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Stonehaven by BWGH

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Paris menswear label travels to Scotland for stunning video lookbook

We're not generally in the habit of posting advertising clips, but this one from Brooklyn We Go Hard, aka BWGH, fits nicely in SHFT's wheelhouse. For its fall/winter 2013 collection, the Paris menswear brand found inspiration in the rolling landscapes of Stonehaven, Scotland. That's where directors Adrien Landre and Julien Soulier headed to film this gorgeous video lookbook of the collection.......read more

Snowboarding's Dead

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An inside look at snowboarding in mountain-less Minnesota

This from the director: This is episode 1 of snowboarding's dead, an inside look at Minnesota, a hub for snowboarding, and all around amazing place. Over the years, a lot of great snowboarders have come from Minnesota, and as i spend more time there, it becomes more and more apparent why. Not known for its Big mountains, but more for rope tows, amazing snowboard parks and a snow blanketed......read more

Rituals "Our Blood"

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This new clip for Toronto's Rituals looks like a moving painting

Newly signed to Toronto label One Big Silence, Rituals has released a video for "Our Blood," the lead single from the band's upcoming 12", Mesmerized. The track itself is a blistering slice of post-punk, here contrasted with some strikingly shot visuals from director Cameron Morse, with colorization effects executed by Rituals' frontman Adam Seward. "This was basically my first video project, so......read more

The Farmer and The Bluefin

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The Perennial Plate takes a looks at the controversial practice of tuna farming

Driven by demand in Japan's seafood market, stocks of the bluefin tuna have depleted 85 percent over the last forty-odd years. Can aquaculture help meet the demand and save the threatened species? In "The Farmer and the Bluefin," The Perennial Plate hones its cameras in on a bluefin tuna farm in Wakayama, Japan. Whereas most bluefin farming operations capture young fish......read more

Trailer: Samsara

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Baraka director Ron Fricke has a new flick coming out, and it looks amazing

Ron Fricke, the director behind the game-changing film "Baraka," is set to return with "Samsara," his first feature length in two decades. This stunning teaser has us chomping at the bit. Shot in 70mm film, with imagery that would make Terence Malick's eye pop out, the film explores the always-interesting territory where humanity and nature collide. Here;s the description from the......read more

Fragments of Iceland

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The world's most photogenic nation has never looked so good

This video from French filmmakers Lea Amiel and Nicolas Libersalle gives us yet another reason to want to visit Iceland, that magical land of geysers, glaciers and volcanoes. The highly stylized piece shows off the stunning landscapes of the island nation in all their sweeping glory. It's a pleasing interpretation of place, all nicely synced up to Cinematic Orchestra's "To Build a Home"....read more

MiniLook Kiev

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A sunny tilt-shift video to celebrate the onset of spring

The tilt-shift video trend is showing no signs of slowing. The latest comes from Israeli filmmakers Efim Graboy & Daria Turetski, who depict the capital city of Ukraine in storybook fashion. With the sun shining, the trees bursting with green, and a requisite shot of a couple making out in a park, there couldn't be a better video to commemorate the coming of spring. Shot over the course of......read more

Brooklyn Informed: Water

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New SHFT series Brooklyn Informed launches with a look at water conservation efforts in the borough.

Brooklyn Informed, our new web series, profiles real people pursuing the practice of sustainability in BK, a breeding ground for greening activity. The series jumps off with an episode on water, going deep with artist Mary Jordan and entrepreneur Sean Meenan on their respective water conservation projects in the borough. ...read more

Metronomy, "The Look"

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Stop motion birds in bumper cars? Sure, why not

We're late on this one but we're pulling IT from the ashes of internet history (aka five months ago) because, well, it's good. Director Lorenzo Fonda cobbled together this bit of stop-motion fun for the super-sexy electro pop single off Metronomy's album The English Riviera, released last April. It features an aesthetically-pleasing look at the band playing in single file in front of a......read more

Revenge of the Electric Car: Official Trailer

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Chris Paine returns with a behind-the-scenes look at the E.V. industry

Five years ago, director Chris Paine ruffled a few feathers with Who Killed the Electric Car, a blockbuster documentary that exposed the development and mothballing of electric vehicles in the early 2000s. Now, with the first mass produced electric cars on the road, Paine is back with Revenge of the Electric Car, a behind-the-scenes exploration of the nascent EV industry.......read more

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