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How to Do Visual Comedy


If you love visual comedy, then let Tony Zhou introduce you to the work of Edgar Wright, one of the few filmmakers who is consistently finding humor through framing, camera movement, editing, goofy sound effects and music.

Buy Buy Baby


It's the roaring twenties and things are looking great for Frederick Frinklesworth II and the rest of the New York Stock Exchange, but when his daughter Betty is left in his care for the day can Fredrick and Wall Street survive the mayhem that ensues?

New York Looks Amazing This Summer


Colby Moore has created something very special here – he has captured the sights and sounds of New York in this visually amazing and truly cinematic short film.  It is almost as if, amongst all the humanity and the never ending movement, that the city is waiting for something to happen.  The music,

The Photography of Jack Délano - the Man who Colored the Forties


Image Credit Flickr Library of Congress  Above: A young worker at the C & NW RR 40th Street shops, Chicago, Illinois, 1942.

Find Out How Movie Executives Dreams Up the Next Big Franchise


Have you ever wondered how movie executives come up with their ideas (usually as you are sitting in a theater wondering why you just paid to watch the digital car crash taking place in front of your eyes?

Binairy Talk: Can Smoke Signals Transmit Digital Data?


Professors at the Köln International School of Design in Germany wanted to see if they could transmit digital data using smoke signals - because.  The result was this installation which they dubbed Binairy Talk.

Take a Quad-Copter Ride Over Downtown Los Angeles


Filmmaker Ian Wood used a lightweight remote controlled quad-copter and camera system to take these remarkable shots of Downtown Los Angeles.  Above the hustle and bustle of the streets it is easier to get a real feel for the sheer visual detail of the architecture and art in the downtown area.   Pl

Watch This Toddler Have Her First Paragliding Adventure


Luisa is a very lucky little girl if you ask me, even though I am not quite sure how I would have reacted being hundreds of feet above the ground when I was her age.  I probably would have screamed my head off for the duration but Luisa takes it in her stride and with such easiness that it looks as

Dewi the Dragon: Guardian of Castle Harlech (and Coolest Dragon on Earth)


Harlech Castle was constructed atop a spur of rock next to the Irish Sea by Edward I of England to seal his victory over Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, the last sovereign Prince of Wales.

The Blind Photographer


Brenden Borrellini is both deaf and blind so photography might not be a hobby one would imagine him taking up.  So how does that work?

The Adobe Illustrator Story


When Adobe Illustrator first shipped in 1987, it was the first software application for a young company that had, until then, focused solely on Adobe PostScript.

The Collector’s Gift


A young girl stumbles across a chest left behind by the mysterious collector many years before.

Godzilla Gets Legless in Tokyo


Something monstrous is stirring in the heart of Tokyo.  Godzilla!  However, you don’t have to worry too much about the future of this great Asian metropolis.  Even if this very cool twenty five foot replica of the movie monster were to spring to life, he wouldn’t get very far.  Someone forgot to give him legs.

Bless You


You may have had a moment or two like this: you spend an age working on a project only to get bored with it.  This is the case with the architect in this animated short by Philip Watts.  He decides to spice things up a little with his creation by introducing something that will set the (not quite proverbial) cat amongst the pigeons.

Godzilla Rocks


Do you see what I see? Utoro is a minor working fishing port on Japan’s second largest island, Hokkaido.

That’s Not Supposed to Happen


This is as strange but as engaging as it gets.  Two aliens manipulate life on earth, fighting over control of the planet, resulting in destruction.  Unsurprisingly this was shortlisted for a Royal Television student award in the animation category.

If You Have Never Wanted to Visit Turkey, You Will After Watching This


Take a trip to Istanbul, passing the Black Sea Coast, to the vastness of Eastern Anatolia, then returning over otherworldly Cappadocia and enjoying the sun at the Turquoise Coast.

Take a Glimpse in to the Future with The Nuclear Winter Olympics


There’s nothing quite like a good dystopia to start off the day so if wake up worrying about the future of the planet under our so far must do better stewardship you may wish to avoid this.  However, this video created by Duncan Elms for topical satirists A Rational Fear keeps its tongue firmly in its cheek even if most of what it envisages is certainly not without the realm of the imagination (wouldn’t be in the video otherwise, I guess!

Flower Beards: Sorry, Boys, But the Green Man Got There First


Flower Beards. The internet has recently been festooned with pictures of young, hirsute men who have chosen to decorate their facial hair with a variety of blooms.

This Ice Cream Time-Lapse will Melt Your Heart


Ice creams and lollies are meant to be eaten – that is the sole reason for their existence. So when they are left to melt it is nothing short of tragic.


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