1. We Were Wanderers On A Prehistoric Earth

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    We Were Wanderers is our ode to the incredible flora and fauna of Malaysia. Filming Locations: Taman Negara National Park Cameron Highlands We would like to thank the amazing people of Malaysia for their hospitality and in particular a big thank you to Anne, Dava, Kumar and Rooslee (AKA Bruce Lee) for their invaluable assistance. Thanks for watching! Director/Producer/Editor - James W. Griffiths Director of Photography - Christopher Moon Sound Design and Mix - Mauricio d'Orey Music - Lennert Busch Narrator - Terry Burns The narration has been adapted from excerpts from Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad published 1899 This video is part of the Malaysia, My Journey project. See others at https://vimeo.com/channels/malaysia

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    • Joseph Conrad. Heart Of Darkness. 1899.

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      • Into The Heart

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        Short Film 2007 Darwin in the future. A border patrol squad answers a distress call from a remote outpost and heads up river... Credits: made by swingtime written & directed by Nicholas Hansen & Phillip MacDonald Liam Nesbitt as The Trooper sound design by Dave Robertson & Andrew Stevenson score by Phillip MacDonald Screened: Short Sited Film Festival, Wollongong 2008 Fistful of Films, Darwin, 2007 Awards: Best Sci Fi (Short Sited Film Fest), Best Score (Fistful of Films)

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        • The Knitting Machine. An installation inspired by Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent.

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          "It knits us in and it knits us out. It has knitted time, space, pain, death, corruption, despair and all the illusions, - and nothing matters. I'll admit however that to look at the remorseless process is sometimes amusing" Set in the space of the Old Police Station in Deptford, this interactive installation explores the connection between story-telling, terrorism, and knitting. *** Joseph Conrad was a writer obsessed with portraying the reality of experience and putting flickers of sensual impressions into words. 'The creative art of a writer of fiction may be compared to rescue work', he writes to a friend, 'carried out in darkness against cross gusts of wind swaying the action of a great multitude...this snatching of vanishing phases of turbulence out of the native obscurity into a light where the struggling forms may be seen and seized upon'. These snatched fragments of experience are tied together in a story line that makes them more tangible, and yet they remain elusive. It is a thread endlessly tied to itself, not leading anywhere in particular, but creating something like the texture of reality. In his great London novel 'The Secret Agent', this notion a fabricated structure is transposed to the level of society. The intricate network of relationships, public and private, keeps everything in place but once tangled up in it, there is no possibility of escape. The constant rattling of the machine is the tripping device for fantasies of ultimate destruction. But even if there is no way of breaking out in Conrad's vision of society, there is yet the joy of watching the great spectacle. There are no moral ends except the visions, delicious or poignant, that we take part in: 'And the unwearied self-forgetful attention to every phase of the living universe reflected in our consciousness may be our appointed task on this earth.' *** Concept by Annina Lehmann. Thanks to Zoe Wagner, Rina Soloveitchik, Jack Friswell, Jan Stöckele, Jon Warshawsky, James Ross-Harris, John Dunn, Maia Muir Wood, Thomas Moore, Ruth Forgacs, Emma Higham, Britta Lehmann and The Joseph Conrad Society. 25th-26th January 2014

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          • O Coração na Trilha | 〽 | ⌚ 2min 23s

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            Video registro do II Encontro de Trilheiros - promovido pelo Grupo Tranca Trilha (Santa Maria - RS) em Setembro de 2010. A pesquisa de referências para a produção deste video abrangeu desde os vts publicitários da NASCAR, veiculados pela FOX/USA, até os filmes de ação da década de 1970. Dirigido e fotografado por Roberto Borges e Leonardo Moreti (tvEYEfilmes team!), o video do Encontro mesclou as linguagens cinematográfica, fotojornalística e publicitária com o objetivo de potencializar o ordinário&peculiar, servindo como "meio" para contar a história. após dois dias de evento, descobrimos como pessoas, máquinas e natureza, o Passado e o Futuro, podem finalmente coexistir... e nós estivemos lá. experimentando tecnologias e sentimentos. este vt é uma aproximação do que vimos, do que sentimos. tv eye on you. http://www.trancatrilha.com.br/index1.html --- câmera: Canon 5D Mark II lente: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM --- música: Japanther - "River Phoenix" --- O título "O Coração na Trilha" é uma referência aO Coração das Trevas - excelente livro de Joseph Conrad, "traduzido" para o cinema como "Apocalipse Now" por Ford Coppola. Todos devemos lê-lo. ..."é preciso um mínimo de consciência para perceber o lado obscuro das coisas, consciência sem a qual não há sofrimento e, se não houver sofrimento, não pode haver rendição. E o que é a rendição senão observar, um sem número de vezes, que as coisas não mudam, mas podem, em instantâneos, serem flagradas?"... (extrato da crítica DEPOIS DO INFERNO, de Celia Cavalheiro publicada em Junho de 2002 na Folha de São Paulo, a respeito do assunto/tema de O Coração das Trevas e que, para nós, calha bem como uma possível definição do estilo tvEye de captar imagens)

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            • The Secret Agent

