1. Daughter perform “Smother” at Tate Britain - NOWNESS


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    An after-hours performance of Daughter’s track “Smother” at Tate Britain’s ‘Ruin Lust’ exhibition, which maps four centuries of art’s infatuation with the abandoned and the decaying. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1lIBfl9

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    • how are you?


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      Short Film - Directed by Cyrill Oberholzer in London 2011

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      • OLLIE (a short film by CollegeHumor's Josh + Vince)


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        A documentary crew takes a too-close look into the life of a lonely Brooklyn man who hangs out with junkies, starts fights with strangers and makes his psychologist's life a living hell. In a failed attempt to re-patch things with his estranged daughter, Ollie relapses, falling back into unsavory ways. CAST Ollie: Henry Zebrowski Jugo: Josh Ruben Psychotherapist: Sam Reich Young Dad: Charlie McWade Son: David Hojnowski Daughter: Megan Neuringer Young Daughter: Savannah Franquiz-Pizon Handsome Man: Rob Michael Hugel Bike Rider: Lisa Maria Hall Shot on RED in Greenpoint, Brooklyn - New York - January, 2013.

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        • DOGVILLE - Final dialogue Father & Daughter


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          Since DOGVILLE (2001 directed by Lars von Trier) is one of the BEST, if not the BEST picture, artwork, and study in morals, ethics, psychology and the abyss of the human being as such, I'd like to upload my favorite scene which is - of course - the last part of the movie, before Grace (played by Nicole Kidman) takes her consequences, and has this fantastic dialogue with her father, the big mafia boss, played by the wonderful James Caan. * HAVE FUN & ENLIGHTENMENT * * Ailen Roc * Part of the ORIGINAL SCRIPT Grace was no expert in exclusive automobiles Yet, she recognized with no difficulty the sound of the vehicle that was rounding the corner from Canyon Road at that very moment. Alas, in Grace's memory the legendary purr of the Cadillac series C was inextricably linked with another rather less sophisticated sound that of gunfire directed against her person. Grace to her father: Don't you need to justify your actions before you shoot us That's new That could be interpreted as weakness, Daddy... l'm disappointed in you! Father to Grace: l'm not gonna shoot anybody Grace to her father: You shot at me before Father to Grace: Yes l'm sorry, l regret that You ran away But shooting at you certainly didn't help matters Of course not You're, far, far too stubborn.. Grace to her father: lf you don't want to kill me then why did you come? Father to Grace: Our last conversation the one in which you told me what it was you didn't like about me never really concluded as you ran away l should be allowed to tell you what l don't like about you That l believe would be a rule of polite conversation, you know Grace to her father: That's why you showed up? Father to Grace: And you call me stubborn.. Grace to her father: You're sure you're not here to force me to go back and become like you? Father to Grace: lf l thought there was a chance of forcing you but of course that will never happen You are more more than welcome to return home and become my daughter again anytime and l would even begin to share my power and responsibility with you if you did .. Not that you care... Grace to her father: So what is it? What is it, the thing... the thing that you don't like about me? Father to Grace: lt was a word you used that provoked me You called me arrogant. Grace to her father: To plunder as it were a God given right l'd call that arrogant, daddy! Father to Grace: But that is exactly what l don't like about you lt is you that is arrogant! Grace to her father: That's what you came here say? l'm not the one passing judgment, Daddy, you are Father to Grace: No, you do not pass judgment because you sympathize with them A deprived childhood and a homicide really isn't necessarily a homicide, right? The only thing you can blame is circumstances Rapists and murderers may be the victims according to you, but l call them dogs and if they're lapping up their own vomit the only way to stop them is with the lash. Grace to her father: But dogs only obey their own nature So why shouldn't we forgive them? Father to Grace: Dogs can be taught many useful things but not if we forgive them every time they obey their own nature. Grace to her father: So, l'm arrogant l'm arrogant because l forgive people? Father to Grace: My God Can't you see how condescending you are when you say that? You have this preconceived notion that nobody, listen, that nobody can't possibly attain the same high ethical standards as you so you exonerate them l can not think of anything more arrogant than that You, my child... my dear child you forgive others with excuses that you would never in the world permit for yourself. Grace to her father: Why shouldn't l be merciful? Why? Father to Grace: No, no, no You should, you should be merciful when there is time to be merciful But you must maintain your own standard You owe them that You owe them that The penalty you deserve for your transgressions they deserve for their transgressions.. Grace to her father: - they are human beings Father to Grace: - No, no, no Does every human being need to be accountable for their actions? Of course they do But you don't even give them that chance And that is extremely arrogant l love you, l love you l love you to death But you are the most arrogant person l have ever met And you call me arrogant! l have no more to say. Grace to her father: You are arrogant, l'm arrogant You've said it, now you can leave Father to Grace: And without my daughter, l suppose? Grace: Uhm... Father: - l said without my daughter? Grace: - Hmm, yes! Father: - Well - Yes Well, you decide, you decide Grace, they say you are having some trouble here..? Grace: No No more trouble than back home Father: l'll give you a little time to think about this Perhaps you will change your mind... Grace: l won't.. Father to Grace: Listen, my love... power is not so bad... l am sure that you can find a way to make use of it in your own fashion... Take a walk and think about it. Grace to her father: The people who live here are