Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If shooting is like generating the raw material of a film, the edit table is where the film finds its final processed & packaged form. The current trend is the non-linear editing system that digitizes and stores footage onto computer hard disk drives.
VFX gives one-to-one training, which is the ultimate way to increase computer knowledge and skills And fine tune individual needs and quickly respond with knowledge that's directly relevant to you and your situation. VFX recognizes the importance of high-quality training for both experienced graphics professionals and first-time tablet users. We give internship to the students with our production team who have sound knowledge in film making, ad films making, film editing, and live broadcasting. The purpose of Work Experience learning is to provide students with opportunities for applying the technology which they learn from trainer.
Production-Based Training programs are designed to address current and upcoming industry employment requirements. Throughout the IT, entertainment, media, and arts industry, VFX students have made their names working on award-winning films and albums. VFX aims to become the largest human resource provider for World's Animation, Visual Effects , Graphic Designing, Web Designing and Gaming companies. Inside the Edit might very well be one of the best online courses around for people looking to learn the creative aspects of editing.
Luckily, new educational pricing from the company means that students can now save 75% on the course.
Our new student price of ?1,000 [$1637] is available to anyone in a degree-granting or certificate-granting course. And here's a look at some of the footage from the uncut documentary film that accompanies the course. Last month, we interviewed Paddy Bird, the creator of Inside the Edit, and a world-renowned non-fiction editor in his own right. 0 How to Craft a Film Industry Freelance Career1 Want to Learn the Dark Art of Creative Editing? You wouldn't believe what students pay at specialized, pseudo-vocational schools for the arts.
What they need to do is lower the price to a couple hundred dollars and start out by losing money and then when they prove themselves raise the price. I dunno how they expect anyone that's ALREADY paying for a degree to drop 1,600$ on something that isn't gear or tangible.
It's sad in a way, for the instructor and those who put a ton of hard work into creating this excellent looking course. Many of those who would love to be a part of this are those who are not in film school, ironically. Even though there are many great resources for learning, I haven't found many that focus strictly on editing.
I know there are many good websites for learning, I haven't seen many that concentrate this much on editing. Well this editing course is pretty helpful in the sense that it has put together scattered information into one place, and this small yet powerful video is recommended to anyone seeking to learn editing for real. I need this article to complete my assignment in the college, and it has same topic with your article. In terms of cast, new blood John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Domhnall Gleeson and Gwendoline Christie joined veterans Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill and a show-stopping Harrison Ford on stage. Abrams showed a behind-the-scenes package that included glimpses of the original trilogy’s most beloved characters, Luke Skywalker (Hamill), Han Solo (Ford), Princess Leia (Fisher), Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew) and more. Abrams trotted out a creature named Baba Joe, a futuristic bagman of sorts, to trumpet the film’s commitment to practical effects over computer-generated graphics.
When Disney acquired the rights to the beloved franchise from creator and original director George Lucas, many detractors saw it as a financial ploy to milk box office and merchandising dollars out of devotees. The man who originated Han Solo seemed to choke up after he entered Hall H to a raucous standing ovation. He added, “Here I was doing something I did so long ago, and I will tell you that it felt great. Producer Kathleen Kennedy mentioned that production will begin in three weeks on Rogue One, director Gareth Edwards‘ standalone film about a band of resistance fighters seeking to steal the plans for the original Death Star.
Irreverent, laugh out loud, hold your breath and weep silently; this show will stay with you long after you watch it. Beautifully performed by Viv Gordon, winner of Judge's Prize at Arts in Health South West Awards 2015, I Am Joan is a hopeful comedy about a woman in trauma finding empowerment by connecting through inspirational Joans.
Think Dynasty meets Joan of Arc with lashings of cherry bakewells, a heavy dose of glam rock and tissues for all at the end. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, Oscar-winner Louie Psihoyos (The Cove) and a team of artists, scientists and activists show the world never-before-seen images exposing mankind’s role in the potential loss of at least half the world’s species. Every Dive is an Adventure joins 'ILFSAC' on a day out from Ilfracombe harbour, exploring the lesser known waters right on their doorstep. They've invited Seasearch (a national organisation which records marine life) to help them document their findings - and along the way they visit one of the many local wrecks.
