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WALTER BENJAMIN LIVE! "storytelling", part 8. The writings of Walter Benjamin are a bridge linking the Jewish hassidic mysticism of Nachman of Breslav with today's secular avant garde cultural scene. In this 102 minute video my project is to bring to life Benjamin's essays "The Storyteller" and "Unpacking My Library", by making use of Gestalt Therapy dreamwork that I personally do on one of my own dreams. The dreamwork serves as a means to illustrate how Walter Benjamin's ideas find expression in typical human situations. My main thesis is to demonstrate that what Gestalt Therapists label "dreamwork" is one example of what Walter Benjamin labels "storytelling", what Nachman of Breslav labels "torah" or "prayer", and what Bertold Brecht labels "epic theater". In this dreamwork (or storytelling or dvar torah or prayer or brechtian theater performance) I am dealing primarily with my relationship to my deceased father, Henry Wepner, may his soul rest in peace even in spite of my artistic shenanigans. Benjamin was a colleague of both theater director Bertold Brecht and Torah scholar Gershom Scholem. Benjamin's work relies heavily upon Nachman of Breslav's "Collected Essays" ("Likutei Moharan"), which fall within the Platonic stream of dialectical thinking. I like to think of Nachman of Breslav, Walter Benjamin, Fritz Perls and Lee Breuer (of the Mabou Mines Theater) as "rebbes of the avant garde". This project combines new dreamwork on my own life with excerpts from 20 hours of my other videos, and also with fragments of 1500 pages of my essays, all of which you can find in their original complete form at my website. TO VIEW OR DOWNLOAD ALL MY VIDEOS OR ESSAYS (ALL AT NO CHARGE), PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: franklynwepner****. ALSO PLEASE NOTE MY NEW EMAIL ADDRESS, IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH ME ANY COMMENTS ABOUT MY WORK: fwepearthlink****. IN THE LISTING OF VIDEOS THE LETTERS (HQ) REFER TO A HIGHER QUALITY VERSION OF THE VIDEO, WHICH IS AVAILABLE TO YOU IF YOUR COMPUTER CAN HANDLE IT.
6 Jul 2011
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WALTER BENJAMIN LIVE! "storytelling", part 1aa. The writings of Walter Benjamin are a bridge linking the Jewish hassidic mysticism of Nachman of Breslav with today's secular avant garde cultural scene. In this 102 minute video my project is to bring to life Benjamin's essays "The Storyteller" and "Unpacking My Library", by making use of Gestalt Therapy dreamwork that I personally do on one of my own dreams. The dreamwork serves as a means to illustrate how Walter Benjamin's ideas find expression in typical human situations. My main thesis is to demonstrate that what Gestalt Therapists label "dreamwork" is one example of what Walter Benjamin labels "storytelling", what Nachman of Breslav labels "torah" or "prayer", and what Bertold Brecht labels "epic theater". In this dreamwork (or storytelling or dvar torah or prayer or brechtian theater performance) I am dealing primarily with my relationship to my deceased father, Henry Wepner, may his soul rest in peace even in spite of my artistic shenanigans. Benjamin was a colleague of both theater director Bertold Brecht and Torah scholar Gershom Scholem. Benjamin's work relies heavily upon Nachman of Breslav's "Collected Essays" ("Likutei Moharan"), which fall within the Platonic stream of dialectical thinking. I like to think of Nachman of Breslav, Walter Benjamin, Fritz Perls and Lee Breuer (of the Mabou Mines Theater) as "rebbes of the avant garde". This project combines new dreamwork on my own life with excerpts from 20 hours of my other videos, and also with fragments of 1500 pages of my essays, all of which you can find in their original complete form at my website. TO VIEW OR DOWNLOAD ALL MY VIDEOS OR ESSAYS (ALL AT NO CHARGE), PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: franklynwepner****. ALSO PLEASE NOTE MY NEW EMAIL ADDRESS, IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH ME ANY COMMENTS ABOUT MY WORK: fwepearthlink****. IN THE LISTING OF VIDEOS THE LETTERS (HQ) REFER TO A HIGHER QUALITY VERSION OF THE VIDEO, WHICH IS AVAILABLE TO YOU IF YOUR COMPUTER CAN HANDLE IT.
