woodstock Film Festival Official Selection: DOC NYC Festival Official Selection: National Film Festival ~ Talented Youth (NFFTY) Official Selection: Sidewalk Film Festival Official Selection: Fresh Takes Nat'l Youth Film Festival Official Selection: Great Lakes Int'l Film Festival Official Selection: Yonkers Film Festival Official Selection: Indie Fest USA Int’l Festival Official Selection: Los Angeles Indie Film Festival Official Selection: San Pedro Int'l Film Festival Official Selection: Lovvet Film Festival Official Selection: Short of the Week Honorable Mention: Los Angeles Movie Awards — "It’s truly an inspiring piece of work, effortlessly illustrating the very stuff that makes us human in the first place—our connections to those whom we love." - Ivan Kander (of Short of the Week); http://bit.ly/17VXfm9 — imdb.com/title/tt2807940/ http://lanceoppenheim.com — Director/Cinematographer/Editor: Lance Oppenheim Producer: The Opp-Guide Featuring: Roy Oppenheim & Walter Oppenheim Music: Jóhann Jóhannsson, Sigur Rós & Maxence Cyrin Post-Production Design: J.D. Aronson & Melissa Oppenheim Special Thanks: The Oppenheim & Pilelsky Families, and GenerationOn Released: 2/27/13 Shot on the Canon T3i

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              • Margo Lily

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                A couple is determined to plant a tree in the middle of winter following the loss of their child. *This is the 2nd short we've been lucky enough to direct together. This was the first: vimeo.com/47946872 Starring: Aaron Poole (twitter.com/torontoaaron) & Rachel Wilson (twitter.com/@Rachel_Wilson1) Writers/Directors: Dane Clark (twitter.com/@imdaneclark) & Linsey Stewart (twitter.com/@mellamolinsey) Producers: Mike MacMillan (twitter.com/@LithiumStudios) & Jordan Gross (twitter.com/@thejordangross) Cinematographer: Daniel Grant (vimeo.com/57653057) Editor: Jonathan Eagan (twitter.com/ego_tweets) Music: October's Coming by Will Driving West (iTunes: http://bit.ly/1dPHgfX) (twitter.com/willdrivingwest) Sound By: Sean Van Delft and Post City Sound (twitter.com/PostCitySound) Production Designer: Caroline Pandeli (twitter.com/CarolinePandeli) Color: Jason Zukowski @ Notch (facebook.com/notchcolour) We Love You, Internet! *Short Of The Week! - shortoftheweek.com/2013/09/16/margo-lily/ *Vimeo Staff Pick. OMG. *NSI A&E Award For Best Film - http://bit.ly/1aQ3tTm Film Festivals *Cannes /Telefilm - Not Short On Talent 2012 - http://bit.ly/IEdP1s *Worldwide Short Film Festival (2012) *Calgary International Film Festival (2012) *Atlantic Film Festival (2012) *Couch Fest Films (2012) (Best Cameo Award) Pages: facebook.com/MargoLily imdb.com/title/tt2321409/ email us: longbranchmovie@gmail.com

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                • Bald Spot

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                  V'hayah im shamo'a tish'm'u el mitz'votai asher anokhi m'tzaveh et'khem hayom l'ahavah et Adonai Eloheikhem ul'av'do b'khol l'vav'khem uv'khol naf'sh'khem V'natati m'tar ar'tz'khem b'ito yoreh umal'kosh v'asaf'ta d'ganekha v'tirosh'kha v'yitz'harekha. -Prayer for hair, Deuteronomy 11:13-21

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                  • Alone in Iceland

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                    Best viewed in HD & Full-screen with sound. Alone, I drove almost 3.500Km, hiked around 100km, met lots of people and have seen unbelievable landscapes. Putting those 19 days in four minutes and a half was the most difficult part. Travelling to Iceland is an overwhelming life experience, and I definitely want to come back. Gear: - Canon 7D - Canon 17-55mm 2.8 - Canon 50mm 1.4 - GoPro Hero 3 (only used in the car shots) Music: God is an Astronaut - Loss Special Thanks to: Joe Capra (The Midnight Sun), Klara Harden (Made in Iceland) and Eric Hines (Expedition Iceland) for inspiring me with their work. Michael Levy for the International Photographer's Map (Indispensable for this trip http://www.international-photographer.com/maps/iceland/ ). Isabela Ramos for the HUGE help in Providence (Valeu Tutu). Fred Ekblad for the help in Laugavegurinn (I want to see your shots, man). And all the friendliest people of Iceland.

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                    • Pussy

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