Over the course of many album releases over the years Bibb has been nominated for multiple Blues Music Awards in several categories. The You Really Got Me tour follows the October 2015 release of his latest album, Lead Belly’s Gold through DixieFrog Records. Ancient oceans teeming with life, Norwegian settlers, Native Americans and multinational oil corporations find intimacy in deep time. Following up his 2009 feature Crude Independence (SXSW), Deep Time is director Noah Hutton's ethereal portrait of the landowners, state officials, and oil workers at the center of the most prolific oil boom on the planet for the past six years. The sun is out, sea is calm and skipper Paul Stone smiles as he and his crew of the Sparkling Star in Ilfracombe in North Devon land a net full of squid. Filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge. But as Grant’s addictive personality turns full tilt towards food rescue, the ‘thrill of the find’ has unexpected consequences. This exhilarating heist thriller by German actor and director Sebastian Schipper's was shot entirely in one fluid, continuous take. Offering a unique and immersive viewing experience Victoria is one of the best technical achievements to hit cinemas this year, screened to acclaim at festivals including Toronto and the Berlinale where it unsurprisingly won a Silver Bear for Cinematography.
The film pulls the audience into a vivid, neon-lit late-night Berlin, where a young Spanish woman, Victoria (Laia Costa) and four Berliner best friends bond outside a club.
Shot in real time it is not just cinematography that is innovative here, Victoria demands momentum and stamina from is cast. This will offer an in-depth introduction to Adobe Photoshop and prepare you with an understanding of how to can use the programme to benefit your work. You will discover how to use text, colour control, drawing, ?shapes and brushes as well as how to use different styles for various audiences. A visually thrilling ode to the beauty and importance of the imperiled songbird, and what it means to all of us on both a global and human level if we lose them. A visual and aural riff on the pioneering films of Mary Field and her early work for the Secrets of Nature series. Exeter Pride is a celebration of the LGBTQ+ communities and diversity within Exeter and the surrounding area.
The parade starts at 12noon from St Sidwell's Centre, Sidwell Street and will feature favourites and new acts for this year, such as; Street Heat, a fire engine, a pink double decker bus, circus performers and many more! Our evening entertainments are hosted by Anna Drenalin and it all kicks off with local acts, bands and a Kylie tribute. So come along, invite your friends, family and let's celebrate our fabulous city and its diversity with a day of fun, music and laughs. A well-known nightmarish vision of the future: The Earth’s population reaches seven billion.
After the box-office success of Plastic Planet, in Population Boom curious documentary filmmaker Werner Boote travels the globe and examines a stubborn view of the world that has existed for decades. Once upon a time almost everyone living by the Taw or Torridge in North Devon had access to a boat and tried to catch salmon until licenses were introduced in the 1800s. Watch this story, told by 84 year old Stephen Taylor and his wife Sheila, documenting a traditional method of fishing which may soon disappear forever. David and Andy from Exeter’s Shooting People film community showcase Devon’s finest filmmaking talent and launch their new Filmmakers Lab initiative. Fresh from Blue Peter and BBC's Factomania join TV & YouTube Science Guy Greg Foot for an evening of curious questions and explosive answers. TV’s science genius Greg Foot presents a live science show for anyone who wants answers (and likes a bit of danger!) whether aged 9 or 90. The Forgotten Space follows container cargo aboard ships, barges, trains and trucks, listening to workers, engineers, planners, politicians, and those sidelined by the global transport system.
Through descriptive documentary, interviews and archive this essayistic, visual documentary speaks about one of the most important processes that affects us today and seeks to describe the contemporary maritime world in relation to the complex symbolic legacy of the sea. Presented in Partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Commodities join us after for a post-screening discussion with artists and activists. An intimate portrait chronicling sulphur miners working at Kawah Ijen, an active volcano in Indonesia as they haul loads of up to 200lbs of pure sulpher per day.
Exeter Academy of Music and Sound BA students perform an evening of live music in a variety of genres to suit all.
The programme planned aims to offer an opportunity of talking about dying, death and bereavement placing the subject firmly on the agenda and explaining why talking is so crucial.
All are welcome to come and participate in a friendly, relaxed, engaging, entertaining and informative environment.

