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The Three Main Parts Of Your Brain by Dr. Russ Harris

The Three Main Parts Of Your Brain by Dr. Russ Harris

Written and narrated by Dr Russ Harris, an acclaimed ACT trainer and author of The Happiness Trap. To learn more about Dr. Harris’s new & exciting online Acceptance and Commitment Therapy training for mental health professionals and therapists, visit today! p.s. Subscribe to our channel and be the first to know when we upload another fun and educational video on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy… now you probably know the name… Read Article →

No More Noisy Nights read by Tony Hale

No More Noisy Nights read by Tony Hale

No More Noisy Nights is written by Holly L. Niner, illustrated by Guy Wolek and read by Tony Hale. Who is making so much noise and how will Jackson ever get to sleep? Despite some silly, sleepy mistakes, genteel Jackson finds a fun and quiet activity for each of his noisy neighbors. He finally gets a great night’s sleep— and discovers three new friends in the morning. View the activity guide here:… Read Article →

Enemy Pie read by Camryn Manheim

Enemy Pie read by Camryn Manheim

Enemy Pie is written by Derek Munson, illustrated by Tara Calahan King and read by Camryn Manheim. It was the perfect summer. That is, until Jeremy Ross moved into the house down the street and became Enemy Number One. Luckily, Dad has a surefire way to get rid of enemies – Enemy Pie. View the activity guide here: Watch all of our videos at 歡迎來到Screen Actors Guild Foundation為您帶來的BookPALS Storyline Online。… Read Article →

Tarell Alvin McCraney: Theatre of Be Longing

Tarell Alvin McCraney: Theatre of Be Longing

Tarell Alvin McCraney, Oscar-winning playwright, chair of Yale’s playwriting program What do the classics teach us about our humanity? What do we today have to teach the classics? The young people born today, those turning 15 yesterday, statistics say have never seen a live performance. Even fewer have seen a live performance in the theater or a play. And fewer have seen a play that reflected the life they currently… Read Article →

A Bad Case of Stripes read by Sean Astin

A Bad Case of Stripes read by Sean Astin

A Bad Case of Stripes is written and illustrated by David Shannon and read by Sean Astin. Camilla Cream loves lima beans, but she never eats them. Why? Because the other kids at her school don’t like them. And Camilla is very, very worried about what other people think of her. In fact, she is so worried that she is about to break out in… A Bad Case of Stripes…. Read Article →

Library Lion read by Mindy Sterling

Library Lion read by Mindy Sterling

Library Lion is written by Michelle Knudsen, illustrated by Kevin Hawkes and read by Mindy Sterling. Miss Merriweather, the head librarian, is very particular about rules in the library. No running allowed. And you must be quiet. But when a lion comes to the library one day, no one is sure what to do. There aren’t any rules about lions in the library. And, as it turns out, this lion… Read Article →

Mindfulness Meditation to help Relieve Anxiety and Stress

Mindfulness Meditation to help Relieve Anxiety and Stress

This is a mindfulness meditation with Josh Wise. This meditation will help you connect with your breath. Relax. Let go of stress. Release anxiety. Allow yourself to relax. Simply breathe and watch your breath. Notice what it feels like. No need to change anything or do anything. Simply accept this moment just as it is. Enjoy. Download a mindfulness meditation for free at

Lee Marvin Wins Best Actor: 1966 Oscars

Lee Marvin Wins Best Actor: 1966 Oscars

Lee Marvin wins the Oscar for Best Actor for Cat Ballou at the 38th Academy Awards. Presented by Julie Andrews and hosted by Bob Hope. See more 1966 Oscar highlights: Become an Oscar Insider: Check out our Academy Originals: ABOUT THE ACADEMY The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is the world’s preeminent movie-related organization, with a membership of more than 6,000 of the most accomplished men and women… Read Article →

Joaquin Phoenix Wins Best Actor Motion Picture Musical or Comedy - Golden Globes 2006

Joaquin Phoenix Wins Best Actor Motion Picture Musical or Comedy – Golden Globes 2006

John Travolta presents the award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy to Joaquin Phoenix for his role in “Walk the Line.” He thanks the Hollywood Foreign press, Johnny and June Carter Cash, Fox, actors and musicians linked to the film, T-Bone Burnette, Cathy Conrad and Jim Mangold. License Golden Globe Awards Clips Here: good evening good luck I'd like to take a moment to acknowledge all… Read Article →

My Filmmaking Journey - Dealing with Festival Rejection, Writing Spec Scripts & More!

My Filmmaking Journey – Dealing with Festival Rejection, Writing Spec Scripts & More!

Thanks to Skillshare for sponsoring this video. The first 500 people to sign up at this link will get their first 2 months for free! In this episode of My Filmmaking Journey, we discuss the Notes from Melanie premiere, future festivals that are showing it, how to deal with film festival rejection, and writing spec scripts! welcome back to my filmmaking journey I started this segment because I wanted to… Read Article →

Savages Star Benicio Del Toro Wins Best Supporting Actor Motion Picture - Golden Globes 2001

Savages Star Benicio Del Toro Wins Best Supporting Actor Motion Picture – Golden Globes 2001

Angelina Jolie presents the Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture award to Benicio Del Toro for his role in “Traffic.” Del Toro thanks his family, the cast, and Steven Soderbergh. License Golden Globe Awards Clips Here: good evening with over 130 countries around the world watching to see what happens here tonight let's get right to our first award the category is Best Supporting Actor in a motion picture… Read Article →

Heath Ledger Wins Best Supporting Actor Motion Picture - Golden Globes 2009

Heath Ledger Wins Best Supporting Actor Motion Picture – Golden Globes 2009

Demi Moore presents the 2009 Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture to Chris Nolan who accepts the award on behalf of winner, the late Heath Ledger for his performance in “The Dark Knight.” Nolan accepts the award and gives a speech expressing his sadness over Ledger’s untimely death, stating that the actors impact in Hollywood will continue to thrive for years to come. Other nominees… Read Article →