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1. To The Girl That I Will Someday Marry

  • Published: 2012-12-23T09:39:49+00:00
  • Duration: 235
  • By Kevin Guiang
To The Girl That I Will Someday Marry

Its always a pleasure working with one of my best friends, and I'm constantly inspired by his passion for written and spoken word. I'm glad that we've found a way to manifest our passions through this medium, and I look forward to all that lies ahead. Here's to getting up and doing something and acting upon that which we hold dear. ----------------------------------------------- Directed by Kevin Guiang Paderes Written and Performed by Chris King Wong Music by Hector Espinoza Starring Jessica Koh and Chris King Wong ------------------------------------- Special Thanks to Johnny & Joseph Yacoub, Jason Douangsanith, & Andrew Le -------------------------------------- Kevin Guiang Paderes Youtube: youtube.com/user/KevinGuiangPaderes Kevin Guiang Paderes Wordpress: kevinguiang.wordpress.com Arete Visuals Vimeo: vimeo.com/aretevisuals Arete Visuals Facebook: facebook.com/aretevisuals --------------------------------------- Chris King Wong Tumblr: chriskingwong.tumblr.com Chris King Wong Facebook: facebook.com/ckwpoetry Chris King Wong Youtube: youtube.com/chriskingwong --------------------------------------- Hector Espinoza: hectorespinoza.tumblr.com/ --------------------------------------- Someday, Written by Chris King Wong To The Girl That I Will Someday Marry Dear You, Hi My name is Chris And I've been looking for you Under park benches and tables In every aisle of the grocery store And sometimes In my own backyard I'm not very good at this But really I've been looking for you In the morning sunrise In the glow of the moon and stars And everywhere in between I've only dated once or twice And I've always been told not to worry That there are plenty of fish in the sea But the thought of that terrifies me Because what if What if I can't find you And I've always been told that it's not the end of the world But But what if it is And what if tomorrow is my last And what if I never get the chance to hold your hand And what if I never get the chance to tell you that the way you stand in a room Makes the sunlight a mere shadow And what if nobody ever reads this letter and what if you're reading this already And what if I told you That I'm sitting in my room Listening to Let's Get It On And I'm staring blankly at my textbook Wondering what college would be like If we still had recess and naptime If instead we were graded on what we thought we knew If class didn't start until the sun went down Just so we could study the stars And to ace my final All I would have to do Is write about you You see I've been looking for you In the middle of stand-still traffic In between the pages of every empty photo album In the still and silence of the night air And sometimes I fold my poems into paper airplanes Throw them into the breeze Hoping that the wind will fly them to your doorstep Just to let you know That I Am thinking of you always Because I've been looking for you On the corners of empty streets In the dry of the pouring rain And I've only ever loved once or twice Loved the way that I Should have only been saving for you And I'm sorry Because I've been looking for you At the bottom of every shot glass In between the lips of so many different girls And if I could take it all back Just so I could give you every piece of me That I've lost along the way I would And if I could promise you That you are the only one I will ever call mine I would I would But I can't So just know That when I finally find you With all that I have left I will love you the way a star is blanketed by the night sky Endlessly That I have stained ink into every touch of my fingertips So that when I finally trace them along your skin I will tattoo every part of my soul onto yours I want you to whisper to me the rhythms of all your secrets To feel the curves of your lips pressed fully against mine I want your hair to fall over my face Like curtains draping a room A room meant only for us And in those moments I will never, ever let you go Because I want And I need All of you So completely That I can barely restrain my entire being From running into the streets Asking every girl that I see If she is the one If she will watch my hair fade to gray Under the sun and stars of a million days and nights And if she really is the love of my life Why has it taken me so long Just to see her face If only for a moment If only for a precious while And I wrote this for you Before I even knew your name Just to let you know That for twenty broken years I Have missed you Signed Dreaming of you always Love, Me


2. Hyatt - le SIX - Sculpture - Teaser

  • Published: 2011-07-12T15:00:16+00:00
  • Duration: 69
  • By NOMADlife.tv
Hyatt - le SIX - Sculpture - Teaser

Bob communications curated 6 collective films from NOMADS to celebrate the opening of le SIX, an “art bar” in the Hyatt Montreal. The content was made custom for the Hywall a particularly wide 32×9 screen located in the hotel lobby. These light sculptures were created by Patrick Rochon who writes: "I used my skills as a light painter to work on the idea of a light sculpture. I almost want to say a kinetic light sculpture because of the look and the feeling it gives, but in reality these are all movements done by hand in a studio on a black background with the new light tools Sylvain Lavoie and I built. We shot video and photography simultaneously. The target size was 1920×560." Director: Patrick Rochon Props Master: Sylvain Lavoie Creative Director/Editor: Jason Rodi Coloring: Christian Pomerleau, Gridspace Agency: Bob communications


3. To The Girl That I Will Someday Marry

  • Published: 2013-01-25T03:48:07+00:00
  • Duration: 235
  • By Arete Visuals
To The Girl That I Will Someday Marry

Its always a pleasure working with one of my best friends, and I'm constantly inspired by his passion for written and spoken word. I'm glad that we've found a way to manifest our passions through this medium, and I look forward to all that lies ahead. Here's to getting up and doing something and acting upon that which we hold dear. ----------------------------------------------- Directed by Kevin Guiang Paderes Written and Performed by Chris King Wong Music by Hector Espinoza Starring Jessica Koh and Chris King Wong ------------------------------------- Special Thanks to Johnny & Joseph Yacoub, Jason Douangsanith, & Andrew Le -------------------------------------- Kevin Guiang Paderes Youtube: youtube.com/user/KevinGuiangPaderes Kevin Guiang Paderes Wordpress: kevinguiang.wordpress.com Arete Visuals Vimeo: vimeo.com/aretevisuals Arete Visuals Facebook: facebook.com/aretevisuals --------------------------------------- Chris King Wong Tumblr: chriskingwong.tumblr.com Chris King Wong Facebook: facebook.com/ckwpoetry Chris King Wong Youtube: youtube.com/chriskingwong --------------------------------------- Hector Espinoza: hectorespinoza.tumblr.com/ --------------------------------------- Someday, Written by Chris King Wong To The Girl That I Will Someday Marry Dear You, Hi My name is Chris And I've been looking for you Under park benches and tables In every aisle of the grocery store And sometimes In my own backyard I'm not very good at this But really I've been looking for you In the morning sunrise In the glow of the moon and stars And everywhere in between I've only dated once or twice And I've always been told not to worry That there are plenty of fish in the sea But the thought of that terrifies me Because what if What if I can't find you And I've always been told that it's not the end of the world But But what if it is And what if tomorrow is my last And what if I never get the chance to hold your hand And what if I never get the chance to tell you that the way you stand in a room Makes the sunlight a mere shadow And what if nobody ever reads this letter and what if you're reading this already And what if I told you That I'm sitting in my room Listening to Let's Get It On And I'm staring blankly at my textbook Wondering what college would be like If we still had recess and naptime If instead we were graded on what we thought we knew If class didn't start until the sun went down Just so we could study the stars And to ace my final All I would have to do Is write about you You see I've been looking for you In the middle of stand-still traffic In between the pages of every empty photo album In the still and silence of the night air And sometimes I fold my poems into paper airplanes Throw them into the breeze Hoping that the wind will fly them to your doorstep Just to let you know That I Am thinking of you always Because I've been looking for you On the corners of empty streets In the dry of the pouring rain And I've only ever loved once or twice Loved the way that I Should have only been saving for you And I'm sorry Because I've been looking for you At the bottom of every shot glass In between the lips of so many different girls And if I could take it all back Just so I could give you every piece of me That I've lost along the way I would And if I could promise you That you are the only one I will ever call mine I would I would But I can't So just know That when I finally find you With all that I have left I will love you the way a star is blanketed by the night sky Endlessly That I have stained ink into every touch of my fingertips So that when I finally trace them along your skin I will tattoo every part of my soul onto yours I want you to whisper to me the rhythms of all your secrets To feel the curves of your lips pressed fully against mine I want your hair to fall over my face Like curtains draping a room A room meant only for us And in those moments I will never, ever let you go Because I want And I need All of you So completely That I can barely restrain my entire being From running into the streets Asking every girl that I see If she is the one If she will watch my hair fade to gray Under the sun and stars of a million days and nights And if she really is the love of my life Why has it taken me so long Just to see her face If only for a moment If only for a precious while And I wrote this for you Before I even knew your name Just to let you know That for twenty broken years I Have missed you Signed Dreaming of you always Love, Me


4. Riz MC 'Radar'

  • Published: 2008-11-14T14:46:40+00:00
  • Duration: 201
  • By maouris
Riz MC 'Radar'

