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1. Spy vs Guy

  • Published: 2013-04-23T17:40:13+00:00
  • Duration: 1009
  • By Red Giant
Spy vs Guy

A retired Russian spy hunts down dangerous technology after it falls into unsuspecting hands. Go behind the scenes of Spy Vs Guy at: http://www.redgiant.com/videos/redgianttv/item/371/ Spy vs Guy was made with the help of Red Giant BulletProof - a complete offload, prep, and delivery system for your footage. Signup now for the FREE BulletProof beta at: redgiant.com/products/all/bulletproof/ Directed by: Seth Worley Executive Producer: Aharon Rabinowitz Produced by: Neil Hoppe & Shannon Hoppe ____________________ Written by: Seth Worley Micah Lanier Neil Hoppe Aharon Rabinowitz ____________________ Director of Photography: Chris Adams Production Designer: Paul Conrad Music by: Ben Worley ___________________ Cast: Spy: Steve Taylor Guy: Micah Lanier Young Spy: Ben Worley Quartermaster: Paul Conrad Driver: Ben Moon __________________ Editor: Matt Hail __________________ Visual Effects: Seth Worley Harry Frank Matt Hail Aharon Rabinowitz __________________ 3D Animation and Visual Effects: Chris Schmidt Greyscale Gorilla GreyscaleGorilla.com Coalter Digital CoalterDigital.com ________________ Additional Design Elements:  Micah Lanier ________________ Props by: Neil Hoppe Ben Worley ________________ 2nd Unit Director: Nick Serban IV Gaffer: Shawn Jenkins Assistant Camera: Justin Wylie, Jarret Rawlings Sound: Mike Psanos, Ron Dicianni Script Supervisor: Jeremy Flick Makeup Artist: Amy Young __________________ PA’s: Caleb McLaughlin Sam Pierce Katie DeCillo Ben Sherrill Aaron Williams Grayson Propst Jayme Powell Nayt Cochran __________________ Extras: Amy Young Andrew Hudson Justin Wylie Katie Decillo Lorelei Hoppe Christine Gibson Aaron Williams Leah Conder J.R. Knowles Hadley Sintic Charles Myers Grayson Propst Becca Castle Jayme Powell __________________ Special Thanks: Re:Vision FX http://ReVisionFX.com VideoCopilot http://VideoCopilot.net Maxon http://Maxon.net Imagineer Systems http://ImagineerSystems.com Vid-Atlantic http://Vid-Atlantic.com Rampant Design Tools http://http://RampantDesignTools.com __________________ Special Thanks: Gisela Moore & The TN Film Commision Chuck Sherrill & the TN State Library & Archive Colleen Tickle Marilyn Edwards Rory Rowan David Tinsley & Ragtop Picture Cars Leonard Keeler & Special Security Inc. Ron Shuff Jimmy Campbell Chris McCollum Chad Andrews Scott Hamilton Matt Worley Stu Maschwitz ___________________ Made with Red Giant BulletProof _________________ Made with: Magic Bullet Suite Trapcode Suite Keying Suite Effects Suite PluralEyes 3 _________________ Learn more about Filmmaking and Visual Effects at: RedGiant.com/films


2. Lane Strange

  • Published: 2012-09-06T16:02:49+00:00
  • Duration: 188
  • By Dane Anderson
Lane Strange

Half sun, half fog. Half fun, half bog. And then some guy hit the cliff so Jonny saved him... Surf footage: Mike Cochran


3. Tropicana | Nothing

  • Published: 2012-03-30T00:52:41+00:00
  • Duration: 46
  • By CLSmith
Tropicana | Nothing

Director: Chris Smith DP: Afshin Shahidi Writers: Bill Cochran & Patrick Murray Production Company: Sugar EP, magic maker: Tony Miglini Custom Music: BREED Editor: Chris Smith (on Avid|DS) Color: Matt McClain @ Filmworkers Club Dallas Tech Specs: Camera: Panavision Gold II w/ Kodak 5219 Anecdote: Dan Birnbaum showed up to set to visit. I had him get dressed for the role and play the guy with the Thermos doing nothing in the background. He's in many of the shots as a Where's Waldo type thing.


4. How to upgrade the Apple Mac Pro - Upgrade Memory, Hard drive, PCI-e card

  • Published: 2007-11-14T22:30:21+00:00
  • Duration: 333
  • By Guy Cochran
How to upgrade the Apple Mac Pro - Upgrade Memory, Hard drive, PCI-e card

In just 5 minutes, Guy Cochran from the DVeStore shows how to upgrade three key components of the Apple Mac Pro. Memory (RAM) Hard drive PCI-e card


5. The Sales Guy vs. Web Dude (w/ English Subtitles)

  • Published: 2008-07-15T20:04:42+00:00
  • Duration: 624
  • By muzo178
The Sales Guy vs. Web Dude (w/ English Subtitles)

