1. Big Freedia - Y'all Get Back Now


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    Directed by: Bob Weisz & Josh Ente Label: Scion Audio/Visual A PeopleMover & Court 13 Production Produced by: Casey Coleman & Michael Gottwald Cinematography by: Jake Springfield Costumes by: Rachel Dainer-Best Editing & Visual Effects by: Bob Weisz & Casey Coleman With added production help from: Gordon D. Bell, Alana Pryor Ackerman, Derek Xerxes Ustruck, Milo Mandrake Daemgen, Ashley Brett Chipman, & Charlotte Wan Dean.

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    • Ghost Productions - National Geographic Channel Reel - Inside Extraordinary Humans


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      Ghost Productions produced over 34 minutes of 3D animated footage for the National Geographic Channel documentary series, "Inside Extraordinary Humans." Aired in July and September of '07, the animation that Ghost Productions produced helped to tell the amazing stories of giants, dwarves, and even conjoined twins: how these conditions are spurned, how these individuals develop, and the subsequent effects on the human body. The diversity of human anatomy and physiology is truly amazing!

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      • 120 Minutes


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        What would you do if you were diagnosed with an incredibly rare, and potentially fatal disease? Jason Duffy was faced with this dilemma in 2010, and in 120 Minutes we follow his journey as he prepares to undergo brain surgery, in the hope of removing the tumours that have lead him to acquire the condition 'Acromegaly' - sometimes referred to as 'Gigantism'. Watch him as he attempts to gain knowledge and understanding of this disease which affects 2-4 in every million people worldwide, and laugh with him as he illustrates the comical and irresponsible representation of Acromegaly in some media outlets in the past.

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        • Kristy Curry-Rogers, Paleontologist: How Dinosaurs Grew


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          Kristi Curry-Rogers looks inside fossil dinosaur bones to learn how quickly dinosaurs grew.

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          • The Science of Gigantism on the National Geographic Channel


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            The Science of Gigantism on the National Geographic Channel. I do not own this video. I do not own any portions of this video. This video is property of the National Geographic channel

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