1. "Six Photographs": René Burri


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    Iconic Swiss photographer takes us on a journey through six images from his archive, photographing figures like Che Guevara chain-smoking in his office in 1963, Pablo Picasso in Cannes in 1957 and American G.I.s being entertained in a brothel in Seoul in 1961. Burri also recalls his iconic 1960 São Paulo photograph 'Men on a Rooftop, 1960', shooting the San Cristobal Stables in Mexico city in 1976 and the reopening of the Suez Canal in 1974, explaining why modern techniques like photoshopping are getting in the way of our pursuit for the truth.... Credits: Directed by Anthony Austin Interview by Matt Willey Produced by Helena Reis Lighting by Genki McClure Camera Assistance by Patrick Larder Sound by Daniel Brosnan Make up by Ezana Ove Music: 'Tu' by Bebo Valdés 'Trem Das Onze' by Adoniran Barbosa 'Recuerdos de la Alhambra' by Narciso Yepes 'El Gato Montés' by Banda Corrida 'Suki Sa Suki Sa Suki Sa' by Nana Kimono 'La Ouaynaki' by Farid El Atrache 'Granada' by Mariachi De México A Bosh film

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    • Pablo Picasso & Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue


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      Pablo Picasso's "Blue Period" is a term used to describe his works produced between 1901 and 1904. During these years he painted essentially monochromatic paintings in shades of blue and blue-green, only occasionally warmed by other colours. These somber works, inspired by Spain but painted in Paris, are now some of his most popular works, although he had difficulty selling them at the time. "Tangled Up In Blue" is a song by Bob Dylan. It appeared on his album 'Blood On The Tracks' in 1975. Dylan was influenced by his recent study of painting and sought to incorporate multiple perspectives within a single plane of view. In a 1978 interview Dylan explained this style of songwriting: "What's different about it is that there's a code in the lyrics, and there's also no sense of time. There's no respect for it. You've got yesterday, today and tomorrow all in the same room, and there's very little you can't imagine not happening".

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      • Show Your Work! Episode 1: Vampires


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        A short about Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi, and how to decide who to let in and out of your life. Animated in Keynote, cut in Quicktime. Watch more videos from the series: http://vimeo.com/channels/showyourwork

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          Un cuento lleno de imaginación, fantasías y mucho amor, donde se narra la vida, obras y sueños de Pablo Picasso, Historia para niños entre los 6 y 97 años de edad.

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          • "Moving Out" - Cassandra Farrar & the Left Brains


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            An imaginative young girl stuck in her own head reflects on her past relationships, finding the strength to take a chance on love once again. A Guerilla Wanderers Films / Raggamuffin Films Production VFX & Animation by Guerilla Wanderers Writer / Director: Sean McCarthy Associate Producer / Production Manager: Sean O'Hare Production Coordinator: Elizabeth Mitchell Editor / VFX Supervisor: Dustin Strocchia Lead FX Artist: Kevin Lee Loader Cinematographer: Khamisi Norwood Producer: Shahla Motamedi Lead 3D Modeler / Animator: Brian Leitner Assistant Director: Jared Forman www.guerillawanderers.com

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            • J.L. Sert / Un sueño nómada (versión en castellano)


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              José Luis Sert fue el primer arquitecto español de fama internacional. Apóstol del racionalismo en España y Decano de la Facultad de Arquitectura de Harvard durante casi dos décadas, Sert fue también un hombre lleno de contradicciones. Un espíritu contestatario. Un verso libre en un mundo dominado por la copia y la reproducción seriada. Miembro de una conocida familia aristocrática y destacado militante republicano, Sert tuvo el atrevimiento de ser un arquitecto de vanguardia en un país donde gobernaba el conservadurismo estético más absoluto. Fue católico y libertario. Fue también, como todos los exiliados, un vitalista de espíritu triste, un artesano del sentido común al que le tocó vivir en un mundo extremo. Viajó, emigró, huyó. Se refugió donde pudo: París, La Habana, Nueva York y finalmente Boston. Hijo del Conde de Sert y sobrino en segundo grado del primer Marqués de Comillas, José Luis tuvo que esconderse en Estados Unidos tras la Guerra Civil. Y allí fue capaz de reconstruir una carrera profesional que le llevó a convertirse en uno de los arquitectos más importantes de su generación. Sert abrió puertas, cultivo amistades y representó a España durante décadas en los círculos más selectos de la arquitectura contemporánea. "Mi vida está dividida en capítulos que llevan nombres de ciudades: Barcelona, París, Nueva York y Boston; una vida nómada con demasiados cambios, pero sin ningún momento aburrido". Dirección y guión: Pablo Bujosa Rodríguez Producción ejecutiva: Antonio Chavarrías, Mihalis Gripiotis y Pablo Bujosa Rodríguez Realización y montaje: Miguel Ángel Abraham Documentación: Maria Charneco jlsertfilm.com facebook.com/JlSertUnSuenoNomada twitter.com/JLSertFilm Alè Produccions USA/Spain 2013

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              • Pablo Picasso's working process


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                1949, France,Picasso at work in his atelier

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                • Afana. Visit To Picasso


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                  • Various Artists - Recorded For Japan - Visual Player


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                    Recorded for Japan is a compilation album containing songs recorded between April and June 2011 to aid the victims of the earthquake, resulting tsunami, and nuclear emergency that happened on March 11th, 2011 in Japan. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this compilation will go directly towards the continuing recovery and reconstruction effort, specifically the Japanese Red Cross. The album features the contributions of Acrylics, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Beige, Chairlift, Erika Spring, Ice Choir, Kurt Vile, K. Heasley, Kuroma, Pablo Picasso, Patrick Cleandenim, Regal Degal, R. Stevie Moore (feat. Members of MGMT), and Violens. The majority of the songs on Recorded for Japan were recorded and mastered at Vacation Island Recording studio, Brooklyn, NY, and otherwise recorded by the artists themselves. Cover and "Visual Player" Artwork by Max Hooper Schneider. This album has been a genuine group effort, made possible by the generosity of the artists, recording studio and labels involved. Japan continues to need our help and your purchase is greatly appreciated.

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                    • Picasso Black and White


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                      "Picasso Black and White" is on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, through Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, 2013. For more information & tickets visit www.mfah.org/picasso

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