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1. Leslie David - Ed Banger

  • Published: 2017-12-21T17:16:52+00:00
  • Duration: 15
  • By Hugo & Marie

2. LESLIE DAVID - Ed Banger Records 2016

3. Ed Stetzer & David Fitch - a missional conversation

Ed Stetzer & David Fitch - a missional conversation

A conversation between Ed and Dave recorded @ Life on the Vine in Chicago by's Imbi Medri and Bill Kinnon - a presentation of and Missional Tribe.

4. Ed Stetzer and David Fitch - a missional conversation Part One

Ed Stetzer and David Fitch - a missional conversation  Part One

Produced by Toronto's for the blog and the new social network, Missional Tribe, this video features Ed and Dave in conversation about what missional is, missional vs attractional and missional church & converts. Engaging, funny and yet serious, these two well known writers and missional commentators help expand our understanding of missional.

5. ArtsAPI Artist Commission: Ed Carter and David Cranmer ‘Smoke Signals’

ArtsAPI Artist Commission: Ed Carter and David Cranmer ‘Smoke Signals’

In a world overloaded with data, it is difficult to make sense of the noise, and as arts organisations generate more data, new ways of seeing are needed. In November 2014 we launched an open call for artists to create new work that explores the themes of networks, relationships, intermediaries and their impact on arts organisations. The artists chosen were to be given access to the prototype ArtsAPI tool and the data derived from the Social Network Analysis process that has so far been completed with seven leading arts organisations – Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Culture24, Red Eye, Blast Theory, Forma, FutureEverything, and Islington Mill. We are thrilled to announce the commissioning of artists Ed Carter and David Cranmer, who have created a new work, Smoke Signals. Smoke Signals takes data beyond the confines of the screen to visualise digital interaction. Turning the data of seven arts organisations into a visual and sonic experience, Smoke Signals invokes a physical presence of data streams, with each signal and sound indicating the movements of data within the contemporary online network. Twelve smoke-ring cannons create a transient sculptural form inspired by the Polybius Square cypher. The sub-sonic frequencies used to create the rings are part of a broader evolving sound piece, with each tone and smoke ring relating to the communication activities of the ArtsAPI contributors. Using abstracted email archives as the dataset, a single central speaker affects the smoke rings where their paths cross, reflecting the activities of the contributing partners. As such, turbulence affecting the smoke rings represents online interactions, resulting in a constantly evolving visual and sonic experience. The inspiration behind ArtsAPI is the hypothesis that many arts organisations can generate, but can not effectively articulate or evidence, significant value through the relationships they create and sustain. With this commission, ArtsAPI steps beyond data visualisation, reports and infographics, towards work that explores the tangible presence of data.

6. JUSTICE - CIVILIZATION directed by Edouard Salier

  • Published: 2011-05-27T13:36:05+00:00
  • Duration: 231
  • By Edouard Salier
JUSTICE - CIVILIZATION directed by Edouard Salier Artist: Justice Label: Ed Banger Director: Edouard Salier Producer: Mourad Belkeddar Production Company: Caviar Paris Post producer: David Danesi Post-production company: Digital District

7. Where Do We Go From Here? Occupy Wall St.

  • Published: 2011-10-19T06:53:39+00:00
  • Duration: 192
  • By Ed David
Where Do We Go From Here?  Occupy Wall St.

"Where Do We Go From Here?" On the one month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, I went to Liberty Plaza to find out where the movement will go next. Director ED DAVID Producer DANA SALVATORE Cinematography ED DAVID & ANDREW MCMULLEN Editors LILY HENDERSON & ED DAVID Assistant Producer JILLIAN MASON Music: "I Drive" by Cliff Martinez ED - ANDREW - LILY -

8. Ed & David on CCEF Conference

  • Published: 2015-06-04T19:19:10+00:00
  • Duration: 106
  • By CCEF

9. Real-time, offline-capable, noBackend web apps with Firebase - David Ed Mellum

Real-time, offline-capable, noBackend web apps with Firebase - David Ed Mellum

Let's write a web-app that can be pushed to in real-time from other users, survive offline and- oh darn that'll take us ages just to get the C#/Java/Node.js project set up! We'll need to select and install a SQL DB or a fancy document store too. And we'll need to either write or choose a library to sync data from the server to the browser in case the browser goes offline. Don't fret though, because with noBackend web apps we don't need no stinkin' server, we can write all our code for the browser! David will be live coding a collaborative drawing application that shows others drawing in real-time together with you. If you go offline you'll still be able to draw and when you reconnect your changes will be automatically synced back to the server. He'll do all this without ever writing a single line of server-side code. NDC Conferences

10. The Japanese Popstars - Let Go

  • Published: 2014-03-16T20:18:40+00:00
  • Duration: 214
  • By David Wilson
The Japanese Popstars - Let Go

Directed by David Wilson Production Company: Colonel Blimp Client: Virgin Records/EMI Music September 2010 Winner of Best Animated Video - Antville Awards 2010, inclusion in the Creative Review Annual 2011, Awarded 'In-Book' by D&AD Directed by David Wilson Produced by Serena Noorani and Tamsin Glasson at Colonel Blimp Commissioned by Nicola Brown for Virgin/EMI Primary Illustrator - Keaton Henson Secondary Illustrators - David Wilson and Andres Guzman Drawn Animation - Malcolm Draper, Matt Lloyd, Ed Suckling, Toby Jackman, Elena Pomares, David Wilson, Jamie Page Flash Animation - Michael Zauner, John Malcolm Moore, Ed Suckling, Toby Jackman, Elena Pomares, Andrew Clarke After Effects Compositing and Effects - Andy Montague via The Mill Colouring - Christopher Wright, Sally Hancox, Zoe Hough, Alex Simpson, Josh Stocker

