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'Monsters University' Graduates to Full-Length Trailer Status

We've seen quite a few teasers scared up already for Pixar's latest animated adventure, "Monsters University," but now the long overdue follow-up to their 2001 hit "Monsters, Inc." has finally matriculated into the world of full-length trailers.

Rather than simply picking up on what James P. Sullivan, "Sulley" (John Goodman), and one-eyed Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) have been up to in the business of playful boo tactics over in Monstropolis lately, the film journeys way back in time to show how the pair came to be that lovably inseparable duo the world knows. As it turns out, back in college, the then-potluck roomies weren't exactly best pals right out of the spooky gate and had quite a competitive spirit going over which of them could be the best student of scaring. Sulley, obviously, has the edge on size.

The first trailer comes by way of the United Kingdom. Steve Buscemi, Jennifer Tilly,
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Canines, culture and creativity

This is probably the fluffiest article ever on Mumbrella.

Office dogs.

What, if anything, does having a pooch on the premises add to company culture? Does man’s best friend contribute to the creative process? Or do they, much like procurement types, tend to bark at people and shit on everything?

Like graffiti on office walls, a dog in the agency is one thing I’ve noticed a lot lately on my travels around adland. I wondered if lap dogs in hospital wards help the healing process, what role do they perform in an ad agency?

The first agency I noticed for its canine credentials was Spinach Advertising, an agency in Melbourne, a city where I’ve noticed plenty of dogs in agencies.

I was at Spinach’s office in St Kilda to catch up with their media director Ben Willee. After walking out of the lift, I was met first by a receptionist,
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Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival announces line up

The Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival has announced its 2012 full line up which includes the world premiere of Australian documentary Semi Colin about Colin Murray, as well as local films Save Your Legs, A Common Purpose and Coral Rekindling Venus.

The announcement:

The Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival (Bofa) has announced an outstanding 2012 program featuring 30 of the world’s best features and documentaries from the last 12 months.

The 2012 Bofa Festival, to run from November 8-11 in Launceston and Hobart, will offer a wide range of screen based entertainment ranging from the latest Woody Allen production To Rome with Love to the extraordinary and award winning Us feature Beasts of the Southern Wild.

Documentaries include Under African Skies, which follows Neil Simon’s return to South Africa 25 years after Graceland, and Jiro Dreams of Sushi, the story of the world’s greatest sushi master.

Premieres include the world premiere of Semi Colin,
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Listen Now: A GeekCast Radio Network Update

Welcome back to our weekly look at the new podcasts available at our “partners in podcast crime” the GeekCast Radio Network. As usual here’s our weekly look at the podcasts from Gcrn, This Week in Geek and the latest toy review videos from Baltmatrix, with descriptions and links to each and every podcast for your audio/visual pleasure!

Attf v2.0 – Episode 29 – Tf Prime’s Speculation

Steve, Mike and PecanCT Michael sit down and talk Transformers Prime and All Things Transformers in this Hour long discussion. Stay tuned for the next episode coming soon. Transform and Roll Out!

Legends of the Dark Knight – Episode 17

We return once more to Gotham for the Legends of the Dark Knight! In this Episode Steve and Mike glide the skies of Gotham City to delve into The Adventures of Batman and Robin! This time they discuss, “Second Chance”, “Harley’s Holiday”, “Lock-Up”, “Make ’em
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DVD Review: Anton Corbijn Inside Out

Anton Corbijn: Inside Out

Features: Anton Corbijn, Bono, Martin Gore | Written by Klaartje Quirijns, Thomas den Drijver | Directed by Klaartje Quirijns

Photography is an art, it comes from the eye of the person behind the camera and they invite us into their world. It’s a snapshot of what they want us to see, their reality and their view. When it comes to a photographer and the images they create it’s an exclusive image and it’s their vision, if we don’t like what we see we can move on and not care, but if it moves us we look deeper into what we see and try understand exactly what they were thinking when they created that image. They are the painter creating their art with a paintbrush; they are a poet creating their art with a pen. Anton Corbijn is an artist who whether it’s through photography,
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What to Watch This Week: Cinema releases for September 14th

It’s Friday, so you know what that means – another round-up of what films are hitting cinemas this weekend; and this week it’s a mixed bag – from the awesome animated feature ParaNorman to a pair of UK gangster flicks the widely released The Sweeney and the limited release indie Twenty8k.

Nationwide Releases ParaNorman

In ParaNorman, a small town comes under siege by zombies. Who can it call? Only misunderstood local boy Norman (voiced by Kodi Smit-McPhee), who is able to speak with the dead. In addition to the zombies, he’ll have to take on ghosts, witches and, worst of all, moronic grown-ups, to save his town from a centuries-old curse. But this young ghoul whisperer may find his paranormal activities pushed to their otherworldly limits. ParaNorman Review

The Sweeney

Sometimes you have to act like a criminal to catch a criminal. Ray Winstone (The Departed) and Ben Drew
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Competition: Win 'Anton Corbijn: Inside Out' & 'Control' on DVD

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Klaartje Quirijns' engrossing and surprising touching documentary Anton Corbijn: Inside Out (2012) is available to own on DVD from Monday (17 September). Thanks to Momentum Pictures, we've kindly been given Two DVD bundles to give away to Corbijn fans, which includes a copies of both Inside Out and his 2007 Ian Curtis biopic Control. This is an exclusive competition for our Facebook and Twitter fans, so if you haven't already, 'Like' us at or follow us @CineVue before answering the question below.

