1. 1x04 - La Estructura - LSO, la serie web

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    from La Serie Online / Added

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    www.laserieonline.com El día ha empezado mal en la productora. Manu quiere saber qué ha pasado, pero para ello necesita que todos le cuenten su punto de vista. Marco nos enseña cómo la estructura es algo vital para el desarrollo de un guión. Va a ser lo que dé la forma a nuestra historia. ENGLISH & ITALIAN SUBTITLES youtube.com/laserieonline

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    • Urban Explorers (1999)

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      from Rodosone / Added

      385 Plays / / 1 Comment

      BIO: Physical Mental Concrete (1997), Why Walk (1998) and Urban Explorers (1999) were three skate videos I released while I was studying a Bachelor Degree and the School O Fine Arts in Hobart, Tasmania. These were produced during the Video 8 and then Hi-8 days of analog tape and reel to reel master tapes. The equipment by todays standards were pre-historic! Video Production at the Art School was still in its infant stages, preceeding multi-media studies, so obviously it was very time consuming to log and edit. I was heavily influenced by the big videos of the time (e.g Eastern Exposure's, Toy Machine's "Welcome To Hell" and Zero's "Thrill Of It All", and drew great inspiration from the rawness of Dan Wolfe's filming and Jamie Thomas' "get in close" style. From what I knew there wasn't really anyone else constantly filming in Tasmania in this time frame (however I later found out Chris Snare in the North of the state kept the fire burning). The skate scene had fluctuated for a long time, and these vids were filmed just as it was starting to pick up again. These vids featured all the well know (in Tassie anyway?!) skaters of the era such as Sean Holland, Joe Beecroft, Redvers Beard R.I.P, Paul Evans, a young Tom Cuthbertson, and Tyrus Mason. There's even a few snippets of the occasional pro sighting (very rare in Tas), such as Bob Burnquist, who was relatively unknown at the time. Most of the spots are long gone, and it was well before the time of easily accessible parks that were actually built okay. These 3 videos were never released outside of Tasmania and came out on VHS, so excuse the lo-resolution. So with out any greater fanfare please kick back, blow the dust off the VCR and step back to a time in one of the world's most southern skate scenes! Cheers, Duncan Ewington

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      • Why Walk (1998)

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        from Rodosone / Added

        337 Plays / / 2 Comments

        BIO: Physical Mental Concrete (1997), Why Walk (1998) and Urban Explorers (1999) were three skate videos I released while I was studying a Bachelor Degree and the School O Fine Arts in Hobart, Tasmania. These were produced during the Video 8 and then Hi-8 days of analog tape and reel to reel master tapes. The equipment by todays standards were pre-historic! Video Production at the Art School was still in its infant stages, preceeding multi-media studies, so obviously it was very time consuming to log and edit. I was heavily influenced by the big videos of the time (e.g Eastern Exposure's, Toy Machine's "Welcome To Hell" and Zero's "Thrill Of It All", and drew great inspiration from the rawness of Dan Wolfe's filming and Jamie Thomas' "get in close" style. From what I knew there wasn't really anyone else constantly filming in Tasmania in this time frame (however I later found out Chris Snare in the North of the state kept the fire burning). The skate scene had fluctuated for a long time, and these vids were filmed just as it was starting to pick up again. These vids featured all the well know (in Tassie anyway?!) skaters of the era such as Sean Holland, Joe Beecroft, Redvers Beard R.I.P, Paul Evans, a young Tom Cuthbertson, and Tyrus Mason. There's even a few snippets of the occasional pro sighting (very rare in Tas), such as Bob Burnquist, who was relatively unknown at the time. Most of the spots are long gone, and it was well before the time of easily accessible parks that were actually built okay. These 3 videos were never released outside of Tasmania and came out on VHS, so excuse the lo-resolution. So with out any greater fanfare please kick back, blow the dust off the VCR and step back to a time in one of the world's most southern skate scenes! Cheers, Duncan Ewington

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        • Physical Mental Concrete (1997)

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          from Rodosone / Added

          362 Plays / / 2 Comments

          BIO: Physical Mental Concrete (1997), Why Walk (1998) and Urban Explorers (1999) were three skate videos I released while I was studying a Bachelor Degree and the School O Fine Arts in Hobart, Tasmania. These were produced during the Video 8 and then Hi-8 days of analog tape and reel to reel master tapes. The equipment by todays standards were pre-historic! Video Production at the Art School was still in its infant stages, preceeding multi-media studies, so obviously it was very time consuming to log and edit. I was heavily influenced by the big videos of the time (e.g Eastern Exposure's, Toy Machine's "Welcome To Hell" and Zero's "Thrill Of It All", and drew great inspiration from the rawness of Dan Wolfe's filming and Jamie Thomas' "get in close" style. From what I knew there wasn't really anyone else constantly filming in Tasmania in this time frame (however I later found out Chris Snare in the North of the state kept the fire burning). The skate scene had fluctuated for a long time, and these vids were filmed just as it was starting to pick up again. These vids featured all the well know (in Tassie anyway?!) skaters of the era such as Sean Holland, Joe Beecroft, Redvers Beard R.I.P, Paul Evans, a young Tom Cuthbertson, and Tyrus Mason. There's even a few snippets of the occasional pro sighting (very rare in Tas), such as Bob Burnquist, who was relatively unknown at the time. Most of the spots are long gone, and it was well before the time of easily accessible parks that were actually built okay. These 3 videos were never released outside of Tasmania and came out on VHS, so excuse the lo-resolution. So with out any greater fanfare please kick back, blow the dust off the VCR and step back to a time in one of the world's most southern skate scenes! Cheers, Duncan Ewington

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          • WILDLIFE of THE DESERT

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            from Epher Heilland / Added

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            First in a series of three music videos, all shot within a day, using a dozen cameras running simultaneously. Formats: VHS, Hi8, Digital8, Super8, MiniDV, HDV, HD. live performance by ....................The Winks directed & produced by ............... Epher Heilland cinematography by...................... Ian Macmillan editing & visual conception by ...... Amélie Labrèche art director................................. Marie-Éve Bolduc camera assistant......................... Daniel Duranleau gaffer....................................... Olivier Labonté-Lemoyne hair........................................... Dominic Miliziano makeup..................................... Jasa Baka + Dominic Miliziano

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            • Motel Jezebel

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              from andrew kuykendall / Added

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              COMUNE/Drop City video advertisement (www.thecomune.com) images/ edit - www.andrewkuykendall.com model - kelley ash @ Q models song - portishead

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              • Short Form Passage

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                from Cassie Cohn / Added

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                This an experimental video addressing memory and coming of age that I created using layered DV video, Hi8, photographs and an old school security camera for the electronic musical duo Polyphasic for their video release: Multiphasic.

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                • Saunooke

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                  from videOtherwise / Added

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                  Hi8 to digital @ the Cherokee reservation in N.C. 1989.

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                  • Prelude to a Storm

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                    from Courtney Fathom Sell Official / Added

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                    'Prelude to a Storm' - A Short Film by Courtney Sell. 2010 http://www.courtneysell.com

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                    • Highlights Marxism Festival 2010

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                      from Myndz Community / Added

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                      Snippets from discussions, debates, workshops,panels,film showings and rallies that took place on the recently concluded "Ideas to change the World" - marxism festival. Longer and more specific clips and on going forums can be found: http://www.myndz-community.com/blog http://www.marxismfestival.org.uk/

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