1. OM_MMT_2014_15_Alissa_Ooms

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    Dit is een one minute stop motion filmpje gemaakt in opdracht van het OLOD Multimediatechnologie. Het filmpje is gemaakt met behulp van Photoshop CS6 en Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015. Dank aan: Charlotte Van Schepdael Celine Roelandt

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    • What You Can Do - Green Your Summer BBQ

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      Learn how you can still have a blast at your next summer BBQ and make it environmentally friendly, even if you only have one minute! For more information on What You Can Do, please visit: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/whatyoucando Twitter - www.Twitter.com/whatyoucando Website - www.whatyoucando.com Blog - www.whatyoucandoseries.blogspot.com Vlog - www.youtube.com/unstoppableminute.com Pinterest - www.pinterest.com/1minette For more information on On the Leesh Productions, please visit: Website - http://www.ontheleesh.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ontheleesh Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ontheleesh Blog - http://www.ontheleesh.blogspot.com

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      • Greyrock Trail - In A Colorado Minute (Week 272)

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        --- http://MovingPostcard.com --- The Greyrock Trail (off Poudre Canyon Road aka Highway 14) is a slightly challenging and very rewarding hiking trail up to Greyrock Mountain in the Laramie Mountains Range of the Rocky Mountains. To cover the 2,040 feet of elevation to the 7,600-feet summit of Greyrock Mountain, you can choose between two trails: Greyrock Meadows Trail (3.79 miles) and Greyrock Summit Trail (2.80 miles). Greyrock Summit Trail is the steeper and more interesting trail that I took while shooting this video. Both trails meet again at the base of Greyrock, after which the remaining 1/2 mile is a more rocky terrain that may require your hands to help you get up to the summit, discover the small lake at the top and enjoy the view of snow-covered peaks of the Rocky Mountains and the High Plains. The day I hiked up there was appropriately grey with a constant threat of thunderstorms. Everyone who had passed me while I was stopping to shoot my video along the way, eventually passed me again as they descended, including the two very kind Park Rangers. So when Whiskey and I had made it onto Greyrock itself and I believed to be only about 10 or 15 minutes from the summit, the rain, sudden big wind gusts, and thunder above, convinced me to turn back around and try to get us to a safer spot quickly. I decided I would just come back on another, clearer day to explore and record the summit and the view. It wasn't until today, as I was doing some research to write this post, that I realized (via a post on http://http://www.summitpost.org) I most likely had taken a wrong turn on the rock where the trail is not very visible anymore and had ended up on the dead-end ledge, which conveniently overlooks Laporte, Fort Collins and part of Horsetooth Reservoir (as you can see in the end of the video). Now I'm even more convinced I made the right choice to turn back around and make another attempt to reach the summit in the near future. In the video you will see my dog Whiskey cooling off in the stream that runs along a good portion of the Summit Trail. However, it is advised to not let your dog drink that water due to possible presence of Giardia bacteria. Please bring your own source of water for your dog as I did. And hopefully your dog isn't as much of a nature snob that she insists on drinking the local mountain water. Another thing I'd like to point out that may already be obvious from the video: these forests seem to catch fire easily because Colorado is usually rather dry. So please be very aware of not doing anything that might cause a fire. Last but not least, I highly recommend hiking this very popular trail at this time of year because of all the wildflowers! Just get there early so you can claim one of the parking spots. The song in this video is called “Acoustic Blues” and was written and performed by Jason Shaw (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/jason_shaw), who made this song available via the CC BY 3.0 license. Thank you, Jason! For links to more information about this hike, please visit http://MovingPostcard.com Personal blog: http://goodhardworkingpeople.blogspot.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovingPostcard Twitter: http://twitter.com/luciwest Flickr: http://flickr.com/luciwest Google+: http://google.com/+MovingPostcard YouTube: http://youtube.com/GNYBerlin YouTube: http://youtube.com/LuciWest Tumblr: http://luciwest.tumblr.com Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/LuciWest Instagram: http://Instagram.com/LuciWest Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/LuciWest

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        • Trailer One Minute Activist!

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          The One Minutes Series of August is called ‘One Minute Activist!’ and is curated by Nienke Eijsink. By way of The One Minutes, filmmaker Nienke Eijsink had a message sent to artist and filmmakers, asking them to use their talent to give their One Minute of fame to someone who needs to be heard or something that they think the world needs to see. Films were submitted to her, from all parts of the world. A six-year-old girl showing her talent to own bread serving as a plea for India to win an Olympic medal in gymnastics and a shelf stocker stripping for higher wages to executives. Participating artists: Sandeep Chugh Adriana Mendoza Claudia Lisboa Laura d'Ors Esma Achlioui Clare Herbert Kazim Ali Aqilah Paul Haars Atelier Yuri Veerman Nienke Eijsink Tara Fallaux and Stijn Ghijsen David Djindjikhachvili Mawdo Keita Sunil Nath Alite Thijsen Adela Demetja Robin Kolleman Carole Maloba Evelien de Jong Tammuz Binshtock Ineke Bakker

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          • Open Call: 'Nyau Cinema' by Samson Kambalu

