For whatever reason, the creators of this video have not enabled embedding. However, take a second to check it out. Film as a medium is as fascinating as the people and voices in this video.
A new web series that follows a weed delivery man and various clients he caters to. Fantastic performances with writing that feels and sounds so real that I can’t imagine the dialogue to be anything but transcriptions from real conversations. Sample below.
Interesting idea. Fascinating in a voyeuristic sort of way.
Follow the interactive web series here.
There have been a lot of wonderful video portraits of NYC, this is one of my favorites.
You can comment and choose the winner here.
If you have ever wondered what your pet does all day, well here is a taste. All that drama happening daily all around you.
I can hardly explain what it is. From NYT Lens blog:
“You’re going from making iconic images to creating narratives,” he said, “but there is less of a narrative capacity in 60 seconds, so you need to create something like a poem that can lead your imagination.”
They are all weird oddities in their own way. Michael Douglas is the creepiest. One could write an epic novel based on those sixty seconds. Anthony Mackie’s piece is also a standout. Matt Damon is a welcome sight. James Franco, well, that makes sense.
What? I have never heard of Craigslist TV. The series and this episode are just lovely.
I simply love these. See all of them here. These are my favorites:
Code, maps, animation, live action all come together for this incredibly fascinating video.
This New York Times video slideshow of top female tennis players hitting their strokes in slow motion is utterly beautiful. Elena Dementieva slice is more of a ballet move than a tennis stroke. The brief second Kim Clijsters takes to get back on her feet is a story onto itself.
25 days, 34 films, 1 tribute by Leandro Copperfield.
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