1. Be a Whistleblower for Peace

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    Falling Whistles gives a small window into our world’s largest war. Originally just a journal written about boys sent to the frontlines of war armed with only a whistle, readers forwarded it with the same kind of urgency in which it was written and demanded to know – what can we do? The Falling Whistles campaign launched with a simple response - make their weapon your voice and be a whistleblower for peace in Congo. Read the story and buy the whistle. Proceeds will help restore the lives of war-affected kids. Share their story and speak up for them. Together, we'll become the voice of a growing coalition for peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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    • LICHTFAKTOR - Live Performance at Lichterloh Festival 2009

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      http://www.LICHTFAKTORlive.com feat. OptiX and Goma at the "Lichterloh" Fire & Light Festival 2009 in Hachenburg, it's our first public live performance. More to come... sound by http://thegreenman.de special thanks to http://nadineelfenbein.com more at http://www.lichtfaktor.com/event/show

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      • Paparazzi #3_ Tortura Mental

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        Paparazzi #3 es tal vez un modelo de trabajo pocas veces antes practicado en producciones audiovisuales de skate chileno e incomprendido aún. 3 años y medios de filmación y postproducción que dieron a luz el 27 de Mayo del año 2010. Un extenso y ambicioso proyecto con el único afán de ser un aporte y una entrega decente a la escena nacional, teniendo en cuenta que el resultado final perfecto, no lo fue. Con el soporte de 7 protagonistas y un sin fin de amigos presentes y no en el video, se lograron obtener 60 minutos del buen nivel que existe. Comenzando con la presentación, la que a través de un montaje introduce lo que sería la temática del resto del video: una rutina diaria que agota, tanto a civiles como a skaters. Un material preciso y difícil de obtener, el que comenzó a filmarse a principios del año 2009. El estilo de CHRISTIAN ELIZONDO junto a la calidad de Pink Floyd y Bob Dylan eran necesarios para la primera parte del video. Con otra mente sobre el skate, PABLO MARQUEZ protagoniza la segunda parte, mostrando un skate entretenido con lo que se tiene en la calle. Una parte en la que los días y horas de filmación sólo fluyeron fue con la de FELIPE RIVERA, su estilo y técnica única daban paso a una enorme cantidad de material resumida en dos montajes con grandes amigos que no siempre se tiene la suerte de ver su skate: Patricio Vargas, Gastón Vigo, Etiel Rojas, Carlos Pino, Andrés Gatica, Diego Vargas, Labayru; entre muchos otros. Continúa el video y nos encontramos con una parte filmada en un corto período de tiempo, les hablo de RUBEN MICHILLANCA, un amigo de años que sabe lo que debe hacer. Con una mente objetiva lograba obtener su material en no más de 3 tiros por cada spot. Gracias por todo Rubén. FELIPE CASTRO es de esos skaters con una disciplina que no todos tienen, entre estudios y tiempos para el skate logramos dar con su parte trabajada durante 1 año y medio. Al igual que "Murci", GABRIEL ROCO posee un enfoque que muchos debiesen tener en Chile. Tras una serie de viajes a Perú, Brasil y Argentina su parte se acercaba a los últimos minutos del video. El encargado de cerrar años de trabajo era JUAN ALISTE, quien al igual que "Maluco", debutaba con su primera video parte a los 17 años. "Goma" sigue siendo ese niño que conocí a principios del 2007, con la humildad y tranquilidad que lo caracterizan. Feliz de saber hoy que por fin junto a su amigo Christian ya cumplen uno de sus sueños, patinar y conocer de Europa. Espero disfuten cada minuto de este trabajo tal como nosotros se lo dedicamos, Matías Márquez, Paparazzi. Producción y Dirección: Matías Márquez Edición: Matías Márquez Cámara: Matías Márquez VENTAS DVD (incluye 2 hrs. de material extra) paparatzi_vip@hotmail.com

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        • Slap In The Bass - Nada

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          Slap In The Bass return to planet No Brainer Records with the futuristic 'Nada' (NBR013). The video was shot by Thomas 'Dro' Savary and Jules Audry and cut by Dro without the use of any additional visual effects. The 'Nada/Goma EP' is out now and includes remixes by SCNTST, The Eleven and Wafa. beatport link: http://bit.ly/sBDC1Y Many many thanks to Jeanne Valette for the stencil. Canon 7D - 17-50 f/ 2,8 - 50 f/1,4 Ae http://www.nobrainerrecords.com

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          • MAMA CONGO

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            Three heroic women keep hope alive in one of the darkest corners of the world. Driven by love and compassion they face the evils of war to help others, often risking their own lives. The locals call them 'Mama' as a sign of respect. *******SUPPORT THE MAMAS******* You can support the Mamas through JOIN good forces, the Norwegian NGO backing their work. To make a donation (Paypal): http://www.joingoodforces.no/?page_id=730 To learn more: http://www.joingoodforces.no/?page_id=573 Follow the Mamas on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JOINgoodforces

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            • m3 moiré façade model

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              At 'Place Makers' exhibition, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.

