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CURRENT: Disney’s First Polynesian Princess, Moana

Follow TheCruu!by This Thanksgiving, Disney unveils their first Polynesian heroine, and we’re excited.

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CreativeTelevision

Crazy – Conan Visits Youtube’s VR Lab

Follow TheCruu!by Conan visits the YouTube Space in New York City and is presented with some of the most high-tech, cutting edge virtual reality technology in the world, but he mostly wants to know about porn.

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CreativeWeb

Kendrick Lamar Meets Rick Rubin – Dope Convo Ensues

Follow TheCruu!by GQ When GQ introduced K.Dot to Double-R at Shangri-La Studios in Malibu, conversational fireworks flew. Hit play, and come away inspired.

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What Is A Union?

Follow TheCruu!by What a union is explained in less than two minutes.

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Labor and Visual Effects

Follow TheCruu!by   Q1: What do the Teamsters and SEIU have in common with the Academy Award winning film “Life of Pi”? Q2: Why did the the 2013 Oscar Awards include an under reported protest, happening just a few blocks away? A: Labor While much of the country watched the over-hyped Oscars …

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CareerGear & Tech

Is Adobe’s Project VoCo the Photoshop for Audio?

Follow TheCruu!by No Film School Adobe Project VoCo replicates voices to add dialogue you forgot to record. Add text to a recording in exactly the same voice by simply selecting a clip of speech, opening up an edit box, and typing in new text. Over the past week, Adobe has …

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Gaming

How To Trick Gamers into Being Less Toxic

Follow TheCruu!by Motherboard Multiplayer online battle arenas, or MOBAs, are one of the most popular kinds of video games in the world. They’re also cesspools full of toxic gamers who scream when they lose and hurl abuse at their team. If you’ve ever played League of Legendsor Dota 2, there’s …

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Ava DuVernay Produced This Stunning Short Film for Common

Follow TheCruu!by No Film School Black America Again, a poetic short starring Common, features gorgeous black-and-white cinematic portraiture. At the New York Film Festival opening party this year, Common gave a surprise performance in honor of Ava DuVernay’s 13th. Now, DuVernay has produced a short film, directed bySelma cinematographer Bradford Young, to …

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