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Loach’s producer Rebecca O’Brien said she thinks Jimmy’s Hall could be the last ever feature film made in the traditional way “shot on film, edited on film” but possible disaster struck this time last week when, she said, they realised they needed some 25 rolls of “edge numbering” tape vital for synchronising picture and sound when they are two separate, physical tracks. “We could have gone to a manufacturer and persuaded them to make up a new batch but that would be 500 rolls minimum and completely out of our price bracket,” said O’Brien. Instead, O’Brien persuaded UK film industry trade magazine Screen to run a short item, and she was staggered by the response. Steve Bloom, an editor working at Pixar Animation studios just outside San Francisco who just completed a second editor role on Monsters University, got in touch on behalf of Pixar’s entire editing team, to offer them their entire stock 19 rolls of edge number tape and FedExed it over straight away. Loach said: “Most of us in this business enjoy working with real 35mm film stock.
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The Pixar illustration that accompanied their gift of editing tape to director Ken Loach. Photograph: Pixar Help can sometimes be found in the most unlikely places. Ken Loach , the most indefatigable of old-school, social-conscience film directors, has had his plea for vital film-making supplies answered by the animation house Pixar , some 5,300 miles away just outside San Francisco. What’s all the more remarkable is that Pixar, the cutting-edge studio, which has revolutionised animation through the use of computers and digital technology, has supplied the British film-maker with hard-to-find, fast-disappearing equipment for traditional film editing, done the old fashioned way with celluloid and adhesive tape. Loach, 77, is currently working on Jimmy’s Hall, an Irish-set drama about a communist who returns to the country of his birth in the 1930s to reopen the dance hall he once ran. It is likely to be Loach’s last full-length feature film, after which he plans to concentrate on documentaries. The veteran director is editing the film in London’s Soho on a Steenbeck flatbed editing machine unlike nearly all modern film editing, which employs computer-based systems like Avid or Final Cut Pro.
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Loach, 77, is currently working on Jimmy’s Hall, an Irish-set drama about a communist who returns to the country of his birth in the 1930s to reopen the dance hall he once ran. It is likely to be Loach’s last full-length feature film, after which he plans to concentrate on documentaries. The veteran director is editing the film in London’s Soho on a Steenbeck flatbed editing machine unlike nearly all modern film editing, which employs computer-based systems like Avid or Final Cut Pro. Loach’s producer Rebecca O’Brien said she thinks Jimmy’s Hall could be the last ever feature film made in the traditional way “shot on film, edited on film” but possible disaster struck this time last week when, she said, they realised they needed some 25 rolls of “edge numbering” tape vital for synchronising picture and sound when they are two separate, physical tracks. “We could have gone to a manufacturer and persuaded them to make up a new batch but that would be 500 rolls minimum and completely out of our price bracket,” said O’Brien. Instead, O’Brien persuaded UK film industry trade magazine Screen to run a short item, and she was staggered by the response.
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Sign in Sign in to YouTube Sign in with your Google Account (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa, or Chrome) to dislike Variance Films’s video. Add to Sign in to YouTube Sign in with your Google Account (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa, or Chrome) to add Variance Films’s video to your playlist. Coming to theaters this November! Bernice (LisaGay Hamilton) and Fontayne (Yolonda Ross) grew up the closest of friends, so close people said they could “go for sisters”… but time sent them down different paths. Twenty years later, those paths cross: Fontayne is a recovering addict fresh out of jail, and Bernice is her new parole officer. When Bernice’s son Rodney goes missing on the Mexican border, his shady associates all in hiding or brutally murdered, Bernice realizes she needs someone with the connections to navigate Rodney’s world without involving the police…
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Youtube Star’s Asshat Prius Parking Job Gets Called Out On Youtube