Crosstown Rebels is proud to present the smash single ‘Radar’ from Riz MC. The video was directed by up and coming film maker Lily Smith (Colonel Blimp), and there’s also a Riz MC / Rebel Rave film in the making to support the release. www.rebelrave.tv Riz Ahmed, is a seriously versatile UK talent, winning plaudits by word of mouth across a diverse range of audiences. The reasons for this are simple - he’s a fantastic performer (Riz is also a hotly tipped actor – more about that later), he has a distinctive voice with something to say, and he says it over a fresh and bold musical palette. His recent and upcoming gig listing is a testament to his rare ability to win a following across such diverse crowds. In the next few weeks he is supporting Jazzy B (Soul II Soul) at Wembley Arena, playing The Warehouse Project with Dizzee Rascal, and a prison with Billy Bragg. After collaborating and performing with him, Nitin Sawhney put Riz forward to become an Emerging Artist in Residence at London’s prestigious Southbank Centre. He played with Revd. and the Makers at Glastonbury this year, and accompanied Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip, Laura Marling, and Pigeon Detectives on a US tour this Spring taking in SXSW festival and winning rave reviews from trendy bloggers to the Daily Telegraph. He was hand picked by Massive Attack to support them at this year’s Meltdown Festival, for their opening show at the austere Royal Festival Hall. A few weeks later he smashed a gig at Fabric. He continues to defy categorization with his new single ‘Radar’ - a dagger of a tune, built from an infectious riff that immediately gets under your skin. Simultaneously ballsy and classy, it’s a bold musical creation with an intense sound; biting lyrics cut through banging hypnotic beats to devastating effect, pitching somewhere between Mos Def and the Prodigy. Recorded in a tiny, non-professional studio, the claustrophobic feel of Radar compliments the lyrics. “It’s about drowning in information, advertising, and labeling - and how that makes you pigeonhole everything you see… You should listen to it LOUD to get the full impact – I’m not great at making background music. “ Riz’s caustic and concise lyrics pick apart the kind of topics most MC’s don’t touch without ever straying into clichéd, self-righteous ‘conscious MC’ territory. Influenced by Bjork, 4Hero and Radiohead, Riz creates bold and innovative tunes without resorting to kitsch, trashy or retro elements. “I want to make 21st century music that has something to say. I want to explode the current scene with something more substantive and original.” ‘Radar’ and its B-side ‘People Like People’ are the early glimpses of a genre bending album. Both are produced by the hotly tipped tech-breaks talent Lazersonic (Air Recordings), and exemplify Riz’s desire to cultivate his eclectic influeces and fan base by working with a wide range of producers. The result will be a distinct and unique sound scape, a million miles away from your average MC – from hard-to-place club bangers, to jazz electronica, to orchestral strings with no beats at all. An Oxford graduate with a London pirate radio background, he can boast the honour of having his debut single (Post 9/11 Blues) banned from the airwaves, and being detained by Special Branch after acting in Michael Winterbottom’s multi award winning ‘Road to Guantanamo’. Off the back of this and his self-released follow-up ‘People Like People’, MTV and RWD Magazine pronounced him “About to Blow”, and Radio 1 chose Riz as a key BBC Introducing Artist – handpicked in 2007/2008 to play Glastonbury, the BBC Electric Proms, and a special Maida Vale Session with the Ting Tings. He has earned his stripes, gone the long way round, and impressed at every opportunity. Riz also has a burgeoning acting career. After his screen debut in the multi-award winning ‘Road to Guantanamo’, he recently played the lead role in Peter Kosminsky's BAFTA-winning and hotly-debated 'Britz', due to be aired on US screens on BBC America to coincide with this release. Forthcoming screen appearances include Sally Potter's next feature alongside Jude Law and Judy Dench, and the title role in soon to be released 'Shifty' opposite Jason Flemyng and Daniel Mays. With his trajectory in both the musical and acting worlds progressing atsuch an incredible pace, and with each release building credibility and winning new supporters, Riz looks set to be an indomitable force for the future.


5. Las Vegas Strip (Nevada) - In Another Minute (298)

  • Published: 2016-01-14T19:51:20+00:00
  • Duration: 60
  • By Luci Westphal
Las Vegas Strip (Nevada) - In Another Minute (298)

No trip to Vegas without a visit to the Las Vegas Strip, the 4.2-mile long stretch of hotels and casinos along Las Vegas Boulevard South, just outside the Las Vegas city limits. Actually, most of our trip (overlapping weeks 296 and 297), we spent on the Las Vegas Strip. And yes, it was fabulous! Staying in the stylish Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel provided everything you'd want. Visual art everywhere. Delicious cocktails at the Vesper Bar and The Chandelier, which over 3 floors gives you the option to lounge at the top, inside or at the bottom of the sparkling chandelier. Of course, you can gamble to your heart's delight on the casino floor... and dance at the Marquee and eat and shop and... maybe try to get some sleep too. Last but not least, the Cosmopolitan features rooms with balconies (!!!) that offer a stunning view of the Bellagio Fountains, the north-end of the strip and the mountains beyond. Of course, we explored beyond our hotel. Other highlights included: dinner at Le Cirque inside the Bellagio and playing Poker and slots at Caesars Palace. By the way, this seemed to be one of the few casinos on the strip that features a Poker Room. Being able to walk to the various hotels, casinos, theaters and shops without having to go outside or at least use walkways above the street (with great views) adds to the feeling of an adult playground. I seriously can't wait to go back to visit other hotels, like the New York - New York, Paris Las Vegas and the MGM Grande and places away from The Strip... and make time to "take in a show". We did check out downtown Las Vegas at night and during the day. That's where we celebrated a renewal of vows wedding at Graceland Chapel - topped off with a stretch limo ride down the Las Vegas Strip. Again, I want to thank Stephen Conklin, Scott's brother, for showing us around. Oh, and I'd like to thank Scott for taking me on this unforgettable anniversary vacation! You rock my world, baby! The featured song is called “Bebop 25” and was written and performed by Jason Shaw of http://audionautix.com. He has made this and many other instrumental songs available via a CC BY 3.0 license. Thank you so much for all your great tunes, Jason! If you want to see more, please check out the other videos (and posts) from a few days in Las Vegas: Las Vegas Sunset (Nevada) – In Another Minute (Week 296) http://movingpostcard.com/las-vegas-sunset/ Downtown Las Vegas (Nevada) – In Another Minute (Week 297) http://movingpostcard.com/downtown-las-vegas/ Soon, I'll also publish a series of photos on my personal blog: http://goodhardworkingpeople.blogspot.com For links to more information, please visit http://MovingPostcard.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovingPostcard Twitter: http://twitter.com/luciwest Flickr: http://flickr.com/luciwest Google+: http://google.com/+MovingPostcard YouTube: http://youtube.com/GNYBerlin YouTube: http://youtube.com/LuciWest Tripfilms: http://www.tripfilms.com/shows/Moving_Postcard Tumblr: http://luciwest.tumblr.com Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/LuciWest Instagram: http://Instagram.com/LuciWest Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/LuciWest


6. BERNARD HERRMANN -TRIBUTE

  • Published: 2012-06-12T09:58:57+00:00
  • Duration: 438
  • By MontseAntares
BERNARD HERRMANN -TRIBUTE

"Disclaimer: I do not own anything in this video. No copyright infringement intended. Everything belongs to their respective owners!" Please support the composers by buying their records and releases !!! Bernard Herrmann (Nueva York; 29 de junio de 1911 – Nueva York; 24 de diciembre de 1975); fue un compositor estadounidense especializado en el género cinematográfico. Galardonado con un premio de la Academia a la mejor música de película dramática por su trabajo, El hombre que vendió su alma (1941), es principalmente conocido por sus colaboraciones con Orson Welles (Ciudadano Kane, La guerra de los mundos) y con Alfred Hitchcock, director con el que Herrmann cosechará la mayoría de sus grandes éxitos (Vértigo, El hombre que sabía demasiado, Psicosis). Quizás una de las anecdotas más divertidas fué la siguiente ... a los ocho años dejaba patente su mal genio y cuando el profesor de música le regañaba Benny sin pensarlo le rompe el violín en la cabeza….Durante los cincuenta su carácter va transformándole en un individuo antisocial, agresivo y solitario, descontento con su profesión y convencido de que todo a su alrededor era negativo. Su prepotencia musical la consolida con un estilo personal, acorde con su melancólico estado de ánimo, en las cuerdas obsesivamente románticas de Jane Eyre, El fantasma y la señora Muir, y Las nieves del Kilimanjaro..... He deseado añadir estas facetas tan importantes de su personalidad...ya que se ven reflejadas en todas sus obras...¡¡¡ Pero..... hay sorpresa... !!! … Y precisamente he añadido al video dos fragmentos de sus obras... más amables y divertidas... y menos conocidas...Williamsburg Overture - Worlds of Gulliver.....Con estos dos temas cierro este video dedicado a este Gran Genio de la Composición..... En el podeis escuchar...Marnie - Snows of Kilimanjaro - Jason and the Argonauts – Vertigo -Williamsburg Overture - Worlds of Gulliver Bernard Herrmann (New York, June 29, 1911 - New York, December 24, 1975) was an American composer specializing in film genre. Awarded an Academy Award for best dramatic film music for his work, The man who sold his soul (1941), is best known for his collaborations with Orson Welles (Citizen Kane, War of the Worlds) and Alfred Hitchcock, Herrmann director I reap most of their hits (Vertigo, The Man Who knew Too Much, Psycho). Perhaps one of the funniest anecdotes were as follows ... at eight years showed clear his temper and when the music teacher scolded him without thinking Benny breaks his violin on the head .... During the fifty character transforming him into an individual is antisocial, aggressive, lonely, unhappy with their profession and convinced that everything around them was negative. His musical arrogance consolidates with a personal style befitting his melancholy mood, obsessively romantic ropes in Jane Eyre, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, and The Snows of Kilimanjaro ..... I want to add these as important facets of his personality ... and that is reflected in all his works ... But ..... surprise ... !! Precisely ... I added the video two fragments of his works ... friendly and fun ... and lesser-known ... Williamsburg Overture - Worlds of Gulliver ..... With these two issues close this video dedicated to the Great Genius of the composition ..... You can listen ... Marnie - Snows of Kilimanjaro - Jason and the Argonauts - Vertigo-Williamsburg Overture - Worlds of Gulliver


7. FLY 2010

FLY 2010

"LIKE" this page: www.facebook.com/mjbvisuals filmed edited: www.michaeljulianberz.com www.adancingeye.com birthday child: www.nicolasmaranda.com location: www.thenomads.com Nico's 3rd annual birthday bash. La fête de Nico. PLEASE NOTE: TO PROTECT THE SPACE, THIS EVENT WILL BE GUESTLIST ONLY AND THE DOOR WILL CLOSE AT 1:30. Confirm on facebook or at [email protected] ...Hello flyees, this year we're opening it up into Nomad Nation's amazing space. I've been busting subwoofers all summer with Monitor (Erik El, Bruno Brown, Jean-Michel Lapointe and moi), and we're going to give you a live taste of the upcoming record with a floor-shaking set. Add to the mix: -The fabulous Leticia on percussion; -Varial cooking up some tasty afrodeliciousness; -GL from Space and Dream texturizing the place with 4 screens full of frequencies you didn't know you could see; -Eno immersing us in his hallucinating footage of underwater life; -and (shhh!) our loftmaster Jason Rodi himself getting back at the video mixer... ... and you've found yourself dancing at the epicenter of a night to remember for a loooong time. Pitch in $5 so we can pay for some of this extravagance, get your drinks at our cash bar, and if you want to bring friends, make sure they're the type you would travel to a deserted beach with. Fly '08 was great, Fly '09 was divine, let's make Fly '10 the best yet. -------------------------------------------------- NOTEZ QUE POUR PROTÉGER NOTRE ESPACE, SEULS LES INVITÉS INSCRITS SERONT ADMIS ET LA PORTE FERMERA À 1h30. Confirmez sur facebook ou à [email protected] Novembre approche, et avec elle, la troisième édition de Fly. Cette fois, nous avons la chance de nous épanouir dans le formidable loft de Nomad Nation. J'ai défoncé des subwoofers tout l'été avec Monitor (Erik El, Bruno Brown, Jean-Michel Lapointe et moi) et nous allons faire vibrer vos jeans avec un avant-goût live de l'album. Ajoutez au mix: -La fabuleuse Leticia à la percussion; -Varial qui passe de l'image au son en nous démontrant son goût impeccable pour l'afro/funk/dub; -GL de Space & Dream, qui nous fera découvrir des fréquences visuelles inconnues sur 4 écrans; -Eno, qui nous immergera dans ses images hallucinantes de vie sous-marine; -et (shhh!) notre Loftmeistre Jason Rodi lui-même nous montrant un peu de son savoir-faire... ...et puis merde! Qu'est-ce que vous voulez de plus un soir de Novembre?! On va se fabriquer des moments-euréka transformés en souvenirs indélébiles. Contribuez $5 afin qu'on puisse payer pour un peu de ces extravagances, prenez un verre au bar, et si vous invitez des amis, assurez-vous que c'est le genre avec qui vous partiriez en voyage. Et décollons! Nicolas


