1. The Scrapper


    from Thomas Strand Added 206 1 4

    Scrappers like Douglas are part of a growing underground economy that picks through the cities detritus in search of metal to exchange for cash at the many bustling scrap yards.

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    • "God's" Series Intro


      from Port City Community Church Added 1,108 16 4

      Series Intro for "God's" series at portcitychurch.org. ------ Directed by: Parrish Stikeleather & Evan Vetter Written by Evan Vetter Director of Photography: Evan Vetter Crew: Ben McCoy, Adrienne Harvey, Zach Hunt, Luke Brown, Joey Connolley, Jesse Bond, & Rachael Parker Featured Talent: JR Jones, Rachael Parker, Robert Hufham, Dennis Hufham, Cole Stikeleather, Ben McCoy, Adrienne Harvey, Jesse Bond, Joey Connolley Special Thanks to: Costco, Matt Davis, Chris Davis, Sunset Lighting & The Aughinbaugh Family Filmed with the Canon 7D

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      • Lion logo illustration


        from Carlos Fernandez Added 881 8 4

        My work building a new logo for Phillips Acquisitions.

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        • New York in February


          from 12m2 Studio Added 1,657 21 4

          A short video of our trip to New York in Frebruary 2012. Includes footage from Roosevelt Island, Manhattan and Brooklyn. Shot whit a Nikon D7000. Music : Eric Lau - Stand Bye

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          • No Man Believes


            from Jay McGee Added 347 1 3

            Travis Riley had lived the American Dream. But after having lost everything, he has woken this morning to do one thing: Murder His Local Banker! Only unbeknownst to him, two men plan to rob the very bank he's walked into. Will Travis become the reluctant hero? Or will he bring to fruition his dark plan? No Man Believes - Cinematography by Martin Sellers

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            • Generation Zero - Teaser 2


              from Citizens United Added 22.8K 3 3

              The current economic crisis is not a failure of capitalism, but a failure of culture. Generation Zero explores the cultural roots of the global financial meltdown - beginning with the narcissism of the 1960's, spreading like a virus through the self-indulgent 90's, and exploding across the world in the present economic cataclysm. Generation Zero goes beneath the shallow media headlines and talking head sound bites to get to the source of today's economic nightmare. With a cutting edge style and haunting imagery, this must see documentary will change everything you thought you knew about Wall Street and Washington. Featuring experts, authors, and pundits from across the political spectrum, Generation Zero exposes the little told story of how the mindset of the baby boomers sowed the seeds of economic disaster that will be reaped by coming generations.

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              • TWO-MINUTE TALKING POINT - Why it’s easy to plunder billions by Alex Plough


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                "This failure to reverse the illegal flow of public money into developed countries and offshore financial centers has real consequences for the world’s poorest." -- Alex Plough 2' TALKING POINT is produced by Thomson Reuters Foundation. It presents a pressing issue or a news item developed with a personal touch by Thomson Reuters Foundation correspondents, in two minutes or less. Transcript: Activists are nervously hopeful that at next week’s G8 meeting, British Prime Minister David Cameron will unveil new corporate transparency rules to take on the multi billion pound tax evasion industry. If properly implemented, strict new laws ending the use of anonymous ‘shell’ companies would make it more difficult for criminals to clean their dirty money. But the same jurisdictions used to dodge tax also attract corrupt officials looking for a place to launder their looted wealth. I recently spoke to serving and former police officers with decades of experience investigating financial crime. They claim that civil servants in rich economies are hindering the global anti-money laundering effort and there is a lack of political will to pursue and return stolen funds. The cost to developing countries is immense. The World Bank estimates that they lose $20 to $40 billion each year through corruption. But by 2009 only $5 billion had been returned in the previous 15 years. This failure to reverse the illegal flow of public money into developed countries and offshore financial centers has real consequences for the world’s poorest. Unfortunately for the victims, Britain is seen as one of the worst countries to deal with when trying to recover stolen assets stashed in its financial system. Civil society groups warn that unless asset recovery becomes a political priority, there is little deterrent for corrupt officials and Britain will continue to be a safe haven for hiding illicit wealth. Filming/editing: Shanshan Chen Creative direction: Claudine Boeglin More on: trust.org 2013 © Thomson Reuters Foundation

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                • Weekly Address: Holding Wall Street Accountable


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                  The strongest consumer protections ever. Bringing transparency to financial dealings. Closing loopholes to stop recklessness and irresponsibility. Holding Wall Street accountable and giving shareholders new power in the financial system. President Obama lays out what Wall Street Reform is about, and questions whether opposition from the Senate Republican Leader might have something to do with his recent meeting with Wall Street executives.

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                  • Gold vs. The US Dollar


                    from Rich Dad Added 3,971 10 3

                    Robert Kiyosaki, at the Gold vs US Dollar event, talks about how the mind set of "going to school" needs to change.

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