1. OCCUPY Broadway Skate Bomb NYC 10 / 08 / 2011

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    On the morning of the 8th Skate the East took over Broadway ave from 112th all the way through Manhattan. Filmed with an iPhone / Edited in Final Cut scored by J Reimer.

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    • about the middel east and other poems

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      poems and some humour

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      • Ian Morris on the West vs the East

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        Part one of our interview with Ian Morris. The Stanford professor and author of Why the West Rules for Now, talks about the emergence of Eastern economies. He discusses where Western priorities should now lie and whether the West should even view loss of power as a threat.

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        • The moral and economic superiority of the West is over!

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          • Ian Morris on the next 100 years of human development

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            Part two of our interview with Ian Morris. The Stanford professor and author of Why the West Rules for Now, discusses what's in store for human development over the next century and to what extent we are, and will continue to be, influenced by geography.

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            • The East Interviews with Writer-Director Zal Batmanglij and Writer-Star Brit Marling

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              The East Writer-Director Zal Batmanglij Writer-Star Brit Marling. theeastmovie.com foxsearchlight.com/theeast Edited By PearlSnapDiscount.com's Gadi Elkon.

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              • The East - Red Carpet and Q&A - SXSW Film 2013

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                In "The East", Sarah Moss (Brit Marling) is a brilliant operative for an elite private intelligence firm whose top objective is to ruthlessly protect the interests of their A-list corporate clientele. She is assigned to go undercover to infiltrate an anarchist collective known for executing covert attacks upon major corporations. Living amongst them in an effort to get closer to their members, Sarah finds herself unexpectedly torn between two worlds as she starts to fall in love with the group's charismatic leader, finding her life and her priorities irrevocably changed.

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                • The East

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                  The East interweaves the historical timeline of World War II, advancing the growing dominance of nationalism at the same time as its characters become forever changed by their wartime circumstances. In their once peaceful town, the inhabitants soon reel from the aftermath of Germany’s loss of the war, with the initial month-long occupation by the Americans, followed by the squalid conditions of their five years under Communist occupation. A love story embedded in tragedy, The East holds a mirror up to one of recent history’s most complex conflicts to share the perspective of a few ordinary souls who must grapple with extraordinary, life-changing events. Beautifully crafted and soul stirring, The East is a must-read for anyone who seeks to mine one country’s troubled mind and heart.

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                  • The East

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                    Based on the personal experience of author Fritz H. Schroeder, this rare and gripping glimpse of occupied Germany casts somber light on the human condition in times of utter desperation. Anyone who is interested in the history that informs the contemporary western world has much to glean from this evocative, candid look at a country in its decline. The narrator is a young boy growing up at the onset of the war, as life begins to take darker tones under Hitler’s consuming passion for worldwide power. From the merry gossip of the women’s daily kaffeklatsch to the awe-inspiring magic created by his best school friend Romm, the young protagonist paints an idyllic portrait of childhood, community, family tradition, and place that is marked by Christmas festivities, tending the garden, local romance, and more. At the same time, The East interweaves the historical timeline of World War II, advancing the growing dominance of nationalism at the same time as its characters become forever changed by their wartime circumstances.

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                    • The East - SFIFF56 Trailer

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                      Director: Zal Batmanglij U.S. Distributor: Fox Searchlight Pictures Tickets - http://bit.ly/s56_te A corporate spy infiltrates an anarchist collective—and finds herself drawn to their charismatic leader—in this thought-provoking espionage thriller from Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling, the duo behind 2011’s indie hit Sound of My Voice. The talented cast includes Ellen Page, Alexander Skarsgård, Patricia Clarkson and Julia Ormond.

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