Tag: documentary

  • Press Reset: The Story of Polygon

    Not a lot of web-based companies document events leading up to a historic site launch. I’m glad that Polygon did. I can totally relate… Here is their story.

  • Tokyo Rising

    Led by Pharrell Williams, the film Tokyo Rising documents the capital of Japan’s innovative and unique approach to culture and the resilience it has shown since the devastating earthquake which took place in March 2011. Life + Times Tokyo Rising [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAA74D2B5F33A84A2[/youtube]

  • Keep Remixing! It’s The Future.

    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. Watch “RiP! A Remix Manifesto” here on Hulu. PS. If you haven’t yet, download Girl Talk’s All Day here for FREE!

  • The Sandpit

    In the spirit of my Small Worlds post, here’s a short by Sam O’Hare entitled, The Sandpit. “A day in the life of New York City, in miniature. ” [vimeo]9679622[/vimeo] Do note that for the best effect, you should see this piece in HD and full screen. PS. If you are interested for a description…

  • Keith Loutit’s Small Worlds

    Keith Loutit is known for his Bathtub series of short films, that present Sydney and its surrounds in miniature. Loutit’s scaled down, and sped up realities challenge people’s perceptions of scale, helping them to distance themselves from places they know well. Here is a preview of what’s to come. [vimeo]10792824[/vimeo]