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1. Flow Thinking – The Mental Leap (Håkan Forss & Erik Schön)

Flow Thinking – The Mental Leap (Håkan Forss & Erik Schön)

How we made the journey from flow in our complex products to flow thinking for our processes. Ericsson is number 1 in mobile infrastructure thanks to our ability to innovate around state-of-the art algorithms for optimizing packet data flow. We made a mental leap when we realized that all this is also applicable for flow through our processes. We will share our experiences: (1) create buy-in and commitment for flow thinking using this mental model/metaphor (2) practical examples of how we improved our product development flow.


2. ROOF CULTURE ASIA

  • Published: 2018-03-19T13:57:08+00:00
  • Duration: 6809
  • By Storror
ROOF CULTURE ASIA

Team Storror showcase Parkour on a stage never before seen - the rooftops of Asian megacities. The film follows team Storror on their exploration into what drives them to push the sport to such extremes, and the battles that face them when trying to shoot a feature film totally guerilla. RCA delves into the mental and physical preparation Parkour athletes have to undertake to make impossible 'leaps of faith', possible. Contact: [email protected] FOLLOW STORROR: Youtube: http://youtube.com/storrorblog Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/storror Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/storrorblog Instagram - http://instagram.com/storror Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/storrorparkour Roof Culture 1 - https://youtu.be/o16CcUauSYA Team Storror: Callum Powell Sacha Powell Max Cave Benj Cave Drew Taylor Joshua Burnett-Blake Toby Segar Edit: Toby Segar Sacha Powell Colour assistant: Giles Campbell Longley Sound Mastering: Paul Maunder Title artwork: Drew Taylor Title tracking: Alex Potts Directors of Photography (Lead Camera Ops): Sacha Powell Giles Visive Toby Segar Ryan Lovejoy Drone Op: Toby Segar Photography (Stills): Drew Taylor www.storror.com #RoofCultureAsia


3. RCA Directors' Commentary (Team Storror)

  • Published: 2017-09-07T22:02:03+00:00
  • Duration: 6824
  • By Storror
RCA Directors' Commentary (Team Storror)

Team Storror showcase Parkour on a stage never before seen - the rooftops of Asian megacities. The film follows team Storror on their exploration into what drives them to push the sport to such extremes, and the battles that face them when trying to shoot a feature film totally guerilla. RCA delves into the mental and physical preparation Parkour athletes have to undertake to make impossible 'leaps of faith', possible. Contact: [email protected] FOLLOW STORROR: Youtube: http://youtube.com/storrorblog Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/storror Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/storrorblog Instagram - http://instagram.com/storror Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/storrorparkour Roof Culture 1 - https://youtu.be/o16CcUauSYA Team Storror: Callum Powell Sacha Powell Max Cave Benj Cave Drew Taylor Joshua Burnett-Blake Toby Segar Edit: Toby Segar Sacha Powell Colour assistant: Giles Campbell Longley Sound Mastering: Paul Maunder Title artwork: Drew Taylor Title tracking: Alex Potts Directors of Photography (Lead Camera Ops): Sacha Powell Giles Visive Toby Segar Ryan Lovejoy Drone Op: Toby Segar Photography (Stills): Drew Taylor www.storror.com #RoofCultureAsia


4. The Wonder Weeks Online Guide | Intro

The Wonder Weeks Online Guide | Intro

The Wonder Weeks Online Guide Everyone experiences life as that bit nicer when they have the feeling of being understood. But it is not easy understanding a baby... What is going on in your baby’s head? Major revolutionary research has shown that babies’ mental development occurs in leaps. All babies take those leaps. A leap is a sudden change in a baby’s mental development and it goes hand in hand with the three C’s: Crying, Clingy, Cranky. Leaps announce a progression and all babies take these leaps at the same age. There are 10 leaps in the first 20 months. After a leap, babies can suddenly do many new things and they are the sunshine in the house again. The Wonder Weeks Online Guide shows you how your baby experiences the world. Using text, sound, and images you can experience the world through your baby’s senses. You will know what is going on in their head and your baby will feel understood. Experience how your baby sees the world and what you can do to support your baby. With that basis, you can give your baby a smart start for a happy beginning. https://www.thewonderweeksonlineguide.com


5. serendipity

serendipity

Serendipity is an atmospheric experimental animation film which transports its contend in an associative way of reception, like mental leaps or dream-like pictures do. Its title points directly to the possibility of ambivalence in reading it and beyond that at the way I worked at the film, especially in finding the pictures. The whole film is an experiment which tries to reach the individual feelings connected with pictures and sounds. Only a abstract poem is a point of orientation concerning its message.