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Film Review: 'Anton Corbijn: Inside Out'

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With a career spanning almost four decades, encompassing photography, visual installations and film, Anton Corbijn is one of the most highly regarded artists of his generation. Having worked with such high profile bands as Arcade Fire, Depeche Mode, Joy Division, Nirvana and U2, as well as directing three acclaimed features, Klaartje Quirijn's documentary Anton Corbijn: Inside Out (2012) is certainly not short of big-name cameos. Thankfully, the film avoids idol worship in favour of a fascinating snapshot of this tireless Dutch pioneer.

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Giveaway - Win Anton Corbijn Inside Out and Control on DVD

Photographer, filmmaker and video artist Anton Corbijn is one of the most prolific artists of our time. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the world including Joy Division, U2, Nirvana, David Bowie, Metallica, Depeche Mode, Clint Eastwood, The Rolling Stones, and R.E.M.

To celebrate the release of director Klaartje Quirijns documentary Anton Corbijn Inside Out on DVD on Monday, September 17th, we're offering one lucky reader to win a copy of the film - along with Corbijn's 2007 Ian Curtis biopic Control - courtesy of the lovely people at Momentum Pictures. Read on for a synopsis and details of how to enter the competition...

"Anton Corbijn has shaped his subjects’ images for many years with his unique iconography, but who is the man behind the camera and what drives him? Inside Out explores Corbijn’s persona, uncovering his motivation and inherent conflict as an artist,
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Win: Anton Corbijn’s Inside Out & Control On DVD

Photographer, filmmaker and video artist Anton Corbijn is one of the most prolific artists of our time and has worked with some of the biggest names in the World. Anton Corbijn has shaped his subjects’ images for many years with his unique iconography, but who is the man behind the camera and what drives him? Anton Corbijn Inside Out, out on DVD on 17 September from Momentum Pictures, explores this.

The film features critical and insightful interviews with artists such as Bono, George Clooney and Corbijn’s family and appearances from U2, Metallica, Lou Reed, Arcade Fire, Depeche Mode and an outstanding soundtrack including Joy Division, Nirvana, Depeche Mode, U2. This is a fascinating and revealing portrait of one of the most significant artists of post-modern pop culture.

We have two DVDs of Anton Corbijn Inside Out along with his highly acclaimed Joy Division biopic Control to give away to our readers.
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Gardening Australia editor made redundant amid restructure at NewsLifeMedia

In another round of restructuring at NewsLifeMedia, the editor of Gardening Australia has been made redundant, and a ‘homes’ desk created to work across numerous titles.

Nick Smith, publisher of the company’s home and lifestyle group, which includes both Gardening Australia and InsideOut, told Mumbrella that Claire Bradley, editor of InsideOut, will replace former Gardening Australia editor Jennifer Stackhouse, to become editor-in-chief across both titles.

Sharon Misko, InsideOut’s creative director, will also carry out this role on Gardening Australia.

On the leadership spread across both magazines, Smith said: “We see some shared capabilities between Gardening Australia and InsideOut, but those in specialist roles will remain separate.”

Stackhouse’s last day was Friday.

Smith said the gardening magazine also aims to bring Costa Georgiadis, host of ABC TV show Gardening Australia, which licenses the name to NewsLifeMedia, closer to the title.

Bradley was appointed editor of InsideOut Magazine from
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Kat DeLuna's Brand New Song 'Dance Bailalo'

Kat DeLuna's fresh material entitled "Dance Bailalo" from her upcoming second studio album "Inside Out" has been released. Sung bilingual, half in English and half in Spanish, the track is premiered on 97.9 NYC and will reportedly serve as the second single off the new album.

Following the release of the song, Kat will hold a dance competition on her YouTube where dancers will be given a chance to upload a video showing their hottest dance moves. "I will then look at the best submissions and pick the one with the hottest moves. The winners will have a chance to appear in the music video with me," so she says.

Kat DeLuna will drop "Inside Out" this summer under Universal Motown. She collaborates with Lil Wayne in the first single "Unstoppable". She will also work with producers RedOne, the mastermind behind her debut album "9 Lives", and Jim Jonsin, the one who helped T.
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Kat DeLuna's New Single 'Put It On' Feat. Lil Wayne

"Put It On", Kat DeLuna's new song in which she joins forces with Lil Wayne has been disclosed. Featuring the use of Auto-Tune, it reportedly comes from her soon-to-be-released second studio effort "Inside Out".

Another song which teams up Kat DeLuna and Lil Wayne is a mid-tempo track called "Unstoppable". Released in January as the lead single off "Inside Out", it is also featured in comedy movie "Confessions of a Shopaholic".

DeLuna will drop "Inside Out" this summer under Universal Motown. Beside collaborating with Wayne, she will work with producers RedOne, the mastermind behind her debut album "9 Lives" and Jim Jonsin, the one who helped T.I. recording single "Whatever You Like".

Audio stream of Kat DeLuna's new song "Put It On" featuring Lil Wayne
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Video Premiere: Kat DeLuna's 'Unstoppable' Feat. Lil Wayne

Dominican singer Kat DeLuna promised a smashing 2009 and she begins with the music video premiere of "Unstoppable" on January 23. The 21-year-old nabbed the favor of Lil Wayne to be the collaborator of the song and to appear in the video which was shot in Brooklyn.

"Unstoppable" is the first single from DeLuna's sophomore album "Inside Out" which is planned to be released later this summer. The single itself is planned to be spun in radio outlets in March and released as a physical CD on February 24. Speaking about the single DeLuna gushed, "The song is a smash," adding that it is "a little bit different...but crazy."

Apart from Lil Wayne, the singer also spent studio time with Akon, Jim Jonsin and RedOne. After releasing her debut album "9 Lives" in 2007, DeLuna parted ways with her record label Epic to join Universal Motown.
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