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Oscar 2010 du meilleur court-métrage d’animation, Logorama du collectif H5 (François Alaux, Hervé de Crécy et Ludovic Houplain), c’est une course poursuite effrénée, des animaux sauvages lâchés dans la ville, une prise d’otage qui tourne au drame et bien plus encore. Ecoutez le réalisateur discuter de la réalisation de son à l'Apple Store, Carrousel du Louvre.
 
Mac Mania gives you your weekly dose of Apple News. The show is hosted by Mark Knight from the MrMarkuk1 youtube channel at http://youtube.com/mrmarkuk1 and also hosted by the footy and tech fanatic Jacob Bevis from Bevtv http://youtube.com/bevtv1 and http://facebook.com/bevtv
 
With iPhone, iPad, and iOS, progressive IT teams are leading innovation at their companies. In this collection of video interviews, learn strategies and best practices from IT professionals and business executives who embrace a new vision for technology to transform the way their employees work.
 
なぜ今の子どもたちにとってプログラミングは必要なベーシックスキルなのでしょうか?プログラミングは、夢を形にする魔法の道具です。国境を越えて友人とつながり、未来をつくる鍵ともいえるプログラミングの魅力を写真や映像でお伝えします。ご案内は、デジタルメディアの開発に携わる朝日新聞社メディアラボのプロデューサー・竹原大祐氏。同デザイナーの宮下洋輔氏と、世界の創造的な事業を支援するトーマツベンチャーサポート部長の木村将之氏とともに小学生から親しめるプログラミングの魅力を語ります。大人の方もお子さまも一緒に楽しめるイベントです。
 
Hi, my name is Kimber Vradenburg, and I've been a humanitarian practitioner for over 20 years. I love this work, because it continually asks me to reflect, grow, give the best of myself and live in my integrity. Specifically, I love working with practitioners in the field serving their own communities. They are the people upon whom every humanitarian effort depends. They are also systemically undervalued. Over two decades I’ve worked with these incredible practitioners, meeting as people wit ...
 
Welcome to our new podcast, TechTalks! The podcast series designed to educate, inspire, and engage new conversations about technology and how it is an enabler for our economy, building our talented workforce, creating growth in our IT sector, and attracting talent in our post-secondary institutions. The podcast will create new connections between employers, students, entrepreneurs, investors and our business community. Our podcast content will appeal to the business community, students, entr ...
 
Regisseur Tobias Wiemann, Jytte-Merle Böhrnsen, Jacob Matschenz, Kostja Ullmann, Pit Bukowski und Klaas Heufer-Umlauf in seinem Spielfilm Debüt, sprechen gemeinsam über ihren Film GROSSSTADTKLEIN. Ein Film über Familienchaos, echte Freundschaft und die erste große Liebe. Moderiert von Claire Oelkers im Apple Store, Kurfürstendamm in Berlin.
 
音楽やアートも、今やプログラミングと密接な関係があります。このイベントでは、先駆的なアーティストの第一人者として注目を集める真鍋大度氏が、音楽をはじめ、映像、ダンス、ロボットとプログラミングの関係についてお話しします。どういったコンセプトや考えのもとに制作したか、映像や実際にプロジェクトで使用した装置を紹介しながら解説します。プログラミングがアートのフロンティアをどのように拓きつつあるのか、中高生にも親しみやすくご説明します。
 
「アヒルと鴨のコインロッカー」「チーム・バチスタの栄光」「奇跡のリンゴ」などジャンルを超えて傑作を発表し続ける中村義洋氏が登場。3月29日公開の最新作「白ゆき姫殺人事件」について、映画評論家の森直人氏とのトークショー形式で語ります。映画の見どころや制作の裏話なども交えながら、「誰も観たことがないような映画をつくりたい」と語る中村監督の創造の秘密に迫ります。
 
Tom Tykwer gibt Einblicke in seinen neuesten Film Cloud Atlas. Cloud Atlas erzählt die Geschichte von sechs Schicksalen über einen Zeitraum von 500 Jahren – ein einziges Abenteuer, in dem alle Helden in Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft aufs engste miteinander verbunden sind. Moderiert von Milena Fessmann im Apple Store, Kurfürstendamm in Berlin.
 
Im Rahmen der Gesprächsreihe LOLA VISIONEN unterhält sich Burghart Klaußner im Apple Store, Kurfürstendamm mit den nominierten Schauspielerinnen und Schauspielern wie Jördis Triebel (Westen), Sascha Alexander Gersak (5 Jahre Leben), Hanno Koffler (Freier Fall), Jella Haase (Fack ju Göhte), Kida Khodr Ramadan (Ummah - Unter Freunden) und Dieter Hallervorden (Sein letztes Rennen) über ihre Filme und deren Entstehung.
 
