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Category Archives: Film
The other day we had “New York City vs San Francisco”, today it’s the “Academy Awards vs Cannes Film Festival”.
First there was the blog, then the book, and now there’s the Paris vs New York video. Animated by the North Creative Collective studio, Vahram Muratyan’s cheeky illustrations always brighten the day.
Two years ago, the New York Shakespeare Exchange launched an ambitious, crowdfunded project to create 154 short films based on Shakespeare Sonnets. The Sonnet Project, which features 154 different actors filmed in 154 different New York City locations, aims to … Continue reading
The always entertaining and imaginative NYC art collective Dawn of Man has been using projection mapping techniques in an intriguing project that transforms ordinary city walls into meditative works of art. Check out the fascinating video of “Projection Napping” below, … Continue reading
The mind-boggling short video below is a visualization of 562,145 journeys on London’s Underground network.
If you are considering a visit to New York City, and if you love music, you should know that next month NYC’s fantastic Museum of Modern Art is launching an extraordinary retrospective on the work of Iceland’s greatest export, Bjork. … Continue reading
The UK travel booking website lastminute.com produced this sexually suggestive video titled “Sexy Delights of Europe” for a Valentine’s Day ad campaign. The short film features famous works of art, architectural highlights, and gastronomical specialties all with heavy-handed sexual innuendo … Continue reading
On December 6, 2014, forty photographers joined together to create LapseLondon . For the awesome project, each contributor shot a timelapse sequence in a different area of the city. The resulting video, comprised of more than 35,000 images, was created … Continue reading
Like Bremen purports to be a project advertising the historic German port city of Bremen and promoting “cultural integration”. I suspect that the students from the Hochschule für Künste Bremen are having a laugh with their hilarious short films. Somehow … Continue reading