Interesting subject. The Morris style almost seems to be fighting with the subject matter.
Simple and repetitive but in every repetition, there is something pleasurable to discover.
Cute and fun. (via Edit Blog)
How the hell do those aerials. Can’t imagine RC helicopters have that much control?
So well done.
It is such an amazing story that it is hard to believe that it is based on the truth.
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.
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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.
Wow! World champion freediver Guillaume Nery dives into pure darkness.
Director Paolo Sorrentino‘s film is about a rugby match as a metaphor in order to show how self confidence allows, even in a difficult situation, to move towards the goal.
Fantastic story. The official website.
Is it just me when I laugh instead of admiring these competitors? I think #14 has something to do with that.
Feature length doc.
In the summer of 2006, while the football world’s attention was focused on Germany, thousands of players around the globe were training hard and competing to be part of another World Cup … The Homeless World Cup. It had been a wild idea by a Scot and an Austrian—to give homeless people a chance to change their lives through an international street soccer competition. Five years later, the annual Homeless World Cup had become an internationally recognized sports competition. 500 homeless players from 48 nations would ultimately be selected to represent their country in Cape Town, South Africa – coming from such disparate parts of the world as war torn Afghanistan, the slums of Kenya, the drug rehab clinics of Dublin, Ireland, the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, the overflowing public shelters of Madrid, Spain, and the unforgiving city of St. Petersburg, Russia, where the homeless have no rights or identity. Win or lose, for these players it would be the journey of a lifetime.