1. Neil Smith Lecture November 13

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    The Neil Smith Lecture 2013 by Professor Derek Gregory on The Natures of War

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    • Erik Swyngedouw in conversation with Neil Smith

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      Erik Swyngedouw at the CUNY Graduate Center 18 April 2012 Erik Swyngedouw is Professor of Geography at the University of Manchester in its School of Environment and Development. Swyngedouw is committed to political economic analysis of contemporary capitalism, producing several major works on economic globalisation, regional development, finance, and urbanisation. Latterly his interests have turned to political-ecological themes and the transformation of nature, notably water issues, in Ecuador, Spain, the UK, and elsewhere in Europe.

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      • Neil Smith Panel Discussion, 45th CIG

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        National University of Ireland, Galway (17 May 2013)

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        • Why Stay Here

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          Guest Speaker: Neil Smith

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          • Moviola Presents: The Future of Post Production Part 4

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            Moviola webinar on the Future of Post Production. A look at a brief history of the evolution of post production and work flow architecture presented by Johnathon Amayo, VP of Production and Education at Moviola, Neil Smith, Managing Director Hollywood DI and Colorist and Imaging Workflow Architect Andrew Balis. In this video, Andrew Balis addresses the future of on-set dailies with Colorfront technology. Shot on the SONY F3, fs100 and EX. Cameras available by emailing gsmith@moviola.com Edited by Anthony Echegoyen (echegoyenproductions@gmail.com) If you don't know us, we have been around since 1923 when we created the very first film editing machine. We now have a full service non-linear rental division with 24/7 tech and workflow support, a training center specializing in AVID, ACSR, Adobe Premiere, AfterEffects and Photoshop, D.I.T. training and editorial and post production classes at all levels, a robust media division providing HDSR and HDCam tape and S x S cards ready for delivery at our will-call here in Hollywood (the largest in Los Angeles). We have production office space for rent in Hollywood and Manhattan and we create iPhone apps for the 21st century filmmaker. moviola.com

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            • Redbull - Underwraps

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              A video produced way back when for RedBull as one of their first forays into skateboarding in the UK. Using the camera skills of Dan Magee, Foxy and Stu Bently it was all shot in just one week featuring some pretty young faces on the then Blueprint team. Some wild spots were hit up including a shipyard and the road tunnel in Glasgow which we shut down for a bottle of whisky.

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              • In Memory of Neil Smith - "Neil Reads USA Today: The Flip Side of the Weather is the News" 1984

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                It is with deep sorrow that we mourn the loss of Neil Smith, Marxist geographer and comrade in arms. Here's something from the archives to remember him by. Neil passed away in the early morning hours of September 29th, 2012. Neil was a brilliant theoretician and an inspiration to so many. His absence will be deeply felt by communities of leftist political resistance and his brilliant ideas will influence our lives and work for many years to come. He was loved by so many. Neil Smith was a Professor of Anthropology and Geography and the Director of the Center for Place, Culture and Politics at the Graduate Center department of the City University of New York. In 1984, Neil collaborates with Paper Tiger and reads USA Today, America's only national newspaper and the one with the largest circulation. The newspaper's agenda of fostering national unity and consciousness through the dissemination of endless and useless trivia is analyzed. Finding the lowest common cultural denominator erases all tensions within American society and forwards the idea that the only difference between Americans are geographical anecdotes and the local non-happenings that fill up the newspaper's pages.

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                • The Remix Video

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                  B-side to "North V South", the Remix video is a full length video mixing all the footage from the first 11 HTL episodes. Features sections from John Tanner, Scott Howes, Shaun Witherup, Karim Bahktaoui, Joe Sivell, Lucien Clarke, Rory Milanes, Steph Morgan, Jak Pietryga, Neil Smith and Chewy Cannon.

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                  • The Pace Report: "The Soulful and Spiritual Journey of Cyrus Chestnut" The Cyrus Chestnut Interview

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                    Music has been of a reflection of political, pop, and social norms set to all forms of music genres. As music changes with the times so has jazz pianist Cyrus Chestnut. His unique and authentic soulful and gospel oriented playing has heads bobbing to packed audiences around the world. Also, he’s not ashamed to bring black culture in the limelight, something that’s been missing in mainstream culture. I caught up recently with pianist Cyrus Chestnut at the Jazz Standard where he played a week of dates. Chestnut, not one for staying musically in one place for too long, just released his latest disc “Journeys.” This disc isn’t the traditional piano recording, but is a trio disc. It features Dezron Douglas on bass and Neil Smith on drums. Although he was raised in the church in Baltimore, Maryland, he explains it was the music of his childhood and upbringing that he continues to embrace along with his rich African legacy. Chestnut started playing piano at nine and was studying classical at an early age. He attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Upon graduation, Cyrus played with the late Betty Carter, Jon Hendricks, Wynton Marsalis, and Terence Blanchard. As a soloist he’s been able bridge both jazz and gospel to the masses. To find out Cyrus’s upcoming tour dates or to order his latest disc “Journeys” visit him on the web at www.cyruschestnut.net

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                    • Doggerland Part 1

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                      'There was once a deep green paradise full of animals and birds and trees dripping with fruit. And it was called Doggerland. Then the waters came. Now the waters are rising again.' A town ravaged by time and decline on the south east coast of England clings to memories of days gone by. Three generations of women exist alone in an empty bed and breakfast: guarding secrets, washing, watching, and biding their time. On the eve of a full moon the youngest brings home a hunted man. CAST Jonny: Scott Hinds Nan: Jean Apps Rosie: Sophie Walton Bet: Georgina Sowerby DOGGERLAND is a darkly comic fable with a modern twist on the classic fairytales and their archetypes. It is written by Debbie Kent and has been specially selected to be staged at the New Diorama (http://www.newdiorama.com/Finding-New-Diorama.aspx) as part of SCENEPOOL's three-week 'Creative Producers Collective' (http://www.scenepool.co.uk/node/4). The broad feel of the play is a pinch of Pinter, an itch of Beckett and massaged by Caryl Churchill, but a dark heart all of its own. www.doggerlandtheplay.com During its premiere run at Barons Court Theatre (21st July-1st August 2010) it received great acclaim: Chris Deal (manager of Barons Court) called it: "An extremely entertaining play, full of shocks and surprises. The black humour is cleverly done, but constant scary twists pierce the humour like an icy knife and send shivers through you for minutes on end. Strongly recommended!" UKtheatre.net described it as 'Fascinating...a comic tragedy...impressive...claustrophobic and unsettling'. An audience member referred to it as 'The Domestic Witches of Margate' and 'a breath of fresh air for new writing on the fringe'. This is the premiere production of CRUCIAL THEATRE, a new theatre company that aims to uncover and share hidden myths (classic and modern).

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