On your next shopping trip, you might meet a 18th-century British convict in the wine aisle! Don’t worry, there hasn’t been a prison break. In fact, 19 Crimes wines is bringing their band of rogues, depicted on the wine labels, to life with the launch of the first-ever wine Augmented Reality (AR) app. Available now via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, the new app will animate three of 19 Crimes’ convicts-turned-colonists, who each tell their own infamous story.
19 crimes turned convicts into colonists. In 18th-century Britain, criminals guilty of at least one of the 19 crimes, were sentenced to live in Australia, rather than death. For the rough-hewn prisoners who made it to shore, a new world awaited. As pioneers in a frontier penal colony, they forged a new country and new lives, brick by brick. Today, 19 Crimes wines celebrate the rebellious spirit of the more than 160,000 exiled men and women, the rule breakers and law defying citizens that forged a new culture and national spirit in Australia.
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Nespresso has revealed a humorous behind-the-scenes video showing new leading man Jack Black receiving guidance from the ever smooth George Clooney as they filmed the latest TV commercial entitled Epiphany.
The advert explores the concept of ‘What Else?’, provoking viewers to consider the unique Nespresso qualities that are incomparable. ‘What Else?’ encapsulates all of the elements that create the ultimate coffee experience - everything from the unique approach to sustainable coffee, unparalleled coffee quality through to the unsurpassed coffee expertise, stylish boutiques, innovative services and more.
Filmed in Lake Como, Italy, the advert shows George Clooney pouring himself a cup of Nespresso coffee. Just as the coffee is ready, it is taken by Jack Black who attempts to win a female’s affections by trying to use George’s infamous ‘What Else?’ phrase. Oblivious, Jack gets the phrase wrong and George steps in to educate him. Later, Jack experiences a moment of epiphany as the meaning of ‘What Else?’ dawns on him.
George Clooney commented on set: “What can I say about Jack, it was a tall order but he did quite the job - after a bit of coaching of course. All joking aside, it was such a fun shoot and Jack was a pleasure to work with.”
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Gaslit London is brought to its knees in David Morrell’s ingenious historical thriller, MURDER AS A FINE ART. After two years of research, this much-praised novel is based on the infamous Ratcliffe Highway murders that rivaled those of Jack the Ripper for terrorizing not only London but all of England. Readers will believe that they are literally on those fogbound streets, making the Victorian world amazingly real. Find out more at http://www.DavidMorrell.net, where you can contact this award-winning novelist. Video by AuthorBytes. Thriller
THE INFAMOUS MOTORHEAD! Back on the road with “The World is Yours” tour, 2012.
Motorhead started in 1975 when Lemmy Kilmister returned to London, determined to start his own band to avoid being fired again, he decided it would be called ‘Bastard,’ but management overuled and ‘Motorhead,’ a song Lemmy had written as a B-side for Hawkwind, was born. With drummer, Lucas Fox and Pink Fairies guitarist, Larry Wallis, and Lemmy on bass and vocals, Motorhead began gigging and recorded their first album, which their record company refused to release at the time, (it later emerged in 1980 as ‘On Parole’).
As part of the ninth annual National Preparedness Month (NPM), the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Ad Council unveiled a new series of public service advertisements (PSAs) as part of their Ready campaign. Created pro bono by advertising agency Leo Burnett, the new PSAs emphasize the message that “you never know when the day before is the day before” by utilizing imagery of infamous natural disasters juxtaposed with comparatively idyllic imagery what it looked like the day before the destruction.
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Nissan’s innovation in the crossover segment is set to continue as it partners with Ministry of Sound to create the world’s ultimate mobile sound system – the Juke Box. Louder than a jumbo jet in take-off, the technical know-how for the Juke Box comes from sound experts Martin Audio, who designed and built the current system in the infamous ‘Box’ – the main room in Ministry of Sound’s London home.
In 1991 Justin Berkmann, one of the clubs founders, alongside James Palumbo and Humphrey Waterhouse, created a club never seen before in Europe; where the music and sound system came first. The pair created the ultimate club sound system - ‘The Box’ - a 5 sided room within a room that was acoustically perfect, and is still considered today to be one of the best sound systems in the world.
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Not all angels are divine. When a TV reporter discovers a serial killer drawing angel shaped chalk outlines around the bodies of victims, she unearths an eerie legend dating back a century. Tracking clues to an Iowa cemetery, she finds an infamous Black Angel monument, possibly connected to a string of homicides. Learn about the book here, http://bit.ly/j5joPl Learn about this author here, www.juliekramerbooks.com Thriller
The Black Out Crew put a Donk on it for charity ! To thank volunteers running their studio, the Blackout Crew agreed to add some bounce, beats and their infamous Donk to 'We are the Vs', a song to launch the Vinspired awards.
This 10 minute documentary was shot and collaborated by Shaun Filer, along with the backing of footage by key sources, was edited and scored by Liam Key.
It is an eye opener to the unaware, of the extreme dangers journalists are exposed to when sent to foreign countries. With many infamous journalists baring their most personal experiences, and how it affected their life from then on. Journalists from World War 1, World 2, Vietnam, Baulkens War, Cambodia, Sierre Leone, Palestine, Afghanistan, and finally the epitome of dangerous modern journalism - Iraq.
This upload is for a single event taking place on the 10th September 2008. It will be removed after this one screening, due to the nature and the subjects screened in this documentary.
All care was taken to be balanced and precise. It is about the exposition of dangers, as opposed to the glorification of a video.