1. Hovercrane

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    from Troy McQuinn Added 4 0 0

    The Hovercrane is a fictional vehicle from the web comic "2214".

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    • Vinolok Time Machine

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      from Touch Branding Added 301 0 0

      Travel in time with Vinolok wines. Join us for vertical tastings of some of the best wines closed with the Vinolok glass closure. We'll take you from the vintage of 2014 to 2003 in just 30 minutes.

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      • All the Time in the World

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        from Leominster Access Television Added 4 0 0

        A short video featuring a full scale replica of the Time Machine prop from the 1960 George Pal film "The Time Machine." This replica was built by Carl Piermarini in 2002. Carl, who is featured in this video, is shown working the replica. Music used is with permission of composer Russell Garcia. For those that haven't seen the 1960 George Pal film, my apologies for you not understanding the joke at the end of this video.

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        • The Time Warp

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          from Hanna Rodgers Added

          This is a zoetrope installation that I created for my first solo exhibition at Vanderbilt University in 2014. The show was called Abandon/Perspective. This piece is called "Time Warp."

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          • Press COOK (Extended Cut)

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            from Andrew Kadikian Added 16 0 0

            Press COOK is team Rogue Division's award winning entry into the 2014 Los Angeles 48 Hour Film Project Competition. This was my fourth 48 Hour Film Project, second as director and team leader. The film won the audience choice award for our screening group and was nominated for two awards by the competition judges, best production design and best use of assigned character. Press COOK played at a total of three screenings during the 48 Hour ilm Project Festival; the screening for our screening group, the audience award screening and the "Best of LA" screening. It also played before the presentation of my film Walk-Ons at it's premiere at the New Beverly Cinema in August 2014. This is the extended cut of the film. It contains an extra scene which was deleted from the original competition cut due to runtime constraints. The 48 Hour Film Project competition challenges filmmakers to write, shoot, edit and score a film all in one weekend. The genre we drew was "Time Travel" and the elements for the city were as follows: Prop: Napkin Character: Sam or Sarah Joel, Expert Line: "That's what I'm talking about" Directed, Shot and Edited by Andrew Kadikian Written and Produced by Ryan Stockstad Starring Jason Flowers, G Larry Butler, Darielle Deigan, Kati Zaylor, Senta Burke and Tensaye Yosef Original Score by Nestor Estrada Production Design by Megan Flanders Set Dressing by Chris Straeter Shot on the Canon EOS 6D Full Frame HDSLR Press COOK on IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3918858/c... Press COOK on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/presscook

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            • Press COOK (Directors Cut)

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              from Andrew Kadikian Added 17 0 0

              Press COOK is team Rogue Division's award winning entry into the 2014 Los Angeles 48 Hour Film Project Competition. This was my fourth 48 Hour Film Project, second as director and team leader. The film won the audience choice award for our screening group and was nominated for two awards by the competition judges, best production design and best use of assigned character. Press COOK played at a total of three screenings during the 48 Hour ilm Project Festival; the screening for our screening group, the audience award screening and the "Best of LA" screening. It also played before the presentation of my film Walk-Ons at it's premiere at the New Beverly Cinema in August 2014. This is the directors cut of the film. It is the closest to the actual competition version, with a little tweaking and minus a few errors that come with making a film in 48 hours. The 48 Hour Film Project competition challenges filmmakers to write, shoot, edit and score a film all in one weekend. The genre we drew was "Time Travel" and the elements for the city were as follows: Prop: Napkin Character: Sam or Sarah Joel, Expert Line: "That's what I'm talking about" Directed, Shot and Edited by Andrew Kadikian Written and Produced by Ryan Stockstad Starring Jason Flowers, G Larry Butler, Darielle Deigan, Kati Zaylor, Senta Burke and Tensaye Yosef Original Score by Nestor Estrada Production Design by Megan Flanders Set Dressing by Chris Straeter Shot on the Canon EOS 6D Full Frame HDSLR Press COOK on IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3918858/c... Press COOK on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/presscook

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              • Too Many Bears

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                from Michaela Kuenster Added 7 0 0

                How many bears? TOO MANY BEARS.

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                • Bandritzer Reel

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                  from Jonas Klinkenbijl Added 41 0 0

                  Client: Gelegerd in Gelderland / Vfonds Created by: Calling the shots (concept & content) and Tinker Imagineers (concept & hardware) Finally the full Bandritzer Showreel is ready for action. Enter a wonderfully designed camouflaged container and discover a working Time Machine. The machine takes you on a trip though the ages, where you can experience the military story of Gelderland, a Dutch province. Big screens and a heavily vibrating floor will rock you on your feet. Experience the lives of the man and women who lived through those though times. The Bandritzer traveled around the country for a year and visited many heritage festivals. Calling the Shots created 9 short films for the project.

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                  • Colorado Inside Out: Time Machine- Circa 1964

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                    Colorado Inside Out, CPT12’s award wining weekly public affairs roundtable, has a long tradition of taking one episode a year to get in our time machine and present an episode from an entirely different era. Our program usually takes a look at the issues and events of the week, but in this special, we take a look at important issues happening in Colorado and the nation in 1964. With special effects and costumes, we endeavor to give the program a real feel of 1964 television, complete with an ad for the now defunct Studebaker Avanti.

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