Velvet Art – Cosplay Documentary



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Cosplay it’s a wonderful hobby and adventure. Sadly not everyone knows this and has a nerdy perspective on this hobby.
With this small story we tell what cosplay is about and how it spread over the world.
And to make you as Coser proud on your hobby!

Hear the words of the 2 Dutch cosplay teams, how they got inspired and work on their costumes. What cosplay means for them en most of all how they enjoy all of it.

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Faces of Asian Americans at William and Mary Documentary



As part of the creative component requirement of THEA 340 — Acting Asian American and in celebration of APAHM (Asian Pacific American Heritage Month), this documentary was made.

This video is the culmination of a month’s work of interviewing 25 Asian Americans at the College of William and Mary. Everyday, with my cohort Priscilla Lin, we interviewed and transcribed what each person had said and pulled a quote and posted it along with a picture on the Asian American Student Initiative facebook page. The purpose of “Faces of Asian Americans at William and Mary” was to showcase the different faces of Asian Americans that the campus has to offer. We really wanted to see how Asian Americans really see themselves and how their identity impacts them as well as their thoughts of the overall Asian American community on campus.

It was a wonderful yet tiring experience and I am definitely satisfied with what was made in the end.

CHHESKO – New Nepali Full Movie 2016 Ft. Archana Paneru, Rajan Karki | Archana Paneru's Debut Movie



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The Art of Making a Tapestry



Learn how tapestries were made in the time of Louis XIV and are still made today. Explore the process of tapestry weaving at the Gobelins Manufactory in Paris, where historical techniques dating to the time of Louis XIV are used to make contemporary works of art.

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The Bristlecone Project: Men Overcoming Sexual Abuse & Assault – Documentary Trailer HD



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An emotional and informative 30-minute documentary featuring individual stories of men overcoming childhood sexual abuse. Through their participation in The Bristlecone Project, these men hope to inspire others to tackle the various stigmas surrounding this painful issue.

The mission of 1in6.org is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood live healthier, happier lives.

The Bristlecone Project, and awareness initiative of 1in6.org, gives a voice to those men who have suffered sexual abuse as children.

I guess start at the beginning it takes one victim to come forward and then when one victim comes forward other victims come forward and I find myself sitting here talking about having been abused as a kid and I didn't even have a clue that was true until two years ago I am 61 years old and why haven't they before they say because I thought I was the only one or I didn't think anyone would believe me when I was in the third grade there was this computer teacher who kind of took me under his wing he had taken me to his house and molested me for the first time I had accepted it for so long and internalized it and that I must be a blame or at fault that I'd wanted it in some way I had been treated by some people that I loved and told that I wasn't worth a damn thing but my view started when I was six it was a family member and I just felt so empty and ashamed like after those things would happen and those of us who were harmed were wounded as children have to deal with the conflict between those wounds and the message that we all receive as men thought there is something wrong with me you know it happened to me because I wasn't a man in that masculine or in a competitive world there is no room for vulnerability being sexually abused I can't ignore the impact that that has had on my life but it's not all of Tony's we are seeing in being completely open completely public about what happened to us we will communicate that it's possible to cast off that shame in that stigma and talk to somebody and a voice that said you know they can't hurt your spirit they can hurt your flesh but they can't hurt your spirit I'm looking for the aha moment and I found it almost immediately as soon as I acknowledge publicly what happened to me along this journey in life is gonna be just that one step within finally the love and the light had broken through all of the pain and the fear and that's when my life changed really I just asked each man to to tell his story exactly the way he wants to we have no plans to end the Bristlecone project at some number of survivors and we will continue on into the future for as long as they are men who want to volunteer

Notes from the workshop – a Luteshop documentary



A glimpse into the working life of Martin Shepherd, lutenist and lutemaker. This video features interviews, as well as performances by the luthier on his own instruments.
Click ‘show more’ for full list of music. Best watched in HD.

Subtitles presently available in English. French subtitles will be added soon.

Filmed, directed and edited by Francis Shepherd, music played by Martin Shepherd.

1. Robin is to the Greene wood Gonn – Anon. (Folger lute book, f.16)
2. [Recercar] (Ness 8) – Francesco da Milano (Siena lute book, f.20)
3. Fantasia (Ness 82) – Francesco da Milano (CUL Dd.2.11, f.16)
4. [Prelude] – Anon. (CUL Add.3056, f.10v.)
5. [Recercar] – Francesco da Parigi (Siena lute book, f.25)