Includes English subtitles From thewebsiteisdown.com Info: After much taping, editing, deleting, drinking and swearing we are proud to present... Sales Guy vs. Web Dude! A mashup of true and mostly-true stories from IT hell. If you've ever called tech support and wondered what the hell they are doing down there... well, this should answer some questions for you. Credits: Video: Sales Guy vs. Web Dude Thanks to everyone who helped! Created by: Josh Weinberg Sales Guy: Casey Cochran Web Dude: Josh Weinberg Trevor from Arvada: Jesse Johnson Irving Whitefellow (The Boss): Josh Childs Sales Manager Nancy: Ruth Sherrod Music By: Rap Team - www.myspace.com/rapteam User interface Open Source Credits: // VT100.js: http://fzort.org/bi/o.php // Released under the GNU LGPL v2.1, by Frank Bi SoundManager 2: Javascript Sound for the Web -------------------------------------------- http://schillmania.com/projects/soundmanager2/ Copyright (c) 2008, Scott Schiller. All rights reserved. Code licensed under the BSD License: http://schillmania.com/projects/soundmanager2/license.txt Thanks To: Apple, Skype, Linus Torvalds, SuSE Linux, Redhat Linux, VmWare, AOL, HijackPro and Microsoft. Thanks to blip.tv for originally hosting this video. Special thanks to Bitgravity for their generous support. You guys rock.


6. The Reunion

  • Published: 2014-08-27T02:10:46+00:00
  • Duration: 363
  • By Ryan Kelly
The Reunion

A young boy gets a glimpse into a love story from the past. We created this film as an entry to the Jazz Dance Film Fest http://www.jazzdancefilmfest.com/ All Music by Joe Smith and the Spicy Pickles. http://www.thespicypickles.com/ Thank you Dan and Ashley Carr for not only letting us work with your awesome twin boys but also for being in the film! Thank you to the Gaslamp Speakeasy for allowing us to film the dance scene at your amazing location. www.gaslampspeakeasy.com Thanks also to Guy Cochran at the DVE STORE for helping me with the reflecmedia kit used for the ghost scene in the attic. www.dvestore.com


7. The Pitch

The Pitch

Scoot, played by actor William L. Cochran, is a guy who wants to leave his dead end job at the book store. He meets up with a video producer to pitch her an idea for a new video but it doesn't quite turn out how he'd planned. Directed by Jack C. Newell A "Chicago Filmmakers" film


8. Charlie Brown-Live

  • Published: 2013-12-03T21:29:40+00:00
  • Duration: 244
  • By Casey Conroy
Charlie Brown-Live

Purchase on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/front-and-center-ep/id771039710 Casey Conroy "Front and Center" EP Charlie Brown Parlophone Records : Coldplay Written by Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion and Chris Martin Parlophone Records : Coldplay Written by Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion and Chris Martin Produced by The Inspira Project LLC. Music Produced by Michael Cochran Show Direction by Maria Terranova Sadovnik Audio Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Ted Skolits Overdubs Recorded at Valencia College Recording Studios - Orlando, FL Front of House Sound by BBKings Recorded live at BB Kings - Orlando, FL Video Editor- Jeffery Atkisson Musicians- Keys/Bass - Marc Osborn Guitar - Willy Colon Cajon/Ukulele - Michael Cochran Cello - Yamilet Trujillo


9. Dúo Cobra - Panayonqui 76

  • Published: 2010-06-01T06:32:41+00:00
  • Duration: 389
  • By La Follable
Dúo Cobra - Panayonqui 76

Un gran poder conlleva una gran responsabilidad. Con la aparición estelar de: ? and the Mysterians 2Pac 13th Floor Elevators Aníbal Troilo y Roberto Goyeneche Antonio Machin Aphex Twin Art Tatum Autechre Bambino Big Joe Turner Big Mama Thornton & Buddy Guy Blondie Bob Log III Bola de Nieve Boney M Bonnie Prince Billy Boogie Down Productions Booker T. & The M.G.'s Brian Eno (con Roxy Music) Can Carl Perkins Catholic Discipline Charlie Parker Count Five Delia Derbyshire Demented Are Go Devo Dick Dale & The Deltones Dizzy Gillespie DNA Donatella Rettore Dusty Springfield Eddie Cochran Edmundo Rivero Einstürzende Neubauten Elvin Jones Eric B. & Rakim Erkin Koray Ernestine Anderson Eskorbuto Esplendor Geométrico Eugenio Fosforito France Gall Françoise Hardy Gene Vincent GG Allin Gil Scott Heron Glutamato Yeyé Grand Mixer DXT (con Herbie Hancock) Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five Hansson & Karlsson Hasil Adkins Hayden Thompson Hector Lavoe & Willie Colon Henry Fiol Hermanas Benítez Howlin Wolf Iceberg Invisible Scratch Pickles Jacques Brel James Brown Jeanette Jim O'Rourke Jimmy Smith Joe Meek John Cage John Coltrane Johnny Cash Johnny Hartman Johnny O'Keefe Johnny Thunders Joi Lansing Joy Division Julie Driscoll (con Brian Auger & The Trinity) Julio Sosa. Jungle Kings Kraftwerk La Lupe Lalo Rodriguez Las Grecas Les Surfs Lesley Gore Linda Yamamoto Link Wray Little Anthony & the Imperials Lole y Manuel Lone Star Lords of the Underground Los Bravos Los Chichos Los chunguitos Los Salvajes Los Shain's Max Frost and The Troopers MC5 McNamara MF Doom Mina Mohammad Rafi Morphine Motorhead Mulatu Astatke Narcosis Necro Neil Young Neu! Nico Nina Simone Odetta Ol' Dirty Bastard Ornettte Coleman & Charlie Haden Os Mutantes Paraíso Parálisis Permanente Peaches Perez Prado Public Enemy Reg Kehoe and his Marimba Queens Richard Hell & The Voidoids Rita Chao R.L. Burnside Roy Orbison Run DMC Scout Niblett Screamin' Jay Hawkins Screaming Lord Sutch Serge Gainsbourg Sly & The Family Stone Small Faces Smash.mov Soft Cell & Jim Foetus Soft Machine Son House Soulsonic Force Squarepusher Stray Cats Suicide Sun Ra Syd Barret T.Rex Tenessee Ernie Ford The B52's The Birthday Party The Clovers The Collins Kids The Cramps The Dictators The Dirtbombs The Electric Prunes The Fabulous Echoes The Flying Lizards The Fuzztones The Larks The Last Poets & Pharoah Sanders The Lounge Lizards The Music Machine The Raelettes (con Ray Charles) The Residents The Ronettes The Screamers The Shangri-Las The Shirelles The Sound The Stooges The Tornados The Units The Velvet Underground Thee Headcoats Thelonious Monk Thomas Chaplin Tito Puente Townes Van Zandt Trío Matamoros Ultravox Vainica Doble Vulpess Wanda Jackson Wily De Ville X-Ray Spex X