8. Celine Dion - Je sais pas / I don't know [AWARDED Cover by George Psomiadis]

Celine Dion - Je sais pas / I don't know [AWARDED Cover by George Psomiadis]

No 1# Awarded Video/Song among 200 participants, 70 projects from 15 countries, in an international contest by The Red Heads. [2011] Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GeorgePsomiadisMusic [LIKE] Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/GeorgePsomiadis [FOLLOW] YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Gicedi [SUBSCRIBE] Website: http://www.solfezos.webs.com Support us with your Donation!: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=TS85TSWGR427N Thank you! FREE DOWNLOAD all my Recording Covers here: http://www.facebook.com/GeorgePsomiadisMusic and here: http://soundcloud.com/georgepsomiadis Vocals (main & backing): George Psomiadis Piano: Karen Solomon ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ Je sais pas / I don't know - LYRICS A mountain of stone, a door of steal Cant stand in my way, Id go on Brutal machines, unbending laws Cant slow me down, Id go on Ive learned how to deal and when to fight I know whats real, I know whats right Im not afraid, a wounded dove I can be tender in a world so tough Je sais les hivers, je sais le froid Mais la vie sans toi, je sais pas Je savais le silence depuis longtemps Jen sais la violence, son goût de sang Rouges colères, sombres douleurs Je sais ces guerres, jen ai pas peur Ive held you tight, pushed you away Now with all my might I beg you to stay Je sais les hivers, je sais le froid Mais la vie sans toi, je sais pas I know what I want, I know what I need But theres just one thing I must believe Deep in the night by a dying flame You will be there when I call your name Im sure I could face the bitter cold But life without you, I dont know I dont know, I dont know, I dont know, I dont know, I dont know, I dont know INFOS * Je sais pas / I don't know Original Artist: Celine Dion Written by Jean-Jacques Goldman, J. Kaple, Phil Galdston Producers:Jean-Jacques Goldman / Jim Steinman, Steven Rinkoff Album: Deux (The French Album, US) & Falling into you Year: 1995 & 1996 Label: Columbia, Epic, 550 The song was featured on Céline Dion's greatest hits compilation On ne change pas. The live version was a part of two other albums: Live à Paris and Au cœur du stade; Dion also performed it during the French concerts of her 2008-09 Taking Chances Tour, Sans attendre Tour; the Quebec performance was included in the Céline... une seule fois / Live 2013 CD/DVD "Je sais pas" was a smash hit in France, where it topped the singles chart for seven weeks, selling 510,000 copies D'eux is the best-selling French-language album of all time, with sales of 10 million copies worldwide. It is also the best-selling album of all time in France, with over 4.4 million copies sold. "Vole" was dedicated to Karine, Dion's niece who had died of cystic fibrosis D'eux was promoted in April 1995 with one-hour TV special. Céline Dion did also the D'eux Tour to support the album. The show at Le Zénith in Paris was recorded and released as Live à Paris. D'eux and the leadoff single "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" won many awards, including Juno Awards, Félix Awards and Victoires de la Musique. Dion received also the Medal of Arts and Letters from France's Minister of Culture recognizing her status as the Best Selling French-language Artist in History. Many songs were featured on the album On ne change pas. Track listing 1. Pour que tu m'aimes encore 2. Le ballet 3. Regarde-moi 4. Je sais pas 5. La mémoire d'Abraham 6. Cherche encore 7. Destin 8. Les derniers seront les premiers 9. J'irai où tu iras (duet with Jean-Jacques Goldman) 10. J'attendais 11. Prière païenne 12. Vole Eric Benzi -- Arranger, Programming Carole Fredericks -- Choir, Chorus Humberto Gatica -- Mixing Neil Jason -- Bass Vito Luprano -- Executive Producer Falling Into You won two Grammy Awards, for Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year in 1997, and became one of the best-selling albums in history, with sales of over 32 million copies worldwide Track listing 1. It's All Coming Back to Me Now 2. Because You Loved Me (Diane Warren, David Foster) 1996 film Up Close & Personal with Michelle Pfeiffer & Robert Redford. The song was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1996, as well as four Grammy Awards 3. Falling into You 4. Make You Happy 5. Seduces Me 6. ll by Myself (Eric Carmen, Sergei Rachmaninoff) 7. Declaration of Love 8. Dreamin' of You 9. I Love You 10. If That's What It Takes 11. I Don't Know 12. River Deep, Mountain High (Tina Turner, Phil Spector) 13. Call the Man 14. Fly * (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (Aretha Franklin, Carole King) * Your Light * To Love You More Producers: Babyface, Roy Bittan, Jeff Bova, David Foster, Humberto Gatica, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Rick Hahn, Dan Hill, John Jones, Rick Nowels, Aldo Nova, Steven Rinkoff, Billy Steinberg, Jim Steinman, Ric Wake


9. 53rd Journalism Awards Gala (part 1)

  • Published: 2011-07-18T07:52:32+00:00
  • Duration: 4043
  • By EDP
53rd Journalism Awards Gala (part 1)

