A young fellow finds himself stumbling upon an ordinary flashlight that allows him to explore other places. Unexpected Discoveries reminds us to always be present. You never know what is around the corner or what is directly in front of you.
Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, cooler than a cucumber in a bowl of hot sauce, it’s Piper the Aviation Bird Dog, ready for duty. Alongside his handler Brian Edwards, the dynamic duo protects the planes at Cherry Capital Airport from bird strikes. Birds can pose a huge threat to flight safety, but when they see Piper on his way, geese, ducks and gulls flee the runways. It’s an important job, but not one without its share of fun.
We love flashback and nostalgic film creation.
This is a fictitious sci-fi film trailer produced as a nonprofit fan movie, based on a Japanese historical film, or jidaigeki, which does not actually exist.
Please enjoy watching it.
Producer/Screenplay/Director : JUNYA OKABE
We dont usually post trailers, but the animation and design of this looks incredible and we had to give it a shoutout!
Enter a universe where more than one wears the mask. Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the creative minds behind “The Lego Movie” and “21 Jump Street,” bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style that’s the first of its kind. “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask.
CollideTV.com presents: EMERGE. Make Believe: Jason Billington
Jason Billington is an Academy Award nominated VFX supervisor for Iloura in Sydney Australia. In this (more…)
Michal Sawtyruk is a digital painter and illustrator based in Warsaw/Poland with a distinct and wonderful style.
Under The Surface is a glimpse into a consciousness of a woman in a moment of the ambience of her home. Enjoy the stunning animation and sound design in this little piece.
VORTEX is a personal project by Tim Sessler, shot on the iPhone 8 and Freefly MoVI. Filmed within 48h in NYC.
Proves that you don’t need all the fancy equipment to create something beautifully capturing.
A short experimental film and attempt to visualise the POV of a future artificial intelligence agent and its prime encounter with our world, its linear experience and the rapid absorption of all available information.
Besides the point of a very interesting premise of this video, this video takes you on an incredible “never-ending” journey through city, nature and people.
Bonobo has released the video for his track Bambro Koyo Ganda, directed by Stylewar, which makes the world dance to the song’s infectious rhythm. Comprising a series of looping, sped-up films showing scenes both familiar and epic, the video is synced exactly to the beat of the music, so each movement is perfectly in time.
[tran-shuh nt, -zhuh nt, -zee-uh nt]
Adjective. not lasting, enduring, or permanent; lasting only a short time; existing briefly.
Philosophy. person or thing that is transient, especially a temporary guest, boarder, laborer, or the like.
Electricity. a sudden pulse of voltage or current.
“Transient” is a compilation of the best shots from my storm chasing adventures of summer 2017. Most of the lightning footage was captured in uncompressed raw at 1000 frames per second with our Phantom Flex4K. This summer I chased for over 30 days and traveled 20K miles. My respect and admiration for storm chasers became even stronger this year. This is one of the most difficult projects I have ever attempted in my career. On several occasions I found myself uncomfortable either mentally or physically. Chasing storms with a Phantom Flex4K is stressful even when things are going well. There were at least 10 days where I returned home with my tail between my legs and nothing to show after a ten hour chase and 500 miles. There were also a couple of days that I drove home with an ear to ear smile that lasted for hours. Most of the lightning was captured in my home state of Arizona. I also spent a week in the Great Plains chasing with Chad Cowan. It was during this time that I captured a time-lapse of the massive super-cell shown twice in Transient. For some reason that damn super-cell refused to spit out a proper bolt.
Technical info: The Phantom Flex4K is a camera that must be post triggered while shooting high speed. This works out well for capturing lightning because the camera is always recording and rewriting to internal ram. As soon as a bolt appears in my view finder I trigger the camera to save what has been stored in the ram. Shooting at high frame rates requires a lot of light. Therefore, I mostly used my Zeiss Otus 28, 55, and 85mm lenses wide open at f1.4. In all, I captured 10TB of data during this production.
A video that explains “The Dunning Kruger effect” by Mr David Dunning. This effect is a cognitive phenomenon wherein people of low ability suffer from illusory superiority. The aim of this film is to help us to discover whether we are as good at things as we think we are.
Take a trip to the MOMA from the comfort of your home.
As the Museum of Modern Art prepares to ship 200 masterworks by artists like Picasso, Cézanne, Rothko and de Kooning for a special exhibition at the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris, other MoMA staff begin to install a new line-up of exhibitions in New York. See what it takes to run a modern museum in our new documentary series: “At the Museum.”
It’s easy to imagine that the jobs of the future, if they even exist, will all revolve around technology. But it turns out, the jobs that are least likely to succumb to automation are those that involve building human relationships. The healthcare field is a prime example— nurses, physician assistants, and physical therapists have higher-than-average salaries and major expected job growth. These fields share something else in common— they’re dominated by women. Despite the erosion of traditionally “masculine” fields like manufacturing, men just aren’t taking these high-paying, in-demand healthcare jobs in the numbers you’d expect. For decades, nursing in particular has been considered “women’s work,” in part because it’s assumed that women, more so than men, have a kind of innate capacity for caring and empathy. But men in nursing say this mindset is holding us back. For them, caring and empathy are stills that can be developed, not traits someone is worth with or without based on their gender.
Through this beautifully shot and cinematically hypnotic video, experience a kind-of nomadic life of the Sea trekker.
“We travel along the coastline for several days. All we need fits in our waterproof and floatable backpacks. We set out to explore nature and what we carry with us is reduced to a minimum. We dive deep into the ocean and swim along wild cliffs, discovering untouched beaches where we spend our nights under the clear sky.” – Bernhard Wache, Founder of Seatrekking.
It has been almost twelve years since Bernhard and a group of friends started developing a new sport they ended up naming SEATREKKING. It began with the simple idea of spending as much time as possible near and in the ocean.
As part of the new series, Monocle Films visits the architecture practice of Andreas Martin-Löf, which is reinventing residential housing in Stockholm. Andreas is trying to rebuild the housing crisis in Denmark through smart architectural design and rethinking the way people live.
Interview on 60 minutes with Amazon CEO in 1999 when the internet dotcom bubble burst dramatically. What they were saying about Amazon.com and Jeff Bezos.
If you have a fear of birds, look away, now.
Short film about “murmurations”: the mysterious flights of the Common Starling. It is still unknown how the thousands of birds are able to fly in such dense swarms without colliding. Every night the starlings gather at dusk to perform their stunning air show.
Because of the relatively warm winter of 2014/2015, the starlings stayed in the Netherlands instead of migrating southwards. This gave filmmaker Jan van IJken the opportunity to film one of the most spectacular and amazing natural phenomena on earth.
Blood Road follows the journey of athlete Rebecca Rusch and her Vietnamese riding partner, Huyen Nguyen, as they pedal 1,200 miles along the infamous Ho Chi Minh Trail. Their goal: to reach the site where Rebecca’s father, a U.S. Air Force pilot, was shot down in Laos more than 40 years earlier. During this voyage, the women push their bodies to the limit, while learning more about the historic ‘Blood Road’ and how the Vietnam War shaped their lives in different ways.