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Saturday, September 17, 2011
Short version edit from a longer documentary about Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. "Wastings & Pain". Filmed on the streets of Vancouver, BC by K.R.T. using Canon Powershot S51S and S31S cameras. Written and edited by Josh Laner. Original soundtrack by Brad Laner and Christopher Willits.
"Their bodies may belong to others, but their dreams are still their own."
Street Dreams is a powerful insight into the international sex industry operating in South East Asia as experienced by the girls made to service it, and those trying to save them.
This is Red Earth Film's second trailer for Street Dreams which explores the story that we intend to tell. We are in the process of fundraising to complete the film and are seeking interested groups and individuals willing to help get this film on this important topic of human trafficking to completion. www.street-dreams.com.au
FAQ "can you melt cans" This video illustrates the ease of melting and burning very thin metal. For some reason, a lot of questions came in about this over the past week. The thinner the material is, the less square area it has to dissipate heat collected. This lens is extremely powerful but would have a difficult time melting a 1 inch x 1 inch block of aluminum in open air.
Metal masses require a crucible to retain the heat collected or they act like a heat sink. This is why heat sinks are usually at least 3/16" thick. Also most metals become very shunt when molten ad reflect 50% of the light,