10. DÚO COBRA Panayonqui 76

  • Published: 2010-06-20T17:08:04+00:00
  • Duration: 389
  • By Repetidor
DÚO COBRA Panayonqui 76

Un gran poder conlleva una gran responsabilidad. Con la aparición estelar de: ? and the Mysterians 2Pac 13th Floor Elevators Aníbal Troilo y Roberto Goyeneche Antonio Machin Aphex Twin Art Tatum Autechre Bambino Big Joe Turner Big Mama Thornton & Buddy Guy Blondie Bob Log III Bola de Nieve Boney M Bonnie Prince Billy Boogie Down Productions Booker T. & The M.G.'s Brian Eno (con Roxy Music) Can Carl Perkins Catholic Discipline Charlie Parker Count Five Delia Derbyshire Demented Are Go Devo Dick Dale & The Deltones Dizzy Gillespie DNA Donatella Rettore Dusty Springfield Eddie Cochran Edmundo Rivero Einstürzende Neubauten Elvin Jones Eric B. & Rakim Erkin Koray Ernestine Anderson Eskorbuto Esplendor Geométrico Eugenio Fosforito France Gall Françoise Hardy Gene Vincent GG Allin Gil Scott Heron Glutamato Yeyé Grand Mixer DXT (con Herbie Hancock) Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five Hansson & Karlsson Hasil Adkins Hayden Thompson Hector Lavoe & Willie Colon Henry Fiol Hermanas Benítez Howlin Wolf Iceberg Invisible Scratch Pickles Jacques Brel James Brown Jeanette Jim O'Rourke Jimmy Smith Joe Meek John Cage John Coltrane Johnny Cash Johnny Hartman Johnny O'Keefe Johnny Thunders Joi Lansing Joy Division Julie Driscoll (con Brian Auger & The Trinity) Julio Sosa. Jungle Kings Kraftwerk La Lupe Lalo Rodriguez Las Grecas Les Surfs Lesley Gore Linda Yamamoto Link Wray Little Anthony & the Imperials Lole y Manuel Lone Star Lords of the Underground Los Bravos Los Chichos Los chunguitos Los Salvajes Los Shain's Max Frost and The Troopers MC5 McNamara MF Doom Mina Mohammad Rafi Morphine Motorhead Mulatu Astatke Narcosis Necro Neil Young Neu! Nico Nina Simone Odetta Ol' Dirty Bastard Ornettte Coleman & Charlie Haden Os Mutantes Paraíso Parálisis Permanente Peaches Perez Prado Public Enemy Reg Kehoe and his Marimba Queens Richard Hell & The Voidoids Rita Chao R.L. Burnside Roy Orbison Run DMC Scout Niblett Screamin' Jay Hawkins Screaming Lord Sutch Serge Gainsbourg Sly & The Family Stone Small Faces Smash.mov Soft Cell & Jim Foetus Soft Machine Son House Soulsonic Force Squarepusher Stray Cats Suicide Sun Ra Syd Barret T.Rex Tenessee Ernie Ford The B52's The Birthday Party The Clovers The Collins Kids The Cramps The Dictators The Dirtbombs The Electric Prunes The Fabulous Echoes The Flying Lizards The Fuzztones The Larks The Last Poets & Pharoah Sanders The Lounge Lizards The Music Machine The Raelettes (con Ray Charles) The Residents The Ronettes The Screamers The Shangri-Las The Shirelles The Sound The Stooges The Tornados The Units The Velvet Underground Thee Headcoats Thelonious Monk Thomas Chaplin Tito Puente Townes Van Zandt Trío Matamoros Ultravox Vainica Doble Vulpess Wanda Jackson Wily De Ville X-Ray Spex X


