Introduction to Video Camera

1. Synopsis of Video Camera

The 19-minute film is a time-lapse video of the construction of the London International Hotel (now the London Marriott Hotel Kensington) at 147 Cromwell Road, Kensington. The film was made of photographs taken from a single point over a number of months in 1970 and 1971; Lennon sought permission to photograph the building's entire construction. The camera was fixed in place by Iain Macmillan, the photographer who captured the iconic 1969 Abbey Road album cover photograph. The footage was edited on 16 mm film by George Maciunas, founder of the Fluxus art movement and avant-garde contemporary of Ono.

The film uses the songs "Airmale" and "You" from Ono's 1971 album Fly, as its soundtrack.

When Lennon and Yoko appeared on the Dick Cavett Show on 11 September 1971, Lennon said that the inspiration for the film was when he would spend periods of time away from any particular city, he would return to find large buildings having been constructed. He also outlines how the film shows a single bush showing the seasons passing.

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2. Taping locations of Video Camera

The program typically taped at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto, Monday to Friday in front of a live studio audience, then is broadcast at 7:00p.m. (ET).

The show went on location to Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, and St. John's, and has twice broadcast from London.

One remote broadcast came out of an interview with enterprising trader Kyle MacDonald who said the only limitation to his activities would be that he would not make any trade with the citizenry of a small village called Yahk, British Columbia. When the citizens protested the exclusion by writing letters to the show, the trader accused Stroumboulopoulos of hypnotizing him into making that statement and he would only go to that town if the show went there first. On 9 February 2006, the producers broadcast an episode from that village.

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3. George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight of Video Camera

George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (originally known as The Hour) was a Canadian television talk show hosted by George Stroumboulopoulos that aired on CBC Television from 2005 to 2014.

As The Hour, the show was so named, as it was a daily one-hour program. For the show's seventh season, the show was renamed and shortened into a daily half-hour show, George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, beginning September 20, 2010. In September 2011, the program was again extended to one hour with its current name. It returned to a half-hour for the 201213 season and moved to 7:00p.m. (replacing Wheel of Fortune), along with a late-night encore that moved to 11:30p.m. due to the expansion of late local news at several of the CBC's major market stations. The show concluded at the end of the 20132014 season as Stroumboulopoulos moved to Rogers Communications to host Hockey Night in Canada.

The show had two opening theme songs during its history. Its first was "Use It" by The New Pornographers, which was replaced by "The Good in Everyone" by Canadian rock band Sloan at the start of the 2008 broadcast season.

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4. Plot of Video Camera

The game follows Dan Miles, a former street racer who becomes a new recruit in the Criminal Overturn Program (C.O.P.). Under the terms of the C.O.P., Dan becomes a detective working to protect the citizens of New York City against large-scale threats. Working with his mentor, Detective Brad Winter, Dan is investigating a series of terrorist attacks in the city when Brad is falsely arrested, putting the investigation on hold. While trying to uncover the truth behind Brad's arrest, Dan goes undercover and returns to his life on the streets. Little by little he gets wrapped up in a deadly, widespread conspiracy and must work to prevent a potentially catastrophic attack on the city.

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5. Corners/Segments of Video Camera

"Manager's Fast Pedal" Manager of team are turning the pedals. The music filled the team's fastest energy is playing. However, any amount determined by the ability of the manager.

"Profile Talk" The hosts feature the profile, info, facts, and rumors about the guest. The idols need to verify, or even, voluntarily prove the info before the MCs. That must appeal to charm in a short period of time. If guest winner the guest get transition stage, stage video and special effects. This is not something you want, when penalties drastically manager.

"Survival Game" The guests play a game together with the hosts make a group. If the guest winner will get 10 cameras and show stage, if lost will get 1 camera and pin stage.

"Survival Show" A special where the guests have result survival and make a group for performance stage.

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6. Leben I Feel You of Video Camera

"Leben I Feel You" is the second single from the 2003 Schiller album Leben with vocals by Peter Heppner. The song was officially released on 1 October 2003 and peaked at number 15 in the German singles chart and at number 1 in the Romanian singles chart in 2004. It is the second co-operation between Schiller and the German singer Heppner after the song "Dream of You". The single and music video version differs slightly from the album version; the video version has a length of 3:49 minutes and the album version has a length of 5:35 minutes. The single includes the song Vielklang, which was no released on any album.

The single was released in two versions, purple and green with different songs. The cover art work shows a graphic of a tree, which represents one of the four elements, earth. The complete four elements are shown on the art work of the album Leben. "Leben I Feel You" was also released on the soundtrack of the 2003 German movie Soundless.

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7. Biography of Video Camera

Lisa Marie Wiegand was born in 1968 in Royal Oak, Michigan, USA. She graduated in 1989 from Wayne State University, and obtained her MFA in cinematography from UCLA in 1998. In 1995, she received a Master's in Cinematography from the American Film Institute AFI.

In 1997, she attended the Sznhz-es Filmmvszeti Foiskola (Academy of Drama and Film, Faculty of Film and Television) in Budapest, Hungary, and UCLA in 1998.

