1. Food For Life - Cooking Pilot


    from Dominik Kosicki Added 297 1 0

    Food For Life - with Ciaran O'Callaghan Chef Ciaran O'Callaghan, of Ciaran's Cafe in Limerick, Ireland, treats his guests to a culinary feast of delicious and healthy food. Chef: Ciaran O'Callaghan Guests: Breeda Ryan Michael O’Callaghan Michelle McMahon Naomi Sparks Richard Lynch Sarah Lynch Director: Yasmin O’Grady Cameras: Bryan O’Brien & Dominik Kosicki Sound: Ronan Cassidy Music : Kevin MacLeod Editor: Dominik Kosicki Art Director: Imen Mc Donnell Creative Consultant: Richard Lynch Make-up & Wardrobe: Anne-Marie Chianella Production Assistant: Cathy Stephens Wallace Transport Captain: Mike Grace Producers: Imen Mc Donnell & Miriam Garcia Mortell Visit: www.ciarans.ie Shot with Sony EX1 and Canon XL2. Edited in Sony Vegas Pro 9.

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    • Art Imitates Life - Pilot


      from Jason Beaumont Added 297 0 0

      This is a pilot we shot for a Comedy Central pilot competition. It was a fun collaborative effort. Enjoy! If you are in the Chicago area and need our video production services, email us at brewbeau@gmail.com

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      • Unconquered Season 1 Trailer


        from Rockets Rabbits Robots Added

        Unconquered Teaser Trailer! The story of three up and coming screenwriters living in New York trying to produce their movie. www.unconquerednyc.com

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        • Balle's steadicam reel


          from Aline Ballestero Added 297 8 3

          These are a few of my jobs with the Pilot. Thanks Veneno, Fonini and Chin for the inspiration and friendship. Steadicam operation: Aline Ballestero

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          • The Runway Show


            from Josh Smith Added 297 0 1

            The Runway Show is a pilot for a potential television program. It was written by Teisher Mcleod and Marissa Dominguez. It's a mixture of a reality, and a regular sitcom. Featuring: Teisher McLeod, Keisher McLeod-Wells, J.C. Matsuda, Eckhart Jimenez, Donald Kingston, Marissa Dominguez, Suevella Nevels, Jena Mroz and Michael Levine With music by "Starface" and the Reaver. Shot, directed and edited by Josh Smith. Find out more at www.the-runway-show.com

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            • Launch: All Systems Go [Split Screen]