11. Chroma Key Test -Product Overview

  • Published: 2012-01-20T13:40:34+00:00
  • Duration: 240
  • By Randy Noland
Chroma Key Test -Product Overview

Here is the final from my first test posted a few days ago. There are some audio clips but Im out of time so will have to live with them for a while. Review for Chroma Shot with AF100 SDI-out (4:2:2 ProResHQ) to Atomos Samurai with SSD. Used Abel Cine "Clean" Scene File Gain set to 0 or ISO 200 (thanks Guy Cochran at dvestore for help) Reflecmedia Chromatte system w/Green Lite Ring Lights - two KinoFlo 4'4bank, two KinoFlo Diva 400's and halo is Dedo spotlight. Audio, COS11BDP wired into XLR ports on AF100 Ended up using Lumix 14-140mm lens in AutoFocus at f8 Kessler Cineslider on slider shot(s) Hope you enoy


12. My way to die: 'Yes I'm dying, but so are you'

  • Published: 2015-08-12T15:33:05+00:00
  • Duration: 1367
  • By Carrie Cochran
My way to die: 'Yes I'm dying, but so are you'

Joe Neyer of Oxford, Ohio, a member of a family of prominent Cincinnati builders, was diagnosed with the most aggressive brain cancer. Joe, a quirky guy with a vision, allowed a photographer and reporter to chronicle the last two years of his life. Shot, edited and produced by Carrie Cochran. June 2015.


13. Panayonqui 80

  • Published: 2010-06-27T01:15:46+00:00
  • Duration: 1269
  • By La Follable
Panayonqui 80

"Adios amigo. Si nos nos vemos más ya nos hemos visto bastante". Paco Martinez Soria. Con la aparición estelar de: 13th Floor Elevators 2Pac ? and the Mysterians A Tribe Called Quest Aníbal Troilo y Roberto Goyeneche Antonio Machín Aphex Twin Art Tatum Autechre Bambino Big Joe Turner Big Mama Thornton & Buddy Guy Blondie Blowfly Bo Diddley Bob Log III Bodenständig 2000 Bola de Nieve Boney M Bonnie Prince Billy Boogie Down Productions Booker T. & The M.G.'s Brian Auger, Julie Driscoll & The Trinity Brian Eno (con Roxy Music) Can Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band Carl Perkins Catholic Discipline Charlie Feathers Charlie Parker Chet Baker Count Five Delia Derbyshire Demented Are Go Devo Dick Dale & The Deltones Digital Underground Dizzy Gillespie DNA Donatella Rettore Dusty Springfield Eddie Cochran Edmundo Rivero Einstürzende Neubauten Elvin Jones Eric B. & Rakim Erkin Koray Ernestine Anderson Eskorbuto Esplendor Geométrico Eugenio Fatback Band & King Tim III Fosforito France Gall Françoise Hardy Funkdoobiest Gene Krupa Gene Vincent George Clinton (con Parliament - Funkadelic) GG Allin Gil Scott Heron Glutamato Yeyé Grand Mixer DXT (con Herbie Hancock) Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five Guillermo Portabales Hamburguesa Vegetal Hansson & Karlsson Hasil Adkins Hayden Thompson Hector Lavoe & Willie Colón Henry Fiol Hermanas Benítez Howlin Wolf Iceberg Ilegales Invisible Scratch Pickles Jacqueline Taïeb Jacques Brel James Brown Jeanette Jeroen Tel Jim O'Rourke Jimmy Smith Joe Meek John Cage John Coltrane John Fahey Johnny Burnette Johnny Cash Johnny Hartman Johnny O'Keefe Johnny Thunders Joi Lansing Joy Division Julio Sosa Jungle Kings Kate Bush Kraftwerk La Lupe La Niña de la Puebla Lalo Rodríguez Las Grecas Lavern Baker Lee Hazlewood Legendary Stardust Cowboy Les Fantômes Les Surfs Lesley Gore Linda Yamamoto Link Wray Little Anthony & The Imperials Lole y Manuel Lone Star Lords of the Underground Los Bravos Los Chichos Los Chunguitos Los Salvajes Los Shain's Max Frost and The Troopers MC5 McNamara MF Doom Mina Mohammad Rafi Morphine Motörhead Mouse on Mars Mulatu Astatke Narcosis Necro Neil Young Neu! Nico Nina Simone Odetta Ol' Dirty Bastard Ornettte Coleman & Charlie Haden Os Mutantes Paraíso Parálisis Permanente Peaches Pérez Prado Perrey and Kingsley Public Enemy Reg Kehoe and his Marimba Queens Richard Hell & The Voidoids Rita Chao R.L. Burnside Roy Orbison Run DMC Scout Niblett Screamin' Jay Hawkins Screaming Lord Sutch Serge Gainsbourg Shocking Blue Sly & The Family Stone Small Faces Smash Soft Cell & Jim Foetus Soft Machine Son House Son of Bazerk Soulsonic Force Squarepusher Stray Cats Suicide Sun Ra Syd Barret T.Rex Tenessee Ernie Ford Terry Riley The Allusions The B52's The Birthday Party The Clovers The Collins Kids The Cramps The Dictators The Dirtbombs The Electric Prunes The Fabulous Echoes The Fall The Flying Lizards The Fuzztones The Kinks The Larks The Last Poets & Pharoah Sanders The Lounge Lizards The Meteors The Music Machine The Raelettes (con Ray Charles) The Residents The Residents The Ronettes The Screamers The Shangri-Las The Shirelles The Sound The Stooges The Stranglers The Tornados The Units The Velvet Underground The Yardbirds Thee Headcoats Thelonious Monk Thomas Chaplin Tito Puente Townes Van Zandt Trío Matamoros Tuxedomoon Ultravox Vainica Doble Vulpess Wanda Jackson Willie Dixon Wily De Ville X-Ray Spex X Yello


