1. Miran Storytelling. Exiled to Nowhere. Oxfam Global Inequality Launch

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    A Miran Film. Dateline: The Similan Islands: 8.6525° N, 97.6408° E. December 2014 “As The Strait of Malacca, between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, has become the heart of World Trade The Moken have drifted along its coastline like satellites off a distant moon - bystanders to growth.” Dan McDougall. Film-Maker. Travelling amongst the Moken on the maritime Burmese-Thai border the world they occupy appears, on the surface at least, a paradise of plenty. In the Surin Islands, the closest Thailand’s Moken have to a permanent settlement, home is a curved white beach below a steep incline of virgin forest. The outlook is little more than a turquoise ocean. In the surf children float on scavenged driftwood and container ship flotsam. In the rocky shallows men hunt for sea urchins. But it is a lost paradise. Marginalised and cast out from mainstream society, cut off from their historical land and sea rights, the Moken are prevented from flourishing.

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    • EXILED TO NOWHERE

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      Written and Directed by Dan McDougall Filmed and Edited by Dewald Brand Dan McDougall is a British Correspondent of the Year and three times winner of the Amnesty International Award For Outstanding Human Rights Journalism. “In rural Asia inequality isn’t conspicuous. Travelling amongst the Moken on the ragged maritime edges of The Andaman Sea it might appear a paradise of plenty but it masks a truth that is rarely told. Marginalised and cast out from mainstream society, cut off from their historical land and sea rights, the Moken people are isolated from hope and opportunity, like satellites off a distant moon, they are bystanders to the economic growth and luxury development that threatens their very existence. The window into which each of us views the world reveals a blur of misfortune, loss and daily struggle. By osmosis we understand that that there is a divide in society that is fast heading out of our control. Reporting and film-making around this gulf has never been more important and Oxfam's support of content that communicates the plight of the disenfranchised is, in effect, a warning from the future. Inequality hurts growth in a number of ways. It reduces the education levels of poorer citizens, and saps their health, reducing the potential productivity of a workforce. The abundant truth is inequality will impact all of our futures.” Read about Dan McDougall's own journey discovering inequality in Asia at: www.exiledtonowhere.asia http://www.oxfamblogs.org/asia/

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      • Miran Storytelling. General Electric. Moose Creek

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        Location: Canada. Upstate New York Miran for General Electric New York. Our attitudes to waste are shown in the words we use to describe it. Think about the words we use: refuse, garbage, trash, scrap, rubbish. These words make waste seem useless, dirty or unhealthy. Did you know that China accounts for one third of the world’s garbage output? Or that only 1 in 5 plastic bottles is recycled? Or that Americans throw away enough trash each year to cover the state of Texas twice over?

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        • montage #01

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          footage mix. music: pink floyd - san tropez

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          • HOŞGELDİN MİRAN 12.09.2013

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            • Ptuj Performance Center (Dominican Monastery) by ENOTA Architects

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              The perennial quest for compromise between the demands of conservationists and functional demands of the new content has been taken forward with architectural ideas informed chiefly by the attitudes of respect towards the built and cultural heritage. Intervention is therefore limited exclusively to the surfaces where no new archaeological finds or conservation interventions are expected: the floor. The wall surfaces remain intact and ready for the demanding restoration. The very fact that it has to connect finished spaces and those yet to be finished - originating, as if this was not enough, from different historical periods -, the expression of this new "carpet" comes with a little more presence than might be expected. The spaces are tied together into a more solid design whole by black concrete paving, which is sufficiently neutral so as not to compete with the revived beauty of the restored parts of the building, and yet contrasting enough to drown the chaos of the parts of the building still awaiting completion. This spatial concept of simple design features a key twist in the main event space - the nave. After the construction of the added floors had been torn down, subsequent archaeological work revealed rich findings that are presented "in situ". Above this section, the new floor is consequently raised in space, forming tiered stands for the visitors at the same time, and acting as a spatial partition between the reconstructed Baroque church and the remains of the erstwhile Gothic building. The path along the staircase towards the visitors' seats is thus a sequence of different spatial experiences. Having taken a walk amid the archaeological finds, the first landing offers a view of the floor plan of the erstwhile Gothic building; on the second landing, one can take a close look at the newly discovered details of the Mediaeval architecture; while at the end, towards the top, the view of the entire splendour of the Baroque nave gradually opens. The contrast between the new floor and the historical substance of the erstwhile monastery is deliberately greatest in the black-on-white appearance of the main hall, referencing the famous black and white habit of the Dominican Order where the white is symbolic of innocence and black of modesty. http://www.enota.si/galerija/2010060417122064?mode=selection

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              • Anita + Miran

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                • مصاحبه اختصاصی مبنا مدیران با پهلوان ملی، محمود میران

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                  برای خود ماشاالله یلی است ، محمود میران مستر جودو ایران ، پهلوان وقهرمان ملی است ، میران میگوید برای اولین بار زمانی که به دنیا آمد گریه کرده است . مستر جودو مادرش را از همه دنیا بیشتر دوست دارد . کاملا احساسی ، از میان فوتبالیست ها کریمی و مجیدی را دوست دارد . بازوبند پهلوانیش همانند بازوبند پهلوان غلامرضا تختی است ....

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                  • IRWIN In Context - Pt 1

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                    As part of Calvert 22's NSK / IRWIN events season, members of IRWIN are joined by Zdenka Badovinac, Director of Moderna Galerija and Museum of Contemporary Art, Metelkova, Ljubljana, and Eda Čufer, curator, writer and founding member of Neue Slowenische Kunst, for a discussion about their practice in the global contemporary art context and in particular the significance of the work Transnacionala (1998).

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                    • Voice Breakdown

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                      Promo video for Voice of Norway. My Role: 3D, VFX, Grading and Comp

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