1. We Are Family Films: Episode 1 ft Andreu Lacondeguy


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    ONEAL presents the Episode 1. After the success of the first “we are family” session, the crew of Blackmedia were mad to prepare the sickest and epic one. We went to La Fenasosa bikepark where the family Orban gave us the chance, with its hospitality that characterizes them, for the construction of a set of jumps from 30 and 40 footer to a FMX superkicker. Andreu’s talent is bigger than those jumps and the boys of MBA Parks & events shaped and designed it to perfection. The result, Rock & Roll. One of the best sessions ever seen. True freeride mountain biking raising to a new limit, Andreu’s limit. www.wearefamilyfilms.com MUSIC: -WEAREFAMILY AD: Xavier Moyano - Sola (www.myspace.com/xaviermoyano) -ANDREU'S INTERVIEW: Penis de Gos - La Nave (www.goldriding.com) -ACTION: Parramon - Good sex is good (www.myspace.com/parramon)

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    • Andreu lacondeguy at crankworx 2011,by willow.


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      andreu lacondeguy riding during crankworx slopestyle at whistler,followed by willow,shooted day by day till the finals day,filmed and edited by willow,enjoy it!!

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      • Water jump La Cerdanya,Err


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        We just spend a day trying stupid things at the water jump place in la cerdanya,with all the guys,just check the video and enjoy it...so funny,edited by willow.!

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        • MBA: Traffic Calming


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          What’s the most effective way to make city streets safer? As Chicago Alderman Mary Ann Smith told Streetfilms, “Signs don’t do the job, even having police officers on the corner does not do the job.” To prevent traffic injuries and deaths, you need to change how the street functions and make it feel slower for drivers. You need traffic calming. Traffic calming takes many forms and can describe any measure taken to reduce traffic speeds, improve safety, and make using the street a better overall experience. The most effective traffic calming measures are those that influence drivers to “behave in a civilized manner,” as Smith put it. Changes like curb extensions, neck-downs, and bike lanes are all traffic calmers that save lives by sending the signal for drivers to slow down. In this Streetfilm we highlight some exemplary traffic calming projects from cities across the country. Streetfilms would like to thank The Fund for the Environment & Urban Life for making this series possible.

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          • UCLA Anderson School of Management


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            UCLA Anderson School of Management MBA Home Page Video and Call to Action Campaign Animated Video of Max Ohlendorf's original audio application for the MBA program at UCLA www.gilestimms.com

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            • Whistler trip 2011 Part 1.


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              willow,alex & pol arrived to whistler for ride and have funn,here is a video of the flight,arrival and first days of ridign in whistler.....more videos and stuff about the trip soon...enjoy it....we are enjoying too!!!;)

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              • Moving Beyond the Automobile: Congestion Pricing


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                In the fifth chapter of "Moving Beyond the Automobile," we demystify the concept of congestion pricing in just five short minutes. Here you'll learn why putting a price on scarce road space makes economic sense and how it benefits many different modes of surface transportation. In London, which successfully implemented congestion pricing in 2003, drivers now get to their jobs faster, transit users have improved service, cyclists have better infrastructure, and pedestrians have more public space. More people have access to the central city, and when they get there, the streets are safer and more enjoyable. While the politics of implementing congestion pricing are difficult, cities looking to tame traffic and compete in the 21st century can't afford to ignore a transportation solution that addresses so many problems at once. Streetfilms would like to thank The Fund for the Environment & Urban Life for making this series possible.

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                • Pump track i Gòndola - Ivan Carmona


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                  • "ODDITIES" for MVA


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                    "Oddities" Collection by Miss Van & Anaoana - Summer 2011 Directed by Landry Edited by the "Limbo Family" Masks by Miss Van Thanks to Nora, Anaoana Assisted by Douce Offensive missvan-anaoana.com/​ limbo-family.com/​

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                    • MBA: Parking Reform


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                      In the tenth and final video in Streetfilms' Moving Beyond the Automobile series, we are talking about parking reform. From doing away with mandatory parking minimums, to charging the right price for curbside parking, to converting on-street parking spots into parklets and bike corrals, cities are latching onto exciting new ideas to make more room for people in our cities and repurpose the valuable public space that lines our streets. "Historically the parking problem was defined as there not being enough convenient places to put your car," UPenn professor Rachel Weinberger told Streetfilms, "but increasingly cities are starting to understand that the parking problem could be defined differently and it could be the case that there is too much parking."

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