14. DVC22 - The Road to Symphony

  • Published: 2012-09-05T06:44:40+00:00
  • Duration: 320
  • By Joseph Tran
DVC22 - The Road to Symphony

thedvchallenge and Moving Train Pictures present: THE ROAD TO SYMPHONY -- a short film about a glass object's journey to its true callling. Written & Directed by: Joseph Tran www.josephtran.com Additional Story: Alexandra Wojciechowska & George S. Nader Produced by: Joseph Tran & Alexandra Wojciechowska Cast: Young Man - Ben Whitehair - www.benwhitehair.com Young Lady - Shelley Dennis - www.shelleydennis.com Old Man - Gia Thien Vo Waiter - Erik Schiefelbein Smoker - William Nickerson Jogger - Justin Cross Father - Michael Olafsky Mother - Mai Hoang Olafsky and introducing Edward Olafsky as Baby Shelley Crew: Director of Photography: Joseph Tran Camera Operators: Erik Schiefelbein, Joseph Tran, James McCartney Set Design & Props: Alexandra Wojciechowska & George S. Nader Music: "Lullaby for Lauren" written & performed by David Falcone courtesy of David Falcone "Friends with the Moon" written & performed by Jim Chappell courtesy of Real Music Special Thanks: Dylan Couper Lorinda Norton dvinfo.net Guy Cochran at dvestore.com a Moving Train Pictures production www.movingtrainpictures.com in presentation with the DV Challenge www.facebook.com/pages/The-DV-Challenge/157658700920299


15. Seizure

Seizure

Entry for the Hampton Roads 48hr film project. WINNER: Best Sound Design, Best Actress Synopsis: A man is transformed into a sociopath after his girlfriend's accidental drowning. Genre: Period Piece Prop: Playing Cards Character: Tammy (poet) Line: "There's not enough Time" For more see: 48hourfilmproject.blogspot.com/​ CREDITS: Director: Jean-Guy Bureau Writer: Brian Cochran Producers: Ben Hallock & Tim Nargi Jay-Jay Gates Mom-Lucia Forte Dad-Tim Wright Tammy Gordon-Ashley Vetere Waitress-Lyndabeth Bureau Director of Photography: Austin Cross Editor: Tim Nargi Sound Design/Music: Brian Cochran Colorist: Ben Hallock Production Design: Debi Garcia Assistant Director: Kristie Stahl 2nd AC: Leahmarie Gottlieb Key Grip: Tim Wicks AC: Michael Jefferson Camera Operators: Graham Miller & Tony Cece Electric: Jason Jaeger Stunt Coordinator: Dave Bollmann Makeup: Sara Seidman Vance Production Assistant: Justin Garcia Graphics: Michael Jefferson Talent Agency: Spencer & Associates Inc Production Services: Tonic 49 Inc & New Deal Production Serivces LLC Special Thanks: Orapax Restaurant theorapax.com


