1. The Act of Seeing With Ones Own Eyes - Stan Brakhage

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    The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes is a 1971 American experimental film by Stan Brakhage. It was filmed on 16mm without synchronized sound in a Pittsburgh morgue. The title is based on a literal translation of the term autopsy. The film is part of Brakhage's "Pittsburgh trilogy"[1], a trio of "documentary" films Brakhage made about the city's various institutions in 1971; the other two are Eyes, about the city police, and Deus Ex, filmed in a hospital. Writing about the film, American critic Jonathan Rosenbaum referred to The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes as "one of the most direct confrontations with death ever recorded on film."[2] Brakhage shot The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes during a visit to a morgue, and the bulk of the film consists of images of autopsies. In a Senses of Cinema profile of the filmmaker, filmmaker and curator Brian Frye wrote: "The key image of The Act of Seeing With One's Own Eyes is quite likely the bluntest statement on the human condition ever filmed. In the course of an autopsy, the skin around the scalp is slit with a scalpel, and in preparation for exposing and examining the brain, the face of each cadaver is literally peeled off, like a mask, revealing the raw meat beneath. That image, once seen, will never leave you."[1]

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    • SkepticMedia Autopsy- Full Video

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      SkepticMedia Autopsy Video . Sections From Antony Chen , Carlos Pimentel, Yannes Sootes Featuring John Stephens, Joaquin Fletcher, Sebastian Michalski, Rafael Herrera, and many more.

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      • surgeons + beer = VB HOSPITAL

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        1999 in year 9 our Media teacher asked us to produce a trailer advertising a new television series. Prior to VB Hospital I'd only ever played with my parent's camcorder. This was the first time I used editing equipment to produce a video. I've been hooked ever since. Camera: massive on your shoulder VHS tape video camera. Editing platform: Linear editing system with a computer interface. A PC was connected to two VCRs and once all the edits had been committed the PC would control the VCRs until the video had been recorded to a VHS tape. Full video files were never copied to the hard disc of the computer. Voices: Yet to break. School: Hollywood Senior High School

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        • The Virtual Autopsy Table

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          #########################Commercial requests ######################### For any commercial request please contact insideexplorer@tii.se ################################################################### Have a look at the inside of a human being. In this installation, with the help of an easy to use multi touch interface, the user can freely interact with stunning volumetric 3D datasets of real scanned human bodies. The datasets in this demo have been created with state of the art techniques within medical imaging; Dual Energy Computed Tomography. The data has been imported straight from the scanners and has not been edited or modified before rendering, what you see is not a 3D model, it’s a full volumetric description of a human body. The visualization techniques used in this table is already utilized successfully as a compliment to the conventional autopsy. Apart from avoiding cutting in the body the medical experts, such as coroners, can see things that are difficult to discover in a conventional autopsy. Furthermore, the technique opens up for new opportunities in countries where autopsies are not accepted due to cultural reasons. The technique will revolutionize the traditional health care in many areas. The technique can also, for educational purposes, be used in education environments and in public institutions such as museums, Science and Technology centers. The Virtual Autopsy Table is developed by Norrköping Visualization Centre in collaboration with CMIV (www.cmiv.liu.se). The installation is based on research results from CMIV, VITA at Linköping University, Sweden and Swedish National Board of Forensic Medicine. For more information please visit: www.tii.se/projects/autopsy Technical details: Volume data resolution: 512x512x3397x2 (1.7 GB) Frame rate: 30 Hz Display resolution: 1980x1080 Credits: Installation concept: Interactive Institute Project management: Thomas Rydell - Interactive Institute Volume rendering: Dr. Patric Ljung, Prof. Anders Ynnerman, Prof. Anders Persson and Willem Frishert – CMIV/VITA Scanning, data and medical expertise: Prof. Anders Persson - CMIV User interface: David Karlsson - Interactive Institute and Willem Frishert - VITA Video production: Claes Ericson - Interactive Institute Follow us on Twitter? @visualiseringC

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          • DOA: A Coroner's Fairy Tale

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            from Michael Marco / Added

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            "If everyone only loved this much." After performing his fiancée's autopsy, our dear coroner is driven to breathe life back into his love's disfigured body. Not relenting to the laws of nature, he sacrifices his own sanity for love. A poetic love affair for everyone who has ever yearned for the past. Tony Martie ... The Coroner Meagan Mangum... The Corpse Michael Brien ... The Narrator Produced by Tony Martie .... producer Original Music by Brian Satterwhite Cinematography by Edwin A. Harris Film Editing by Shannon Burgan Set Decoration by Ed Zabel Makeup Department Christopher Dedigon .... special makeup effects artist Allison Royer .... makeup artist Special Effects by Kimball Jay Norman .... special effects Camera and Electrical Department Kevin Branch .... gaffer Tony Martie .... lighting technician Rafael Sanadria .... first assistant camera Editorial Department Peggy Clark .... colorist Thanks Tim Burton .... thanks Stanley Kubrick .... special thanks www.michaelmarco.com

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            • Trailer Nakaruga

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              Nakatomi Warzone Directed by Andrea Todaro Assistant Directors: Sebastian Gandt, Christian Rebecchi, Pablo Togni Set Photographer Pablo Togni, Lorenzo Zoppis

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              • Lucas Annunziata - 3D Environment Artist - Demo Reel 2012

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                • Autopsia (Short Film)

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                  Cortometraje Finalista Top Creation 2013 Dirigido y escrito por Janire Paskua Madre: Elvira Pérez Hija: Sabrina Treviño © Studio Ochentayocho

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                  • 07' - (short movie) quelle labbra io le ho baciate (those lips i have kissed)

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                    from Salvatore D'Alia / Added

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                    short movie cortometraggio 16 mm - Short movie made during the third year of film school...

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                    • Amanda's Autopsy

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                      A short film about Amanda Sutton of Amanda's Autopsies -and her hobby - taxidermy. The film carries on from Ron the toy maker and continues the theme of my 'mini-docs' - the dying arts.

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