Living With Jaguars is a 360° film documenting wild jaguars in Brazil. Part documentary and part immersive game, Living With
Jaguars explores historical and current tensions in a rural region where jaguars prey on ranchers’ cattle and ranchers kill them in retaliation. Now, ranchers and jaguars must find new ways to co-exist – or risk the future of a species under threat.
Motorized Precision. Bleeding edge dope tech at its finest.
Things get awkward when Will meets Sophia the Robot for an intimate conversation in the Cayman Islands. SUBSCRIBE: (more…)
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Tokyo is a fascinating place that is incredibly strong in it’s culture, old in its traditions and teeming with life. For a long time I’ve wanted to create a video there and recently we were lucky enough to have that chance. The following is my 24 hours in Tokyo.
This video would not have been possible without the relentless help of the people below.
Shot by Jack Harries and Tim Kellner
Edit by Adrian Bliss, Josh Cowan and Jack Harries
Sound by Adrian Bliss
Colour Grading by Greg McCahon
Head rig worn by Tim Shieff
Music: ‘She’ by Chad Lawson as courtesy of The Music Bed
Titles by Albin Holmqvist
A Hitchcock mashup where Kubrick is the villain.
“Jimmy was having a rather beautiful day until he bumped into Jack and things got weird.”
Directed by: Adrien Dezalay, Emmanuel Delabaere, Simon Philippe.
In January he took a road trip through Europe visiting mountains, frozen lakes and steam trains in the forest.
Music by Max Brodie: maxbrodie.co.uk
Hornbach is a German DIY-store chain offering home improvement and do-it-yourself goods and more recently they have been producing ads that leave you at times a little ‘Whaaaat thafuck!?’
Hourglass – Part 2: Present is the second chapter of a film series commissioned by adidas Originals to accompany an (more…)
adidas Originals is proud to reveal the next stage in its collaboration with Daniel Arsham – ‘Hourglass’, a short film (more…)
Great to see Apple continuing to push the creative boundaries. Unlock with a look. Face ID on iPhone X.