1. Guardian Ident Open Close

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    Part of the Guardian brand update, this is our video ident open and close. Creative Director: Alex Breuer, Motion Director: Alex Purcell. © 2015 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.

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    • THE GUARDIAN UK_ Faces of Spanish Revolution

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      Spain gets angry: 'The people united will never be defeated' Thousands of people united by the M15 movement – which came together using social media – took to the streets of Madrid to voice their disgust at Spain's economic crisis. Cristina, who took her daughter, fireman and journalist Sofia explain why they participated. http://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2011/jun/20/spain-gets-angry-m15-protest-video

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      • Battle of the Nasheeds الدولة الإسلامية v حزب الله‎

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        The rise of the jihadi ‘nasheed’ The "Drill" Hip Hop of the Eastern world.. A stark Arabic chant is emerging with Islamic State at the top of a booming industry turning out songs of devotion and bloodshed, though Hezbollah are singing back. The songs are in Arabic and Persian so non-speakers might not to take in. But commentators say they all sound quite similar: a cappella chants sung by men and drenched in echo, all with spoken word intros in which someone says the Arabic word for “Introducing …” like a judge on The X Factor. http://www.theguardian.com/music/2014/nov/09/nasheed-how-isis-got-its-anthem - And now Hezbollah are singing back. Jihadi nasheeds date back to the late 1970s, when Islamic fundamentalists in Egypt and Syria started writing them to inspire their supporters and get out their message. “Nasheeds as a genre of religious songs are old, but supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and other groups started making ones that were political and rebellious in the 70s. That was new.” These were circulated on cassette, reaching a wide audience. However some stringent radicals condemn nasheeds, saying music is not Islamic and a distraction from studying the Qu’ran.

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        • Gaynor O'Flynn Fair Trade For Artists Beinghuman @ Google Campus London 2012

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          Gaynor O'Flynn artist & founder of Beinghuman & The Beinghuman Collective, speaking in 2012 at a Beinghuman event at Google Campus London on Fair Trade For Artists. Part of a series of events on 'Creativity & Ethics in the Digital Age' featuring speakers from: Music Managers Forum - http://www.themmf.net DACS - http://www.dacs.org.uk Featured Artist Coalition - http://thefac.org Serpentine Gallery - http://www.serpentinegalleries.org The Guardian - http://www.theguardian.com/uk Martin Creed - http://www.martincreed.com Musictank - http://www.musictank.co.uk

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          • Owen Jones at FutureFest 2015: The Politics of Hope

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            Owen Jones, author of 'Chavs' and 'The Establishment', and columnist at 'the Guardian', spoke to an audience at FutureFest about changing the dominant ideology in modern British society. FutureFest is a weekend festival of ideas, talks, and interactive performances to inspire people to change the future. To find out more about the event, and watch some of our other videos visit: http://www.nesta.org.uk/project/futurefest. Video produced for Nesta by www.grippingfilms.com. Captions for this video will be ready 15 April 2015.

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            • Swindon People's Assembly Question Time 2015 (Trailer)

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              Swindon People's Assembly Question Time 2015 Featuring: Owen Jones - Author & Guardian Columnist Rosie McGregor - Chair of South West TUC Sam Fairbairn - National Secretary, People's Assembly Mark Barrett - Chair, Swindon Churches Together Directed & Edited by Alex Secker Music By Nick Pavone Sound Design by KtD Audio Produced by 22six Productions www.22sixproductions.co.uk

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              • The Guardian Stormy Seas

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                SEPTEMBER 2006 PRESS RELEASE Fusion CI Studios continues to make leading-edge strides in Hollywood’s highly competitive world of visual effects. When the action film, The Guardian (starring Kevin Costner and Ashton Kutcher) is released on Friday, September 29th, movie goers will see daring sea rescues amidst heaving seas with Coast Guard helicopters crashing and ships floundering through giant ocean waves, spewing ocean-spray high into stormy skies. What they won’t see is that most of that water came from Vancouver…..well, virtually. What started as a ‘trickle’ in Poseidon has become a virtual tidal wave with The Guardian. Mark Stasiuk, co-founder of Vancouver’s Fusion CI Studios, supervised a fluid fx team at CIS Hollywood to create the computer-generated wall of water in Poseidon that crashed through the ship’s corridor sweeping Jacinda Barrett away in one fell swoosh! In The Guardian, Stasiuk heads-up a fluid fx team at principle vfx studio, Flash Film Works (Hollywood), to create dozens of challenging fluid fx shots that transformed real ocean surface shots into stormy action on the high seas. The result has been spectacular, realistic-looking computer generated effects. Using off-the-shelf software (RealFlow 4) by Spanish software company Next Limit Technologies, Stasiuk and his fluid fx team at Flash Film Works created outstandingly stormy ocean waves, boat bow sprays and boat wakes, enhancing reality exponentially. Some of the shots of cargo ships plowing through huge ocean waves are entirely CGI (computer generated imagery). The greatest accomplishment of all, for visual effects technology, is that this triumph was achieved using software available to anyone! The difference between most of the virtual water shots in Poseidon and the virtual water in The Guardian, is that major studios with deep pockets like ILM spent years with a team of Stanford scientists creating their own in-house software to generate the wave that capsized Poseidon, or the water that crashed through the windows in the dining hall -- quite an achievement for ILM, but one that does not benefit anyone else in the vfx world. But Next Limit is revolutionizing fluid fx. Now is that any accomplished visual effects studio can use this off-the-shelf software to create amazingly realistic fluid fx….. with Fusion’s scientific expertise of course! Stasiuk’s PhD in fluid dynamics no doubt helps him recreate the physical movements of water and his physics acumen allows him to devise customized formulas to make the software do practically anything he wants. And it is this custom scripting that has made RealFlow the high-end production tool it is today. In a unique international business relationship, Vancouver’s Stasiuk worked in r&d with the Spanish software developer Next Limit while using RealFlow in commercials and features like Poseidon and The Guardian. The feedback from these productions accelerated the development of the software into an easily accessible, high-end production tool. “The developments in the software during the past year have been phenomenal. Certainly RealFlow 4 has helped level the playing field in fluid fx.” says Stasiuk. “Real-looking fluid fx are still among the most difficult and most sought after computer generated effect,” says Stasiuk. “VFX studios can work for months and months trying to develop their own in-house fluid solution and still not achieve realistic looking fluid fx. RealFlow provides an excellent foundation to then quickly build what you want, by adding customized scripting. The results can be phenomenal. Just look at what we’ve done on The Guardian!” Amidst a ‘sea’ of Hollywood vfx companies now settling in Vancouver, it’s great to see home-grown Vancouver talent as a world leader in some of the most difficult visual effects to create – fluid fx. Co-founded by Mark Stasiuk and Lauren Millar, fluid fx studio, Fusion CIS (Computer Imagery Studios) is based in Vancouver with a studio in LA.

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                • Camera Showreel 2015

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                  A selection of my recent commercial, broadcast and documentary camera work, including content for Dove, Vivienne Westwood, Marc Jacobs, The Guardian & The Tate.

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                  • Social Media & Motives - UCS Annual Lecture 2014 with Dr Aaron Balick

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                    • Last Book Your Read - UCS Annual Lecture 2014 with Dr Aaron Balick

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