Commissioned by the National Council for Palliative Care Homeward Bound had its gala performance at a major NCPC conference at Keele University in March 2016 and now touring extensively. The film shows the evocative dignity in end of life care in a Scottish hospice where terminally ill patients receive singing therapy. The 13 dancers perform a full evening of fresh, energetic dance created specially for them by four of the most innovative choreographers of the moment - Philippe Blanchard, Tom Roden, Joseph Toonga and Alexander Whitley. Tom Hiddleston, Sienna Miller and Jeremy Irons star in Ben Wheatley's (Kill List, Sightseers) much-anticipated adaptation of J. But then flaws begin to emerge in the building and in parallel, cracks in the regimented social strata also start to show. From Gabriel Abrantes comes a supercharged history of sculptor Constantin Brancusi’s infamous ‘Princess X’, a futuristic bronze phallus that is actually a bust portrait of Napoleon’s equally infamous great grand niece, Marie Bonaparte. During this two hour class you will be taught how to make your own 30cm diameter Drum Lampshade.
Please bring 1.2 metres by 30cm of non-embellished, non-silky, medium weight cotton or polycotton fabric. A major part of EDge's activity is to work with high-calibre professional dance choreographers & an artistic director, touring programmes of original work and repertory to venues nationally and internationally. Vanessa Miles is a professional photographer and picture editor and will be running this one day course introducing the digital SLR. Hold It Down and Don't Walk Boogie are excited to present a show that has been a long time in the making. With all your favourite resident DJ's dropping disco, funk, soul and latin across 2 rooms, this is going to be an amazing night.
All attendees of this class get a 10% discount on hot drinks and Cafe Bar meals on the workshop day. Sarah John is a practising ceramics and fine artist and has been teaching at Exeter Phoenix for 3 years. Sarah focuses on learning ‘ways to see’, that are key for expressing the world of form around us, and on sharing skills and techniques in an informal atmosphere, which bring out the best creative ideas. Spend a relaxing day being guided through the steps to create your own unique hand painted Mandala, inspired by Tibetan colours and patterns.
Mandalas are present in Tibetan, Nepalese and Indian sacred art traditions, and can vary in size, medium and subject matter. Through A Different Lens presents a special double bill showcasing film that represents black, African and Caribbean culture and experiences from around the globe. Featuring powerful live performances, rare archival footage, and conversations with friends and contemporaries including Bob Dylan, Prince, Bonnie Raitt, Levon Helm, Jeff Tweedy, Chuck D, and more, Mavis! Fresh Dressed is the fascinating chronicle of hip-hop, urban fashion and the hustle that brought oversized pants and graffiti-drenched jackets from the New York discount markets to high fashion's catwalks and shopping malls all around the world. Join us for the exhibition opening and talk by artist Sean Lynch who will be talking about this show and his wider practice. Fresh from supporting Sunset Sons, Haunt The Woods are looking forward to an exciting 2016.
The album comes off the heels of Cooper’s debut EP in 2015 (released on Indica Records), which serves as a teaser for what we can expect off the full length.
Joining Hein will be 19 year old singer songwriter Ethan Barnett (Ten Tonnes) whose blues and alternative influences can be clearly heard through his music.
Join two local artists for a day of graffiti art on Exeter Phoenix's terrace as part of Art Week Exeter. Cleo Heard runs Miss*C's Graffiti Academy and has run many community arts events and graffiti workshops.
Cleo and Clare have been working on their design with Freefall, Exeter Phoenix's youth art group through April and May, and are inviting the public to come along on Sat 14 May to get involved in the final creation.
Martin Carthy and daughter Eliza join forces to perform songs from their first duo album of traditional material.
For more than forty years Martin has been one of Folk music’s greatest innovators, enjoying musical partnerships with Steeleye Span, Dave Swarbrick, Norma Waterson and many more.
Eliza Carthy is undoubtedly one of the most impressive and engaging performers of her generation, performing with a diverse array of artists including Paul Weller and Rufus Wainwright.
BAFTA shorts programmes are legendary for providing stunning collections of the best short live action and animated films, showcasing the nominated and winning entries for their annual, prestigious awards. This is the story of Shmilu, a Hasidic Jew in crisis, torn between his community and the romantic possibilities of trendy east London. An Emergency Services Operator receives a call from Gemma, a desperate young mother whose three-year-old son is trapped upstairs in a burning house. Robert, an ex-shipyard welder from Govan in Glasgow, has put aside his tools for pen and paper.
