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Erotic Art - Staying Power
 
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My first in a series of erotic works.
Views: 20014 Art Life
CROWDFUNDING COMICS LIVE!!
 
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Back CYBERFROG BLOODHONEY here! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/cyberfrog-bloodhoney-team-up-cover#/ Back ZOMBIE SAMA here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/billy-tucci-john-broglia-s-zombie-sama/x/3778633#/
PEGGY KANE-REPTILIANS AND EVP COMPLETE
 
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This is vital information on key issues regarding the truth of our world and what is beyond. Some of the videos are actually deleted from Rick Keefe's YouTube page, and many other uploads are incomplete or fuzzy. I believe there is a deliberate effort to cover up this information any way they can (the reptilians) but everyone on earth should hear this information and power tool of reverse speech for finding out the truth of what people or other entities are really thinking. THEY DO NOT WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW ABOUT IT! Also just because many important sources of information may be mixed with some things that are not true, or even against the scripture does not mean we should ignore it. I believe calling out the fact that evil forces have created the religious systems of this world (NOT THE WORD OF GOD ITSELF) is true and an important understanding many people are unaware. If you would like to try reverse speech on yourself or anyone Google Audacity, a freeware application you can try it with. I tried it and it really works, you really hear things in your own speech! I do not recommend however trying to contact those from the beyond because of what God's word says against this. DO NOT INVITE VOICES FROM THE BEYOND OR SEEK THEM! Decide for yourself what to make of this, and do not be too offended by some of the remarks Peggy makes regarding Jesus, as he is not revealed to her at this recording, but rather use your inner sense to learn what you can from her witness.
Views: 124759 Richard Bruce
The Secret Life of Lance Letscher Movie REVIEW with Esther Ku - CFN 395
 
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Graham and Chris with guest Esther Ku talk about the documentary, The Secret Life of Lance Letscher. Support CFN Patreon and get great bonus material! https://www.patreon.com/comedyfilmnerds Follow @comedyfilmnerds on Twitter/IG Facebook.com/comedyfilmnerds Like and subscribe for more from Comedy Film Nerds! Merch, reviews and more at http://www.comedyfilmnerds.com Video and sound Technical Director Aaron Brungardt Recorded at All Things Comedy studios Video Edited by Frank W. Pulaski III, Dreamtyme Films Thank You CFN Patreon Supporters! Martin, Anthony Schumacher, Kraig Rasmussen, Jessica Lauren, Charlene Bronsal Long, Peter Noteboom, Diana Rojek-Skonnonrd, Louis Stone-Collonge, Brian Hobgood, Adam Hayduk, Tim Craig, Lance Dundee, Debbie Webb, Deirdre Mullervy, Lahta Stephens, Amanda Reynolds, Jennifer Thomson, Cathy Armstrong, Michelle Gregory, Daniel Beaumont, Stacey Melquist, Anthony Ventura, Kelsey Walker, Jeremy Schaub, Alicia Brosterhous, David Sallean, Daniel Holody, Edward McColl, Rebecca Evans, Slatron, Charlene Yang, Charla Davis, Jerome Sullivan, Amy Elizabeth, Tami Giessel, JB Opdycke, Martin Pedersen, Patrick Elkins, JT Schwimer, Steve Augustine, Suz, Kasee Kozel, Chris DeCosmo, James Goodwin, David Clark, Thomas Stultz, Elaine van Bergen, Josh Pritchard, Daphne Armand, Theresa Verity, Danny Spindler, Charlie Shew, Annette Poulton, James Mccoll, Cyd, Nancy S Fosberg, Jake O, Marianne McIntosh, Sarah, Ryan Burner, Andy Campbell, Pam Myers, Will Leonard, Courtney Hunt, Ethina Liason, Rob Hill, Ty McDaniel, Stephen Edmonds, Jesse Faulk, Stacy Flores, Jeremy Wagner, Wendi & Michael Steagall, Elyse Iliana, Nate Schomer, Daniel Tellez, Andy Bowman, Joseph A. Zappa, AFchris77, Matt Pipkin, Megan DeVries, Steven M Reiness, Jai TITCUME, Derrick Korto, Eric Amundsen, Bryce Stoddart, Chris Hogue, Bob McAninch, Laurie Perri, Peta Smith, matthew Johnson, AMY VER STEEGT, Michelle Rubel, Chris vman, Dani Squeak, Brandon, steve juhasz, Michelle Lucas, Annabelle Corley, Matt Mora, Dan Nagan, sam veltre, Jon Lee, Jay Spaulding, Don Hill, Marli McElroy, Tom Smith, Beau Hierholzer. You are the best fans in the world! Thanks for helping us grow! Han Shot First!!!
Views: 279 Comedy Film Nerds
Fraud by Harry Barber | FIRST ACTS
 