6. Excavating the Psyche: A Social History of Psychiatry in Bulgaria

Excavating the Psyche: A Social History of Psychiatry in Bulgaria

“Excavating the Psyche” puts forth new perspectives on the social histories of psychiatry and mental illness during the Communist period. With original scholarship, archival photographs and a multimedia art installation it poses a question that is both anthropological and historical. How did Bulgarians experience psychological crisis in a social, cultural and political environment dominated by materialist ideologies of the body and self? This installation imagines the physical and psychological space of a routine psychiatric consultation during the communist period. Merging scholarly and creative sensitivities, the installation features concepts and animation by Julian Chehirian, with the collaboration of American composer Dylan Burchett. In 1950 a decree emerged from the USSR that declared Pavlov’s work on physiology and nerve systems as the only scientific approach to the study of psychology and the treatment of mental illnesses. In Bulgaria the imposition of a Soviet psychiatric model came only decades after we made significant leaps in applying diverse and modern approaches to understanding and treating mental illnesses (in the period 1890-­1943). The Soviet model examined the biological and physiological dimensions of mental illness while discouraging analysis of non­empirical, psychological phenomena. Private practice was outlawed. Alternative approaches to psychotherapy were suppressed. This resulted in a widespread medicalization of psychological crisis and a practice of indefinitely institutionalizing abnormal individuals. The ‘psyche’ was rejected and in its place the body would became a dominant locus for analysis and treatment. Rather than present a static condemnation of psychiatry in the PRB, the idea behind this exhibition is to provoke examination of the social and scientific experience of mental illness during the Communist period. It will propose the question: what are human and cultural consequences of a government’s standardization or suppression of particular approaches to mental healthcare? Julian Chehirian is an interdisciplinary researcher on the social history of psychotherapy and psychopathology in Bulgaria. He makes use of oral history, archival and ethnographic approaches. During the 2014­-15 academic year he is a Fulbright scholar at the New Bulgarian University. He is interested in how trauma and psychological crisis is made sense of in a cultural environment dominated by materialist philosophy, social and political ideology. Dylan Burchett is an American composer from Florida. Dylan contributes to “Excavating the Psyche” a sonic interpretation of interiority, trauma and the medicalization of personal crisis.


7. Dieter's Welt (Trailer)

Dieter's Welt (Trailer)

The 61-year-old Dieter is a friendly, fun-loving and sociable person. The film is a journey through his life. His expression of joy and fear reveal his infantile nature. The camera always focusing on him does not bother him anymore. This allows the audience to experience his daily life. His mother reflects, tells about Dieter's and her own life. Dieter himself cannot do this. Through his mental leaps, a long and serious conversation is not possible. But his actions and loving nature shows how communicative he is in his own special way. Showing at the LiFF Lucerne Int'l Film Festival November 16th, 2014 www.lucernefilmfestival.com


8. F5 - Refresh, Sound healing

  • Published: 2016-12-05T18:58:50+00:00
  • Duration: 201
  • By Varun Loiwal
F5 - Refresh, Sound healing

The project was made in collabaration with Varun Loiwal + Chandni Kabra Over the years work has become more stressful and competitive. Many studies claim that 4 out of 10 employees are suffering from stress and anxiety. People are more aware of this situation and are willing to fix them. With the increase in competition at workplaces, better technology, and automation, people are no longer doing simple jobs, but multitasking and working long hours. Most of it requires thinking. In this context, we designed an installation which falls in place to release stress and to help relax. Our installation engages the user to take small breaks and refresh themselves, especially because it gives instant gratification and it doesn't require much effort from the user. This is an attempt, especially to workplaces, a way to reduce the stress and anxiety and increase efficiency. Happy and calm people are more efficient, take better decisions, remain healthy. We tested our installation with 50 or more people at their workplace. They were very enthusiastic to get it installed. Their response validated our design by leaps and bounds. Designing for mental well-being is crucial as it affects millions of people who are suffering from stress and anxiety. Mental health is going to become one of the biggest medical concerns in the future.


