1. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights


    from Seth Brau / Added

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    www.humanrightsactioncenter.org Created by Seth Brau Produced by Amy Poncher Music by Rumspringa courtesy Cantora Records

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    • Kings of Convenience - Mrs. Cold


      from François Nemeta / Added

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      directed by François Nemeta - 2009 prod ADN factory (c) Mawlaw 388 - Source UK #All my videos for Kings of Convenience on this page : http://wp.me/p2LrDz-Z . ENJOY !

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      • COLD


        from Westland Armitage / Added

        A (brief, bra)d overview of Cold War politic.

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        • Restoration Declaration


          from Kathryn Davenel / Added

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          Restoration Declaration is a stop motion film, composed of 800+ photos, conveying an environmental message through the waste. This film took about 300 hours to create and lead to my living room looking like a dumpster for approximately three months. The previous film trials helped me realize that the use of food as garbage is NOT an option. Spring 2010 showcased at Minutefest and Art Directors Club BFA Portfolio Exhibition Fall 2010 Published in Applied Arts Magazine

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          • A Valentine Song for Lisa


            from Brandon Ray / Added

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            My lady's studying abroad, so I wrote her a song for V-Day.

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            • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 16


              from Thomas Patti / Added

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              Special Projects project. I was responsible for the animation. The audio on here is a temp track and will be done by a different person.

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              • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 23


                from Thomas Patti / Added

                39 Plays / / 1 Comment

                Special Projects project. I was responsible for the animation. The audio is a temp track, and will be completed by a different person.

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                • Promises Don't Feed 2 - Amnesty International


                  from Rodrigo Fernandes / Added

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                  In 2000 the Millenium Declaration was accepted, where states promised to end poverty by 2015. 10 years after the Summit they are far from achieving it. Amnesty International is the lead organisation in campaigning for states to keep their promises.

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                  • C27


                    from Adam Zivo / Added

                    117 Plays / / 1 Comment

                    Promo video for an event run by the City of Toronto.

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                    • Untitled


                      from Copyratul Roman / Added

                      49 Plays / / 1 Comment

                      A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace by John Perry Barlow Governments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind. On behalf of the future, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather. We have no elected government, nor are we likely to have one, so I address you with no greater authority than that with which liberty itself always speaks. I declare the global social space we are building to be naturally independent of the tyrannies you seek to impose on us. You have no moral right to rule us nor do you possess any methods of enforcement we have true reason to fear. Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed. You have neither solicited nor received ours. We did not invite you. You do not know us, nor do you know our world. Cyberspace does not lie within your borders. Do not think that you can build it, as though it were a public construction project. You cannot. It is an act of nature and it grows itself through our collective actions. You have not engaged in our great and gathering conversation, nor did you create the wealth of our marketplaces. You do not know our culture, our ethics, or the unwritten codes that already provide our society more order than could be obtained by any of your impositions. You claim there are problems among us that you need to solve. You use this claim as an excuse to invade our precincts. Many of these problems don't exist. Where there are real conflicts, where there are wrongs, we will identify them and address them by our means. We are forming our own Social Contract . This governance will arise according to the conditions of our world, not yours. Our world is different. Cyberspace consists of transactions, relationships, and thought itself, arrayed like a standing wave in the web of our communications. Ours is a world that is both everywhere and nowhere, but it is not where bodies live. We are creating a world that all may enter without privilege or prejudice accorded by race, economic power, military force, or station of birth. We are creating a world where anyone, anywhere may express his or her beliefs, no matter how singular, without fear of being coerced into silence or conformity. Your legal concepts of property, expression, identity, movement, and context do not apply to us. They are all based on matter, and there is no matter here. Our identities have no bodies, so, unlike you, we cannot obtain order by physical coercion. We believe that from ethics, enlightened self-interest, and the commonweal, our governance will emerge . Our identities may be distributed across many of your jurisdictions. The only law that all our constituent cultures would generally recognize is the Golden Rule. We hope we will be able to build our particular solutions on that basis. But we cannot accept the solutions you are attempting to impose. In the United States, you have today created a law, the Telecommunications Reform Act, which repudiates your own Constitution and insults the dreams of Jefferson, Washington, Mill, Madison, DeToqueville, and Brandeis. These dreams must now be born anew in us. You are terrified of your own children, since they are natives in a world where you will always be immigrants. Because you fear them, you entrust your bureaucracies with the parental responsibilities you are too cowardly to confront yourselves. In our world, all the sentiments and expressions of humanity, from the debasing to the angelic, are parts of a seamless whole, the global conversation of bits. We cannot separate the air that chokes from the air upon which wings beat. In China, Germany, France, Russia, Singapore, Italy and the United States, you are trying to ward off the virus of liberty by erecting guard posts at the frontiers of Cyberspace. These may keep out the contagion for a small time, but they will not work in a world that will soon be blanketed in bit-bearing media. Your increasingly obsolete information industries would perpetuate themselves by proposing laws, in America and elsewhere, that claim to own speech itself throughout the world. These laws would declare ideas to be another industrial product, no more noble than pig iron. In our world, whatever the human mind may create can be reproduced and distributed infinitely at no cost. The global conveyance of thought no longer requires your factories to accomplish. These increasingly hostile and colonial measures place us in the same position as those previous lovers of freedom and self-determination who had to reject the authorities of distant, uninformed powers. We must declare our virtual selves immune to your sovereignty, even as we continue to consent to your rule over our bodies. We will spread ourselves across the Planet so that no one can arrest our thoughts. We will create a civilization of the Mind in Cyberspace. May it be more humane and fair than the world your governments have made before. Davos, Switzerland February 8, 1996

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