YouTube Network Fullscreen Officially Launches Channel+ Service for Brands

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A full-fledged “YouTube celebrity” and former Amazing Race contestant , Graceffa has over two million subscribers to his daily vlog, and his videos http://novelconcept.org/a-brief-history-of-youtube-infographic/ are regularly viewed by hundreds of thousands of youngsters who should really be watching absolutely anything else. And if you’re not mad yet, just wait to find out how much he made last year. One day last week, Graceffa parked his car in front of someone’s driveway and the driveway’s owner had his car towed away. Naturally, Graceffa took to his YouTube account to bitch about the “slut” who couldn’t get his “fat ass” out of his own driveway because it was being blocked by a stranger’s car. Well, as it turns out, that slut was actually comedian Nate Clark , who, happily, has a YouTube account of his own .
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The Collective is also working with entertainment industry veterans in this new medium. Together with producer Anthony Zuicker, the creator of CBS’ CSI franchise, they’re launching BlackBoxTV, a horror/sci-fi YouTube channel, today. The Collective’s aim is to straddle the worlds of TV and online, with an emphasis on getting the new media stars to old media.
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YouTube Wants You to Vote in Its First-Ever Music Award Balloting

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Fullscreen, a multi-channel network with over 15,000 YouTube channels under its management, has been quietly using Channel+ two years now, but officially launched the Channel+ initiative today with more features and as a separate, dedicated business division within the company. The three new features for advertisers unveiled with the launch are: Brand Amplifier, which will identify and partner the proper YouTubeevangelists with specific brands, Community Management, which helps brands conceptualize and navigate YouTube as a social network, and Channel Programming, which repurposes content and creates video mash-ups for brands to use on the channels they want to advertise on. In its alpha stage, Channel+ operated as a management and tools service for Fullscreen creators that helped them optimize SEO, strategize for growth and provide competitive analysis. In its new form, Channel+ will continue to do the same but will also offer Fullscreens team of personal strategists to now court and assist brands directly. Fullscreen COO Ezra Cooperstein said: Over the past two years, weve been working to help brands garner the maximum possible return from YouTube. With this update we seamlessly facilitate brands to create a thriving community and achieve exponential growth. With Channel+ weve been able to increase brand views 2200 percent and grow subscribers 1500 percent across more than 100 channels, as well as give our partners an easy way to protect and manage their content, and better understand their audiences behavior. Fullscreens YouTube clients include media companies like NBC, Fox, General Electric and Cartoon Network. Their creators include YouTube talents such as Sam Tsui , Jack Vale , David So and Lindsey Stirling . Last week, Maker Studios released Maker Max , their own initiative to help shore up brand relations and provide advertisters with more resources. Also see:
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AwesomenessTV and Universal Cable Productions Launch Musical Drama “Side Effects”

The new service, designed to give paying subscribers commercial-free access to music videos on their portable devices – as well as the ability to store videos and playlists on these gadgets – underscores the importance of smartphones and tablets to YouTube’s future. “Mobile is becoming absolutely enormous for YouTube,” said Forrester Research analyst James McQuivey. “The fact is that music has always been a medium that most people are going to want to carry with them and have available at all times. When … you add the visual component of the music video, you’re simply sweetening a pot.” YouTube executives have said about 40 percent of its viewing already happens on mobile devices. Indeed, more than 50.5 million Americans watched videos each month on their cellphones in the second quarter of the year, according to measurement firm Nielsen. Music videos are among the most sought-after content for YouTube’s 1 billion global users, with a popular song like Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” or Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” attracting hundreds of millions of views. This has made YouTube the dominant online music site, dwarfing its few competitors.
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YouTube subscription music service to go for mobile dollars

The soundtrack, which is being distributed by Universal Music Group, will also be available digitally. UCP will distribute the drama through various windows and platforms, including international territories, digital download and VOD. An ensemble cast featuring top YouTube stars and up-and-coming actors, Side Effects stars Chester See (ChesterSee), Meg DeLacy, Lulu Antariksa, Cade Canon Ball, Finn Roberts, Keli Price, Lia Marie Johnson (LiaMarieJohnson), Taryn Southern (TarynSouthern), Meghan Rosette (MeghanRosette), Vincent Cyr (IamCyr), plus Jason Manuel Olazabal and Bruce Thomas. It also features Top 40 hits including Ke$ha’s “C’Mon,” David Guetta’s “Titanium,” and P!nk’s “Try,” and is told from the perspective of 16-year-old Whitney Connolly (DeLacy), who is prescribed a medication that comes with an interesting side effect musical hallucinations — as she struggles with the death of her mother and the disappearance of her father. “We are convinced that YouTube will become a new launching pad for long-form television style content, which is why we decided to debut a 42-minute version of Side Effects on AwesomenessTV” said AwesomenessTV CEO and founder Brian Robbins. “Side Effects combines YouTube stars and trends with television narrative and production values, which we believe will be the wave of the future, particularly for our teen/tween audience.” Continued Robbins, “Because music is such an integral part of Side Effects, we are thrilled to be working with Universal Music Group to offer a companion soundtrack album. Covers are a huge trend on YouTube and soundtracks have a long history of driving tune-in on television.” To view “Side Effects,” click here . To purchase the “Side Effects” soundtrack, go here . Side Effects executive producers are Brian Robbins, Joe Davola, Shauna Phelan, series star Chester See, and Allison Schroeder (Mean Girls 2 and 90210), who also wrote Side Effects. The series is directed by Grammy nominee Matt Stawski (Cee Lo Green’s “Forget You”). Side Effects marks UCP’s latest program to launch on YouTube since the 10-part web series Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome premiered on Machinima last year, garnering more than 8 million views.
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YouTube stars get Hollywood superagents

