1. V for Vendetta Remake


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    UCSB - FAMST 104 University of California Santa Barbara Student Project Remake a scene from a famous movie

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    • UCSB's Role in AIM Photonics


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      UCSB professor John Bowers discusses UCSB's role as the West Coast lead institution in the American Institute for the Manufacture of Photonics.

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      • Diary of a Research Cruise


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        Video highlights of the SEEPS 2015 research cruise in the Gulf of Mexico conducted by students in the lab of UCSB professor David Valentine. All video was shot on the submersible Alvin, as well as the RV Atlantis and AUV Sentry.

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        • 2015-07-04 LA Cambodia SMT Recap


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          Recap video for our first Gracepoint LA & SB mission trip to Cambodia. www.acts2fellowship.org www.gracepointlosangeles.org

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          • Entering Wildfire


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            Working in collaboration, artists Ethan Turpin, Jonathan Smith and architect Justin Harmon teamed up to offer the public a point of view from within a wildfire.  Ian Grob of the US Forest Service provided recordings he makes with fire-proof camera boxes, which give rare insights into an otherwise perilous situation.  Entering Wildfire was commissioned by the Bren School for Environmental Science and Management at the University of California Santa Barbara as part of Ethan Turpin's Burn Cycle series. By pairing observations of fire ecology with fine art aesthetics, the immersive video installation attracts audiences to confront the elemental beauty, transformative power and real world hazards of fire. The Entering Wildfire exhibit provides solitary and group experiences through layered video surfaces arranged in space. Documenting the installation with video presents an interesting challenge of representing what it is like to be in a space, which itself proxies a fire event. To this end the tools of art - such as music, movement, editing - can weave both the terrifying force and ecstatic awe perceived in this natural phenomena. http://ethanturpin.com http://jonathanpjsmith.com

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            • The Godfather UCSB Student Scene Recreation


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              UCSB Film and Media 104 Class Project. Student recreation of The Godfather famous scene.

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              • UCSB 2014-15: The Year in Review


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                A look back at the 2014-15 academic year at UC Santa Barbara, from Move-In to Commencement.

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                • Celebrating Commencement


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                  UCSB's lagoon-front Faculty Club Green was awash in graduates, families and friends, faculty and staff, for Commencement Weekend 2015. From the pre-ceremony set-ups to the black caps being tossed skyward, our cameras captured it all.

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                  • UCSB Engineering Research in 30 Seconds: ECE Professor Jon Schuller


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                    We asked Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Jon Schuller to describe his research in 30 seconds. Learn more about Professor Schuller's research at: http://schuller.cnsi.ucsb.edu/ Professor Schuller and his lab are focused on examining the complex optical properties of organic materials such as plastics, leading to developments that could enhance the performance of organic photonic devices. Additionally, the research could open new doors to the manufacture of low-cost, lightweight and flexible semiconductors that can harness and manipulate light for various applications.

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                    • Gauchos Ready to Face the World


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                      Four graduating seniors share their thoughts as they bid farewell to UCSB and step into the next chapter of their lives.

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