1. Cassius Promo

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    Dir - Ricky Gibb Dir/ DP - Sam Brill Editor - Ricky Gibb © Ricky Gibb 2010

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    • The Pod (Trailer)

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      The Trailer to Bronto House's first short film, "The Pod." Bronto House is a creative team based out of San Jose, CA.

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      • Introduction

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        Richard Watson discusses his background as a journalist and how he came to the story of the British jihad

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        • CreativeMornings with Richard Watson of Essential

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          Richard Watson of Essential describes his non-linear journey from the dales of Yorkshire (England) to starting a successful entrepreneurial design firm here in Boston, which just celebrated its 10th year in business. This first-ever Boston event was generously hosted by WorkBar Boston (http://workbarboston.com) and sponsored by Essential (http://www.essential-design.com/) ........ ABOUT CREATIVEMORNINGS CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast lecture series for creative types. Each event is free of charge, and includes a 20 minute talk, plus coffee! (creativemornings.com) ........ A big thank you to Igor Kharitonenkov for filming and Marc L. Grubb (http://www.ka-pow-er.com) for running the "B" Cam and editing the talk.

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          • TWIL #108: Richard Watson (The Bookends Scenarios)

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            Going from sssst to pssstt in libraries, the extinction timeline, scenario planning and the library as a place to find yourself. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! thisweekinlibraries.com The Bookends Scenarios: http://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/services/public_libraries/docs/bookendsscenarios.pdf You can also sign up for our newsletter: thisweekinlibraries.com/?page_id=218 Or join in the discussions at our Linkedin group: linkedin.com/groups/This-Week-in-Libraries-3933248

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            • The Origins of the British Jihad

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              Richard Watson discusses the recent history of Islamic fundamentalism in the United Kingdom, from 1995 to the present

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              • What Makes a Terrorist

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                A sense of social alienation is something shared by many British radicals, but other elements are equally troubling and more difficult to define

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                • Justifying Jihad

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                  Many radical Muslims saw America’s reaction to the 9/11 attacks as a rallying cry

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                  • Westend Bestiary- Solo Exhibition- Kirsty Whiten

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                    This month we opened a solo show from one of our Team Recoat members, Kirsty Whiten. She has revisited her Schemie Centaurs Imagery to create a new series of drawings, paintings, and paste-ups. “West End Bestiary- Half-human beasts of legend, collected and dissected for your amazement.” Fraser Denholm and Richard Watson (FLUX Video) came and documented the show and interviewed Kirsty about her work. Ben Seal (BenSealMusic.com) got on board and created some quality music for the film too. Thanks to everyone for making such a quality piece. Whiten's work focuses on reconstructing myth and imagining awe-inspiring creatures of old in a modern context; centaurs - half man, half horse, heroic and muscular, caught up in the trenches of WW1, or even the backstreets of Glasgow, where they sport baseball caps, down bottles of beer and flick the V's at us. Kirsty has exhibited all over the world from London to New York and Melbourne. Her last show, Breeder Badlands, was at Stolespace in London and led to a series of lithographs co-published by Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop in 2012. Her warped imagery has been featured in magazines such as Juxtapoz and Hi Fructose and art blogs worldwide. Her massive paste ups were an important part of the Rough Cut Nation installation at the National Portrait Gallery and at their recent Freedom Versions in Stirling. www.kirstywhiten.com/ www.recoatdesign.com Available artwork is here- http://recoat.bigcartel.com/

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                    • How to Win the Battle of Ideas

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                      Britain has been too slow to challenge the threat of terrorism head-on. Winning the battle of ideas is paramount.

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