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Op-ed: Twitter banned Milo to stay attractive to film studio advertisers

Twitter banned notoriously controversial journalist Milo Yiannopolous from their service all together the other day, and the entire internet exploded.

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The Transport Accident Commission wants you to meet Graham

The Transport Accident Commission in Victoria, Australia, has collaborated with a leading trauma surgeon, a crash investigation expert and world-renowned Melbourne artist Patricia Piccinini to produce Graham.

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Lobo Expands to New York with Executive Producer Luis Ribeiro at the helm

Lobo, the award-winning São Paulo-based design and animation studio, is staking its claim in new territory with the official opening of its first US office.

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Luma Welcomes Executive Producer of Animated Content Jill Gilbert

Santa Monica and Melbourne-based creative studio Luma proudly announces the hire of industry mainstay Jill Gilbert as Executive Producer of Animated Content.

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Award-winning Director Matt Ogens Joins Bullitt

Bullitt is excited to welcome director Matt Ogens to its director roster. Ogens is an award-winning filmmaker and commercial director, known for an evocative visual aesthetic where image and narrative are intertwined.

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GenPop Grows Roster with Award-winning Director Patrick Brice

Acclaimed director, actor and writer Patrick Brice joins GenPop’s ever-growing roster of top creative talent, further strengthening the company’s artistic diversity.

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"Birth of a nation" movie poster shows star in American Flag noose

A bold statement of movie poster design for Nate Parker's "Birth of a nation" shows Parker's character, Nat Turner, being hung by a noose made out of the American flag.

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Step aside RIAA, the new creators care about copyright now.

A TL;DR for people who don't read articles all the way through because words: The whack-a-mole DMCA system is as bad for Youtube content creators as it is for rich musicians.

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