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Red Drops of Life

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A story of the senses told through grape-growers and the wine they produce

In "Red Drops of Life," filmmaker Caspar Diederik takes a trip to southern Italy to uncover Aglianico, a unique grape cultivated on the volcanic soils of the Basilicata region. Part of the StoryTravelers series of tourism videos, Diederik's clip focuses on the stories behind the wine and the region it comes from:  With “Red drops of life” I wanted to visualize the story behind......read more

The Real Happy Meal

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Travel to Valsugana, Italy to enjoy homegrown food in the open mountain air

The StoryTravelers, a group of filmmakers dedicated to documenting "genuine travel experiences," continue their mission with The Real Happy Meal, in which the intrepid filmmakers take us to Valsugana, a fertile valley in northern Italy dotted with vineyards and surrounded by mountains. The clip asks us to rethink the meaning of "happy meal," a term which for most of us is synonymous with a......read more

The Perennial Plate: Ten Things We Love About Italy

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The best parts about about the best food country in the world

It's no secret that Italians know how to eat right, and while an amazing food culture is by no means the only thing the country has to offer, it is surely one of the highlights. The intrepid foodies at The Perennial Plate celebrate the great things about Italian food culture with "Ten Things We Love About Italy," an episode shot while traveling through the country. Different regions produce......read more

Studio Swine: Can City

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Duo creates a collection of aluminum furniture from Sao Paulo street materials

Studio Swine, the cross-disciplinary design duo made up of Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves, has released a video to document its Can City project. While in Sao Paulo, the pair built a mobile foundry that smelts aluminum cans using waste vegetable oil as fuel. With the ability to make both moulds and finished pieces on-site, Can City turns the street into a local factory. In Sao Paulo, over......read more

Iron and Wine "Joy"

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Surreal video from Hayley Morris combines watercolor rotoscopes with stop-motion animation

Brooklyn-based animator Hayley Morris (previously) spent three months crafting the visuals for "Joy," an earnest slice bit of psych-pop from Iron and Wine's fifth album, Ghost on Ghost. Taking her inspiration the song's lyric, "Deep inside the heart of this crazy mess I’m only calm when I get lost within your wilderness," Morris hand-painted watercolor illustrations of a woman and projected......read more

Iron & Wine, "Godless Brother in Love"

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Slo-mo rapture from director Claire Marie Vogel

Stuck as we are in the middle of winter's cold, dark heart, most of us could use some relief from the cool-weather drudgery. This sunny new video for "Godless Brother in Love," from Iron & Wine's year-old Kiss Each Other Clean LP, is just the respite we've been looking for. The Claire Marie Vogel-directed clip follows a group of attractive young people hanging out in the beaming......read more

Tame Impala, "Half Full Glass of Wine"

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Rad collage-style animation by Special Problems.

Aussie psych-sters Tame Impala have put out no less than three great videos for songs off their 2010 record Innerspeaker (this one, this one, and this one), all of which nicely complement their hallucinogenic sound. But we somehow weren't aware of this superb animation that came out a couple years ago. It was created by Campbell Hooper and Joel Kefali, aka New Zealand creative studio Special......read more

Band Of Horses "Compliments"

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Landscapes intertwine in vid for lead single off Seattle band's upcoming record.

This video is either the perfect visual interpretation of the new Band Of Horses song, or totally off the mark. Directed by photographer Christopher Wilson, the trippy nature photomontage seems a bit detached from the rootsy vibe of the tune. But then the intertwining landscapes somehow fit with vague lyrics questioning the existence of God. In any case, it looks cool. The new Band Of Horses......read more

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