Jordan Scott
British film director
Jordan Scott
Jordan Scott is a British photographer, filmmaker and actress. She is the daughter of director Ridley Scott and advertising executive Sandy Watson. She is the niece of director Tony Scott and half-sister of directors Luke and Jake Scott. Scott directed the feature film Cracks, an adaptation of a novel by Sheila Kohler. Other feature films directed by her include All the Invisible Children (Segment Jonathan), Portrait, and Never Never.
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7 Ways to Change the World Using Media, Old and New
Huffington Post - about 3 years
We've sailed over New Year's, and through the most depressing day of the year a week later. Now is the time to make good on your New Year's resolutions of doing better things for your soul -- and the planet. I am going to help you out here a little bit, with 7 ways you can use media to change the world. These ideas all work really well if you have something to say: A beef to make, a whistle to blow, or a project to celebrate. If you don't have your very own cause, operate like a journalist and toot the horn of others. 1. Start a blog. Image via Owen Brown Or Tumblr. Tell your story in 500 words or fewer, but tell it today. 2. Join a film school workshop. Image via NYFA Look around online. Consider that the New York Film Academy has some hot new offerings. In as little as two weeks, that eco-auteur in you can burst to life. Plus a film workshop is a really great excuse to take a holiday in New York, with purpose. 3. Open a Pinterest account. Image of Pinterest ...
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Coast Guard to interview pilot after tanker strikes San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
Fox News - about 4 years
Coast Guard investigators on Tuesday plan to interview the pilot of an empty tanker that struck a tower in the middle of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge while navigating beneath the hulking span. The 752-foot Overseas Reymar rammed the tower on Monday afternoon as it headed out to sea, according to the Coast Guard and state transportation officials. The unidentified pilot will also report to the state Board of Pilot Commissioners, which will conduct its own investigation of the accident. That board regulates bar pilots. The pilot has been a San Francisco bar pilot since 2005, said Charlie Goodyear, a spokesman for the San Francisco Bar Pilots Association. The association did not release his name. Coast Guard spokesman Shawn Lansing said the pilot and others on board during the accident will be tested for drug and alcohol use "per federal regulations." Lansing said investigators will inspect the hull above and below the water line and are exploring possible factors. ...
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Oil Tanker Strikes The Bay Bridge
Huffington Post - about 4 years
SAN FRANCISCO — An empty oil tanker caused minor damage Monday when it struck a tower in the middle of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge while navigating beneath the hulking span, officials said. The 752-foot Overseas Reymar from the Marshall Islands rammed the tower about 11:20 a.m. as it headed out to sea, according to the Coast Guard and state transportation officials. The impact didn't affect traffic on the busy bridge – the main artery between San Francisco and Oakland, Ney said. The parent company that owns the ship, OSG Ship Management Inc., said the accident occurred as the vessel hit an underwater portion of the massive bridge structure. Investigators late Monday had not determined the cause of the crash. "There's always the human factor," Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Shawn Lansing said. "That is again what we'll look into and see whether, in fact, it was a human error or something else and take that into consideration in the development of future regu ...
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Healthy Jordan Scott hopes for another Lewis-Palmer title
Blue Mountain Gazette - over 4 years
Jordan Scott hopes the pain in his knees is gone. During Lewis-Palmer’s run to the state 4A basketball title, Scott struggled after each game with severe discomfort in his knees. “It was a sharp pain every time I jumped,” Scott said. “It took...
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Ace The Ram Records Debuts at Ardmore MilkBoy
Bryn Mawr- Gladwyne Patch - over 4 years
More than 100 people filled MilkBoy in Ardmore on Friday night to listen to the performers who have been recorded on the first CD produced by Lower Merion School District students. Ace The Ram (ATR), a music recording production company, is composed of students from Lower Merion (the Aces) and Harriton (the Rams) high schools. Students perform all the business and technical functions including CD mastering and production and the marketing of the recordings of student performers. To promote its first release, all the artists performed for two hours to an enthusiastic crowd of fellow students and adults. Wanting to acquaint students with the ins-and-outs of the recording business, Andy Hurwitz, an entertainment lawyer and founder of Ropeadope and Baby Loves Music record companies, is mentoring students at Lower Merion and Harriton on the ATR Music Label project. Lower Merion students Jordan Scott, social media director; John Snyder, repertoire manager; and Andrew M ...
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Bryn Mawr- Gladwyne Patch article
Eagle Scouts Collecting Duffel Bags for Foster Kids
Buckhead Patch - almost 5 years
Did you know that foster children are given a black trash bag to carry all of their possessions when moving? That is why the Eagle Scout’s are doing a project called “Duffel Bags for Foster Kids.” “With foster kids moving from house to house an average of eight times, carrying a black trash bag can be very degrading,” stated Lane Bonney, a Life Rank Boy Scout with Troop 15 at Trinity United Methodist Church. “I want to provide them with a duffel bag they can use and keep, giving them a sense of dignity while letting them know their community cares.” How can you help? Please let your readers know that they can donate new or slightly used “gym sized” duffel bags at one of the following Cartersville locations in May: Cartersville High School              Sam Jones UMC Cline Orthodontics                       Tabernacle Baptist Church The Hair Shop                             Church of the Ascension Denham Chiropractic                 Trinity UMC Athlete’s Locker               ...
