Two videos and two people that use art for similar reasons but with completely different approaches.
Pardon My Dust
Update: August 12th, 2013
The Beach Captain
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.
Couple of great quotes/ideas in here.
Photographers working is always been a fascinating thing to watch. Not too long ago, I posted a mini-doc on photographer Kathleen Connally, who was kind enough to send me this video. If you don’t know already, The Sartorialist is one of the biggest fashion blogs. It features Scott Schuman photographs that capture the latest fashion found on the streets of New York and other major cities.
Beautiful portrait. (Via No Film School)
I’d love to know what prime lens Pete uses alongside his zoom. Great look into the Presidency as well. I don’t envy those long hours.
Newly signed Biscuit Filmworks director Aaron Stollar directed four hilarious spots staring Tom Cruise and a crapload of other stars for the MTV Movie Awards 2010.
I’ve slowly grown tired of timelapse videos, another pretty way to avoid saying anything or create anything within the viewer. However, even if it is just a small step away, this stunning video tries to overcome the prettiness by creating a complex portrait of Japan through mood and music.
So incredibly touching. I am in tears.
Fascinating. I wish I could live a second life and do this.
Took something not very interesting and made it exciting. Excellent cinematography and music.
Far from the world, close to the heart.
A short film by Robin Risser.