Pvt. Snafu suffers the consequences of not keeping his equipment and weapons properly maintained.
A documentary about Steven Jerome showing the traditional art of basket making.
Calligrams Woody and Steina Vasulka 4:00 1970 Illuminatin' Sweeney Skip Sweeney 28:38 (ex. 5:00) 1975 Video Weavings Stephen Beck 28:00 1976 Five-Minute Romp Through the IP Dan Sandin 5:00 (ex. 4:00) 1973 Triangle in Front of Square in Front of Circle... Dan Sandin 3:00 1973 Video-Taping Ernie Gusella 5:00 1974 Exquisite Corpse Ernie Gusella 5:00 1978 Einstine Eric Siegel 6:00 1978 General Motors Phil Morton 1:00:00 (ex. 10:00) 1976 Merce by Merce by Paik Nam June Paik 30:00 1975 Crossings and Meetings Ed Emshwiller 27:33 (ex. 4:00) 1974 Complex Wave Forms Ralph Hocking 5:00 (ex. 4:00) 1977 Pictures of the Lost Barbara Buckner 23:00 (ex. 8:00) 1978 Video Locomotion Peer Bode 5:00 1978 Music on Triggering Surfaces Peer Bode 3:00 1978 C-Trend Woody Vasulka 3:00 (ex. 7:00) 1974 Switch! Monitor! Drift! Steina 4:00 1976
See and hear how the acclaimed director brings his unique vision to the screen with technologies that are now within easier reach for the independent filmmakers. Interspersed with behind the scenes footage from a recent project, Lynch muses on the art of filmmaking, offers wisdom to aspiring filmmakers, and shows you the power of today's tools to give you Room To Dream. Then take a closer look at how digital technologies can transform your approach to production. Using an Avid Xpress Studio HD system plus associated Digidesign and Softimage products, Room To Dream presents on-screen demonstrations--featuring clips from Lynch's project--that walk you through the pre and post production, editing, color correction, visual effects, tilting, final output, and more.
This non-narrative short film examines one of the great American icons: the Louisville Slugger baseball bat. The film was conceived by its co-directors, Marlon Johnson and Dennis Scholl, along with the Louisville Orchestra's conductor, Teddy Abrams, to be screened set to a live performance by the orchestra of Claude Debussy's "Jeux".
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Dakota Dan, who runs the saloon and gambling hall, is refusing to take another drink with the boys, who commence to kid him, saying he's been scared to drink ever since he heard the new parson's daughter was going to convert him. Dakota flushes and replies half angrily that he has never seen the parson's girl and don't ever want to. However that afternoon Daisy goes to the saloon and invites Dakota to attend church. Dakota refuses her invitation. Daisy tells him she will make a bargain with him to tend his bar for five minutes if he will go to church the next day. Dakota is slightly startled, but he admires her grit and accepts the challenge. Daisy goes behind the bar. The men line up and she is about to serve a fresh guy when he suddenly reaches over and kisses her. Dakota immediately knocks him "cold," and, ashamed of his bargain with Daisy, grimly escorts her to the door. The next day he tells the men that if they don't accompany him to church he will close.
The ABC of Hand Tools is a 1946 Disney animated short film. It was sponsored by General Motors. This is an educational film in two parts. Part one covers metal shop, and part two covers wood shop. Primitive Pete does everything wrong in both environments. He uses the tools incorrectly, allowing the narrator to correct him. It also features his female counterpart, who is constantly distracting him.
Andrew Richards, Chad Beeder and Larry Larsen host this deep dive into the tools used on the tech support show Defrag. Each Defrag Tools show focuses on a specific tool, going deep into a tool's features, explaining when and why you should use the tool, and provides experience based tips to get the most out of the tool.
When it comes to his career, Jack Shea always screws things up. But now that he's taking over his father's Mr. Jiffy Fix business, he's got another shot at nailing it.