doing their best under very hard circumstances... Father to Grace: lf you say so, Grace But is their best really good enough? Do they love you? I do love you. * * * * * * * Grace had already thought for a long time She had known that if she were not shot when the gangsters arrived she would be faced with her father's suggestion that she return to become a conspirator with him and his gang of thugs and felons and she did not need any walk to reconsider her response to that Even though the difference between the people she knew back home and the people she'd met in Dogville had proven somewhat slighter than she'd expected Grace looked at the gooseberry bushes so fragile in the smooth darkness lt was good to know that if you did not treat them ill they would be there come spring as always and come summer they'd again be bursting with the quite incomprehensible quantity of berries that were so good in pies specially with cinnamon Grace looked around at the frightened faces behind the windowpanes that were following her every step and felt ashamed of being part of inflicting that fear How could she ever hate them for what was at bottom merely their weakness? She would probably have done things like those that had befallen her if she'd lived in one of these houses to measure them by her own yardstick as her father put it Would she not, in all honesty have done the same as Chuck and Vera and Ben and Mrs. Henson and Tom and all these people in their houses? Grace paused And while she did, the clouds scattered and let the moonlight through and Dogville underwent another of those little changes of light lt was if the light, previously so merciful and faint finally refused to cover up for the town any longer Suddenly you could no longer imagine a berry that would appear one day on a gooseberry bush but only see the thorn that was there right now The light now penetrated every unevenness and flaw in the buildings... and in... the people! And all of a sudden she knew the answer to her question all to well lf she had acted like them she could not have defended a single one of her actions and could not have condemned them harshly enough lt was as if her sorrow and pain finally assumed their rightful place No What they had done was not good enough And if one had the power to put it to rights, it was one's duty to do so for the sake of the other towns For the sake of humanity And not least for the sake of the human being that was Grace herself Grace to her father: lf l went back and became your daughter again when would l be given the power you're talking about? Father to Grace: - Now? Grace to her father: - At once? Father to Grace: Why not? Grace to her father: So that would mean that l'd also take on the immediate responsibilities at once l'd be a part in the problem solving... Like the problem... of Dogville...? Father to Grace: We can start by shooting a dog and nailing it to a wall Over there beneath that lamp, for example Well, it might help... lt sometimes does. Grace to her Father: lt would only make the town more frightened, but hardly make it a better place And it could happen again Somebody happening by revealing... ...their frailty. That's what l wanna use the power for if you don't mind l wanna make this world a little better. Father: Yeah ******* One of the mobs opens the door to the cadillac: That damn kid won't shut up Says he wants to talk to you, Miss Can we just shoot him now? Grace: No, no, no let me talk to him... Grace gets out of the car to talk to Tom: What? What is it? Tom: A man can't really be blamed for being scared now, can he? Grace: No, that's true Tom: No, l'm scared, Grace l used you, and l'm sorry l am stupid, l am Maybe even arrogant sometimes... Grace: You are, Tom. Tom: Although using people is not very charming l think you have to agree that this specific illustration has surpassed all expectations lt says so much about being human lt's been painful But l think you also have to agree it has been edifying - Wouldn't you say? Grace: - Not now, Tom Not now. Grace goes back to her father: lf there is any town this world would be better without, this is it. Father to one of the gangsters: Shoot them and burn down the town Father to Grace: What? Something else, honey? Grace to her father: There is a family with kids... Do the kids first and make the mother watch Tell her you will stop if she can hold back her tears l owe her that l'm afraid she cries a little too easily.. Father to Grace: We've better get you out of here l'm afraid, you've learned far too much already.. Are you cold, Sweetie Do you need a wrap? Grace: l'm fine... Father to Grace: You want the curtains opened? You don't need them anymore What do you think? Grace: l think we should open them l think it's appropriate The slaughter in Dogville: No! No, no Oh, God, no! No, no, no! - Mom, dad! - No! - Dad! - No! Mom! Mom! Mom help! Help! Mom! Tom, the last surviving resident of Dogville to Grace: Bingo Grace! Bingo! l have to tell you, your illustration beat the hell out of mine lt's frightening, yes but so clear Do you think that l can allow myself to use it as a inspiration in my writing...? Grace holding a gun at Toms temple: Goodbye, Tom. Grace shoots Tom. Grace to her father: Some things you have to do yourself. Father to Grace: Really? That one you're gonna have to explain to me on the way home... *************************** Suddenly there was a noise Not so persuasive and powerful as it had been on one rainy night in spring but loud enough to work its way through the final sighs of the timber that was rapidly burning out lt came again Everyone heard it Grace was the first to recognize it.. Grace: That's Moses That's Moses, she said and jumped out of the car She quickly covered the distance to the dog pen over what now the buildings were gone could scarcely be called a street and certainly not Elm Street as there wasn't a tree left on Dogville's little mountain ledge let alone an elm lt was Moses His survival was astonishing a miracle. One of the gangsters wants to shoot Moses and Grace says: No, no No, just let him be They will have spotted the flames in Georgetown by now Some one will come and find him He's just angry because l once took his bone... Whether Grace left Dogville or on the contrary Dogville had left her and the world in general is a question of a more artful nature that few would benefit from by asking and even fewer by providing an answer And nor indeed will it be answered here!