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First Acts: A series of films celebrating England's most exciting 16 - 24 year-old artist, filmmakers in partnership with the Arts Council England. To find out more visit: http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/random-acts-0 Fraud - A dramatic dance film from First Acts' director Harry Barber marrying choreography, theatrical lighting and sound design to highlight themes of insecurities, anxiety and chaos. WATCH: http://randomacts.channel4.com/ FOLLOW: https://twitter.com/C4RandomActs LIKE: https://www.facebook.com/C4RandomActs/ SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/RandomActsC4 Credits: Institute of Contemporary Arts and DAZED for Channel 4 Producers at Dazed Media-Jennifer Byrne and Camilla Mathis Director-Harry Barber Producers-Ellie Britton & Rob Wildsmith Choreographer-Theo TJ Lowe Original Score-Father Editor-Ben Corfield Edit producer-Winnie O'Neil Edit Co.-Work Colourist-Tim Smith Post Producer-Sian Jenkins Post Production Co.-Electric Theatre Collective DOP-Milos Moore Stedicam-Josh Brooks Focus Puller-Anais Lorie 1st AD-George Nelson Runners-Charlie Greaves, Calypso Keane, Jack Gould Gaffer- Ed Riley Electrician-Ryan Delahunty Rigger-Danny Webster Stylist-Charlotte Roberts Stylist Assistants-Andra Maier, Valentina Lopez Hair/Make Up-Jessica Taylor 3D Pre-visualisation-Patrick Hearn Dancers: Leon Poulton Sam Coren Yukiko Masui Faye Stoeser Will Thompson Lennox Suckley Danny Fogarty
Views: 1051 Random Acts
Sir John Soane's Museum: 'A crazy labyrinth of art, architecture and history'
 
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In the fourth of our series of films celebrating the best British architecture, art critic Jonathan Jones gets lost in the Georgian maze that Sir John Soane designed as a house to live in, and a setting for his antiquities and works of art
Views: 10500 The Guardian
Crime Stop Watch: Criminal Records pt 3.
 
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Crime Stop Watch: Criminal Records part 3. Crime Stop Watch investigates the independent label Criminal Records. In this first part we can see an interview with The Exits followed by their new single Neon City live at the Soho Arts Theatre Club. Fantastic!! Bands: The Exits Ray Charlton (lead vocals, guitar, synth) Mike Keating (guitar, synth, backing vocals, programming) George Austin (bass, synth, programming) Tom Poulton (drums, backing vocals) http://www.myspace.com/theextis The Kut Maha (vocal, lead guitar) Elvira (Bass queen) Christina (drums, samples) http://www.myspace.com/thekutgirlsrock http://www.thekut.co.uk The Garuda Commute James Wilkins (vocals and guitar) Chris O'Donnell (keyboards and synth) Rob Winter (bass) Al Sweetman (drums) http://www.sonicbids.com/thegarudacommute http://www.myspace.com/thegarudacommute Fuzz Valentine Paul Blades (singing and guitar) Andrew Wright (bass and singing) Olly Gould (drums and singing) http://www.myspace.com/fuzzvalentine BearKnuckles Ross Stone (guitar/vox) Tim King Stagg (bass/b vox) Matt Peck (drums) http://www.sonicbids.com/bearknuckles http://www.myspace.com/bearknucklesband Crew: Reporter Xtal Gwinn Interviewer Adrian Nelson Camera 1 Jon Ball Camera 2 Keif Gwinn Camera 2 Christina Halvorsen (28th Febreary 2008 Soho Arts Theatre Club - The Exits) Camera 2 Elvira Zaera (The Exits interview + 17th Feabruary 2008 Soho Arts Theatre Club - The Garuda Commute + BearKnuckles) Script Writer Keif Gwinn + Xtal Gwinn Gaffer Roy Gwinn Live Sound Recording Engineer James Monks + Xtal Gwinn Sound Mixing/Editing Xtal Gwinn Video Editing Elvira Zaera Director Xtal Gwinn Produced for Criminal Records
Views: 297 criminalrecordsuk
25 Winter Gardens
 
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continue ahead past the Winter Gardens (25) then continue west up Church Street. Above the shops on the corner of Carter Street notice the remains of the Adelphi Hotel. This was a replacement for an earlier hotel dating back to 1835 and built by Esau Carter, the first unofficial postmaster in Blackpool. Another of Blackpool's great iconic buildings, the Grade II* Winter Gardens is made up of a number of buildings and structures developed between 1875 and 1939. The original buildings and gardens were built on the six acre Bank Hey Estate, home of Dr. John Cocker, father of Blackpool's first mayor. In the early days there was an open air skating rink, a fairy grotto in the cellar, rockeries, gardens and, from 1902, a switchback railway! The Empress Ballroom, completed in 1896, is one of the largest public ballrooms in the world. The Art Deco Opera House has the second largest stage in the country on which many of the world's most famous entertainers have performed. With the amazing Spanish Hall suite containing fantasy interiors by the 1930s film set designer Andrew Mazzei and the range of other interesting and quirky spaces, the Winter Gardens demonstrates the significance of entertainment in the resort throughout its history.
Summit Sessions #49 - Keep A Secret
 
