1. Medal of Honor VOD


    from Roger Sherman, Florentine Films / Added

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    What makes a person face almost certain death to save the lives of others? Where does one find the strength to endure unspeakable acts of torture at the hands of an enemy and not lose the will to survive? Would we—if put into the same situation—be capable of such heroism? Medal of Honor reveals the almost inconceivable acts of those few heroes who answered “Yes!” Produced, directed, and filmed by Roger Sherman, the 90-minute PBS special traces the history of the medal from Iraq to the Civil War when it was created.

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    • Wintec Spark 2014 - Graduate Panel


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      Spark Festival, Wintec School of Media Arts welcomes graduates back from Melbourne, Auckland and Wellington to share their experiences. Jenna Lynch grew up in tiny Alexandra until her love of words carved a path toward a Bachelor of Media Arts and the National Diploma in Journalism (Multi Media) at Wintec completed in 2012. With a passion for the arts, communities and people, Jenna thrives on finding stories in unexpected places. Jenna is Assignment Editor for 3 News in Wellington and prior to that worked as a journalist for Fairfax Media, Waikato. Paul Smith completed a Media Arts degree in graphics and moving image at Wintec. After working in Hamilton as a graphic designer for Deep Video Imaging and Digital Stream he undertook an honours degree at Waikato University. From there he worked in London for five years with roles as an assistant editor for Steam Motion & Sound and then later as the Operations Manager for Soho Transfer. Since returning to New Zealand he has been with Auckland’s leading post production facility Images& Sound since 2013 as Post Production Supervisor, where he looks after some of New Zealand’s top TV shows such as Go Girls, Nothing Trivial and The Almighty Johnsons, as well as local feature films. “I started being interested in post-production back at art school in 1997. I got really inspired by the direct film work of Len Lye. There was a Steenbeck film editing unit, so I found some old footage and started to have a play." Since early 2012, Rochelle Jones has worked as the Marketing Assistant for Melbourne-based chocolatiers The Chocolate Box. She manages all communications across the retail stores and growth and expansion of the online store. Rochelle believes that having a strong brand-culture is now the driving force behind a company's success (not to mention employee satisfaction), and with the rise of smarter consumers demanding authentic and transparent communication, empowering employees is of crucial importance. Outside of work, Rochelle spends her time socialising, exploring Melbourne's food and shopping hideouts, reading, travelling, learning and drinking black coffee.

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      • Paul Smith & Annette Warren Smith: Interviews & Performances


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        Produced by Dana Richardson & Sarah Zentz Directed by Marjeanne Blinn This recording is being made as part of the Palos Verdes Library District's Oral History Project, which serves to preserve the history of the Palos Verdes Peninsula through primary documents and conversations.

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        • John Friedman's presentation at the Financial Literacy Seminar


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          • Paul Smith


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            Calvary Chapel San Clemente Guest Speaker Paul Smith

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            • Paul M Smith


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              Photographic artist Paul M Smith talks to students at Coventry University about his photographic career. From joining the Army to becoming a highly collected artist, Paul talks through his 6 major projects. Artist Rifles, Make my Night, Sing When You're Winning, This is Not Pornography, Action and Mr Smith. www.paulmsmith.co.uk

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              • Eric Shifrin & The In Crowd at the Cadillac Hotel


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                Eric Shifrin, piano / Paul Smith, bass / Mark Lee, drums. Performing 'live' at the historic Cadillac Hotel in San Francisco on Friday, October 10, 2014. Since the turn of the century, Eric Shifrin has been the house pianist at local landmark: The Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco. Eric Shifrin & The In Crowd specializes in tasty, upbeat jazz & blues. Visit him on the web: www.ericshifrin.com Concerts at the Cadillac is a free monthly concert series of high-quality music in the lobby of the Cadillac Hotel in the heart of San Francisco's Tenderloin district. It is dedicated to the power of music to uplift and inspire. The piano is a fully restored 1884 Steinway Model D concert grand which is meticulously maintained. www.cadillachotel.org

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                • Ethical Investments: Design and Communication


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                  The Sustainability Report moderated this live panel debate in Sydney on the investment decision-making behind ethical financial products in the areas of superannuation, funds management and wealth management, how activities such as ESG integration and impact investments can result in products that can do well for investors while doing good for the wider community, too, and how they communicate the benefits of ethical investment to their internal and external stakeholders. The panel was sponsored by Australian Ethical Investment. Moderated by Rachel Alembakis, Publisher of The Sustainability Report, the panel featured Paul Smith, General Manager, Strategy and Communications, Australian Ethical Investment, Peter Murphy, Chief Executive Officer, Christian Super, Trevor Thomas, Managing Director, EthInvest, and Justin Medcalf, Senior Manager - Responsible Investments Bendigo & Adelaide Bank For more coverage of this and other issues, please subscribe to The Sustainability Report at thesustainabilityreport.com.au

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                  • New Evangelicalism


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                    Paul Smith Worship Life Calvary Chapel New Evangelicalism Pastor Holland Davis July 24, 2011

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                    • POCOS Symposia 2.04: Boredom Research


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                      Preservation Of Complex Objects Symposia (POCOS) Symposia 2: Software Art (presentation) Best before… software artworks may be seen after this date; however their quality may be affected by improper storage Vicky Isley and Paul Smith boredomresearch / NCCA, Bournemouth University, UK Date: 11/10/2011 Venue: The Lighthouse, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

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