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Transcript: Game of Thrones was filmed in various countries like Croatia, Iceland, Malta, Morocco, Spain and Northern Ireland. The Main location was and is Northern Ireland. In my researches everything was pretty much pointing at Northern Ireland as well. The locations are easy to access and close to each other. So the action shooting would take place in Northern Ireland as well. There are also the most beautiful and interesting locations for shooting. The following locations are on my list for shooting in Northern Ireland: - The Dark Hedges (King's Road) - Foley's Bridge in Tollymore Forrest - The Giant's Causeway - Downhill Castle - Rope Bridg Another location right at the ocean on high cliffs. It's an old castle, but still in good shape that gives many opportunities for tricks I want to tell a story about a BMX-rider riding the Game of Thrones locations with a very close look the the Game of Thrones look. I think the best way to get a great story, would be to get a selection of very, very strong action-scenery-photos (maybe 10 images) and a selection of travel, behind the scenes and lifestyle photos. This gives magazines various opportunities for layouts and stories. It can be just a gallery spread or a whole story with a lot of information how it came all together. In that way the output of the story can be maximized. One more thing: The location and the action pictures will have a very strong connection to the game of thrones look, but the rider will not wear any costume or stuff like that. That would just be over the top and look silly in my eyes. So there won‘t be any knights, dragons or a princess - sorry for that. STORY TEAM This bridge is located in Tollymore Forrest, one of the main film locations. The bridge looks like a natural kicker in a medieval surrounding DOWNHILL CASTLE Lorenz Holder is a well known name in the action sport photography scene. He is originally based in snowboarding, but has reached out for other sports in the past as well. Lorenz works for the snowboard company Nitro as senior stuff photographer and worked 5 years for Pleasure snowboard magazine as senior photographer and for magazines all over the world. In the last couple of years he won various photo awards worldwide, like the Red Bull Illume, The Open, Olympus Showdown IDEA FOLEYS BRIDGE This is more a scenic location for mood shots, because the rider will be pretty limited on tricks here. But it‘s close by, so it can be easily be done Homebase: The Pyjama Factory / Bushmills (http://www.giantscausewayselfcatering.com) From here we can reach every spot within 20 min. (except Foleyʼs Bridge). Driving distances: Ireland is rather small so we wonʼt have longer drives between the spots. Here are some examples: Homebase -> The Dark Hedges: 20 min. Homebase -> Giantʼs Causeway: 5 min. Airport -> Foleyʼs Bridge: 1h. 40 min. Foleyʼs Bridge -> Homebase: 2 h. Homebase -> Airport: 2h. 40 min. This location is right on the ocean and it's asically made out of hexagonal basalt structures that creates a playground for action sports. It can be shot at sunset or whenever the light gets dramatic THE DARK HEDGES LOCATIONS WHY BMX ACTION SPORTS? LOCATIONS Senad is a very talented BMX-rider that has strong skills in every environment. He can ride jumps, transitions and he is also very good in flatland and non-speedtricks. The perfect guy for this mission. Photographer Lorenz Holder & Assistant Robert Garo ROPE BRIDGE Game of Thrones has attracted record numbers of viewers on HBO/TV and obtained an exceptionally broad and active international fan base . Game of Thrones roughly follows the storyline set out in A Song of Ice and Fire. Set in the fictional Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, the series chronicles the violent dynastic struggles among the realm's noble families for control of the Iron Throne. Game of Thrones is seen in more than 100 countries and it has more than 18.5 Mio. viewers worldwide. It is one of the most successful tv-series of all time in the target group of people from 18 to 49 years old. So far, there are 5 seasons made and the next season is waiting to be screened for the huge fanbase in April 2016. Senad Grosic BMX - rider ABOUT GAME OF THRONES THE GIANTS CAUSEWAY Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television series that is famous all around the world with huge success in the last couple of years. While watching the series, I was blown away by the great locations and surroundings the whole plot was filmed at. Those locations got stuck in my head and I developed the idea of bringing those locations together with action sports. Great locations are the key element of my photography philosophy. So I‘m always in the search of special and unique locations. When I started researching for locations, I realized quickly that there is a lot of potential for a great story with strong pictures. This concept will walk you through my idea. First of all, because it is the sport that could be done at pretty much any location. The athlete

