from Bob Lorrimer / Added

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    A parody (or satire) of the 1950's British B&W War Film "THE MALTA STORY" which starred Alec Guiness and Muriel Pavlow. **** Panasonic Gh2 and Canon FD Mount 50mm 1.8 prime lens. £70 on ebay....a gem.

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    • Per Purum Tonantes


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      *This is a cut down version of the original 35 minute piece* On the night of the 18th February 1943, Lancaster Bomber W4270 crashed during a training mission, resulting in the deaths of all seven of its crew. This is an account of that fateful night and the research that uncovered the airmen’s story. It is a tribute to their brave service and tragic sacrifice. Music: Rival Consoles - Indie is Dead Cinematic Orchestra - Build a Home The Flashbulb - Into the Woods Crystal Castles - Tell me What to Swallow

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      • The Underwater Realm - Part II - 1942 (HD)


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        The journey continues in Part III. Click here to watch the next in the series - http://vimeo.com/realmpictures/uwr1588 Explore The Underwater Realm further at http://theunderwaterrealm.com. Watch the films as they were intended - big, loud and in maximum resolution! Funded by Kickstarter DIRECTED BY David M Reynolds ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Alan Mandel PRODUCER Jonathan Dupont ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS Alan Mandel Rich Maskey Jen Manby Mark Ruddick Arthur Douglass DIRECTOR OF PHOTGRAPHY Eve Hazelton PRODUCTION DESIGN BY Shahriar Abdullah MARINE COORDINATOR Rich Stevenson EDITED BY Eve Hazelton ORIGINAL SCORE BY Rob Westwood SOUND DESIGN BY Michael Leaning & Luke Hatton HAIR, MAKE UP & PROSTHETICS DESIGN BY Danny Marie Elias COSTUME DESIGN BY Sarah Dutton WORLD CREATED BY Rosie Claverton Jonathan Dupont David M Reynolds 2012 DAN Dan Richardson REBEKAH Lauren Ashcroft OLD ARYL Diane Townsend 1942 WALTER Andy Torbet YOUNG ARYL Jenanne Redman 1588 TEYO Jamie Matthews IGNACIO Frederick Roll SAILOR Alan Neal SAILOR James Wagner SAILOR Ray Delamare SAILOR Mike Hall SAILOR Geoff Murby SAILOR Darren Murphy SA ILOR Adrian Swain LLANTUS Jessica Blake CARNYN Venetia Maitland WOREN Beccy MacEnri SCAVENGER Josh Ockenden SCAVENGER Alex Mackie SCAVENGER Cullum Austin SCAVENGER Miro Papay SCAVENGER J-P Berry CHIEF NESTOR Gareth Lawrence 1208 LADY CONANT Harriet Moran LORD CONANT Jon Campling ROLAND Duran Fulton Brown GUARD Rory Wilton GUARD Graham Dack AWAWRATH Haakon M A Smestad ACINOS Nigel Barber TERATH Alex Corbet Burcher RAWSYN Conner McKenzy 149BC IYSTYN Amanda Piery ATALYN Daan Verhoeven TENOS Daniel Nehme QUINTUS Gordon Alexander HARGRYN Sam Still CRETUS Patt Bauristhene STUNT COORDINATOR Mark Ruddick SPECIAL EFFECTS SUPERVISOR (1588) Jenny Groves PYROTECHNICS ASSISTANT Mike Evans CASTING ASSISTANT Sian Deasy HAIR & MAKE UP ASSISTANTS Jody Amner Catrin Evans Jo-Lee Davies COSTUME DESIGN ASSISTANT Katie Sampaio COSTUME SUPERVISOR Samantha Kent COSTUME DEPARTMENT Monika Bereza Alex Cawkwell Tessa Sillars-Powell Syban Verladi-Laufer Naomi Oppenheim Johann Boyer Leah Brooker James Elphick Joel Honeywell Caitlin Mogridge Claire Serra Anne Von Bengard Jessica Gelpke Michael Wood Al Overdrive Becca Kenchington Laura Plant Gabriela Hanula Doroto Hanula Hannah Crompton Jennifer Csy ART DEPARTMENT Nate Drake Kat Hyland Sam Osman Bryony Reynolds Robin Seabrook Lucy Townsend Mike Evans BOOM OPERATOR (1208) Chris Snelling MUSIC PERFORMED BY Nigel Shaw UNDERWATER CAMERA OPERATOR Rich Stevenson UNDERWATER FOCUS ENGINEER Peter Hoare UNDERWATER CAMERA ASSISTANT Clayton H. Haskell CAMERA ASSISTANTS Phil Arntz & Andy Martin CAMERA OPERATOR John Galione FOCUS PULLER Veronica Keszthelyi DIVE TEAM MARINE COORDINATION Diving & Marine Solutions SURFACE SUPERVISOR Bryan Stanislas SAFETY DIVERS Dave Booys Dominique Gorton Alice Pennefather PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS Ben Crabb Rhian Deasy Jack Harrison Liz Marshall Tea Smart Hannah Webb VISUAL EFFECTS TEAM 3D MODELERS Mark Tompson Gareth Knight Herkus Repcys Keith Wells ANIMATORS Chris Singer Chris Taylor Nana Kwasi Gyawu ROTO ARTISTS Andi Ramsey Karl Impey Dominic Coddington Tommy Davis Scott Wharram DIGITAL ARTIST Lorenz Hideyoshi Ruwwe TRACKING Ray Zschau VISUAL EFFECTS Jan Herms COMPOSITORS Darin Eaton II Fumie Nagano Oliver Andranghi Tom Tatchell Nathan Mateer Johan Bodin Alan Banis John Carter Jevon James Valgas Moore Mike Evans ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS (KICKSTARTER) Imran Farouk - Philip Bloom - Nick Ruddick - LateNite Films - Beth Ranjit Tobit Emmens - Allar Kaasik - James Huston - Franck A. Onouviet Alison M K Chapman - Jack Plumbley - Danny Cooke - Joel Chu Josh Davies - Michael Curtis - Yael - Michael A. Riley - Joseph Hatfield Michael Wallace - Gwyn Cole - Mick Jones - Roz Savage - Chris Portal Jennifer Van Gessel - Lewis Oyeghe - George Chiesa - Volker Schönefeld Shahnaz Dulaimy - James M Wagner - Stephanie Tobor - Harrison Sanborn Roman Martinez - Alan Thompson - Paul Craig - Mahmood Al-Yousif Mike Altmann - Sylvia A. Earle - LittleBigFilmCo - Xavier Rodriguez Jonathan Jarrett - Darius Wilhere - Daniel Fahre - Izzy Pollak - Tom Walter Kota - Hashiba - Lisa Williams - Alan Reynolds - Don Sausa - Opiyo Okeyo Erik Kessler - Chris Anderson - Mark E. Phair - Erik Beeson - Jason Powell SPECIAL THANKS Dave Millin and the team at Sea & Sea Jon Primrose Hollywood Monster Leisure @ Cheltenham Alan & Michael Newell at Croft Farm Owen Benson The Spitfire Society David Evans Charlie Fassano First Scaffolding Ben Von Wong Simon Lockyer