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              • 48 hours with Aaron & Goma

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                Aaron Maqueda y Alex Gomez vinieron dos días a la zona de alrededor de Sant Cugat i Sant Quirze, durante el tiempo que estuvimos grabando bastante, no estoy muy contento en como ha quedado el vídeo, ya que no se porque la camara se me mueve mucho en algunos momentos, asi que es posible que haga otra versión mas tarde... Edit and filming: Jordi Llonch (Sony Vegas Pro 9) Song: Mr. Jones- MIKE JONES Riders: Aaron Maqueda & Alex Gomez (Goma)

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                • Why Congo Matters

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                  After spending a month in the Democratic Republic of Congo, I find myself speaking most often about the numbers: 5.4 million dead, 2,000 rapes per month, 17,000 UN soldiers, a war that started 15 years ago (or more?)....  And suddenly, the conflict seems impossibly huge, unsolvable, tragic, and remote. It is easy to forget that numbers are symbols, representing real people who take up an actual, physical space; who walk the down the dirt roads at sunset and carry water from the river, just as they did when I was there.  Numbers are a simple way to measure what has been lost. But we also lose something in the counting. We begin to think we know the exact dimensions of a problem, and then, we file it away to be solved later, somewhere between running out of milk and global warming. For a number to be useful, it should have a beating heart and a face. It should collect names and remind us of something in ourselves. A number should challenge us to unravel it, to give it a smell (the earthy jungle undergrowth), a color (the black volcanic dust), a taste (papaya), and a sound (the 'snap' of a green bean). Each death, each rape in Congo, happens in a moment when the sun is either up or down, when the rain has started or stopped, when a small phrase was uttered, or a glance exchanged. The numbers can tell us something about how often it has happened, but almost nothing about how. Or who. With a story this big, and so little public awareness of it, I started to ask myself, Does Congo matter? I don't know. I guess that's hard to measure. It matters to the people who live there. It matters to me. . . . The statistics used in this video can be found in the following reports: UNICEF Country Statistics http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/drcongo_statistics.html#61 International Rescue Committee Mortality in the DRC, An Ongoing Crisis http://www.theirc.org/special-report/congo-forgotten-crisis.html International Committee of the Red Cross Survey on the Impact of Armed Conflict on Civilians http://icrc.org/web/eng/siteeng0.nsf/html/views-from-field-report-congo-kinshasa-230609 . . . www.emilytroutman.blogspot.com www.emilytroutman.com www.twitter.com/emilytroutman . . FOR FASTER LOADING, TURN "HD OFF" BY SELECTING LOGO ON PLAYBACK SCREEN . .

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                  • SAL | Surf At Lisbon Film Fest | 2013

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                    SAL | Surf At Lisbon Film Fest | 2013 2ª Edição Festival Internacional de Cinema de Surf De 27 a 30 de Junho de 2013 o Cinema São Jorge em Lisboa vai receber a segunda edição de um festival anual que pretende celebrar o Surf, Cinema, Arte e Lifestyle. 2nd Edition of the International Surf Film Festival in Portugal From the 27th to 30th of June 2013, the second edition of SAL | Surf At Lisbon Film Fest will be staged at Cinema São Jorge, in Lisbon Portugal, bringing together Film, Art, Photography and Lifestyle. SAL Film Fest is an anual event dedicated to preserving and communicating the spirit of Surfing. Video Made By: Hugo Almeida https://vimeo.com/hugoalmeidavideos

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                    • Slap In The Bass - Nada

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                      Slap In The Bass return to planet No Brainer Records with the futuristic 'Nada' (NBR013). The video was shot by Thomas 'Dro' Savary and Jules Audry and cut by Dro without the use of any additional visual effects. The 'Nada/Goma EP' is out now and includes remixes by SCNTST, The Eleven and Wafa. beatport link: http://bit.ly/sBDC1Y Canon 7D - 17-50 f/ 2,8 - 50 f/1,4 Ae http://www.nobrainerrecords.com

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