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          • Farewell J.R // Night Wolves


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            Directed, Shot and Edited by Brendan Canty and Conal Thomson of Feel Good Lost http://www.feelgoodlost.me Staring: Emmet O'Riabhaigh Gerard Mulholland Caroline Kennedy 'Night Wolves' is taken from the forthcoming 'Health' EP. It is available for free download here: http://soundcloud.com/farewelljr/night-wolves 'Health' will be released on the 11th March through Talking Shop Records on limited 12" Vinyl & Digital iTunes: http://bit.ly/10hZ5YX Pre-Order on 12" vinyl from Record Store (signed) - http://bit.ly/XILXfI Rough Trade - http://bit.ly/104Zii6 www.twitter.com/farewelljr www.facebook.com/FarewellJR www.facebook.com/TalkingShopRecords

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            • GOOD LIFE \ Short Film


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              The Girl’s tenth birthday. A perfectly lovely dinner at a downtown restaurant with her father. Presents, candles, cake. Tonight though, it is she who will take care of him. www.ChrisWhiteHQ.com

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              • Daddy Daughter


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                A short clip of a proud papa. Music: The Monkees "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You."

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                • Reunion (short film 2011)


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                  Alex goes home after work to be reunited with his daughter again after 25 years. He had to leave her as a child. But on his way there, he hears a scream and finds his colleague unconscious on the floor. "Reunion" on IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2232984/ This film was produced, directed and edited by Wesley Versteeg, VIP3Rmedia. And executive produced by Mike Versteeg, COMBIFILMS. This was made during my study at Narafi film school in Brussels, Belgium.

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                  • Daughter - "Love" (Live from St Giles in the Fields Church)


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                    On the 8th December 2011 Daughter (Elena Tonra, Igor Haefeli & Remi Aguilella) curated an evening of music at St. Giles in the Fields' Church, London. This video showcases the band - alongside additional guitarist David Jorgensen - performing 'Love', the closing track from their 'The Wild Youth' EP. For more information visit: http://www.facebook.com/ohdaughter Directed / Edited by Babysweet Filmed by Gregg Houston and Jem Parks Audio mixed by Paddy Baird

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                    • Daughter : Love (Live from St Giles in the Field Church)


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                      On the 8th December 2011 Daughter curated an evening of music featuring themselves and four other bands held at St. Giles in the Fields' Church, London. At the sold-out venue they performed tracks from across both Extended Plays, His Young heart and The Wild Youth. This video showcases "Love" taken from "The Wild Youth" which can be bought at www.ohdaughter.bandcamp.com Here is a link to the cut of "Youth" from the same event: http://vimeo.com/33562759 Directed / Edited by Babysweet Filmed by Gregg Houston and Jem Parks Audio mixed by Paddy Baird For more films: www.babysweetsessions.com

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