Category Archives: Motion

Kids these days…

February 18th, 2011

Baby Trashes Bar

Kids these days… Sheesh, ya can’t take them anywhere! Okay, so I must have watched this ten times already in the last twenty-four hours and I love it! It’s so simple and so clever, I think it’s hilarious. The “red wine” bit at 1:05 cracks me up every time.  Instant classic.

Phantom Flex Super Slow Mo

February 15th, 2011

Phantom Flex Super Slow Mo

This is what you get when you lock a dude in a baseball cap in a Vegas hotel room with a Phantom Flex high speed digital cinema camera. Shooting at a whopping 2,564 frames per second, the results are AMAZING. I kind of feel like my eyes weren’t meant to see things at this super…

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The External World

February 10th, 2011

The External World

“None of the events portrayed actually happened” Total freaking amazing awesomeness!! I just watched this super original, wonderfully psychotic animation and it melted my freakin’ brain! It’s totally bonkers, sensitive but violent. Love the character’s and non-linear narrative. Clever and confusing, I particularly enjoyed the pace of it and use of audio.

Scenes from the Suburbs

February 9th, 2011

Scenes from the Suburbs

Here is a trailer of sorts for Scenes from the Suburbs, a new short film by Spike Jonze based on the album “The Suburbs by Arcade Fire. “I wish I could remember every little moment. But I can’t. Why do I only remember the moments that I do. I wonder what happens to the others.”…

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The City is the Film

October 15th, 2010

The City Is The Film

Almost everything comes to us through some media prism, which, in turn, colours not just our view of this life, but our own self-definition. ‘The City is the Film‘ takes its title from a line in ‘A City’, a poem by the late Edwin Morgan, and uses it to build an intimate, collaged portrait of…

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Dark Side of the Lens

October 1st, 2010

Dark Side of the Lens

Amazing film & work of art. Magnificent shots and such sharp images. The colour correction is fantastic. Deep, dark, scary, heavy and beautiful. The framing of each shot receives extra credibility considering the tretcherous subject matter and although at first I found the voice over jarring, it all seems to come together flawlessly. Great job!

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