Motion Picture is a Premium WordPress theme aimed squarely at the video bloggers amongst us.
We have made the best effort to showcase not only Standard Definition videos in a traditional layout but also High Definition videos which span the length of the site to show off their high-def awesomesauce.
Features in Motion Picture include the OCMX admin panel which is packed with the following:
Typography manager – Don’t like the font of the theme? Not to worry, you can change it with a few clicks in the admin area.
Multiple home page templates – Choose between a standard blog layout, high def slider and a widgetized home page layout.
2 different color schemes – If you not so keen on the standard Motion Pic color scheme you can choose from 2 other sexy variations.
Social sharing – Allow users to Retweet or Facebook share your content. We have also included a URL shortener so that your viewers can easily tweet your videos.
Ajax Commenting – It is critical that your videos play uninterrupted, so with this in mind we have made sure that comments are posted without a complete page refresh which means no delays or replaying required.
Other features include logo uploading, Site Analytics installation, advert manager, SEO options and auto-updating.
To purchase the theme visit our site, Obox Design where you can get a more in depth feature list and also contact us with your questions!
A powerful and haunting account of war’s silent casualty — the environment. Catalogs the array of damage from bombs, chemicals, guns and unexploded ordnance.
The explanations of the experts and witnesses convincingly demonstrate that the cost of war extends far beyond the actual fighting. Preparation for war and the aftermath of war add to the destruction of ‘natural security’.
The extensive research and skillful presentation by sociologists Alice and Lincoln Day make the film a surprisingly moving experience. Interviews of scientists, war veterans and others are carefully interspersed with footage that makes vivid the long-term damage to the planet that has resulted from military conflicts and activities. Full Review.
Highly recommended. A powerful documentary on the ecological consequences of warfare…which traces how military forces have intentionally destroyed ecosystems as a means to win battles.
The documentary weaves together eyewitness accounts, interviews, archival footage, and news video from wars past and present. The images portray a story rarely considered in the heat of battle: how war pollutes the air, water and land, destroys biodiversity and drains natural resources.