The event will be held at Pier 36 in New York City, along with simulcast performances from other locations around the world. Fans will choose their favorite artists in six categories, including Video of the Year, Artist of the Year, Response of the Year, YouTube Phenomenon, YouTube Breakthrough and Innovation of the Year, according to organizers. Nominees in the Video of the Year category include Demi Lovato for “Heart Attack;” Girls’ Generation for “I Got A Boy;” Justin Bieber, featuring Nicki Minaj, for “Beauty And A Beat;” and Selena Gomez for “Come & Get It.” Artist of the Year nominees include Eminem, Epic Rap Battles of History, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Nicki Minaj, One Direction, PSY, Rihanna and Taylor Swift. “In the run-up to the YouTube Music Awards, five music events will be streamed from around the world on YouTube, culminating in the live awards celebration at Pier 36,” the post continued. “The shows from Seoul, Tokyo, Moscow, London and Rio will kick off at 5 a.m.
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Japanese Terms For Enjoy

All Japanese usually never show his or her love freely. That they trust just that love is indicated with manners. Once they put their emotions towards terms, this is chosen to utilize their expression “suki desu (好きです)”. It virtually means that, “to like”. “Suki da (好きだ),” “suki dayo” (好きだよ, male speech) or perhaps “suki yo (好きよ, women speech)” are far more colloquial expressions. Here are numerous variants in this expression, like local dialects (hogen). “Suki yanen (好きやねん)” is certainly one of models in Kansai-ben (your Kansai dialect). Considering ones expression can in addition imply “I adore that it”, & due to the demand for Kansai-ben, its applied as that the label of a immediate noodle soup system (find out ones image under).

In case a person like someone otherwise anything extremely much, “dai (virtually means, larger)” are additional just as ones prefix, additionally one can declare “daisuki desu (大好きです)”.

Words containing “ai”

Terms containing “koi”

hatsukoi 初恋 — first love

hiren 悲恋 — sad love

koibito 恋人 — one’s boyfriend/girlfriend

koibumi 恋文 — love letter

koigataki 恋敵 — a rival in love

koi ni ochiru 恋に落ちる — in order to fall in love with

koisuru 恋する — become in love with

renai 恋愛 — love

shitsuren 失恋 — dissatisfied enjoy

“Koi” is your enjoy for opposite sex, or even a sense of longing for particular individual. That it are characterized because “enchanting appreciate” or perhaps “enthusiastic prefer.” whereas “ai” presents similar meaning since “koi,” this also offers your description of the basic sense of like. “Koi” can easily be selfish, however “ai” are one genuine appreciate. Here are many lines that will explain consumers very well: Koi is definitely wanting. Ai is obviously presenting.

Their Japanese sometimes make use of the English word “adore” since well, though it’s pronounced while “rabu (ラブ)” (because here is little “L” otherwise “V” noise at Japanese). “one love letter” are commonly called “rabu retaa (ラブレター).” “Koibumi (恋文)” appears one bit dated, additionally its additional concerning a literary term than your conversational word. “Rabu shiin (ラブシーン)” was “a appreciate scene”. Younger men and women proclaim “rabu rabu (ラブラブ, adore love)” once they are particularly a great deal inside adore.

“Ai (愛)” may be used being a female identify. Japan’s unique royal infant was called Princess Aiko, and that is authored aided by the kanji figures for “prefer (愛)” then “kid (子).” Go to this page in order to study much more with regards to Princess Aiko. But, “koi (恋)” is actually hardly ever utilized while a name.

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