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A Stunning 4K Timelapse Of The Gunhilde Maersk

A Stunning 4K Timelapse Of The Gunhilde Maersk

Design Videos

A stunning 4K timelapse of container ship Gunhilde Maersk at sea from Ho-Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Ningbo, China and the incredible loading sequences at each port. A montage of over 78,000 5D Mk3 RAW files. Edited by Toby Smith to create a stunning day to night sequence in 4K.

“The Paper Boy”, An Award-Winning Touching Short Film

“The Paper Boy”, An Award-Winning Touching Short Film

Videos

The City of Joy is that melting pot where dreams are served everyday freshly cooked. This is a tale of a little boy whose world revolves around the by-lanes of old Calcutta where he delivers the latest headlines and then spends the rest of his day simmering dreams at a tiny tea stall.

“Miller & Son”, Award-Winning LGBTQ Short Film

“Miller & Son”, Award-Winning LGBTQ Short Film

Videos

A transwoman mechanic lives between running her family’s auto shop during the day and expressing her femininity at night until an unforeseen event threatens the balance of her compartmentalized life.

Where Hollywood Shoots All Its Plane Scenes

Where Hollywood Shoots All Its Plane Scenes

Media Videos

Many of the most iconic plane and airport scenes were filmed in the same place — Air Hollywood, the LA production studio entirely dedicated to aviation. The studio has three full aircraft interiors and an airport terminal set that’s reconfigurable into any part of the air travel experience.

The House That ‘Parasite’ Built (From Scratch)

The House That ‘Parasite’ Built (From Scratch)

Architecture Design Media

What’s in a house? Much of the shock and thrill in Bong Joon Ho’s genre-flexible movie Parasite — nominated for six Oscars including Best Production Design — hinges on the fictional house built by a fictional architect owned by the wealthy Park family.

Inside HBO Max, The $4 Billion Bet To Stand Out In The Streaming Wars

Inside HBO Max, The $4 Billion Bet To Stand Out In The Streaming Wars

Media

Bob Greenblatt, Kevin Reilly and Sarah Aubrey — the executives leading the charge for WarnerMedia’s ambitious HBO Max streaming venture — outline their vision for a global platform to compete with Netflix, Amazon, Disney and others in TV’s new frontier of the direct-to-consumer cavalcade.

Short Film: Ikhwène (Brotherhood) by Meryam Joobeur

Short Film: Ikhwène (Brotherhood) by Meryam Joobeur

Art Videos

One of the most acclaimed shorts of the year, and a frontrunner for Oscar. Mohamed is a shepherd in rural Tunisia with his wife and two young sons. Their world is shaken when their oldest son returns after a long journey with a mysterious woman he says is his wife.

“Vert”, Short Film About Unearthing A Husband’s Secret Through VR

“Vert”, Short Film About Unearthing A Husband’s Secret Through VR

Videos

Emelia and Jeff are an open-minded couple celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary by venturing into the virtual reality world of ‘Vert’ together. Vert presents them with a character that is their ‘ideal self’ and what is supposed to be re-awakening for them as a couple becomes the unearthing of Jeff’s secret.

Virginia Mori

Inspiration
Virginia Mori
“Dominion”, How Animals Are Used And Abused By Humans

“Dominion”, How Animals Are Used And Abused By Humans

Food Nature Videos

Dominion exposes the dark underbelly of modern animal agriculture, questioning the morality and validity of humankind’s dominion over the animal kingdom. While mainly focusing on animals used for food, it also explores other ways animals are exploited and abused by humans, including clothing, entertainment and research.

Iraq’s Social Media Martyrs

Iraq’s Social Media Martyrs

Crime Media Videos World

Huge nationwide protests against corruption have been making headlines, but these young millennials are taking on power in a different way, by celebrating beauty, fashion and rap. They’ve got millions of followers, but, as Unreported World finds out, fame can have deadly consequences.

Drought And Floods — The Climate Exodus

Drought And Floods — The Climate Exodus

Nature Videos

More people around the world are fleeing from climate change than from war. If human-induced climate change continues at the current rate, the World Bank warns that by 2050 there could be as many as 180 million climate refugees.