A. JOURNALISTS OF THE YEAR A1. PRINT (Over 50,000 circulations) Patrick Range McDonald, LA Weekly Comments: "Range" is an appropriate middle name. What incredibly detailed reporting on a variety of complicated topics. What an ability to make us feel as if we know the players. What skill in explaining messy situations. The very essence of solid journalism. 2nd place: David Evans, Bloomberg Markets, "Duping the Families of Fallen Soldiers" HM: Mariel Garza, Los Angeles Daily News Editorials A2. PRINT (Under 50,000 circulation) Radley Balko, Reason Magazine Comment: ―Radley Balko is one of those throw-back journalists that understands the power of groundbreaking reporting and how to make a significant impact through his work. Time and time again, his stories cause readers to stop, think, and most significantly, take action. Congratulations!‖ 2nd Place: Dan Evans, Glendale News-Press HM: Ryan Vaillancourt, Los Angeles Downtown News A3. TELEVISION JOURNALIST Ana Garcia and Fred Mamoun, KNBC-TV Garcia and Mamoun shoot, write and edit compelling stories. One of their strengths as a team is the obvious respect for their subjects, and the ability through contacts in the community to land exclusive interviews and opportunities. They are strong storytellers and the pieces move! 2nd Place: Antonio Valverde, Univision Valverde has a wide range as a journalist. He is able to work with various segments of the community to tell compelling stories. He has political acumen and can accurately and fairly tell stories, while also reaching out to the disenfranchised to share their stories of life in L.A. A4. RADIO JOURNALIST Susan Valot, KPCC Comments: Well-rounded reports with authoritative, informed tone. Great use of sound. Valot‘s work is some of the best we‘ve heard. 2nd Place: Brian Watt: KPCC HM: Kitty Felde: KPCC A5. ONLINE JOURNALIST Daniel Heimpel, FosteringMediaConnections.org 2nd Place: Chris Hedges, Truthdig.com HM: Robert Scheer, Truthdig.com A6. SPORTS JOURNALIST N/A A7. ENTERTAINMENT JOURNALIST Kim Masters, KCRW-FM Radio Comments: Nice voice in both senses of the word, along with substantive content. Covering a story about outed CIA agent Valerie Plame, she tracked down Plame to comment on her portrayal, rather than just talking to the actress. She also gave a lot of information on entertainment agents that broadened the picture the public was likely to have of that occupation. 2nd Place: Tara Wallis-Finestone, NBC LA HM: George Pennacchio, KABC-TV A8. PHOTO JOURNALIST Rick Loomis, Los Angeles Times A9. DESIGNER N/A B. DAILY/WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS Over 50,000 circulations – including news bureaus and correspondents B1. HARD NEWS Tracy Manzer and Sarah Peters, Long Beach Press-Telegram, "Heroes foil bank heist" Comments: The writing was appropriately-paced for the category and the story content. I enjoyed the writers' use of sensory details and factual information, presented with a slightly humorous/sarcastic tone that made this piece fun to read. B2. NEWS FEATURE Patrick Range McDonald, LA Weekly, ―The Parent Trigger‖. Comments: Documents a groundswell of democracy while explaining a new law through a real-world prism. Powerful. Incredibly well-sourced and informative, yet provides a human touch. The story of poor minorities trying to make a change documented how the masses can move the establishment. Inspiring to others, this story shows what newspaper do like no other. Bravo. 2nd Place: Thomas Curven, Los Angeles Times, ―Walking Away from Grief‖ HM: Kristopher Hanson, Long Beach Press-Telegram, ―Dangers Close to Home‖ B3. PERSONALITY PROFILE Steve Friess, LA Weekly, ―A Tragic Love Story‖ 2nd Place: Charlotte Hsu, LA Weekly, ―Forever Scared — The Story of Herman Atkins‖ HM: Karen Robes Meeks, Long Beach Press-Telegram, ―Murchison: A Portrait of a Long Beach Lobbyist‖ B4. INVESTIGATIVE/SERIES David Evans, Bloomberg News, "Fallen Soldiers' Families Denied Cash Payout as Insurers Profit" Comments: These articles are the soul of great investigative journalism, uncovering a shocking system whereby the families of slain soldiers are tricked about benefits, and where shameless insurance companies reap big profits at the expense of those families. Best of all, it led to immediate Congressional investigations and action. 2nd place: Beth Barrett, LA Weekly, "The Dance of the Lemons" HM: Monica Alonzo and Simone Wilson, LA Weekly, "Culture of Cruelty" B5. BUSINESS Alana Semuels, Los Angeles Times, "California unfriendly to business? Figures say no" Comments: This is an authoritative and well-documented piece that refutes the common wisdom of California's tax structure being unfriendly to business. 2nd place: Beth Barrett, LA Weekly, "Barry Minkow 2.0" HM: Donna Howell, Investor's Business Daily, "Electric cars have lots of sizzle, but drivers risk sticker shock" B6. *COMMENTARY Los Angeles Daily News Editorial Pages Comments: They pull no punches at this newspaper, with front-page challenges to the mayor to get engaged again in tackling the problems facing the City of Angels. No "on the one hand, on the other hand" bland tomes on civic business in this newspaper. The Daily News grabs the reader (and the mayor) around the neck and says "look at this, dammit," not just with passionate, fiery prose, but solid reporting, too, and a step-by- step checklists for readers (and city officials) on how to solve the pressing issues of the city. 2nd Place: Thomas Elias, California Focus syndicated columns Comments: Thomas Elias writes with such authority, you just know he's the kind of government reporter who has seen it all. But he's never succumbed to the cynicism that prevents lucid reporting of state government issues and the people who make decisions. In this entry, Elias deftly debunks one of most popular budget-balancing schemes going these days: the sale of state buildings. Then he's on to who's really getting hurt by a half-billion dollar whack at California's state budget, and then got behind the rhetoric of Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman and concluded, "it's the same old line. HM: Amy Alkon, The Advice Goddess, Syndicated Columnist Comments: It's an unusual entry for a commentary category. But I liked Amy Alkon's direct, breezy style that was devoid of political correctness and the usual advice-column drivel. Her advice column is a really fun read, with great turns of phrase, which, when you think about, is the basis of good commentary whether the writer is talking about city budgets or personal relationships. Well done. B7. *COLUMNIST One person‘s viewpoint on any subject. James Rainey, Los Angeles Times - "On The Media" Comments: Columns are extremely well researched with numerous sources. Issue is explained in detail in a way that can be easily followed, leading the reader to understand and most likely agree with columnist's opinion and observations. Columnist knows his subject well from numerous sides; this is evident in his convincing and well-supported stance and indignation at "pay-to-play" TV journalism. A bonus is that the columns sparked major changes, forcing out one news executive and triggering a complaint to the FCC. 2nd Place: Patricia Bunin, Pasadena Star News - "Senior Moments" HM: Tim Grobaty, Press-Telegram - "What's Hot" on nightmare neighbors B8.* ENTERTAINMENT REVIEWS/CRITICISM/COLUMN Gustavo Turner, LA Weekly, ―Roger & Me: Street Art in the Global Village, Listening to Yoko, The Cool Maestro‖ Comments: Gustavo Turner‘s delightful and humor-laced prose draws us into the tale of a hypocritical megastar‘s PR machine, asks us to rethink Yoko Ono and introduces us to a forgotten funk artist — all made fascinating and real by Gustavo Turner‘s knowledge and panache. 2nd Place: Rob Lowman, Los Angeles Daily News, ―Bening, Magic Man, Chloe et al‖ HM: Steven Leigh Morris, LA Weekly, ‗theater reviews‘ B9. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE B9 Matthew Garrahan, Financial Times, ―Who Killed James Bond?‖ Comment: Concise writing and thorough research make for a well- crafted look at the heyday and problematic present day of a legendary Hollywood studio. 2nd Place: Matt Coker, OC Weekly, ―Douchebag does Sundance‖ HM: Karina Longworth, LA Weekly, ―Sundance‘s Rebel Yell‖ B10. SPORTS Tie for First Place Lance Pugmire, Los Angeles Times, ―Anthony Davis: Dame fortune‖ Gendy Alimurung, LA Weekly, ―Manny Pacquiao‖ Comments: Both were superb profiles of sports champions, one who never capitalized on his college stardom and the other a current champion looking for a second career. Anthony Davis is almost the American dream in reverse: Not only could he have been a contender, but he was a contender, in this case for the Heisman Trophy, who didn‘t have the pro sports career he fully expected afterward. A fellow Trojan cautions in the article that the rest of the world may not fully share the sky-high esteem USC‘s fans have had for Davis and many others. The article did a fine job of laying out Davis‘s many business ventures, none of them terribly successful, over the years. Manny Pacquiao, who might want to read the Davis article as a cautionary tale, is a boxer who seemingly has it all, and is also taking up a really brutal sport – politics – in his native Philippines. The article gives us some clues into just what makes Pacquiao so fierce in the ring that even champions think twice about fighting him. The multiple sources, depth of detail and colorful language made the article a joy to read. HM: Diane Pucin, Los Angeles Times, ―Cal Poly Crash – Tragedy Couldn‘t kill team spirit‖ B11. HEADLINE Steve Hensch, Los Angeles Times, ―336 Voters Opened Bell‘s Wallet‖ Comments: The headline so succinctly captures the main elements of the story that a reader in a hurry might already have all they need. But it also creates an air of mystery – how could this possibly happen – that compels you to read the story anyway. 2nd Place: Donna Howell, Investor‘s Business Daily, ―Hangar Homes May Not Fly‖ HM: James Laurin, San Diego Union-Tribune, ―Big Right, Nothing Left for Mosley‖ B12. *DESIGN Kelly Lewis, OC Weekly, ―Hot Licks‖ Comments: An unexpected and resourceful design for a story about an emerging trend. The repeated use of triptychs of large photo – small photo – callout gives the design a thematic unity. The Old West imagery, though certainly done before, seems fresh in this context. Antique hanging caps were a nice touch. 2nd Place: Darrick Rainey, LA Weekly, ―Educating Maria‖ HM: Darrick Rainy, LA Weekly, ―Manny Pacquiao – the complete picture‖ C. DAILY/WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS Under 50,000 circulations C1. HARD NEWS Marlize van Romburgh, Stephen Nellis, Henry Dubroff, Tony Biasotti, : Pacific Coast Business Times, ―Pacific Capital‘s Ford Infusion‖ Comments: A very detailed financial transaction is laid out both simply and in all its glory, aided by one of the world‘s best-labeled graphs right on Page One. There‘s a fine companion profile of the main mover and shaker behind the deal. C2. NEWS FEATURE Theresa Marie Moreau, The Remnant, ―They Died in China‖ Comment: ―I was drawn into this in-depth series of stories from the opening sentence and couldn‘t put it down until I had read every word of every story. That, to me, represents quality writing and reporting, which are the hallmarks of exceptional feature writing.‖ 2nd Place: Alexa Hyland, Los Angeles Business Journal, ―Awaiting‖ HM: Carl Kozlowski, Pasadena Weekly, ―Ridin‘ with Dr. Feelgood‖ C3. PERSONALITY PROFILE Daniel Miller, Los Angeles Business Journal, ―Cornering Downtown‖ Comments: Daniel Miller‘s story on real estate developer Barry Shy is cunningly insightful, delving into the combatative Shy‘s many battles. 2nd Place: Ryan Vaillancourt, Los Angeles Downtown News, ―The Survivor‖ HM: Karmel Melamed, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, ―Remembering Ebi: Why we fled Iran‖ C4. INVESTIGATIVE/SERIES Richard Clough, Los Angeles Business Journal, ―First Fed‘s Fault Lines‖ Comment: ―This is a great example of top-notch investigative journalism at its best. The writer‘s use of FOIA requests to get at the real story – as well as his constant digging – gave readers a fresh look at the seemingly unintended consequence of the country‘s financial meltdown. What‘s more, this is clearly the pacesetter of a very strong category of nominees.‖ 2nd Place: Michael Collins, Pasadena Weekly, ―Monkeys‖ 3rd Place: Ryan Vaillancourt, Los Angeles Downtown News, ―The Curious Case of Brian Alexik‖ C5. BUSINESS Marlize van Romburgh, Pacific Coast Business Times, ―Foreclosure Fiasco‘s Ground Zero: Ventura County offices churned out paperwork― Comments: Thoroughness of reporting and stylish writing, happily making their journalistic home where Countrywide Financial was headquartered, light up this account of the inside workings of the subprime mortgage crisis. Quotes from insiders paint quite the picture of the road gone down before the crash that shouldn‘t have surprised anyone – but did. 2nd Place: Anna Scott, LA Downtown News, ― To Have and to Hold, and Hold and Hold and Hold and Hold‖ HM: Richard Clough, LA Business Journal, ―LA Corporate Credit Union Faces Historic Damages‖ C6. *COMMENTARY Amy Alkon, Creators Syndicate, 'The Advice Goddess'" Comments: Funny, edgy, relevant and thoroughly engaging. Amy's VOICE resonates with its readers and the visual and conversation style makes her writing jump off the page! 2nd Place: Burbank Leader, "Burbank Leader Editorials" HM: Thomas Elias, "Thomas Elias California Focus Syndicated Column" C7.