Moulton Bicycle Company is an established manufacturer of 50 years and still very much family-run with the highly respected engineer and nonagenarian Dr. Alex Moulton, still watching over the development of new ideas and improvements to these innovative machines. Made in England is a short film that takes a look behind the scenes and meet … Read more
Argentina’s Black Sheep Films are back with another brilliant video turning a city into a theme park. After the excellent Inception Park in their hometown of Buenos Aires, filmaker and director Livschitz Fernando has performed the same creative magic with New York Park. The fictional amusement park right across New York sees major landmarks taken … Read more
There is something about tilt-shift films turning everything miniature that grabs you and won’t let you go. Joerg Daiber, CEO of spoonfilm in Berlin shot ‘Sweet Spain’ in Seville, Madrid and El Chorro as part of the company’s Vimeo Awards nominated Little Big World series capturing some of the world’s most picturesque scenes in miniature.
The poem, ‘For Those Lost, Just Not Forgotten’ by New York-based Brazilian Chateau Bezerra, has been visualised by the award-winning American director Cole Webley. The result is a stunning representation, that mixed with Adam Taylor’s music, captures Bezerra’s sad, lonely, longing words so perfectly. Enjoy… In the vacuum of leaving and being left, People are made. … Read more
Belgium filmmaker, Sander Vandenbroucke has produced a stunning short documentary ‘Brussels Express’ telling the tale of bike messengers in Brussels. Despite being the home to the European Parliament and forward-thinking legislation, the city remains somewhat in the dark ages and is the most congested city in Europe with only 4% cycling traffic. ‘Brussels Express’ is … Read more
As today’s media has turned more and more focused on digital content, it is good to hark back to the good old days of ink all over your fingers and treating a print newspaper with the respect it deserved, unless you are reading the Daily Star, of course. Print archives that were once the heart … Read more
Sidewalk Talk is a project from Danish photographer Jonas Normann who started it to tell his story of the people and faces he met on the street. Normann takes photos of new people everyday from every walk of life, getting to know people who under other circumstances would never have talked to him, let alone have their photo taken. … Read more
The Hindu Holi Festival of Colours held predominately in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan is not one of the most religious of festivals, but it is probably the most vibrant and colourful. The celebration of the start of spring sees thousands of Hindus create a rainbow cloud by lighting bonfires and throwing scented, coloured powder and … Read more
Photographer Eirik Evjen has took to the rooftops of his home town Oslo in Norway and created a brilliant video, ‘Tiny Capital’ made out of 76,940 single photos. Using a tilt-shift lens, Evjen’s work has the feel of watching a load of miniatures – but it is all real. The photos have all been painstakingly edited together … Read more
There are a host of unsung heroes in Hollywood, the make-up, the runners, the guy making tea for all the actors and not to forget the stunt double, or for that the hand model. Directed by Ryan Palmieri, a new short documentary film showcases and celebrates the true story of the meteoric rise and fall … Read more
Sports Illustrated model Kate Upton has become a worldwide household name since we featured her becoming the latest to join the Victoria Secret’s as the new curvy girl alongside Candice, Adriana Lima, etc. Kate Upton is a cute, cheeky girl who loves her sport, horse riding, basketball, NFL and whatever else she posts on her … Read more
The debut feature, ‘Gimme the Loot’ from New York filmmaker and director Adam Leon, saw its world premiere at the SXSW Festival to a rousing reception from the watching gallery. With a miniscule budget, the film showed what brilliant talent was harboured on the streets on New York. Produced by Dominic Buchanan, Natalie Difford and … Read more
Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked in an interview with TIME magazine, “What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?” This is his answer cut to the most astounding piece of video by Max Schlickenmeyer too… just beautiful.
Bon Iver are one of the greatest acts out there at the moment, their melodic indie folk pop is a regular stayer on my weekly playlist and Towers, the band’s forthcoming release since their Grammy win, has been there for weeks and weeks. The stunning cinematography by Nabil Elderkin, a Los Angeles-based director and photographer … Read more
The 84th Academy Awards at the Hollywood and Highland Center has now finished and the after parties are in full flow. The night belonged to Martin Scorsese’s 3D kids fantasy Hugo and French black and white silent movie, The Artist, both finishing the evening with five Oscars each. There were tears and of course, ridiculousness … Read more
‘For The Remainder’ is a short animated film by Omer Ben David as his graduation project from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Israel. The beautifully crafted, atmospheric piece that tells the story of an old house cat who bids farewell to his home, his owner and the world he used to know. Using a 3-D … Read more
Rhode Island production company Gnarly Bay Productions, has released a incredibly beautiful video of a couple traveling through Chile and Patagonia, entitled ‘A Story For Tomorrow’. The film of company co-owner Dan Riordan and girlfriend Nina through their five week journey asks the question, “is it possible to be happy with this life?” “Did you … Read more
In a brilliantly captivating piece of slow motion cinematography, Sacha Powell produced ‘Slow It Down’ takes viewers of tour of London to Brighton. The stunning short film captures simple, stolen moments in slow motion, all to the sound of M83 – ‘Outro’.
In a stunning video by Molly Butler, American actor Jason Schwartzman celebrates artist John Baldessari. Schwartzman has made his name in quirky indie films like The Darjeeling Limited, Funny People and I Heart Huckabees stars in a typically funny and surreal short film where Baldessari stalks him until he gives up and gets a lesson … Read more