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Download Portal: http://www.thefoxhill.net Subscribe to Podcast: http://www.fxhll.com/summitpod Tracklist: (00:00) Keep It Simple - Berg [Blue Tunes Records] (06:26) The Hurricane (Peter Hulsmans Aggressive Club Storm) - Liam Wilson & Will Atkinson [Discover Records] (12:42) Heart Of Stone (Solarstone Pure Mix) - Iko [Pure Trance] (18:36) Till The End Of Time - Ultimate & Moonsouls [Infrasonic Pure] (24:10) Changes - Ferrin & Morris ft. Hysteria! [Transistic Records] (29:47) Panoramic - James Poulton [Monster Pure] (34:27) Nitric (Darren Porter Remix) - Ally Brown & Rhys Thomas [Extrema Global Music] (38:20) Psychic Sensor (Mark Young & Damo Kay Remix) - John O'Callaghan [Subculture] (42:27) Physical Overdrive (Darren Porter Remix) - Johan Gielen [High Contrast Recordings] (47:01) Ignition (Dark Mix) - XGenic [Damaged Records] (52:06) Machete - Kaimo K [Edge EDM Records] Hello again! I hope you're ready for another episode of Summit Sessions, because it's here and it's ready for you. In contrast to last week's episode, which never rose above 133 beats-per-minute, this one never drops below 138. That's right, it's a full-on high-speed hour of trance music, but that's not to say it's a homogeneous blend of uplifting trance that all sounds the same. No, this one covers the spectrum from psy trance to uplifting to tech to everything in-between. Needless to say, it's a fun hour, and one that I hope you'll enjoy immensely. ▼ Foxhill Online ▼ http://www.thefoxhill.net http://www.facebook.com/thefoxhill http://www.soundcloud.com/foxhill http://www.twitter.com/theFoxhill http://www.youtube.com/FoxhillMusic
Views: 84 Foxhill
The Spork Song
 
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A song about Edward Lear The words… Eddy was the youngest of 21 His mum was a pro at wiping a bum She would have been pregnant for 16 years Enough to send most mums to tears Napoleon's fighting made the family poor Ed and his sis left through the front door His sister acted just like a mum They lived together til she was gone He was always poorly and sometimes sad He became an artist which is pretty rad He wrote lots of nonsense And drew pictures of them too He threw a cat and an owl A wedding do There were quagle-wagles, boss woss And jumbiles And something called a pobble If you please But there's just one word That makes me think he's a loon Because there's a better word For a runcible spoon It's called a spork!
Views: 72 Miles Poulton
Spanish Suite choreographed by Lauren Poulton
 
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Choreographed by Lauren Poulton for 'An evening With' in August 2010 for Independent Ballet wales
Views: 165 laurenpoulton24
The Brightest Color: RAW Showcase Fashion Runway
 
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The Brightest Color's first runway show! Thank you to all models and a special thanks to our videographer, Jacob Hattabaugh. Models & their Instagram pages (in order of appearance): Caitlin Seeman @caitiforniaa Jamie Joseph @jamiemariejoseph Lauren Smola @laurensmolaok Sam Prasopthum @heylonelysoul Hadley Monin @hadleyymonin Nikki Winn @nikki.winn Maddie Hopkins @alohamaddie Stephanie Kwan @stefiee_k Gabrielle LaChapelle @gabrielle_lachapelle Danielle Lugo @daniellelugo PDF Patterns Available here: http://bit.ly/2OEqWmG Sewing items I use most: http://bit.ly/2NlvdeQ Follow me on Instagram: @kjfredrickson
Views: 657 Katie Fredrickson
2015 Tony Awards Show Clip: Wolf Hall Part Two
 
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http://tonyawards.com Wolf Hall Parts One and Two is nominated for 8 Tony Awards: Best Play: Co-Authors: Hilary Mantel and Mike Poulton Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play: Ben Miles Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play: Nathaniel Parker Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play: Lydia Leonard Best Scenic Design of a Play: Christopher Oram Best Costume Design of a Play: Christopher Oram Best Lighting Design of a Play: Paule Constable and David Plater Broadway: Where Stars Align Tune into this year's 69th Annual Tony Awards, Sunday June 7th 8/7c only CBS. Find out who will take home this year's top awards.
Views: 4407 The Tony Awards
Kody - Pleasure in Details (semi acoustic)
 
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An old Kody 'live' video playing 'Pleasure in Details' at the Liquid Lounge, Isle of Wight - This is from 19th March, 2006.
Views: 89 Tippers Pritchard
Cobra Kai Trailer REVIEW with Jon Schnepp - Comedy Film Nerds 410
 