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            Send in your One Minute using the rules of Nyau Cinema. Deadline 1 September 2015. theoneminutes.org/participate Kambalu’s psychogeographical Nyau Cinema is a series of playful site-specific performances, ‘rants’, presented as film clip interventions on various social networking sites online and in specially designed film booths and cinema installations. He has recently won research fellowships based on his film and research interests with Yale University and the Smithsonian Institution. Nyau Cinema approaches film as a sovereign activity. Making film becomes a way of escaping the limitations and conventions of everyday life, where the self is playfully re-conceived as part a larger scheme of things. Nyau is a Chewa word for ‘excess’. Nyau Cinema: The Rules 1. Nyau film must be conceived as a clip no longer than a minute. 2. Performance should be spontaneous and site/specific to found architecture, landscape, or object. 3. There must always be a conversation between performance and the medium of film. 5. Costume must be from everyday life. 6. Acting must be subtle but otherworldly, transgressive, and playful. 7. Editing must be limited to the aesthetics of primitive film and silent cinema. 8. Audio must be used sparingly, otherwise it must be performed live at film screenings. 9. Screening of a Nyau film must be in specially designed cinema booths or improvised cinema installations that compliment the spirit of the film. 10. Nyau Cinema must encourage active participation from audience. Samson Kambalu 26.8.13

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            • Laramie (Wyoming 125th Anniversary) - In Another Minute (Week 271)

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              --- http://MovingPostcard.com --- Today is Wyoming's 125 anniversary! On July 10, 1890, this wild west land received its statehood. What better day to publish the video I shot of the picturesque and authentic town of Laramie, Wyoming, this week? Congratulations, Wyoming! Laramie is only about an hour north of Fort Collins, via an easy and beautiful drive up Highway 287. I enjoyed roaming and filming the downtown area so much - with its buildings dating back all the way to 1869, cowboy culture, delicious food (Jeffrey's Bistro on the corner of Ivinson and N. 2nd), authentic old-timey bars (The Old Buckhorn Bar and Parlor on Ivinson is actually on the State Register of Historic Places!), and incredibly friendly people - that I'm sure to head back up there more often. Oh, and can I just gush about the trains and train tracks? Just seeing the words Union Pacific let's my imagination roam... Laramie is the seat of the only 4-year university of Wyoming, which may be one of the reasons why old Western culture and modern alternative culture co-exist. It has an interesting history including stories of Western heroes and villains, first women voters and jury members. More recently, it also became known internationally as the place where Matthew Shepard was murdered. While since moving to Colorado, I have learned of the theory that he was not killed because he was gay but because of dealing crystal meth, I would like to focus mostly on the fact that his tragedy was a catalyst for positive awareness and change regarding how mainstream society views and deals with LGBT culture and people. Sometimes good things come from dark events. I sincerely hope that no one I captured in this video will be offended by being in the video. If you are, please let me know and I'll replace that shot. Soon, I will publish a post on my personal blog with photos from Laramie, especially because I captured a lot more than could fit into this 1-minute video. But right now I'm going to put on my brand-new "Get your beaver buckin'" (featuring a rodeo girl riding a big beaver, oh yes) to celebrate 75 years of Jubilee Days and 125 years of Wyoming Statehood. Whee-haaaw!!! The song in this video is called "Tennessee Hayride” and was written and performed by Jason Shaw, who made this song available via the CC BY 3.0 license. Thank you, Jason, for all your excellent music! http://freemusicarchive.org/music/jason_shaw If you want to see more of Wyoming, please check out these previous Moving Postcard episodes: Devils Tower aka Bear Lodge (Wyoming) – In Another Minute (Week 228) http://movingpostcard.com/devils-tower/ Vedauwoo, Wyoming – In Another Minute (Week 210) http://movingpostcard.com/vedauwoo-wyoming/ Tri-State Marker (Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska) – In A Colorado Minute (Week 259) http://movingpostcard.com/tri-state-marker/ For links to more information, please visit http://MovingPostcard.com Personal blog: http://goodhardworkingpeople.blogspot.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovingPostcard Twitter: http://twitter.com/luciwest Flickr: http://flickr.com/luciwest Google+: http://google.com/+MovingPostcard YouTube: http://youtube.com/GNYBerlin YouTube: http://youtube.com/LuciWest Tumblr: http://luciwest.tumblr.com Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/LuciWest Instagram: http://Instagram.com/LuciWest Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/LuciWest

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              • Lighting giants

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                In the video you can see the Lighting giants, a bunch of shipyard cranes decorated with led lights in my hometown Pula,Croatia. As you can see, they change color and it is very interesting to watch. Recorded with HTC Desire 610.

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                • the Jump (A Plushie Film)

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                  A 1 minute film about a stuffed animal who believed they could fly. Mildly disturbing humor. User Discretion Advised. Just Kidding.

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                  • Tiger Lily Time-Lapse - In A Colorado Minute (Week 269)

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                    --- http://MovingPostcard.com --- This week, the tiger lilies in my backyard are in full bloom. Every morning, all the blooms start off closed and then open over the course of a little less than 3 hours. In the evening, they close again. In celebration of the beginning of summer and the joy of flowers, I put together this tiger lily time-lapse video for you. The featured song is the instrumental version of “A Song” by Josh Woodward (http://www.joshwoodward.com). This song is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 US License. Thank you, Josh! For links to more information, please visit http://MovingPostcard.com Personal blog: http://goodhardworkingpeople.blogspot.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovingPostcard Twitter: http://twitter.com/luciwest Flickr: http://flickr.com/luciwest Google+: http://google.com/+MovingPostcard YouTube: http://youtube.com/GNYBerlin YouTube: http://youtube.com/LuciWest Tumblr: http://luciwest.tumblr.com Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/LuciWest Instagram: http://Instagram.com/LuciWest Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/LuciWest

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