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1. Broken Limbs

Broken Limbs

Synopsis: Wenatchee, Washington, "Apple Capital of the World." This pastoral Valley in the heart of the Pacific Northwest prospered for nearly a century as home to the famed Washington apple. But the good times have vanished. Apple orchardists by the thousands are going out of business and thousands more await the dreaded letter from the bank announcing the end of their livelihoods and a uniquely American way of life. After his own father receives just such a letter, filmmaker Guy Evans sets out on a journey of discovery to try to find out what went wrong here in this natural garden of Eden. Along the way he witnesses small farmers forced off their land as they struggle to compete against the Goliaths that populate today’s global economy. The future looks grim for the Apple Capital until Evans happens upon an entirely new breed of farmer, practitioners of a new model for farming called sustainable agriculture. They have come to be known as the New American Farmers and they are finding success by going against the grain of conventional agriculture. The ideas that Evans uncovers define a path of renewal that could save not only his father, but farmers across America. BROKEN LIMBS explores these hopeful stirrings within agriculture, and outlines ways in which any individual can play a role in saving America’s farmers. Told from a hometown perspective, the film presents the stories of farmers attempting to create this new model for agriculture and emerging, more sustainable solutions to the crises of recent years – solutions applicable not just to apples and not just to farming, but to nearly any sector of the American economy troubled by the effects of consolidation and globalization. http://www.cultureunplugged.com/play/1087/Broken-Limbs


2. December 10, 2017 - Some Limbs Broken

  • Published: 2017-12-10T17:59:58+00:00
  • Duration: 1588
  • By Roswell UMC
December 10, 2017 - Some Limbs Broken

Dr. Tom Davis talks about Jesus' family tree and why it is so important that Matthew starts out by giving us Jesus' lineage. To give online, please visit: rumc.onlinegiving.org


3. O'Death - Lowtide

  • Published: 2008-10-28T14:48:40+00:00
  • Duration: 150
  • By Kemado Records
O'Death - Lowtide

The first video from O'death's new album Broken Hymns, Limbs & Skin. Directed by Benjamin Zeitlin


4. Mike Navarro Character Technical Director Reel

Mike Navarro Character Technical Director Reel

Reel breakdown: mikeanavarro.com/resume/mnavarro_demoBreakdown.pdf Characters shown are two of the characters I worked on during my time on Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. Rig features broken down by presentation per character: (CRANE) Wing rest setup and toggle Auto FK wing with toggle IK wing with attached IK spline system for additional deformation Secondary wing flap deformers with toggle Secondary limb deformers with toggle (FOX) IK foot setup FK tail with auto rotation "IK" tail based on point on curve system Secondary torso deformers with toggle FK tongue Teeth deformers with toggle FK ears Head Squash setup and wire deformer Clothing deformers on skirt Both character rigs shown feature the following: Full IK/FK limbs IK foot setup with multiple pivots FK spine with auto rotation Animatable COG pivot Secondary body and head deformers derived from a wire deformer Head Squash setup Face clusters provided by modeler Face blendshapes provided by modeler Clothing deformers


5. Freestyle's "Tick Tock" - Official Teaser

Freestyle's

Freestyle Watches presents the teaser for our first official full length team video from the 2K10 season. This film is put together on no corporate budget what so ever. It was a project meant to bring together several different crews from around the globe in hopes of showcasing the talents of all our hardworking riders and filmers. This is the trailer for what we were all able to achieve this past season. Our Riders: Ricky Bates, Jake Black, Ross Patton, BJ Linne, Luke Haddock, Shaun Murphy, Spencer Link, Nick Sibayan, Joachim Krogstie, Hakon L'Orange, OC Haugen, Thomas Haugen, Spencer Whiting, Patrick Waddell, Jon Strader, Ryan Pluche, Devin Allen, Davis Paul, Nick Rockwood, Geoff Isringhausen and Friends (you know who you are!) As always, here is a series of seemingly unconnected phrases and words that may or may not represent this film as a whole: ahem, sled rides, looney bean, goggle tans, pink rabbits, broken generators, fixing generators, more cops, no cops, sunflower seeds, crowley, Tommy Czechin, Burlington - not the coat factory, translations, accents (thats you Hakon), boarder patrol, broken cameras, dolleys and jibs, broken limbs, product shipments, watches galore, DVDs, MPG, working hard, hardly working, good times, more to come... Film Crews: I Heart Snow Productions - Ian Post NDifferent Films - Jameson Walter GrowUP - Wojtek Targosz, Sam Tuor, Greg Saunders Mt. High Media - Travis Neuroth Freestyle Media - Davis Paul Director of Photography: Nick Meistrell Team Manager: Chad LaBass, Davis Paul Director/Editor/Blah,Blah: Davis Paul Shot With: Tons of Stuff (Shout Out to the 5D though) Song: Tonite Only - This is Where the Party's At Song Sources: spartytunes.com Freestyleusa.com