7 Jul 2011
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for people with developmental disabilities, or sensory sensitivity issues, using a multisensory approach to storytelling allows greater understanding and develops a connection between the storyteller and the listener. It is such an inspiring thing to witness that we at *******www.YourStoryCo****, are creating an awareness and funding campaign for *******www.TouchingStories**** to help get these wonderful tools into the hands of more people who could benefit from them. Watch for our crowd funding opportunity soon. You wont want to miss it.
21 Feb 2012
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Introduction to Business: How Storytelling Helps Students Grasp Essential Concepts With so much ground to cover, the introduction to business course can start to feel like a torrent of disconnected concepts, terms, and topics. Compelling real-life stories are a great way to integrate important ideas and help students see how professional role models apply the very same concepts they're learning. Every chapter in Business in Action opens with a brief behind-the-scenes vignette that introduces an entrepreneur or executive faced with a major strategic challenge and encourages students to imagine how they would address that challenge. The chapter-opening case study then describes the strategic choices the company leaders made, including how they applied the concepts the students just learned in the chapter. Storytelling is used this way throughout the book to promote learning and enhance retention of important information. After you watch the video, please click the link below for other videos and important links to the web for Introduction to Business instructors, including Business in Action on Pinterest, and Business in Action's Online Magazine. Teaching Business (the site you're on now): *******www.youtube****/TeachingBusiness Teaching Introduction to Business website with a wealth of classroom materials for instructors: *******introtobusiness.businesscommunicationnetwork**** Introduction to Business Online Magazine: *******www.scoop.it/t/business-in-action-online-magazine-supplement
1 Apr 2012
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CGRtrailers, from Classic Game Room®, presents a “Storytelling” behind the scenes video for HITMAN: ABSOLUTION from IO Interactive and Square Enix. This trailer gives a peek behind the curtain at how the cutscenes are pieced together and significance of having the emotion behind an action in the game. The actors that portray the characters in Hitman: Absolution also give their thoughts on the entire motion capture experience. Hitman: Absolution will launch on November 20, 2012 for the PC, PlayStation 3 (PS3) and Xbox 360 video game consoles. This is the PEGI/European version of the behind the scenes video. Enjoy! Be sure to check out more video game clips, previews and trailers from Classic Game Room's CGRtrailers at *******www.metacafe****/CGRtrailers Check out more reviews from Classic Game Room at: *******www.metacafe****/ClassicGameRoom and *******www.metacafe****/CGRundertow And connect with us at: *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** *******www.facebook****/ClassicGameRoom *******www.gplus.to/ClassicGameRoom *******www.twitter****/ClassicGameRoom *******www.twitter****/CGRundertow
13 Oct 2012
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November 7, 2012 /3BL Media/ - Sexual violence is rampant in Liberia and it occurs across all socio-economic backgrounds. The assaults on women and children throughout the country are hard to control due to a weak justice system, the lingering violence of war, and an unwillingness to report the attacks. We would like to stop these vicious, spiraling acts violence and abuse by providing these bright, deserving women a voice. We, at PCI-Media Impact, believe in the power of storytelling as a catalyst for social change. We want to encourage Liberian women to tell their story with the help of photographs, especially as an organization that strongly believes in the power of storytelling. We have partnered with THINK, an organization dedicated to strengthening the peace process in Liberia through human development using advocacy and activism, focusing on the rights and wellbeing of marginalized communities. THINK provides a safe place for victims as well as physical and psychological consultations to affected women. This work is most important, but we believe we can and must do more. With your help, PCI-Media Impact wants to give Liberia’s women a voice. Our plan is to use a method called Photovoice, a process by which people can identify, represent and enhance their community through a specific technique of photography and storytelling. It entrusts cameras into the hands of people to enable them to act as recorders, and potential catalysts for social action and change in their own communities. Photovoice uses the immediacy of the visual image and stories to furnish evidence and promote an effective means of sharing life experiences. This method has proven particularly effective for hard-to-reach populations such as war affected adolescent girls, victims of trafficking, and survivors of gender based violence, giving a voice to communities who have historically been silenced. The participatory photography process centers around taking photographs, but also incorporates a broad range of elements beyond simply taking a picture. It involves learning to express opinions, to interpret and discuss images, to work as part of a group, to listen to others, to develop ideas and a voice, to edit and caption