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              Here's a teaser trailer for our new show The Secret Agent. Inspired by Joseph Conrad’s classic novel, The Secret Agent will be a heartbreaking but hilarious chronicle of passion, betrayal and terrorism. Set at a time of social upheaval and growing disparity between rich and poor, at the heart of this tale is a woman fighting to protect her young brother from exploitation and violence. The Secret Agent premiers at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh in August then roars on to the Young Vic before going on tour this autumn - we hope you can come along and join us! Traverse 1, Edinburgh 6-25 August 2013 (full showtimes can be found here) Box office: www.traverse.co.uk / 0131 228 1404 Young Vic 4 – 21 September 2013 Performances: Monday to Saturday at 7:45pm / Wednesday & Saturday matinees at 2:45pm (9 Sept at 7pm) Tickets: £19.50, £10 Box office: www.youngvic.org / 020 7922 2922 West Yorkshire Playhouse 24 - 28 September 2013 Performances: 7.45pm, Thursday matinee at 2pm Tickets: £15, £12 Box office: www.wyp.org.uk / 0131 213 7700 Warwick Arts Centre 8 – 12 October 2013 Performances: 7.45pm Tickets: £24.50, £21.50, £18.50, Under 26s £10.50 Box office: www.warwickartscentre.co.uk / 024 7652 4524 Northern Stage 16 - 19 October 2013 Performances: 16th & 18th October at 8pm, 17th October at 6pm, 19th October at 2pm & 8pm Tickets: £14.50, £12 Box office: www.northernstage.co.uk / 0191 230 5151 The Drum Theatre, Plymouth 22 - 26 October 2013 Performances: 7.45pm Box office: www.theatreroyal.com / 01752 267222

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              • Heart of Darkness Promo

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                Following his massive—and massively successful—Moby Dick in Pictures, artist Matt Kish has set himself upon an equally impressive, and no less harrowing, task: illustrating each page of Joseph Conrad’s masterpiece, Heart of Darkness. Kish’s rich, imaginative drawings and paintings mirror Conrad’s original text and serve to illuminate Marlow’s journey into the heart of the Congo, and into the depths of the human soul. http://www.tinhouse.com/books/fiction-poetry/heart-of-darkness.html

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                • El corazón de las tinieblas

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                  Basado en las ilustraciones que el pintor murciano Ángel Mateo Charris realizó para la conmemoración del 150 aniversario de la publicación de El corazón de las tinieblas, de Joseph Conrad, este proyecto pretende rescatar el tono de la obra y del trabajo del pintor para ser proyectado en la muralla de Carlos III de la ciudad de Cartagena, Murcia. Co-autores: Taína Almodóvar, Elvira Ruiz, Inzar Zamriv, Pedro Benito.

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                  • Charlie Marlow y la rata gigante de Sumatra (una aventura de Sherlock Holmes) - Una novela de Alberto López Aroca

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                    Descripción “Matilda Briggs no es el nombre de una mujer joven, Watson. Es un barco que está relacionado con la rata gigante de Sumatra, un caso para el que el mundo aún no está preparado”. Sherlock Holmes en “La Aventura del vampiro de Sussex” Así nos llega la primera noticia sobre el más famoso de los casos no contados del Gran Detective de Baker Street: Ni siquiera el doctor John Watson se atrevió a recogerlo para los lectores de su tiempo. Ahora, por fin, los amantes de la aventura y los aficionados sherlockianos tendrán la oportunidad de descubrir la verdad que se oculta tras las palabras del más famoso de los investigadores de todos los tiempos, gracias a la primerísima y exclusiva edición de CHARLIE MARLOW Y LA RATA GIGANTE DE SUMATRA, una novela del celebrado Alberto López Aroca, especialista en mitología creativa, pastiches y autor de novelas como Necronomicón Z, Estudio en Esmeralda, Sherlock Holmes y los zombis de Camford o Candy City. SINOPSIS Durante una reunión improvisada en el Billiard’s Club de Londres (donde como todo el mundo sabe, nadie juega al billar), un grupo de viajeros y aventureros rememoran las andanzas del marino Charles Marlow —más conocido por ser el protagonista de la novela El corazón de las tinieblas, de Joseph Conrad, que inspiró la película Apocalypse Now—, y el viaje que el vapor volandero Friesland realizó en 1893 en busca de un barco desaparecido, el Matilda Briggs, no muy lejos de la isla de Sumatra. Marlow tendrá que llevar a cabo la búsqueda en compañía de un inglés alto, estirado y extremadamente sagaz, que se hace pasar por un explorador noruego llamado Sigerson. La pista que conduce al Matilda Briggs llevará a Marlow y a su patrón (un enviado del Club Diógenes) hasta una siniestra isla en el Índico, envuelta en una misteriosa niebla perpetua, y cuyo perfil recuerda al de un cráneo… Los sonidos de los aleteos de extrañas y feroces aves antediluvianas y el lejano eco de un estremecedor gong de proporciones ciclópeas no representan una amenaza inmediata, pero no podemos decir lo mismo de la grotesca criatura que se ha escapado del Matilda Briggs, de la tripulación que se ha hecho con un ingenio perteneciente al Gobierno Británico y anda suelta por la isla, ni de un tercer elemento en discordia (un cazador de tigres reconvertido en cazador de hombres) que le sigue la pista al “noruego Sigerson” desde hace dos años, tras la muerte de un profesor de matemáticas llamado James Moriarty… EL AUTOR Alberto López Aroca (Albacete, 1976) es conocido como autor de novelas policíacas, de misterio, terror y ciencia ficción, y también es un destacado estudioso sherlockiano gracias a las compilaciones de ensayos Cuaderno de Bitácora del Matilda Briggs (2006) y Sherlock Holmes y lo Outré (2007). Entre sus novelas más recientes se encuentran Card Nichols investiga… El misterio de la armadura pródiga (QVE, 2009), Candy City (Ilarión, 2010), Sherlock Holmes y los zombis de Camford (Dolmen, 2011). Estudio en Esmeralda (Ilarión, 2012) y Necronomicón Z (Dolmen, 2012).

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                    • De El corazón de las tinieblas a Apocalypse now

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                      ¿Qué tienen en común Apocalypse now y la novela en la que se inspiró, El corazón de las tinieblas? Trabajo realizado para la asignatura Teoría de la comunicación audiovisual, Universidad de Málaga. 2009-2010

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