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1. Dion

  • Published: 2015-08-31T14:23:35+00:00
  • Duration: 215
  • By Jake Oleson
Dion

After spending over 20 years selling drugs on the streets and being in and out of jail, Dion Drew completely turns his life around with the help of a local bakery, the only company in the United States with an open hiring policy. Production Company: Acres New York Director: Jake Oleson Producers: Tiffany Chang, Christian Silberbauer Executive Producer: Matt Mclaughlin Director of Photography: Todd Martin Creative Director: Alvin Melathe Production Assistant: Scott Hansen Color: Irving Harvey Subject: Dion Drew Music: Benjamin Gustafsson soundcloud.com/benjamin-gustafsson Ólafur Arnalds: soundcloud.com/olafur-arnalds Client: Upworthy Original Post: https://www.facebook.com/Upworthy/videos/1055990941108430/?permPage=1 For more about Greyston: greyston.com/


2. Dion Lunadon - "1976"

Dion Lunadon -

1976 1976 No Copyright Infringement Intended 1976 1976 Conceptualized from the mind of DION LUNADON Cut/Spliced by the hand of RYAN OHM https://dionlunadon.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Dion-Lunadon-1496608993939843 A Weird Life Films Production In Association with FFIILLMM LLC 1976 No Copyright Infringement Intended 1976 1976


3. CELINE DION | VOGUE

  • Published: 2017-07-27T13:54:11+00:00
  • Duration: 115
  • By Daniel Bouquet
CELINE DION | VOGUE

Beyond Dion Starring Céline Dion Director Gordon von Steiner Fashion Editor Jorden Bickham Hair Julien d’Ys Makeup Pat McGrath Producer Kelly McGee Production PRODn at Art + Commerce Director of Photography Daniël Bouquet nsc Set Design Miguel Bento Steadicam Operator Thibault Marsan-Bacheré First Assistant Director Mathilde Cavillan 1st Assistant Alvaro Colom Gaffer Eric Cuffini Sound Jean-François Mabire Manicure Lorandy Editor Gordon von Steiner Post Production D-Touch Music Boney M. & Rossini Filmed at Ritz Paris and Bateaux-Mouches


4. dion

  • Published: 2014-07-26T20:35:50+00:00
  • Duration: 140
  • By LadyJazz

5. Celine Dion - Titanic - Live

  • Published: 2009-10-24T15:20:28+00:00
  • Duration: 306
  • By Duygu Dertli
Celine Dion - Titanic - Live

Celine Dion - Titanic - live


6. Dion Lee NYFW

  • Published: 2014-09-13T16:39:11+00:00
  • Duration: 670
  • By Kit Webster

7. New Blood | Welcome Dion

New Blood | Welcome Dion

Here's 'New Blood' ....Captured over the course of two weeks on Australia's East Coast on a Holy Grail 5'5 1/2 x 18 3/4 x 2 1/8. A short film created by Haydenshapes X Dion Agius.


8. DION X ANDO

  • Published: 2012-08-27T06:49:29+00:00
  • Duration: 143
  • By Shane Fletcher
DION X ANDO

Song: Convict Artist: French Films


9. The Los Angered by Dion Agius

  • Published: 2015-06-29T23:13:26+00:00
  • Duration: 99
  • By GLOBE
The Los Angered by Dion Agius

The Los Angered is part of the Dion Agius +/+ Collection. Inspired by Hollywood nights and New York City sunrises, to the farthest reaches of the moon scape Middle East, these are the inspirations of the Los Angered. Click the link to view the Los Angered. http://www.globebrand.com/dion-agius/


10. Dion Lunadon - "Com/Broke"

Dion Lunadon -

"V dies in a car crash. His ghost enters some kind of hellish landscape..." Made with support from New Zealand On Air Arts Council Grab Dion's 7" on Infinity Cat here: http://infinity-cat-recordings.myshopify.com/collections/dion-lunadon/products/dion-lunadon-com-broke-7 Premiere via Dangerous Minds: http://dangerousminds.net/comments/watch_the_new_video_from_a_place_to_bury_strangers_dion_lunadon1 Shot around the Midwest in Illinois & Indiana. Contact: [email protected] Weird Life Films X Jacked in the Head Productions


11. Celine Dion - Taking Chances

Celine Dion - Taking Chances

Celine Dion's "Taking Chances" music video. I was the best boy on this one. Shot on 35mm film. "Taking Chances" is the first single from Céline Dion's upcoming English album Taking Chances. The song was written by Kara DioGuardi and David A. Stewart from Eurythmics, and produced by John Shanks. The music video, directed by Paul Boyd, was filmed in three days (September 15-17, 2007) in several different locations in the Las Vegas area. The video is narrative heavy, as only one of the three shoot days was spent on performance. It includes a guest appearance by Dave A. Stewart. Client : Celine Dion Company : Unknown Year : 2007 From what i can remember: Key Grip : Gary Sauer Beat Boy : Andrei Mignea Director : Paul Boyd


