1. James Blake - The Wilhelm Scream [unofficial music video]

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    from Eszter Maklary / Added

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    This is an unofficial music video for James Blake's song, The Wilhelm Scream. Written directed and edited by Eszter Makláry Shot by Máté Makláry Cast: The Dancer - László Takács The Actor - Viktor Baradlay The Ballerina - Liliána Horváth The Painter - Olivér Legény Make-up: Bernadett Ditrói Special Thanks to the Sanyi és Aranka Theater and Opera! I don't own the rights of the music the video is an homage to the song. - - - - - Ez egy nem hivatalos videóklip James Blake The Wilhelm Scream című számához. Írta, rendezte és vágta Makláry Eszter. Felvette: Makláry Máté Szereplők: A Táncos: Takács Lászó A Színész - Baradlay Viktor A Ballerina - Horváth Liliána A Festő - Legény Olivér Smink: Bernadett Ditrói Külön köszönet a Sanyi és Aranka Színháznak!

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    • Curb (Short Film)

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      from Wally Mikhu / Added

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      This is a short story based on actual events that happened to one of our crew member so we decided to make it our first short film and add some suspense to it. please watch and share and let us know what you think in the comments. Good or Bad we still appreciate your time for watching. Directred by Wally Mikhu Written by Edi Arapi & Steven Mikhu Music by Brendan Squires Cast: Noah Robbie, Edi Arapi, and John Masboob Shot on the Canon 650D Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

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      • Flag's Up Trailer - May 2015

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        from Erik Smith / Added

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        Flag's Up is an upcoming documentary about the sport of antique hand tub firemen's musters. These are competitions to see which crew can play the longest stream of water with a hand pumped fire engine, built in the 1800s. The footage is all shot with GoPros by members of the New England States Veteran Firemen's League. It's a sport that got it's organized start in Bath, Maine on July 4, 1849. Please check out my movie's Facebook page for more info: http://www.facebook.com/FlagsUpMovie Or follow us on Instagram: @flags.up

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        • Scream (TV Series) Official Trailer MTV

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          from Someplace Nice / Added

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          Director: Jamie Travis

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          • Run Bitch Run SuperCut

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            from Paco Lerma / Added

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            The image of a frantic girl running up the stairs away from the slasher is more significant than one may believe. There is a reason why it is easily one of the most recognizable tropes known to horror fans. Maybe it has to do with destroying the safety usually felt within the home, or maybe it is meant to wreck the idea of women being able to sustain the household. Many would argue that it is as simple as a girl running up the stairs; however, it is much more than that. Society has always thought that households are where the heart is. It is where one feels the safest. Yet, these women are ironically trapped within this safe space as soon as they run up the stairs. There is no escaping for any of these women once they are trapped in the upper quarters of their house. The fact that these women choose to go upstairs rather than out the front door shows how society views the home as a place of safety and comfort. Many of these women that run up the stairs famously get murdered for their decision. They are unable to break this mold society has gripped around their throats, and they meet their end. Those women who succeed in escaping by locking doors (Scream), jumping from the roof (Halloween), or running through the window (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) signify strength, survivability, and resilience. They, the final girls, do follow society’s norms by presenting purity, intelligence, and beauty; yet, they are able to also break through these tropes in finding an escape route. It does bring to question why only females are seen running up the stairs. Why is it that men never suffer in the same manner these women do? Men are known to die quickly and less painfully than women in slasher films. Female characters are put through so much more torture than their male counterparts (Lizardi 119.) Even in reality, women suffer more through child labor, menstrual cycles, and the weight of the oppressive patriarchy. Society’s view does influence the plots of these films along with their success. Comparing the genre to the patriarchy, “feminists have suggested slasher films allow male audiences to live out carnal fantasies in the safety of a dark theatre” (Scott). Running up the stairs are these women’s last chance at survival. It is their last resort, cutting off all other possibilities. Once trapped, they are subject to torturous murders. To answer the question posed, women are seen running up the stairs because it mirrors society’s views that women are trapped by the patriarchy, brought to life and displayed within their own home. Lizardi, Ryan. "“Re-Imagining” Hegemony and Misogyny in the Contemporary Slasher Remake." Journal of Popular Film and Television (2010): 113-21. Print. Scott, Elfy. "Slasher Films Should Stop Punishing Promiscuous Women." Catalogue Magazine. Print. Movies Used: Halloween 4. Perf. Donald Pleasence, Ellie Cornell, Danielle Harris. 1988. Film. Halloween H20. Perf. Jami Lee Curtis, Josh Hartnett, Adam Arkin. Dimension Home Video ;, 1998. Film. Halloween: Resurrection. Perf. Jamie Lee Curtis, Busta Rhymes, Brad Loree. Dimension Home Video ;, 2002. Film. Scary Movie. Perf. Anna Faris, Jon Abrahams, Marlon Wayans. Dimension Home Video :, 2000. Film. Scream. Perf. Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Aruette, Drew Barrymore. Alliance Films Inc., 1996. Film. Scream 2. Perf. Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, David Arquette. Yorin, 1997. Film. Scream 3. Perf. David Arquette, Neve Camell, Courteney Cox. Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2000. Film. Scream 4. Perf. David Arquette, Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, Emma Roberts. Alliance (UHV) Alliance/Universal, 2011. Film. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Perf. Marilyn Burns, Edwin Neal, Allen Danziger. 1974. Film. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Perf. Renée Zellweger, Matthew McConaughey, Robert Jacks. 1994. Film.

