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a transition (in literary or theatrical works or films) to a later event or scene that interrupts the normal chronological development of the story


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Among the Flashforward visionary presenters in San Francisco: - Stefan Sagmeister, brilliant New York City graphic designer whose clients have included Lou Reed, The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Pat Matheny, Talking Heads and the Guggenheim Museum.
Tickets for Flashforward and the Flash(TM) Film Festival are currently available, but are expected to sell out.
com, takes over the reins of Flashforward immediately and has already begun planning the 2006 West and East Coast conferences.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 1000 digital design and development pioneers will gather at the 11th Flashforward conference and Flash(TM) Film Festival in San Francisco, March 3-5.
There was an enormous amount of talent and variety represented in this year's Flashforward film festival, and our entire team is honored to receive this recognition.
The Flashforward conference is a three-day event where the best and brightest Flash users gather in a unique setting of community and generosity.
Macromedia's best and brightest Flash engineers will also conduct a "Flash Town Meeting," tackling tough questions from some of the world's best Flash developers attending the Flashforward conference.
In addition, he has been a pundit at key events, including Flashforward, Flash in the Can (FITC) and Adobe MAX, and has provided corporate training and consulting for companies including Microsoft, Accenture and Disney.
Cook) has a flashforward, vividly imagining a pile-up on a highway that should take her life as well as many others.
IT'S the latest hot TV show to come across the Atlantic from America - but FlashForward has become a hit mainly thanks to British talent.
The flashforward in the mid-season finale, "Orphans," revealed that Elsa became a famous TV star.
She's also appeared in Doctor Who, FlashForward, Lost in Austen, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Hope Springs, Marchlands and Private Practice.
As Weird Event series go, this E follows in the footsteps of similar concepts like FlashForward, where the whole world lost consciousness for two minutes, and The 4400 in which 4,400 people were abducted in a flash of light over the course of 50 years.
His part on FlashForward ended after the seventh episode when his character, Al Gough, committed suicide.
Back to the here and now, though, and in a flashforward to Barney and Robin's wedding day, we see the bride has a serious case of the jitters.