Storytelling Presentation

Transcript: Benefits to Patients Go with the flow Hyden (2009) References Creating the scene Brody, J. (2016) "Alzheimer's patients keep the spark alive by sharing stories" 08/08/2016 [Online] at http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/08/08/dementia-patients-hold-on-to-love-through-shared-stories/?_r=0 [Accessed 15/11/16] George, D.R and Houser, W.S (2014) "I'm a storyteller!" in American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementia's 29(8), 678-684. Hyden, L. "Narrative and identity in Alzheimer's disease: A case study" in Journal of Aging Studies 23(4) 205 - 214. Kitwood, T. (1997) Dementia Reconsidered: The person comes first. Philadelphia: Open University Press. Web sources: www.alzfdn.org.EducationandCare/storytelling.html www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2012/05/14/152442084/alzheimers-patients-turn-to-stories-instead-of-memories www.alzheimersstorytelling.com well.blogs.nytimes.com Triggering memories and creativity Small sample size Gender and racial imbalance 1 facility Short time period 'In the moment' Where creative Storytelling is used Increased creativity and imagination, improved quality of life, positively altered behaviour Staff noticed a sense of anticipation, liveliness, laughter and fun More engaging conversations Aims Martha's story Storytelling in different contexts Individual differences Alzheimer's Awareness Day A progressive disease Problem with transmitting messages No cure Limitations Creative storytelling is becoming a popular therapeutic tool in the mid to late stages of AD Creative storytelling breaks down the communication barrier for individuals This is the basis for Creative Storytelling in the context of Alzheimer's Disease Be persistent TimeSlips Conclusions What is Alzheimer's? Other methods such as medical options, e.g. AChE inhibitors for early to mid-stage Alzheimer's Storytelling involves interaction Storytelling as a Therapeutic Tool for Alzheimer's Disease Individuals are presented with a stimuli and asked to select one each The leader of the sessions initiates an interactive discussion Stories based on the script can then be told by the individual The stories can be told through songs or acted out in dialogue The session is concluded with a celebration of the individual's participation Creative Storytelling defined in a therapeutic context More challenging one on one than in a group setting What is creative storytelling? How is creative storytelling used? The success of creative storytelling as a therapeutic tool for people with Alzheimer's disease Limitations In the Home Keep a stiff upper lip Integrate music Limitations Both in adult day programmes and group settings Families can adapt the technique to use in the home environment "Inevitably, storytelling is about memories" and "opens the rules to include imagination and to create something new that accepts who they are" (Basting 2016) What the sessions involve Founded in 1998, based in Milwaukee Groups of seniors create short stories Either past experience or imagination based on a random image Choose pictures carefully Learn questioning techniques Ecological validity Individual variation Not a cure What would we do differently to gain more a more in depth understanding? Success of Creative Storytelling September 21st Redefine story George and Houser 2014 Aimed to research into whether TimeSlips would reduce mood and behavioural symptoms 2 variables: Standard programming vs. standard programing plus two one-hour TimeSlips sessions per week for 6 weeks

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Transcript: Landscape: Draw Card Character: Draw Card Sensation: Draw Card Object: Draw Card Verb: Draw Card The two green circles are in the second level of your story. You draw a set of new cards for each green circle, to create two different possible directions for your story to go in. Erase this text and write the next part of your story incorporating the new cards listed above. The four red circles are in the third level of your story. Draw a new set of cards for each red circle. Your story will end up branching in four different directions. Four different stories, with the same beginning. Erase this text and write the next part of your story incorporating the new cards listed above. The four red circles are in the third level of your story. Draw a new set of cards for each red circle. Your story will end up branching in four different directions. Four different stories, with the same beginning. Erase this text and write the next part of your story incorporating the new cards listed above. New Cards: list each new card you draw here, seperated by commas 3a The four red circles are in the third level of your story. Draw a new set of cards for each red circle. Your story will end up branching in four different directions. Four different stories, with the same beginning. Erase this text and write the next part of your story incorporating the new cards listed above. New Cards: list each new card you draw here, seperated by commas The four red circles are in the third level of your story. Draw a new set of cards for each red circle. Your story will end up branching in four different directions. Four different stories, with the same beginning. Erase this text and write the next part of your story incorporating the new cards listed above. 1 New Cards: list each new card you draw here, seperated by commas Setting the scene: This is the beginning of your story, use the cards you've listed above (landscape, character, sensation, object, verb) to write 1 - 4 sentences that begin your story. Why is the character in the landscape they're in? Why do they feel the sensation they feel? Or is it the landscape that feels the sensation? How does the object come into the story? Erase this text to write your story here. New Cards: list each new card you draw here, seperated by commas 3c New Cards: list each new card you draw here, seperated by commas New Cards: list each new card you draw here, seperated by commas 2b The two green circles are in the second level of your story. You draw a set of new cards for each green circle, to create two different possible directions for your story to go in. Erase this text and write the next part of your story incorporating the new cards listed above. 3d 3b 2a

Storytelling Template

Transcript: The Climax Crazy Suggestions 1. My umbrella broke! It was a hundred dollar umbrella! 2. Then something flew out of the sky, hit my head, and flew away, leaving me drenched. 3. My parents got stolen from me and put on a plane! 4. Everyone said I peed my pants--even the teachers! 5. I volunteered to take out the trash myself. Storytelling Template Peaceful Suggestions 1. My parents consoled me and bought a new umbrella. 2. I dried my hair and all was well. 3. My parents came back unhurt and happy. 4. My loyal sister saved me from embarrassment. 5. My mother found out I cracked the vase but wasn't mad. Suggestions 1. Then it started pouring. 2. Life is odd...weather is odd too. 3. Then they said the vacation was to Africa, so that wasn't so bad. 4. I had to wear drenched underpants to school, thanks to my brother. 5. Then my mother was taking out the trash... SW Suggestions 1. Did it have to start raining? 2. It suddenly became sunny. 3. Then my family canceled the vacation...they are so mean! 4. My brother threw my underwear into the pool! 5. I tried sweeping up the shards to hide them in the trash. The Ending NW SE Suggestions 1. It's a bright, sunny day. 2. It's a dark, stormy night. 3. My family is taking me out for a vacation! 4. My brother is so mean. 5. I just smashed my mother's vase...how do I hide it? Suggestions What was the reason you ended up in the story? Tell something about yourself. Add a prologue. Give a warning of what dangers lay ahead. Say if your story is exciting, creepy, happy, or just surprising. CREATE YOUR STORY! What Happened Next? The Beginning NE And Then... Begin Your Story

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