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        • Somewhere in England


          from Geoff Harrison / Added

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          Scenes from the 'Flying Legends" & "The Duxford Airshow" in July & August 2011. Camera Canon 5DMk2, Final Cut Pro X, Magic Bullet Mojo.

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          • The Red Arrows, Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team Ferté-Alais 2009


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            Beautiful HD Video footage of the Red Arrows performance during the Ferté-Alais Airshow 2009 (France). The Red Arrows, officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, is the aerobatics display team of the Royal Air Force, based at RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire, UK (soon to be RAF Waddington). They were formed in late 1964 as an all-RAF team, replacing a number of unofficial teams that had been sponsored by RAF commands. The Red Arrows badge shows the aircraft in their trademark diamond nine formation, with the motto Éclat, meaning "brilliance" or "excellence". The Red Arrows were equipped with seven Folland Gnat trainers which were inherited from the RAF Yellowjacks display team. This aircraft was chosen because it was less expensive to operate than front-line fighters. In their first season, they flew at 65 shows across Europe. In 1966, the team was increased to nine members, enabling them to develop their Diamond Nine formation. In late 1979, they switched to the BAE Hawk trainer. The Red Arrows have performed over 4,000 displays worldwide in 53 countries. Filmed and edited by Yannick Barthe, www.yannickbarthe.ch

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            • LEVI'S TAILOR SHOP PROMO (Directed by Raf Moses)


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              I shot this promo video for the Levi's Tailor Shop on West 14th street. The video features Dyuna Morgan and Rolend Gumanas, two very talented tailors that I'm proud to call my friends. The music was composed by David Buchs and Mike Spivack of INVENTIVMUSIC.COM... Thanks for watching.

