1. Fantastic Fest Pat Healey Will Buy A Copy Of 'Cheap Thrills' For You (If You Pay)

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    This video was created at the 2014 Fantastic Fest in Austin Texas. This incredible and outrageous week long movie binge can create some interesting moments. Preston Barta and Cole Clay, representing Fresh Fiction, invited me to record video for their interviews and catch some movies. While waiting for the next screening, Preston noticed Pat Healy also waiting for the next event. With plenty of experience in approaching celebrities, Preston and Clay kindly asked if Pat would mind buying a copy of his new film Cheap Thrills. The moment he agreed, I quickly set-up and captured the moment handheld.

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    • CHEAP THRILLS Trailer Fr

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      Pour ceux ne connaissant pas encore le réalisateur E.L. Katz, voici son premier long-métrage, un savoureux huit-clos bourré d'humour noir ! Un coup d'essai transformé en coup de maître ! Tout juste licencié et menacé d'expulsion, un jeune papa endetté voit sa vie bouleversée quand il rencontre, dans un bar, un couple de gens aisés qui lui propose une solution à ses problèmes financiers... Mais à quel prix ?

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      • GLEISON TIBEAU TALKS FIGHT WITH PAT HEALY UFC FIGHT NIGHT 45

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        Susan Cingari stops by ATT Coconut Creek and catches up with UFC fighter Gleison Tibau. We take you INSIDE his training camp as he prepares to fight UFC fighter Pat Healy at UFC Fight Night 45 on July 16, 2014 in Atlantic City. Gleison tells why he is preparing for a stand up war with Healy but is ready to go to the ground at any time. Gleison also tells us what he would have done differently in his recent fight against Michael Johnson at UFC 168 - Weidman vs. Silva 2 in which he lost. Thanks to Gleison Tibau for a great interview and please subscribe to my you tube channel by clicking here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=susancingarimma

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        • DOGGNAPP'D

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            • CHEAP THRILLS Share To Dare #5: Bottle of Steak Sauce

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              Producer Travis Stevens, actor Pat Healy, director Evan Katz and distributor Tim League drink a bottle of A1 Steak Sauce.

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              • Cheap Thrills PNP trailer

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                Craig is a struggling family man who loses his low-wage job and is threatened with eviction. In an effort to delay facing the music at home, he heads to a local bar and encounters an old friend, Vince. The two friends are roped into a round of drinks by a charismatic and obscenely wealthy stranger Colin, along with his mysterious wife . The couple engages the two friends in a series of innocent dares in exchange for money over the course of the evening, with each challenge upping the ante in both reward and boundaries. It seems like easy and much needed money, but the couple’s twisted sense of humor pushes just how far Craig and his friend are willing to go for money and CHEAP THRILLS.

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                • Analysing Non-Verbal Communication Using Motion Capture

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                  Prof. Pat Healy, Prof. Rose McCabe and Dr. Mary Lavelle explain some investigations into non-verbal communication with the Cognitive Science group at Queen Mary University London. Transcript: This is a performance laboratory which has a set of 12 motion capture cameras installed and a server that allows us to look at live interactions between people in a great deal of detail; it allows us to capture the gestures, hand movements and body position. The way it does that is by using optical sensors, passive sensors, which reflect infra-red light, strobed from the cameras, people put these sensors on their joints like wrists and shoulders and then we can track their movements in 3D and then we can reconstruct a skeleton of the whole body and then look at the relationship between the movements of different people as they have a conversation. We can take the markers of somebody's head and work out the orientation angle of the head, so where their head is pointing. That allows us to look at patterns of address in multi-party exchanges, for example who the speaker is directly addressing, the primary recipient, who the speaker is not currently looking at, not currently talking to, but is nonetheless part of the conversation and we can classify them as a secondary participant on the basis of the speakers head angle. Then once we've done that, we can look at what the primary and secondary recipient are doing, non-verbally and what kind of feedback they are giving to the speaker as they're talking. This turns out to be interesting and very different for primary and secondary recipients. Why is it important to look at how social interactions work for people with the diagnosis of schizophrenia? We know that they are very socially excluded, they are one of the most socially excluded groups in our society. Maximum 1 in 10 work, which is much lower than any other group with a disability and they also have fewer people to turn to in a crisis, they have fewer social contacts, fewer friendships and the quality of those friendships is not as good. Conversely we also know that those people that have better social contacts, better quality of social networks have a much better outcome and they recover much better that those people who don't. We're very interested in looking at patients interactions and how they communicate with other people outside of the clinical setting, so while we know that you can get a snapshot of how people interact in a medical appointment, that doesn't always give you a good idea about how they relate to people outside the clinic, and it's outside of the clinic in terms of their interactions and relationships with other people that make the difference in terms of their social outcomes and recovery, so it's very exciting to be able to think about understanding how those relationships work. Because we are interested in how patients interact with others outside of clinical context we investigated the non-verbal communication of patients and others within multi-party interaction. We were interested in looking at the participation of the patient both in a role of speaker and primary and secondary recipient and in how others interact with the patient, their participation when the patient is present. What we found was that within an interaction, in the first 30 seconds, patients appear to be marginalised and participate less actively in the interaction it's self. This is diminished over time and becomes less as the interaction progresses, but it appears that the first 30 seconds are critical in terms of interpersonal processes, so how others experience rapport with that patient. The implication of these findings is that social exclusion that patients experience may be played out in the their interactions with others and in order to identify what specific interaction elements contribute to this, we need to tease these apart in terms of patients social interactions with others.

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                  • Something's Fishy

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                    A possible big break with Patrick’s novel turns into an ill-fated dinner party.

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                    • Pat Healy, Compliance Movie, Kelly Calabrese, Sundance 2012

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                      Pat Healy chats with Kelly Calabrese about his Horror ,Thriller, dark film and even darker character in "Compliance" directed by his buddy Craig Zobel. Sundance Film Festival 2012

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