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    A businessman is pursued by a mysterious assailant intent on his destruction... ☆ Excellence in Editing Micro Cinema / International Festival of Cinematic Arts 2013 ☆ Jury Award / FilmOneFest 2013 http://facebook.com/supersedefilm / A 60 second supernatural thriller from South Australia, featuring local talent Micheal Resce and created by writer/director James Baker, DOP/editor Justin Carrig, colourist/VFX artist Sam Matthews and others. Produced as part of The Media Production Group's '60 Second Stories' production initiative 2012. The Media Resource Centre is South Australia's screen development agency for emerging filmmakers. Cast – Micheal Resce with David Resce Writer / Director – James Baker Producers – Justin Carrig / James Baker MRC Supervising Producers – Shane McNeil / Katie Powell Cinematographer – Justin Carrig Production Designer – Alison Woodward Editor – Justin Carrig Composers – Matt Kelly / James Baker 1st Assistant Directors – Denley Bihari / Matt Overy Camera Assistant – Patrick Houlahan Grip – Peter Carbone Clapper Loader – Matt Whittington Gaffer – Scott Matthews Sound Recordists – Jackson Buckler / Emma Cochrane / Nick Sara Online Editor / Colourist – Sam Matthews VFX Compositors – Sam Matthews / James Baker Sound Designers – Matt Arnold / Cat Connelly Sound Mixer – Cat Connelly Caterer – Ngaire Griggs Stills Photographer – Alison Woodward Press Kit – Cate Elliott Special Thanks – Brandon Neumann, UPark / Dave Gregan, Picture Hire Australia / Michael Carver, SAE Institute Equipment Hire – Media Resource Centre / Picture Hire Australia Post Production Facilities – KOJO / Stay in touch :) http://instagram.com/pegasusflight http://flickr.com/photos/thekoolhut

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    • Clip It! 2011 teaser


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      Here's a 'behind-the-scenes' sneak peak of this year's Clip It! - the MRC's exciting new production initiative. Proudly sponsored by Canon Australia and run in conjunction with Music SA, Clip It! paired eight of SA's rising musical artists with eight emerging filmmakers to produce these outstanding video clips, highlighting the remarkable versatility of the Canon DSLR. Clip It! 2011 showcase premieres Friday, December 9th at the Mercury Cinema. Doors open at 6pm for a gold coin donation with an after-party at Nexus Cabaret featuring live music from Hawks of Alba and special guests. The first screening has now sold out!! However due to popular demand a second screening is now open for bookings at 8pm but seating is strictly limited. To book your seats email rsvp@mrc.org.au with 'Clip It! - 8pm Screening' in the subject heading and the names of all guests in the email. Thanks to the multi-talented Anders Wotzke for venturing 'behind the scenes' and putting the tasty teaser together (www.cutprintreview.com)

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      • RAA Capital Waste You Like Disco?


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        This video was made by Liam Somerville and Dom Sargent as part of the MRC and RAA On The Road Production Initiative.

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        • SUPERSEDE teaser


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          superseding the internet soon www.facebook.com/supersedefilm

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          • Lateral Movement: Art & the Moving Image - Trailer


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            'Lateral Movement: Art & the Moving Image' is a program of experimental screen based art works presented during the BigPond 2009 Adelaide Film Festival. Screenings take place at the Mercury Cinema, Adelaide February 21 & 23 at 8pm. Post-War experimental film program curated by Toby Bramwell. Current experimental film program curated by Dan Monceaux and Emma Sterling. Trailer produced by Danimations. More info: http://www.danimations.com.au/lateralmovement Distributed by Tubemogul.

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            • I Like Me This Way by Telene Clarke


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              mindshare were recipients of Arts SA’s Strategic Community Partnership : Community Grant for 2014 working with the Media Resource Centre and Access 2 Arts. As part of this project mindshare invited poets, writers and individuals with lived experience of a mental health issue to submit poetry to a competition called When words come to life. Our judge Jude Aquilina then selected 8 poems from a diverse range of applicants which were turned into digital stories during a workshop run by the Media Resource Centre. Telene Clarke was one of the winning poets and this is her poem 'I Like Me This Way', welcome to her story. I Like Me This Way….. My house is messy, that’s what they say They say I should tidy and put things away That my clothing is odd and the colours don’t match That my style is wrong and I’m not a good catch They tell me it’s wrong to eat muesli for tea To eat with my family of cats on my knee That people will stare if I sing on the bus To stop being ‘me’ and start being an ‘us’ I don’t understand why I can’t pick the flowers Or gaze at the stars for hours and hours… And what’s wrong with laughing at things I find funny Of having no TV and no need for money What’s wrong with spending my days all alone Without needing people, computers or phones Of finding life’s pleasures in things that are small Like sunshine through leaves and patterns on walls In singing to plants and communing with birds Of living a life that is lived beyond words My life is different, that’s what they say How can I tell them I like it this way…

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              • Clip It! - Lyla - Into Yer Bones


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                Cinematography by Maxx Corkingdale, Produced and Directed by Amy Handley in conjunction with Canon Australia, Media Resource Centre and Music SA.

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                • Trade Films - Maton Guitars


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                  • Trade Films - Vitor


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                    Vitor was produced through the Media Resource Centre's Trade Films Initiative in conjunction with Austrade through the Australian Trade commission. Vitor was produced by Tracey Baron.

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                    • Clip It! - Hawks of Alba - Cut You Out


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                      Winner of Best Music Video at 2012 SA Screen Awards. Cinematography by Sam King, Produced and Directed by Matt Vesely in conjunction with Canon Australia, Media Resource Centre and Music SA..

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