12. Celine Dion - A Mother's Prayer

  • Published: 2011-08-12T00:27:01+00:00
  • Duration: 223
  • By JETT
Celine Dion - A Mother's Prayer

Celine Dion - A Mother's Prayer


13. Clip Celin Dion

  • Published: 2009-12-20T21:02:01+00:00
  • Duration: 276
  • By Sonia97
Clip Celin Dion

Celin Dion - Titanic


14. Dion Agius v. Molly Steele

  • Published: 2013-04-25T00:08:24+00:00
  • Duration: 290
  • By GLOBE
Dion Agius v. Molly Steele

Dion and Molly Steele discuss whether Dion's new shoe, the Los Angered, is the best shoe ever. Has Dion met his match? You decide. Presented by Globe, Monster Children, and The Standard, Hollywood. Film / edit: Tyler Quinn


15. Culture Shifters - Dion Agius

  • Published: 2017-03-15T07:22:50+00:00
  • Duration: 409
  • By STAB

16. Dion Agius x Los Angered Party

  • Published: 2013-04-15T22:50:49+00:00
  • Duration: 83
  • By GLOBE
Dion Agius x Los Angered Party

Free drinks and good times went down at American Rag CIE to release Dion Agius signature shoe the Los Angered. http://www.globe.tv/us/features/los-angered-by-dion-agius/


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18. Culture Shifters: Dion Agius

  • Published: 2017-07-01T20:22:20+00:00
  • Duration: 409
  • By Mike Pagan
Culture Shifters: Dion Agius

"Dion Agius will tell you his success is a happy accident. It's not. In surfing, original thinkers shine bright and Dion’s a man who has shifted status quo and created a climate for surfers turned entrepreneurs. Last night, at House Beer’s headquarters in Venice we premiered our second installment of Culture Shifters, followed by Dion’s latest film, The Smiling Bag. We flew Dion out, with is black beanie carry on, drank ice cold House Beer from the tap and discussed the progression of his career, starting with the culture shifting idea of the surf blog: Globe.tv/Dion. “I’d been competing, spending all my money to travel, surf one heat and get knocked out,” he told Stab. “Around that time I signed with Globe and my buddy Beren (Hall) started semi-managing me. He did a trip overseas, came back and was like I don’t have a job. So I gave him my Handycam, we went down to the beach, filmed one session, met with the president of Globe Australia and pitched him on this video series. We were like, ‘okay so we’re going to travel around the world and make this amazing series.’ And they said, ‘yeah, sweet do it.’ We couldn’t believe what we’d gotten away when we walked out of there, thinking ‘fuck, now we actually have to make something that they’re going to be psyched on.' I was basically given the green light to do my favourite thing in the world. Which in turn taught me to take free surfing and figure out how to make it more valuable to my sponsors. I’ve always looked at my surf career as a business.” In 2017, we're all familiar with the surfer owned brand. But, before the budding clothing and traction pad companies, Dion helped found Epokhe. “I think the entrepreneurial thing was always been ingrained from my dad,” he said. “He had his own business and from that, I always wanted to be my own boss. So when the idea for Epokhe came about I thought, ‘fuck yeah, I want to start a brand.’ That was until I started doing it and realised I didn’t know how to run a brand, do business, open a spreadsheet or write one. I was like, ‘I’ll just draw sunglasses on a napkin and they’ll magically appear and all my friends will want to wear them.' So that was a rude awakening,” he laughed. In a world where play counts are currency. Dion sees the flaws in the disconnection. So, while the web's washed out with anything ranging from one to 20-minute just-for-web edits, he made a film and asked people to email him for it. “Personal interactions, I think hold more value than the internet. In the last five years we’ve become so focused on views. Like with Globe we aim for 100 thousand views, but I don’t even know what 100 thousand people look like, but that’s become the norm. That’s psycho. With the Smiling Bag I gave out my personal email online and people had to email me to get the movie. I replied to each personally because I wanted it to feel more real. People would respond and open up to me, tell me about their life or their depression and we’d go back and forth. I kind of underestimated how many people would contact me, but I know that five thousand have watched it and I’ve talked to all of them. To me, that’s way more valuable than 100 thousand views on a Vimeo page.” The internet ruins everything around us." - Stab Magazine Directed by: Keegan Gibbs, Mike Pagan Producer: Sam McIntosh Cinematography: Beren Hall, Shane Fletcher, Mike Pagan Editor: Mike Pagan Written by: Morgan Williamson Narrator: Natalie Richter Music: Spencer Hein, Sugar Candy Mountain Archival footage: Beren Hall, Taylor Steele


19. Molly VS Dion Agius

Molly VS Dion Agius

Film / edit: Tyler Quinn