1. Brutus Et Tu - Pt.3 - Cleopatra


    from Davis Cox / Added

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    This was filmed as part of an exercise in documentary film-making at Columbia College Chicago. This is part three of three in the "Brutus - Et Tu" Interview Series. All answers where improvised by the talented Curtis, questions provided by Ashley and myself.

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    • Brutus Et Tu - Pt.2 - The Colosseum


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      This was filmed as part of an exercise in documentary film-making at Columbia College Chicago. This is part two of three in the "Brutus - Et Tu" Interview Series. All answers where improvised by the talented Curtis, questions provided by Ashley and myself.

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      • Brutus Et Tu - Pt.1 - The Assassination of Caesar


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        This was filmed as part of an exercise in documentary film-making at Columbia College Chicago. This is part one of three in the "Brutus - Et Tu" Interview Series. All answers where improvised by the talented Curtis, questions provided by Ashley and myself.

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        • Julius Caesar


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          A short animated commercial for Julius Caecar on the National Opera of Norway.

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          • 0698 Marble bust of Julius Caesar


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            For our "Gallery of Greece" at CelebrateGreece.com 698-27;28;29;00juliuscaesarbustromeromanimperialleadersculptureart

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            • JULIUS BOND Intro [1995] (High School:Comedy)


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              This was the first video project I ever edited. Little did I know that this would be the first of many videos to come throughout my life. I made this for my English class in High School to get out of writing a research paper on Julius Caesar. So I did a parody that was over 10 minutes long mixing James Bond with Julius Caesar. I only included the intro to the project because it tends drag through most of it.

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              • You play, he play, she play. Lawn Bowling in HD.


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                Oakland Lawn Bowling Club. Established, 1903. Social, Healthy, Low Impact Exercise Sport. Endorsed by the American Heart Association. Something for Everyone. Men, Women, All Ages. No Generation Gap. No Gender Gap. No Age Handicap. Social Interaction or Skilled Competition. Novice or Tournament Champion. Oakland Lawn Bowling Club. Established, 1903. "Bowls", "Bowling On The Green", "Bocce", "Lawn Bowling": by all of these names, lawn bowling has been around for several thousand years. Some rules have likely changed over that time, but the fundamentals seem to be consistent, certainly since the game's historic record was started in the 14th Century. Historians suggest the game made its way across Europe with Julius Caesar's centurions. At that time, and still today among Italians, the game was known as "bocce". By the 13th Century, "bowls", was entrenched in the British Isles. At the turn of the century, 1299 AD, the Southhampton Old Bowling Green Club was organized in England. The club remains active today, the oldest of record in the world. Global politics threatened the game for a time. In the 14th Century, it was banned for commoners in France and England because archery, essential for defense, was losing popularity. The Scottish were having none of it. In Scotland the game continued uninterrupted, a favorite among even such legendary notables as Sir Walter Scott and Robert Burns. In Glasgow today 200 public bowling greens are in operation, including some enclosed greens for winter play. Today's rules, the flat lawn, and even a dress code, seem to derive from the Scottish. Over time, the waves of Scottish emigrants took their game with them and established clubs in many countries, the colonies of the Western Hemisphere among them. One famous story, and it has some credence, is that Sir Francis Drake and Sir Walter Raleigh were in the middle of a game when word reached them of the impending assault of the Spanish Armada. The story goes that Sir Francis insisted on finishing the game before setting sail to engage the Spanish; noble dedication, indeed. In fact, he had to wait for the incoming tide to peak before he could get his ship out of the harbor anyway. The American Revolution and virulent anti-British feeling in the Colonies stifled the game for nearly a century. Luckily, the Canadians kept it alive, spreading it from coast to coast. New Jersey gets credit for lawn bowling's resurrection in the United States, when a small private club was started in 1879. By 1899 the game had reached the Pacific. With such an apparently rich long history, for many the question still arises, "What's it about?" Lawn bowling is distinguished by use of a biased ball. That is, the ball is deliberately lop-sided so that it always curves toward the flat side as it slows down. The object of the game is to obtain points by getting one's ball(s) closest to a small white ball, the "jack", which may be anywhere between 75 and 108 feet away. The skill, some say "the art", is to gauge the curve to achieve this even when an opponent may have guard balls blocking the "jack". The ostensibly leisurely pace of a lawn bowling game suggests it may be only appropriate for the idle rich or long retired. This image does not hold in most countries of the world. The pace belies the tension of competition, the skill, and, yes, the art. As yet, lawn bowling has no champion like Tiger Woods, but as the game's popularity continues to increase, a Tiger Woods may emerge someday and bowl touchers (to the jack) as handily as Tiger lays approach shots on the pin. Filmed by Shaun Tai. Produced & Edited by Shaun Tai for SHAUN TAI Films. SHAUN TAI Films ©2009 - Need a video in HD? Contact shaun@shauntaifilms.com OR call 415.235.8786 to discuss your project.