16. Brandon Jenkins - Austin

Brandon Jenkins - Austin

Artist : Brandon Jenkins Song : Austin Album: Unmended Director: Raymond J. Schlogel Production Company : Underground Planet I'm not sure how this one slipped through the cracks but just now realized that this vid hasn't been on the web in years, well, till now obviously. This was one of my early ones, 2002 or 2003ish. Pretty sure I filmed this on a Canon XL1 and it was originally 4x3. Had a blast on this one for so many reasons. Not knowing where to begin I'll start with the fact that though Brandon managed to get his band down to Austin to shoot the performance parts, none of them were able to bring any of their instruments. Solution? First head over to Ray Henning's Heart of Texas Music Store on South Lamar, grab some guitars, sit down and play. (Ray also makes a brief cameo as well). Grab a shot of Omar from Omar and The Howlers before we bail. Since Heart of Texas Music didn't have a full drum kit set up, head over to Guitar Center and get some shots of the drummer playing drums. I love the fact that if you look close you can see price tags on almost all the instruments. Since the Red Dirt Rangers were in town and buds of Brandon's we ducked over to the water tower on South Congress and got some of them playing along. Off to Midnight Rodeo for a show with Doug Morland and onto the carnival where we got a great shot of Brian Lee, the incredible piano player in the video who just happens to be blind, driving a bumper car. Brandon was going to be performing on a local FOX morning show and we got permission to do a little shooting at the studio. It just so happened that at the time I knew someone who coincidentally was related to one of the best weathermen at the time (since retired), Gordon Smith. Not only did he agree to be in the vid but the station went above and beyond and made a few graphics I had asked for, shot the green screen stuff with Gordon and Brandon with their equipment, and gave us copies for the vid. Anchorman Joe Bickett was also kind enough to make a cameo. Met up with Cory Morrow at Iron Works, by the way that's him peeling out at the beginning of the vid. Brandon might appreciate me mentioning that he let Cory win the arm wrestling. Made our way over to Kat's Deli (God I miss that place!) and Marc Katz drove us around in the canary yellow ‘66 Cadillac convertible that was always parked out front. Other notable notes: This was my first, but not last time to work with April Perez who later starred in my first indie feature "For Love & Stacie" which this video and Brandon Jenkins also make an appearance in. You can see that in it's entirety here: vimeo.com/6276471 I actually shot the aerial shots of downtown Austin in some little mini plane that a friend of mines ex-girlfriend had access to and I only had to pay for gas. The funny thing about this is that on the day of the shoot she had left me a message to confirm but said that I might not be able to reach her as her cell phone battery was about to die. About a half hour before I was supposed to leave to meet up with her at the airport for some inexplicable reason I found myself literally near paralyzed with fear, laying fetal style in my bed trying to get a hold of her with some lame excuse why I couldn't make it. Knowing she wouldn't get my message in time I dragged myself down there. The fear multiplied ten fold as I ducked under the wing and opened the passenger side door that reminded me of a door on an old Jeep, including a zippered plastic window. Then, even weirder, sitting there in the passenger seat clutching my camera in my lap the moment we started rolling down the runway I felt absolutely fine, as if this was perfectly normal and I did this every day. By the time we were flying over the capitol at a steady clip of 40mph I had unzipped the window and holding my camera outside of it getting, what turned out to be, some pretty great footage. The last thing I'll say about this is that while out and about getting some b-roll for this, I was driving South on Congress so I could turn around and drive North on Congress to get a shot of the capitol. While driving I happened to spot Leslie standing on the corner. For those of you not from around these parts and don't know who Leslie is I'll quote his Wiki Page "Leslie Cochran (June 24, 1951 – March 8, 2012) was an American peace activist, cross-dresser, urban outdoorsman and outspoken critic of police treatment of the homeless. Cochran was typically seen around 6th Street and Congress during business hours, frequently wearing women's clothing. His most popular attire was a leopard thong and high-heeled shoes. Cochran preferred, however, to be known as a man." Thankfully I hit a red light just long enough to grab my camera and get a few seconds of footage of him in full regalia. I remember thinking briefly as the light turned green he had to be in this video, he's a frikkin icon and I don't think there's anyone in the city that doesn't know who he is. I was a little leery wondering if Brandon would mind as it's not everyday you see a cross-dressing guy in a thong in a country music video but I was an idiot for thinking he would. Combined with the lyric "You don't have to be something your not down in Austin" was just a perfect fit. What I love about the shot now most of all is that, where I once gave myself credit for catching a great moment I now realize in hindsight, my part was unremarkable. Of course Leslie was smiling at the moment I turned the camera on and hit record, of course Leslie was waving and pointing at random passerbys, that's what he did, that's what he was. Any person with any camera could have gotten a shot like that just about any day of the week. The only thing I had to do right was not have a dead battery. It's because of this and all of his sheer unadulterated awesomeness that I wanted to see this video today when I heard the sad news of his passing. As I often do with previous works it's generally easier for me to bring it up online than it is to find it on my computer. Much to my surprise when I had changed from hosting videos myself to using a third party this video had gotten lost in the mix and hadn't made its way back to the web. Took a few hours to find the right archived hard drive but here it is again for any who may have missed it. Though Leslie is only in it for two or three seconds I cannot imagine this video without him, I'm sure anyone from Austin would agree. He will be missed. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leslie_Cochran


17. Ambiguity Forum

Ambiguity Forum

This reading, Ambiguity Forum, was staged at the Renaissance Society on Jan 14, 2017, as part of the program accompanying Sadie Benning's exhibition Shared Eye (Nov 19 - Jan 22, 2017). In both form and content, Sadie Benning’s works often suggest how indeterminacy or ambiguity can take on a political dimension or an active quality. More generally, in many different contexts, ambiguity becomes a concept to contend with, whether as something to embrace, challenge, or question. A number of artists and writers were invited to send in short written responses to these ideas. Their replies were also joined by selected excerpts from other books, essays, and poems. A performative reading of these varied texts in the gallery space staged a polyphony of sorts, with different voices rising up within the exhibition. The reading featured new contributions by Alex Chitty, Mashinka Firunts, David Getsy, Matthew Goulish, Sara Magenheimer, Jesse Malmed, Jennifer Reeder, and Steve Reinke. Additional Texts: Nicholson Baker, “Changes of Mind,” in The Size of Thoughts: Essays and Other Lumber, 1997. James Baldwin, excerpt from “The Artist’s Struggle for Integrity,” speech recorded at the Community Church, New York, 1962. Jorge Luis Borges, “Argumentum Ornithologicum,” in Collected Fictions, 1999. Hayan Charara, excerpt from “Usage,” in Something Sinister, 2016. Lydia Davis, “Agreement,” in The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis, 2010. Simone de Beauvoir, excerpt from The Ethics of Ambiguity, 1948. William Empson, excerpt from Seven Types of Ambiguity, 1930. Jamie Holmes, excerpt from Nonsense: The Power of Not Knowing, 2015. Clarice Lispector, “Fifth Story,” in The Complete Stories, 2015. Claudia Rankine, excerpt from Citizen, 2014. David Shields, excerpt from Reality Hunger: A Manifesto, 2010. Ludwig Wittengenstein, excerpt from On Certainty, 1969. Additional selections read by Elizabeth Allen-Cannon, Brit Barton, Jessica Cochran, Max Guy, Michael Harrison, Karsten Lund, Karen Reimer, Angela Zhang, and Zsofia Valyi-Nagy.


