1. Caesar’s kidnapping VOD

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    During the Roman Republic the young and proud Julius Caesar was kidnapped by pirates. The sailor, the cook, the lookout and the ship’s apprentice are under the orders of the terrible Alcamon who is demanding a huge ransom to free him. Convinced about his great importance, Caesar quintuples the ransom but promises to revenge. Buy the DVD here : http://www.chroma-tv.com/index.php/catalogue/category/61-histoires-de-pirates

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    • Julius Caesar - Video Audition

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      Nico Fernandez - Northern Illinois University B.F.A. 3

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      • GMPR Season 4 Special: The Ides of March

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        A special featuring prominent AP English Teacher, Daniel DeFazio as the glorious Julius Caesar, before depicting the famous brutal assassination at the hands of his senate!

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        • Mere, or Orthodox, Christianity (The Reasons to Believe #19)

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          Our Reasons to Believe quote for today is from Dinesh D’Souza. He said, “Do you believe in the existence of Socrates? Alexander the Great? Julius Caesar? If historicity is established by written records in multiple copies that date originally from near contemporaneous sources, there is far more proof for Christ’s existence than for any of theirs.” Our Reasons to Believe Scripture passage for today is 2 Corinthians 10:5-6. It reads, “Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ; And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.” Our Reason to Believe powerpoint today is titled “Mere, or Orthodox, Christianity” from “The Handbook of Christian Apologetics” by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli: We confine ourselves to the core beliefs common to all orthodox Christians—what C.S. Lewis called “mere Christianity.” By mere we do not mean some abstract “lowest common denominator”, but the heart or essence of the faith, as summarized in the Apostles’ Creed. This ancient and unchanging core unites diverse believers with each other and against unbelievers within many churches and denominations as well as without. Liberal (or modernist or demythologist or revisionist) theologians will not like this, especially its arguments for miracles, the reliability of Scripture, the reality of the resurrection, the divinity of Christ, and the reality of heaven and hell. We invite them to join the self-confessed unbelievers in trying to refute these arguments. We also invite them to begin practicing more accurate “truth in labeling” in describing their own position. Apologetics defends orthodox Christianity. Dissenters don’t believe in apologetics for orthodox Christianity because they do not believe in orthodox Christianity. They believe in apologizing for it, not apologetics for it.

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          • Obama Assassination Comments

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            Assassination comments about the President are troubling.

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            • "WAR - CAMPAIGN FOR MARC ANTONY" by John D. Korda

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              This was originally made for a school project, as a political ad campaign for Marc Antony from William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar. In this advertisement, Marc Antony is campaigning to bring war to Brutus, one of Caesar's murderers. CAST: John King Mitchell Bradford and Sadiq Iqbal The narration (as Marc Antony) over this commercial was spoken by Corey Barron. This film was directed and edited by John King. The footage used in this film was from the following videos/movies: -Adolf Hitler speech at Nurnberg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNbdWwQryS0) -Joseph Stalin's speech after Germany invaded Russia (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nK0RuW3z6g) -The Front Line [2011 Korean War Film] (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxFbRg9HS8Y) -Footage filmed by John King, Mitchell Bradford, and Sadiq Iqbal For the footage not filmed by me and my friends, I do not own the copyright to, and all rights belong to their original owners.

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              • "Et Tu Brute..?" (Short Film) Trailer - 1st Look

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                Arin Paul Productions Present "Et Tu Brute..?" (Short Film) COMING SOON. Cinematography: Ashok Pramanik Edit & Sound Design: Sanglap Bhowmik Graphics & Poster Design: Sarasij Dasgupta Co-Producer: Shantanu Ghosh (Melancholy Productions) Costumes: Brojonath Banerjee Executive Producer: Sanjay Saha and Sumit Dutta (Neelkanth Productions) Concept, Story, Script & Direction: Arin Paul.

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                • The Tragedy of Julius Caesar: Interview with actor Forrest McClendon

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                  Tony Award nominee Forrest McClendon discusses his inspiration for his role as Caesar in our production of THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR. Filmed 1/23/14. THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR By William Shakespeare Directed by Charles McMahon February 6 - March 16, 2014 Performed by Adam Altman, Mary Lee Bednarek, Joe Guzmán, Forrest McClendon, Jered McLenigan, Kittson O'Neill, Matt Tallman, U.R., and Bradley K. Wrenn Scenic Design by Meghan Jones Costume Design by Brian Strachan Lighting Design by Shon Causer Sound Design by Mark Valenzuela Music by Christopher Colucci Music Performed by KyoDaiko Fights by J. Alex Cordaro Video by Theresa Thao Nguyen

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                  • Julius Caesar - Koto

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                    Members of KyoDaiko perform music that will score our upcoming production. THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR By William Shakespeare Directed by Charles McMahon February 6 - March 16, 2014 CAST Adam Altman as Murellus/Ensemble • Mary Lee Bednarek as Calpurnia/Ensemble • Joe Guzmán as Cassius/Ensemble • Forrest McClendon as Caesar/Ensemble • Jered McLenigan as Marc Antony/Ensemble • Kittson O'Neill as Portia/Ensemble • Matt Tallman as Casca/Ensemble • U.R. as Brutus/Ensemble • Bradley K. Wrenn as Octavius/Ensemble PRODUCTION TEAM Meghan Jones, Production Manager & Scenic Designer • Brian Strachan, Costume Designer • Shon Causer, Lighting Designer • Mark Valenzuela, Sound Designer • Christopher Colucci, Music • J. Alex Cordaro, Fight Director • Kyo Daiko, Musicians • Joshua L. Browns, Assistant Director • Rebecca Smith, Stage Manager Video by Christopher Colucci

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                    • Jail Caesar Trailer

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                      Jail Caesar (aka String Caesar) is a feature film that tells the timeless story of an adolescence shaped by social and political events. It charts a young man’s impassioned quest for power, for the meaning of freedom and to know himself, to live his dreams, and achieve his ambitions. The film explores his struggle to survive by becoming a power broker, a manipulator and then a dictator -- the genesis of a powerful man, with roots in politics, violence, and gang warfare. The story, shot in three of the most notorious prisons in the world, uses both acclaimed actors and actual inmates incarcerated in these prisons to reenact the tale of a young Julius Caesar. As the film’s producer explains the script to one of the inmates upon discussing the idea to use an actual prison as the setting to cast the film - “Not Shakespeare….not Shakespeare’s older Caesar, but the young one full of piss and vinegar.” Many inmates are serving life without parole, imprisoned for drugs, violence, and murder, so getting them to cooperate is one of the many challenges the producer and director face. The prisons are a microcosm of the real world where drugs, sexual liaisons, gangs, deals, allegiances, fear, anger and fleeting happiness are normal, everyday cyclical elements. Set in Pollsmoor Prison (Cape Town, South Africa), Cardiff Prison (Wales, United Kingdom) and “The Brotherhood Lodge” - Drumheller Penitentiary (Alberta, Canada), this remarkable historical event unfolds in a modern reality with relentless energy. It combines a remarkable cast that includes Sir Derek Jacobi, John Kani, Alice Krige, Warren Adler, Grant Swanby, Gunter Singer, Richard Clifford, prison officers and 300 prisoners. The inmate actors offer solid performances and add a significant degree of realism that is absent in many pictures. As the head of security of one of the prisons explains “These inmates have gotten so caught up in the filming that they have no idea what they have done until they see the film. This place is ruled by gangs. There are invisible lines across the floor, and if somebody crosses one of these lines, they’re dead. During the filming, inmates of opposing gangs are constantly crossing these lines as the scenes are being shot.” This is the essence of true acting.

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