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Graham and Chris with guest Mike Schmidt talk about the YouTube RED series. Cobra Kai. A follow up on the 1984 film, The Karate Kid. Support CFN Patreon and get great bonus material! https://www.patreon.com/comedyfilmnerds Follow @comedyfilmnerds on Twitter/IG Facebook.com/comedyfilmnerds Like and subscribe for more from Comedy Film Nerds! Merch, reviews and more at http://www.comedyfilmnerds.com Video and sound Technical Director Aaron Brungardt Recorded at All Things Comedy studios Video Edited by Frank W. Pulaski III, Dreamtyme Films Thank You CFN Patreon Supporters! Martin, Anthony Schumacher, Kraig Rasmussen, Jessica Lauren, Charlene Bronsal Long, Peter Noteboom, Diana Rojek-Skonnonrd, Louis Stone-Collonge, Brian Hobgood, Adam Hayduk, Tim Craig, Lance Dundee, Debbie Webb, Deirdre Mullervy, Lahta Stephens, Amanda Reynolds, Jennifer Thomson, Cathy Armstrong, Michelle Gregory, Daniel Beaumont, Stacey Melquist, Anthony Ventura, Kelsey Walker, Jeremy Schaub, Alicia Brosterhous, David Sallean, Daniel Holody, Edward McColl, Rebecca Evans, Slatron, Charlene Yang, Charla Davis, Jerome Sullivan, Amy Elizabeth, Tami Giessel, JB Opdycke, Martin Pedersen, Patrick Elkins, JT Schwimer, Steve Augustine, Suz, Kasee Kozel, Chris DeCosmo, James Goodwin, David Clark, Thomas Stultz, Elaine van Bergen, Josh Pritchard, Daphne Armand, Theresa Verity, Danny Spindler, Charlie Shew, Annette Poulton, James Mccoll, Cyd, Nancy S Fosberg, Jake O, Marianne McIntosh, Sarah, Ryan Burner, Andy Campbell, Pam Myers, Will Leonard, Courtney Hunt, Ethina Liason, Rob Hill, Ty McDaniel, Stephen Edmonds, Jesse Faulk, Stacy Flores, Jeremy Wagner, Wendi & Michael Steagall, Elyse Iliana, Nate Schomer, Daniel Tellez, Andy Bowman, Joseph A. Zappa, AFchris77, Matt Pipkin, Megan DeVries, Steven M Reiness, Jai TITCUME, Derrick Korto, Eric Amundsen, Bryce Stoddart, Chris Hogue, Bob McAninch, Laurie Perri, Peta Smith, matthew Johnson, AMY VER STEEGT, Michelle Rubel, Chris vman, Dani Squeak, Brandon, steve juhasz, Michelle Lucas, Annabelle Corley, Matt Mora, Dan Nagan, sam veltre, Jon Lee, Jay Spaulding, Don Hill, Marli McElroy, Tom Smith, Beau Hierholz You are the best fans in the world! Thanks for helping us grow! Han Shot First!!!
Views: 6231 Comedy Film Nerds
Brian Gerrish & Bill Maloney; get caught out lying whilst causing hysteria
 
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Junketeer/s in action!.exploiting a fictional story of a disabled little girl. ft Brian Gerrish, Bill Maloney Louise Collins,Dominic Lohan & Belinda Mckenzie
Views: 12056 Badda ification
Are you voting for paedophiles part 2
 
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The Artist Mental Patients. Part 1 here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CstDW1cnLAE Paedophilia is rampant amongst the Government, Police, Courts, Councils and forces at the top anyway.
Views: 2409 SriLankerC
Thomas Sheridan Live in Stavanger, Norway Jan 2014 PART A
 
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PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK IF YOU CAN http://thomassheridanofficialblog.blogspot.ie/2017/09/directly-supporting-my-work.html
Views: 6208 Thomas Sheridan
Modern Japanese Drama
 
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The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center celebrates the publication of the Columbia Anthology of Modern Japanese Drama. The collection provides an overview of twentieth-century Japanese theater and beyond for students, scholars, and dramatists. Playwrights represented in the collection included Masamune Hakucho (The Couple Next Door), Enchi Fumiko (Restless Night in Late Spring), Abe Kobo (The Man Who Turned into a Stick), Morimoto Kaoru (A Woman's Life), Kara Juro (Two Women), Terayama Shuji (Poison Boy), Noda Hideki (Poems for Sale), and Mishima Yukio (The Sardine Seller's Net of Love). Co-Editor M. Cody Poulton (Canada) joined the new Graduate Center, CUNY Asian theatre specialist, Professor Peter Eckersall, in a conversation about current trends in Japanese theatre. Excerpts from two plays were directed by New York-based director Aya Ogawa. http://thesegalcenter.org/event/modern-japanese-drama-cody-poulton-in-conversation-with-peter-eckersall/
An idiots guide to the Economy
 