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                • Literature Survivor


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                  Here's a little project we did for English class. The concept is that the last rounds of survivor are played with characters from the books we have covered this year. I edited the video and played Brutus.

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                  • Julius Caesar Trailer


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                    The trailer for TIG Studios' full-length film adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar' Starring Buhraydee Bachmann, Otto Barretto, ChrisTopher Beckwith, Robbie Doctor Love, and Kevin Wertz Directed, Filmed, and Edited by Otto Barretto

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                    • Julius Caesar


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                      Note: The images in this video may not fulfill the "Images of are of high resolution" statement, however, this is because a high resolution copy of this is 1.93 GB. Photo Credits (in order of appearance): Rome map http://www.travel2venezia.com/Maps/Maps.html Caesar birth http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/cesarean/part1.html Presidential seal http://www.irc.vbschools.com/ForTheWeb/Political/pages/PresidentialSeal_jpg.htm Cornelia http://worldartmedalsandprints.com/page26.html Gaius Marius http://www.romanum.historicus.pl/gajuszmariusz.html Sulla http://www.psicofxp.com/articulos/literatura-historieta/454213-los-hombres-que-dejaron-el-poder.html Italy Countryside http://www.krane.net/art/ Caesar http://goldhands.livejournal.com/tag/anniversary Boats http://arrrpirates.wikispaces.com/Piracy+Prior+to++the+Golden+Age Rhodes http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:GR_Rhodes.PNG Pirate symbol http://www.puppetmastertrading.com/blog/terms/ The cross http://crosscrafter.com/gallery.html Roman coins http://www.romanemperors.com/julius-caesar.htm Spain map http://www.map-of-spain.co.uk/large-map-of-spain.htm Crassus http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=389x2672226 Colosseum http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Colosseum_in_Rome-April_2007-1-_copie_2B.jpg Gladiators http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archivo:Gladiators_from_the_Zliten_mosaic_3.JPG Caesar military general http://www.thejohnsongalleries.com/092.htm Further Spain http://s4.invisionfree.com/Forum_OCSP/ar/t554.htm Roman senate http://machinenation.forumakers.com/national-politics-f32/taoiseach-avatar-election-2008-t854.htm Gaul http://www.unrv.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=8197 German map http://www.handofhistory.com/photos/displayimage.php?album=1&pos=2 Celebration http://www.clipartof.com/details/clipart/31344.html Roman Republic Map http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Republica_Romana.svg Pompey http://web.mac.com/heraklia/Caesar/contemporaries/pompey/index.html Rubicon River http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:LocationRubicon.PNG Central Italy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Italia_centrale.svg Roman Civil War http://images.google.com/hosted/life/l?imgurl=94f4d8636296f475&q=roman%20civil%20war&prev=/images%3Fq%3Droman%2Bcivil%2Bwar%26hl%3Den%26rlz%3D1G1GGLQ_ENUS303%26sa%3DX%26um%3D1 Ancient Greece Map http://www.in2greece.com/english/maps/ancient-greece-map.html Duress, Albania http://maps.google.com Pharsalus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Battle_of_Pharsalus,_48_BC.gif Ancient Egypt http://www.egypt.travel/index.php?nav1=activities&type=2 Ptolemy XIII http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:PtolXIII_185.jpg Pompey head http://www.artchive.com/artchive/R/roman/roman_pompey.jpg.html Julius Caesar http://magistervir.com/ Teardrop http://www.ngdir.ir/SiteLinks/Kids/html/water.htm Cleopatra http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Kleopatra-VII.-Altes-Museum-Berlin1.jpg Pontus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pontus.png Thapsus http://www.vanderbilt.edu/AnS/Classics/roman_provinces/tunisia/image40.htm Roman army http://karenswhimsy.com/ancient-roman-army.shtm Sextus http://www.flickr.com/photos/julio-claudians/2417602556/ Gnaeus http://www.coinarchives.com/a/results.php?results=100&search=orae Roman Crown http://www.uwm.edu/~carlin/earlymedoutlines08-wk9.htm Brutus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Portrait_Brutus_Massimo.jpg Cassius http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:RSC_0004a.6.jpg Stabbing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cesar-sa_mort.jpg Octivian http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Aug11_01.jpg Mark Antony http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:M_Antonius.jpg Lepidus http://www.answers.com/topic/marcus-aemilius-lepidus Fact Credits: http://worldbookonline.com/advanced/article?id=ar086860 http://www.essortment.com/all/juliuscaesarb_rxto.htm http://www.roman-empire.net/republic/caesar.html http://www.unrv.com/fall-republic/julius-caesar.php http://www.bmj.com/content/vol324/issue7343/cover.dtl http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Julius_Caesar.aspx http://www.roman-empire.net/republic/caesar.html http://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/wwww/world/juliuscaesardef.htm

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