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Four DeKalb Baseball Teams Kickoff State Playoffs This Week
Stone Mountain-Redan Patch - almost 5 years
The 2012 GHSA Baseball State Championships begin this week with four DeKalb County teams participating in the first round best-of-three series. Redan (20-6) opens play first with a Class AAAA doubleheader on the road at East Paulding (17-9) on Thursday (May 3) beginning at 4:30 p.m.  A third game, if necessary, will be played at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday (May 5). The Raiders and East Paulding met on March 12 in a game won 8-1 by the Raiders. Redan is led at the plate and on the mound by junior pitcher/infielder Wesley Jones. Jones is fifth in the county in batting average at .516, second in RBI with 29 and in the Top 5 in doubles with eight. He is 3-1 on the mound in 34 2/3 innings with a 1.41 earned run average, 42 strikeouts and 19 walks. The Dunwoody Wildcats (17-9) are the only DeKalb team hosting in the first round as they face Class AAAA No. 8 ranked Pope (20-6) in a doubleheader on Friday (May 4) beginning at 5 p.m.  A third game, if necessary, is set for a 3 p.m. start on Sa ...
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Anderson double helps March to extend their unbeaten run - Fenland Today
Google News - over 5 years
March: Lea Jordan, Scott Davies, Gav Cooke, Nathan Smith, Adam Sutton, Chris Lenton, Ricky Goodale, Adam Rothery, Stu Anderson, Ash Brand, Andy Waite. Subs used: Marc Welcher, Grant Watson, Rob Taylor
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Clarets do it the hard way against Blackpool - Clarets MAD
Google News - over 5 years
Evans picked up a knock in the final minute as he challenged the keeper on the edge of the box, meaning a first appearance at this level for schoolboy Jordan Scott, but there was no real time for him to get involved as the final minute ticked down and
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Kyle Stanton - Dickinson Press
Google News - over 5 years
Dickinson State freshman fullback Kyle Stanton, left, blocks defensive tackle Stephen Spitulski as running back Jordan Scott, right, finds a gap during the Blue-Gray Scrimmage on Aug. 20 at the Badlands Activities Center. Stanton, whose father and
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Hawks lost a lot, but don't need to rebuild - Dickinson Press
Google News - over 5 years
Throw in transfer tailback Jordan Scott and DSU's offense has a strong base to build upon. Scott is a 5-11, 205-pound senior who spent last season at NCAA Division II California (Pa.) University. He was a high school standout in Phoenix and was
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Scott, Velasquez impress during DSU scrimmage - Dickinson Press
Google News - over 5 years
Dickinson State football coaches knew Jordan Scott would fare better in a scrimmage than practice. Press Photo by Dustin Monke Dickinson State senior running back Jordan Scott tries to escape a tackler during Saturday's Blue-Gray scrimmage at the
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UA students volunteer in storm damaged areas - Alabama's13.com
Google News - over 5 years
Holt 5 th Grader, Jordan Scott said, "Because the tornado had hit the school." and at least for some kids the move is great. Scott said, "Because we got all this new stuff, we eat new stuff in the cafeteria, we got different teachers
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Imogen Poots Says Colin Farrell Brings A 'Slick Sexuality' To His Vampire In ... - Indie Wire (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
She impressed in Jordan Scott's boarding school drama “Cracked” and David Levien's “Solitary Man,” and has been building her presence over the years, with smaller roles in “V for Vendetta,” “28 Weeks Later” and “Me and Orson Welles
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THE BAY CITIZEN; Pursuing the Grail of an Earthquake Predictor, but Facing Skeptics
NYTimes - over 5 years
A Silicon Valley company is assembling a sprawling network of electrical contraptions across California that its investors hope will prove many seismologists wrong and become a valuable public-safety tool that reliably predicts earthquakes. The project, called QuakeFinder, involves installing some 200 five-foot-tall sensors near fault lines to
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Rays prove to be great, late - Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
Spann allowed a single to Jordan Scott, but Scott was later caught stealing and the Astros were retired in order in the first. Danielo Del Rio was equally efficient in the first, sitting down the Rays 1-2-3. Princeton got the scoring started in the
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Braves stump Stillwater twice - Ada Evening News
Google News - over 5 years
Ada starter Dalton Pickering struck out five in two innings and handed off a 4-1 lead to reliever Jordan Scott to start the third, but Scott surrendered hits to five of the seven batters he faced and left after Austin Hannum's two-out RBI single to
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