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Like many people who get interested in
the lute, I started off playing the guitar and I
found myself playing lots of transcriptions of lute music and harpsichord music and early music generally on the guitar, so it was quite natural to want to play that music on the lute. Another attraction actually was that the lute is a much more social instrument. The repertoire of the guitar is very much solo music and there are lots of lute duets, there are lots of songs
and you can play continuo… and all of this was very attractive to me, so eventually I managed to buy a lute. Almost as soon as I'd done so, I discovered that actually there are lots of different
kinds of lute, and because the lute repertoire is so enormous and covers such a wide span of time, about three centuries from about 1500 to about 1800, you really can't play all of that music
on one instrument – you need several different instruments… and so it's quite natural to want to play music from a particular period on the instrument for which it was written. I couldn't afford to buy another lute, so I
decided to have a go at making one. I had some woodwork experience: I had some bad woodwork experience at school. I had some slightly better woodwork experience with making model
aeroplanes and in fact a very specialized kind of model aeroplane which involved making very very light structures and (them)
very very accurate… so maybe that had some influence on on the lutemaking which I've subsequently done. This is a seven course lute, it has thirteen strings: six arranged in pairs and one single string at the top. Often this single string was in fact a double string, at the time when this kind of lute was very popular, which was the end of the 16th century, and this
particular lute is typical of the kinds of lutes which were made by German makers in Northern Italy, in Venice and Padua at the end of the 16th century. The body is made up of thin strips of wood we call these ribs, in this case it has thin strips also sandwiched between the ribs to give that effect. It has what we call the capping strip round the end which
reinforces the the construction of the body. At this end of the lute there is a block in this case made of willow, you can't see it it's inside, to which all the ribs are joined, and then the neck is joined to the block with a butt joint, and there's a screw or nail that goes through the block and into into the neck to reinforce that joint. The semitones are determined by gut frets which tied around the neck and having frets which are simply tied in place means that you can actually move them
slightly to adjust the tuning. The strings go over a very sharp angle as they go into the pegbox, over what we call the nut, which in this case is made of bone. The bridge is just a solid piece of wood. It's actually rather light: it's cutaway at the back and at the front and its function really is just provide an
attachment point for the strings. and it mustn't be too heavy. The rose is a purely decorative feature there has to be some kind of opening in the soundboard but the size of the opening is not particularly important, and the design of the rose is even less important. The designs are traditional designs which were used by makers from the earliest lutes that we know about right through to some of the latest ones, so they're not particular to any maker. This is a complete lute back, it's been made on a solid mould, which is the shape of the inside of the lute back. If I take it off, you can see that the back is made of very thin wood, these very thin ribs, which are bent on a bending iron – this is a piece of rib from a different lute, which was bent on this bending iron. So if we want to make a lute, which is based as closely as possible on a historical model, the obvious thing
to do is to find a lute in a museum and use that as the basis for the modern reconstruction. What we have here is a drawing, a very accurate drawing of a lute in the Warwick County Museum. It dates in its present form from the
17th century and this drawing shows exactly what the
instrument is like now, warts and all, as it were. There are
various distortions obviously, that have happened over the centuries and some, what you might call innacuracies in the original construction: the body for example is not completely symmetrical we don't think
there's anything systematic about that it just happens to be a little bit wonky. So we're going to have to make
another drawing, which we can use as a basis for our reconstruction, which straightens out some of these little irregularities. The history of the lute is largely a history of increasing the number of strings on the instrument. The lute was well established European musical culture by the 15th
century and it was also towards the end of the 15th century that
people started playing the lute with their fingers rather than with a plectrum, and this gave rise to a new kind of notation, specifically intended for the lute, called tablature. in 1507 a whole string of
publications came from Italian presses right through the 16th century
and they are all for a lute with six courses – six pairs
of strings top string often single. This if you like
is the classic form of the lute in the 16th century. Towards the end
of the century, people started to add more and more strings to the lute. We think this may be due to developments in string technology
amongst other things, and by about 1600 or so, and lutes or nine and
sometimes even ten courses were being used, and the extra strings were all added in the bass, so the original six strings
are as they are here, but then with an extra
set of strings in the bass, giving more scope for playing lower notes and also being able to play lots of notes as open
strings, rather than as strings stopped on the fingerboard. Lutes had always been made in a variety of sizes, partly because people wanted to use them
not just for solo music, but for accompanying the voice and other
instruments, and towards the end of the 16th century, there was increasing use of the lute in early opera and things which required a very loud lute, and one way to make a lute more brilliant is to take a very large lute, but tune it at a
very high pitch but of course that's impossible normally
because the top string is already tuned very close to breaking point. So a kind of lute was developed where the top string and sometimes the second
string were tuned an octave lower than the normal pitch and that results in a rather strange tuning, which we call a 're-entrant' tuning. Another problem was to get a strong enough bass, and one way to make
the bass stronger is to have very long bass strings. And so, around the middle of the 1590s, this instrument was developed, called a theorbo. It's essentially a bass lute with the re-entrant tuning of the top two strings. And it also has long
bass strings which go to an upper pegbox nearly twice as long as the strings on the fingerboard. So you have really essentially the top six strings of the lute and then a series of eight, seven or eight long bass strings
which are played only as open strings, like a harp. They're tuned to a scale so that you can play almost any bass note that you want to play as an open string. By 1600, the lute had not only gained more strings, there was also some
experimentation with the tuning, and the French in particular started detuning the upper strings of the
lute, so that the first string was tuned to a lower pitch than before, and eventually this process led to the development of completely new tunings for the top six strings, which gave more, gave different resonances to the instrument, and they got very interested in
exploring these resonances. This kind of lute developed yet more courses and the classic French lute of the 17th
century has eleven courses. And this persisted, this type of lute was used until around 1700, a at which point interest in the lute in France really died out essentially, and the Germans, or German-speaking countries took over this lute and added yet more strings to it and we end up with a 13 course lute by about 1720.