9. Speaking of Which/ full show

Speaking of Which/ full show

Speaking Of Which A Lecture Performance by Navaridas & Deutinger In Speaking of Which, two performers establish kaleidoscopic thought-connections making mental leaps between physics, philosophy and theology. In a dialogical structure between themselves on stage and their pixelated alter egos in a dance studio, they pose a series of questions addressing superstitious science, fanatic relativism, esoteric legitimacy, delusional concreteness and other intriguing paradoxes. Concept, Performance: Alex Deutinger, Marta Navaridas Composition, Sound Direction: Stephan Sperlich Outside Eye: Helmut Koepping Supported by: Tanzquartier Vienna Thanks to: Hanna Hollmann, Krassimira Kruschkova Supported by Tanzquartier Vienna, Forum Stadtpark Graz and Performanceintiative 22


10. Changing Minds About Climate Change - Paul Thagard

Changing Minds About Climate Change - Paul Thagard

WICI Seminar: November 19, 2008 Waterloo Institute for Complexity & Innovation http://sig.uwaterloo.ca/WICI.html University of Waterloo Why have most scientists come to believe that global warming is caused by human activity? Why do some politicians such as Sarah Palin resist this conclusion? Belief, change and resistance can be explained by neurocomputational models of explanatory and emotional coherence. Minds and societies are complex, multilevel systems that can be changed by intervention on feedback loops at multiple levels. Speaker Profile Paul Thagard is Professor of Philosophy, with cross appointment to Psychology and Computer Science, and Director of the Cognitive Science Program, at the University of Waterloo. He is a graduate of the Universities of Saskatchewan, Cambridge, Toronto (Ph. D. in philosophy) and Michigan (M.S. in computer science). He is the author of Hot Thought: Mechanisms and Applications of Emotional Cognition (MIT Press, 2006), Coherence in Thought and Action (MIT Press, 2000), How Scientists Explain Disease (Princeton University Press, 1999), Mind: Introduction to Cognitive Science (MIT Press, 1996; second edition, 2005), Conceptual Revolutions (Princeton University Press, 1992), and Computational Philosophy of Science (MIT Press, 1988); and co-author of Mental Leaps: Analogy in Creative Thought (MIT Press, 1995) and Induction: Processes of Inference, Learning, and Discovery (MIT Press, 1986). He is also editor of Philosophy of Psychology and Cognitive Science (Elsevier, 2007), and Associate Editor of the journal Cognitive Science. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and the Cognitive Science Society, and in 2007 received a Canada Council for the Arts Molson Prize.


11. Urban Homes ✖ 420 Jam 🌲🔥👌💨🚀🍁🍄💊👽✌🍍💉😋

Urban Homes ✖ 420 Jam 🌲🔥👌💨🚀🍁🍄💊👽✌🍍💉😋

Urban Homes — »Jams« 2xLP/CD/Digital Can be purchased: physical — http://shop.altinvillage.de/product/u... digital — https://altinvillage.bandcamp.com/alb... Video by Keine Zeit Medien — http://keinezeitmedien.de Big thx to giphy & tumblr community Keine Zeit Medien music video for the track »4/20 Jam« by Urban Homes (off their sophomore album »Jams« out now on Altin Village & Mine) is a hypnotic labyrinth about drug culture and about the hazy state of mind. Here, drug usage also works as a wider metaphor for letting loose of one's ratio and of a functionality that is expected at any time. Not just a numerical rebellion, the concept of 4/20 confronts this incessant pressure to achieve and perform 24/7. The ADHD-evoking stimulus satiation is composed of found footage and a potpourri of pop cultural gif-animations. The logic and meaning behind this visual overkill centered at the meeting point of internet phenomena and Dada remains undecipherable and irrational, not unlike pot heads' mental leaps and mind frames.


12. Sense of out |

  • Published: 2015-06-11T17:50:24+00:00
  • Duration: 282
  • By Kati Turkina
Sense of out |

