1. Dancing in piss

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    from melissa spiccia / Added

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    www.melissaspiccia.com

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    • Get Carter Car Park Demolition - Week 5

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      from Thompsons of Prudhoe / Added

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      Gatesheads Trinity Square car park (known by many as the Get Carter Car Park or Gateshead Multi Storey Car Park) was built from designs by Owen Luder (subsequently RIBA President) and opened in 1967, five years on from the drawing board. The building towers above Gateshead town centre (being the tallest building in the town centre by quite a margin). The car park is an example of the Brutalist style of architecture (raw exposed concrete defining the character of the building and its exterior). The top floor of the building featured a space for a cafe-bar with views of Gateshead and Newcastle however, it was never used. By the time the car park was constructed, its design was already out of date and unfashionable. Its outdoor shopping precinct quickly became outdated with shoppers preferring indoor precincts. Rather than becoming the centre of its community public opinion has called for its demolition (the building was listed in Britain"s top 10 worst buildings) and the car park is instead famous for the role it plays in the 1971 gangster movie "Get Carter". Following decades of deterioration the decision was made to demolish the car park structure, the indoor market that lies below and associated properties on High Street, Ellison Street and the adjacent Trinity Square, allowing for a new city centre development. Following an extensive pre-tender interview process and a successful tender submission Thompsons were awarded the contract. The project follows on from other major Gateshead / Newcastle demolition projects undertaken by Thompsons, and which include Tyne Tees Television (made famous by the live music series The Tube), Westgate House (formerly listed as one of Britain"s top 10 worst buildings), Wellbar House, Eldon Square, City Library, Binns Department Store and the Majestic Ballrooms. Works commenced with the removal of asbestos and the soft strip of fittings and fixtures of the shops located adjacent to the car park. Demolition works were phased and commenced with the reduction of the low level shops which surrounded the car park, along Ellison Street, Trinity Square and High Street. Demolitions progressed to the former in-door market which was located below the structure. Following completion of initial works demolitions will complete the reduction of the multi-storey car park structure itself. Thompsons newly acquired Komatsu 750 super high reach 360o excavator machine will assist our Caterpillar 350 high reach machine to demolish the car park, working top to bottom in a pre-determined sequence. Demolitions commenced at 9 am on 27/7/10 and will be captured by time lapse photography throughout. This is week five of the demolition.

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      • IN THE WAKE OF SIRENS

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        from Nathan Coetzee / Added

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        A modern interpretation of William Golding's 'Lord of the Flies' set within the confines of a locked car. Written, Directed, Shot & Edited by Nathan Coetzee Music by Dirty Beaches Licensed by ZooMusic http://dirtybeaches.bandcamp.com/ @dirtybeaches808

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        • becausefixie Sunday Skid Session

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          Nick, one of the founding members of becausefixie is packing his bags and leaving for Melbourne. The group usually ride socially every Sunday night through the city of Brisbane however the weather was against us this time. Despite the rain we decided to make Nick's last ride a special one before he made his way south. Here's a small video from our Sunday session at Newmarket Hotel in Brisbane. Enjoy, www.becausefixie.com Filmed with Canon 5D Mk III & Glidecam HD-1000 Edited & Coloured with Final Cut Pro

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          • SansureSansur - 03 (Eng. Subt.)

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            from ilkay kopan / Added

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            SansureSansur - 03 (English Subtitled) sansuresansur.org Director: ilkay kopan

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            • Honda - Around & About - 60s TVC

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              from Scott Otto / Added

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              Confetti snowballs, acrobats, dancing half-time oranges and a mountain goat. Brought to life entirely in-camera and filmed over two long nights in a high-rise car park. Love the outcome of this job. Lots of fun and play – forced perspective, miniatures, prop-builds, a hairdryer powered by a man inside. It was a huge production, with a set build of over three weeks, some 40-odd crew installed every scene imaginable – from a terrace house street scene, to a theatre, to even a winter wonderland. And all this happened within the car park's height limitation of 2.1 metres. Each scene was then played out with the help of over 20 actors and stagehands. Client: Honda Australia Product: Honda CRV TVC Title: Around & About Agency: DRAFTFCB Melbourne CD: Scott Lambert Agency Producer: Lisa Ramsey Prod Co: PHOTOPLAY Director: Scott Otto Anderson Producer: Oliver Lawrance Post: Fuel VFX

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              • Something in the car park.