18. Stuart Hanlon & Ed Boyer on the Life of Former LA Black Panther leader Geronimo Jijaga Pratt. 2 of 2

  • Published: 2011-06-06T15:47:56+00:00
  • Duration: 701
  • By Democracy Now!
Stuart Hanlon & Ed Boyer on the Life of Former LA Black Panther leader Geronimo Jijaga Pratt. 2 of 2

Democracy Now! reports on the life of former political prisoner, Geronimo Jijaga Pratt, who died in Tanzania on Thursday. In 1972, Pratt was wrongfully convicted of the murder of Caroline Olsen for which he spent 27 years in prison, eight of those in solitary confinement. He was released in 1997 after a judge vacated his conviction. The trial to win his freedom revealed that the Los Angeles Black Panther leader was a target of the FBI's counter-intelligence program, or COINTELPRO. Democracy Now! broadcasts a 2000 interview with Pratt and one of his attorneys, Johnnie Cochran Jr. To comment on his life, Democracy Now! speak with his friend and former attorney, Stuart Hanlon, and with Ed Boyer, the Los Angeles Times reporter who helped expose his innocence. Watch Part 1 of 2: http://www.vimeo.com/24727039 "The FBI followed Geronimo every second almost of his life. They knew he was in Oakland at the time of the homicide," says Hanlon. "When we started litigating this, rather than turning it over, for the first time anyone can remember, FBI wiretaps disappeared. Of course they knew where he was. It did not matter what the truth was, because he was the bad guy. The truth had to take second place, even in the courtroom." Pratt ultimately won a $4.5 million civil rights settlement against the FBI and the Los Angeles Police Department. For the podcast, transcript and to access the Democracy Now! archives, visit http://www.democracynow.org/ FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/YT


19. Stuart Hanlon & Ed Boyer on the Life of Former LA Black Panther leader Geronimo Jijaga Pratt. 1 of 2

  • Published: 2011-06-06T15:46:58+00:00
  • Duration: 853
  • By Democracy Now!
Stuart Hanlon & Ed Boyer on the Life of Former LA Black Panther leader Geronimo Jijaga Pratt. 1 of 2

Democracy Now! reports on the life of former political prisoner, Geronimo Jijaga Pratt, who died in Tanzania on Thursday. In 1972, Pratt was wrongfully convicted of the murder of Caroline Olsen for which he spent 27 years in prison, eight of those in solitary confinement. He was released in 1997 after a judge vacated his conviction. The trial to win his freedom revealed that the Los Angeles Black Panther leader was a target of the FBI's counter-intelligence program, or COINTELPRO. Democracy Now! broadcasts a 2000 interview with Pratt and one of his attorneys, Johnnie Cochran Jr. To comment on his life, Democracy Now! speak with his friend and former attorney, Stuart Hanlon, and with Ed Boyer, the Los Angeles Times reporter who helped expose his innocence. Watch Part 2 of 2: http://www.vimeo.com/24727083 "The FBI followed Geronimo every second almost of his life. They knew he was in Oakland at the time of the homicide," says Hanlon. "When we started litigating this, rather than turning it over, for the first time anyone can remember, FBI wiretaps disappeared. Of course they knew where he was. It did not matter what the truth was, because he was the bad guy. The truth had to take second place, even in the courtroom." Pratt ultimately won a $4.5 million civil rights settlement against the FBI and the Los Angeles Police Department. For the podcast, transcript and to access the Democracy Now! archives, visit http://www.democracynow.org/ FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/YT


20. Phillydotnet.org CodeCamp 2009.2

  • Published: 2009-10-19T00:44:07+00:00
  • Duration: 286
  • By Mark Magliocco
Phillydotnet.org CodeCamp 2009.2

