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Community Films signs Director Marius Crowne

Community Films has signed Director Marius Crowne to the company’s diverse roster of talent.

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Zambezi took over Silicon Valley's office.

Are you a fan of the show Silicon Valley? If so, you might be interested to know that season three's storyline of tech startup Pied Piper moving into new office space, mirrors the reality of Za

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Musicians take heart: bandcamp has your back

We're not even halfway through 2016 but the year is as bleak as still ever for musicians. Despite best efforts to convince the world that streaming/webcasting is the inevitable future and it is great for artists one need only look at some examples closely and skepticism sets in.

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Assembly Signs Director and VFX-Guru Samuel Bennetts

Assembly is thrilled to welcome versatile director Samuel Bennetts into their cavalcade of distinguished talent. Previously repped by Acne, Samuel brings an approach to storytelling that does not pigeonhole him into any particular style.

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Will humans live with robots in the future?

Geometry Global Japan, in partnership with Tezuka Productions, have created “Robot Town Sagami 2028,” an animation depicting a future society where human beings and life supporting robots co-exist in harmony.

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Here's what fishing without ChromaPop looks like

Here's a web series for SMITH Optic’s popular ChromaPop sunglasses. These sunglasses make everything crystal clear and optimize colors to make spottin' them fishes easier. Eight out of ten people prefer them. So this web series answers the old "who are the other two," question.

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Ad Chat - Mehdi Lamloum on creative revolutions and understanding people

Mehdi Lamloum joined Geometry Global in Malaysia as Executive Creative Director, but before that he was your TEDx Speaker, bartender, vlogger and guy with a a masters Degree in Taxation. No, seriously.

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Häagen-Dazs makes psuedo-code headlines for San Francisco posters

Anyone traveling with BART in San Francisco is likely to spot these posters for Häagen Dazs , where the 'headline' is meant to be some sort of psuedo code. It uses square brackets just like Smalltalk and the "Greater Than" sign that makes my brain turn it all into greentext.

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