Next on Episode 6 | Couples Therapy | SHOWTIME Documentary Series



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The Lost Castle Of Dundrum | Time Team (Norman History Documentary) | Timeline



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Tony and the Team search for the remains of a renegade knight’s Norman castle in one of Northern Ireland’s most picturesque spots.

King John sent John de Courcy to Ireland in 1170 as part of his invasion force, but de Courcy rebelled against his king’s orders, instead establishing his own small kingdom and building a fine castle to defend it. King John refused to tolerate his disobedience and sent the loyal Hugh de Lacy across the Irish Sea to defeat him.

De Courcy’s castle was rebuilt, and much of its replacement is still standing. But the experts are convinced that some of what remains dates from de Courcy’s time, and the archaeologists set out to find the lost structures.

As they survey and dig within the huge castle walls, the Team are in for a big surprise. It seems the site was occupied by tribal chiefs for many centuries before anyone had even heard of the Normans…

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Arts & Science Sculpture Commission Documentary



The Arts & Science Sculpture Commission brings together arts and science through public art in the brand new campus parkland, the Green Heart, at the University of Birmingham.

After an open call, four artists – Andrew Gillespie, Hipkiss & Graney, Intervention Architecture, Juneau Projects – were selected to develop their ideas for the sculpture responding to the theme of arts and science in diverse ways, from the histories of scientific innovation at the University to biodiversity and climate change.

Each artist has created a small scale model of their sculpture, which will be on display in the Green Heart, next to Muirhead Tower, on the very spot where the final sculpture will be installed in Spring 2020.

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A Course in Miracles Movie Documentary Trailer



The documentary A Course in Miracles – Enlightenment or Bust! follows this inspirational story of a curious guy who has come upon a teaching that sparked a Spiritual Awakening experience. Anxious to learn more about the Course, Craig sets off to meet teachers who have gone before him in their journey. Unbeknownst to Craig, the making of this documentary, his willingness to dive into the Course and the application of its principles would radically shift his perception on life. The movie cast includes Gary Renard, David Hoffmeister, Carrie Triffet, Jacob Glass, Rev Tony Ponticello, Earl Purdy, Britney Shawley, Tom Glod, Tom Quattrochi, and Craig Villarrubia. www.acimdocumentary.com

MYSTIFY : Michael Hutchence (DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM) – Nadia Sawalha & The Popcorn Junkies REVIEW



Mystify: Michael Hutchence is a 2019 documentary film about the life of musician, actor and singer-songwriter Michael Hutchence, lead vocalist of the Australian rock band INXS. It is written and directed by Richard Lowenstein and relies primarily on rare archive footage, outtakes, private home video and audio commentary provided by friends, ex-partners, band members, record producers and family. An Australian-British venture, the film was co-produced by Ghost Pictures, Passion Pictures with Madman Entertainment and Dogwoof serving as distributors. It is in association with Baird Films and Film Victoria. Mystify: Michael Hutchence had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on 25 April 2019, and was theatrically released in Australia on 4 July 2019. The film is scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom on 18 October receiving generally positive reviews from critics.

Mystify covers the life of INXS lead singer Michael Hutchence which features private home video and archive footage. It mentions an incident while bicycling on holiday in Copenhagen with girlfriend Helena Christensen, where Hutchence gets shoved to the ground by a taxi driver, hitting his head on the kerb losing consciousness. Included in the film are recollections with voice-overs by Kylie Minogue, Michele Bennett, from siblings Rhett and Tina Hutchence, stepmother Susie, producer Nick Launay, Bono and INXS band members, composer and keyboardist Andrew Farriss, guitarist Tim Farriss, bassist Garry Gary Beers and drummer Jon Farriss.

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“TIME: The Kalief Browder Story” is a documentary series chronicling the life of a 16 year-old student from the Bronx who spent three years on Rikers Island without ever being convicted of a crime. Kalief Browder was walking home from a party when he was arrested for allegedly stealing a backpack. He spent an unconscionable three years in jail awaiting trial–two of which were spent in solitary confinement. Charges were ultimately dropped, and Browder took his own life shortly after being released. Browder’s tragic story has galvanized activists and reformers alike in the name of justice.

Swimming with Basking Sharks | Documentary



We go in search of the second largest Shark on the planet the Basking shark! Along the way we learn all about the basking shark, from how big it can grow to what it feeds upon. Did you know that these gentle giants of the sea are very closely related to Great White sharks?

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THE BLACKFOOT NATION | Canada's First Nations



We travel through southern Alberta, Canada to learn more about the Blackfoot Confederacy, one of the most legendary tribes of the North American plains.

