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Sweet Spain

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Filmmaker Joerg Daiber delivers the latest amazing tilt-shift vid

There may be some for whom the tilt-shift phenomenon is feeling played out, but we aren't among them. There's something about the warped perspective of a miniaturized world that we can't seem to get enough of. The movement keeps going strong with this entry from Joerg Daiber of Spoonfilm, spotted over at the always-trusty Colossal. Sweet Spain was shot on Daiber's travels to Seville, Madrid......read more

Walking

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This beautifully shot film takes us on a four-day jaunt through the woods of northern Spain

Based in Valencia, Spain, Juan Rayos is an accomplished filmmaker/photographer/artist who has created work for an impressive list of clients that includes Moleskine and Abengoa. But Juan's "Walking" film is of a more personal nature. Shot during a four-day hike through the forests of Navarre in Spanish Basque country, the clip has all the serene beauty you need for inspiration to head out for a......read more

Fresh Guacamole

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Charmingly bizarre stop-motion film by PES

Talented animator PES follows up on his 2008 stop-motion hit "Western Spaghetti" with another wildly creative video. Featured as part of Showtime’s Short Stories series,"Fresh Guacamole" demonstrates how to make the Mexican avocado dip using unusual non-food items. There is no shortage of suprises, including an avocado coming in the form of a hand grenade, and a baseball......read more

Magenta Skycode, "Kipling"

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Beauty new vid for Finnish indie act by Flatlight Films

"Kipling," a rhythmic pop number by Finland's Magenta Skycode, takes its title from the early 30th century poet Rudyard Kipling (duh). For the video, compatriot director Miikka Niemi of Flatlight Films interprets a famous Kipling line -- "Of all the liars in the world sometimes the worst are your own fears" -- with a portrayal of a white wolfdog chasing a dude through the northern woods of......read more

Once Again

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Nostalgic vibes abound in this test film from Elliot Sellers

This beautifully shot video is actually just a series of image tests for a bigger project. Hard to believe. The clip was shot by LA director Elliot Sellers, who went heavy on the double exposures and image composites to create something truly sublime, with no shortage of help from Jonsi and Alex (of Sigur Ros fame), whose song "Indian Summer" provides the soundtrack. ...read more

The Strokes, "I'll Try Anything Once"

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Time-lapse film spruced up by holographic iPhone app.

The portfolio of California filmmaker Ross Ching displays plenty of cool trickery aided by new video technology. For this unofficial Strokes vid, Ching discovered has an iPhone app that allows users to write “holographic” text onto a long-exposure photo. The iPhone app, called Holographium, adds an interesting dimension to an already great time-lapse video. For more creative......read more

Radiolab and NPR Present 'Words'

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A stunning film from Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante.

Wow. It's kind of ironic that this video is called "Words" because it leaves us speechless. Made by Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante of Everynone, the film accompanies an episode of Radiolab that imagines a world without words. The creative premise is simple, but the execution is off-the-charts awesome. Sorry everything else, you're not going to get attended to until we......read more

Cy's Sunrise Lefts

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With a camera on his head, surfer/filmmaker Cyrus Sutton catches some nice waves at sunrise.

Beautifully shot and edited POV vid captures Cyrus Sutton riding perfect, left breaking waves somewhere in South America. Describing the scene, Sutton says, The morning of what was supposedly the swell of the season, my girlfriend and I woke up before dawn and navigated the rocks to empty spinning lefts. For forty-five minutes we shared sunrise lefts. Eventually the pack paddled out and the......read more

The Cove Trailer

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Heartwrenching film exposes annual slaughter of dolphins in a secret Japanese cove.

Produced by the Oceanic Preservation Society, the Cove is an enlightening documentary shot by a brave group of activists who risk life and limb to document the slaughter of dolphins near Taijii, Japan. Along the way, they uncover what may be the largest health crisis facing our planet—the poisoning of our seas....read more

Satellites: A User's Manual

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Part 1 in a series of charming informational films on the science of satellites.

Ever wondered how satellites work? Neither have we, but the short animated films made by This is Real Art for European satellite company Astra manage to make the subject thoroughly fascinating. If high school physics was this awesome, we'd all be scientists. (Via Creative Review)...read more

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