1. Eat Pway Wuv


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    Elizabeth Gilbert, the writer of Eat Pray Love, with an Elmer Fudd accent.

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    • Elizabeth Gilbert - Your Elusive Creative Genius (Animated)


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      Here's a short animation of the TED talk "Your Elusive Creative Genius" by Elizabeth Gilbert. It's only a minute long, but the original talk is somewhere around 18 minutes.

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      • Jack Hargreaves ~ Dorset buttons


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        How buttons were made in the villages before mechanisation. 'What there is in a button' wrote Charles Dickens in 1852 in Household Words, a Victorian weekly journal. In this half episode of one of Jack Hargreaves' 'Out of Town' series first broadcast in the 1970s he shows Elizabeth Gilbert making buttons by hand in Twyford, a village a few miles south of Shaftesbury in Dorset. He talks of the days when button-making was a cottage industry - the traditional form of manufacture before the Industrial Revolution replaced the rural family out-worker with factory based machines as part of the expansion of the Britain's industrial cities. The film shows casting, laying, rounding techniques and explains such button types as the high top, knob, crosswheel and Blandford cartwheel as well as the impact of mass production on traditional country households in the once thriving village. This clip, based on 16mm film is posted on Vimeo by JH's stepson, Simon, in anticipation of being able to upload other films from the 'Out of Town' on Southern Television and, in this case, an episode of 'Old Country' on Channel 4 - available because people have been kind enough to donate tapes they'd recorded on their video players - not commonplace when this film was aired live. Apologies for the quality and much gratitude for the gift of the VHS tape. Director: Steve Wade, cameraman: Steve Wagstaff

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          Sarah Burleton, David Allen, Katrina Smith, Lawrence Polsky, Tania Ahsan, Rhonda Byrne, Lee Pryor, Susan Cain, Daniel H. Pink, Timothy Ferriss, Kyle Richards, Napoleon Hill, David Tuffley, Arnold Bennett, Matt Patterson, Mike Dow, Scott Adams, Arthur B. Markman, Eric Watterson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Eckhart Tolle, John Pryor, Melody Beattie, Peter Taylor, Francine Jay, Cheryl Shireman, Howard Fast,

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          • The "Skybrary"


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            A completely original library, referred to as the "Skybrary" by owner and author Elizabeth Gilbert. The glossy black attic floors of her eighteenth century Italianate home appears as water or a dark sky, reflecting China white, vine like, whimsical, Dr Seuss / Gaudi inspired bookshelves. Almost three years has created 1/5 of a mile of hand carved shelves which morphs into cabinetry, back into shelves, transforms to a daybed, back to shelves, shapeshifting into... well, more later.

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            • Elizabeth Gilbert in Berlin


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              Directing, camera, editing (2010). Language: English.

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              • LIVE Shorts: JOHN HODGMAN in conversation with ELIZABETH GILBERT


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                John Hodgman interviews Elizabeth Gilbert on the occasion of the re-release of her grandmother's cookbook, which she describes as "more Dorothy Parker than Betty Crocker".

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                • Elizabeth Gilbert: Am I Done Writing? | GRID10


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                  It was her own divorce that led Elizabeth Gilbert, the versatile magazine writer, novelist, and short-story author, to write about a woman's search for everything that can bring happiness. Her 2006 memoir Eat Pray Love became a smash hit, selling 7 million copies worldwide. She’s been listed by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world, and is now portrayed by Julia Roberts in the film adaptation of her story. Her new book, Committed, is about daring to get married again. Here, GRID Curator Stefan Mehr interviews Elizabeth Gilbert after her talk.

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                  • Elizabeth Gilbert @ 5x15


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                    27th April 2014, Wilton's Music Hall Elizabeth Gilbert is the acclaimed author of five books of fiction and non-fiction. She attended New York University, where she studied political science by day and worked on her short stories by night. She is best known for her 2006 bestseller Eat, Pray, Love, which has sold over ten million copies worldwide and was adapted into a film. Her short story collection Pilgrims was nominated for the PEN/Hemingway Award, her novel Stern Men was a New York Times Notable Book and The Last American Man, her biography of Eustace Conway, was a finalist for the National Book Award. Her 2010 book Committed was a Number One New York Times bestseller. She was nominated for the Wellcome Book Prize 2014 for her novel The Signature of All Things. It is a big novel about a big century, soaring across the globe from London, to Peru, to Philadelphia, to Tahiti, to Amsterdam. Peopled with extraordinary characters – missionaries, abolitionists, adventurers, astronomers, sea captains, geniuses and the quite mad – most of all it has an unforgettable heroine in Alma Whittaker, a woman of the Enlightened Age who stands defiantly on the cusp of the modern.

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                    • The Signature of All Things -- Official Book Trailer


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                      ON SALE: OCTOBER 1, 2013 Elizabeth Gilbert’s first novel in twelve years is an extraordinary story of botany, exploration and desire, spanning across much of the 19th century. For more information visit: http://www.elizabethgilbert.com/

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