| SENSE OF OUT | FASHION FILM Photography / Art direction / Editing Turkina Faso Dancer / Sofya Gaydukova First camera / Pau Kulikov Second camera / Konstantin Shilyaev Third camera / Turkina Faso Clothes / Asya Soloveva Make up & hair / Tuyana Tsyrendashieva and Alain Luschevskaya | STORY | Vaslav Nijinsky (1889-1950) was one the most important ballet dancers and choreographers of the early 20th century, he had Russian and Polish roots. He was important hero in the Ballet Russes of Sergey Diaghilev, celebrated for his virtuosity and for the depth and intensity of his characterizations. Also Nijinsky was admired for his seemingly gravity-defying leaps. In his private life he was close to his curator and boss as well – to powerful and kind of cruel person Sergey Diaghilev. They were lovers for few years, while Nijinsky was dancing and curating performances. At the end of his amazingly bright period of fame, he got married to Ramola during one sea trip. He was upset after the quarrel with Diaghilev; and this girl who was rich and obsessed with him just almost caught him in the right moment. When Diaghilev found out the fact of marriage of Nijinsky, he left him, replaced him in all performances and never wanted to be a part of his life again. Vaslav Nijinsky spent rest of his life after ballet with his wife in the Switzerland countryside. He was almost alone and completely mad, isolated and with his sense of reality through the mental diseases. He drew a lot of incredibly complicated schemes of never happened ballets. He thought that he is a clown, son of a God, just doll and he intended to write day by day and do nothing else. Actually, he was the first dancer who started to explore new way of movement (then it becomes to contemporary dance as a new style of performing). Having read his diary I decided to change the script of my film and I decided to leave him alone in film. I put my image of Nijinsky’s soul into this film, where we can see a girl, contemporary dancer. She is in light and in darkness. She is dancing and just lying. For me this video seems like retranslation of feeling, which was inside Nijinsky during his life after dance. Video / Moscow 2015


13. KRIEG UND KUNST. Ein Gespräch mit Friedrich Kittler.

  • Published: 2018-03-27T09:53:33+00:00
  • Duration: 2953
  • By LLUREX VIDEO
KRIEG UND KUNST. Ein Gespräch mit Friedrich Kittler.

Berlin-Treptow, 15. September 2003. WAR AND ART Video interview with Friedrich Kittler by Egon Bunne When a number of philosophers in France started to upgrade the outdated fragmentary media theories of Bert Brecht and Walter Benjamin at the beginning of the 1980s, it soon became clear that the most important voice in Germany on this topic would be Friedrich Kittler. The publications by Friedrich Kettler, who holds a doctorate in German, are characterised by the perspective of a media historian who sees his research subject as a kind of modern archaeology, contrary to the furious mental leaps of those such as Jean Baudrillard or Paul Virilio's apocalyptic prophecies of doom, for instance. Since the mid-1980s, "Grammophon Film Typewriter" has developed into a cult book for those German intellectuals for whom Adorno's critical analysis of the civil capitalist society no longer sufficed to capture and interpret the computer age in its diversity. Thanks to his interdisciplinary approach, Kittler's publication attracts wide interest among sociologists and philosophers, publicists and mathematicians alike. In his subsequent publications "Optische Medien" and "Draculas Vermächtnis", news technologies increasingly became the focus of attention of his research. The conclusion that our media landscape is based on inventions and developments of the military complex was very alarming for many TV employees, but extremely inspiring for some media artists. Kittler's hypotheses and topics suddenly gained topical relevance when the US invasion of Iraq developed early on into a war of propaganda before the UN Security Council. Over and over again, his portrait appeared on the TV screen to explain the novelty of the images to the favourably disposed audience. This interview was recorded in Kittler's apartment in Berlin-Treptow on 15 September 2003. (...) Against this backdrop, my interview with Friedrich Kittler is less aimed at doing justice to his previous work and his sphere of influence: I am more interested in his evaluation of the war as a catalyst for cultural history. I believe I had the impression of an element of doubt in several sequences of his speeches and interviews that pacifism is a sustainable model for developing our future and advancing modernity. Thus, a mixture of the topic "War and art" was created, from which I expect the person of Friedrich Kittler to be made more transparent than is possible in the scientific context, alongside ingenious aphorisms and historical footnotes. Flashbacks to the ancient world in our interview herald his exit from the media theory two years before he made his public announcement. Maybe one day there will be the opportunity to scrutinise Friedrich Kittler's decision to shift the object of research in his late work to pre-Christian antiquity. Egon Bunne ----------- European Media Art Festival Festival: 22 - 26 April 2009 Exhibition: 22 April - 04 Oct. 2009 Lohstrasse 45a D-49074 Osnabrueck


