Manfrotto Imagine More Manifesto

Manfrotto Imagine More Manifesto - Manfrotto presents the first Imagination Manifesto, created by Twitter users around the World.

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Manfrotto Imagine More Manifesto


The winning Tweets from the first part of Manfrotto's Imagine More competition now have a place in Manfrotto's first Imagination Manifesto. The competition encouraged social media users to share their thoughts on imagination in 140 characters or less on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and the Manfrotto Imagine More website. Five Tweets have been chosen for inclusion in the final Manifesto from participants in the seven eligible countries (United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, China and Hong Kong).

The winners are:
  • Italy – Fabrizio Rondo
  • United States – Jason Berry
  • United Kingdom – Kevin Thornhill
  • France – Frederic Bernard-Payen
  • Germany – Thomas Reimann
The Imagine More Manifesto says:
  • "Imagination is look at life through a kaleidoscope"
  • "Taking your imagination to new heights. Not being afraid of expressing yourself despite what others say"
  • "Never accept fate move forward and strive to overcome stereotypes be the change you want to be"
  • "Imagination est à l'art ce qu'est la truffe à l’oeuf, un catalyseur d’émotions qui met nos sens en émoi sans dénaturer la beauté originelle" (“Imagination is to art what the truffle is to the egg – a catalyst of emotions that put our senses in turmoil without distorting the beauty of the original inspiration.”)
  • "Whatever you do, don't be another brick in the wall - be unique and imagine more"
  • "Go take a photograph that only YOU could take. Now share it with the world"
  • "Imagine more is taking local flavours to international diners"
  • "Express your imagination visually, emotionally and musically"
  • "When I want to jumpstart my creativity and imagination I stare into the eyes of my pooch"
  • "With imagination I'm not lonely, With imagination I get inspired, With inspiration I create, by creating I am sharing."
The ten points of the Manifesto will be interpreted in a short film directed by Bill Frakes, and premiered at the 2011 Venice Film Festival with the authors of the chosen tweets present.

The second part of the competition closes on 14 July 2011. For more information please visit the Manfrotto Imagine More website.

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14 Jul 2011 11:46AM
Question : When did Hong Kong become a country, is it now part of China. !!!. ?.

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