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cineclectic is in the process of creating a HD online video website featuring interviews with experts/experimenters in the areas of sound,image and web. The project is designed to 'document innovation'

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Dec
20th
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Our good friend Justin Bolognino.

Our good friend Justin Bolognino.

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Hello from new york

Cineclectic is now in Brooklyn, New York.  Time to get this party started!  We will upload some content to here in the short term.  Building up gradually to our Feb 2009 launch.

Aug
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Cineclectic is go

After a long absence, due to working extremely hard and jumping through hoops to secure funding, the cineclectic project is about to become a reality.  One last hoop is to get the cheques from Northern Ireland Screen and then Hugh McGrory hits the road to California.  The kit, EX1 camera and accessories donated on loan by Sony and a full suite of CS3 donated to keep by Adobe.  The plan is to book flights, hotel etc later today to fly to Los Angeles on Wednesday the 13th Aug for the last two days of the Siggraph festival - http://www.siggraph.org/s2008/ then travel to Palo Alto to spend time with the Innovation Journalism Department at Stanford University - http://www.innovationjournalism.org/blog/.  Hoping also to see my good friend Kevan O’Brien from Adobe in San Francisco along the way.  So, exciting times!  I will use the tumblr page to blog the trip.

The cineclectic project has been created by Hugh McGrory and Darryl Collins of www.banjax.com, the website is built but does not yet have HD video content - that’s the reason for the trip!!  The site will launch later in the year but in the meantime there’s lots more coming soon to this page…

Hugh :)

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Apr
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'The Happy Cell', interviews with post-doc scientists at Yale University School of Medicine cut to their microscopy images. By Hugh McGrory and Fran Apprich, Summer 2007.

The Happy Cell is the name given by the scientists to the one cell out of thousands that is chosen for imaging. It’s like a microscopic beauty contest!

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Apr
15th
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Clips from the film ‘Ankles’ Directed by Hugh McGrory and Written by Fran Apprich.

Shot in 300fps extreme slow-motion HD.

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