1. Under the Bridge

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    from Mark Duggan / Added

    A £10 Film: One lens, one light, a crew of one with a cast of two. Shot over a single night in Manchester. Synopsis: "A middle-aged man and a homeless teen converse under a city centre bridge." Screenings: Screen Stockport (2013), Portobello Film Festival (2013), Congleton Film Festival (2013), Kino Shorts 36 (Manchester).

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    • Hidden Nottingham: The Secret of Angel Row

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      from Toby Corton / Added

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      The Secret of Angel Row is a short documentary film on Bromley House Library, a private library that has been running since 1822. Situated at the heart of Nottingham’s city centre, seconds away from Market Square, a door stands open between two shop fronts. Not concealed, but hidden in plain sight. It leads into the Library that is quietly juxtaposed against the consumer culture surrounding it. The documentary aims to uncover the wealth of history, knowledge and tranquility that lies through the doorway; exploring the library and finding out why it is special to the people that use it, in the hope that the audience will recognise the importance of preserving such a unique cultural and historical hidden gems. Produced & Directed by Toby Corton With Music from Ryan Thomas ( facebook.com/pages/Ryan-Thomas/278171642215121 )

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      • Hidden Nottingham: The Secret of Angel Row

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        from Toby Corton / Added

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        The Secret of Angel Row is a short documentary film on Bromley House Library, a private library that has been running since 1822. Situated at the heart of Nottingham’s city centre, seconds away from Market Square, a door stands open between two shop fronts. Not concealed, but hidden in plain sight. It leads into the Library that is quietly juxtaposed against the consumer culture surrounding it. The documentary aims to uncover the wealth of history, knowledge and tranquility that lies through the doorway; exploring the library and finding out why it is special to the people that use it, in the hope that the audience will recognise the importance of preserving such a unique cultural and historical hidden gems. Produced & Directed by Toby Corton With Music from Ryan Thomas ( https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ryan-Thomas/278171642215121 )

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        • Boyhood teaser 2 // Caylie's makeup tutorial

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          Teaser for the Boyhood LP and Thailand video. Watch on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/Dydtmu_JGjQ

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          • Boyhood teaser 1 // firecrackers

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            Teaser for the Boyhood LP and Thailand video. Watch on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/HKHqzddPIj8

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            • final 2.mp4

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              Interview with Asish Syangden Videography: Anup Shrestha Editor: Nabish Shrestha

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              • Belfast City Centre at Night - Speed Booster FS700 test

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                from Andy Yoong / Added

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                See my blog post with more info here: http://andyyoong.com/metabones-speedbooster-sample-footage/ follow me twitter.com/honchomedia facebook.com/honchomedia instagram.com/andyyoong I just received a Speed Booster adaptor from Metabones and had a chance to take it for it's first test in Belfast City Centre for around an hour. What can I say? The results are pretty impressive, giving an extra stop of light and noticeably sharper images. I was previously a bit disappointed with the low light performance of the FS700, but this adaptor has changed everything. I see it as an essential piece of kit now. It is expensive, but also great value for money at the same time. Shot on a mix of EF lenses Canon 50mm1.4 Sigma 24 1.8 Canon 24-70 2.8is ISO from 400 to 1600 Cut in FCPX with some grading. PP5 with highlights to max

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                • Hazard 2008

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                  Video documentation of Hazard micro-festival of sited intervention, which took place in July 2008. Video by Agata Alcaniz.

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                  • Green House

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                    House is uptempo music for dancing, although by modern dance-music standards it is mid-tempo, generally ranging between 118 and 135 bpm. Tempos tended to be slower in the early years of house. The common element of house is a prominent kick drum on every beat usually generated by a drum machine or sampler. The kick drum sound is augmented by various kick fills and extended dropouts. The drum track is filled out with hi-hat cymbal-patterns that nearly always include a hi-hat on quaver off-beats between each kick, and a snare drum or clap sound on beats two and four of every bar. This pattern derives from the so-called "four-on-the-floor" dance drumbeats of the 1960s which impacted on 1980s house music via the 1970s disco drummers. Electronically generated sounds and samples of recordings from genres such as jazz, blues, disco, funk, soul and synth pop are often added to the foundation of the drum beat and synth bass line. House songs may also include disco, soul, or gospel vocals and additional percussion such as tambourine. Many house mixes also include repeating, short, syncopated, staccato chord-loops that are usually composed of 5-7 chords in a 4-beat measure.

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                    • Brisbane, a new world city

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                      At the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize Forum at World Cities Summit 2012, Councillor Angela Owen-Taylor shared with the audience about Brisbane’s ambition to become Australia’s new world city – and the steps the forward-looking city is taking to transform itself. Copyright (c) 2012 Urban Redevelopment Authority More videos and features on www.leekuanyewworldcityprize.com.sg The Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize is a biennial international award that honours outstanding achievements and contributions to the creation of liveable, vibrant and sustainable urban communities around the world. The Prize seeks to recognise cities and their key leaders and organisations for displaying foresight, good governance and innovation in tackling the many urban challenges faced, to bring about social, economic and environmental benefits in a holistic way to their communities. The Prize is co-organised by Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore and Centre for Liveable Cities and presented at the biennial World Cities Summit.

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