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                On le connait tous ce sentiment. Le cerveau qui se vide de tout le reste, tout ça. Remy, lui, il est carrément camé à ça. Salement même. Mais c'est gratuit pour nous, et on l'en remercie. On te paiera l'hospice Neo. We all know this feeling. The instant brain wash from putting wheels on. Remy is a crackhead of it. A real one. But as it's free for us, we can only be grateful. We'll pay your hospice Neo. Etienne Camus.

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                • Operation Doomsday - Liberation of Norway May 1945


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                  Are you a relative or do you have any information regarding the 48 men who perished and the 18 men who survived? Please contact: stirlingLK147(at)gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/#!/LK147 May 8th 1945 was Victory in Europe Day. The Allied forces carried out OPERATION DOOMSDAY the same day. Mission: to Liberate Norway. Over 360.000 heavily armed Nazi German forces still occupied Norway, as they had done for the last five years since April 9th 1940. The Allied engaged a massive invasion of Norway, that brought 30.000 Allied soldiers to Norway through sea and air. On May 10 1945 three Short Stirling Aricrafts crashed enroute to Gardermoen Airfield on their mission to Liberate Norway. 48 men died on that very same day. The men onboard LK147 - 196 Sqdn. Shepherds Grove, Suffolk - May 10th 1945: ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE: Flying Officer John Leonard BREED 24 RAAF Pilot Warrant Officer Hugh Joseph KILDAY 31 RAAF ROYAL AIR FORCE VOLUNTEER RESERVE: Flight Sergeant Harold Alfred BELL 32 Flight Sergeant David WELCH 34 Wireless Operator Flight Sergeant Lionel James Douglas GILYEAD 21 Warrant Officer Raymond Charles IMPETT 32 Navigator THE LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT: Lieutenant Frederick Geoffrey SAVILLE 20 THE BORDER REGIMENT 1ST AIRBORNE BATTALION: Private Frederick BROWN 25 Private Thomas Dalrymple BROWN 26 Corporal Charles GAVAGHAN 34 Private Thomas LAYCOCK 26 Private George Alan LITTLE 25 Private Robert MCKEOWN 30 Private Horace NEWBY 32 Private Joseph PAGAN 25 Private George Thomas PHIPPS 25 Lance Corporal Thomas Errington RICHARDSON 25 Lance Sergeant Frank Raymond SEABURY 29 Private Joseph SMETHURST 38 Lance Corporal Alexander Barr TODD 25 The men onboard LJ899 - 190 Squadron, Great Dunmow - May 10th 1945: Pilot Flying Officer Eric Atkinson – RAF No. 153846 Wireless Operator Flying Officer Harold Ashton – RAF No. 172733 Bomb Aimer William Stanley Long – RAF No. 165358 Air Gunner Sergeant William “Jack” Flynn – RAF No. 1824033 Flight Engineer Sergeant William “Bill” Wright Navigator Sergeant Kenneth Haddy Rundle Passengers: Major Donald R. Hartt (Canloan officer) 3185283 CSM Thomas Morrison 2046171 L/Cpl Robert J. Saunders (originally RE) 14868959 L/Cpl Ronald Victor Lindsell 2047320 Pte Herbert Walter McCawley (originally RE) 14216339 Pte Gordon K. Harradine 1430452 Pte Harold T. Cooper (originally RA) 14406108 Pte Alexander Hogg (Sigs) 14436095 Pte Clarence Steele 14879068 Pte Alfred Wadsworth 7522860 L/Cpl Frank Barraclough (RAMC) Wounded: 14876530 Pte Eric W. Evans 14819860 Pte Charles F. Whitford – leg and stomach injuries Perished: 3185837 L/Sgt John Mulholland 2751055 Cpl James McAra Davidson 3326512 Cpl John Pearl 14806308 Pte Duncan Anthony Connolly The men onboard LK297 – 190 Sqdn. 5G-G – Great Dunmow - May 10th 1945: S/Ldr. Douglas Raymond Robertson (RCAF) - J/13712 - age 23 – Kamloops, Br. Columbia, Canada F/Lt. Norman Leslie Roseblade (RCAF) - J/15029 - Canada F/Lt. Lemuel Ernest Prowse (RCAF) - J/22241 - age 25 - of Bengough, Saskatchewan, Canada F/Sgt. Arthur Gwynne Davies - 1655744 - age 38 F/Sgt. Ronald Alderson - 621931 - age 26 W/O. George Edward Thompson - 934837 - age 34 - Notting Hill, London Air Vice-Marshal James Rowland Scarlett-Streatfeild - 26093 - age 36 Norwegian liaison officer Major Peter Kato Juliebø – age 34 HQ. 1. Airb. Div. Def. Pl. Army Air Corps: Cpl. Sidney George Rayner - 6022851 - age 28 - Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire Pte. David William Cooper - 5949675 - age 27 - Holloway, London Pte. Walter Robert Lovett - 5949624 - age 25 - Battersea, London Pte. Walter William Elliott - 2066440 - age 23 - Smethwick, Staffordshire Pte. Kenneth John Watts - 14838385 - age 18 – Bournemouth, Hampshire Pte. George Walton - 14849675 - age 19 - Rookhope, Durham Pte. Michael Mullen Wade - 14821131 - age 19 - Whitletts, Ayrshire Pte. Francis Gerard Trainor - 14848212 - age 19 – Distington, Cumberland Pte. John Shannon - 14790116 - age 18 - Paisley, Renfrewshire Pte. Clarence Sutherland - 14823217 - age 18 - Liverpool Pte. William Rodger - 14448582 - age 18 - Glasgow Pte. Edmund Charles Monk - 14448624 - 18 - Colchester, Essex Pte. Frank George McGlynn - 14448532 - age 18 2nd Airborne Battalion, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry: Pte. Frederick Sainty - 6148388 - age 22 – Clapham, London Pte. Edward Waby - 5382102 - age 26 - son of James and Mary Pte. Herbert William Woodward - 5381488 - age 29 – Wantage, Berkshire

