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.
The spoken word is brilliant. The animation is equally brilliant. It improvises, moves, thinks like it were alive. No specific style but a series of connections. This should be played in every classroom.
This short is wonderfully ambitious with its storytelling. The underlying intent: “The larger our past gets the smaller our present feels” is given a world to live in. The animation invites you in with layers of textures and ideas.
Here is the sad truth behind those crappy relationships.
Cute. I love the way kid explore stories, not just tell them. Similar to Kid History.
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 character with a unique perspective. I wish it was less stylized, it feels like there was an invisible wall between the subject and the viewer.
I love split screen and this absolutely nails that aesthetic. Lovely idea, executed beautifully.
Full of lovely little ideas.
See it here. Great silent cinema storytelling.
Brilliant piece of parody. More from Key & Peele.
The power cut off in New York City after Hurricane Sandy. The video is an inside look at what it felt and looked liked.
Beautifully realized. Strong visuals. The ending doesn’t come as a surprise, the twist is a constant refrain of shorts. There is only so much that can be done in a short film format but I did wish the film could have continued for a longer period and delved into some of its ideas.
This is a slice of genius. The end song number is fantastic.
The apparent sell are the beautiful strippers but the feeling the effects generate hints at a larger more intriguing story.