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okay ready okay three two all right what's up everybody I'm Alex I'm Marco and we're the vagabrothers and this week we're exploring Blackfoot culture in Alberta Canada the Blackfoot Confederacy is one of the most legendary tribes over North America for nomadic bison countries who thousands of years followed the great curves along what is now the u.s. Canadian border today the Blackfoot reside in both Canada and the United States from Montana to British Columbia and Saskatchewan but our journey started in southern Alberta at one of the black foots most sacred places writing-on-stone Provincial Park good morning guys we've just arrived to riding on stone Provincial Park this place is considered very sacred by the Blackfoot nation this is considered to be the meeting of the spiritual and physical worlds and you can see just looking around why it's such a cool place so we're going to learn a little bit more about black culture with our guide and interpreter Desiree yellow horn guys this is so serene right now such an awesome way to start the day Desiree's gonna take us down to some more petroglyphs and pictograph the Blackfoot believe that this area is inhabited by many spirits often called grandfathers and grandmothers the air the valley here actually belongs to them it's their home this area is considered very sacred so you can equate it to such places as Jerusalem or Mecca so you said there's petroglyphs pictograph yeah he tells just how many there are in the park a rough estimate thousands of petroglyphs hundreds of pictographs writing-on-stone here was a way for them to actually communicate with the spirits so some of the rock art here is believed to be created by the spirits as messages for the people we haven't really counted them all mainly because every time we decide to go exploring we always find something new it's a way for us to teach our ways of life share around 20 or 30 years ago First Nations were depicted as the other but now we're not seen as the other were seen as all together we're all interconnected guys this is incredible all of these rocks pretty much for a couple of miles there's thousands of petroglyphs there's hundreds of pictographs each one's unique and it tells a different story it's pretty fascinating huh bro I think it would be cool I mean what inspires people to depict art really reflects the symbols and the values of culture and we're just learning a little bit about it it's our first day exploring Blackfoot culture and so far so quite enlightening it's a beautiful place to it's just amazing that it lasts for like five hundred plus years and that we're still sitting here marveling at it you know that many hundreds of years later they say that when these symbols disappear from erosion that the story is finished but for now we're here able to enjoy them and learn about their meaning and the dollars that they represent and it's not her to do so grab well that was super interesting learning about Blackfoot rock art and petroglyphs but now the Sun is high in the sky it's lunch time and Desiree has offered to cook us some traditional Blackfoot meals so I hope you're hungry brother starving okay let's go do it what are we going to make here called panic in fit Gunny it's basically well fried bread so two cups of flour at the flour k2 baking powder components on this fry bread so far yeah it's like a beat so you make Omega Psi mini pizza pie brah all right so this pemmican was used to sustain people when they're going traveling or during hunting raids it's like kinda like corned beef hash a little bit whether it's definitely some berries in there what's gnarly I think if you ate a lot of this so would probably have some trouble coming out the other end and it looks like quite the spread so we got me coming in here dry bread and then berry soup Saskatoon berry soup Dunkin Donuts got nothing on this we got a little bit of powdered sugar now you're getting creative well it's been an absolutely incredible day learning about Blackfoot culture but now we're going to take a little bit of a sunset cruise down the milk river the milk river is running all the way through the park God's name in English from Lewis and Clark the native it's milky consistency right now it just seems like the creamiest cool awesome way of us finishing this day so let's get into inner tubes and float down down right now we are about two hours south of Calgary at a unesco world heritage site called the head smashed in buffalo jump is a place where the Blackfoot have come from for 6,000 years to Stampede the Buffalo off the cliff to use their bodies to make food shelter and clothing to survive the winter so today we're going to meet some modern Blackfoot we're going to teach us more about their culture or connect Sorensen Van Akua has secured not just repeat a b.p dr. geeks six kites tepee hello my name's Trevor foot I come by way of Blackfoot speaking people I'm a ceremonies I am part of our very sacred society called the horn society and has since I'm at the highest level of our culture in terms of spirituality in essence we celebrate nature you saw us dancing here earlier and we were dancing to the heartbeat then drumming is representing the heart the heartbeat of light thing and so that's what we're celebrating in the dance ancestors has made many sacrifices and left us a very rich history which we portray to you today still alive it's a living culture this particular site is I have a head smashed in Buffalo John but there you know it's just one form of how we used to harvest the Buffalo and our survival very well existed with it with the Buffalo we were not landowners where people did care take after which we have here is an Adelaide spear throw you would have three parts would at the shaft got the handle and you have a dart that we set set in at the front part ever since I read about these in anthropology class I wanted to use one to be my dream comes true oh so the atlatl hello so here we have the ad level this was like before the arrival of Europeans with bows and arrows and guns this was the original way of long-distance growing smoother launching spear watching so Clayton here has been showing us how to do it like a master point through the animal where you're at step into it and just follow through pretty good I don't know I do have a fundamental lack of coordination that we're now going to try test it's true I'm right-handed what the hell I'm like this right you're right head you want to use your left hand you're use your left hand for right-handed you'll get business man use your left in also getting my head row right hand is it good right I have a feeling this is you either stab me in the toe or go way off but oh wow that night we camped on the river a fellow rock TB camp when we were guided through the forest and shown the blackfoots ancient wisdom finding medicinal plants foraging for berries and tracking wild animals she left back gone there actually the first time ever hug the tree I'm so much here and breathe for thousands of years the Blackfoot lived in harmony with nature taking only what they needed and using every single piece of the Bison by the 1870s white settlers had hunted the Bison to near extinction the Blackfoot were forced to settle on reservations adopt a sedentary lifestyle and assimilate into European society these days the Blackfoot don't dress like they used to they wear blue jeans and t-shirts like the rest of us but their culture lives on through their language their dances and the writing on the stones alright guys hopefully you enjoyed that video if you want more information about how you can explore Blackfoot culture check out travel Alberta's website in the info box as always if you enjoyed the video make sure you give it a thumbs up share it with your friends and subscribe to vagabrothers for new travel videos every tuesday the meantime stay curious keep exploring and we'll see you guys on the road peace ok guys hopefully you enjoyed that video make sure you check out some of our other videos from Alberta on the left you have the Calgary Stampede or mark and I dress up like Cowboys for a week and on the right you have the Badlands incredible scenery dinosaur bones and paleontology also if you haven't done it yet make sure you click that 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R. Strauss: Complete Works for Voice and Piano – Documentary



