1. Antonio Damasio "The Brain: Creativity, Imagination & Innovation" (excerpt) / Ross Institute Summer Academy 2012


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    Antonio Damasio is University Professor and David Dornsife Professor of Neuroscience and Director of the Brain and Creativity Institute at the University of Southern California. He is also an adjunct professor at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California. Damasio has made seminal contributions to the understanding of how the brain processes memory, language, emotions, and decisions and has described his discoveries in books (Self Comes to Mind, Descartes' Error, The Feeling of What Happens, and Looking for Spinoza) translated into over 30 languages and taught in universities worldwide. Damasio's current work is focused on illuminating the brain basis of social behaviors (ranging from moral judgments and communication to economic decisions), and understanding mechanisms of creativity in art, science, and technology. Related Videos: Antonio Damasio: The Brain: Creativity, Imagination, and Innovation -- https://vimeo.com/55966037 Antonio Damasio: Systems, Biology, and the Problem of Life -- https://vimeo.com/53640775 Education and the Concept of Genius (excerpt) -- https://vimeo.com/49029717 www.rossinstitute.org www.usc.edu/programs/neuroscience/faculty/profile/php?fid=27 www.ross.org Ross Institute / Ross School East Hampton, NY

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    • Mark Jacobson Reel


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      Mark Jacobson Actor : Improviser : Host : VoiceOver Talent www.MarkJacobson.info Representation: Commercial - Aqua Talent Agency Lawrence Har, Alex Leedy (310) 859-8889 Theatrical - Aqua Talent Agency Courtney Peldon (310) 859-8889 VoiceOver (Los Angeles) - Bobby Ball Agency Cindy Mercado, Mike O'Dell (818) 506-8188 Management - Rectangle Entertainment Avi Simon (424) 256-8003

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      • SCIA 2012-2013 Intro Video


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        Get ready for the 2012-2013 year with SCIA!

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        • 'A City Divided' A Documentary Film About The Greatest Rivalry In College Football


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          Our Passion for Sports is Only Exceeded by our Passion to Find a Kure Inspired by the upcoming UCLA and USC rivalry film – A City Divided, Rivals United for a Kure is the first ever fundraising campaign designed to unite the Los Angeles community in support of innovative Cancer research projects. The Goal: To raise $1 million for each school, so we need you to rally your friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues in support of the cause. In order to significantly impact cancer research, Rivals United for a Kure is committed to raising two million dollars for Kure It Cancer Research, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, dedicated to underfunded Cancer research. All of the money raised will be granted for Cancer research projects at UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center and USC’s Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. Get Involved: Visit http://www.rivalsunitedforakure.org/ By donating to your favorite school, attend our gala event, start fundraising as an individual, create a team or join an existing team. From now until the BRUINS and TROJANS meet each other on the football field this November 2012, we are reaching out to the fan community to raise funds and awareness for innovative research into underfunded Cancers. The campaign brings both sides together to unite on something we can all get behind: the fight against CANCER.

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          • Reset


            from Naveen Singh / Added

            A man finds himself trapped in a parking garage as he's stalked by a menacing stranger. Background: this was an early USC film inspired by the fact that I always found myself lost whenever I parked my car in any parking structure (yes, even still today). The fear of getting attacked while disoriented is a natural thought extrapolation, and that's where the mugger character came into play. We shot this movie in nine hours, over two shooting days. We were aiming to get everything in one day, but I found a more convincing way to make the main character seem like he was stuck in a loop, so we picked up those shots on the second day, which was only two hours of shooting. Clif Alvey, the man who plays the protagonist, was a total pro. I loved the energy on this shoot.

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            • Hoping in Darkness (USC application video sample)


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              I do not own the copyright for the songs played. All rights belong to Chiodos for "Prelude" and "Interlude Pt. 1", and to Michael Ortega for "It's Hard To Say Goodbye". This video was made for the application to the Film and TV Production program at USC.

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              • Kushtaka


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                This is based on the Native Alaskan myth of a shape shifter. I wrote the film and directed it, as well as being the cameraman and one of the actors. I also edited the film using Final Cut Pro. Credits: Stephen Metzger: Director, Writer, Editor, Cameraman, Actor Ian Neuhaus: Actor

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                • Trojan Walk


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                  USC vs Hawaii Trojan Walk - Sep 1, 2012

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                  • HS Charity Video


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                    HS Soph team's Cancer and Cystic Fibrosis video

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                    • "Norman..."


                      from Naveen Singh / Added

                      A meek and quiet man, Norman murders his wife in a crime of passion. But when he goes out to the desert to bury her body, his guilt begins to consume him... Or is it something else?

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