From Hirokazu Koreeda (Still Walking; Like Father, Like Son) comes this beautifully graceful, meticulously filmed tale of sisterly love.
Screened in Competition at Cannes 2015, it tells the story of three sisters in their twenties - nurse Sachi, bank worker Yoshino and shop girl Chika - who live together in a rambling ancestral home they jokingly refer to as an 'adult dorm'.
Impulsively taking her in, they adjust their set-up and grow to love her, partly as a baby sister, partly as a quasi-daughter.
As ever, the masterful Kore-eda's brilliance lies in taking a story with seemingly limited dramatic potential and turning it into an heartbreaking family saga of immense emotional power. Petty and vindictive, this God giggles as he forces toast to land jam-side down and ensures whichever queue his chosen victim is in lasts the longest. The art of editing, no longer an invisible art as it used to be, is perhaps the very essence of Film Making. Modern day software allows this video and audio information to be viewed, modified, and eventually played back in real time from the system, without changing the original rushes.
Through hands-on practical training using softwares like FCP, Adobe Premier Pro and After Effects, they are taught the fundamental and aesthetic principles of editing for film and television. Over the past Seven years, VFX has built a reputation as one of the premier multimedia school in India.
Our trainers are able to quickly adapt to the student needs so it gets delivered at a suitable level and pace for each person.
To this end, we have established relationships with Wacom products to ensure that you get the best training for your field of creative content.
Production-Based Training partnerships train a student in a specific software, or skill, and may include an offer of employment upon a student's successful completion of the program.
Over the past 7 years, VFX has built a reputation as one of the premier institute in India.
We are also introducing volume license pricing for educational institutions, broadcasters, post houses and production companies to cope with the serious lack of pro level creative training within the post-production sector. And, due to an unprecedented demand, we are also pleased to announce an extension to the Early Bird offer of ?3,000 [$4911], so anyone who missed out can still buy The Creative Editing Course at the 25% discounted rate. We talked about what sets his Inside the Edit apart from the multitude of editing courses and books on the market today. These are for profit, private institutions, where the admissions test often consists of filling out a tuition check.
Unfortunately (and fortunately), the internet has opened up so many resources that paying anywhere near this amount (as a non-student especially), is extremely difficult. Often times the most driven, hardworking, non-filmschoolers are the ones who will appreciate this the most, as the expensive film school option is not an option. This helps lot me to continue my education as I begin college in the fall and has also helped me acknowledge what really matters in education.
Abrams seemed hellbent on proving his own devotion, starting with the script, which he co-wrote with Kasdan.
Carrie Fisher no longer sports the iconic side buns as Princess Leia in the footage revealed so far, but a tidy top knot laced with a signature braid and combat gear marked by a leather vest. Joan Collins, Joan Jett, Joan of Arc… these are women who all embody elusive qualities of resilience and self-belief. As proud supporters of independent film,  we offer exposure for emerging local and national filmmakers and treat our audiences to a unique and diverse viewing experience. In addition to the Grammy-nominated Shakin’ a Tailfeather children’s album (with Taj Mahal and Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir), other noted albums included Friends, which featured Odetta, Charlie Musselwhite, Guy Davis and Mahal as special guests. With a new focus on the relationship of the indigenous peoples of North Dakota to their surging fossil wealth, Deep Time casts the ongoing boom in the context of paleo-cycles, climate change, and the dark ecology of the future. Fishing For The Long Haul was filmed the summer before a ban on fishing for ray off the UK Coast effectively closed the Bristol Channel to North Devon trawlers, putting many fishermen out of work. They pledge to quit grocery shopping and survive only on foods that would otherwise be thrown away.