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            • "Blood Drive" (a May 2015 SETV Production)

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              from SEHSFilmStudies / Added

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              Three unexpected friends drop by St. Edward to donate some blood... Written by Advanced Film students Sebastian Tobon, Adam Stanek, & Joe Tilton.

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              • Scream Teaser

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                from Fri Art / Added

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                http://www.screamscape.ch

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                • Run Bitch Run...Up The Stairs SuperCut

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                  from Paco Lerma / Added

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                  The significance of a frantic girl running up the stairs away from the slasher is more significant than one may begin to believe. There is a reason why it is easily one of the most recognizable tropes known to horror fans. Maybe it has to do with the defacing of this safety within the home view, or maybe it has to do with the defacing of women being able to sustain the household. Many would argue that it is just as simple as a girl running up the stairs; however, it is much more than that. Society has always placed this seal of significance that households are where the heart is. It is where one feels the safest. Yet, these women are ironically trapped within this safety space as soon as they run up the stairs. There is no escaping for any of these women once they are trapped within the confines of the claustrophobic upstairs. The fact that these women choose to go upstairs rather than the front door shows how society views the home as a place of safety and comfort. Many of these women that run up the stairs famously get murdered for their decision. They are unable to break this mold society has gripped around their throats, and they succumb to the slasher. Those women who succeed to escaping either through locking doors (Scream), jumping from the roof (Halloween), or running through the window (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) signify strength and ability to survive. They, the final girls, do follow society’s norms by presenting purity, intelligence, and beauty; yet, they are able to also break through these tropes by finding an escape route. It does bring to question why only females are seen running up the stairs. Why is it that men never suffer the way these women do? Men are more known to die quickly and less painfully than women within these slasher films. Female roles are put through so much more torture than their male counterparts (Lizardi 119.) Even in reality, women suffer more through child labor, menstrual cycles and the weight of patriarchy. Society’s view does influence the making of these films along with their tendency for success. Especially today with patriarchy downgrading women, “feminists have suggested slasher films allow male audiences to live out carnal fantasies in the safety of a dark theatre” (Scott). Running up the stairs is this women’s last chance at survival. It is their last resort thus cutting off all other possibilities. Once trapped, they are vulnerable to torturous murders. To answer the question posed, women are seen running up the stairs as they mirror society’s views that women are trapped within this patriarchal view even within their own home. Lizardi, Ryan. "“Re-Imagining” Hegemony and Misogyny in the Contemporary Slasher Remake." Journal of Popular Film and Television (2010): 113-21. Print. Scott, Elfy. "Slasher Films Should Stop Punishing Promiscuous Women." Catalogue Magazine. Print.

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                  • Street Desire // Short Film

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                    from Miles Stammberger / Added

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                    FOLLOW US! facebook.com/wildebeestfilms YOUTUBE: youtube.com/channel/UCawcYzVdS67OfpZbZ3pBItQ TWITTER: twitter.com/WildebeestFP INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/wildebeestfilms/ /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// A Short Film by Miles & Lola Stammberger Street Desire blurs the lines between surrealism and the real, as a young man encounters a hysterical woman who is suffering with the loss of a loved one. Filmed with: Nikon D7100 Shitty Mic Reflector Edited with: Final Cut Pro

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                    • Klepp - Sot

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                      from Enyeto / Added

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                      Klepp performing Sot live in Arendal, Norway

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