The Artist Inclusive podcast (formerly RITUAL) is a new show for ambitious artists who want clarity, community and creative success. Our online global community celebrates the artist mindset.If you’re listening in on Apple, Spotify or another player, you’ll notice there’s a whole previous season of episodes dedicated to rituals for creatives.With Artist Inclusive, our focus is to foster clarity, personal elevation, accountability, and ethical approaches in creating new lucrative opportunitie ...
 
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“I didn’t go where the road took me, I wasn’t open to the universe at large or whatever. I was like: This is it. This is where I’m going.” — David Stephens Who doesn’t smile when they see a puppet? Our guest for this episode, David Stephens, has made a career of bringing smiles to people’s faces. For over 20 years, he’s used the art of puppetry to …
 
“Let’s not make any bones about it — the highs and the lows of our profession are crazy.” — Jennifer Van Dyck At 3 years old, Jennifer Van Dyck wanted to be a tightrope walker. While that dream may not have come true, she still found many different ways to entertain audiences. Rather than join the circus, Jennifer has developed a thriving acting ca…
 
Welcome to Episode #29 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson. Today’s guests Frank McKenna and Adrienne O’Pray discuss the launch of the Institute and their vision for a digital New Brunswick. We hope you enjoy the show - Cathy Simpson, CEO, TechImpact ______________________________________________________________________________________________________…
 
“As our virtual spaces become more inclusive and more far-reaching, it really does create a localization within our field of artistry.” — Daniel Lamb This episode of Artist Inclusive is just a little bit different. Instead of bringing on a guest to talk about their creative process and industry, we’re turning our attention to the artists in our own…
 
“People say there’s a lot of rejection in the acting world. In my experience, there’s almost none.” — Andy Roth Today, we’re talking to the man behind many of the voices we hear in our media. Andy Roth is a producer and casting director who works primarily with voiceover actors and projects ranging from animated films to commercials to video games.…
 
Welcome to Episode #28 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson. The female sandpiper can run, swim, hunt and fly. Provider for her family, a fierce defender of her territory, this social avian multitasker is the perfect symbol for an organization focused on giving women tech founders the funding and support to soar. We hope you enjoy the show - Cathy Simp…
 
“You have to take off that artist hat and you have to put on your business hat, when it comes to the business of being published.” — Natalie Baszile What’s it like to knock it out of the park with your first novel? This episode is the third in a series of episodes covering creatives working in the entertainment industry, and features an interview w…
 
In this episode, we travel to North Sudan & South Sudan and to a centre for abandoned children... My work here with staff delved into long-held, unexplored beliefs that were impacting their work until such time as we created safe space to explore them. While it's possible to live incongruently, in the space between our beliefs, values and actions, …
 
“I think you have to be [fearless]... you have to feel like you have something to offer that people will want to watch.” — Mark Siano Our guest this week teaches us that you don’t need to be based in Los Angeles or New York in order to find success in the entertainment industry. Mark Siano is a performer, writer, and producer who has carved his own…
 
In this episode, I bring in narratives from Pakistan and Canada - within my family, even - to underline the complexities of helping from a number of perspectives. I take things down to the human level and connect the dots to wider humanitarian interventions and the skills needed to do this complex work well. Let us know if you're enjoying at www.ki…
 
“Your imperfections as an actor kind of are your bread and butter.” — Helen Hunt Today’s guest really needs no introduction: we’re talking to beloved Academy-Award-winning actress and director Helen Hunt. After rising to fame in the hit sitcom Mad About You alongside Paul Reiser, Helen soon found film stardom through pictures such as Twister, As Go…
 
In this episode we head back in time to Sierra Leone to share some of the joys and complexities of working with local practitioners helping themselves and their communities travel the path from 12 years of civil conflict to peace and reconciliation. That path is at times as curved and sometimes seemingly impassable as the roads we travelled to reac…
 
“I would define energy management as prioritizing your body before your time or income.” — Brittany Berger Content strategist Brittany Berger is dedicated to ending hustle culture. Brittany has always loved creative work — but didn’t love the fast-paced, high-pressure environments and workflows of agencies and start-ups. Being overworked definitely…
 
In this episode, we wrap up our 3 part series with Julius Kwami Tsatsu of Ghana. Julius shares his ingenuity in response to the lack of rain and his growing skill set; underlining yet another way he responds to local issues with local solutions. We discuss his new awareness about long-held beliefs and their impact on his work with communities as we…
 
Welcome to Episode #27 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson. In 2017, when MESH Diversity went to market with a software platform to measure and promote workplace diversity and inclusion, many people could still turn a blind eye and live in denial of systemic racism and privilege. George Floyd’s murder changed that. Join TechTalks with Cathy Simpson to…
 
“The best art, the best writing, comes from your most vulnerable moments… being a professional writer or artist is a whole other thing.” — Rachel Mazza Rachel Mazza could be considered “internet famous” in certain circles. Rachel is a copywriter and copywriting coach who has gained a lot of visibility through her intensive coaching programs with Co…
 