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To celebrate the 150th birthday of Richard Strauss, TwoPianists Records is proud to introduce a new, authoritative, 9-DISC SET of the COMPLETE WORKS FOR VOICE AND PIANO by STRAUSS — a seminal collection that is set to become the reference standard for these vocal masterpieces, not least because of the inclusion of the first ever recordings of two Strauss songs: “Aus der Kindheit” and “Herbstabend,” TrV226.
Under the artistic guidance of renowned mezzo-soprano, Strauss expert and stage director Brigitte Fassbaender, the project brings together 13 singers, handpicked by Fassbaender, to record the 179 extant songs and two melodramas that comprise Strauss’s oeuvre for voice and piano. Praised for their performances on the opera stage and in the concert hall, these German speaking singers, the majority of whom are notable Strauss interpreters, have more than done justice to the varying interpretive styles required by the songs.

This 9-CD box set will be officially launched on R. Strauss’ birthday, 11 June, on the Richard-Strauss-Festival by Brigitte Fassbaender.

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The Iran Job Documentary Film Trailer (Basket-Ball)



When American basketball player Kevin Sheppard accepts a job to play in one of the world’s most feared countries–Iran–he expects the worst. But what he finds is a country brimming with generosity, acceptance, and sensuality. With a charismatic personality that charms everyone he meets, Kevin forms an unlikely friendship with three outspoken Iranian women who share with him their strong
opinions on everything from politics to religion to gender roles.
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The Iran Job Documentary Film Trailer. In theaters September 28th, 2012.

The Iran Job Documentary Film Trailer (Till Schauder – 2012).
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my first response when I thought about Iran was hell no but God put something in my spirit and said you need to get away from the familiar and go to the heart family and Here I am [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] yeah a little better man let them talk maybe it won't pop I don't believe in a song because

THE BATTLE OF THE LAST PANZER | The Last Panzer Battalion | Full Length War Movie | English | HD



A group of German Tank Crew fight to survive in france while a french woman falls in love with the German lieutenant.
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Meghan admits she was warned British tabloids 'will destroy your life' | ITV News



The Duchess of Sussex has admitted she was naive about the British tabloid press and revealed she was warned they “will destroy your life”.

Mum Meghan told ITV’s Tom Bradby the year since marrying Prince Harry had been “hard”, but said she’s tried to “adopt this British sensibility of a stiff upper lip” as a coping mechanism.

She says when she first met the duke her friends in the US were “so happy because I was so happy” but a British friend warned her: “You shouldn’t do it – the British tabloids will destroy your life.”

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I will always protect my family and now I have a family to protect at times it was emotional but throughout it was revealing a rare glimpse into the pressures and into the struggles of the royal families most prominent couple and what was clear their biggest struggle rightly or wrongly is with the attention they get day in day out from the tabloid press it's hard when I first met my now husband my friends were really happy because I was so happy but my British friends said to me I'm sure he's great but you shouldn't do it because the British tabloids will destroy your life and I very naively am an American we don't have that there what are you talking about make any sense I'm not in tabloids and get it since that interview the couple have launched legal action against three newspapers but as Harry said some stories have hurt them just as they hurt his mum for me and for my wife you know of course there's a lot of stuff that hurts especially when the majority is untrue I will not be bullied into into into playing a game that's they killed my mom and what of all those rumors have a rift with his brother William they are Harry admitted truth it never to be you know stuff stuff happens but like we're brothers where we'll always be brothers and we're certainly on different paths at the moment but I will always be there for him and as I know he'll always be there for me and we don't see each other as much as we as much as we used to because we're so busy as brothers you know ever good days you have bad days the relationship with his brother the loss of his mum the pressure of protecting his family and criticism justified or otherwise of what he does how Harry was asked is all that affecting his mental health its management its constant management I thought I was out of the woods and then suddenly it all came back and something realized actually no this is something that's that I have to manage Harry and Megan have a lifestyle people can only dream of and privilege few will ever realize but inside the royal family right now Megan said they don't have happiness it's not enough to just survive something right I think that's not the point of life you've got a thrive you got to feel happy and I think I really tried to adopt this British sensibility of a stiff upper lip but I think that what that does internally is probably really damaging when you've heard this couple speak in the way they have tonight you won't be surprised to hear they do now plan to take some time out you