6. CROWHURST | Take This Pain Away (official video)

CROWHURST | Take This Pain Away (official video)

Crowhurst _ Take.This.Pain.Away / official video promo album: II / label: Broken Limbs Recordings / Dullest Records all visuals by the †Denial of Service ©2016 -TheCreatorsBlog /VICE feature: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/alien-liquids-shapeshift-nightmarish-music-video the penultimate post by the denial.of.service ^ the chem/math-induced fractalic मण्डल closes via a travelogue of liquid terrains & decimated physiologies Crowhurst: https://www.facebook.com/crowhurstnoise https://crowhurst.bandcamp.com https://soundcloud.com/jay-gambit the †denial.of.service: https://www.facebook.com/dof.service http://soundcloud.com/states / https://soundcloud.com/mafucage https://www.mixcloud.com/palmer-eldritch https://www.flickr.com/photos/denialofservice / https://www.instagram.com/doservice http://www.behance.net/states https://twitter.com/densityofstate https://brokenlimbsrecordings.net https://www.facebook.com/brokenlimbs https://www.facebook.com/DullestRecords made with 3DSMax/Vray, ZBrush, MS kinect /Brekel's Pro PointCloud & Fragmentarium/v.3DickUlus made with 3DSMax/Vray, ZBrush, MS kinect /Brekel's Pro PointCloud & Fragmentarium/v.3DickUlus most of the fractalscapes couldn't have been created had it not been for Patryk Kizny's generosity & ingenious TGen (advanced noise functions code) for Fragmentarium/Synthclipse https://www.facebook.com/kiznyvisuals https://vimeo.com/kizny http://kizny.com Brekel: http://brekel.com/brekel-kinect-pro-pointcloud/ Fragmentarium 3DickUlus: http://www.digilanti.org/fragmentarium


7. Leon on Wheels

Leon on Wheels

www.edgarsmission.org.au/animals/leon-trotsky/ There’s no stopping him now! At just over three weeks of age, little Leon Trotsky has more spunk than most who are ten times his size and he has already beaten the odds not once but twice. Being born a ‘farm’ pig, Leon was destined for the plate, but then an accident caused by his injured mum (which claimed the life of two of his siblings) saw Leon up against it again. With his right hind femur both broken and dislocated, plus an injured hock and ligament damage on the other side, things could not have looked much grimmer for the wee chap. But no one told the plucky little Leon that these obstacles of his world should hold him back. His life was precious, and thankfully this was recognised by a kind hearted soul who sought a better outcome for Leon. But working with tiny bones and fragile piglets is never easy. Leon proved way too small for the tiniest of carts that would have otherwise taken the pressure off his compromised limbs. However, necessity is the Mother of invention and coupled with Leon’s determination, here’s the result…. www.edgarsmission.org.au/animals/leon-trotsky/


8. Snow Truck Ballet Under Broken Limb

  • Published: 2009-12-26T17:59:24+00:00
  • Duration: 243
  • By Daniel Denk
Snow Truck Ballet Under Broken Limb

December 26, 2009; the day after Christmas. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.


9. "The Eyes of Thailand" Highlights Reel

Soraida Salwala opened the World’s First Asian Elephant Hospital in Lampang, Thailand in 1993 to treat elephants that are ill or injured as a result of work, abuse or neglect. To date, she and her staff at the Friends of the Asian Elephant (FAE) Elephant Hospital have treated over 3,000 elephants for everything from eye infections to knife wounds, gunshot wounds, broken bones, drug addictions and building prosthetic limbs for the survivors of landmine accidents. "The Eyes of Thailand" is a color, feature-length, HD documentary film that exposes the problems facing the Thai Asian Elephants at the Elephant Hospital through Soraida’s quest to save them.