In this episode, we explore the veneer of beliefs and the prevalence of resilience by looking back through the contexts we’ve discussed so far, from Ghana to Ethiopia, and bringing in a narrative from Rwanda to underline some of the key themes. This is the 5th episode, which I cheekily equate with the tricky 3rd album in music-industry-metaphor... …
 
Welcome to Episode #26 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson. This is the second episode in a series of conversations about the importance of diversity and inclusion in the technology sector. We hope you enjoy the show - Cathy Simpson, CEO, TechImpact Welcome to our new podcast, TechTalks! The podcast series designed to educate, inspire, and engage new …
 
“I’d been writing copy… I just didn’t know it was a thing.” — Belinda Weaver Belinda Weaver believes there’s more to life than work — and has built a business out of creating more time. Belinda helps copywriters avoid falling into the trap of low-paying work by showing them how to earn more money so they can spend less time working. Belinda wasn’t …
 
In this Episode, we are again in Ghana with Julius Kwami Tsatsu as our guest. This is Chapter 2 of our juicy dialogue, where we delve into beliefs, values and ethics and the contradictions therein. I share parts of my own journey to discovering and utilizing beliefs and values in my cross-cultural humanitarian work, and Julius shares examples of ho…
 
Welcome to Episode #25 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson. This is the first in a series of conversations about the importance of diversity and inclusion in the technology sector. We hope you enjoy the show - Cathy Simpson, CEO, TechImpact Welcome to our new podcast, TechTalks! The podcast series designed to educate, inspire, and engage new conversat…
 
“I think that everybody can make money off of their weirdness if they look at it right. The weirdness is just being different, and different stands out.” — Jill Wise Jill Wise has cracked the code of making her ‘weird’ profitable. A brand and marketing strategist, business coach, and conversion copywriter, Jill channels her self-described weirdness…
 
Well hello hello and welcome to Episode 3 of the EoA podcast. Or as they say in Ghana, mema wo akwaaba, which means, I welcome you! My name is Kimber and I am your host. You guessed it, today we are in beautiful Ghana, West Africa, and I have the great pleasure of introducing you to Julius Kwami Tsatsu. In this chapter, we’ll be laying the groundwo…
 
“When I took the masterclass with Alvin Ailey, I felt like I was home.” — Aubrey Lynch From chemistry to coupé jeté: Aubrey Lynch’s journey from high school science fan to highly successful dancer, choreographer, and dance teacher might not have happened if his first university chemistry class hadn’t been so dry. Unsatisfied with the teaching metho…
 
In this episode... Why sharing human process-work is important, the role of social location in humanitarian practice and how 28 pastoralists-turned-health-workers made a difference to mothers and their babies in Southern Ethiopia... I would love to hear from you! If you have a comment, or a question, or a story to share, or you'd like to be a guest…
 
Welcome to Episode #24 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson. We hope you enjoy the show - Cathy Simpson, CEO, TechImpact Welcome to our new podcast, TechTalks! The podcast series designed to educate, inspire, and engage new conversations about technology and how it is an enabler for our economy, building our talented workforce, creating growth in our I…
 
“I had absolutely no business bones in my body walking out of that program. And so it’s no wonder that I floundered and floundered until I pivoted to something else.” — Daniel Lamb. We have this idea that talent is all you need to make it as an artist — if you excel at your art, everything else will fall into place. This definitely isn’t the case. …
 
Well, it couldn't get more perfectly imperfect than this! In this inaugural episode I reveal myself as the newbie podcaster I am, and, share the first sliver of perspective on my experiences doing humanitarian aid work in the field. We start in Malawi, finish in Ghana and along the way I honour the beautiful messiness created by the labyrinth of hu…
 
“It was just a part of me, you know what I mean? It’s not an interest — it’s just all that made sense.” — Anna Rosa Parker Anna Rosa Parker has always paid heed to the creative spark inside her. Before becoming a copywriter (and the co-host of this podcast), Anna spent many years working as a playwright and theatre actor. She began writing copy for…
 
AIA China, a leading provider of life insurance and financial planning in Asia, takes an Apple-only approach to shaping the future of insurance. With more than 16 custom apps, the company supports all aspects of the daily work of 50,000 agents and agent leaders.Apple Inc.
 
