1. Count on Me

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    from Gentleman Scholar / Added

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    We all grew up learning how to count with Sesame Street's Count. This is Gentleman Scholar's playful way of saying thanks for the lessons.

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    • Sesame Street breaks it down

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      from Wonderful Creative / Added

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      Just for fun, the Sesame Street gang show us how to get down - http://Facebook.com/WonderfulCA

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      • La Loteria

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        from Shahir Daud / Added

        105K Plays / / 58 Comments

        While waiting for his plane to board so he can immigrate to America, Augusto Ramirez recalls the three biggest regrets of his life. Based on a true story. Dir. Shahir Daud www.shahirdaud.com Prod: Shivali Gulab, Alejandro Soto Goico, Isabel Davis, Shahir Daud Writer(s): Shahir Daud, Brendan McArthy, Gavin McGibbon DP: Brandon Ripley www.brandonripley.com Art Director: Maggie Ruder www.allaboutr.com/ Sound Recordist(s): Brett Ainslie, Ben Nimkin 1st AC/Focus: Kyle Taylor 2nd AC: Adam Waters Editor(s): Shahir Daud, Alejandro Soto Goico VFX: Mike Wechsler, Leonardo Cabrera, Shahir Daud mikewechsler.com/ Sound Mixer/Designer: Nigel Stanford www.nigelstanford.com Starring: Ismael Cruz Córdova, Ines Milans, Manny Rey, Angela Rodriguez, Juan Pichardo, Samantha Shane, Adam Tyler Waters Music: "Mariposas", "Polo Margaritenoio" & "Crack Whore" by Yva Las Vegas freemusicarchive.org/music/Yva_Las_Vegass/ "Apple" by Lady Lamb the Beekeeper & Emily Hope Price ladylambthebeekeeper.bandcamp.com/track/apple

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        • The Rapture - "Whoo! Alright! Yeah! Uh-huh!"

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          from Benjamin Dickinson / Added

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          Shot in Bushwick, Brooklyn Nominee MVPA '07

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          • The Count

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            from Chris O'Hara / Added

            12.8K Plays / / 21 Comments

            A little something featuring everybody's favourite vampire.

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            • Eclectic Method - Rock & Remix 2

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              from Eclectic Method / Added

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              Download FREE audio Mp3: http://bit.ly/RnR2 Full details at: http://bit.ly/EMRnR2 http://eclecticmethod.net http://twitter.com/eclecticmethod http://myspace.com/eclecticmethod http://youtube.com/eclecticmethod http://flickr.com/eclecticmethod http://bit.ly/emfacebook

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              • Journey Through A Melting Brain (The Stratacut of David Daniels)

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                from Bent Image Lab / Added

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                DIRECTOR David Daniels MOVIE TYPE Montage STUDIO Bent Image Lab Strata-cut animation, also spelled stratcut or straticut, is a form of clay animation, itself one of many forms of stop motion animation. Strata-cut animation is most commonly a form of clay animation in which a long bread-like "loaf" of clay, internally packed with varying imagery, is sliced into thin sheets, with the animation camera taking a frame of the end of the loaf for each cut, eventually revealing the movement of the internal images within. Wax may be used instead of clay for the loaf, but this can be more difficult to use because it is less malleable. Pioneered in both clay and blocks of wax by German animator Oskar Fischinger during the 1920s and 30s, the technique was revived and highly refined in the mid-90s by California-Oregon animator and Bent Image Lab co-founder, David Daniels. A past associate of Will Vinton, Daniels dropped his strata-bomb on the world with the release of his thesis film from Cal Arts, entitled "Buzzbox." After the firestorm of "Buzzbox," Daniels found himself implementing the technique of stratacut for commercial uses. He found work with Pee Wee's Playhouse, Sesame Street, Peter Gabriel's music video for "Big Time," The Jackson Five, and the infamous scene from the tv series "Gary n Mike" in which one of the boys drops acid on accident, sending his conscious mind into a psychedelic stratacut whirlpool. Stratacut is created only through an in depth understanding of space-time, because in stratacut, you build your imagery not just in X, Y, and Z space, but also considering time as a dimension, and the most important one. Students who have undertaken the challenge of creating stratacut animation will tell you, it is not for those unwilling to bend their perception of animation, and time in the process.

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                • NYC Train Ride to Coney Island and Back

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                  from Ian Lucero / Added

                  This is some footage I took of my first time to Coney Island in New York. Music by Boom Bip 2004

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                  • Grover rules and I suck.

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                    from Steve Woolf / Added

                    634 Plays / / 13 Comments

                    At the TV Critics Press Tour in August, we interviewed Sesame Street. I was so dumbstruck by watching Maria, Grover, and Cookie Monster, that I ACTUALLY REACHED IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA to adjust audio levels on a mixing board we borrowed. To say this is an incredibly stupid thing to do is an understatement. Grover noticed.

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                    • Sesame Street vs Beastie Boys - Sure Shot mashup (whole song)

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                      from Chester Fielder / Added

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                      Sesame Street vs Beastie Boys - Sure Shot mashup (whole song)

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