Portugal, England, Spain, Italy—Cristiano Ronaldo has always had big dreams. And sprint by sprint, goal by goal, he accomplishes them. (more…)
He-Man and Skeletor set aside their very deep and historic differences in order to wow a biker bar with their “so-money” dancing skills. And from the looks of it, when they work together these two former enemies can really put on a show.
GalaxyA has an awesome screen, an awesome camera, an awesome battery, an awesome screen, an awesome camera, and an awesome (more…)
Would you jump? Or would you chicken out?
Through an online advertisement, Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson found 67 people who had never been on a 10-meter (about 33 feet) diving tower before, and had never jumped from that high. We paid each of them the equivalent of about $30 to participate — which meant climbing up to the diving board and walking to its edge. We were as interested in the people who decided to climb back down as the ones jumping
Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson are documentary filmmakers based in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Bree Runway has dropped her fourth single of 2020, the retro-inspired ‘Little Nokia’.
The track clocks in at just over two minutes, but is an explosive affair from start to finish. It comes accompanied by a new music video, directed by Ali Kurr.
Come along on our fantastic voyage thanks to the magic of imagination (and a little help from Photoshop). While Adobe (more…)
Simon meets with Amy, one of the tens of thousands of homeless people living in L.A. Unlike others, Amy has chosen a particularly precarious place to settle: inside a train bridge.
Simon Reeve continues his journey through the Americas. In this second leg, Simon is in the United States travelling down the Rocky Mountains from Montana to Colorado. In the wide-open prairies of Montana, the cowboy way of life is under threat from a long-term decline in the rural economy, but Simon meets a former Silicon Valley executive who has envisaged a new future for the land. The hugely ambitious American Prairie Reserve is attempting to turn three million acres of former ranches, farms and public lands into a protected habitat for America’s wildlife, reintroducing iconic species long extinct, including the North American bison. It is a move being welcomed by native American groups still living under the shadow of historical injustice.
When Dan Price returned to his home state of Oregon in 1990 he was determined to avoid mortgages or rent (he and his family had just finished caretaking a mansion with a heating bill of $500/month). He found an unused meadow in Joseph, Oregon, and began renting it from his neighbors for $100/year (in exchange for cleaning downed trees and repairing fences).
His first underground structure was actually built to shelter his home/office, namely his copy machine, essential for publishing his zine “Moonlight Chronicles” which he started in 1992 (it was sponsored by Simple Shoes for a decade).
In his meadow paradise, Price now also has an underground “hobbit hole” style home, as well as, a composting toilet, a propane-powered shower (using river water), and a pinewood propane sauna. He’s not hooked up to city water (he discovered a spring on the property), but he’s hooked up to the grid and it’s been approved by the county and city.
What is lighting contrast ratio, high key and low key lighting in cinematography. Explained with a simple analogy.