* COLUMNIST Charles Crumpley, Los Angeles Business Journal, ―Drawing a Line at City Hall‖ Comment: Charles Crumpley didn‘t need many words to convey a witty – but factual – jab at how the city of Los Angeles‘ financial crisis will negatively impact an already-beleaguered business permits process. I laughed out loud. Well done!‖ 2nd Place: Dan Evans, Burbank Leader, ―Columns – Dan Evans‖ HM: Amy Alkon, Syndicated columnist, ―The Advice Goddess‖ C8. *ENTERTAINMENT REVIEWS/CRITICISM/COLUMN N/A C9. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE Joe Piasecki, Pasadena Weekly, "The Story Behind the Stories'" Comments: A fresh approach to an interesting topic, which is an important form of literary publication and a valuable outlet for writers. 2nd Place: Naomi Pfefferman, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, "Kevin Spacey gets in touch with his inner Jew in 'Casino Jack'"" HM: Joe Piasecki, Pasadena Weekly, "Taking Back 'Beautiful'" C10. SPORTS Joel Russell, Los Angeles Business Journal, ―Staying on a roll - Rob Dyrdek‖ Comments: There‘s much the general public doesn‘t know about professional skateboarding – notably that even the best skateboarders can‘t make a living from the prize money and must seek endorsement deals. That and many other facts about the sport and one of its champions are brought out in this entertaining story. 2nd Place: Jay Berman, Los Angeles Downtown News, ―Keeping His Lens on the Dodgers‖ C11. HEADLINE Tom Hicks, Los Angeles Business Journal, ―Cool With It‖ Comments: Sixties lingo meets global warming in this headline for a story about businesses who see no reason to oppose California climate change laws – despite organized business groups doing so vigorously. 2nd Place: University Times Staff, Cal State L.A., ―Othello Slays Desdemona‖ HM: Jon Regardie, Los Angeles Downtown News, ―Bloodbath and Beyond‖ C12. *DESIGN Brian Allison, Los Angeles Downtown News, ―Don‘t Miss The Summer ― Comments: Vibrant, imaginative, compelling look at events for summer planning. Lots of summery colors and graphics. It makes out-of-towners wish they‘d been in Los Angeles last summer rather than missing all that! There was added nostalgia, given recent events, at seeing Manny Ramirez again as the very symbol of the Dodgers. 2nd Place: Daniel Kacvinski, The Jewish Journal , ―Why Jews Should Care About Prop 19‖ HM: Robert Laudry, Los Angeles Business Journal, ―Restacking the Coin – L.A.‘s Wealthiest Angelenos‖ D. ART/PHOTOGRAPHY Print - Newspaper/magazine/wire service/online D1. NEWS PHOTO Rick Loomis, Los Angeles Times, ―Haiti‘s Pain‖ Comment: ―Judges struggled with the top five. Compelling images from the Haiti disaster. The winning photo made a real connection with the viewer.‖ 2nd Place: Carolyn Cole, Los Angeles Times, ―Altercation‖ HM: Rick Loomis, Los Angeles Times, ―Survivors‖ D2. FEATURE PHOTO Barbara Davidson, Los Angeles Times, ―Victims of Gang Violence‖ Comment: ―Hands down, best image in the entire contest. The innocence of this victim was captured with great dignity. The image was a capstone of a remarkable photo essay.‖ 2nd Place: Rick Loomis, Los Angeles Times, ―The Ultimate Sacrifice‖ HM: Michael Owen Baker, Los Angeles Daily News, Sheep Riding D3. SPORTS PHOTO Diandra Jay, Long Beach Press-Telegram, ―Celebration‖ Comment: A vivid and wonderfully alive reaction picture from a game. 2nd Place: Brittany Murray, Press-Telegram, ―I got it,‖ HM: John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News, Lakers Photo D4. ENTERTAINMENT PHOTO Liz O. Baylen, Los Angeles Times, ―Soul Man‖ Comment: ―All judges were instantly drawn to the Clint Eastwood portrait for the quality of the light and subtle emotion.‖ 2nd Place: Liz O. Baylen, Los Angeles Times, ―Bell of the Ball‖ HM: Liz O. Baylen, Los Angeles Times, ―Something Different Shining Through‖ D5. EDITORIAL CARTOON Lalo Alcaraz, Los Angeles Times, ―Universal Uclick‖ Comment: ―Lalo Alcaraz's cartoons are unique in their style and subject matter. His graphic images are succinct and get right to the point.‖ 2nd Place: Patrick O'Connor, LA Weekly HM: Doug Davis, Los Angeles Downtown News D6. PHOTO ESSAY (single topic Barbara Davidson, Los Angeles Times, ―Victims of Gang Violence‖ Comment: This was far and away the strongest category of the contest. Judges struggled with their decision. The breadth of the content in this category was refreshing! Photographer‘s efforts were passionate in telling the important story about the impact of gang violence.‖ 2nd Place: Genaro Molina, Los Angeles Times, ―Project 50‖ HM: Carolyn Cole, Los Angeles Times, ―Disaster in the Gulf‖ E. TELEVISION E1. *ANCHOR N/A E2. BREAKING NEWS Mitch Waldow, KTTV, ―Fatal Bus Crash‖ Comment: Excellent example of breaking news coverage, when the reporter must delve into the worst possible story: the death of others. Waldow does it with great professionalism. E3. FEATURE Chuck Henny, Tara Wallis, Jose Hernandez, Fernando Torres, KNBC, ―Rock and Roll Treasure‖. Comments: This piece was engaging, entertaining, and a fascinating slice of history to watch. It was well-edited and unfolded at the perfect pace. We all want to meet her now and see her pictures! What a great look back at the heyday of rock and roll. 2nd Place: Bret Marcus, Justine Schmidt, Rick Wilkinson, Steve Lopez and Alberto Arce, KCET-TV, ―Putting on Ayers‖. Comments: This musical piece was a fascinating look at a man who has truly turned his life around. The story focused on Ayers, not the ―superstars‖ who wanted to work with him, and the judges appreciated that focus. A well edited piece, it focused not only on the man‘s life, but on the music he makes. HM: Fred Mamoun, Ana Garcia, Kevin Nious, Jose Hernandez, Lindsey Jackson , KNBC-TV, ―Mercury in Seafood Series‖. Comments: An interesting series looking at a problem especially pervasive in health-conscious Southern California, the taint of mercury in our seafood. Good demonstration of the breadth of the problem and how it impacts health. E4. INVESTIGATIVE Bret Marcus, Justine Schmidt, Karen Foshay, Vince Gonzales, Lata Pandya, Alberto Arce, KCET, ―Protected or Neglected‖ Comments: Really interesting stories focusing on a big problem in the region: OSHA not keeping workers safe. This investigation had all the elements: good pacing, foreshadowing, well-told stories, victims, a ―bad guy,‖ confrontation, excellent editing and storytelling. 2nd Place: Frank Snepp, Colleen Williams, Yvonne Beltzer , KNBC, ―TSA Investigation: Is it Safe to Fly?‖ Comments: This story was a fascinating look at ―the security behind the security.‖ What really happens when the safety guys take over? Are you safe? Is your stuff? Why isn‘t there better oversight? HM: Chris Blatchford, KTTV-Fox 11, ―Hawthorne Corruption‖ Comments: What happens when the police chief tries to cover up a snafu at a strip club? A good investigative story. This story uncovered all the dirt under the rocks regarding the incident with the elected officials and the ensuing attempts to make it go away. Good investigative work. E5. SPORTS Fox Sports West / Prime Ticket Team, ―Bryshon Nellum‘s Road to Recovery‖ Comments: Well-told story about an athlete who was on his way to the top, but then an injury changed everything. Now he‘s on his way back. Well-told with great sports video, emotion, well-edited. 2nd Place: Fred Mamoun, Ana Garcia, Kevin Nious, Lindsey Jackson, KNBC, ―Winter Olympic Games Stories‖ Comments: Great compilation of well-told, well-edited stories about the various local stars of the 2010 Winter Olympics and how they all got to the top. HM: Fox Sports West / Prime Ticket Team, ―Nickell Robey‘s Journey To USC‖ Comments: Another emotional, well-told story about a young man who had his athletic career halted by a family tragedy that rocked his world. The journalists shared his story, the emotion and his own personal struggle to make it, as well as the school‘s dedication to helping this young athlete. E6. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE Bret Marcus, Justine Schmidt, Rick Wilkinson, Judy Muller, Michael Bloecher and Anne Lilburn, KCET-TV, ―Socal Connected; Celluloid Ceiling‖ Comments: Kathyrn Bigelow may have just won the Oscar for Best Director, but she‘s one of only a few female directors even nominated up until now. Judy Muller and her team look at accomplished women directors still needing to fight to get any directing work at all in Hollywood. Many movie fans might have missed that the Twilight films are directed by a woman, who‘s interviewed. Probably few in the country realize, though, that Martha Cooldige was elected by her fellow directors to head the Directors Guild of America – but still had trouble getting films to direct. There‘s also a good look at what makes a good director, and some sadly humorous quotes about female directors being ―too emotional‖ for many producers when quite a few prominent male directors are famously unhinged on the set. 2nd Place: George Pennacchio and Cheryl Diano, KABC-TV, ―Best Worst Movie‖ HM: Bret Marcus, Justine Schmidt, Rick Wilkinson, David Lazarus, Alberto Arce, and Anne Lilburn, ―Runaway Production‖ E7. TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS SoCal Connected, KCET, ―The Price of Power/Track To The Future/My DWP Bill‖ Comments: All of the stories were well done, informative and the entire show moved very well. 'Track to the Future' was our favorite story and we loved how well-researched the 'My DWP Bill' story was. 2nd Place: SoCal Connected, KCET, ―Sacramento Dreamin/Climate Recall/Between The Line‖ HM: Jannelle So, KSCITV-LA 18, ―Surviving human trafficking, sexual assault, death conviction‖ E8. DOCUMENTARIES Fox Sports West/Prime Ticket, ―Life And Times Of John Wooden‖ Comments: Loved the use of old interviews and photos to tell such an epic story about an amazing life. The pacing was exceptional. John Wooden would be proud. 2nd Place: News Organization: Rebecca Neito, Robert Kovacik, Thomas Bravo, Scott Meadows, Lindsey Jackson et al, KNBC, ―Untold Stories Of Haiti‖ HM: SoCal Connected, KCET, ―Protected or Neglected‖ F. RADIO F1. *ANCHOR Jim Rondeau, KCLU Comments: A conversational yet authoritative newscast. Well-constructed and nicely delivered, holding the listener's interest. 2nd Place: Steve Jullian: KPCC HM: Alex Cohen: KPCC F2. BREAKING NEWS KNX, So Cal Storms Comments: This is what team coverage during breaking news events is all about. Reporters did an excellent job of setting the scene. Anchors were great too. 2nd Place: KCLU: Simi Valley Lab Explosion HM: KCRW: Which Way LA? BREAKING NEWS OR FEATURE SHORT FORM John Baird, KNX, SoCal Stormin’ Comment: A very interesting and informative piece with a playful twist. Nice use of NATS and balance between news and sports. 2nd Place: Steve Gregory, KFI, The KOGI BBQ Experience. HM: Brian Watt, KPCC, ―Tesla-Toyota‖ F4. FEATURE Madeleine Brand/Kristen Muller, KPCC, ―LA River ― Comments: A powerful combination of local history, personal tragedy and public service. Deeply moving narrative. 2nd Place: Nelson Aguilar and Cason Smith, KSAK, ―Big League/College Dreams‖ HM: Brian Watt, KPCC, ―Sleeper Memorial‖ F5. INVESTIGATIVE Jason Nathanson, KNX, ―Up In Smoke‖ Comments: Well-researched, entertaining and informative. Nice work. 2nd Place: KPCC, ―Prison Health Series‖ HM: KNX, ―LAX: No Way Out‖ F6. ENTERTAINMENT REPORTING/*CRITICISM Larry Mantle, KPCC, ―Oliver Stone‖ Comments: This crackling interview went beyond normal chit chat. Mantle established a good rapport with Stone and pushed him with tough questions. 2nd Place: Kim Masters, KCRW, ―The Business‖ HM: Steve Cuevas, KPCC, ―Surf King‖ F7. SPORTS Jon Baird, KNX, ―Foul Ball Freak-Out ― Comments: Informative report on an issue that a lot of fans don‘t think about. 2nd Place: Lance Orozco/Jim Rondeau, KCLU, ―It‘s More Than A Game‖ HM: Susan Valot, KPCC, ―Curling‖ F8. USE OF SOUND Kevin Ferguson, KPCC, ―Patch Work‖ Comments: Great use of audio in a narrative way, demonstrating notes and sounds of all the instruments. Great voicing too. 2nd Place: "Claudia Amezcua/Cason Smith, KSAK, Renaissance Faire Opening" HM: Kenny Goldberg, KPBS, ―Awake Brain Surgery‖ F9. TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS Airtalk With Larry Mantle, KPCC, ―Airtalk: Live from Phoenix‖ Comments: A professional, well-produced and fast-paced presentation. This show gave all sides of the issue. 2nd Place: The Patt Morrison Show, KPCC, ―St. John‘s‖ HM: The Madeleine Brand Show, KPCC, ―The Madeleine Brand Show‖ F10. DOCUMENTARIES Andrew Mollenbeck, Andy Ludlum, Bill Nesbitt, KNX, ―Haiti: Hope in the Ruins‖ Comments: Excellent documentary. A lot of hard work went into this special. Great narrative. 2nd Place: John North, KCLU, ―K-12 Education in Crisis‖ HM: Cason Smith and Nelson Aguilar, KSAK, ―Big League/College Dreams‖ G. MAGAZINES G1. NEWS/INVESTIGATIVE David Evans, Bloomberg Markets magazine, ―Duping the Families of Fallen Soldiers‖ Comment: ―David Evans dug deep to uncover this seemingly unbelievable story about how more than 130 life insurance companies were profiting from death benefits owed to the families of deceased service members…and then he dug some more. This is hard-hitting investigative journalism the way it‘s supposed to be done!