10. Exray's - Hesitation

Exray's - Hesitation

Music by Exray's | Video by Michael Falsetto-Mapp exrays.tumblr.com | soundcloud.com/exrays | http://howellstransmitter.com --- The world became a factory Sky was overthrown Murals on Florida street Sidewalks beneath me Will you read the writing When the future builds a wall? Or drive across the bridges Everything you think You thought You knew? Hesitation Standing in the rows Long quiet rows of hesitation I'm not talking about the stillness All this patience you've got to pay When a world of ammunition Blows a perfect dream away This is something just as heavy Hanging from the limbs A branch that could get broken The truth must be spoken Standing in the rows Lines we have drawn Pictures on the wall Behind this song Make me wonder Who was ever even here? What a picture Could have had to fear? Hesitation So you join the factory What else could you do? Climb down memories Lying all around you People tell me things They think I should do But I still don't know How they're so sure They've never seen the door Hesitation Standing in the rows Long quiet rows of hesitation --- Featuring: Nate Query (Decemberists) Colin Held (Ray's Vast Basement) Amanda Hallquist (Future Twin) Warren Huegel (Citay)


11. O'Death : Lowtide

O'Death : Lowtide

O'Death : Lowtide (from the album Broken Hymns, Limbs, & Skin) directed by Benh Zeitlin (2008)


12. Tip 5 - Go Linear

  • Published: 2017-09-20T17:45:29+00:00
  • Duration: 497
  • By The Loop Loft
Tip 5 - Go Linear

Linear drumming is a style of playing where no two limbs hit at the same time. These grooves are typically broken up between the snare, kick, hi hat and toms, creating a unique, lilting feel. Using a DAW like Reason (again, utilizing the Dr. Octo Rex player), you can take "traditional" non-linear drum loops and strip away various elements of the beat to create your own customized linear drum groove. Using this method will open up a whole new world of beat making with your loop library.


13. Dark Sarah - Little Men

Dark Sarah - Little Men

Dark Sarah´s first music video from the becoming "The Puzzle" album. Help us to finish the album and contribute here: https://igg.me/at/darksarahthepuzzle/x/4282810 STORY: The Evil Tree had broken into pieces and Dark Sarah´s soul with it. She did not die, but was left in a loop between two worlds, between life and death. She was sent down to the River of Death to drift along the streams and she ended up on an island in the middle of a mighty ocean. She woke up on the shores of the misty island. It was a magical rocky island, the rocks were black and they sparkled like covered by millions of diamonds in the endless night. Sharp cliffs and huge statues painted the dark sky, the ocean was wild on its shores. Dark Sarah felt the air in her lungs - she was alive after all. She felt the strength coming back to her limbs, got up and started to explore the island. She found a cave and went in. There she saw a light twinkling in the back of the cave and started to move towards it slowly. She looked through the small hole and saw funny looking little men dancing wildly around the fire and carving a statue; a statue with her name on it. She watched them mesmerized and jumped into her imagination. She completely forgot herself and felt more than alive dancing with the little men in her daydream. But it didn´t last long and soon she realized she was back in the muddy cave.


14. Jeff Hobbs' Emotional Journey at The Chicago Marathon

  • Published: 2014-10-12T22:48:24+00:00
  • Duration: 192
  • By sarah lauch
Jeff Hobbs' Emotional Journey at The Chicago Marathon

Comcast SportsNet has been following the journey of Jeff Hobbs for over a year, as he trained for the Chicago Marathon. Jeff was born with spastic cerebral palsy, which affects all 4 of his limbs. For his entire life, the 35 year old has broken down every barrier put in front of him. October 12 was no different. Chris Boden has more.


15. O'Death - Legs To Sin - Live @ Bowery Ballroom

  • Published: 2009-01-12T22:29:54+00:00
  • Duration: 130
  • By Kemado Records
O'Death - Legs To Sin - Live @ Bowery Ballroom

Filmed at Bowery Ballroom in New York City on the last date of their Winter 2008 US Tour, this video shows the band at their most raucous. The track is "Legs to Sin" and it appears on their album Broken Hymns, Limbs & Skin out late last year. Directed by Autopilot.