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The artist taxi driver
Views: 3431 chunkymark
Saint John the Apostle
 
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This is one of the rare chances I get to do a mural in a church and it turned out so well. It was a fun and interesting color palette to work with and learn how to use.
Views: 737 Sam Welty
How to make a puppet mask
 
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The Gentleman's Magazine - The American Declaration of Independence
 
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This video is part of the online exhibition Fighting Words: American Revolutionary War Pamphlets. Please view the full exhibition at fightingwordsonline.org Arielle Schmidt as Reader THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINEÖ London: E. Cave, 1736-1850 AP4 G3 v.46 1776 Rare Books Division, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah Alison Conner Producer Director Script Curator Assistant Editor Sarah Shippobotham Assistant Director Casting Director Acting Coordinator Ryab Weibush Director of Photography Micheal Reese Director of Photography Tony Sams Editor Karen Porcher Set Consultant Special thanks to ... Luise Poulton, Rare Books Managing Curator, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah Brent Schneider, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Fine Arts, University of Utah The University of Utah's J. Willard Marriott Library Department of Theatre Department of Film & Media Arts
Views: 160 fightingwordsonline
Pet Sematary remake to world premiere at 2019 SXSW Film Festival
 
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Pet Sematary remake to world premiere at 2019 SXSW Film Festival: https://ew.com/film-festivals/2019/02/06/pet-sematary-remake-sxsw-world-premiere/. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtZxDBnmqFO79Gho7odw-Dg?sub_confirmation=1  Jason Clarke’s upcoming movie adaptation of the horror novel Pet Sematary will resurrect the Stephen King classic for the first time at the 2019 South by Southwest Film Festival.  SXSW announced Wednesday the film — the second cinematic take on King’s 1983 book following Marc Lambert’s 1989 page-to-screen version — will hold its world premiere screening as the 2019 edition’s closing night selection.  Directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, Pet Sematary follows Dr. Louis Creed (Clark) who relocates his wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and their two children from Boston to rural Maine, where he discovers a mysterious an ominous cemetary for animals tucked away deep in the forest near his new home. After tragedy unexpectedly strikes shortly after the relocation, Louis looks to his neighbor Jud (John Lithgow) for guidance, which sets off a chain of horrific events tied to the titular burial ground.  The Austin-based festival also announced new additions to its Midnighters, Festival Favorites, Shorts, Episodic Pilots, and Virtual Cinema Projects programs, including 129 overall feature films and 100 total world premieres. Films joining the festival in these programs include Helen Hunt’s I See You, Eddie Izzard’s Boyz in the Wood, and Lupita Nyong’o’s zombie flick Little Monsters also starring Josh Gad.  Previously announced films heading to SXSW include the Jordan Peele-directed thriller Us (also featuring Nyong’o); Matthew McConaughey’s The Beach Bum (directed by Harmony Korine), Olivia Wilde’s feature directorial debut Booksmart starring Lisa Kudrow and Jason Sudeikis; Thom Zimney’s The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash; the Tatiana Maslany-starring Pink Wall directed by Tom Cullen, and Long Shot, Jonathan Levine’s Seth Rogen/Charlize Theron comedy about a romance between a diplomat and a hard-partying journalist.  SXSW’s 2019 edition runs March 8-17, while Pet Sematary hits theaters on April 5. See the full list of SXSW Film Festival additions in the Midnighters, Festival Favorites, Shorts, Episodic Pilots, and Virtual Cinema Projects programs below.  FEATURES  MIDNIGHTERS  7 Reasons to Run Away (From Society) (Spain)  Directors: Esteve Soler, Gerard Quinto, David Torras, Screenwriter: Esteve Soler  7 Reasons to Run Away takes a critical look at today’s society and puts the values it transmits into question. Cast: Sergi Lopez, Emma Suarez, Lola Dueñas, Alex Brendemuhl, Alain Hernandez, Francesc Orella (World Premiere)  Body At Brighton Rock  Director/Screenwriter: Roxanne Benjamin  An inexperienced park employee discovers a body on a remote mountain trail and must stay with it overnight in the wilderness, facing her darkest fears in the process. Cast: Karina Fontes, Casey Adams, Emily Althaus, Brodie Reed, Martin Spanjers, John Getz, Miranda Bailey, Susan Burke, Matt Peters (World Premiere)  Boyz in the Wood (United Kingdom, U.S.)  Director/Screenwriter: Ninian Doff  When four city-bred schoolboys embark on a traditional #PetSematary, #remake, #world, #premiere, #2019SXSWFilmFestival #AmySeimetz, #EddieIzzard, #HarmonyKorine, #HelenHunt, #JasonClarke, #JohnLithgow, #JordanPeele, #JoshGad, #LupitaNyong'o, #MatthewMcConaughey, #OliviaWilde, #ParamountPictures, #StephenKing, #SXSW, #TatianaMaslany
Views: 95 Lanell Low
Here be Dragons 2018: Track A
 