How Jack Became Black | Official HD Trailer (2018) | Documentary | Film Threat Trailers



How Jack Became Black follows Eli Steele’s quest to explore the impact of the multiracial baby boom upon a nation that has embraced divisive identity politics. He interviews a large number of Americans of two or more races, while also examining racial controversies in the news, including the George Zimmerman trial and white privilege. Steele uses undercover cameras and blunt man-on-the-street interviews and the result is an unvarnished look at race in America from the perspective of a man with no allegiance to a single tribe.

The critically-acclaimed documentary, How Jack Became Black, will be available through cable via iN DEMAND (Comcast, Charter, Cox, RCN), iTunes, and Amazon. This comes after nationwide screenings that have received high praise and reviews. Radio personality and comedian Adam Carolla described the film as “eye-opening.”

The film begins in Los Angeles where local, award-winning filmmaker, Eli Steele, who is deaf and multiracial, attempts to enroll his son, Jack, into the local public elementary school only to be told that he had to choose a “Primary Race” box to identify his son. Jack represents his family’s third multiracial generation: black, Jewish, Mexican, white, and Native American.

Worse, the Los Angeles Unified School officials informed Steele that if he did not pick one race, Jack would not be allowed to enter the school to begin his education. Why does race matter so much? How did we get here as Americans?

Directed by Eli Steele.

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TransVisible: Bamby's Story – Documentary Film Teaser – Compressed.mov



Documentary Film teaser for “TransVisible: Bamby’s Story” by Dante Alencastre. Inspiring story about a Trans Latina woman, Bamby Salcedo, based in Los Angeles, who has lived on the margins of society and is now a renowned Trans community advocate.

Inside Rolls Royce | Documentary HD



Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited is a British luxury automobile maker. A wholly owned subsidiary of German group BMW, it was established in 1998 after BMW was licensed the rights to the Rolls-Royce brand name and logo from Rolls-Royce plc and acquired the rights to the Spirit of Ecstasy and Rolls-Royce grill shape trademarks from Volkswagen AG. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited operates from purpose-built administrative and production facilities opened in 2003 across from the historic Goodwood Circuit in Goodwood, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom. Rolls-Royce Motors Cars Limited is the exclusive manufacturer of Rolls-Royce branded motor cars since 2003.

Although the Rolls-Royce brand has been in use since 1906, the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars subsidiary of BMW AG has no direct relationship to Rolls-Royce branded vehicles produced prior to 2003. The Bentley Motors Limited subsidiary of Volkswagen AG is the direct successor to Rolls-Royce Motors and various other predecessor entities that produced Rolls-Royce and Bentley branded cars between the foundation of each company and 2003, when the BMW-controlled entity started producing cars under the Rolls-Royce brand.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom four-door sedan was the first product offered for sale in 2003. Since then, the company has expanded its product line to include extended wheelbase, two-door coupé, and convertible versions of the Phantom sedan, as well as the smaller Ghost four-door sedan and Wraith two-door coupé.
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The Biggest Loss Of My YouTube Career. (Documentary)



These last 2 months have been one of the biggest challenges in my life. From morning to night I gave it all I got in hopes for a powerful performance on fight night. Obviously, the night wasn’t mine and I fell short of victory, but still I stand. I have been learning a lot from defeat and continue to grow each and everyday. I wish I could go back and relive the night, fix my mistakes, handle the pressure better, but what’s done is done and I have to live with this result. After this journey, I plan on continuing to post on YouTube with original content and come back with the content that you all once loved. I hope to make you laugh and inspire through different types of work and I would be very grateful if you were to join me on this journey. I need a purpose in my life or else I tend to go off the deep end and don’t want that for my life again. So if you’re willing to join me, Hello. Let’s do this together.

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Fred Hampton (Documentary)



Fred Hampton (August 30, 1948 – December 4, 1969) was an American activist and revolutionary, chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party (BPP), and deputy chairman of the national BPP. Hampton was murdered while sleeping at his apartment during a raid by a tactical unit of the Cook County, Illinois State’s Attorney’s Office, in conjunction with the Chicago Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in December 1969. A civil lawsuit filed in 1970 resulted in 1982 in a settlement of $1.85 million.

Next on Episode 9 | Couples Therapy | SHOWTIME Documentary Series



Lauren and Sarah make a choice about their future. Alan and Evelyn find a path forward. Elaine and DeSean feel a shift. Orna feels the weight of her work, and marvels at how bizarre her profession is. Finale. All episodes streaming now on SHOWTIME.

