I love split screen and this absolutely nails that aesthetic. Lovely idea, executed beautifully.
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.
If this timelapse could play in a loop at home when I woke up every morning, I’d be a happier man. I know, I know, you have seen so many timelapse videos, you are on an official boycott. Give this video a chance. It will be worth your time.
Timelapse from the International Space Station. Not the intent of the filmmakers but I’m reminded how delicate our little ball of earth is. Lovely montage of source material from NASA.
Another stunning video by Tobias Stretch.
Great song and performed beautifully. Shot by Steve Milligan.
It is such an amazing story that it is hard to believe that it is based on the truth.
One of my favorite videos I’ve ever posted here. There is so much that can go wrong with this idea where the entire thing could come off pretentious. Maybe to some, it might very well be a little pretentious. To me, the filmmaker, Martin de Thurah, walked the line beautifully, it is a dream but unlike some films about dreams, there is a connection to a reality that we can easily comprehend.
Truth be told, I can spend a lot of time looking at Iva Gocheva. Her expressions shift and move so quickly and powerfully, my feelings can’t help from mirroring hers. Just lovely work overall. Excuse me as I watch it another time.
(via Robin Schmidt)
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.
Exhilarating to say the least. Love the adventure, love the curiosity and knowledge that Steve Duncan possesses about the history of the city. Kudos to Andrew Wonder, the filmmaker, for ignoring a possible arrest to get these fantastic moments. Just a great piece.
(via No Film School)
So precious. It looks and feels from a different era.
my graduation film at bezalel academy of art and design. a debt to my childhood and other lives i hope i lived. inspired by words of songs that i admire.
A stalwart cupcake yearning to find something beyond his world of sugar cube skyscrapers and frosting-covered friends. When his makeshift boat crashes on foreign shores, he makes a shocking discovery that changes him forever.
A stop animated short film by Kirsten Lepore.
Watch Sweet Dreams.
Submarine Channel presents Being A Fish In Japan: “Whimsical tales from fish obsessed Japan”. A “minimovie” directed by Mischa Kamp and Mascha Halberstad and consisting of five segments, posted below, with a nice stop animated title sequence.
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.