Things tagged video:

The Fallen of World War II

An animated data-driven documentary about war and peace, The Fallen of World War II looks at the human cost of the second World War and sizes up the numbers to other wars in history, including trends in recent conflicts.

Best Talk Show Ever

just edges out sneezing panda for favorite video from youtube

A Day to Remember

Tea and Consent

©2015 Emmeline May and Blue Seat Studios


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The Backwards Brain Bicycle

Amazon - “Real Life in Seattle”

After watching Amazon’s recruitment video the other day, I couldn’t help but think it sounded a little inaccurate… so we went ahead and made our own.

Benjamin Grosvenor plays Horowitz Stars and Stripes; strategic disruptions by David Gray

lay down on the ice

Fred Dibnah laddering a chimney

Playing with Power

Dillon Markey, an animator for Robot Chicken and PES, modifies a Nintendo Power Glove as the most awesome animation tool ever.

Felling a big pine tree & milling slabs with a Chainsaw Mill

Allen & Alinea: One Man’s Odyssey Through an Iconic Cookbook

Andreas Dalsgaard - ReDane

Today I discovered Andreas Dalsgaard via a very interesting docu called Bogota Change. Unfortunately I can’t find a decent copy on the web, though if you speak Spanish (or read Danish) this one will work. He does have a new film coming out soon on the same subject, so will be watching for that. In the meantime, have this short on food/factory farming/bio diversity:

A Bad Lip Reading of The NFL

Eric X. Li: A tale of two political systems

It’s a standard assumption in the West: As a society progresses, it eventually becomes a capitalist, multi-party democracy. Right? Eric X. Li, a Chinese investor and political scientist, begs to differ. In this provocative, boundary-pushing talk, he asks his audience to consider that there’s more than one way to run a succesful modern nation.

James Brown & The Famous Flames - The Legendary TAMI Show Performance

30 for 30 Shorts: ‘The High Five’

Our latest film, from award-winning director Michael Jacobs, tells the story of a celebratory gesture and the tumultuous life of the man who made it happen

Martin Parr: Teddy Gray's Sweet Factory

Walking City

Winner of Golden Nica at Ars Electronica 2014

Referencing the utopian visions of 1960’s architecture practice Archigram, Walking City is a slowly evolving video sculpture. The language of materials and patterns seen in radical architecture transform as the nomadic city walks endlessly, adapting to the environments she encounters.