Holly, an anxiety-ridden high school sophomore, is faced with the challenge of giving a class presentation.
Love's Presentation is a study by filmmaker James Scott of the British artist David Hockney at work in April 1966, when he began a series of etchings based on love poems by the Greek/Alexandrian C.P. Cavafy.
Presentation designer and internationally acclaimed communications expert Garr Reynolds, creator of the most popular Web site on presentation design and delivery on the net - presentationzen.com - shares his experience in a provocative mix of illumination, inspiration, education, and guidance that will change the way you think about making presentations with PowerPoint or Keynote. Presentation Zen challenges the conventional wisdom of making "slide presentations" in today-s world and encourages you to think differently and more creatively about the preparation, design, and delivery of your presentations. Garr shares lessons and perspectives that draw upon practical advice from the fields of communication and business.
One of Jordan Belson's presentation reels used in the Vortex Concerts.
Simplistic drawings portray the myths and rituals of the ancient Moche civilization as interpreted by the filmmaker from the artwork on Moche pottery, inspired by Donnan McClelland's "Sex and Death."
Just Gender tackles the all too often misunderstood world of transgender. The film explores the common myths and misunderstandings about transgendered people, as well as the confusion between sexual orientation and gender identity as reflected in the rigid binary view of the world generally held by society. Just Gender also touches on the discrimination, hardships and brutality resulting from those misconceptions and prejudices, including the numerous deaths caused by hate each year. Through the stories of transgender individuals and their spouses, friends, and allies, the film explores the confusion, the isolation, and the fear felt by many transgender persons. It also reveals their growing awareness and acceptance, and ultimately their joy in blossoming comfort as transgendered persons.
In 1964 Film Culture magazine chose Andy Warhol for its annual Independent Film award. The plan was to show some of Andy's films and have Andy come on stage and hand him the award. Andy said, no, he didn't want a public presentation.
The content here is much more than mere talk. Seeing is believing - you will see how its done today and present with it tomorrow. You will gain whole new insights into the arts of gesturing, inflection and eye-contact that you simply can't get from any book alone. Best of all, Mr. Jefferys clearly demonstrates how mastering just one technique will give you the winning edge in the three most important aspects of successful presentations.
Two young people, Walter and Charlotte, are walking through a small village in Switzerland a snowy winter day. Walter introduces Charlotte to Clara, hoping to make Charlotte jealous. After saying good-bye to Clara, Walter accompanies Charlotte into her house, although she doesn't want him to. Charlotte is hungry and cooks a steak. She asks Walter if he wants a piece of it. He says no, but she gives him a small piece anyway. He wants a kiss, and she says no. She starts to compare herself with Clara, who Walter agrees is more beautiful. In spite of this, Walter says he likes Charlotte much more, but she thinks he is lying. She notices that he is cold and shivering. She hugs him, he kisses her, and she starts kissing him. After leaving the house he accompanies her to the train.
Coach W. Hickenbotham takes "Newhaven" out of his box and places the horse at the center of the paddock. Gardiner, the jockey, saddles up the horse, rides it and begins to spin, slowly.
In one lifetime a nuclear-armed world emerged, and with it the potential for global destruction on a scale never before possible. Directed by a former ABC network news executive producer, In My Lifetime provides a comprehensive look at the full scope and impact of the nuclear age from its beginnings to the present day, including the international efforts by citizens, scientists and political leaders to reduce or eliminate the nuclear threat. Through archival footage and contemporary interviews, In My Lifetime portrays the history of the nuclear era and the complex search for "a way beyond". Filmed in Europe, Japan and the U.S., the movie features international voices from many perspectives and different parts of the history.
The World at War: A Special Presentation - Secretary to Hitler
This is a commissioned project for San Francisco MOMA's Open Space website. Herschend was asked to choose a work from their permanent collection and create a reaction. He chose to create a proposal for a potential PowerPoint on the Philip Guston's painting "Evidence."
Oprah and Night author Elie Wiesel travel to the Auschwitz death camp in Poland. See the Holocaust through the eyes of a survivor.
Twenty-one presentations that provide audiovisual support for teaching the New Testament course. Two disc set.
Video presentations used with youth and adult Gospel Doctrine classes in the study of the New Testament.
Contains 12 short videos related to teachings found in the Old Testament. It can be used to supplement gospel doctrine classes, family home evenings, and personal study.
Although tens of thousands of young Americans struggle with obesity on a daily basis -only the fortunate few go to weight loss camp for the summer to learn how to live a healthy life. However, "fat camp" is hardly a restrictive prison. Teenage angst is just as much the rule of the day as maintaining a proper diet. MTV News & Docs followed five teens to fat camp for a day-by-day look at their struggle to turn their lives around and found that for these overweight campers - finding love, rebelling against authority, or just trying to fit in can be all-consuming obsessions.
The Dollmaker is an American made-for-TV movie, starring Jane Fonda, who was awarded the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or A Special for her performance. It was first broadcast on ABC in 1984. The movie is based on the novel of the same title, written by Harriette Arnow and originally published in 1954. Director Daniel Petrie won a Directors Guild of America Award.