images, to identify and define audience and messages. With your financial support, PCI-Media Impact and THINK will be able to achieve the initial phase of this project - to buy and deliver the technical equipment, such as cameras, printer, and photo paper to 25 participating women. PCI-Media Impact will contribute the professional communication expertise by designing and leading a one week capacity-building photography workshop where women will learn the basics of participatory photography. Further, funds will be used for travel costs as well as the production of an international exhibition showcasing the photos and stories. We believe that women feel less fear and inhibition to start a conversation using the creative and powerful impact of photographs. Taking pictures is also a communication medium that transfers messages across language and culture and a great chance for Liberian women to raise awareness and bring their stories on an international stage. In short, pictures can be a catalyst for much-needed social change in Liberia and with help, we can fuel this change. To read more about this campaign and to find out how you can help, please visit *******www.indiegogo****/Empower-Women-in-Liberia ABOUT MEDIA IMPACT: PCI-Media Impact (Media Impact) is a leader in Entertainment-Education and communications for social change. For more than 25 years, we have advanced the well-being of vulnerable populations by improving knowledge, shifting locally-determined attitudes and changing behaviors with regard to critical social issues, allowing millions to live healthier lives, sustainably, and in harmony with their natural world. Media Impact creates social change through comprehensive Communications for Behavior Change campaigns, drawing on over 40 years of social science theory and applied practice. We do so within a capacity-building model through our My Community approach, training and mentoring in-country organizations to lead program implementation. Media Impact programs leave behind a lasting footprint of local capacity and sustainability. Together with our partners around the world, Media Impact has produced more than 3,000 episodes of 80 television and radio productions, reaching more than one billion people in over 40 countries. For more information please contact: Alex J. Cottin, Communications & Program Manager / PCI Media Impact; Mobile: +1(646-326-8377) / acottinmediaimpact****
14 Nov 2012
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Visit *******www.InsideTheMagic**** for more about the Storytellers statue! On June 15, 2012, Disneyland unveiled the new Storytellers statue of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse on Buena Vista Street / Carthay Circle at the Disney California Adventure theme park, depicting Walt as he arrived to California in 1923 - with a suitcase and dream. Also seen here are John Lasseter and Bob Iger posing with the statue.
1 Jun 2013
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SAN FRANCISCO, November 21, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Jonah Sachs, CEO of Free Range Studios discussed storytelling and business in an interview at the BSR Conference 2013, which took place from November 5-8 in San Francisco:
22 Nov 2013
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A narração de fatos é algo que está presente na história da humanidade há um bom tempo. Com o passar dos séculos, nossa experiência com a narração foi aumentando, e ela ganhou cada vez mais presença na sociedade. Neste vídeo, conheça um dos modelos de storytelling. Leia mais: *******bit.ly/1eqhgCC
4 Feb 2014
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The Art of Storytelling and The Book of Henry
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❎ Ms. Marvel ❎ ❎ Special - Storyteller (2009) ❎
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Watch renowned Hilo fashion designer Sig Zane as he shares Hawaiian traditions and culture in his unique aloha wear designs. See him at work and follow him through a walking tour of Hilo, the town that inspires his work.
21 May 2008
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When you are able to tell the story of what you or your business does you will vastly increase the connection with the consumer. The lighting or sound don't matter!
27 Feb 2009
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Brands and advertisers are discovering a new space in Web video and sponsored Web videos. Although there are many opportunities in this space, there are some challenges since it is still relatively new. While at SXSW, WebProNews spoke with Andrew Hampp, a reporter with Advertising Age, about this space. Because there are very few standards, he said Web video is one area of the Web that is often perceived as the Wild West. It is now up to brands and advertisers to determine how they can produce a series of sustainable videos online and generate revenue from them. According to Hampp, audiences expect TV quality online; however, most brands do not have big budgets to support it. On the plus side, digital spending is increasing. Additionally, people like former NBC co-chairman Ben Silverman are bringing bigger and better talent to the space. As Hampp points out, as long as there is TV quality talent on the Web, then there would be a TV audience for it as well. What are your thoughts on this matter?
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Watch famous game designer Warren Spector and his team discuss how to tell a story in a videogame, and why it's so different than in a book, movie, or TV show.
1 Oct 2010
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