‖ 2nd Place: Po Bronson & Ashley Merryman, Newsweek, ―The Creativity Crisis‖ HM: Ronald Grover, Tom Lowry and Michael White, Bloomberg Businessweek, ―King of the World (Again)‖ G2. FEATURE/COMMENTARY David Schneider, Slake: Los Angeles, ―Ballad of the Trunk Monkey‖ Comment: ―I was drawn into this unconventional piece from the first sentence and then carried along like a track car on a macabre roller coaster. The story was fun, engaging, entertaining and, most important, exceptionally well-written. It was so good I re-read it several times.‖ 2nd Place: Richard Siklos, Business Week Magazine, ―Extreme Moneyball‖ HM: Peter Suderman, Reason, ―The Gatekeeper – How a little bureaucratic office became the biggest impediment to Barack Obama‘s health care plans‖ G3. PERSONALITY PROFILE Steve Oney, Playboy Magazine, ―Hollywood Fixer‖ Comment: Engaging and enlightening, a succinctly written profile that reveals an interesting man characterized by his atypical career. 2nd Place: Peter Suderman, Reason Magazine, ―Paul Ryan: Radical or Sellout?‖ HM: Monica Rizzo and Alexis Chiu, People Magazine, ―Jennifer Grey Bounces Back‖ G4. *ENTERTAINMENT REVIEWS/CRITICISM/COLUMN Matt Welch, Reason Magazine, ―Bailing Out Big Brother‖ Comments: In his piercing critique of two authors who want federal subsidies for news media, Welch calmly dismisses the idea of letting government take on ―the care and feeding of its watchdog.‖ Persuasive and intricately researched. 2nd Place: Greg Beato, Reason Magazine, ―From Paris Hilton to John Edwards: Celebrity sex tapes are the signature art form of Our Age‖ HM: Arty Nelson, Slake Los Angeles, ―Abstract L.A.‖ G5. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE Ronald Grover, Tom Lowry and Cliff Edwards, Bloomberg Business Week, ―Revenge of the Cable Guys‖ Comments: Grover, Lowry and Edwards beautifully explain the ridiculously complex effort by cable firms to launch ―TV Everywhere,‖ the ability to view everything you wish on your laptop, tablet and someday your phone — and to do it so easily that you‘re willing to pay for it. 2nd Place: James M. Dorsey, Reason Magazine, ―Rap and Metal on Plant Islam‖ HM: Julie Jordan, People Magazine, ―I Miss Patrick So Much‖ G6.* IN-HOUSE OR CORPORATE PUBLICATION Bennet Kelley, Internet Law Center, Cyber Report Comments: Lots of news and info on an emerging field of law (and business), presented simply with lots of links for even more information. 2nd Place: Mary Lee, San Diego Community College District, We (With Excellence) HM: Mary Lee, San Diego Community College District, 2009 SDCCD Citizens' Oversiqht Committee H. ONLINE H1. NEWS/INVESTIGATIVE Julie Fax, The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, ―The Ugly Secret‖ Comments: The author shines a light on a non-physical abuse, a pervasive stigma among Jewish woman, with this thoroughly researched and well written report. 2nd Place: Sachi Cunningham, Los Angeles Times, ―They‘ve struck oil, but they‘re not rich‖ HM: Matthew Fleischer, Witness L.A., ―Follow the gang money: Part 2 – The Interventionists‖ H2. NEWS TWEET Single or series. Imran Jattala, Ahmadiyya Times/ Ahmadiyyatimes.com, Tweets from May 28-30, 2010 Comments: Reading tweets as violence escalates and information changes tone was fascinating. Game changing use of this social tool. 2nd Place: Nita Lelyveld, Martin Beck, Los Angeles Times, Twitter Update During Dec. Deluge HM: Alex Wilk, ATVN – USC , ―Pres. Obama Visits USC‖ HM: Alex Schaffert, Southern California Public Radio, ―Election Night 2010‖ H3. FEATURE Stef Willen, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, "All in A Days Tragedy" Comments: The subject matter is unique and interesting, and Willen's writing style is bold, engaging and heartfelt. She has a great sense of humor and honesty. 2nd Place: Stef Willen, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, "I Think I Found Your Cat" HM: Michael Jack Lawlor, Transmopolis, "Dr Mongo: LA's Spoken Word" News Organization: Transmopolis H4. PERSONALITY PROFILE Robert Meeks and Greg Mellen, Long Beach Press-Telegram, ―From the streets, ‗Kingman‘ rises‖ Comments: A concisely written profile of local character ―Kingman‖ that nonetheless manages to recount events spanning different countries and even decades in an orderly manner. The well-produce video complements it astoundingly – quality primary and secondary footage; compelling quotes from Linton and moving musical selections; and an efficient reorganization of the paper‘s text for a fine script. 2nd Place: John Gittelsohn and Nadja Brandt, BusinessWeek, ―Trump Evokes Doubts of Fading Apprentice With Newest Link to Golf as Brand‖ HM: Callie Schweitzer, Neon Tommy, ―For One Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer, Some Days Are Never Forgotten‖ H5. CONSUMER JOURNALISM Service oriented journalism. David Evans, Bloomberg Markets Magazine, ―Fallen Soldier‘s Family Denied Cash as Insurers Profit‖ Comments: Thorough and informative. Very relevant to current affairs. Glad someone has brought light to the situation – and an investigation. 2nd Place: Callie Schweitzer, NeonTommy.com, ―Social Media Campaign for National Coming Out Week has Roots ion L.A.‖ HM: Michael Goldstein, Los Angeles Times, ―Vegas Bets on Sexy Dancers‖ H6. MULTI MEDIA PACKAGE Genaro Molina, Albert Lee, Bryan Chan and Marc Martin, Los Angeles Times, ―Project 50‖ Comments: What a multi-media journey. This creative group told the story of skid row's homeless. The presentation was flawless and the hard work showed. Great photos, video, sound and stories. 2nd Place: * AirTalk and Digital Staffs, KPCC, ―Evaluating Teacher Evaluations‖ Comments: Again using all media to inform the user on how teachers are evaluated. Engaging. HM: Mark Boster, Dkathy MY Pyon, Calvin Hom, Don Kelsen and Sean Connelley, Los Angeles Times, ―Four Seasons in Yosemite‖ Wow H7. *COLUMN/COMMENTARY Stef Willen, McSweeney‘s Internet Tendency, A Column About Inventorying Other People‘s Tragedies Comments: At some point, Willen‘s columns should be bound in a volume and made available to the readers who have the misfortune of not frequenting the portal where ―Total Loss‖ is published. Its themes are so human, permanent and universal that they rise above the temporary feel of much of the political and economic matter its competitors drew from. The vivid, engaging pieces are written and edited expertly, to boot. 2nd Place: Greg Beato, Reason, ―Copy Fight: A new front opens in the battle over online copyright infringement‖ HM: Timothy A. Spangler, Forbes Online, ―On the Docket: Inside the Courtroom‖ H8. ONLINE SPORTS NEWS/FEATURE/COMMENTARY Mark Heisler, Truthdig.com, ―Role Models for the Id‖ Comments: Heisler takes on a hot-button topic and two iconic but controversial sports stars like Ben Roethlisberger and Tiger Woods in a very informative, entertaining, witty and provocative way. No pulling punches and even using his own family to kind of put a bow on the commentary and wrap it up at the end. An easy read, never dragged, makes you constantly wait for the next paragraph to see where he might be going next. It is the kind of piece that is interesting because of the premise, but continuously makes you think throughout – whether you agree with him or not. 2nd Place: Shotgun Spratling, Neon Tommy, ―Not Everyone Should Be Allowed to Wear 42‖ HM: Tom Hoffarth, Los Angeles Daily News, ―Don‘t Stand So Close to Me, I Gotta See Zenyatta Just One More Time‖ H9. ENTERTAINNMENT NEWS/FEATURE/COMMENTARY/REVIEWS Dylan Howard & David Perel, RadarOnline.com, ―Mel Gibson: Sex, Lies & Audiotapes‖ Comments: This is a great example of how online publications can apply standard journalism techniques to provide coverage of a story. It‘s research, interview, sourcing and reporting at its best. Congratulations for your work combining these two worlds in reporting a news story. 2nd Place: Tara Wallis-Finestone, NBCLA.com, ―Courtney Love Assembles a Twitter Army‖ HM: Chris Hedges, Truthdig.com, ―The Pictures of War You Aren‘t Supposed to See‖ H10. WEBLOG, INDIVIDUAL Celeste Fremon, WitnessLA.com Comments: Good reporting, passionate writing, righteous anger – the facts 2nd Place: Ted Johnson, Variety, WilshireandWashington.com HM: Brad A. Greenberg, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, The GodBlog H11. WEBLOG, GROUP Amy Scattergood, LA Weekly, ―Squid Ink‖ Comments: Wide range of subject matter, covered in a nice variety of ways. Interviews are good, there are newsy items and some profiles. I‘d read this blog regularly. 2nd Place: Tom Hoffarth, Los Angeles Daily News, ―Farther off the Wall‖ HM: Alex Schaffert, Southern California Public Radio, ―Pacific Swell‖ H12. WEBSITE, EXCLUSIVE TO THE INTERNET Zaude Kaufman, Truthdig.com Comments: Good looking, interactive and deep website. Lots of work goes into this site and it shows. 2nd Place: Dainiel Heimpel, Fosteringmediaconnections.org Comments: A one man crusade well presented. Good work. HM: Imran Jattala, AhmadiyyaTimes.com H13. WEBSITE, NEWS ORGANIZATION Michael Fleeman, Marla Lehner and Dahvi Shira, People Magazine, People.com Comments: Bright and colorful easy to navigate. Reflects the tone of the magazine perfectly. 2nd Place: Erin Broadley and Drex Heikes, LA Weekly, LAWeekly.com HM: Nick Gillespie, Reason Magazine, Reason.com H14. FACEBOOK PRESENCE BY A NEWS ORGANIZATION LA Weekly Facebook page Comments: The page engages its users, and gets tons of comments. Huge audience gain since entry was submitted. Enjoyed the added features. Well done. 2nd Place: Alex Schaffert, KPCCFM, KPCC S. Cal Public Radio HM: Anil Dewan, Which Way LA?,KCRW FM H15. BEST FACEBOOK PRESENCE BY AN INDIVIDUAL Stella Inger Facebook page KPSP Stella has gained a large audience that is very active. Comments abound on this page, which is easier said than done by an individual. I. SPECIAL INTEREST JOURNALISM I1. ADVOCACY JOURNALISM Nick Gillespie, Paul Feine and Drew Carrey, Reason Magazine, ―Reason saves Cleveland‖ Comments: Can a team of journalists and advocates fix a failed city that has lost half its residents? Reason‘s video series told Cleveland what was wrong with its schools and anti-business policies and how to fix it. The stunned City Council asked them to town to hear more. A strong start to a wildly ambitious activism project. 2nd Place: Matthew Fleisher & Celeste Fremon, WitnessLA/Spot.Us, ―The LA Justice Report‖ HM: Daniel Heimpel, FosteringMediaConnections.org, ―Changing the Foster Care Narrative‖ J. INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM J1. HARD NEWS Claudine Mulard, Le Monde (France), "Should the California Constitution Be Revised?'" Comments: Excellent writing. Claudine's varied diction, intellect and thorough reporting style made this piece thought-provoking and educational. J2. NEWS FEATURE Claes Andreasson, Swedish National Public Radio, ―Death In The Desert‖ Comments: The story created was vivid...we felt like we were there. 2nd Place: Anna Jonsson Connell, Hemtrevligt Magazine, ―Lars Roos At My Place‖ HM: Daniele Compatangelo, Italian TV, ―The Los Angeles Breakdown‖ J3. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE Claudia Laffranchi, Swiss Made Magazine, ―Time To Give‖ Comments: Positive entertainment piece on charity within Hollywood. We just loved this! 2nd Place: Claes Andreasson, Swedish National Public Radio, ―Meet Me @ Metro‖ HM: Tom Tugend, Jerusalem Post, ―Cellulord Paranoia‖ J4. *COLUMNIST OR CRITIC Tom Walters, CTV News (Canadian Television), "Image Rehab?" Comments: Interesting, timely and relevant content that speaks to current social and familial issues. Nicely done. 2nd Place: Barbara Gasser, Steiermark Report (Austria), "Election Time" K. YOUTH AND STUDENT MEDIA K1.* BEST STUDENT NEWSPAPER Staff, Los Angeles Collegian, LA City College Comments: This jam-packed campus paper takes on a secretive and arrogant college administration on many issues and discovers emails that shows the adults' hostility towards the student reporters. These young people are doing their jobs, and a fine job at that. 2ndPlace: Staff, University Times, Cal State LA K2. BEST NEWS WEBSITE *Staff, University Times, Cal State LA Comments: A live site filled with news, culture and even heartfelt rants, University Times at the url CoolStateLA is well-written and offers a nice variety for readers. K3. BEST INDIVIDUAL BLOG N/A K4. *BEST PHOTOGRAPHY Reuben E. Reynoso, Los Angeles Collegian, ―Diverse‖ Comments: Reuben Reynoso is heading for great things with his artful photo design talents that blend a wry political sensibility with fine photography technique. 2nd Place: Claudine Jasmin, Los Angeles Collegian, ―Dental Technician Program‖ HM: Shotgun Spratling, Neon Tommy, ―USC-Notre Dame Fotball Game‖ K5. *BEST WRITING—PRINT Reuben E. Reynoso, Los Angeles Collegian, ―Professor Journeys Through African Spirituality‖ Comments: This is a beautiful conceived and detailed profile about the fascinating entry of an American into a secret world in west Africa. Written like a pro. 2nd Place: Mary Mars Melnicoff, Los Angeles Collegian, ―Sports by the numbers‖ HM: Alexander Woodman, UCLA, ―Struggle for Perceptibility‖