11. Why incompetent people think they're amazing - David Dunning

  • Published: 2017-11-15T17:40:54+00:00
  • Duration: 307
  • By Wednesday
Why incompetent people think they're amazing - David Dunning

TED-Ed commissioned us to make a video to accompany their lesson about "The Dunning Kruger effect" by Mr David Dunning. This effect is a cognitive phenomenon wherein people of low ability suffer from illusory superiority. The aim of this film is to help us to discover whether we are as good at things as we think we are. We were very lucky to get to work with a brilliant animation team, made up of Russ Etheridge, Eze Matteo, Ian Pinder, Andrew Embury, and Allen Laseter. With sound and music from the talented Tom Drew. Please check out their work, they’re amazing! For the full lesson, visit: ____________________________________________ CREDITS Direction& Design & Animation: Wednesday Studio Animation: Russ Etheridge, Ezequiel Matteo, Allen Laseter, Andrew Embury, Ian Pinder Production: Wednesday Studio Sound & Music: Tom Drew Voice: Addison Anderson Lesson: David Dunning Script Editor: Eleanor Nelsen Client: TED-Ed


  • Published: 2008-08-22T14:29:23+00:00
  • Duration: 126


13. Right Here All Over (Occupy Wall St.)

  • Published: 2011-10-05T15:10:05+00:00
  • Duration: 415
  • By Alex Mallis
Right Here All Over  (Occupy Wall St.) A new angle on Occupy Wall Street reveals the strong micro community that has formed there. Directed by Alex Mallis + Lily Henderson Cinematography by Ed David Edited by Lily Henderson + Alex Mallis Assistant Camera: Andrew McMullen + Diana Eliavoz Assistant Producers: Dana Salvatore + Jillian Mason Titles by Jason Drakeford Color by Begoña Colomar Music by Loscil Alex - Lily - Ed -

14. The Best Made American Felling Axe

  • Published: 2011-04-20T14:04:33+00:00
  • Duration: 198
The Best Made American Felling Axe

Director: David N. McIlvaney Editor: Lily Frances Henderson Director of Photography: Ed David Assistant Camera: Albert Oh EFX and titles: CRUX NYC

15. Lessons from a Tailor. Directed by Galen Summer

  • Published: 2008-06-22T14:18:02+00:00
  • Duration: 503
  • By Ed David
Lessons from a Tailor.  Directed by Galen Summer

Directed by Galen Summer. Cinematography by Ed David. Old school at this point - Sony EX1 with Letus 35mm adapter. Before the DSLRs existed. The olden days. The original disruptor.

16. The Trolley Problem

  • Published: 2017-01-16T04:48:22+00:00
  • Duration: 280
  • By Eoin Duffy
The Trolley Problem

A thought experiment in ethics. Vid for TED Ed → → DIRECTED BY Eoin Duffy WRITER Eleanor Nelsen AUDIO David Kamp – ANIMATION: Eoin Duffy Tyler Morgan Super Dasil Mahesh Hovsepyan Karen Cooper Custom Pranavjit Virdi NARRATOR Addison Anderson PRODUCER Gerta Xhelo PRODUCTION COORDINATOR Jessica Ruby

18. Table 7 - short film

  • Published: 2011-01-27T02:18:43+00:00
  • Duration: 262
  • By Marko Slavnic
Table 7 - short film

A couple on the brink of a breakup has an intimate conversation in a restaurant, unaware that their every word is being closely monitored. However, not all is as it seems. Writer/Director: Marko Slavnic Co-Director: Andrew McDonald Producers: Andrew Lee, Marko Slavnic, Andrew McDonald Cinematography: David Blue Garcia Music: Ed Dunne Cast: Man - Ray Rosales Woman - Stephanie Lozos Recordist - Isaac Kim Camera: Red One

19. Charlie Chicken, Canine Artist - [Mini Artist Documentary]

  • Published: 2014-11-16T02:48:37+00:00
  • Duration: 176
  • By Ed David
Charlie Chicken, Canine Artist - [Mini Artist Documentary]

Charlie Chicken is a world-renowned canine artist. Originally a rescue from Puerto Rico, he works out of Brooklyn, NY, where his art has been featured in MOMA, the Louvre, and the Getty. This is his story. REGRADED. TRT: 3 min. [Official selection] Puppy Pound International Film Festival. Director/Editor/Colorist/Screenwriter/Voiceover: ED DAVID Camera Operators: ADAM WELZ, ED DAVID, JOHN LARSON Concept by: LILY HENDERSON + ED DAVID Special thanks to: LILY HENDERSON + PAUL TRILLO + LARRY JORDAN + FRIENDS. Bart McNeil at Omega Broadcast. Executive Producer: LARS VON TRIER Shot on the new Sony FS7. Camera provided by my friend Bart McNeil at Omega Broadcast. I love these guys. Bart is very handsome and has a love for enchiladas! Geek out more about the tech aspects on this version of the film: We got Charlie from AARF - they are an amazing shelter. Please share the video. The goal is Oscar nomination.

20. 2014 SXSWedu American ED TV - David Basulto

  • Published: 2014-03-13T13:21:46+00:00
  • Duration: 420
  • By American ED TV