16. Out of Port

  • Published: 2011-10-06T22:09:02+00:00
  • Duration: 649
  • By Warmland Films
Out of Port

The Rodriguez brothers were three- Charles, Earnest and Remington. They were odd in many ways, the most of which being their deep admiration and love for each other. Only once had they ever disagreed about anything and it was, of course, over a girl. A combined 82 stitches, 5 broken limbs and the painful removal of a spear-gun dart later, they decided never to let a female come between them again. That was until, they met Suzette... Cast: Kyle Salive Kris Nielsen Martin Story-Kapusta Gabrielle O'Neill-Montgrain Guest Appearances by: Daphne Batistella Jarrod Odell Narrated by: Nick Kendall Crew: Written and Directed by - Christopher Scott Avery Produced by - Darshan Rickhi Director of Photography - Sean Avery Art Director - David Avery Assistant Director - Chris Kummerfeldt Sound Designer - Alex van Nieuwkuyk Boom Op - Jesse Midtdal Grip / Gaffer - Ritchie Lyon Make-up - Sarah Huggins Featuring Music by: Henry and the Nightcrawlers


17. Nina Forever - Trailer

  • Published: 2016-01-10T15:24:11+00:00
  • Duration: 91
  • By Oli Russell
Nina Forever - Trailer

HOLLY wants to save ROB, has fallen in love with him. She is training to be a paramedic and works a dead end job in a supermarket where Rob is the only remarkable thing. Lost and angry since the death of his girlfriend NINA. Drawn into a relationship, the first time they’re in bed together so is Nina. A tangled and bloody mess of broken limbs, she is very much dead but still here, still talking, still angry… However Holly doesn’t freak out and run – she is determined to be the one who heals Rob’s wounds. She can deal with the dead girl sharing their bed, their lives, their minds. If it’s what Rob needs, it’s what Holly will do, whatever the consequences…


18. City of 7 Deadly Sins

  • Published: 2015-11-01T18:00:03+00:00
  • Duration: 16
  • By April Faison
City of 7 Deadly Sins

The City of 7 Deadly Sins was inspired by the 7 deadly sins and their punishments. The style and architecture inspired was by the Renaissance era, more specifically works that are related to religious meaning and symbolism. I found paintings by Hieronymus Bosch to be the main inspiration for the city. They building materials were UV wrapped along with some of the textures on the limbs. Pride: Broken on a wheel Lust: Burned in fire and brimstone Envy: Frozen in water Wrath: Dismembered alive Sloth: Thrown in a pit of snakes Greed: Boiled in water Gluttony: forced to eat snakes and toads


19. Keeping the 9/11 Survivor Tree Alive

  • Published: 2015-04-09T20:39:52+00:00
  • Duration: 176
  • By TIME Video
Keeping the 9/11 Survivor Tree Alive

Perched at the tip of lower Manhattan, the 9/11 memorial is surrounded by skyscrapers, covered in concrete and has an elaborate system of subway tunnels running underneath. That’s not the most optimal conditions for nurturing the more than 400 trees that grace the site. The trees are an integral part of the design of the memorial, symbolizing life and rebirth, and when fully grown will create a canopy of archways leading visitors around the area that memorializes the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. In 2007, team members from Peter Walker and Associates, the firm that designed the 9/11 memorial, contacted Baseline Inc. and asked them if their technology would be able to help monitor the trees at the site and keep them as healthy as possible. Baseline Inc. put their moisture sensors in with the trees while they were growing at a nursery in New Jersey and have continued to monitor them since they were moved to their new homes near the Freedom Tower. Of all the trees, the Survivor Tree stands out for something greater. It was found badly broken and burned among the rubble at Ground Zero, and then nursed back to health in Brooklyn and replanted at the site. The new life springing from its limbs is a living reminder of both the past and the present, symbolizing resilience and survival. John Fordemwalt, President at CEO of Baseline Inc., tells TIME that he and his team are committed to making sure that none of the trees, including the Survivor Tree, will die, “as a testament to the lives that were lost and the heroism of that day.”