10. Justin Ubay - 2011

  • Published: 2011-12-10T07:16:13+00:00
  • Duration: 197
  • By Justin Ubay
Justin Ubay - 2011

Well this is it. =) There was lot of leftover footage that I didn't get to use so expect a part 2 by the end of this year. This was by far the hardest sampler for me to make. A whole year's worth of tricking footage and fun times with my friends. It's been 4 years since I have seriously started my journey and I'm enjoying every single moment of it. No doubles yet though, probably on my next yearly sampler =). This is probably gonna be my last one here in the Philippines. I hope I can pass the NCLEX the first time so that I can move back right away to California and see my good old friends again. I want to take the time to thank everyone who has helped made this possible. First and foremost, God for blessing me and my family with the goodness of life and for always watching over us. My Mom for being the greatest supporter in my life, I love you so much, thank you for everything your love and care. My siblings for being my partners in crime, helping each other out especially Jasper for recording most of this footage, thank you man, most of this wouldn't be possible without you. I want to also thank Team PTS (Jerome, Philip, Catherine, Chad, Angelo, Marco, Chase, Jim, Nikko, Dan Dave, Josh, Jan) you guys kept my tricking spirit up here in the Philippines, you guys are awesome. I miss the whole team. Thank you Joseph too for recording some of the footage here as well. To my good friends that I've made throughout Manila, (PPFA friends) Jason, Champ, Sherwin, Benjo, Jervyn and any other names I didn't mention I'm sorry =X hehe you guys are all awesome too =). I hope we can train together more. A quick shout out to the ff people: Jonathan Tran, Isiah Flores, Deangelo Harding, Chris D, Khang Vu, Keoki Pham, Marques, Bubba, KJER, Achie Louni, Anis Cheurfa, Jeremy Marinas, Danny Graham, Hans Wikkeling, Hao Maverick, Sebastian Lescano, Mykee Espino, Reim Dietz... I miss you guys To the people who I have yet to share the floor with: Nate Hitpas, Andy Le, Brian Le, Thaison Tran, Lil B, Jacob Wolfman, Allen Quindiagan, Tuan Duong, Grant Duong, Novastar, Jason Mello, Rafael Lescano... *****The names above in the two lists is not final, there are so many people who I want to mention, I"ll update this later on =)***** And I want to thank you and everyone else who has been supportive of me =) "I may not be the best, but I love tricking so much. This is how I express myself and no one else can take that away from me." Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5, Adobe After Effects Pro CS5, Virtualdub


