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The Photo Man

Mark Kologi has collected and sold literally millions of forgotten personal photos of complete strangers.

The Hapless Antiquarian

“The Hapless Antiquarian” is a filmed homage to the macabre tales of American author & illustrator Edward Gorey. written, directed, photographed and edited by Anthony Penta. Starring Scott Hoye.

Watch it.

Up There

A beautiful documentary on the lost art of painted advertising produced as part of The Ritual Project sponsored by Stella Artois and directed by Malcolm Murray.

Watch it. [Up There website]

Heartless: The Story of the Tinman

Based on the backstory of one of the most beloved children’s novels of all time comes the extraordinary love story between a simple woodsman and a beautiful maiden. Not having many possessions but wanting to marry his maiden, the woodsman sets his heart to build a large and beautiful cabin.

The new short film from Whitestone Motion Pictures.

Watch Heartless.

Squigglebooth: Favorite Childhood Photos

We have started a new project on Squigglebooth where we ask viewers to submit their favorite photos from childhood and then call in to tell us why the photo they have chosen is their favorite. We then use these elements to create a video. Some of the recent submissions:

To learn how to submit your own favorite childhood photos, check this page for instructions and guidelines. To see all submissions, check here.

Japanese Biwa Player

Japanese biwa player performing Dan-no-ura, a song about the last battle between the Heike and Genji clans.

Watch it. (Flash Video)

The Films of Erwin Blumenfeld

Erwin Blumenfeld, considered one of the most influential photographers of the twentieth century. An experimenter and innovator, he produced an extensive body of work throughout his thirty-five year career including black and white nudes, celebrity portraiture, advertising campaigns and his renowned fashion photography.

SHOWstudio featured Experiments in Advertising: The films of Erwin Blumenfeld. A unique chance to see the undiscovered, historic film footage of one of the most influential fashion photographers of all.

Go for it. (needs Quicktime)

via Alberto Cerriteno

Saul Bass opening scenes

Odd that some title sequences are better appreciated than the movies. We have covered this territory before but never in this detail.

Watch it.

Skeletor Finds His X-mas Spirit

Scene from He-man Christmas special. Yes, it was that cheesy…

Watch it. (Flash Video)

Who needs a movie?

I do. Can you feel the excitement?

(via Metafilter)

Behind the scenes of the old school HBO intro

This is a fascinating look into the old school way of creating elaborate title sequences. Now mind you, I love digital cinema. But I can’t resist falling in love with this problem-solving animation technique. A great example is that light thingee used to create the inside of the HBO bronze structure. Brilliant, it is engineering and filmmaking melded into one.

Watch it (via Signal vs Noise)

The Running Man – by Yoshiaki Kawajiri

The Running Man - by Yoshiaki Kawajiri

I miss this kind of animation. There is always a touch of madness. In this case, madness is everywhere. It is cathartic, like an excursion to all of potential rage possible within a being. Don’t miss this classic, a mix between sci-fi noir (Blade Runner-like) and Akira.

Watch Part one & two.

The New Pop – Frenchie

A little gym holds out against the commercialization of Williamsburg. What a character!

Watch it

P.S. their New Years videos are insanely fun.

Something to Do With Death

Christopher Frayling looks at one of the best westerns movies ever, Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West.

Watch it. (Flash Video)

Previously: my favourite scene.

Pitching The Twilight Zone

rodserling.jpg has a couple of clips of this young dude, Rod Serling, trying to pitch his new scifi TV series, something called The Twilight Zone. Poor guy, he ain’t got a chance… 😀

Go for ’em. (Quicktime, MPEG-4, Flash Video)

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