As roof top beers are sipped and a late night romance buds things take a darker turn and bad decisions are made as the group are forced to take part in a serious crime. As events unfold it's hard to know just how much of the exhaustion, euphoria, sweat and tears are performance, and how much is actually for real. With a score by the influential electronic music composer Matthew Herbert, Bird is about observation and environment, prompting a consideration of the ways in which cinematic tools – camera, lens, colour, movement, voice, sound – heighten and humanise our interpretation of the natural world. We are delighted that Exeter Pride is returning for its 8th year and this year will be bigger and brighter than ever before! Featuring workshops such as the ceilidh, drumming circle, a trans zone, self defence workshop, family and youth zones and a panel debate, there will be something for everyone. There will also be DJ's playing in the bar area throughout the afternoon and into the early hours. Dwindling resources, mountains of toxic waste, hunger and climate change—the results of overpopulation? But he sees a completely different question: Who or what is driving this catastrophic vision?

As seen on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, BBC’s Secrets of Everything, The One Show and by 5 Million people on Youtube! So if you like your eyebrows make sure you bring your safety goggles along… You’ve got some right? But perhaps the biggest seagoing disaster is the global supply chain, which – maybe in a more fundamental way than financial speculation – leads the world economy to the abyss. We visit displaced farmers and villagers in Holland and Belgium, underpaid truck drivers in Los Angeles, seafarers aboard mega-ships shuttling between Asia and Europe, and factory workers in China, whose low wages are the fragile key to the whole puzzle. A final performance for the Academy of Music and Sound students’ BA Honours in Performance Industries. There will be suggestions and practical tips for initiating and continuing these conversations and breaking down taboos around the issues of dying, death and bereavement.
The play is based on the true story of Seth and Lesley who were married for close to ten years when Seth was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Their reaction vary - some rage, some cry and others quietly prepare memory boxes and plan for their children’s future care.
The postgraduate performance company of London Contemporary Dance School, EDge brings together some of the most exciting young talent in a programme packed with drama, passion and unwavering energy. Experience the diverse influences of comedy, krumping and theatre performed by the brightest new talents on the cusp of their professional careers.
Eventually nihilism, in the form of drugs and alcohol, extreme sex and violence and acts of depravity and destructiveness prevail, as Ballard's dystopian parable reaches its climax. She has also been running her own business for the last 4 years, selling her designs and teaching classes.
EDge offers a group of young artists the opportunity to develop their skills as dance artists in an intensely creative environment. In addition to this touring, EDge engage in a broad variety of other projects exploring the creative process; using dance film, professional improvisational work or site-specific choreography. The postgraduate performance company of London Contemporary Dance School, EDge brings together some of the most exciting young talent in a performance packed with drama, passion and unwavering energy. Participants ideally should have their own camera and will be learning about technical aspects which will include understanding apertures, shutter speeds and ISO?s as well as artistic aspects exploring what makes good composition and how to make the best use of natural light. The mighty Lack Of Afro will be performing live for us, fusing funk, soul and hip-hop to create a contemporary yet vintage musical escapade of superb songs. Throughout the workshop you will develop your own unique sculpting style, responding to observation of the human form. Observation of human and natural form (in both 2D and 3D media) has remained central to her interests.
Reaching deep to Southern plantation culture, the black church and Little Richard, director Sacha Jenkins' music-drenched history draws from a rich mix of archival materials and in-depth interviews with rappers, designers and other industry insiders, such as Pharrell Williams, Damon Dash, Karl Kani, Kanye West, Nas Jones and Andre Leon Talley. Last year’s highlights included supporting Dry the River, a main stage performance at Boardmasters festival, packing out monthly residency shows at the Plymouth Bbar, and an appearance on Chris Evans TFI Friday.
With a new and unique sound that combines their love of traditional and modern folk music along with gorgeous harmonies and spellbinding guitar, their live show really captures the energy and essence of the bands love and passion for music. Both records were recorded and produced in Montreal, Canada, with Marcus Paquin who has worked with the likes of Local Natives, Arcade Fire and The National. She has revitalised modern folk music with her intelligent, charismatic and boundary-crossing performances. With a blend of drama, shock, desire, cultural perspectives and new work from the animation genius behind Who Framed Roger Rabbit, this year’s collection is no disappointment.
As he stands alone by a lake contemplating his options, he goes on a journey backwards through his life, and revisits all his defining moments in search for the origin of his desires.
The first fictional film made with the UK’s Hasidic population, Samuel-613 has unprecedented access including non-professional actors and Yiddish dialogue.