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COUPLES THERAPY unlocks a hidden world: other people’s relationships. Far from reality-show caricatures, this is true documentary filmmaking that brings viewers into the authentic and visceral experience of weekly therapy with four couples. World-class therapist Dr. Orna Guralnik deftly guides the couples through the minefield of honest confrontation with each other and with themselves, revealing the real-life struggles — and extraordinary breakthroughs — typically hidden behind closed doors.

How to Make Handmade Candy With Panda Design | Où se trouve: CandyLabs



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With spectacular reception of our previous how to make traditional hard #candy video, we decided to return to Candy Labs for Round 2. An ever more disappearing art, these specialty candies are made by hand. Our video documents a roughly 3 hour process of one of their popular original designs, and is edited into a 20 minute in-depth episode about a day in the life of a candy maker and the techniques involved in making artisan candy. Follow Lin and Mei as they make an even more complex design: a #Panda. Using old fashion techniques, they transform a giant mass of sugar into tiny sweets – it’s tempting to say you may even need a microscope to see the little face, or at least really good glasses. These candies are made on-site at their store, hidden in a corner of downtown Montreal – see address below.

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This Is Home Trailer (2017) Documentary



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This is not just a story about devastation. It’s not a story about tragedy, oil, or the environment. This is a story about how a husband and wife immigrated from India to Northern Alberta to start a new life. It’s a story about the different people that came to call Fort McMurray home and how 30 years after the filmmaker was born there, his home-town almost burned to the ground.

From the ashes of one of the worst natural disasters in Canadian history, this documentary explores the restoration of hope in a community that faced tragedy and devastation.

Var Bhalla (narrator and guiding character) returns to his hometown after ‘the Beast’ ravaged the city. The repercussions of the fire introduces viewers to the characters in the story and the life-changing effects it had on them.

The story focuses on the immigration of the Bhalla family before shifting to the relationship between the filmmaker and his brother as they reflect on life growing up in the isolated north and connect with members in the community.

This documentary aims to strip away the dramatization of the mainstream media and connect viewers to the raw human experience of finding the strength to rebuild after chaos.

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10 hours a day! Ping Pong Ping Pong Ping Pong Ping Pong. For most of us, table tennis is a game. But for the young Olympic hopefuls at the ICC in Milpitas, it’s all business. Except when it’s just a game. California is a place!
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ANOTHER EARTH | KEPLER 186F – Full Documentary



If Alien exist where do they live and how do they live?
Scientists say a world that’s 490 light-years away qualifies as the first confirmed Earth-sized exoplanet that could sustain life as we know it — but in an environment like nothing we’ve ever seen.
The planet, known as Kepler-186f, is “more of an Earth cousin than an Earth twin,” Elisa Quintana, an astronomer at the SETI Institute at NASA Ames Research Center, told the journal Science. Quintana is the lead author of a report on the planet published by Science this week.
“This discovery does confirm that Earth-sized planets do exist in the habitable zones of other stars,” Quintana said during a Thursday news briefing at NASA Headquarters.
Kepler-186f goes around an M-type dwarf star that’s smaller and cooler than our sun. But it orbits much closer to its parent star than Earth does, within what would be Mercury’s orbit in our own solar system. Those two factors combine to produce an environment that could allow for liquid water on the surface, assuming that the planet had a heat-trapping atmosphere.

“The star, to our eyes, would look slightly orange-y,” about a third again as big as our sun but only a third as bright, said co-author Thomas Barclay, a staff scientist for NASA’s Kepler mission who is also affiliated with NASA and the Bay Area Environmental Research Institute. At midday, Kepler-186f’s landscape might look similar to what we see on Earth an hour before sunset, he told NBC News.
Or it might not: If the planet lacked an atmosphere to retain and redistribute its sun’s warmth, it would be a cold, dry, lifeless world.

Kepler-186f probably rates as the most potentially Earthlike planet discovered so far, said Jim Kasting, a geoscientist at Penn State University who did not play a role in the Science study. But he told NBC News that it’s still “less likely to be habitable than planets around more sunlike stars.” Even better prospects for alien habitability might well be identified in the months and years to come.

How the world was found

Kepler-186f is just the latest discovery to be pulled out of terabytes’ worth of data collected by the Kepler mission. Before it went on the fritz last year, the Kepler space telescope stared at more than 150,000 stars in a patch of sky, looking for the telltale dimming of starlight as planets passed over the stars’ disks. Nearly 1,000 exoplanets have been confirmed using Kepler data, and almost 3,000 more candidates are still awaiting confirmation.

It takes years of observation to confirm the pattern of dimming and brightening that’s associated with alien planets, particularly if the planets are small and far from their parent stars. In February, astronomers reported that at least four worlds circled the dwarf star known as Kepler-186 or KOI-571. In this week’s Science paper, Quintana and her colleagues confirm the existence of Kepler-186f as the fifth and outermost world.
They report that Kepler-186f is about 10 percent wider than Earth, tracing a 130-day orbit around its sun at a mean distance of 0.35 astronomical units. (An astronomical unit is the distance between Earth and our sun, which is 93 million miles or 150 million kilometers.) That would put Kepler-186f on the cooler, outer side of the star’s habitable zone — the range of orbital distances where liquid water could exist on a planet’s surface.