              from Profitic Added 297 5 0

              "Everything's looking good." Launch: All Systems Go provides stunning views of the space shuttles' ascent from main engine ignition through Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) separation. This movie is presented with two simultaneous camera views; a list of alternative versions is included below. The following discussion describes the supplemental video (right). Please refer to the Tech Edition for additional notes regarding the main video sequence (left). This information is based on material found in Wikipedia and the sources listed below. 0:00 - (Opening title sequence) The Ground Umbilical Carrier Plate swings away from the external fuel tank as the booster rockets detonate. 0:20 - View from SRB-mounted camera as the sound suppression system is activated at T-16 seconds. Water floods the launch pad to absorb energy and protect the shuttle and its payload. 0:26 - View of the Space Shuttle Main Engines (SSMEs). At T-10 seconds the Free Hydrogen Burn Off System is activated to prevent accumulation of unburnt fuel. The three main engines fire at 0.12 second intervals starting at T-6.6 seconds. 0:31 - The thrust of the main engines causes the shuttle to tilt forward. SRBs ignite when the vehicle rocks back to a vertical position. 0:41 - View through the orbiter's overhead window. 0:57 - Forward view from the cockpit looking over the nose of the orbiter and the external tank. 1:01 - This view from a helicopter captures the shuttle's speed and rapid acceleration as it ascends. 1:43 - SRB-mounted camera looking forward shows the sky transitioning from blue to black. The "limb of the Earth" refers to the blue halo that appears when the atmosphere is viewed from the side. 2:21 - SRB-mounted camera looking back toward the Earth shows the exhaust plume rising above the clouds. 2:36 - View from the cockpit as the booster separation motors fire. 2:40 - Two minutes into the flight at an altitude of 146,000 ft (28 miles, 45 km) the SRBs are jettisoned from the shuttle when the diminishing thrust is neutralized by the weight of the rockets. 2:43 - Although the SRBs appear to be falling away from the shuttle, the rockets continue to ascend for another 75 seconds to an altitude of 220,000 ft. 2:45 - After SRB separation the shuttle rolls slightly and the orbiter's maneuvering engines fire to provide additional thrust. Launch: All Systems Go is available in the following formats: Main sequence (25fps): http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-asg-25 - with subtitles (25fps): http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-asg-ce-25 Main sequence (30fps): http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-asg-30 - with subtitles (30fps): http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-asg-ce-30 Split Screen: ---current view--- Tech Edition: http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-asg-te Higher bitrate copies of these videos are available for viewing and download at Internet Archive: http://archive.org/details/launch-asg. This movie was developed in conjunction with Launch: Maximum Thrust -- a similar video that shows up to five synchronized camera views simultaneously: http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-maxt-ca. Produced and edited by Ivan Myles. Footage provided by NASA courtesy of NASASpaceFlight.com, nasa.gov, Internet Archive, and SpaceFlightNowPlus.com. Supplemental video (right) is available from the following sources: http://archive.org/details/best-of-the-best-provides-new-views-commentary-of-shuttle-launches-vFwqZ4qAUkE http://archive.org/details/sts135-final-launch-of-the-space-shuttle-program-3deA3BXAnHs http://archive.org/details/new-views-of-endeavours-launch-from-booster-cameras-bJla-JsVNpw http://archive.org/details/Sts-135SolidRocketBoosterCameraVideoOfAtlantisLaunch http://archive.org/details/JSC_1741_STS91_Post_Flight_Presentation.wmv http://archive.org/details/JSC_1888_STS100_Post_Flight_Presentation.wmv http://archive.org/details/JSC_1941_STS112_Post_Flight_Presentation.wmv http://spaceflightnowplus.com/content.php?i=6208 (login required) Please refer to the opening title sequence clip for links to the other source content: http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-asg-op. Distribution or presentation in whole or in part must be accompanied by all credits and notices, and must comply with guidelines for use of NASA imagery. MAY NOT BE USED FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES OR FUND RAISING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO GENERATION OF ADVERTISING REVENUE. Persons depicted or speaking in this work appear for illustrative purposes only. No endorsement of any commercial product, process, or service is stated or implied. Presented without warranty, guarantee, or any representation regarding accuracy, performance, reliability, security, currentness, or otherwise. The producer, Profitic, content providers, and their members, officers, employees, agents, and/or suppliers shall not be liable to any person or entity for any damages, costs, or proceeding arising out of use of this work or otherwise.

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              • Eurocopter Mbb Bo-105 Helicopter Airshow Demonstration


                from Shawn Herbst Added

                A video of the South African Police Services "SAPS" Airwing Eurocopter Mbb Bo-105 during a display at the annual 2011 City of Durban Virginia Airshow. Flown by Fran's Haasbroek.

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                • re•make Teaser Trailer


                  from Actual Industries Added 296 1 0

                  You might have heard the phrase "Keep Portland Weird." There is a reason this town has that mantra. Portlanders tend to look at things a little differently. Where one might see junk, we see opportunity. People in this area value the crafty spirit. Maybe it’s our pioneer backbone that still lingers from our trailblazing forefathers. You may not have grown up knowing how to build your own bike, brew your own beer, or make your own clothes, but if you live in the Northwest, you’re bound to meet others who do, and will gladly show you how. This is what re•make is all about: embracing this sense of community and the artistic ability that lives in all of us. 11-016

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                  • Landing at Hamburg


                    from Christoph Paulus Added 296 0 0

                    Landing at EDDH with my A330 homecockpit.

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                    • Virtual Pilot 3D - Online Flight Simulator


                      from Matt Saenz Added 296 0 0

                      http://virtualpilot3d.blog300.com - Virtual Pilot 3D - Online Flight Simulator Real Time Weather Changes - Virtual Pilot 3D You can fly out in clear skies, and run in to hail ten minutes in to your flight, with real time weather updates, you are going to get the weather that is constantly changing, and is not predictable, when you are playing the game as well. With the different timezones, and constant weather changes, depending on where you fly to, and leave from, you are going to be getting various different weather challenges. Click Here Now *** http://virtualpilot3d.blog300.com *** Virtual Pilot 3D - Online Flight Simulator

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