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New Thinking

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Handdrawn animated short reconsiders climate change.

When not producing hard-hitting journalism from the front lines of COP15 (yaawwwn), or suing the pants off the other WWF (pardon me, WWE), the World Wildlife Fund occasionally drops a great little animated video, like this one here. ...read more

Charity: Water Vid

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Great promo short for one of our favorite charities, featuring music by Beck.

What's the number one cause of disease in the world, causing more death than all forms of violence combined? If you guessed unsafe water, you're correct. Your reward is this sweet charity: water PSA. Check out the time lapse at 1:30, fantastic! ...read more

SUN

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Short Film Shot From The SDO Spacecraft

From Michael König Edited time lapse sequences of the sun’s atmosphere observed by the Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft between 2011 and 2015. Music: Una by Murcof ...read more

Wilco, "Sunloathe"

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Wilco get bit by the animation bug

With their new video for "Sunloathe," visionary alt-folkies Wilco take a another run at animation, following on the Popeye-fueled "Dawned On Me" clip dropped earlier this year. Directed by Peter Glantz, the video features more than 100 original drawings by illustrator Nathaniel Murphy, who doubles as a drum tech for Wilco's Glenn Kotche. The story follows a ragtag bunch of fantastical creatures......read more

Sun Boxes

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Here comes the sound -- from a solar-powered art installation.

How cool is this? It's an orchestra conducted by the sun. Created by Massachussetts artist and musician Craig Colorusso, Sun Boxes is comprised of twenty solar-power speakers, each set to play one guitar note on loop, with the all the notes collectively making a B-flat chord. Says Colorusso: "The piece creates space. It is an environment for one to enter and exit. the footprint this......read more

SHFT Does Sundance

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A celebration of sustainability in the Utah Rockies

For this year's Sundance Film Fest, we descended on Park City with a diverse group that included bunch of our favorite artists, chefs, musicians, winemakers, and more. With no shortage of SHFT House Red, and a whole lot of help from Ford and the W Hollywood, we gathered at Fiore for a close-out party to remember. Here's a video recapping the Stag-crafted dinner (featuring......read more

Bon Iver, "Beth/Rest"

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New video co-directed by Justin Vernon and Dan Huiting follows the story of two star-crossed lovers in hazmat suits

"Beth/Rest,"the closing song on Bon Iver's Grammy-winning eponymous LP, is unabashed soft rock of the '80s variety, complete with saxophone, synth and sentimental lyrics. Now the song has a video that is just as heartfelt and (frankly) cheesy as the song itself. Co-directed by Mr. Bon Iver Justin Vernon alongside Dan Huiting, the video follows the story of two star-crossed lovers in illuminated......read more

Half Moon Run, "Call Me In The Afternoon"

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Mysterious phenonema abound in this new video shot in the Oregon woods

Canadian folk trio Half Moon Run are back with a new video for "Call Me in the Afternoon," the latest single from their debut album, Dark Eyes, out now on Outside/Indica. Directed by CzÅ‚owiek Kamera (aka "human-cam"), the clip stars a woman hanging out in the forest outside Portland, OR. Some clever camera trickery reveals disembodied hands emerging from the trees and mouths in the sky......read more

Ball by Everynone

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Acclaimed crew's new short celebrates the little spheres in life

Here is the latest video output from Everynone, everyone's favorite crew of short-film maestros, who you might remember from previous films "Words" and the Vimeo Award-winning "Symmetry." For "Ball," director Daniel Mercadante pulled hundreds of images from Google and wove them together in a poetic visual collage. Like the rest of Everynone's work, "Ball" eschews traditional narrative in......read more

Gardens NYC: Let It Grow

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On a Brooklyn rooftop, Justin Vernon joins the shift.

For Justin Vernon, there's more to gardening than growing plants. His rooftop garden, one of the many cropping up on the Brooklyn skyline, is part of a broader shift in environmental consciousness. The moment he started thinking of the planet as a living entity, Justin couldn't wait to get some seeds and get down to business. Now, with the Gaia philosophy informing his approach, Justin raises......read more

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