Astronomers have confirmed the existence of other planets in their stars’ habitable zone, but those prospects are super-Earth-size. Smaller habitable-zone candidates also have been found, but they have yet to be confirmed as planets.

Barclay said Kepler-186f was particularly promising because it’s less than 1.5 times the size of Earth. Planets in that size range are more likely to be rocky with a thinner atmosphere, like Earth, Mars and Venus. But worlds exceeding that size stand a better chance of retaining a thick atmosphere of hydrogen and helium, like the giant planet Neptune.

“While those planets also could be rocky, they don’t remind us of home,” Barclay said.
Could we actually detect signs of life on Kepler-186f? That’s a tough one. The astronomers behind the discovery acknowledge that the planet might be just too far away for follow-up studies. The SETI Institute has been searching for radio signals from the Kepler-186 system over a wide frequency range (1 to 10 GHz), but so far nothing has been detected.

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My Best Friend Jacob Talks Hidden Opportunities For Producers Scoring Films, Sync Placements + More



My Best Friend Jacob Interview on the Producergrind Podcast. Another podcast live from LA. In this episode we talk to Jacob about his come up working as a producer and videographer and how he blended both worlds to create opportunities for him to monetize making beats. Most producers try to figure out “how to get placements” or the selling beats online route. Most of us are leaving a lot of opportunity and money on the table by not pursuing tv/film sync placements or film scoring projects. The dope thing about Jacob is the fact that he does all his fim scoring in FL Studio (including the new Travis Scott Documentary Look Mom I Can Fly. We also brought up some of Jacob’s favorite producer advice from our Ryan Leslie interview as well as producer beat selling sales funnel advice from our Legion Beats interview

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HOT WATER Documentary Trailer



When you were growing up, how many people did you know who had cancer?

How many do you know today?

Filmmakers Liz Rogers and Kevin Flint go to South Dakota following a story about Uranium contamination only to discover that the problem flows much farther, and runs deeper than they could have imagined. Three years and thousands of miles later, “Hot Water” tells of those impacted by Uranium mining, atomic testing, nuclear energy and the contamination that runs through our air, soil and even more dramatically, our water.

From ‘Fat Man’ and ‘Little Boy’ to ‘Duck and Cover’ we believed it was safe to eat, drink and breathe in the shadow of the Atomic Bomb. “Hot Water” begs the question, are the 38 million people in the American southwest aware that their water supply is filtered through millions of tons of radioactive waste lying on the banks of the Colorado River?

Our ground water, air and soil are contaminated with some of the most toxic heavy metals known to man — the subsequent health and environmental damage will take generations and in some cases, thousands of years to heal.

Follow Liz, Kevin and their team as they travel the American west and expose uranium mining and our atomic legacy for what it is, and for what it’s left behind.

One, Two, Three (Documentary) – trailer



ONE, TWO, THREE (Documentary, 74min., HD)
Director: Arman Yeritsyan
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Producers: Inna Sahakyan
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Fabian Gasmia
Co-producers: Henning Kamm
Frode Søbstad

Armenia’s only elderly dance troupe, practices for their latest performance. But, more than just learning the steps to a new dance, they are learning that you can never be too old to turn it all around; that even in the twilight of your life you can love, dream, and find wonder in the world!
The film won the Golden Apricot award for the best documentary film in the Golden Apricot Yerevan International Film Festival 2015

Filmmaker describes his documentary about Ethiopia a true sanctuary of humanity



It took Charles Dominque a documentary film-maker from Canada three trips to Ethiopia, in total 20 weeks to fully embrace the culture and beauty of Ethiopia to create a documentary which he is very proud of.

“I don’t know how many times I have been to Africa but even then, I did not really know that much about Ethiopia. I did not expect how fabulous and extraordinary Ethiopia was going to be. Now that my project is finished, I wonder if I will ever be able to find such a wonderful and unique subject such as this,” said Dominque.

Real Shaolin Disciple Reacts to BBC Shaolin Master Documentary



Today I take a look at the recently released Mini-Documentary that the BBC filmed at the Shaolin Temple in China.

I spend three years at the Shaolin Temple training with the monks so this one is particularly interesting to me because I immediatly recognized the face on the thumbnail. So why not use this opportunity to give you guys my insights into how these videos are made and how accurate they actually are. ENJOY!

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WikiRebels – The Documentary (4/4)



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“Exclusive rough-cut of first in-depth documentary on WikiLeaks and the people behind it!

From summer 2010 until now, Swedish Television has been following the secretive media network WikiLeaks and its enigmatic Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange.

Reporters Jesper Huor and Bosse Lindquist have traveled to key countries where WikiLeaks operates, interviewing top members, such as Assange, new Spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson, as well as people like Daniel Domscheit-Berg who now is starting his own version – Openleaks.org!

Where is the secretive organization heading? Stronger than ever, or broken by the US? Who is Assange: champion of freedom, spy or rapist? What are his objectives? What are the consequences for the internet?”

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