Either Or, Short Movie by movie director Adam Tow realized his short film inspired from the famous poetry by Pulitzer-winner Maxine Kumin. The theme of the movie focuses on the miniscule nature of human existence juxtaposed against the magnitude of the world just outside the window. This is a true masterpiece of both modern and poetic work. Watch it!
For one weekend the famous Brick Lane in Londoon has been transformed into 8-Bit Lane, as celebration of arcade game nostalgia to market the upcoming release of Disney film Wreck-it Ralph. Pixellated trees, clouds, pigeons and a London taxi has been created by sculptor Aden Hynes. 8 Bit Lane has also showcase the world’s first Blipp-able building using Blippar’s visual discovery app. When Wreck-It Ralph fans Blipp The Nicelanders house on the wall, the house emerge in 3D and theyare invited to play a game featuring Ralph himself.
Aden Hynessays: ‘I played 8 bit games as a teenager, so it was great to realise that vision in three dimensions. In many ways the retro styling has much more charm than the hyper reality of today, I’ve never been asked to make an 8 bit taxi before.’
This short film tells the story of what is happening in your interiors, when everyone had left……
“Ptaszarnia” is the first of twelve parts of an original collection called ”XII”, entirely designed by Karina Wiciak from Wamhous.The collection “XII” will consist of 12 thematic interior designs, together with furniture and fittings, which in each part will be interconnected, not only in terms of style, but also by name. Each subsequent design will be created within one month, and the entire collection will take one year to create. Here, visualization is to constitute more than a design, which is thrown away after implementation of the interior design, but mainly an image, which has a deeper meaning and can function individually, for instance as a print on a wall, or even a movie. The project “Ptaszarnia” includes the armchair “Ptaszek” and the hanging lamp “Ptaszyna”.
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Home, the first film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and produced by Luc Beson highlights the treasures of planet Earth and the marks that humans leave behind. It aims to inspire global action by raising awareness of our shared responsibility for the planet and all of its inhabitants.
As part of this year’s D23 Expo, Noah was chosen by Disney Consumer Products to create the iconic graphic celebrating this year’s themes. This illuminating video shows the master at work on the classic Disney inspired painting featuring a realistic portrait of Walt and a ‘toony Sorcerer Mickey causing lots of colorful trouble.
Eat The Sun is a feature length fascinating by Sorcher Films that focuses on a young man’s journey into the little known world of sungazing, an ancient practice of looking directly at the sun for long periods of time.
San Francisco, CA 2004: A flyer at school advertising a lecture by an elderly Indian gentleman sparks the imagination of a young man named Mason. The flyer reads: “You can become solar powered.” It also states that the Indian man giving the lecture, who goes by the acronym HRM (Hira Ratan Manek), has not eaten in over 8 years, a direct result of sungazing.
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Montreal-based artist Isabelle Hayeur has created “fire with fire”, a site-specific video project in Vancouver, Canada. Consisting of 3 Blu-ray players and video projectors, the piece is a 15 minute video loop that simulates a fire in a four-storey heritage building in the downtown eastside. The area is the city’s oldest neighborhood and one of the most run-down; many lives have been consumed due to years of homelessness, drug abuse, prostitution and violence. “Fire with Fire” is intended to bring attention to the derelict history of the sector while recalling the destructive event of the great Vancouver fire in 1886.
Envision : Step into the Sensory Box, the latest video by Superbien was created as an experience showing video mapping as a communication on the tagline “Transforming the Mobile Experience”. It was shown at the last Mobile World Congress.
Artist and filmmaker Baillie Walsh has created this short 3D film and shoot with model Kate Moss for AnOther Magazine.
The work continues Moss and Walsh’s journey into experimental, multi-dimensional image-making, first seen in their legendary holographic film for Alexander McQueen’s autumn/winter 2006 show. With a performance that recalls the fantastical cinema of Ray Harryhausen, James Bidgood and Kenneth Anger, KM3D-1 places at its centre one of the most iconic female figures of the modern age. Suspended in time and space, Kate is caught inexorably in the parallax gap; a butterfly in a spider’s web. Captured at 1,000 frames per second – a speed so slow that movement is almost imperceptible – the beauty of Kate’s face appears frozen, transforming her into an impenetrable deity. She is a figure of contemporary fantasy, shattering her own self-image. Made with state-of-the-art Phantom cameras, specially built for the project to create extreme slow motion and a dramatic 3D effect, KM3D-1 reflects AnOther Magazine’s raison d’etre: to champion creatives pushing the limits of what seems possible.
Entitled “IRC Dance Movement” and mounted on the soundtrack “Signal the Captain” by Of Porcelain, this beautiful three-minute short movie about the movements of breakdancing collective Dutch Illusionary Rockaz is realized by Shueti.
Jason van Genderen’s Mankind Is No Island is a 3 ½ minute film that was shot entirely on a cell phone and took home the top $20,000 prize at Tropfest, NY, the world’s largest short film festival.