14. CURSED SABBATH MASSACRE TRAILER

CURSED SABBATH MASSACRE TRAILER

TITLE: Cursed Sabbath Massacre GENRE: Psychological Thriller LOGLINE: “A man’s home is sacred.” When a group of people visits Eli’s bed and breakfast, he finds his sanity slipping, revealing the dark mysteries of his past. DESCRIPTION: A shadow stalks through a dusty shed. The man working inside remains oblivious, until the moment that the hatchet rips into his back. The shadowy man leaves, but not before letting his priest’s collar drift down into the growing pool of blood. Jason makes the long trip to a bed and breakfast with his fiancé, Rosie and best friend, Shawn. They drive through Brighton Springs until they arrive at the Reed Home. Eli, the quiet, thoughtful man who runs the B&B, greets them at the door. As they explore the property, mere inklings of its bloody history are revealed. The cracks start to grow in Eli’s pleasant façade, revealing the broken man within. Every night, Eli toils away in his greenhouse garden, seeking a measure of peace in the untamed chaos. Jason seeks him out within, and Eli feels himself letting his guard down. But when some vandals break into the garden, they leave something behind: the priest’s collar. As Eli’s mental walls collapse, he becomes increasingly unstable, unwilling to tolerate anything ‘immoral’ from his guests. He creates enemies out of Jason and his friends, even as Eli finds himself plagued with visions of his cruel Father. Eli explodes in a rage as he sees his Father hurting his Mother. The vision fades as he attacks his terrified guests. Tensions fade, but Eli’s instability lingers. Jason convinces Eli to leave with him for a day to relax and leave his worries behind. But when they return, Eli’s home is a madhouse. Dozens of people fill the house, throwing a party. Eli’s sanity crumbles. He sees a horrific vision of his Father massacring the partiers. But this time, the vision doesn’t fade, as a man with a hatchet actually murders and dismembers people as he approaches Eli. Eli runs on pure instinct. The man’s heavy footsteps hammer behind Eli as he flashes back to himself as a child, running from his father. They race through the labyrinthine garden. Eli reaches a dead end, cornered by the man. He reveals himself to be the son of Father’s first victim. As he reveals Father’s atrocities, how he murdered Eli’s mother and litte brother, Eli has a vision of his Father. He pleads for answers, and his Father gives them. Eli, in his growing insanity, can only agree with his Father. He kills the other man in fury, becoming the monster he so feared. “A man’s home is sacred.” Eli takes his Father’s words to heart, vowing to destroy the source of his corruption: Jason and his friends. Eli stalks through the house, slaughtering those in his path. As Eli confronts Rosie, his final victim, visions of his mother and his buried pain at her loss paralyze him. Rosie leaps up, stabbing Eli and ending the nightmare. But this new madness has already taken root in Rosie’s mind... Director: Antwon Rollins Producer: Giovani Hidalgo Featuring: Albert Thakur, Nick Lake, Tameka Jacobs, Jerry Minshall, Alex Lynn Ward, Nick Finch & Em Eldridge Story By: Antwon Rollins Story Boards By: Oscar Rodriguez Screenplay By: James Dunovan & Antwon Rollins, Giovani Hidalgo Sound Design By: DEO of Official Biznes Ent


15. Minotaur : A suite of poems by Danijela Hlis

  • Published: 2014-10-07T23:28:29+00:00
  • Duration: 177
  • By mindshare
Minotaur : A suite of poems by Danijela Hlis

mindshare were recipients of Arts SA’s Strategic Community Partnership : Community Grant for 2014 working with the Media Resource Centre and Access 2 Arts. As part of this project mindshare invited poets, writers and individuals with lived experience of a mental health issue to submit poetry to a competition called When words come to life. Our judge Jude Aquilina then selected 8 poems from a diverse range of applicants which were turned into digital stories during a workshop run by the Media Resource Centre. Danijela Hlis was one of the selected poets with her poem 'Minotaur : a suite of poems', this is her story. M I N O T A U R by Danijela Hlis ( SUITE OF POEMS ) CHILD IN LOW TIDE From a deep crevasse in her mind a butterfly with clipped wings stills the girl’s fear deeper into the mud. Surfacing like crabs in low tide are seeping wounds of an abandoned child: how to hide? GIRL IN HIGH TIDE Courage, smile, determination, painted lips, made up face to mask the scars, let rising tide over bandaged sorrows. High on painkillers, wine, poetry and prose a gleeful malevolent ghost of life in a cemetery of regrets. Behind dark purdah of fear and loss, her hidden corals in a monster tide. THE THUNDERSTORM OF A MINOTAUR (*) Breadcrumbs of hope shattered, imprisoned in the labyrinth of monsters. Her husband’s limbs under an electric train, her mother dying on the floor of a nursing home. The woman childless womb a slice of stale bread. Storms in her heart. But life goes on. Defiantly like a dandelion pushing out of snow fields the woman keeps crawling, climbing, walking. Tides keep changing. OLD WOMAN AND THE RAINBOW Glorious oblivion, a touch of self acceptance, the woman leaps life’s obstacles. A cormorant in the hand of the creator, preparing for another dive. It is not what she can forget but that which she never knew that she regrets: the gallop of Equus,*** consuming passion & obsession, total abandon. Sun is painting shadows her love for life grows, the fabric of her existence a kaleidoscope of bucket lists. Moving forward always forward , there is power in persistence. Riding rainbows of hope and faith, in the wisdom of content.