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                from Louis du Mont / Added

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                From photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/2create/2468352439/ Starting trying some projection mapping in Lightwave 3D. Details: http://www.2create.co.uk/blog/?p=62#more-62

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                • 242.pilots live in bruxelles (2002)

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                  from hc gilje / Added

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                  This is an excerpt of the 242.pilots performance "Live in Bruxelles" which was released on DVD by New York label Carpark in 2002. It received the Image award at the media arts festival Transmediale in Berlin, 2003. 242.pilots: HC Gilje (N), Lukasz Lysakowski(Pl), Kurt Ralske (US) The live soundtrack was made by Justin Bennnett. For more info about 242.pilots: http://www.bek.no/~hc/242pilots/

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                  • Get Carter Car Park Demolition - Week 4

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                    from Thompsons of Prudhoe / Added

                    1,763 Plays / / 2 Comments

                    Gatesheads Trinity Square car park (known by many as the Get Carter Car Park or Gateshead Multi Storey Car Park) was built from designs by Owen Luder (subsequently RIBA President) and opened in 1967, five years on from the drawing board. The building towers above Gateshead town centre (being the tallest building in the town centre by quite a margin). The car park is an example of the Brutalist style of architecture (raw exposed concrete defining the character of the building and its exterior). The top floor of the building featured a space for a cafe-bar with views of Gateshead and Newcastle however, it was never used. By the time the car park was constructed, its design was already out of date and unfashionable. Its outdoor shopping precinct quickly became outdated with shoppers preferring indoor precincts. Rather than becoming the centre of its community public opinion has called for its demolition (the building was listed in Britain"s top 10 worst buildings) and the car park is instead famous for the role it plays in the 1971 gangster movie "Get Carter". Following decades of deterioration the decision was made to demolish the car park structure, the indoor market that lies below and associated properties on High Street, Ellison Street and the adjacent Trinity Square, allowing for a new city centre development. Following an extensive pre-tender interview process and a successful tender submission Thompsons were awarded the contract. The project follows on from other major Gateshead / Newcastle demolition projects undertaken by Thompsons, and which include Tyne Tees Television (made famous by the live music series The Tube), Westgate House (formerly listed as one of Britain"s top 10 worst buildings), Wellbar House, Eldon Square, City Library, Binns Department Store and the Majestic Ballrooms. Works commenced with the removal of asbestos and the soft strip of fittings and fixtures of the shops located adjacent to the car park. Demolition works were phased and commenced with the reduction of the low level shops which surrounded the car park, along Ellison Street, Trinity Square and High Street. Demolitions progressed to the former in-door market which was located below the structure. Following completion of initial works demolitions will complete the reduction of the multi-storey car park structure itself. Thompsons newly acquired Komatsu 750 super high reach 360o excavator machine will assist our Caterpillar 350 high reach machine to demolish the car park, working top to bottom in a pre-determined sequence. Demolitions commenced at 9 am on 27/7/10 and will be captured by time lapse photography throughout. This is week four of the demolition.

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                    • Mt.Wolf 'HYPOLIGHT'

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                      from RINA YANG dop / Added

                      1,749 Plays / / 10 Comments

                      Directors & Editors: Jean-Philippe Blunt & Thom Humphreys Cinematographer: Rina Yang 1st AC: Marcell Kiss Production Assistant: Georgina Ower Hair: Tomoyuki Stylist: Samuel Weeks Special Thanks: Patric Ralson @FAVA Rental More music from Mt.Wolf: https://soundcloud.com/mtwolf

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