Our second 2009 Code Camp will be held at the DeVry University campus in Fort Washington, PA on Saturday, October 17 from 8:30-5:00. Please register on our web site. Detailed directions are on the DeVry web site. Lots of code, just say no to slides! 8 hours 60 sessions (8:30, 10:00, 12:30, 2:00, 3:30) 12 tracks including two hands-on Beginner rooms and the Bonus Track 600 seats with tables (laptops welcome) Free breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack (expanded menu!) Raffles and prizes at 5:00 Easy parking After hours party in Ambler (network with speakers and attendees) All of this is made possible by our Gold partners (Component One, Hosting.com, TEK Systems), Silver partners (Pearson, Redgate, Telerik) and our Platinum site sponsors (DeVry University, Microsoft). Here is the tentative track list, but room assignments and times are subject to change. Click on the speaker names below to see the speaker bio and session topic. Check here and here for the latest printable agenda: 8:00 Registration, continental breakfast Alt.NET - Brian Donahue - 125 8:30 Sean Carpenter - Escape XML-Hell! Love Your Builds Again with Rake and TeamCity! 10:00 Stephen Bohlen - Refactoring to a S.O.L.I.D. Foundation 12:30 Dane Morgridge - Crossing the Chasm: Develop, Build, and Deploy .NET Apps Cross-Platform with Mono 2:00 Brian Donahue - The TDD On-Ramp 3:30 John Feminella - Ruby for C#/.NET Developers Architecture - Stan Spotts - 122 8:30 Len Smith - Test Driven Development with Dependency Injection and Mock Objects 10:00 Stan Spotts - Painless UML in Visual Studio 2010 12:30 Al Katawazi - Enterprise MVC Application Development 2:00 Michael Montgomery - When .NET RIA Services are not the Answer 3:30 Steve Andrews - Easing ASP.NET Web Deployment with VS 2010 and MSDeploy ASP.NET - Rachel Appel - 110 8:30 Andrea Conti - What's New in DotNetNuke 5 (DNN) 10:00 Andy Schwam - Intro To ASP.NET MVC 12:30 Jeffrey T. Fritz - Asp.Net MVC + Asp.Net Webforms = So happy together! 2:00 Chris Bannon - Build an iPhone feed reader with ASP.Net 3:30 Kevin Griffin - jQuery From The Ground Up Featured - Marc Ziss - 107 8:30 David Isbitski - Creating Rich Internet Applications on the Microsoft Platform using Silverlight 3 and Expression Studio 3 10:00 Miguel Castro - Understanding ASP.NET Under the Covers 12:30 Roger Doherty - SQL Server 2008 R2: The Data Platform for Software Plus Services 2:00 Don Demsak - BI for the .Net Guy 3:30 Rachel Appel - Whats new in Asp.Net 4.0 Bonus - Marc Ziss - 109 8:30 Alvin Ashcraft - Introduction to Microsoft HealthVault Development 10:00 Evan Hoff - Master Data Management Using SQL Server 2008 R2 12:30 Douglas White - What the heck is Drupal and why should I care? 2:00 Ken Lovely - Developing a WCF Service Library and Hosting it as WCF Web Service 3:30 Sara Chipps - Making Your Personal Projects a Reality Framework - Jess Chadwick - 106 8:30 Max Zilberman - Tour de Enterprise Library 4 10:00 Jess Chadwick - What's New & Hot in .NET 4.0 12:30 Danilo Diaz - The Managed Extensibility Framework 2:00 John Blumenauer - Developing WPF Applications with Prism 3:30 Michael Montgomery - Retrofitting Your WCF SOA for Silverlight Tools - Travis Laborde - 105 8:30 Chris Love - Bigger, Stronger, Faster - Making Quality .NET Applications Fast and Bug Free 10:00 JP Toto - Using Git & GitHub Source Control for .NET Development 12:30 Travis Laborde - Continuous Integration Part 1 - MSBuild from 0 to Wow in 90 Minutes 2:00 Travis Laborde - Continuous Integration Part 2 - CruiseControl.NET from 0 to Wow in 90 Minutes 3:30 Nick Berardi - Extending Visual Studio 2010 Silverlight - John Angelini - 108 8:30 John Baird - Building Silverlight LOB Apps 10:00 Todd Snyder - Building Applications with RIA Services 12:30 John Angelini - XAML Animation Made Easy 2:00 Bill Wolff - Silverlight Data Access Methods 3:30 Joel Cochran - Templating and Data Binding in Expression Blend 3 SQL & BI - Sharon Dooley - 104 8:30 Joshua Lynn - Advanced Workflow Process in T-SQL (Aka advanced uses of temp tables) 10:00 Joey D'Antoni - Using SQL Profiler to tune your SQL 12:30 Lisa Roszko - Reporting Services Group Therapy 2:00 Hilary Cotter - Stress Testing SQL Server 3:30 Wayne Kurtz - KPIs: What They Are and How to Define them in SSAS Beginner I - Judy Calla - 113 8:30 Judy Calla - The Basics before Getting Started in Visual Studio 10:00 Nick Berardi - Introduction to the Visual Studio Development Environment (IDE) 12:30 Dan Clark - Relational Databases and Data-Driven Applications 2:00 Rob Keiser - Creating Web Applications and Web Services in Visual Studio 3:30 Judy Calla - Creating Windows and Batch Applications Beginner II - Judy Calla - 111 8:30 John Petersen - Looking at the BI Stack of Stuff 10:00 Said Salomon - T-SQL for Beginners 12:30 Edwin Ames - Object Creation and Destruction with C# 2:00 John Blumenauer - Exceptional Exception Handling and Automatic Memory Management 3:30 Rob Keiser - Data Access Methods IT + Cloud - Scott Stumpf - 102 8:30 Doug Henry - Introduction to Windows Server 2008 R2 10:00 Scott Stumpf - Introduction to Windows 7 12:30 Paul Begley - Exchange Server 2010 Preview 2:00 Tim Dodd - Case Study: Clouds Demysitified 3:30 Chris Rolon - Introduction to SQL Azure 11:30 Social networking in the break room, hoagies, drinks and snacks