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Vertical Film Festival

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Vertical Film Festival

Adam is co-founder/director of the Vertical Film Festival in Katoomba in Australia's Blue Mountains. Along with his sister Natasha, he created the Festival, the world's first competition for vertical video, as a platform for exploring cinematic undercurrents that make us think about how we frame the world. 
More details and a short essay on the format may be found at the Festival's website: http://vertical.video

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Al Quds Underground (I Live in the Centre of the World)

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Al Quds Underground (I Live in the Centre of the World)

In this online documentary, you can navigate your way through the web of streets that form the Old City of Jerusalem (Al Quds).  The interface give you an impression of moving through it.  Sometimes, you will find doorways that you can enter, doorways that take you into the hidden layers of Jerusalem.

 

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Sydney Opera House: Miscellaneous Videos

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Sydney Opera House: Miscellaneous Videos

Examples include Architects of Air’s Mirazozo, Joss Whedon live on stage, an interview with Gotham Chopra On The Future of Comics, Babies Proms’ The Four Seasonsand A Load of Rubbish, made as an in-house recycling-awareness video for Greening The House.

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Concerto F60

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Concerto F60

Concerto F60 will transform a former mining machine in Lichterfeld, Eastern Germany, into the world's largest musical instrument, to be played by professional musicians and Lusatian locals alike. It will be part of the IBA "Paradise II" programme for 2010, redefining an area transfigured by open-cut coal mining. 

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High Tide in Tuvalu

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High Tide in Tuvalu

What do you do when your tiny, idyllic coral atoll is a few mere metres above the Pacific Ocean, the waters are rising, and your biggest neighbour won’t acknowledge that it may be a contributor to the cause - or even that there is a problem?  “High Tide in Tuvalu” gives us an islanders’ perspective on Australia’s relationship with the Pacific in light of the most pressing, sink-or-swim environmental issue of our times: climate change. 

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