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Full Pixar’s Short LA LUNA Is Here & Available For All! 11.4KGoogle + Don’t worry guys, we’re not here to give you a broken link! The only thing you need is a comfortable seat. That’s all, because we have Pixar‘s Oscar-nominated shorty La Luna, and as usual – we want to share the fun with you! As you probably know, Enrico Casarosa‘s short movie played this June in theaters together with Brave, but you can also catch it on the Blu-Ray/DVD of Brave this month. La Luna tells the story of a young boy who, one night, accompanies his father & grandfather to their unusual nighttime job. Should he follow the example of his Papa, or his Grandpa? My conclusion: director Casarosa definitely did a great job with this movie! And ok, maybe La Luna is not an intense or funny story, but please have in mind that there’s also no speaking in the film, or as he explained – instead, characters communicate through gibberish. That was obviously the biggest challenge for Casarosa and his team. Real art, for sure! You share my opinion, or what?

His Girlfriend Hates Pictures, So They Came Up With This Adorable Solution Mikaël Theimer is a dedicated photographer. He is currently dating Marion Munez who hates having her picture taken. Unfortunately for Marion, she is Mikaël's favorite model. But these two have been together for over six years now. In order to make it work, they both had to learn to compromise. Mikaël and Marion came up with a kind of agreement when it comes to taking photos. The series first began when Mikaël asked Marion to pose next to a red garage door. "I posted it on my Facebook page saying 'My girlfriend hates to pose for me' and everyone seemed to think it was funny, so I thought I’d turn the “my girlfriend hates to pose for me” concept into an ongoing series." he says Via Metro

8 Awesome Husband and Wife Love Notes The loving husband who listed all the reasons he loves his wife who is battling depression Tim Murphy, a Los Angeles-based engineer, surprised his new wife Molly with a beautiful love note. Molly, who suffers from depression, had just returned from a trip to San Francisco and was feeling particularly blue. When she flopped down on her bed, she noticed Tim has written a 15 point love note, “Reasons I Love My Wife" on their bedroom mirror: 1. The husband who left an awful note to his wife — until she found the second piece "Dear Stefanie,Dinner tasted awful... so I'm leaving you.Goodbye." It's hardly the love letter a wife expects to find from her new husband. Romanticism apart, this was one hell of a creative note. The man who asked his wife what was on her mind and got this drawn response A professor in college once said in class that the biggest challenge for a woman was to answer “nothing” when her boyfriend asks what was she thinking. The short answer? This is how she describes it:

Storytelling, les secrets de la fabrique des histoires - Hebdo La Silicon Valley n'a souvent que cela à la bouche : « Tu peux pitcher ton projet ? » Et les présentation orales de 2 à 5 minutes s'enchaînent comme des mantras. On peut aussi entendre : « C'est pas mal mais il faudrait construire aussi un bon storytelling autour du produit. » Le pitch, c'est l'art de dire de façon concise et claire ce qu'on pense ou projette de faire. Le storytelling, consiste en une mise en récit astucieuse qui peut être plus longue mais dont l'agencement est fondamental dans la vie d’une oeuvre ou d’une entreprise. Les deux méthodes s'utilisent aussi bien dans le marketing, la communication, la politique ou l’univers créatif du cinéma. Saviez-vous que Steve Jobs lors des déroulés de ses keynotes d'Apple respectait à la lettre les consignes du storytelling ? Ce brillant tourbillon narratif pour épater la galerie mais aussi ne rien négliger de ses «attentes», correspond chaque fois à un canevas méticuleux. Et le storytelling ? Mais qui connaît cet art ?

Christopher, je t'en prie, nettoie ta chambre! par Vincent Gauthier Générique réalisation Vincent Gauthier animation Jo Meuris conseiller pour le storyboard Sheldon Cohen supervision de la production de l'animation Marie Renaud spécialiste en imagerie numérique Normand Gauthier adaptation pour le cinéma Sugith Varughese narrateur Maka Kotto montage José Heppell montage sonore Don Ayer André Chaput musique originale Chris Crilly paroles Jamie Mason bruitage Monique Vézina mixage Serge Boivin Jean Paul Vialard producteur exécutif David Verrall Isobel Marks producteur Tamara Lynch

Unattractive Men Look Better to Women on the Pill Picking a partner while on the Pill might have lasting ramifications on marital satisfaction, new research finds. The new findings show that women who start or stop hormonal contraception during a relationship tend to experience a drop in sexual satisfaction, according to the new study, published today (Nov. 17) in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. But even odder, women in the study who got together with their future husbands while taking hormonal birth control and who later stop using the medication also become less satisfied with their marriages — but only if their husbands were less attractive than average. If hubby was a hottie, women became more satisfied after stopping the hormones, the study showed. The effect may occur because the progesterone and estrogen in hormonal birth control affect women's fertility, and thus what they are looking for in a mate, according to the study. Satisfaction and the pill Long-term study

Frida Kahlo Cartoon Will Remind You That You're Awesome Frida Kahlo is the poster child for unibrows, and illustrator Gavin Aung Than perfectly captured why her refusal to give in to society’s norms about beauty is so important. The freelance cartoonist “takes inspirational quotes from famous people and adapts them into cartoons.” In his Strange Like Me strip, he uses Kahlo’s words as inspiration to tell the story of a young girl coming to terms with her bushy eyebrows (little did she know she’s probably going to grow up to be Cara Delevingne status). Check out the adorbs comic below:

Un exemple de storytelling par email | Blog NewsletterMonitor Voici un excellent exemple de storytelling en email marketing : à l’occasion de son 141ème anniversaire le mythique jean 501 Levi’s se raconte. Un concentré en textes et images des étapes qui ont marqué l’histoire de ce symbole dans le monde de la mode : un jean intemporel, un modèle pour tous, hommes et femmes, jeunes et adultes, qui a survécu à toutes les modes et tendances, qui reste et probablement restera toujours d’actualité. Date d’envoi : 7 juin 2014 Objet (38 caractères de longueur) : Le 501® fête son 141e anniversaire ! Expéditeur : “Levi’s®” Analysons donc de plus près cet email : L’email commence dans la fête et la célébration avec un visuel très reconnaissable : le jean, le patch en cuir, le tab rouge. Les 141 ans de vie du produit sont résumés chronologiquement en 5 blocs successifs caractérisés par un visuel clé et 2 lignes de descriptif. Pensez donc à humaniser la relation avec vos contacts, racontez leur votre histoire.

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