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New Hero in town By Ko Maruyama Here in Hollywood, it's not unusual to spot a GoPro in action. They're on nearly every movie and television stage, shooting main action and behind the scenes footage. But it's also a personal favorite around an active Los Angeles. The camera that makes even simple fun look epic is now even better. ...Read More »
Martin Scorsese To Exec Produce Grateful Dead Doc By Clip Syndicate The Dead are rising. A new documentary from executive producer Martin Scorsese about landmark psychedelic rock group the Grateful Dead is headed our way. Set to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the legendary jam-band led by Bob Weir and the late Jerry Garcia , the career-spanning retrospective will be directed by Amir Bar-Lev. ...Read More »
Air New Zealand's Hobbit Safety Video Is The 'Most Epic Ever Made' By Clip Syndicate Air New Zealand is looking to cash in on the Hobbit craze once again with its new safety video. The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made is being released ahead of the third and final film in the The Hobbit Trilogy, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. The instructional video features cameos from several of the trilogy's stars, including Elijah Wood and Peter Jackson. Some classics include the Richard Simmons dance party, and Baywatch's David Hasselhoff riding a tiny horse .

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Air New Zealand's Hobbit Safety Video Is The 'Most Epic Ever Made' By Clip Syndicate Air New Zealand is looking to cash in on the Hobbit craze once again with its new safety video. The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made is being released ahead of the third and final film in the The Hobbit Trilogy, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. The instructional video features cameos from several of the trilogy's stars, including Elijah Wood and Peter Jackson. Some classics include the Richard Simmons dance party, and Baywatch's David Hasselhoff riding a tiny horse .

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How NBC News Freelancer Survived Ebola By Clip Syndicate Doctors who treated him said on Wednesday that being young and healthy helped Ashoka Mukpo pull through Ebola--but he’ll be weak for months. Mukpo, a freelance journalist and camera operator who was on contract with NBC News when he got sick in Liberia, left the biocontainment unit at Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha after getting two blood tests a day apart that cleared him of the virus. ...Read More »
TV Production In Los Angeles Posts Third Quarter Increase By Clip Syndicate FilmL.A. reported Tuesday that regional TV production around Los Angeles continued on the upswing in the third quarter of 2014, but film production dropped slightly, by 4 percent, from the same period in 2013. Film L.A., which oversees permitting for on-location filming in the Greater Los Angeles area, said that TV production, amounting to 5,363 production days, increased 31.1 percent in the third quarter over the same period in 2013. ...Read More »
Animal Rights Group Honors 'Noah' Director Avoiding Animal Use In Film By Clip Syndicate Director Darren Aronofsky will be honored by the Humane Society of the United States for using computer-generated images instead of animals in this year's biblical flood epic "Noah," the animal-protection organization said on Tuesday. Known for his psychological films like ballet drama "Black Swan," Aronofsky said the easiest and most humane way to show the biblical animal kingdom he envisioned was through visual effects.

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Rome Film Festival: Wim Wenders On The Merits Of Slowing Down By Clip Syndicate German director Wim Wenders was in Rome to promote his latest documentary Salt of the Earth, co-shot with Juliano Ribeiro Salgado about the latter’s father, renowned Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado. Wenders had always wanted to meet his favorite photographer, a meeting which eventually led to the gorgeous ensuing documentary about a truly fascinating subject. ...Read More »
Hidden Cure? How People With 'Ebola-Proof' Blood Could Save Lives By Clip Syndicate As Ebola spreads out of control in West Africa, the World Health Organization reports a black market in blood from survivors. The epidemic is killing up to 70 percent of those who get sick, but the thousands who have survived have blood teeming with antibodies that protect them against infection again. Dr. Kent Brantly has donated serum to three other patients — fellow medical missionary Dr. Rick Sacra , NBC camera operator Ashoka Mukpo and Dallas nurse Nina Pham . ...Read More »
Citizenfour Review – Gripping Snowden Documentary Offers Portrait Of Power, Paranoia And One Remarkable Man By Clip Syndicate The documentary Citizenfour is about the very remarkable man, the former NSA intelligence analyst and whistleblower Edward Snowden, shown here speaking out personally for the first time about all the staggering things governments are doing to our privacy. Laura Poitras’s film shows the first extensive interviews with Edward Snowden, conducted in his hotel room in Hong Kong when he first revealed his information to reporter Glenn Greenwald: Snowden contacted him under the handle Citizenfour.

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