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Adam Grant: The surprising habits of original thinkers

How do creative people come up with great ideas? Organizational psychologist Adam Grant studies "originals": thinkers who dream up new ideas and take action to put them into the world.
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Meredith Corp. has joined the live video and VR craze that seems to be sweeping the consumer publishing industry. Whether on Facebook, Twitter, or elsewhere, live video is the hottest new distribution channel for publishers. Immersive video experiences provided by VR headsets seem to be gathering steam as well, with The New York Times Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and InStyle already getting in on the action.
In America, the idea of a movie as a “hit” or “flop,” accepting that both of those phrases are far more complicated than most people realize, is as intrinsic a part of the dialogue around a movie’s success or failure as the film’s relative quality. But what constitutes a flop?
Documentarian Alex Gibney's new film Zero Days chronicles the lead-up and execution of the Stuxnet malware story. Stuxnet may not be in the headlines anymore, but the fallout from it is a reality for cybersecurity companies like Symantec. Zero Days effectively poses the very important question of "should governments be involved in cyber warfare?"
How does our unbridled creativity and child-like imagination just disappear into the ether – especially when it is so useful to us? Why did it take Pablo Picasso “four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child?”
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A lost film Bath is to receive a special screening in the city at the cinema in which it was re-discovered. The travel documentary Bath: Queen of the West, filmed in 1952 and presented by Richard Dimbleby, was found in 2010 in a corner of a cinema.
First powered up in 1966, Index Stock Shots celebrates 50 years in the footage industry. Founded by aviation film maker Gerry Weinbren, the genre has long been a speciality of the collection, featuring 35mm colour footage of aircraft, airlines and airports from the fifties to the present.
StormStock has posted a highlights video of the material captured by cinematographer Martin Lisius during Hurricane Hermine when the storm struck Florida earlier this month. The new footage was filmed by Lisius on DCI 4K (4:2:2 10-bit), and is available for licensing exclusively through StormStock.
The filmmakers collective showcases beautiful ecological moving images from around the world, with the tagline that using stock footage helps save the environment a vast amount of CO2. And you don’t have to cut back on quality.
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Volunteers Sought for Four Corners Archive project
A project to record an important part of UK film history are seeking volunteers to help research and record memories, photographs, films and documents about the early history of Four Corners and Camerawork.
Job Vacancy - Director of MACE (Media Archives of Central England)
There is a job vacancy for the Director of the central England archive MACE, based in the Lincoln School of Film and Media. MACE is the regional film and video archive for the East and West Midlands.
FOCAL International General Manager Job Vacancy
FOCAL International - the international, not for profit, professional trade association, representing commercial film/audiovisual, stills and sound libraries, researchers and other industry professionals, is seeking a General Manager.
BFI Premieres Restoration of 1929 Film The Informer
The Archive Gala at the 60th BFI London Film Festival is the World Premiere of a new BFI National Archive restoration of Arthur Robison’s The Informer (1929). This rare silent adaptation of Liam O’Flaherty’s famous novel, with a new score, is set among Dublin revolutionaries in the early days of the newly independent Irish Free State in 1922.
FOCAL Training and Conference Week Coming in September
Trade association FOCAL International are holding their annual conference and training week from 19th – 23rd of September. The training event is sponsored by Creative Skillset and has been renamed Continuing Personal Development (CPD) week.
Televisual Magazine Surveys the Archive Sector
Televisual Magazine has an interesting article on the archive sector, “A spate of major anniversaries, the ongoing popularity of ‘list’ shows, as well as the rise of clip-based docs like Senna, have helped to buoy the archive sector,” says journalist Tim Dams.
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