16. Amanda Testimonial

  • Published: 2018-05-31T20:10:29+00:00
  • Duration: 2415
  • By Lorna Johnson
Amanda Testimonial

~~ Experience Lorna Channeling LIVE! ~~ Lorna’s channeled transmissions have helped her listeners and clients make **over $1MM in sales,** transform their relationships and heal medical conditions and mental illness within weeks. Lorna uses her spiritual gifts of telepathy and claircognizance to tap into the consciousness of her listeners (you!) and deliver messages directly tailored to your practical challenges. She also directly transmits powerful activating energy at the cellular level that opens your energetic pathways so that the Truth can change you dramatically and overnight. To experience her transmissions live and activate true euphoria in love, money and health, join her intimate, private Facebook group here: http://bit.ly/EuphoriaNW Topics of channeling: * The Energetics of Truth, Fear, Shame, Shadow and Power * Wealth Consciousness * Energetic and Intuitive Selling * Intuition in Business * Spiritual Alchemy * Advanced Energetic Training in Sales and Marketing * Mastering Feminine and Masculine Energies for Quantum Leap Success * Activating Your Inner Sales and Marketing Genius * How to Collapse Time and Make Quantum Leaps in Sales * How to Sell From Your Soul (rather than SELL your soul). ~~ About Lorna ~~ Lorna went from married millionaire and executive running a $25MM business to broke, divorced, bipolar and suicidal. After a rapid spiritual awakening, Lorna cured herself of her mental illness without medication or therapy, opened her spiritual channel, awakened her spiritual gifts of claircognizance, clairsentience and telepathy and used maverick sales and marketing methods (really, just following her intuition) to build a million dollar online sales and spirituality coaching business in just ten months. She now helps frustrated spiritual coaches and entrepreneurs activate their spiritual gifts and 10x their sales in weeks. To find out how to work with Lorna privately, email [email protected]



18. 'CURSED SABBATH MASSACRE' TRAILER

'CURSED SABBATH MASSACRE' TRAILER

TITLE: Cursed Sabbath Massacre GENRE: Psychological Thriller LOGLINE: “A man’s home is sacred.” When a group of people visits Eli’s bed and breakfast, he finds his sanity slipping, revealing the dark mysteries of his past. DESCRIPTION: A shadow stalks through a dusty shed. The man working inside remains oblivious, until the moment that the hatchet rips into his back. The shadowy man leaves, but not before letting his priest’s collar drift down into the growing pool of blood. Jason makes the long trip to a bed and breakfast with his fiancé, Rosie and best friend, Shawn. They drive through Brighton Springs until they arrive at the Reed Home. Eli, the quiet, thoughtful man who runs the B&B, greets them at the door. As they explore the property, mere inklings of its bloody history are revealed. The cracks start to grow in Eli’s pleasant façade, revealing the broken man within. Every night, Eli toils away in his greenhouse garden, seeking a measure of peace in the untamed chaos. Jason seeks him out within, and Eli feels himself letting his guard down. But when some vandals break into the garden, they leave something behind: the priest’s collar. As Eli’s mental walls collapse, he becomes increasingly unstable, unwilling to tolerate anything ‘immoral’ from his guests. He creates enemies out of Jason and his friends, even as Eli finds himself plagued with visions of his cruel Father. Eli explodes in a rage as he sees his Father hurting his Mother. The vision fades as he attacks his terrified guests. Tensions fade, but Eli’s instability lingers. Jason convinces Eli to leave with him for a day to relax and leave his worries behind. But when they return, Eli’s home is a madhouse. Dozens of people fill the house, throwing a party. Eli’s sanity crumbles. He sees a horrific vision of his Father massacring the partiers. But this time, the vision doesn’t fade, as a man with a hatchet actually murders and dismembers people as he approaches Eli. Eli runs on pure instinct. The man’s heavy footsteps hammer behind Eli as he flashes back to himself as a child, running from his father. They race through the labyrinthine garden. Eli reaches a dead end, cornered by the man. He reveals himself to be the son of Father’s first victim. As he reveals Father’s atrocities, how he murdered Eli’s mother and litte brother, Eli has a vision of his Father. He pleads for answers, and his Father gives them. Eli, in his growing insanity, can only agree with his Father. He kills the other man in fury, becoming the monster he so feared. “A man’s home is sacred.” Eli takes his Father’s words to heart, vowing to destroy the source of his corruption: Jason and his friends. Eli stalks through the house, slaughtering those in his path. As Eli confronts Rosie, his final victim, visions of his mother and his buried pain at her loss paralyze him. Rosie leaps up, stabbing Eli and ending the nightmare. But this new madness has already taken root in Rosie’s mind... Director: Antwon Rollins Producer: Giovani Hidalgo Featuring: Albert Thakur, Nick Lake, Tameka Jacobs, Jerry Minshall, Alex Lynn Ward, Nick Finch & Em Eldridge Story By: Antwon Rollins Story Boards By: Oscar Rodriguez Screenplay By: James Dunovan & Antwon Rollins, Giovani Hidalgo Sound Design By: DEO of Official Biznes Ent


