Read more about this film on RA: http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?1983 For our latest Real Scenes films, we journey to the Japanese capital to meet the DJs, promoters, campaigners and producers who have been affected by the Fueiho. We hear how a rapidly aging population and the negative public perception of nightclubs have meant that fighting for reform is just part of the problem. Despite these extraordinary challenges, Tokyo is home to passionate, dedicated dance music community, who have responded with campaign groups like Let's DANCE, and the establishment of small, underground music spaces. There is a collective understanding that if they want to affect change it will have to come from within. Music In Order Of Appearance: Koss - Voyage - Mule Electronic 2011 Iori - Space (intro) - Bitta Japan 2012 Anenon - Acquiescence (Yosi Horikawa remix) - Non Projects 2012 Stereociti - Kawasaki - Mojuba 2011 Iori - Magnetic - Bitta Japan 2012 Yosi Horikawa - Gull - Eklektik Records 2010 Stereociti - A Day - Mojuba 2011 Iori - Bloom - Bitta Japan 2012 DJ Nobu - Untitled - Bitta Japan 2013 Ena - Community Space - 7even Recordings 2013 --- Production Credits: Producer / Director Patrick Nation Editor Sim Higginson Executive Producers Ryan Keeling Paul Clement Nick Sabine Director of Photography Sim Higginson Associate Producers Mike Sunda David Dicembre Colourist Adam Clarke Dubbing Mixer Guy Clarke Production Manager Lisa Telfer Brunton Translations David Dicembre Erica Symonds Midori Hayakawa Mike Sunda Mocco Naoshima Yusaku Shigeyasu Film Production Clockwise Media www.clockwisemedia.com
They're the faces that made Sports Illustrated a household name. Heidi Klum, Christie Brinkley and Tyra Banks were among the glamourous models to hit the red carpet, celebrating 50 years of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Edition. SOUNDBITE: Model, Cheryl Tiegs, saying (English): "Sports Illustrated models represent the girl next door, only pretty. They are not thin, for the most part they are very athletic and healthy. That is the image they we portray." SOUNDBITE: Model, Christie Brinkley, saying (English): "They take you to these dream locations where everyone would love to go and then they throw some beautiful girls in a bathing suit and then they wait until football is over so they got your attention now and slap it out there and there you go." SOUNDBITE: Model, Heidi Klum, saying (English): "I was always too curvy up here and down here. So, I never really fit into those type of clothes and I was always a bathing suit girl and I always loved
This is the debut album from DJ Joe, Brainless which includes tracks featuring One Republic,Alex Clare and Keane! This video includes all the tracks from the album Buy it now for just £2.99 plus some FREE downloads at https://onerpm.com/#/disco/album&album_number=215382943 A New Hope Records Instagram: djjoe95 Twitter: Follow @DJJoe189 Reverbnation: www.reverbnation.com/DJJoe95 ONErpm: www.onerpm.com/DJJoe
Chantel Jeffries arrives back in Miami after a beach weekend in Panama. Jeffries, rumored by the tabloids to be Justin Bieber's new girlfriend, was riding shot gun with the teen pop star when he was arrested on January 23rd by Miami police for allegedly drag racing and drunk driving. Reports say Bieber headed back to his LA home. The 19-year-old singer is due to be arraigned on February 14. If convicted of the charges, he could face jail time of up to six months, although experts say he will likely get off with a lighter sentence for his first offense.
William's act is one of an arrogant radio talk-show host from NY whose constant espousal of his inflammatory views and ceaseless hectoring of his callers and listeners reaps equal parts love and hate. His act works, William's radio show is about to go nationwide. But to his co-workers he's affable and caring. Only his girlfriend wonders which one is the act and which one is the real William. Its the End Of World on the eve of a new year and the Devil is calling to speak with us. It's 10 minutes before the New Year and William his haranguing callers about the idiocy of optimism and celebrating just another day on the calendar. William has all the answers, almost as if he's the light and the way. Then he takes one final caller. This caller is Hellfire.
A SHARK reveals its fearsome teeth - trying to take a bite out of a camera on the ocean floor. This close encounter was captured by wildlife photographer Amos Nachoum, 63, from Israel, during one of his photo expeditions. The 14 ft shark swam around the area for four hours, giving Amos and his crew an up close view of this often feared ocean giant. Amos has been exploring and leading wildlife tours for over 40 years and wishes to change people's negative views about sharks. He owns Big Animals Expeditions and runs photo tours via his website http://www.biganimals.com. Videographer / Director: Amos Nachoun Producer: Samantha Grillo Editor: Ian Phillips
The Grammy awards were handed out over the weekend and French DJs Daft Punk scored a double win. The group took home album of the year for "Random Access Memories," and record of the year with the summer dance hit "Get Lucky." Lorde won two Grammys for song of the year and best pop solo performance with her breakout hit "Royals." And Macklemore & Ryan Lewis took home 4 Grammys - sweeping the rap awards and also taking home the honor of best new artist. Quentin Tarantino is suing online publisher Gawker Media and the website AnonFiles.com for more than 1 million dollars for posting a copy of his unproduced screenplay. The lawsuit accuses both outlets of illegally posting Tarantino's script for "The Hateful Eight." Tarantino said last week that he was halting production on the film due to the script's release. Finally, Steven Spielberg addressed a United Nations Holocaust conference. Spielberg spoke at the 'International Day of Commemoration in Memory of Vict
From a Korean skater turned Russian to a Canadian family affair, WSJ's Joshua Robinson breaks down the major storylines in short-track speed skating at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. Photo: Getty Images Copyright 2014, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
Russia's Adelina Sotnikova's won the gold medal in women's figure skating in a program that narrowly topped favorite and silver medalist Yuna Kim. Betsy McKay reports from Sochi on the News Hub. Photo: AP. Copyright 2014, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
RESENDING WITH FULL SCRIPT EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: PART AUDIO AS INCOMING ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). STORY: Indonesia on Friday (February 7) granted parole for Schapelle Corby, the 36-year-old Australian woman who was convicted in 2005 of smuggling 4.1 kg (9 lb) of marijuana into the resort island of Bali. Indonesia's Minister of Law and Human Rights Amir Syamsuddin said Corby was among hundreds of applicants whose parole was approved on Friday. "Thank God this day has been resolved with (parole for) as many as 1,291 applicants," Syamsuddin said in a news conference at the ministry in Jakarta. "She is there, included in the 1,291 applicants." Corby, who originally was from Queensland's Gold Coast, was convicted in May of 2005 and sentenced to 20 years in prison. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono granted a clemency plea in 2012, reducing her sentence by five years because of good behaviour. She has served almost nine years at a prison in Denp