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                  • RAF Tornados at Bournemouth 2012


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                    RAF XV(R) Squadron Lossiemouth with their Tornados GR.4 at the Air Festival Bournemouth 2012. http://www.raf.mod.uk/events/TornadoRoleDemoTeam.cfm

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                    • Bréguet Br-14P and Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5A Color version Ferté-Alais 2009


                      from Yannick Barthe / Added

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                      A new extract with the Breguet 14 and the RAF SE5 filmed during the Ferté-Alais Airshow in France. The Breguet 14 was a French biplane bomber and reconnaissance aircraft of World War I. It was built in very large numbers and production continued for many years after the end of the war. Apart from its widespread usage, it was noteworthy for becoming the first aircraft in mass production to use large amounts of metal rather than wood in its structure. This allowed the airframe to be lighter than a wooden airframe of the same strength, in turn making the aircraft very fast and agile for its size, able to outrun many of the fighters of the day. Its strong construction was able to sustain much damage, it was easy to handle and had good performance. The Breguet 14 is considered one of the best aircraft of the war. The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a British biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Although the first examples reached the Western Front before the Sopwith Camel, and it had a much better overall performance, problems with its Hispano-Suiza engine meant that there was a chronic shortage of S.E.5s until well into 1918 and fewer squadrons were equipped with the type than with the Sopwith fighter. Together with the Camel, the S.E.5 was instrumental in regaining allied air superiority in mid-1917 - and maintaining this for the rest of the war - ensuring there was no repetition of "Bloody April" 1917, when losses in the Royal Flying Corps were much heavier than in the Luftstreitkräfte. La Ferté-Alais is a small town and commune of 3,000 in the Essonne département, France. It is 52 km (32 mi) south of Paris. Its airfield (in Cerny really), hosts a world-famous air show for vintage World War I and WWII aircraft and a museum of such aircraft. It even has the aircraft (still airworthy) that Louis Blériot used to cross the English Channel in 1909. Shot with a Sony HVR-Z1. Graded with QL. Filmed and edited by Yannick Barthe, www.aeromedia-concept.ch

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