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Motionpoems – ‘Working Order’

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Title: “Working Order”
Air Date: May 22, 2014

Client: Motionpoems
Executive Producers: Todd Boss, Egg Creative, Jennifer David

Production: Gentleman Scholar
Creative Directors: Will Campbell, Will Johnson
Executive Producer: Lindsay Bodanza
Head of Production: Rachel Kaminek
Art Directors, Lead Designers: Jordan Lyle, JP Rooney
Producer: Nikki Maniolas
3D Animators: Tim Hayward, Ben Grangereau, Ryan Kirkwood
2D Animators, Designers: Sang Shin, Peter Lee, Heather Aquino, Calvin Prieto

Poem: “Working Order” by Dora Malech

Score: Singing Serpent Music
Sound Design: Eleven Sound
Mixer: Ben Freer

Casting: Sound Lounge
Director: Carrie Faverty
Voice Over: Anthoula Katsimatides

Working-Order

Sci-Fi: since 1902 – A Supercut

 collects 62 of the greatest Sci-Fi films from the past 112 years in this supercut

Introduction speech by Orson Wells: “War of the worlds”, BBC radio.

1902- Voyage dans la lune
1927- Metropolis
1929- Fraud in Mond
1931- Frankenstein
1933-The invisible Man
1936-The Devil Doll
1951- The Day the earth Stood still
1953- The War of the worlds
1956- Forbidden Planet
1956- Invasion of the Body Snatchers
1957- The incredible Shrinking Man
1960- The Time Machine
1960- The village of the damned
1966- Fahrenheit 45
1968- A space Odissey
1968- Planet of the Apes
1971- A Clockwork Orange
1972- Solaris
1973- Fantastic Planet
1974- Soylent Green
1977- Close encounters of the third Kind
1977- Star Wars: episode IV, a new hope
1979- Alien
1979- Stalker
1980- Star Wars: episode V, the empire strikes back
1982- Blade Runner
1982- E.T.
1982- The Thing
1982- Tron
1984- Terminator
1985- Back to the future
1985- Brazil
1986- The Fly
1987- Predator
1987- Robocop
1989- Back to the future II
1990- Total Recall
1991- Terminator II
1993- Jurassic Park
1995- Ghost in the Shell
1995- Twelve Monkeys
1997- Abre los ojos
1997- Cube
1997- Gattaca
1997- The fifht element
1999- The Matrix
1999- Being Jhon Malcovich
2001- Donnie Darko
2002- Akira
2002- Minority Report
2005- V for Vendetta
2006- Children of Men
2008- Wall-e
2009- Avatar
2009- District-9
2009- Moon
2009- Watchmen
2010- Inception
2011- Super-8
2013- Star Trek Into Darkness
2013- Gravity
2013- Her (final speech)

Man in the Moon

Is Grit Stifling Our Creativity?

Stressed out, relentless, martyrdom is often viewed as part and parcel of success. From the sleepless persona of the Tech entrepreneurs, to the ubiquitous chatter around “grit,” tenacity has become synonymous with achievement. Yet, new emergent research is illustrating that perhaps dogged determination has been glamorized far beyond its usefulness.

Stifling Creativity

I have been a dancer since I was three years old. When I finally graduated to pointe shoes at the age of ten, I was thrilled. Pointe shoes were notorious for their pain and so naturally, were associated with everything badass and superstar.
I displayed my newly blistered and bloody toes to anyone who would look (sorry friends and family).
It was confirmed. I was the real deal.

Success hurts. Progress takes blood.

These ideas seemed obvious, almost mathematical in their simplicity to my ten-year-old mind. “No pain no gain.”
But does it? Does success always necessitate pain?

We are conditioned to endure, to soldier on, to suck it up. Yet, the research on innovation, creativity, and insight paints a more complex picture. Obsessive overwork– the ballet dancer who dances well past the limits of her bloody feet–may lead to a deficit in the quality of the result, not an increase.

It’s undeniable that grit, sweat, and hard work are core components of expertise. It would clearly be overly simplistic and inaccurate to dismiss their linchpin role. However overworking undermines our success in three major ways: creativity, problem solving and social connection.

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Bill Murray’s Bachelor Party Speech

Bill Murray decided to give an impromptu one when he crashed a bachelor party in South Carolina.

Speaking about relationships and after you think you found “the one”.

Take that person and travel around the world, Buy a plane ticket for the two of you to travel all around the world, and go to places that are hard to go to and hard to get out of. And if when you come back to JFK, when you land in JFK, and you’re still in love with that person, get married at the airport.

Sounds like an interesting plot for a movie: The story behind this and the full video:

Over Memorial Day weekend, 20 of my buddies from Boston College got together in Charleston for our friend EJ’s bachelor party. At one point during dinner at a steakhouse, one guy goes to the bathroom downstairs and sees Bill Murray sitting with some people with a fishing vest on. We talked to the waiter to see if we could send him some drinks, to which Bill declined. One of my buddies then went down and asked if he’d come up and say a few words for EJ and got a “No thanks.” My buddy comes back up dejected and tells us it’s not going to happen. Two minutes later, Bill f—ing Murray walks into the room and gives this speech.

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