1. Locking Gazes - figment three


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    An excerpt from Locking Gazes. Locking Gazes is the faded memory figment of someone never born.

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    • Solar Bears 'Supermigration' film


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      Solar Bears - Supermigration (Planet Mu : ZIQ334 : April 15th) http://www.planet.mu/discography/ziq334 Film directed by Michael Robinson Features the following tracks from Supermigration A Sky Darkly Our Future Is Underground Happiness Is A Warm Spacestation Rainbow Collision You And Me (Subterranean Cycles) Michael thanks: Adrian & Anela, Caleb, Jim & Al, Mary Pat, Gary & Jerry, Stephen, Attila & Dave, Nancy & Red, Martha, Hanna from Revolog, Spectrum Glass, Lynn at Rainbow Vision SG, and the folks at Spectra Film and Video.

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      • Locking Gazes - figment two


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        An excerpt from Locking Gazes. Locking Gazes is the faded memory figment of someone never born.

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        • Locking Gazes - figment one


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          An excerpt from Locking Gazes Locking Gazes is the faded memory figment of someone never born.

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          • DMTV trailer - Floating World Animation Fest, Show Cave, Feb. 19th 2011


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            Floating World Animation Festival 2010 presents: DMTV – We’ve dug even deeper into the vaults of psychedelic animation to curate a heroic dose of visionary video art for this year’s animation fest. For our fourth annual animation fest it was time to focus on what we liked best from previous shows and continue to seek out films that really embrace the infinite mysteries that resonate with us. The result is DMTV, a program that goes further into experimental realms of video art and abstract visuals. Rounding out the evening are two of my favorite local bands, Atole and Nice Nice who will perform with live visuals mixed by e*Rock and Yoshi Sodeoka. Highlights of this year’s program include: Travel, aka The Trip (1973) – Kihachiro Kawamoto studied puppet animation in Prague in 1963 before going on to create his own haunting puppet and cut-out animations drawing from his own Japanese heritage. Travel depicts the journey of a young girl into the Dali-esque landscape of her own psyche. Apeiron (1996) – Eurico Coelho depicts a modern technological labyrinth where society has surrendered to the cold lamps of their computer screens. The entirety of this ten minute film was animated on a Commodore Amiga 4000, giving the film a completely fresh aesthetic that has outlived the technology with which it was created. The Peace Tape (2008) – With a title hearkening back to the analog era, The Peace Tape is a frenetic remix of old and new "found" video. Culling his sources from thrift stores (countless straight-to-VHS childrens' programs), the Internet (a single YouTube clip featuring "dog in a dog costume"), and his own designs (flash animation of eyes and mouths, subliminal flickers of text), Ciocci concentrates hours of light entertainment into a dense, four-minute block. Saved from total sensory overload by the musical logic of Extreme Animals' "A Better Way," The Peace Tape is cryptic, hypnotic (and above all), empathetic. "Culture is out of control," Ciocci explains, "but it is ok." Whose Toes (2009) – Barry Doupé’s films are as surreal as any Lynch or Jodorowsky movie, but with an added level of weirdness because they are rendered with Sims-like polygon graphics. Showcasing the late Princess Diana and JFK as its main characters, we are invited to return to past events that have caused discomfort, and to re-imagine a misstep in time. The Unclothed Man in the 35th Century A.D (2009) – This original animated web series is based on graphic novelist and comic book artist Dash Shaw's latest book of the same title. Shaw's animation has been widely praised for its eclectic style, innovative design and emotional depth.

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            • Bushmills ident


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              Agency Republic Bushmills ident. I wrote the music for this. Doing my bit to introduce dubstep to the USA.

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              • Digital Detective: Hard Drive Forensics


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                A certified computer forensic examiner describes his process to recover hard drive data for legal investigation. This film is Copyright 2009 by Colin Heichman. All rights reserved.

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                • Michael Robinson defines six forms of fee interest or estate in land transfers known as Deeds


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                  Lawyer Michael Robinson defines six forms of fee interest or estate in land transfers known as Deeds or warranty deeds

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                  • Warm Up and Testing


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                    warm up: ladders prone routine scapula routine internal / external rotator platform warm up hang cleans testing 2x4x6 testing 7x7

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                    • 6/1/14 - Perfect Love Expels All - Speaker: Michael Robinson


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                      Life is sometimes hard, difficult, draining. This message will help us remember the kind of life that overcomes!

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