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Yes, Mister Rogers can be scary; here’s proof.
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Music moves everything…
Bric à Brac is a short film by Emeline Degand and Maud Bourotte, two students of the French school EESA.
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via Ample Sanity
A wonderful story coupled with the cheesiest music. It is hard not to get emotional.
- “In 99 percent of the cases, it’s a brat who hasn’t been told to cut the act out. That’s what autism is.”
- “‘Oreo’ -black on the outside, while white on the inside“
- “The Iraq-Pakistan border“
- “Well actually that was The Joker“
- “Maybe we do whine too much” Yes, you do.
Update: They keep on giving.
- “Eductaion” I like your spelling better.
- “My friends, we have to drill off shore. We have to do it…The oil executives say within a couple of years we could be seeing results from it.” Like I always say, listen to the oil executives!
- No video but you can pretty much see the confusion. Video – Shame on CBS.
Starts off pretty sappy but it grew on me. I am intrigued.
I love the description:
This video wasn’t long enough, so we made it double-spaced.
Rock, paper, scissors. They come with so much history. This stop-motion film puts all of that to good use.
Meredith Vieira is my new hero. McCain was probably expecting another fan from the media.
After realizing that yellow sticky note “to do” lists were consuming his life, animation filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns decided to visually self-reflect on his filmmaking journey by animating on the same sticky notes that caused him to ignore major world events for the last nine years. Animation meditation is blended with image, text, and an original musical score by Genevieve Vincent through the creation of a classically animated experimental film that was drawn straight ahead with only a black ink pen on over 2300 yellow sticky notes. Order a DVD at www.hapanimation.com
Link to his blog http://www.meditatingbunny.blogspot.com/
Pulse is a live visualisation of the recent emotional expressions written on the private weblogs of blogger.com platform. These emotional expressions are parsed according to a list of synonyms and transform a physical shapeshifting object.
One of the funniest Daily Show bits. Jason Jones finds out what it takes to make Americans happy again. Featuring Deepak Chopra.
Spielberg’s first 35mm film. From Binary Bonsai:
Spielberg himself doesn’t think much of the film, calling it “a great Pepsi commercial” with as much soul and content as a piece of driftwood.”, which would explain why it hasn’t seen commercial release.
Like many first films by filmmakers, it is largely silent. And shallow but in a very cute way. How can you not love these people.
If this was made by anyone else, I probably would not have made it to the end but…