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Urban Nature

Urban Nature from Alex Horner on Vimeo.

(via Philip Bloom)

See Through

Two powerful leaders fighting for territory start a world war. Two pilots from both sides are entangled in a dogfight in the air. By chance, the two pilots are stranded upon a small island in the middle of the ocean.

An animated film by Jokelate.

Watch it. (Flash Video)

Can We Talk?

Hilarious! (Thanks Nic)

Typophile Film Festival 5: Opening Titles

If eyes are meant for seeing
then beauty is its own excuse for being.


“Visual typographic feast about the 5 senses, and the way they contribute to enhance our creativity.”

Made by BYU design students for the 5th Typophile Film Festival. Creative director: Brent Barson. Everything in the film is real: no digital visual effects.

Watch it. (MPEG-4)


Poppy Film

Poppy is a “performance capture” CGI drama directed by James Cunningham (previously: The Natural Order) where a soldier from New Zealand finds redemption in the hell of the Great War.

Motion capture was performed in a one day shoot at Weta Digital. It just had it’s international premiere at Telluride Film Festival.

Watch the trailer at Poppy official website.

Ho School Musical

Suddenly Last Summer

Suddenly, last summer from Leonardo Dalessandri on Vimeo.

Pretty cinematography.

Kittens Inspired by Kittens

Thanks Mags!

Cinnamon Chasers – Luv Deluxe


Living and dying in San Francisco.

A music video directed by Saman Keshavarz and shoot from a first person perspective (a la Smack My Bitch Up).

Watch it. (MPEG-4)

The Unauthorized 9.12 Teabagger Tour

Stupidity can be quite scary.

Kahn’s Exeter Short Film

Kahn’s Exeter Short Film from Alex Roman on Vimeo.

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Major Lazer “Pon De Floor”

Major Lazer “Pon De Floor” from Eric Wareheim.

Ummm…yes. So silly, I love it.