Wiegand started in taking stills and developing them in her father's darkroom as a child. She switched to motion capture when she started shooting local cable TV ads. She went on to direct multi-camera shoots on commercials and industrial films while working at Detroit's Midwest Video.

"Wiegand has been featured, several times, in American Cinematographer Magazine and has been awarded for 'Excellence in Cinematography' by the American Society of Cinematographers."

Wiegand taught cinematography at The American Film Institute, UCLA, and Loyola Marymount University for several years. She also volunteers her skills to the Sundance Institute's Filmmaker's Labs.

2010 she worked on Dollhouse (film), The Assignment, and Mayfly.

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8. Gameplay of Video Camera

Unit 13 plays much like the SOCOM franchise. The camera stays directly behind the player character in third-person, or otherwise shifts to first person aim if the player selects the option to zoom in with guns that have the compatible attachments. Objectives can be completed in any order in each mission, with some missions allowing taking any approach to accomplish a goal (Direct Action) while others have certain conditions, such as requiring stealth.

All missions can be played co-operatively, and each mission features an unlockable "Dynamic" Mode, which changes objectives and objective locations, enemy weapons and locations, to random values and points in the environment.

Demo versionA demo version was released for download of the PlayStation Network. It features the opening tutorial mission where players learn the controls and how to otherwise play the game, as well as the complete first mission, named 'Operation Open Flame'. The demo also provides a leaderboard for this mission, both regional and global, as well as being able to play this mission in "Dynamic" Mode. However, Dynamic mode does not support leaderboard ranking, as the mission has random insertions and objectives. The demo version allows for six playable characters, Commando, Technician, Pointman, Gunner, Infiltrator, and Marksman. All characters may progress up to level 4 by completing the single mission well and gaining experience for performance.

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9. Recording of Video Camera

"My Brave Face" was first recorded at sessions overseen by McCartney and Costello in early 1988. Excerpts from this session were eventually used in McCartney's documentary video Put It There, but other than that were not used. The final version of the song was recorded later the same year at Olympic Studios in London, with producer Mitchell Froom joining in on the work. During the overdub sessions, David Rhodes added an "ebow guitar" in a quick one-day session at Olympic Studios. According to the Put It There documentary, Costello requested that McCartney bring his iconic Hfner violin bass, which he had not played in years, to the recording session. To this day, Paul still uses this bass, in addition to the Rickenbacker 4001 and his Wal 5-String Customized.

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10. Background of Video Camera

Originally, the opening bass riff was meant to be played on piano, but due to Nile Rodgers' who also produced the band's 1983 album Talkback suggestion, it was changed. The production was also "punched up" through the use of the Aubrey Juke Brass Section and the Simms Brothers' backing vocals who also have played for the likes of David Bowie.

The "doot-doots" in the chorus were added in by accident. Originally, Gordon lacked actual lyrics to add to those portions of the song. While recording, he decided to sing the "doot-doots" as a kind of filler while he tried to formulate words, but he could not come up with anything that fit. This turned out to be a positive outcome, as Rodgers found the "doot-doots" to be captivating enough to keep them in the song. Despite being made for a movie soundtrack, "Romantic Traffic" is one of the Spoons signature songs in part because of that choice in chorus.

The video was filmed in the Toronto Subway System at the Bloor and Sheppard stations. Directed by Robert Fresco with one handheld camera, the video was completely off-the-cuff with no script. Regardless of this, Sandy Horne says that it was, "the easiest video we ever did and our most effective".

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11. Guests of Video Camera

Some of the previous guests have included: Adam Copeland, Sridevi, The Tragically Hip, M.I.A., Eckhart Tolle, Margaret Atwood, Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, Wyclef Jean, Chris Jericho, Tom Cruise, Bill Maher, James Cameron, Robert F. Kennedy Jr, Marlee Matlin, Tim Robbins, Jim Parsons, Michael Fassbender, Jason Segel, Spike Lee, Ricky Gervais, Tony Bennett, Greg Kinnear, John Legend, David Byrne, former President of the United States Jimmy Carter, Larry King, LeBron James, Henry Rollins, Evangeline Lilly, former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan, Alanis Morissette, Malcolm Gladwell, Richard Branson, Howard Zinn, Kings of Leon, Kylie Minogue, Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Sean Avery, former Canadian Prime Ministers Paul Martin, John Turner and Brian Mulroney, P!nk, Smashing Pumpkins, David Suzuki, Nickelback, Mike Holmes, Douglas Coupland, Naomi Klein, Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Daniel Tammet, David Thewlis, Larry Charles, Dana White, Tony Robbins, Gordon Ramsay, Dave Salmoni, Steve Wozniak, Kermit the Frog, and Adrien Brody.

Stroumboulopoulos conducted the last public interview granted by journalist and social activist June Callwood before her death.

In 2007, The Hour ran a Christmas special featuring musical performances on set. On June 6, 2008, the show featured an hour-long special with British band Coldplay. On December 9, 2008, an hour-long special with actor Tom Cruise aired and on December 31, 2008 ran a New Year's Eve special featuring an interview with former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

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