The Secret Of Scooby-doo’s Enduring Appeal

The Secret Of Scooby-doo’s Enduring Appeal

Media

Why has Scooby-Doo—described by the New York Times film critic A. O. Scott in 2002 as “one of the cheapest, least original products of modern American juvenile culture”—outlasted not only such Hanna-Barbera brethren as The Flintstones and Yogi Bear, but also pretty much everything else on television?

“Safety”, Award-Winning Short Film About A School Shooting In America

“Safety”, Award-Winning Short Film About A School Shooting In America

Videos

In a small-town elementary school, 8-year-old Michael lays on the cold gym floor. Suddenly the class hears the sound of a gunshot nearby. As they rush to seek refuge in their gym teacher’s office, Michael senses something familiar about the shooter and makes a daring move, altering both of their lives forever.

“The Neighbors’ Window”, Oscar-Winning Live Action Short Film

“The Neighbors’ Window”, Oscar-Winning Live Action Short Film

Videos

This short film tells the story of Alli, a mother of young children who has grown frustrated with her daily routine and husband. But her life is shaken up when two free-spirited twenty-somethings move in across the street and she discovers that she can see into their apartment.

“Locker Room”, Thought-Provoking Short Film About Teenage Friendships

“Locker Room”, Thought-Provoking Short Film About Teenage Friendships

Videos

A teenage girl discovers her male friends’ secret group chat, forcing her to question her friendship with them. Through the lens of neither a perpetrator or survivor, Locker Room draws attention to the social responsibility of bystanders to bad behavior and the pressures that can cause them to turn a blind eye.

Matt Rota

Inspiration
Matt Rota
The Inevitable Decade Of Marvel

The Inevitable Decade Of Marvel

Business Long Reads Media

On July 21, 2019, ‘Avengers: Endgame’ became the highest-grossing film ever, on its way to adding nearly $2.8 billion to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s $22.5 billion global box office total. The 2010s were defined by this superhero takeover—though the plans for it were laid even before the decade began.

The French Paper Mill That Sold To Dalí And Picasso

The French Paper Mill That Sold To Dalí And Picasso

Art Videos

For 700 years, the Richard de Bas paper mill has produced some of the world’s finest paper. The French constitution is printed on paper from this mill. And artists like Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall were customers. Emmanuel runs the business today. His great grandfather bought the mill in Ambert, France, during World War II, and it has stayed in the family ever since.

Ari Emanuel, WME, And The Great Hollywood IPO That Wasn’t

Ari Emanuel, WME, And The Great Hollywood IPO That Wasn’t

Business Long Reads Media

The entertainment industry’s reigning super-agent planned to put his firm—and the very power structure of Hollywood—on the line with an audacious, now scuttled public offering. With that future on hold and the likes of Netflix and Disney commanding more ground by the day, what’s an ambitious modern macher to do?

“Extrapolate”, A Mind-Bending Hand-Drawn Animation By Johan Rijpma

“Extrapolate”, A Mind-Bending Hand-Drawn Animation By Johan Rijpma

Art Videos

In this hand-drawn animation by Johan Rijpma a line is being extrapolated through a grid. When the line surpasses the boundaries of the grid, the process spreads to and reflects on its surroundings. Beyond each boundary, the extrapolation of movement is causing deformation in a systematic but speculative way.

The Real-Life Hollywood Hoax That Turned A Fake Bradley Cooper Epic Into A $14 Million Scam

The Real-Life Hollywood Hoax That Turned A Fake Bradley Cooper Epic Into A $14 Million Scam

Crime Media

Adam Joiner’s silver-screen dreams were finally coming true. He had a deal with Netflix, a superstar lead, a ‘Transformers’ superproducer and, amazingly, interest from Spielberg. He easily landed a major investment from Korean and Chinese money men. There was only one problem: His entire story was a lie.

