Mastery of craft combined with an incredible eye makes this an exceptional piece. Wow.
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.
This video from start to finish will make you happy. People chasing after their dreams is always a strong story but when it is a little boy building his own arcade out of cardboard, you have reached some type of nirvana in storytelling.
It’s been a while since we posted something from Pes. This is pretty awesome. Every slice produces a different surprise.
It is such an amazing story that it is hard to believe that it is based on the truth.
This video was designed to be viral.
You can comment and choose the winner here.
A documentary about how one film editor decided to get even.
A stunning film from Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante to accompany Radiolab’s Words episode.
Radiolab episode found here.
(via The Editblog)
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.
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.
A couple of music videos exploring the third dimension of space their own way. Well, perhaps not exactly their own, but you got the sense. And if you ain’t just watch ’em!
Go for Monsters of Folk‘s Dear God (dir. Lauri Faggioni) – via antville
Go for The Parisians‘ Time For Nothing More (dir. Nicolas Davenel, Thomas Delebecque)
At the height of the Great Depression, the showman of a renowned circus leads his troupe through the devastated American landscape, lifting the spirits of audiences along the way. During their travels they discover, Will, a man without limbs who lives out his life in a sordid carnival sideshow, far below his aspirations of the grandeur of the great circuses. Having only known a life of limitation and discouragement, Will is struck by an intriguing encounter with the showman that leaves him with a drive to hope against everything he has ever believed.
Winner of the Doorpost Film Project, this short film by Joshua Weigel will be expanded into a feature length film.
Watch it. (Flash Video)