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    A Whole Brew World: A Beer Documentary

    Follow TheCruu!by The feature-length documentary, called A Whole Brew World, is by Good Enough Films. Made up of young creatives, the St. Petersburg-based independent video production group has been filming together since March 2013. They refer to their latest project, focused on the boom that the region’s beer scene has experienced in recent years, as something they’re […] More

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    Ma’agalim – Jane Bordeaux (animation)

    Follow TheCruu!by Awesome animated video. Official music video for Jane Bordeaux’s ‘Ma’agalim’. In a forgotten old penny arcade, a wooden doll is stuck in place and time. Music – Jane Bordeaux Band Producers: Uri Lotan & Yoav Shtibelman Director: Uri Lotan Co-Director: Yoav Shtibelman Art Director: Ovadia Benishu Additional Art: Avner Geller Lighting and Shading: […] More

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    Donald Trump’s Youtube Page is Terrible …

    Follow TheCruu!by ReelSEO Occasionally ReelSEO does a series of YouTube channel reviews. They take a  comprehensive look behind-the-scenes at a big brand, personality, or YouTube superstar to see what content is working for them, how regularly they are publishing it, and what they are doing to promote it. Today they’re focused on the US Presidential Election […] More

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    This Is a Generic Presidential Campaign Ad

    Follow TheCruu!by Dissolve Created entirely with stock footage from Dissolve, This Is a Generic Presidential Campaign Ad reunites the team behind This Is a Generic Brand Video. As the 2016 presidential election cycle has progressed, dozens of candidates have released their campaign ads. And though there are a few differences from the left wing to […] More

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    Collaboration and Time Management

    Follow TheCruu!by LinkedIN Pulse by Reid Hoffman Recently I was talking with the noted surgeon, writer, and public health researcher Atul Gawande about his demanding schedule – and how he tries to manage it for maximum impact. As I described the framework I use to navigate Silicon Valley and all its potential deals and alliances, Atul […] More

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    KitSplit, The AirBnB for Creative Equipment

    Follow TheCruu!by FAST COMPANY A new startup is betting that the creative class will flock to rent drones, Google Glass headsets, high-end cameras, and Oculus Rift systems online. New York-based KitSplit is a self-declared “Airbnb for creative equipment” that allows production companies, studios, and individual artists to lease out their unused equipment for short-term periods. […] More

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