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New running work for Adidas #adidas #running #neverdone

New running work for Adidas #adidas #running #neverdone

Adrian M. Owen for @NewScientist. Dr. Owen is a British neuroscientist and author. He is currently the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience and Imaging at The Brain and Mind Institute, The University of Western Ontario, Canada. He and his team have found a way to use brain scans to communicate with people previously written off as unreachable. #thebrain #Neuroscientist  #IntoTheGreyZone

Somewhere over Texas #windowseat #americanair #texas

Success! Thanks to everyone who came out tonight. You laughed at all the right parts and were oh so kind with your compliments and high fives. And to the crew back home who couldn’t make it – you were missed! Your hard work was on fine display in this beautiful theatre. #portlandfilm #shortfilm #documentry #pdxff17

Go time! Big crowd! #portlandfilm #shortfilm #documentry #pdxff17

I Love Your Fucking Name makes its premiere at @portlandfilm in a few hours! #shortfilm #documentry #pdxff17

Arrivé! A beauty sighting of Mt Hood en route to Portland. Looking forward to checking in to @portlandfilm shortly! #shortfilm #documentry #pdxff17

Trailer is up for I Love Your Fucking Name! . . . I Love Your Fucking Name is a glimpse into what it’s like to live with a name that makes every introduction a “thing.” Each of us is given a name at birth – a verbal tattoo that’s with us wherever we go. It’s inescapable. Especially if you have a name that stands out for one reason or another. This film makes us think about the whole ritual of naming and the impact it can have on our entire lives. The film’s premiere is on November 1st at 4 PM at the Portland Film Festival. For more information on the movie and screenings, check the link above in my BIO. #shortfilm #documentry #pdxff17

Friends and supporters, I’m pleased to announce the launch of my short documentary film I Love Your Fucking Name, and honoured to have it be an Official Selection at the 2017 Portland Film Festival, which begins next week. As the film’s Director, I’d like to congratulate my collaborators Stuart Campbell (Director of Photography), Josh Day (Production Designer), Caitlin Keeley (Writer), Mel Hider (Editor, Saints Editorial), Emily Goldberg (Producer), Didier Tovel (Audio Director, SNDWRX) and Sean Cochrane (VFX, The Vanity). We would like to thank all our cast and crew for making it all possible. The film is a glimpse into what it’s like to live with a name that makes every introduction a “thing.” Each of us is given a name at birth – a verbal tattoo that’s with us wherever we go. It’s inescapable. Especially if you have a name that stands out for one reason or another. This film makes us think about the whole ritual of naming and the impact it can have on our entire lives. If you can’t make it to Portland for the premiere, we invite you to join us for a screening in Toronto on November 21 at Mahjong Bar. Please visit ILYFN.com (link in BIO), for details about the screening party and to view the trailer. Thanks for your support!