The Hollywood Con Queen

The Hollywood Con Queen

Crime Long Reads

She tormented studio executives, actors, makeup artists, security guys, photographers, screenwriters, athletes, even bobsledders and scuba divers for years—until corporate investigator Nicoletta Kotsianas was put on the case.

How ‘1917’ Was Filmed To Look Like One Shot

How ‘1917’ Was Filmed To Look Like One Shot

Explainers Media Videos

“1917” stars George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Colin Firth, and Benedict Cumberbatch and was filmed to look like one continuous shot. Cinematographer Roger Deakins explains how he and director Sam Mendes did it, from digging up a mile of trenches to attaching cameras to cranes and drones.

University Professor Has Redesigned The Zweibrück Observatory In Germany Into R2-D2

University Professor Has Redesigned The Zweibrück Observatory In Germany Into R2-D2

Architecture Art Design

Star Wars fans know him, the little droid R2-D2. Through him, friends of space can now look into the stars, more precisely into the Zweibrück starry sky. Because Hubert Zitt, professor at the Zweibrücken University of Applied Sciences, has redesigned the Zweibrück Observatory of the Natural Science Association.

Joseph Ford

Inspiration
Joseph Ford
What Happened To MoviePass?

What Happened To MoviePass?

Business Explainers Videos

MoviePass tried to change the moviegoing experience altogether, with a simple idea. For a monthly fee, subscribers could go to the cinema once a day, every day. Ironically, too many subscribers would eventually be a bad thing. MoviePass went from being a hit to entirely collapsing, in just 3 days. How?

“Full Moon”, Night Skiing Without Artificial Light

“Full Moon”, Night Skiing Without Artificial Light

Videos

Night skiing without artificial light: Closing lift stations and the setting sun mark the end of the action for most skiers. Not for Max Kroneck and Jochen Mesle. While ski towns fall asleep they head into the mountains and see them awaking in a new light. The snow starts glistening again.

Short Film: “Dirty Machines: The End Of History”

Short Film: “Dirty Machines: The End Of History”

Art Videos

“Dirty Machines: The End of History” a highly polished sci-fi teaser for a longer-form series that envisions a future where time travel has become a form of tourism. It’s stylish, but beyond the undeniable aesthetic panache, Matthew Olson’s film feels completely transformative as a world-building exercise.

What Comes After TV?

What Comes After TV?

Innovation Media Tech

A mobile-storytelling platform called Quibi has loomed on the content horizon, promising that, when its app launches this spring, it will be a home to a huge library of short-form shows made specifically for your phone. But Snapchat has been operating in that space for years. It’s harder than you’d think.

Behind The Scenes At Rotten Tomatoes

Behind The Scenes At Rotten Tomatoes

Long Reads Media Tech

Humans, not algorithms, determine those ubiquitous scores. The Tomato­meter is run by a team of “curators” who read just about every known review from a gigantic pool of approved critics, then decide if each is positive or negative. Once a movie has five reviews, it is Tomatometer-eligible.

‘Enough’, Animated Film About Moments Of Lost Self-Control

‘Enough’, Animated Film About Moments Of Lost Self-Control

Art Videos

Anna Mantzaris’ animated film ‘Enough’ captures instantly relatable moments of emotional exasperation that offer a glimpse into the anarchy of our inner desires. The Swedish filmmaker set her film in a joyless world where every mundane routine feels like an oppressive act.

“Free Will”, A Ski Film From Revelstoke, British Colombia

“Free Will”, A Ski Film From Revelstoke, British Colombia

Videos

Imaginary Revelstoke’s mountain raven follows the journey of several Czech and Canadian skiers who found more space and inspiration in the mountains of British Columbia. They experienced snow so deep as never before, made new friends and fell in love with a different, more fulfilling type of skiing.

The Totally Isolated Tribe Of The Andaman

The Totally Isolated Tribe Of The Andaman

Videos World

There are still people in this world who have no idea that civilization exists. On remote islands in the Bay of Bengal live mysterious tribes. Their origins are mysterious, but this film reveals how modern DNA analysis suggests that these ancient people have close links to Africa, from where they have been separated for 100,000 years.

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