Ethos of Aid is the podcast where we explore the beautiful, messy, human and social nature of humanitarian work in the field. A space for dialogue and learning about how best to do this work together. Find me at www.kimbervradenburg.com or on the Ethos of Aid Facebook page, or @kimbervradenburg on Instagram.…
 
“We’re still going to have conversations about routines and rituals, but it’s going to be so much more than that.” — Daniel Lamb. You may have noticed things looking a little different around here. We moved around some furniture, rolled on a new coat of paint, and are thrilled to welcome you to Artist Inclusive, the podcast for ambitious artists wh…
 
“I think we’re gaslit as we’re being trained as marketers and copywriters, because who doesn’t want to make money when you have your own business?” — Michelle Crowder-Soellner When people are asked about the most trusted professions, salespeople and marketers tend to show up pretty low on the list. We all want to make money. But when you throw mark…
 
“I always try to integrate and keep the integrity of the raw clay. Even when applying glazes and colors to it, I’ll always want that to show through… I want that little piece to always be in there, that texture, that feel, that grittiness, that earthiness.” — Audrey Stamps If you’ve ever worked in corporate (or work in corporate currently), then yo…
 
“I guess my ritual is beneficial procrastination, which is not something that looks good on a job application.” — Benji Carr Benji Carr, author of the upcoming novel Impacted, prefers not to write in his office or another quiet space. Instead, he heads out to his local Dunkin Donuts or storefront cafe. Benji believes that there’s no wrong way to wr…
 
“It became apparent that Atlanta needed something, or at least I wanted something. But the more I talked to people about it, they were also ready for something new.” — Aja Arnold Journalist Aja Arnold has a passion for local news. She’s the founding editor of The Mainline, an independent, Atlanta-based print and digital magazine that covers local n…
 
Welcome to Episode #23 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson: Launching Digital Boost 2.0 We hope you enjoy the show - Cathy Simpson, CEO, TechImpact Welcome to our new podcast, TechTalks! The podcast series designed to educate, inspire, and engage new conversations about technology and how it is an enabler for our economy, building our talented workfor…
 
“When you see yourself on screen in a Zoom call, are you reflecting back to yourself who you want to be that day? Does it feel great? Does it feel aligned?” — Tamara Glick Personal branding expert Tamara Glick uses styling as a tool to help her clients create more intimate relationships with their customers. She also uses it as a way to connect mor…
 
“Those same things that soap operas are doing, we can do to keep readers engaged in our books.” — Dr. Cindy Childress Ghostwriter Dr. Cindy Childress has an eclectic set of daily rituals. She writes Instagram posts in the bath, stays hydrated… and watches the soap opera Days of Our Lives. Cindy has watched it faithfully since the fourth grade, maki…
 
Brian's starting a new job, standing desk mats, Create React App 4 Upgrade, Tailwind JIT, and shoutouts! Episode Summary Intro Brian’s New Job Standing Desk Mats Amazon.com: Topo Comfort Mat by Ergodriven | The Not-Flat Standing Desk Anti-Fatigue Mat with Calculated Terrain | Standing Desk Mat | Comfortable Standing Mat | Office Mat | Desk Accessor…
 
“In terms of research of things that really benefit us and keep us on an even keel, mindfulness research is just off the charts effective.” — Scott McBean Creativity can be a lot of things: a way to make money, a way to bring joy… and even a mindfulness practice. Pastor and mental health counsellor Scott McBean treats creativity as a source of posi…
 
Welcome to Episode #22 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson: "Change Is Inevitable: Managing It Well Is Not" We hope you enjoy the show - Cathy Simpson, CEO, TechImpact Welcome to our new podcast, TechTalks! The podcast series designed to educate, inspire, and engage new conversations about technology and how it is an enabler for our economy, building …
 
Welcome to Episode #21 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson, "The Power of Data." We hope you enjoy the show - Cathy Simpson, CEO, TechImpact Welcome to our new podcast, TechTalks! The podcast series designed to educate, inspire, and engage new conversations about technology and how it is an enabler for our economy, building our talented workforce, cre…
 
“Tenacity threw the party and luck just happened to show up.” — Brian Panowich Brian Panowich calls himself an “accidental novelist.” His first dream was to become a professional musician and he found a level of success with that. While he came up with a lot of ideas for short stories, they all ended up as songs. After the birth of his daughter, he…
 
“All chiropractors are different. It’s almost like handwriting… it’s going to turn out a little bit different.” — Chandra Kenyon Hill “Creativity” isn’t a word that people tend to associate with the healthcare field, but Chandra Kenyon Hill exercises it in her practice every day. As a chiropractor who specializes in wellness care through vitalistic…
 
Welcome to Episode #20 of Tech Talks with Cathy Simpson! Does the term Digital Transformation make you nervous? It shouldn’t. Have a listen as we break it down with two guests that share their experiences with the Digital Boost Program. We hope you enjoy the show - Cathy Simpson, CEO, TechImpact Welcome to our new podcast, TechTalks! The podcast se…
 
“I work for myself, so I have so much freedom. But I didn’t even see that I could play around with my schedule and match it to my energy.” — Annie Bacher If you could design your perfect work day, what would it look like? Annie Bacher is a copywriter who helps tech companies figure out what they're trying to say so they can attract their ideal user…
 
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