19. NFL Combine Results From Testing Latest

  • Published: 2012-03-05T00:55:12+00:00
  • Duration: 58
  • By hela raymundo
NFL Combine Results From Testing Latest

The particular NFL combine results Combine is referred to as the showcase for college football gamers to display their fitness skills to NFL combine results Scouts, developing every single February within Indianapolis, Indiana. Gamers carry out physical and mental assessments in front of NFL combine results coaches, frequent managers and scouts. Together with growing interest inside the NFL combine results Draft, the trying to find combine has grown, making it possible for General Managers to judge upcoming prospects inside a standardized setting. It's origins have started out the BLESTO and Nationwide Scouting organizations on the media event they have turn into these days. Forty five Yard Dash(NFL combine results) The actual 40 yard rush is really a test involving speed and how intense the player is. The ball player begins from a three-point posture and runs Forty yards as rapid as achievable. This particular gauges the performer's explosion of the range and time to leading speed. Broad Bounce(NFL combine results) The broad leap is also completed from your stand still placement, but this punch measures how far a new player can jump. This kind of drill is main to positions who use lower physique energy to acquire an gain (i.e. questionable and defensive linemen along with running backs). The duration of the jump can be measured from the beginning indicate the back of the rearfoot closest to the beginning position upon landing. Jump (VJ)(NFL combine results) Most crucial to protecting backs and broad receivers. To test a new players vertical jump, a new player stands flat-footed in front of person of polish lineage having a multitude of plastic-type flags sticking out. The foot of the pole can be adjusted to the peak of the athlete's tips of the fingers when raised upright. The player then leaps from a standing situation, and tries to swat since several of the plastic banners as he can. The particular flags, staged every single half inch around the pole, rotate and present the event judge a new reading of the peak the player jumped. The bench press exercise (BP)(NFL combine results) All gamers, using the exception associated with quarterbacks and wide devices, participate in this analyze of strength. The actual player's objective with this event would be to the bench press exercise 225 pounds as numerous occasions as feasible. A few Cone Drill (L-Drill)(NFL combine results) Exams speed, agility as well as cutting capacity. Several cones are set up in any L shape, along with every cone several yards apart. You begins in a 3-point posture at the initial spool. The whistle blows with the player sprints several yards ahead on the 1st cone, gets to down and variations a white series after which sprints returning to the beginning cone. From the outset cone, he gets to down and details a white collection, then heads to the second cone. Now, he runs in regards to the outside of the second spool, and cuts correct to the third spool. He runs any circle about the 3 rd cone from the inside out, then runs concerning the second cone before returning to the initial spool. Short Shuttle (Dure)(NFL combine results) The brief shuttle service test lateral rate and coordination. The ball player begins in a Three or more point stance, straddling any yard line going through the sideline. Once the whistle blows, the player works five yards to at least one side, touching the particular yard line. Then he sprints 10 metres inside the other direction once more touches your yard line, after which he sprints returning to the yard range he began from. Situation Particular Drills(NFL combine results) Probably one of the most effective solutions to test a gamblers capacity to play a situation would be to run these at drills specifically created for players of these position. Coaches as well as Scouts usually run the gamers via the drills, getting note as to their own performance. These workouts are usually overlooked for a couple of of the sexier exercises, like the 40 backyard dash and the flat bench press. Tests Physical Proportions(NFL combine results) Every player in presence will likely be measured regarding height, weight as well as arm. Offensive along with defensive linemen, also because running backs, may also be measured for system fat percentage. Crew Interviews(NFL combine results) Every crew is afforded the chance interview as much as Sixty of the prospects there. The interviews acquire spot within the person hotel, and generally include questions intended to test a gamblers character, mental durability and football intelligence. The actual Wonderlic Test (NFL combine results) The Wonderlic analyze is created to test the players I.Queen. The test is 60 questions lengthy, each player is only offered 23 minutes for you to total it. Although the test is quite almost never completed, the Wonderlic is normally regarded as a great strategy to measure a gamblers intelligence. The CybexExamination(NFL combine results) The Cybex test commences having a player shackled by a machine. The machine assessments the player's shared movement and flexibility. Of course this test doesn't normally obtain significantly focus, this test may be the distinction in between the earliest day and second day time on draft weekend break for a player using either a current harm or a history of accidents. Injury Evaluation(NFL combine results) Lab tests are conducted, which include X-rays and physicals, to make certain that the particular player's injuries supply healed. Drug analyze(NFL combine results) As with any potential personnel nowadays, every prospective player should cross a urine check, created to identify any kind of substances deemed outlawed by the NFL combine results which includes cannabis, cocaine and performance-enhancing medications.