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Sea monsters such as the kraken, prister, and rosmarus indicated uncharted territory on elaborate new maps of the world in medieval times. Despite many advances in mapping technology and data acquisition in the last 500 years, our ocean remains largely uncharted and poorly understood. Here be Dragons convened explorers, innovators, artists, scientists, and storytellers to identify the uncharted territories that still exist in ocean exploration and storytelling. In response, MIT students will work with explorers to develop and present collaborative projects to deploy new and emerging technologies in the field that address gaps in our understanding and sharing of the ocean. Select proposals will be funded for Rapid Field Deployments. In collaboration with the National Geographic Society and New England Aquarium. Find the full program and more information at: https://www.media.mit.edu/events/here-be-dragons/ License: CC-BY-4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/)
Views: 1084 MIT Media Lab
Samuel Boateng (The Apprentice) Introduces The New Startup Club
 
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Samuel Boateng from this year The Apprentice Introduces The New Startup Club - The event was held at the London College of Creative Arts on 07.12.16 and introduce budding entrepreneurs to the idea starting their own business. In the video Samuel talks about the things that motivate people to do things, is it money? is it family? is it something else? Watch him explain how everyone is motivated.
"Two Killers that Need to Go:  The Case Against Poisoning our Wildlife and Pets"
 
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Interviews with two victims of poisoning by M-44 sodium cyanide devices, which are used indiscriminately on public and private lands by the USDA Wildlife Services' lethal predator control program. Sodium fluoroacetate, also known as Compound 1080, is the another deadly poison used to kill wildlife by this federal agency. Legislation will soon be introduced in Congress to ban both killers. Learn how you can support this bill at http://www.predatordefense.org. We'd like to extend a special thanks to the talented and generous producers of this video--Dana Vion of Sky's the Limit Creative Services in association with Paul Garrett of Stone Canyon Productions.
Views: 6292 Predator Defense
William Smith - A Sermon on the Present Situation of American Affairs
 
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This video is part of the online exhibition Fighting Words: American Revolutionary War Pamphlets. Please view the full exhibition at fightingwordsonline.org Michael Johnson as William Smith A SERMON ON THE PRESENT SITUATION OF AMERICAN ... William Smith (1727-1803) Philadelphia: Printed and sold by James Humphreys, 1775 E297 S663 Rare Books Division, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah Alison Conner Producer Director Script Curator Assistant Editor Sarah Shippobotham Assistant Director Casting Director Acting Coordinator Ryab Weibush Director of Photography Micheal Reese Director of Photography Tony Sams Editor Karen Porcher Set Consultant Special thanks to ... Luise Poulton, Rare Books Managing Curator, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah Brent Schneider, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Fine Arts, University of Utah The University of Utah's J. Willard Marriott Library Department of Theatre Department of Film & Media Arts
Views: 101 fightingwordsonline
Rob Liefeld
 
