An oldy but a goody..
An oldy but a goody..
Official Lego ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Trailer
Pipe Plant graffiti transformation.. Архитектурно-дизайнерскую концепцию реконструкции фасадов и фирменный стиль ЭСПК “Железный Озон 32″…
I’m such a huge dork. i can’t even express how much I love these science + music video mashups featuring Carl Sagan :P If you dig this one, def check out the Sagan + Hawking Mashup (still my fav)
Just finished watching the “Newsweek Presents The Decade In Seven Minutes” video – loved it. Watch it here (on Laughing Squid).
Then @heideland sent me this cool tiltshift video – check it out:
The Star Wars Uncut site proclaims “You and 472 other people have the chance to recreate Star Wars: A New Hope!”. Yeah that’s right – sign up for your 15 seconds, film it & upload it back to the site to become part of the collective.. too cool.
Check out the trailer..
Cool video create by Raymond Salvatore Harmon features graffiti work by Banksy flashing over London scenes with the new Thom Yorke track ‘The Hollow Earth’ as background music…
One of my favorite TED talks speaks to the REMIX Manefesto culture and the distortion of copyright laws
I know it seems long but you don’t have to watch most of it – works just as well to let it be the background music to 20 minutes of surfing.. If nothing else (if you’re NOT interested in this topic) at least fast forward to 9min and 30 sec and watch a seriously funny 2 minutes of (illegal) remix entertainment ;)
Cool animation video made by a fan for Grizzly Bear’s single, Two Weeks. Catch Grizzly Bear live @ First Ave on September 30th
Lemonade, a new film about the 70,000+ advertising professionals who have lost their jobs in “The Great Recession” so far, explores what happens when people who once made a living as “creatives” in advertising are forced to make a life creatively.
once again The Soap Factory is giving us something cool to do after the St Anthony fireworks this 4th of July.. their (5th) Annual TEN SECOND FILM FESTIVAL :)
where: soap factory / 110 5th Ave SE Minneapolis
when: right after the St. Anthony Main Fireworks
Chan-wook Park’s vampire thriller “Thirst” is coming to minneapolis (and probably a theater near you non-minneapolis dwellers, as well)
but the controversy over Korea’s censorship of the “priest turns vampire after failed medical experiment (?!)” film trailers & press images is overshadowing the film itself.. see the different trailer versions and learn more about the censorship here
thirst will open at the lagoon theater on september 4th, 2009
this friday, At the Kickoff Event, each team will draw the genre for its film out of a hat (plus a character, prop and line of dialogue will be announced and must appear in each film).. teams then have 48 hours to make a cool film.
screenings June 16-17-18 and 22 @ the riverview | 7pm & 9pm ($8)
contact kadlac if you’re interested in being an actor in the film (though i must warn you – the guy’s a total dick) edit** i’m kidding people.. settle down. damn.
if you’re looking for something fun to do tonight, check out Dearling Physique, Lookbook and To Kill A Petty Bourgeoisie @ intermedia arts
“An immersive evening of performance, where the music of three Minneapolis based bands will be elevated through collaborations combining lights, video, actors and specially constructed art pieces. Featuring Dearling Physique, Lookbook and To Kill A Petty Bourgeoisie.”
and happy birthday mr bolyard :)
take-up productions & Sound Unseen are bringing minneapolis a great opportunity to view the controversial and award winning sxsw hit, RIP: A Remix Manifesto [click to view the film trailer] on the big screen..
In RiP: A remix manifesto, Web activist and filmmaker Brett Gaylor explores issues of copyright in the information age, mashing up the media landscape of the 20th century and shattering the wall between users and producers.
to boot – the film will be screened in minneapolis’ newest cool film venue – the Trylon screening room… “The Trylon is a small experimental cinema, and is equiped for both digital cinema and 35mm film presentations.”
when: Thursday May 28 at 8pm
where: The Trylon screening room (3258 Minnehaha Ave)
Tickets: $5 (or punch card) – since the theater only seats 60, best get your tickets now
ok mcdonough is pretty pompous (and his nose whistles throughout the entire presentation) but also insanely bright – this is great sustainable design presentation
if you can’t handle mcdonough fo 20 minutes – or you’re short on time – skip to the last 1/4 of the video and at least watch the part about the “green” cities they’re building in china..