Reflecting on how his life experiences have influenced his new found compulsion to write, his retrospective poetry reveals a man who is trying to achieve a state of contentment through words and philosophy. In a desperate attempt to tap into his masculinity he attends a primal scream therapy session, though even surrounded by wailing men he cannot make a sound. During the course of nine wide shots, told in reverse order, we watch an intriguing story unfold. Their existence there is carefully emotionally calibrated, but this changes when their estranged father dies and at his funeral, they meet their smart younger half-sister, Suzu. But is their happiness keeping them from leaving their troubled childhoods behind and graduating to adult life? In fact this inventive, fantastical black comedy situates him in a drab flat in modern-day Brussels. He lives with his docile wife and their children, perceptive 10-year-old daughter Ea and son ‘JC’, who together form a plan: they'll acquire six new disciples and create a brand new testament. The Editor is the one who makes the final decisions about what needs to be seen and heard in a film, while also controlling its rhythm & pace.
The technology nowadays is such that it allows the Editor to directly broadcast his or her work in full resolution from a workstation or print it to celluloid, videotape or hard disk.
Like the unanimous verdict in the last article about this course, whoever in that company decided the business model of invoking a $5000 USD price tag on this downloadable online tutorial really squandered a great opportunity, in effect killing the cash cow before it even began. While the actors were vague about their exact mission, Driver gave some insight as to what motivates the three. In a nation where one in 10 people is food insecure, the images they capture of squandered groceries are both shocking and strangely compelling.
They have helped predict the change of seasons, the coming of storms and the rise of toxins in the food chain. You will need to purchase one of our wristband welcome packs to gain entry to the entertainments.
Greg will stop at nothing to answer YOUR questions LIVE, even if he has to use a giant flamethrower, make a rainbow indoors or launch a space rocket! In Bilbao, we discover the most sophisticated expression of the belief that the maritime economy, and the sea itself, is somehow obsolete.
Above all everyone is treated with honesty, dignity and affection – striving to live life as normally as possible.
An evening of dance with EDge is an exhilarating ride through works that epitomise and question contemporary dance today. Ballard's savage, brilliant 1975 novel, a satire of Thatcherite excess and consumerist values.
He's quickly seduced by its social scene, going to glamorous cocktail parties where the conversation always leads back to the architect who designed it. The members of EDge work across media and styles as contemporary dancers, offering an experience accurately reflecting the breadth of the industry and their futures within it.
This allows further collaboration with dance organisations and artists across the industry. This is a very practical session which includes taking pictures, downloading and editing them on the day. Support comes from the super-talented friends band Chebs, who will be making their Exeter Phoenix debut. From the freedom songs of the ’60s and hits like I’ll Take You There in the ’70s, to funked-up collaborations with Prince and her recent albums with Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, Mavis has stayed true to her roots, kept her family close, and inspired millions along the way. At 75, she's making the most vital music of her career, winning Grammy awards, and reaching a new generation of fans. The result is a passionate telling of how the reach for freedom of expression and a better life by a culture that refused to be squashed, would, through sheer originality and swagger, take over the mainstream.
She has created a series of 'colour by numbers' maps using UK Climate Projections data from the Met Office, and these will be the starting point for refreshing the graffiti wall. We are excited to announce that Mining Poems or Odes is the thought provoking and poetic factual short that our team selected to open the Documentary screening of Two Short Nights Film Festival 2015 and we can't wait to see it back on our screen at Studio 74.
But when Glen is pushed too far, he releases something from deep within that knows no limits.
Extremely technical and yet tremendously artistic, a career in film and TV editing is monetarily as well as creatively satisfying.
The certification is validate acrosss the Globe which helps them to get jobs in any part of the world. The authors appear to have done a stellar job at crafting the course, so I am inclined to think there is excellent content. All attendees of this class get 10% off all food and hot drinks at our Cafe Bar on the workshop day.
Maybe offering it at an affordable price will give them a greater return with more enrollments. Homeward Bound was created from letters Lesley wrote to her beloved husband and to NHS managers.
Moreover next year I’m going to the college and will have even less time to keep up with everything. In this poignant and heart-wrenching play, performed by Sophie Turner and Brian Daniels, we come to realize that when the unexpected suddenly happens we are seldom prepared for it.

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