20. Urban Homes — 4/20 Jam (Official Video)

Urban Homes — 4/20 Jam (Official Video)

Urban Homes — »Jams« 2xLP/CD/Digital Can be purchased: physical — http://shop.altinvillage.de/product/urban-homes-jams digital — https://altinvillage.bandcamp.com/album/jams Video by Keine Zeit Medien — http://keinezeitmedien.de Big thx to giphy & tumblr community Keine Zeit Medien's music video for the track »4/20 Jam« by Urban Homes is a hypnotic labyrinth about drug culture and about the hazy state of mind. Here, drug usage works as a wider metaphor for letting loose of one's ratio and of a functionality that is expected of us at any time. More than just a rebellion in numbers, the concept of 4/20 confronts this incessant pressure to achieve and perform 24/7. The ADHD-evoking stimulus satiation is composed of found footage and a potpourri of pop cultural gif-animations. The logic and meaning behind this visual overkill centered at the meeting point of internet phenomena and Dada remains undecipherable and irrational, not unlike pot heads' mental leaps and mind frames. — On two 12”s and over the course of a staggering 78 minutes, big things are happening on »Jams«, Urban Homes’ monumental sophomore album. The highly ambititous attempt at a certain history of dance music, a sweaty night on the dancefloor, an excursion into the fog...But one thing at a time: The 13 Jams go back to recordings of years of communal, midi- and hardware-based jam sessions which, over three years, were painstakingly discarded, refined, condensed, reconstructed and provided with occasional guest vocals by Hanitra Wagner (Ωracles, Die Heiterkeit). The album was mixed by Jan Philipp Janzen (Von Spar) at Dumbo Studios, mastered by Cem Oral at Jammin’ Masters. Sonja Deffner (Die Heiterkeit, Jason & Theodor) is responsible for the stunning gatefold artwork. On »Jams«, Benjamin Riedl, Stephan Weinand and Oliver Bersin explore a history of dance music that is retraced in the 13 tracks: The seemingly clear cut references in titles such as »Verdub Lang Her (Stripped Down Killer Dub Jam)«, »Blue Note Jam« or »As High Acid Can Get (☺ Jam)«, however, are not to be taken as letters of intent, but—despite the playful handling of genre conventions and clichés—as hommages to the immaterial architecture of the club: the atmosphere, the vibe, the jam. In its rich texture, the dramatic composition of »Jams« reconstructs the resonance space of an excessive, foggy, and steamy night at the club, thereby approaching its point of interest. Despite the clear club compatibility (each of the 13 tracks will work on a dancefloor worth its salt), Urban Homes do not shy away from sticky harmonic arrangements and melodies that are bound to be called »pop«. They do however, and this is one of the points of this great album, avoid any overarching narrative of organicity or authenticity which might refer the record to a context of »indie« music. Unlike the acclaimed and award-winning debut »Centres«, which wore the socialization of the (previously four) Urban Homes on its sleeve, this is rootless, nomadic music that is in the most beautiful sense out there. So far out there, in fact, that we seem to make out figures such as Pharaoh Sanders or Sun Ra through the ever-present (see titles such as »4/20 Jam« or »Summer Rolls [Midnight Munchies Jam]« for reference) fog. What seems so effortless, casual and relaxed over the entire run time, finally, is in fact merely evidence of the band’s musical mastery and precision: The staging of gaps, the fraying, dripping track ends and its general weirdness is part of the modeling of the history of a music that formed without a »quantise« command. —