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Robert "Rob" Liefeld is an American comic book creator. A prominent writer/artist in the 1990s, he has since become a controversial figure in the medium. In the early 1990s, the self-taught artist became prominent due to his work on Marvel Comics' The New Mutants and later X-Force. In 1992, he and several other popular Marvel illustrators left the company to found Image Comics, which started a wave of comic books owned by their creators rather than by publishers. The first book published by Image Comics was Rob Liefeld's Youngblood #1. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 38 Audiopedia
History of evolutionary thought | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: History of evolutionary thought Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ You can upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Evolutionary thought, the conception that species change over time, has roots in antiquity – in the ideas of the ancient Greeks, Romans, and Chinese as well as in medieval Islamic science. With the beginnings of modern biological taxonomy in the late 17th century, two opposed ideas influenced Western biological thinking: essentialism, the belief that every species has essential characteristics that are unalterable, a concept which had developed from medieval Aristotelian metaphysics, and that fit well with natural theology; and the development of the new anti-Aristotelian approach to modern science: as the Enlightenment progressed, evolutionary cosmology and the mechanical philosophy spread from the physical sciences to natural history. Naturalists began to focus on the variability of species; the emergence of paleontology with the concept of extinction further undermined static views of nature. In the early 19th century Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744 – 1829) proposed his theory of the transmutation of species, the first fully formed theory of evolution. In 1858 Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace published a new evolutionary theory, explained in detail in Darwin's On the Origin of Species (1859). Unlike Lamarck, Darwin proposed common descent and a branching tree of life, meaning that two very different species could share a common ancestor. Darwin based his theory on the idea of natural selection: it synthesized a broad range of evidence from animal husbandry, biogeography, geology, morphology, and embryology. Debate over Darwin's work led to the rapid acceptance of the general concept of evolution, but the specific mechanism he proposed, natural selection, was not widely accepted until it was revived by developments in biology that occurred during the 1920s through the 1940s. Before that time most biologists regarded other factors as responsible for evolution. Alternatives to natural selection suggested during "the eclipse of Darwinism" (c. 1880 to 1920) included inheritance of acquired characteristics (neo-Lamarckism), an innate drive for change (orthogenesis), and sudden large mutations (saltationism). Mendelian genetics, a series of 19th-century experiments with pea plant variations rediscovered in 1900, was integrated with natural selection by Ronald Fisher, J. B. S. Haldane, and Sewall Wright during the 1910s to 1930s, and resulted in the founding of the new discipline of population genetics. During the 1930s and 1940s population genetics became integrated with other biological fields, resulting in a widely applicable theory of evolution that encompassed much of biology—the modern synthesis. Following the establishment of evolutionary biology, studies of mutation and genetic diversity in natural populations, combined with biogeography and systematics, led to sophisticated mathematical and causal models of evolution. Paleontology and comparative anatomy allowed more detailed reconstructions of the evolutionary history of life. After the rise of molecular genetics in the 1950s, the field of molecular evolution developed, based on protein sequences and immunological tests, and later incorporating RNA and DNA studies. The gene-centered view of evolution rose to prominence in the 1960s, followed by the neutral theory of molecular evolution, sparking debates over adaptationism, the unit of selection, and the relative importance of genetic drift versus natural selection as causes of evolution. In the late 20th-century, DNA sequencing led to molecular phylogenetics and the reorganization of the tree of life into the three-domain system by Carl Woese. In addition, the newly recognized factors of symbiogenesis and horizontal gene transfer introduced yet more complexity into evolutionary theory. Discoveries in evolutionary biology have made a significant impact not just within the traditional branches of biology, but also in other academic di ...
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Dean Pokorny - Status Raptus
 
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Status Raptus by artist Dean Pokorny, enjoy Tracklist : Strobe (Intro) by Deadmau5 Twisted (Guy J Remix) by Smfm Underwater (Maxi Valvona Remix) by Andrew Benson Avenue (Main Mix) by Sandy Rivera Feat Alisa Fedele Incline (Radio Edit) by David Forbes & Full Tilt Fabula (Original) by Dean Pokorny Red Violin (York's Radio Mix) by Rebels Without A Cause & York The Best Is Yet To Come (Solid Stone Remix) by David Broaders Lost Memory bby Tectum Satori Waterfalls (Edit) by Ohmna Melodies (Intro Edit) by Ashley Wallbridge Strobe (Original) by Deadmau5 Piercing The Fog (Original Mix) by The Blizzard Resource (Original Mix Edit) by Locate Vs. Robert Nickson Mark Otten - Hyperfocus (Original Mix) by Mark Otten Music Is For Rich People (Mat Zo Remix) by Soliquid Miroslav Vrlik - Secret Life (Cylum Remix) by Miroslav Vrlik Scalar (Radio Edit) by Mike Koglin Vs Tempo Giusto Back In Time (Original Mix Edit) by M.I.K.E Evolve (Radio Edit) by James Poulton Hot As Hades (John O'Callaghan Deep Dream Remix Edit) by Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills Fairfax (Original Mix) by Johnny Yono Change The World [Original Mix] by Eco Feat. Radmila Slave (Tritonal & Ben Gold Club Dub) by Tritonal Safari (Original Mix) by Ost & Meyer Lifeline (Radio Edit) by Ben Nicky Stereo Space (Erotic Dream Remix) by Ovnimoon, Zyce Dust And Colors (Lyctum Remix) by Aqualize & Vice The Voice (Fire Starter Remix) by Double Click Vs. Nok Thunder (Original Mix) by Jordan Suckley Feat Leanne Thomas Use Somebody (Armin Van Buuren Rework Edit) by Laura Jansen Tunland (Aiera Remix) by Araya & Wach Resurection (Paul Oakenfold Full On Fluoro Radio Edit) by Planet Perfecto Knights Rhosyn (Original) by Dean Pokorny Copyright : Anjunabeats Black Hole Recordings WMG Kontor New Media Ultra Records (MVR) Ultra Records (MVR) UMG EMI Spinnin' Records Armada Music Ultra Records (MVR)
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Lyn Bowtell - 'No Lover'. Live at Wests Diggers Showroom Tamworth CMF 2014
 
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Lyn Bowtell Performs 'No Lover' from her album 'Secret Songs' Lyns brilliant new album 'Heart of Sorrow' is AVAILABLE NOW ON ITUNES: http://smarturl.it/Heart.Of.Sorrow www.lynbowtell.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lyn-Bowtell/388628094920?ref=hl The Band : Drums - Glenn Wilson Bass - Jeff McCormack Guitar - Glen Hannah Keys - Bill Risby Sound-Damon Morton Thanks to Lucy Asquith for the footage XX
Daniel Dulany - Considerations on the Propriety of Imposing Taxes ...
 
