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The Phone Call

(via Kottke)

Watchtower of Turkey

Some of the finest editing one could imagine.

The Missing Scarf

Goes well with this Radiolab podcast.

Lake of Dreams

Mastery of craft combined with an incredible eye makes this an exceptional piece. Wow.

Marilyn Myller

Gorgeous and full of ideas.

Random Stop

via Short of the Week

Barcelona Go!

Egyptian Lover – She’s Bad

Lovely idea and execution.

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Sia – Chandelier


Johnny Express

Valley of Dolls

Urban Predators

Font Men

A Little Girl’s Perfect World

VHS vs. Communism

I was raised in Romania in the 1980s, under a Communist regime that, among countless repressions, reduced television to two hours a day of dull propaganda, traditional music, patriotic poems and censored films. One day when I was 6, my parents found a way to borrow a VCR. They invited their friends, and all night they watched grainy VHS tapes of Hollywood B-movies. I remember the films, but more so I remember how I felt when I stepped into the living room — like walking into a secret, magical and free world.

All the dialogue on these movies was dubbed into Romanian in a husky, high-pitched woman’s voice. Throughout my childhood, these films provided a glimpse into the forbidden West, resplendent with blue jeans, Coke and skyscrapers. As Hollywood movies became ubiquitous through the black market, this voice became one of the most recognizable in Romania. Yet no one knew who she was.

Watch it here.

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