1. Inheritance Adoptions

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    from Clayton Kimbell / Added

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    inheritanceadoptions.org Created by Clayton Kimbell Music By The Cinematic Orchestra, "Arrival of the Birds & Transformation," and Death Cab for Cutie, "What Sarah Said." www.cinematicorchestra.com www.deathcabforcutie.com

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    • Florence Trailer

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      Florence is a young dyslexic girl troubled by school and her own self worth. Surprisingly to Florence, her older sister turns out to have her own issues. Showing kindness, Florence discovers her own fortitude. Florence recently won best International Graduate Short at the the Kidz Filmz Festival, USA.

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      • GUYS

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        • Once Upon a Hill

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          Once Upon a Hill is a poetic documentary with animations based on comic strips by four kids in Valparaiso, Chile. The film targets children between 8 and 13 years of age and deals with subjects such as family relations, death, childrens’ books and freedom of expression. THE STORY Views towards the sea, insights into secret rooms, going down to town, diving into books. In this playful documentary we follow four children in their daily life, on the top of a hill in the Chilean coastal town of Valparaíso. Poetic photography takes us through changes of moods, winds, weather and thoughts. Being little, being big, being strictly brought up or not having a friend. The childrens’ storytelling is strengthened by their own reality based comic strips and it all culminates with the printing of their own magazine. FILM FACTS DURATION: 29 minutes TARGETED AGE GROUP: 8-13 YEARS ORIGINAL TITLE: DET VAR EN GÅNG PÅ RIKTIGT PRODUCTION YEAR & COUNTRY: SWEDEN/CHILE 2010 PRODUCED BY: RåFILM/Anna Weitz in co-production with Film i Skåne / commissioning editor Joakim Strand & Film i Halland / commissioning editor Birgitta Olsson and with support by the Swedish Film Institute / film commissioner Johan Bogaeus, BoostHbg / Anna J Ljungmark, Reaktor Sydost / commissioning editor Pelle Hybinette & Nordens folkhögskola Biskops-Arnö / Bengt Åkerlund

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          • FEEDBACK | Filmmaking for Kids Jan13

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            Feedback from the students on the January 2013 Filmmaking for Kids course in Basingstoke. For more information about our courses, please visit http://www.filmmakingforkids.com or email info@filmmakingforkids.com

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            • Délice de fruits - Fruzzy

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              Commercial

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              • Video Blog Friday's Vol. 18 • When “for better or worse” becomes worse...

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                With each installment of our Video Blog Friday's Series, Paul Karofsky reflects on influential lessons learned from his career working with family businesses. Each Friday, we will provide a new story with a unique topic - so stay tuned! We hope you enjoy the 18th feature in our series, When “for better or worse” becomes worse..., where Martin develops a relationship with an employee, Ellen. As Martin struggles to make a decision whether or not to leave his wife, his relationship with Ellen takes a toll on the family business, especially on co-worker daughter, Margie.

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                • Video Blog Friday's Vol. 22 • When it’s time to plan to plan

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                  With each installment of our Video Blog Friday's Series, Paul Karofsky reflects on influential lessons learned from his career working with family businesses. Each Friday, we will provide a new story with a unique topic - so stay tuned! We hope you enjoy the 22nd feature in our series, When it’s time to plan to plan... where Dad, still the entrepreneur, is bent on more growth for the business, while his son and daughter, who are more reluctant, want an analytical approach. Family members need to examine and reconcile their individual goals to achieve a proper direction for the business.

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                  • Video Blog Friday's Vol. 20 • Where goes my loyalty, to sibling or spouse?

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                    With each installment of our Video Blog Friday's Series, Paul Karofsky reflects on influential lessons learned from his career working with family businesses. Each Friday, we will provide a new story with a unique topic - so stay tuned! We hope you enjoy the 20th feature in our series, Where goes my loyalty, to sibling or spouse?, when Jane’s husband Steve, is unexpectedly laid off, Jane tries to encourage her business partner/brother, Jeff, to give Steve a job in their family business. Jeff is reluctant and concerned about the longer range consequences. Jane sees Jeff as being unfair.

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                    • Video Blog Friday's Vol. 23 • Leadership succession… whose call is it?

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                      With each installment of our Video Blog Friday's Series, Paul Karofsky reflects on influential lessons learned from his career working with family businesses. Each Friday, we will provide a new story with a unique topic - so stay tuned! We hope you enjoy the 23rd feature in our series, Leadership succession… whose call is it? where Father and daughter debate over who should make the decision around future leadership of the family business. Dad wants his children to decide and they think he’s “copping out” in fear that those not selected will be very angry at him.

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