RiP!: A Remix Manifesto is a 2008 open source documentary film about the "the changing concept of copyright" directed by Brett Gaylor.
The power of music explodes in this spectacular, show-stopping remix edition of the Emmy Award-winning "High School Musical"! The smash-hit Disney Channel Original Movie everyone is talking about now features hours of awesome new bonus features that will rock your world. Take a front-row seat on the red carpet for the star-studded Hollywood premiere, and join the High School Reunion where the cast reunites in an exclusive interview where they talk about how their lives have changed dramatically since being a part of this movie phenomenon. Plus, stand up and experience the Dance-Along (as seen on Disney Channel), where Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay and Ryan give step-by-step instructions to popular dance sequences "Get'cha Head In the Game" and "We're All In This Together". Hear two exclusive remixed versions of your favorite songs and watch three new music videos. "High School Musical: Remix" is everything you've been looking for - and more!
Remix of the 1988 cult movie "The Needle": Moro returns to Alma Ata to collect money owed to him. While waiting out an unexpected delay, he visits his former girlfriend Dina, and discovers she has become a morphine addict. He decides to help her kick the habit and to fight the local drug mafia responsible for her condition. But Moro finds a deadly opponent in "the doctor," the mafia kingpin who is exploiting Dina.
How LFTR, the Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor, will unlock abundant clean energy stored in Earth's plentiful thorium.
Directed by Johanna Vaude.
Talented 16-year-old Ruben gets the chance to have what most teenagers want - fame and success. But what are the costs?
Ricky, a perverted ice cream shop owner, wants to boost declining sales by renaming his shop to "Scoopettes", and markets it as an adult ice cream store. This sleepy town's ice cream store has started serving a little more than just your typical flavors, dishing out gobs of Virgin Vanilla and Busty Buttercrunch, but wait - what's that? Eeeeek! There's an eyeball staring up from the Cherry Vanilla! The five girls, whom Ricky calls "The Scoopettes", are so hot the ice cream will never stay hard! But everyone leaves with a smile and much, much more! It becomes apparent that someone doesn't like the success that Ricky is experiencing when one of the Scoopettes is found murdered in the freezer. The killing of the girls continues one at a time and the customers find a little extra in their ice scream!
The a remix of the second in a four-part video art series produced by duo Christiane Dellbrügge and Ralf de Moll in the early-'90s, this piece continues the series' themes of incorporating art theory into video art, particularly through the juxtaposition of words and images. Here, text from the original video exploring the intersections and conflicts between electronic media and the creation/reception of new media art is dissected into individual words that are then pair with split-second images and sound clips. Further, the original soundtrack has been removed and replaced with a more conventional, drum-and-base like soundtrack; the sequence of words-and-images has been sped up; and a Japanese speaker now presents a vocal accompaniment to the text.
"At nature nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed."
The city of Guangzhou is home to China's largest community of African immigrants. Despite facing prejudice and the risk of deportation, three African hip-hop artists strive to change perceptions and achieve a better life in their new land of opportunity. This short documentary explores China's burgeoning African entertainment industry through the lives of three African hip-hop artists who are trying to find success in the face of challenging labor and immigration laws in China's southeastern city of Guangzhou. The film follows the entertainers as they prepare for their shows, perform, and live their daily lives with their Chinese and African family members and friends.
A video memoir in which artist John Sanborn explores the seismic artistic upheaval wrought by three great artists: John Cage, Marcel Duchamp, and Nam June Paik, celebrating the ways each artist challenged assumptions about what defines an artist, art, and the relationship of creator to audience.
A re-edit of Petit’s Radio On (1980)
Over twists, presses, and wash-and-goes, filmmaker Cheryl Dunye joins other clients and hairstylist DiAna DiAna in her South Carolina salon to discuss the current impact of AIDS on Blacks in the south, and what has changed and stayed the same since DiAna was featured in a seminal short video by Ellen Spiro thirty years ago.
An ambitious four-part documentary, now available as a single video with proper transitions all the way through, unified styling, and remixed and remastered audio, on the history and cultural significance of sampling and collaborative creation.
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Listen to the way you pray, and to the prayers of those around you, and you'll hear these four tried and true phrases often - familiar words we've probably been saying over and over to God since we first learned how to pray. Yet, while these prayers are part of the Biblical journey, the fact that they dominate our conversations with God can indict a me-centered faith that is distant from the New Testament adventure we are called to in Christ. ReMIXED prayers embrace these four concepts, while moving towards a healthier, God-centered prayer language that saturates our thoughts and words with the phrases, "Let Me Bless You,""Live Through Me," and "No Matter What, Use Me." A subtle shift based on radical truth. Potent prayers for a full life.
An ambitious four-part documentary on the history and cultural significance of sampling and collaborative creation.
On this music competition show, some of the coolest musicians rejig, reshuffle and remix popular Bollywood songs. A singer and DJ team up to create a fresh spin culminating in a musical extravaganza.
Remix was an Indian television series produced by Rose Audio Visuals, which used to air on STAR One. It was a hit among teenagers and had reruns on the same channel. The series is a remake of the popular Argentine soap Rebelde Way.
Reality Remix was a daily, half-hour American television show that recaps what's occurring in the world of reality television. It was one of the original shows on the Fox Reality Channel. Reality Remix was hosted by former MTV veejay Lisa Kennedy Montgomery. However, it featured a number of correspondents. The current correspondents were: Mark Long, Amanda Avila, Todd Newton, Lynn Warren & Alex Ali, JD Roberto and Nathan "Nate" Gonzalez. There was also a round table interview segment with Erin Murphy, Anna David and B-side. The daily edition of Reality Remix aired Monday through Friday at 7:30/4:30 PM ET/PT. An hour-long Weekend Edition aired on Saturdays, and episodes were also available on the show website. The 500th episode aired on July 12, 2007. On May 24, 2008, Reality Remix aired its final episode.
In this new work by Marie Chouinard, the company's ten dancers execute variations on the exercise of freedom. Often, the dancers appear on points: on one, two, and even four at a time. In a spectroscopy of the gesture, we also see them using different devices - crutches, rope, prostheses, horizontal bars, and harnesses - which at times liberate their movements, at others fetter it, and at still others create it.
Cyress was a peaceful planet until Solomon, a mysterious terrorist group lead by Duran Gash, seizes seven PDP missiles that are capable of destroying entire planets. Jim Hyatt is chosen to be the man to lead a team to do what seems to be impossible: Find a way to both rescue the hostages and reclaim or destroy the deadly PDP missiles. The problem though is that the team members don't really like each other...
Akbar Birbal Remixed is a series of Hindi webisodes/mobisodes launched by Rajshri on the Rajshri.com portal on July 1, 2008. Mobisodes of Akbar Birbal Remixed are available in SMS, MMS, video and audio formats. The show will thereafter be made available on the TV, home video and FM Radio.