Posts in the Category: Video
If Alex Goddard’s animation is any indication, the future’s looking pretty terrific.
Alex Goddard, London-based filmmaker and animator, gives us a glimpse of whats to come with this brillant and funny short animation. And let’s hope his silly animated poem is prophetic!
At the time the debate rages between prescribers of ‘all digital’ and diehard defenders of the paper, Clover takes position with his new TV spot titled “Emma“.
A chorus of women are borne from the movements of a single dancer in this dreamlike pas de trente-deux.
In the tradition of Marey and McLaren, Michael Langan and Terah Maher combine music, dance, and image multiplication to create a film that enhances our perception of motion. “Choros” delivers a visually mesmerizing narrative in three movements, following a dancer’s (Maher) experience of discovery, euphoria, and rebirth through this surreal phenomenon. Featuring music from Steve Reich‘s “Music for 18 Musicians.”
In this morning with hangover of Oscars, here you have an animation that quiz your movie knowledge. How many titles can you name?
As humans, we have some pretty nasty habits: we can’t grasp the concept of recycling, we are constantly at risk of being run over or driving off the road because we’re looking at our phones instead of looking at the road in front of us, and on top of all of it, fruits and vegetables rarely make a cameo in our fridges because they’re crammed with takeout. In summary, we’re just a mess. If it weren’t for these opposable thumbs I’m pretty sure we would have been taken out by the marsupials long ago.
Photographer Lynn Johnson takes you to rural India, where women volunteers save lives.
They are not doctors. They are not nurses. They are illiterate women from India’s Untouchable castes. Yet as trained health workers, they are delivering babies, curing disease, and saving lives -including their own.
1 km. of thread.
350 reels of thread.
73.000 embroidery stitches.
6 kg. of scraps of fabric.
100 needles and sewing pins.
<<Who would dare to pit one fatal disease against another… inside the body of a six-year-old patient? The results will shatter all expectations.>> This is the abstract of one of the finalists of this interesting documentary film contest Focus Forward is carrying on.
Focus Forward is an unprecedented new series of 30 three-minute stories about innovative people who are reshaping the world through act or invention, directed by the world’s most celebrated documentary filmmakers.
Urban Survivors is a multimedia project by Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in collaboration with the NOOR photo agency and Darjeeling Productions, highlighting the critical humanitarian and medical needs that exist in slums the world over.
Urban Survivors takes the visitor on a virtual journey through seven slums -in Guatemala City, Tegucigalpa, Dhaka, Johannesburg, Karachi, Nairobi and Port-au-Prince– where MSF is running projects. The website lets the visitor discover more about the daily lives of people in these slums, the challenges they face, and what MSF is doing to address their humanitarian needs.