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workman

Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.

 

I get  hungry for dinner at height that’s why this lady is a tramp. 

workman

Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.

 

I get  hungry for dinner at height that’s why this lady is a tramp. 

workman

Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.

 

I get  hungry for dinner at height that’s why this lady is a tramp.

workman

Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.

I get hungry for dinner at height that’s why this lady is a tramp
Ma tête pend mais je dois finir ça

 

Workman

Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.

 Ma tête pend, mais je dois finir ça

Workman

Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.

 

I get hungry for dinner at height that’s why this lady is a tramp

Ma tête pend mais je dois finir ça

Workman

Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.

World Street Walking

Director: Yasuhiro Himukashi.
Asia is a chaotic place where 'history', 'culture', 'popular life', and 'modern technology' are all mixed. A Japanese character wanders the cities of East Asia and gets lost in the maze; as if he cannot judge whether it's a dream or reality. The camera enter in the depths of Asia.

Wu Xia - A Martial Arts Tango

Director: Johnny K. Wu.

'Wu Xia' means Martial Arts Knights, and it takes two to tango. Follow the two as they are readied to confront the 5 elements to see if they are worthy of the opponent. An all martial arts style extravaganza set in a distant future https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F59YGKfa3AA

Wyland Earth Day

Director: Chris Morrow.
Some of the biggest ideas in the world happen overnight. While CNN ireporter Chris Morrow covered the behind-the-scenes activity of the 2009 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, the last thing she expected was to stumble across one man's plans to paint the largest picture of planet earth. But 24-hours after boldly announcing his goal to do just that, renowned environmental artist Wyland put the finishing touches on "Earth: The Blue Planet:" a three acre interpretation of our world atop the Long Beach Convention Center. Using ingenuity, elbow grease, and thousands of gallons of eco-friendly paint, the prolific artist turned a dusty, dry roof into a watercolor painting that can easily be seen from the upper reaches of the stratosphere. "Wyland: Earth Day" takes you inside the creative process behind the artist and his mission as told by the ireporter who chronicled the entire event.
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