1. UNASHAMED DESIRE (missy higgins)


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    A contemporary dance piece designed to express Missy's transformation from personal repression to liberation. Directer, Producer, Editor: Natasha Pincus Cinematographer: Warwick Field Choreographer: Stephanie Lake Costume Designer: Harriet Oxley Theater Lighting: Ben Shaw Make-up: Olivia Still Line Producer: Mary Minas Dancers: Lee Serle, Rennie McDougall, Chatchanok Much Hemachandra, Alana Everett

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    • EVERYONE'S WAITING (missy higgins)


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      **WINNER ARIA Best Video, 2012** ** WINNER Gold ACS Award for Cinematography, 2012** Director, Producer, Editor: Natasha Pincus Cinematographer: Warwick Field Underwater Camera: Wes Greene Hair and Make-up: Emma-Louise Diamond Sound Designer: Emma Bortignon Colourist: Fergus Hally Directed, Produced and Edited by Natasha Pincus Cinematography by Warwick Field

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      • Join us at CV Conference 2012


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        In 1999 the Ministry Apprenticeship Program (MAP) was launched in Adelaide with Clayton Fopp, as the first ministry apprentice, under Warwick de Jersey. This year, the master & apprentice will reunite as our key note speakers for CV 2012. So be prepared to be challenged and encouraged as we hear from Warwick and Clayton as they respectively speak on ‘The Ministry of Wisdom and Power’ from 1 Corinthians, and ‘God Uses Aliens’ from 1 Peter. It’s going to be yet another weekend of fantastic teaching, mentoring, conversations and challenges, and we hope you’ll join us. Mark the date in your diary: Friday 28 September – Monday 1 October, 2012.

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        • Spark sales with a short video by Jim Egan Photo and Video


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          Hi, Jim Egan here. Do you want to know the secret to increase traffic and sales on your website? Video! Not a long Hollywood production. In fact, it should be short. 59 seconds. Better yet, 29 seconds. Video has color, motion, sound, and something else that our modern culture seems to appreciate... they don't have to read a lot of text. You see, people buy from people they know, and with a video they'll know you, your company and your products. And you won't believe how fast and inexpensively I can help script, shoot, and post your special story. So call Jim Egan right now for a free consultation, and your sales could be booming next week.

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          • KAC Construction, Tel. (401)837-6730 roofer contractor


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            KAC. Construction, Roofer Contractor Tel. (401)837-6730 http://www.kacconstruction.com

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            • Missy Higgins - Everyone's Waiting "2012 ARIA Award for Best Video" and "2012 ACS GOLD winner for Music Video"


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              CINEMATOGRAPHER: WARWICK FIELD. www.warwickfield.com Producer/Director: Natasha Pincus. Editor: Natasha Pincus. Production Company: Starkraving Productions. www.starkravingproductions.com.au Camera/Format: Red Epic 5k (2k at 300fps) masked to 2.40:1.

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              • 60d test


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                canon 60d body, nikon 50mm 1.4 lens, room lights. checking the potential quality of the 60d in a closed room at night

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                • Virtual Futures 1995 - Brian Massumi


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                  Brian Massumi - Politics without Possibility (History without Limits) Virtual Futures University of Warwick, 26-28 May 1995 http://VirtualFutures.co.uk "It is not that the possible comes to be realized; rather, it is the real that makes itself possible." With this formula French philosopher Henri Bergson rejects wholesale a philosophical presupposition that is no less ingrained in contemporary cultural theory than in common sense thinking about change: that alternative possibilities pre-exist the real, and that freedom is a choice, for the future, of one possibility from among the alternatives. Bergson's rejection of the classical concept of possibility has the opposite intent from the one that might be expected from a cursory reading. The intent is not to close off the future, to enclose us in our present. On the contrary, it is the doctrine of the possible that relies on closure: for a set of alternative possibilities to coexist in the present for the future, they have to have been determined as possibilities by a past structure, which lives on through the realization of one of its permutations. In other words, the concept of possibility functions against a background of determination. It boxes us in our past, in the form of a limitative set of already-possible permutations in relation to which we can do nothing more active than choose. The doctrine of possibility attempts to add freedom to a bedrock of determination. Bergson denies possibility in order to bulldoze the bedrock, for the sprouts of invention. In his view, the possible arises from the real, from its emergence, always new and unforeseeable. It is this self-organizing emergence that creates its own possibility, retroactively, in a kind of temporal backwash (what Bergson calls the "retrograde movement of truth"). The emergence of the new, of which possibility is a retrospective reflection, is an openness more radical than choice. Bergson calls that inventive indetermination the "virtual." This paper explores the consequences of the Bergsonian critique of possibility for contemporary cultural theory, and in particular for identity politics and its aftermath. Its central concern is to distinguish the virtual from the possible, and to free social constructivism from its foundation in theories of determination. Chaos theory will be used to show that the concept of objective indeterminacy is not necessarily inconsistent either with autonomy or operations of power.

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                  • Plus One Personnel - 'people you can count on'


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                    Plus One Personnel are an award winning Recruitment Agency, working with jobseekers and employers across Oxfordshire and Warwickshire across a wide variety of industry sectors.

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                    • YELLO gratisstrom


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                      Director: Daniel Warwick Director of Photography: Pascal Walder http://vimeo.com/pascalwalder Production Company: Big Fish Berlin

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