11. Medea - Trailer only with music - Theatre

Medea - Trailer only with music - Theatre

Presentation in english underneath MEDEA di Euripide tradotto, diretto ed interpretato da Annika Strøhm e Saba Salvemini Progetto realizzato con il sostegno dello Spazio Off di Trento e ResExtensa SINOSSI Medea. La donna di cuore devota al letto nuziale ed alle sue antiche leggi sposa l’uomo di ragione ed azione che appartiene allo stato ed alla società. La storia della sua rivolta contro un mondo in cui rispetto, fedeltà, fiducia, responsabilità, amore sono scomparsi. Medea compie il sacrificio più alto. La vendetta più atroce. Per pugnalare questo mondo bisogna colpirlo... al cuore. Una storia che, in un mondo di genitori che fanno di tutto per crescere al meglio i figli, si fa tragedia in nome dell’amore. Una tragedia d’amore e libertà. Una tragedia dove a pagare sono i figli, tutti i figli ed in cui tutto è umano….terribilmente umano. In scena a rivivere il dramma due soli attori, come ai tempi dell’antica Grecia. DURATA 1 ora 30 minuti circa POCHE NOTE: Una messa in scena nuda e semplice ospiterà gli attori. Gli attori si occuperanno di restituire i fatti rivivendo il dramma di questa storia che si fa tragedia. Il personaggio di Medea verrà giocato da Annika Strøhm mentre Giasone, Creonte, Egeo ed il messaggero verranno giocati da Saba Salvemini. Una messa in scena umana. Partiamo dal presupposto che un classico abbia una sua forza interna che gli garantisce la possibilità unica di varcare tempo e spazio, un'assoluta universalità di certi sentimenti che esprime anche la sua atemporalità. Non ci occupiamo di attualizzare il testo. Facciamo un lavoro sul linguaggio, un linguaggio diretto, vero, al limite del quotidiano, dove anche gli improvvisi inserti del mito possono articolarsi in dialoghi perfettamente credibili. Diamo spazio alle relazioni umane ed a una messa in scena che ripercorra la stessa essenzialità. Così che ci sia la possibilità, per lo sguardo attento, di svelare tra le maglie della realtà tutti quei piani – mitici, iniziatici, sociali…- che, da secoli, il testo offre allo spettatore. Personaggi spogliati di qualsiasi riserva mitica e la cui forza, l'epicità insomma, sta nei dubbi e nelle certezze che si mescolano senza che nessuno possa mai stabilire cosa sia bene e cosa sia male. La messa in scena di una visione, profondamente laica; visione che spingeva Euripide a immaginare creature che hanno perso molti punti di riferimento, molte certezze e che vivono dell'incostanza dei sentimenti che agitano l'anima. Non prediligiamo un punto di vista, ma restituiamo i fatti – fatti legati a molteplici interpretazioni. Una messa in scena che intende svelare la modernità di un classico e lasciare libero lo spettatore di cogliere i piani di riferimento che gli sono più affini. Uno spettacolo che pone l’accento sul lavoro dell’attore piuttosto che sugli effetti teatrali. E’ uno spettacolo che nasce per il pubblico adulto, ma che grazie alla sua semplicità e immediatezza si presta benissimo ad un pubblico adolescente e nello specifico di allievi di licei classici e scientifici. IL MATERIALE TESTUALE Il testo utilizzato per lo spettacolo è quello della Medea di Euripide. Sono stati “tagliati” i personaggi della nutrice e del pedagogo ed il testo del coro. Il coro è il pubblico a cui i personaggi, talvolta, si rivolgono. Gli spettatori sono così, dichiaratamente, testimoni ed arbitri delle vicende della casa di Medea e Giasone. Il rimanente testo, scene e monologhi, è integrale. La traduzione è stata realizzata mettendo a confronto il lavoro di diversi traduttori italiani, francesi, inglesi, spagnoli e norvegesi con il fine di ritrovare, nel massimo rispetto del testo, una versione quanto più teatrale possibile. Per informazioni sulla stagione: http://areteensemble.wordpress.com/824-2/ e sullo spettacolo: http://areteensemble.wordpress.com/stagione-20112012/ Per i trailer: Trailer solo musicale: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVtLSaTjhpk Promo con dialoghi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJcjNc3FBA4 Spettacolo integrale: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EnWfVt_3cs (Lo spettacolo ora dura 1:30 e non più 1:45 - come da video -. Non sono stati fatti tagli se non nel finale, semplicemente il lavoro con le repliche si è "asciugato") ALTRE NOTE SPARSE La struttura dello spettacolo è concepita nel seguente modo: Un prologo degli attori e le 6 scene intervallate dai monologhi di Medea. Nella presentazione (fatta sulla traccia del dialogo tra la nutrice e il pedagogo) si dispiegheranno gli antefatti e verranno date al pubblico/coro le regole del gioco (un attore fa tutti i ruoli maschili, ci sono cambi a vista, l’organizzazione dello spazio…). Gli attori giocano un po’ “chiusi" e un po' “aperti": le scene vengono giocate con quarta parete, ma al contempo, talvolta, gli attori/personaggi si rivolgono al pubblico/coro che è nello spazio con loro. Lo spazio è una delle stanze della casa di Medea. Sul fondo c’è la stanza dei bambini. La scenografia consta di grandi tappeti, due valigie/bauli ed un attaccapanni a cui saranno appesi i vestiti dei vari personaggi maschili. Il cambio di abito sarà fatto a vista e i ruoli maschili saranno giocati da un unico attore. Non ci sono musiche e per le luci utilizziamo un piazzato. Ci piace concentrarci sulla ricerca dei possibili fatti del testo, ricercarli tra le righe e poi metterli in scena. Narrare/giocare una storia. Per ulteriori info: www.areteensemble.wordpress.com ENGLISH VERSION MEDEA by Euripides interpreted, directed, and translated by Annika Strøhm and Saba Salvemini Project supported by the theatre Spazio Off in Trento and Resextenza. ITALIAN WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES Medea A woman of heart devoted to the wedding bed and its antique laws, marries a man of reason and action, a man of state and society. This is the story of her rebellion against a world that lacks the values, for her indispensable, of respect, loyalty, trust, responsibility, love. Medea accomplishes the highest sacrifice. The most atrocious revenge. The only way to gore this world is to strike it… in the heart. A story, in which parents do anything for their children’s best, and which turns into tragedy in the name of love. A tragedy of love and freedom. A tragedy where the children, all children, are the ones who pay. And in all this, everything is human…. terribly human. To act out this drama are two actors, just as in ancient Greece. DURATION 1 hour and 30 minutes approx. A FEW NOTES: A simple bare set design is chosen. The actors concentrate on playing the facts of the drama in this story that turns into tragedy. Medea is played by Annika Strøhm, while Jason, Creon, Aegeus and the Messenger are played by Saba Salvemini. A human mise en scène. We start from the premise that a classic text includes a force that guarantees the possibility of going outside time and space, an absolute universality of certain sentiments that also express its timelessness. We are not interested in updating the text. We work on the language, a direct language on the verge of colloquialism in which the sudden mythical references can appear in perfectly credible dialogues. We want to give space to human relations and to an essential staging of the text. In this way it may be possible, for an attentive eye, to read between the lines of reality at all levels, levels that the text has offered for centuries; mythical, of initiation, social... Characters free from any mythical attributes and where the strength, (one might say epic quality), lies in the blending of doubt and certainty but where nobody can say exactly what is good and what is bad. The staging of a vision, profoundly non- religious; a vision that drove Euripides to imagine these creatures who have lost all certainties and live with the turbulent sentiments that unsettle the soul. We try not to have a fixed viewpoint but to deliver the facts – facts open to many interpretations. A staging that wishes to show the modernity of a classic text and leave the spectator free to receive the level of reference that is nearest to him. This performance focuses on the work of the actor rather than on theatrical effects. THE TEXT The text is that written by Euripides. Two characters have been cut, the wet nurse and the pedagogue. The text of the chorus is also cut. The role of the chorus is given to the audience whom the characters sometimes address directly. The spectators in this way are declared witnesses and judges of the events in the house of Medea and Jason. The rest of the text is present in the dialogues and monologues. The translation has been done, with the maximum respect for the text, comparing several translations in different languages, such as Italian, French, English, Spanish and Norwegian with the aim of finding a version that works on stage. The work on the text stays as true as possible to the tragedy written by Euripides. PERFORMANCE HISTORY - Selected for INTERNATIONAL PUGLIA SHOW CASE 2012 – a showcase for international theatre operators organized by Teatro Pubblico Pugliese http://pugliashowcase.teatropubblicopugliese.it/eng/ - The project won a residency: Residenza Offx3 by SpazioOff in Trento; - Candidate finalist of the Theatre Festival Vd’A – Voci dell’anima to held in the autumn 2011 in Rimini. - Performances for students of several high schools in various Italian cities : Naples, Biella, Bari etc; - Premiere at Teatro Kismet Opera in Bari April 2011 and preview at Teatro Civico14 in Caserta. LINK FOR THE VIDEOS: Promo with dialogue (in Italian): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJcjNc3FBA4 Trailer with music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVtLSaTjhpk Entire show (in Italian): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EnWfVt_3cs (The duration of the show is 1 hour and 30 minutes and not anymore 1 hour and 45 minutes as in the video – Nothing has been cut but for a small part in the last scene. As for the rest, the work has simply “tightened in”) ABOUT US: Annika Strøhm Born in 1972, Oslo, Norway. She received her diploma from the Nordic Theatre Academy conducted by Jurij Alschitz and with him she has worked as actress in various performances. She has studied/worked with among others A. Milenin, J.P. Dénizon, P. Bylan, Ida Shigemi. In 2007 she established the association ARETE’ ENSEMBLE together with Saba Salvemini. She lives and works in Italy since 2002. Saba Salvemini born in 1973, Biella, Italy. He has his diploma from the Theatre Academy of Genova. He has worked with, among others, J. Alschitz, A. Milenin, J.P. Dénizon, G. Borgia, S. Gonnella, L. Sicignano, Ida Shigemi. In 2007 he established the association ARETE’ ENSEMBLE together with Annika Strøhm. Areté Ensemble Areté Ensemble is a cultural organisation founded in 2007. Areté Ensemble is an international and interdisciplinary cultural organisation. All members are free to persevere with their own work and to find themselves in Areté only when the need for a common project is arising. The education of its members is interdisciplinary just as the work they produce. Areté Ensemble works in the field of teaching drama, theatre production, music and audiovisual production. Areté Ensemble collaborates with various national and International organisations and its theatre productions have guested numerous theatres and festivals. For further information www.areteensembleenglish.wordpress.com


12. Tutting #5 by FOX

  • Published: 2016-04-06T17:52:33+00:00
  • Duration: 64
  • By Erik Liska
Tutting #5 by FOX

Tutting #5 by FOX Credits go to (JayFunk, Jason Kim, Fiasko Daniels, Michael Le ) Music: fLako - I Want You (Feat. Dirg Gerner)


13. ►►► SHOWREEL 2015 | Franck VÉDRINES - Director/Editor

►►► SHOWREEL 2015 | Franck VÉDRINES - Director/Editor

Showreel Director ✖ Franck VÉDRINES Like : https://www.facebook.com/franckvedrinesdirector Subscribe : http://www.youtube.com/user/franckvedrines Follow : https://twitter.com/franckvedrines Music : "Leaving Tonight" by The Birthday Massacre Videos : AqME - Avant le jour Cour Supreme - We Want Beer Crack Ov Dawn - From My Shades Deturned Games - Crash Me FBL - Fenomenal Lycosia - Last Splash Lycosia - Travelling Through Our Love Prime Sinister - I Can't Change Prime Sinister - In Guns We Trust Prime Sinister - The Gods' Failure Prime Sinister - The Wait Puss In Boots - Gold Medal Undercover Slut - Evil Star Virus Undercover Slut - narcOtics/cOsmetics Thanx for the interviews : Satchel & Stix Zadinia (Steel Panther) Sharon den Adel (Within Temptation) Klara Force & Mia Coldheart (Crucified Barbara) Jake E. Lee & Jonas Fairley (Red Dragon Cartel) Sebastian Bach Glenn Hughes (California Breed) Jerry Horton & Jacoby Shaddix (Papa Roach) Mike Tramp Steve Vai Jason Hook (Five Finger Death Punch) Tom Gabriel Warrior (Triptykon) Alyssa White-Gluz & Michael Amott (Arch Enemy) Tuomas Holopainen (Nightwish) Doro Pesch (Doro) Rudolf Schenker & Matthias Jabs (Scorpions) Mikko Siren & Perttu Kivilaakso (Apocalyptica) Stephane Buriez & Drakhian (Loudblast) Brian "Head" Welch (KoЯn) A Nameless Ghoul (Ghost) Floor Jansen & Marco Hietala (Nightwish) © Franck Védrines (pictures) & Metropolis Records (sound) https://www.facebook.com/TheBirthdayMassacre http://www.thebirthdaymassacre.com/