20. "Angels of Milot" Preview

  • Published: 2010-08-22T16:40:18+00:00
  • Duration: 545
  • By EnFocus Media

ANGELS OF MILOT A helicopter flies in low over a tropical town. As it sets down on the emerald surface of a soccer field, crouched figures rush in to unload a precious human cargo: the severely injured victims of Haiti’s devastating earthquake. The location is Milot, 75 miles north of Port-au-Prince, safely outside the quake zone. In the disaster’s aftermath, Milot becomes a center for medical relief efforts, as volunteer doctors and nurses arrive. Their base of operations: Hôpital Sacré Coeur, which has been supported for more than two decades by an American aid group. After the quake, the hospital expands overnight, growing from two operating rooms to six. Tents spring up to house hundreds of new patients, giving the place the look of a military field hospital. And the injuries are often as severe as on any battlefield. Many of the patients, crushed under falling buildings, must undergo amputation – adding to their physical and emotional trauma. Our camera is there to capture the horrors and the hope of those first days and weeks, as a team of orthopedic specialists struggles to save lives. Unique access to the hospital and the volunteers is allowing us to capture dramatic and moving footage every day, and to follow stories over time. This film will be very different from the news coverage of the quake, providing a more intimate look at the daily tragedies and triumphs at Sacré Coeur, from the perspective of those at the center of the action. Great characters have already emerged: doctors and nurses, fighting fatigue and stress under difficult conditions… and patients who have endured terrible suffering, but are willing to share their experiences. Here are just a few of the compelling stories: Dr. John Lovejoy, Jr., a retired orthopedic surgeon from Jacksonville, Florida, who has volunteered at Sacré Coeur for years. He’s the leader of the surgical team, with an infectious optimism, and ambitious ideas for his patients’ recovery. And his son John III, also an orthopedic surgeon, has joined him on this mission. Joseph Edelyn, a young double amputee. The staff calls him “Light” because his perpetual smile brightens the entire tent. But with no legs, and no home to return to, what does his future hold? Chadey Michell who arrived by helicopter from Port au Prince by herself, Neika Fortin-Love who was separated from her mother for 18 days and Dove Valsin, the quietest of the three who was pulled from the rubble four days after the quake by her 15 year old sister. The three muskateers –all seven years old, all of whom had to have one leg amputated are fitted with prosthetic legs at the lab and help each other heal with encouragement and laughter. Tim Traynor is a retired electrical engineer whose background in construction led him to volunteer his services to the Crudem Foundation to complete a building study and implement a reconstruction plan for the hospital. Luckily, Tim was on a volunteer trip at the hospital when the earthquake struck and was able to address key infrastructure issues resulting in the influx of patients and become the Initiatives included securing a water supply, addressing waste issues, adding electricity to the schools across the road to be used as the new triage and operating rooms - all in a matter of crucial hours and days when receiving the wounded. Dr. Rick Pitera, the only anesthesiologist on the ground in the first week who was running six Operating Rooms simultaneously for 15 hour days. Richnulda Pierre, a baby who was believed killed along with many members of his family. When his mother finds him still breathing, he is flown to Milot, and from there to the US Navy medical ship Comfort. He returns to Sacré Coeur in a few days with a bad haircut and a rosy prognosis from neurosurgeons. Kim O’Brien is a Physician’s Assistant from Children’s National Medical Center having had a previous career in the Reagan Administration. Denise Hoffman, a pediatric nurse from Missouri who lost one of her legs to cancer when she was 19. She develops a special bond with the amputees, inspiring them by her example… and showing them what a prosthetic limb can do. Dr. John F Lovejoy, III, a pediatric orthopedist from Children’s National Medical Center. The residents of Milot are part of our story, too. They are poor, but as their local hospital begins to fill with quake victims, they gladly pitch in, cooking for patients and staff, providing clothes and supplies, even singing to them. In Jacksonville, Florida a 40-foot shipping container is outfitted as a mobile prosthetic unit, a project spearheaded by John Lovejoy. This portable clinic is shipped to the hospital in Milot, to provide the post-operative care, physical therapy, and artificial limbs that are almost impossible to obtain in Haiti. We will be following and filming the progress of the mobile unit, from the docks in Jacksonville to the grounds of the Sacré Coeur. Over the coming months, we’ll follow the ongoing stories of the doctors and patients we met in the first days after the quake. Some are still in the hospital. Others will return there to be fitted with new artificial limbs. As they travel the difficult road to recovery, their stories will serve as a microcosm for the story of Haiti, in the aftermath of its tragedy. We’ll see how the dedication of the volunteers of Milot is giving amputees a leg up… helping them to rebuild shattered lives, and mend a broken country. The film’s creative team includes executive producer Ellen Lovejoy, writer Jaime Bernanke and director/cinematographer Bernardo Santana. Ellen has served since 2002 as SVP of Sales and Programming for Target Entertainment Group. She has dealt extensively with both buyers and commissioners at US network and cable broadcasters, most recently forging deals with HBO, National Geographic, Investigation Discovery and Masterpiece Theater on PBS. Bernardo is a native of Puerto Rico, who began his career in Panama. He has extensive experience in news, documentaries, and features, including filming with coalition forces in the Iraq War.