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This video is part of the online exhibition Fighting Words: American Revolutionary War Pamphlets. Please view the full exhibition at fightingwordsonline.org Cody Thompson as Daniel Dulany CONSIDERATIONS ON THE PROPRIETY OF IMPOSING TAXES Daniel Dulany (1721-1797) North-America printed: London: Re-printed for J. Almon, 1766 Second edition E211 D877 Rare Books Division, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah Alison Conner Producer Director Script Curator Assistant Editor Sarah Shippobotham Assistant Director Casting Director Acting Coordinator Ryab Weibush Director of Photography Micheal Reese Director of Photography Tony Sams Editor Karen Porcher Set Consultant Special thanks to ... Luise Poulton, Rare Books Managing Curator, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah Brent Schneider, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Fine Arts, University of Utah The University of Utah's J. Willard Marriott Library Department of Theatre Department of Film & Media Arts
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[KSX190] Paul Denton - The Middle (Amir Hussain Remix)
 
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Exclusive Release Date: 11-Aug-2014 Global Release Date: 25-Aug-2014 Link To Buy: http://goo.gl/M9LMp5 Debuting on Critical State, Paul Denton brings his collective signature sound found on his past releases on labels such as Discover Digital, Aria Knights and Defcon Recordings and provides the #criticalarmy a tough driving release with energetic rolling basslines. The drive continues to its breakdown with acid driven arps and riffs which rise to the focal point combining all elements to provide DJ's the instant dance floor filler. Complimenting the original mix of 'The Middle' is Amir Hussain’s remix, which brings forth a dark, yet still uplifting, offering to this package. Keeping the drive and beauty of the original, Amir adds his own special flair of arpeggios and choral atmosphere to really make this remix a truly marvelous auditory experience. Supporting Artists: D-Mark (DanceDP Radio), DJ Chris (Tranceradio FM), Nick Callaghan, Manuel Le Saux, Christian Sprung, Laucco (TranzLift), Nicola Maddaloni, Quest 4 Trance, Matt Bowdidge, Kaeno, Space Garden, Brian Flinn, Alex Ough, Ahmed Romel, Indecent Noise, David Rust, Suzy Solar, Chris Voro, Kumara (Trancefix.NL), Estigma, Carl Nicholson, Karybde & Scylla, Technicians, Ian Standerwick, OzzyXPM, Graham Gold, Jimmy Chou, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Rossco, Christopher Lawrence, Photographer, Active Limbic System, Paul Webber, Renato Dinis, Trancesonic, Brett Wood aka Splattered Implant, Dub Tek, Team 140, Jamie Drummond, Daniel Skyver, Angel Ace, Opt-in, Rafael Osmo, Bryan Kearney. FIND US - FOLLOW US: http://www.komplexsounds.com http://soundcloud.com/ksx-komplexsounds http://www.facebook.com/komplexsounds http://www.twitter.com/komplex_sounds Catalogue KSX190 2014 (c) Komplex Sounds Pty Ltd All Rights Reserved.
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Penn College Commencement: May 13, 2017 (Afternoon)
 
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Pennsylvania College of Technology's May 13, 2017 afternoon commencement is featured. The ceremony was for students from the Schools of Business & Hospitality and Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies. The student speaker was Robert E. Wood, of Williamsport, who earned a bachelor's degree in culinary arts and systems. During the ceremony, an Excellence in Teaching Award was presented to Mary G. Trometter, assistant professor of hospitality management/culinary arts, and the Veronica M. Muzic Master Teacher Award was given to J.D. Mather, assistant professor of engineering design technology. All graduates are encouraged to connect with the alumni office at the College http://www.pct.edu/alumni and on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/PCTalumni More Penn College: https://www.pct.edu/ Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_... Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/penncollege Twitter: https://twitter.com/penncollege Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/penncollege/
David Icke Dot Connector  EP1 Friday Nov 29, 2013 with subtitles
 
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Please support the TPV to keep making these programs at http://www.thepeoplesvoice.tv/ The people's voice David Icke Dot Connector EP1 Friday Nov 29, 2013 Please choose your subtitled language by selecting CC and scroll for your language 32 languages These captions are generated by Google Translate. We understand that due to unique requirements of each grammatical language, errors occurred. We think that until we have the capacity to fine tune subtitles, it is still worth a try. It's up to you to decide ...
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Max Clifford
 
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Watch the full interview at http://www.exclusivetv.co.uk Max Clifford talks about press regulation, phone hacking and celebs rights to privacy. "Stars like Katie Price don't deserve the same privacy protection as others." Watch the full interview at http://www.exclusivetv.co.uk
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