What a brilliant way to show off your product!
The message is everything. (via Daring Fireball)
The first long shot is mesmerizing.
Sometimes, the physical beauty of a performer is all it takes to create something interesting. This is one of those times.
This video was shot with a new Red B&W camera so if that info interests you, head over here.
How the hell do those aerials. Can’t imagine RC helicopters have that much control?
So epic!! See it if you haven’t already. Obviously, the daring skateboarding is incredible but so is the pilot that is maneuvering the helicopter. It all adds up to some of the best stunt shots I’ve ever seen.
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.
Some astonishing imagery from Frank Beltrán. Compression is very harsh on some sequences, but whatever…
Wow! World champion freediver Guillaume Nery dives into pure darkness.
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.
Meanwhile, in the fictitious world…
…the title sequence to Ruben Fleischer‘s Zombieland does not back down. Flashes of jarring death slathered with slow speed splatter document a kinetic finality that does not force its humor. We see every black bauble of biohazardous blood upsurge and dot the landscape of a crippled Earth.
U can has it at Art of the Title along with an interview with Ben Conrad of Logan.
Weston Currie‘s Congress: A Thousand Years of Death is the comprehensive history of a haunted American town. The film begins in prehistory, ends in the distant future, and finds time in the middle to tell the story of Congress’ founding family, the Turners. Structurally, it is episodic and elliptical; each segment is a fantasia of death and dreams…
Watch a sequence from the film.
Commissioned by creative agency DixonBaxi, We Walk is a short film by Christopher Hewitt which stumbles into the journey of a young girl desperate to leave the city in search of isolation and, in turn, sleep. Shot in LA and Palm Springs, the film is based on a new poem by writer Brett Darling.
Watch We Walk.