1. Sick to Death: Experimental Infographic


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    Created for filmmaker, Maggie Hadleigh-West, Director of the upcoming documentary, Sick to Death. This short piece is a visual illustration of the myriad of symptoms involved in the experience of having thyroid disease.The project will feature a full-length film by Hadleigh-West as its final product.

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    • TERRITORY: 313 vs 734 (OFFICIAL TRAILER #1)


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      2 rivals from the Murder Mitten (Michigan) attempt to unit to takeover the state but ego's get in the way. The chaos takes place in the city of Ypsilanti which is invaded by a crew from Detroit. Dtonio ''JoiRida'' Cheatham (Detroit) and Johnny Bizz (Ypsilanti) star in this fictional, epic, sinister, action packed, Michigan based film. Also Co-Starring MI Quan (Ann Arbor) in his film debut. A tale from the Murder Mitten Directed/Written/Produced/Edited by JoiRida Cheatham. Follow us on Social Media https://www.facebook.com/jcpfilms http://instagram.com/jcpfilms/ jcpfilms1@yahoo.com

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      • On the Ground in Gaza: Video Blog 1


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        Christian Taylor, Arc Solutions CEO, is on the ground in Gaza visiting our local partners, Caritas Jerusalem. Today he spent time talking with people to hear their story and hear their needs. The recent conflict has destroyed many homes and buildings. It almost looks like there was a giant earthquake. Tomorrow he will visit our current project site where pipeline is being restored to provide access to clean water for about 273 families. Arc Solutions is focused on eliminating waterborne disease in conflict zones. Find out more about our current work in Gaza and other conflict zones at www.ilovearc.org Video: Christian Stephen: FS Productions, FSproductions.org

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        • School Zone Not War Zone!


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          Please help us raise the money to help send these 53 kids back to school prepared. To donate visit: http://bit.ly/SchoolZoneUA Due to the military action in Eastern Ukraine a lot of kids, orphans and families are displaced across the country to escape the violence. They have to leave behind not only their homes, but most of their possessions and savings. As the new school year fast approaches a lot of kids will be left without the means or the opportunity to go back to school. Even when they do, they will have to do so in a new region and in a new school. We need your help to aid these kids in their transition into the new school year. To donate visit our FundRazr campaign page: http://bit.ly/SchoolZoneUA For more information on this and other campaigns follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/reukraineinitiative

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            Taped 10-20-2005-Kirt sits down with CHRISTOPHER 2X-COMMUNITY ACTIVIST-to illuminate his leadership journey as a community activist and spokesperson.

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            • Oorlogsgebied - 119 Ministries Nederlands


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              Efeze 6:12 Want wij hebben de strijd niet tegen vlees en bloed.....Waar staat u in deze strijd en zou u wellicht van positie moeten wisselen?

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              • MAESTRO "War Zone"


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                • war zone - fight scene


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                  fight scene directed / edited / shot by DeShawn Wilson holdmyownfilms@gmail.com

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                  • Oggy Boytchev


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                    As young photojournalists try to climb the career ladder, trying harder than ever to become established, they may find themselves taking extraordinary risks – going to not just a war zone, but the most dangerous part of that war zone. Former BBC producer Oggy Boytchev has been to war zones countless times, preparing the way for his World Affairs Editor John Simpson. Is he concerned about the growing number of freelancers heading straight into conflict zones without taking the realities on board?

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                    • Star Trek Into Darkness Review by Keith Kelly


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                      http://www.innovativecommunications.tv The whole Enterprise gang is back in action again, but this time they’re taking “Star Trek Into Darkness”. I’m Keith Kelly and my review is coming up right now. In the 2009 film “Star Trek”, director J.J. Abrams gave us a new, yet mostly familiar Star Trek universe. Through the use of sci-fi time travel paradoxes he cleverly rejiggered the time stream-allowing him to tell new tales of the crew of the Enterprise while still including many of the elements that die-hard fans can revel in. In other words, he started fresh while still playing in the same sand box. If you know nothing about Star Trek, you can jump in with these new films. If you’ve been a Trekkie for decades, like yours truly, you’ll find lots of Easter Eggs that tie into the original series and films, while still being surprisingly new. “Star Trek Into Darkness” is the latest chapter. Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and the rest of the crew are back, but are young, fairly inexperienced and not yet fully developed into the characters we’ve grown to love in the originals. Things go to hell pretty quickly and so the crew of the Enterprise once again has to dive into the deep end to save the day. In J.J. Abrams Trek universe, things are more action packed and less talky-which is both good and bad. “Into Darkness” is probably the most battle packed and visually inventive film of the whole series while still staying mostly true to the broad strokes of the crew members’ personalities and quirks. It hits the ground running, and only pauses for key emotional moments, which should please the summer movie-going crowd. It’s not only filled with mayhem but also has a multitude of the kind of funny verbal exchanges between the characters we’ve grown to love and expect. That’s all good. What’s not quite as great is the loss of some intelligence. This crew, plot and bad guy are a couple of notches down in IQ points. Not that they are mentally challenged, or that the plot is overly simplified-far from it, but in the pursuit of a roller-coaster action film the more thoughtful moments of the original series and the best of the films is much more compacted in this 21st century version. I wish they could have taken their time and given us a couple minutes more of intriguing, mindful dialogue scenes in place of 30 seconds here or there of bodies or ships plummeting through space-but that’s just me. I’m going to stay away from spoilers, but suffice it to say that there are lots of things for longtime fans to really enjoy in this film. Even though this is a divergent universe, recognizable elements, storylines and enemies return in inventive ways. It’s hard to talk plot without giving anything away-which also made it a little hard for the promotional efforts to hook prospective audiences-but I liked almost all the choices. It takes your knowledge of the Trek universe and turns it sideways. As in most action epics, some of the key plot points are a little too convenient for their own good and sometimes seem to exist only to be able to enable the big moments. But that’s action-film nit picking. Benedict Cumberbatch as Harrison and Peter Weller as Admiral Marcus are both first-rate, bringing intensity and gravity to their characters. Alice Eve is a beautiful addition, but is mostly added to the cast to help forward the plot, and might be on board as a future love interest for our randy Captain. So whether you’re a die-hard fan or just love big sci-fi epics, there is lot’s to love in “Star Trek Into Darkness”, earning it a grade of “B+”. I’m Keith Kelly. Connect to your audience, build your brand and grow sales with Story Films by Innovative Communications. http://www.innovativecommunications.tv

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