Category Archives: Film

Cicada Princess

Cicada Princess is a short film based on a children’s book by the same title, both written and produced by Mauricio Baiocchi (Mauchi) with illustrations and character designs by Steve Ferrera. I love how the Mauricio Baiocchi is drumming up funding for his project. After watching this video and seeing how passionate he is about [...]

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This digital short may have frighten those with arachnophobia, but the less faint of heart will enjoy the eerily beautiful visuals enhanced by a stunning audio track. I suspect this is what the future of film-making looks like. Stay tuned for more by Polynoid.

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Why do you do what you do?

Great exploration by Brooklyn artist, Bill Kennedy

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The Art of the Flight

Not your average snowboarding film, ‘The Art of the Flight,’ features some awesome photography of top boarders in extreme landscapes around the globe, brought to us by the producers of “That’s It, That’s All”. The soundtrack is perfectly matched and makes the overall effect absolutely mesmerizing. Can’t wait for this film to come out in [...]

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Love this video produced for a short film competition “kurzundschön” (Short & Nice).

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Riding Scotland

In this film, we follow Danny MacAskill as he goes on an incredible adventure across Scotland. Footage captured along the way led to the creation of this gorgeous film. I love the unique way these extreme tricks were captured. Also, its unlikely soundtrack assists in contributing to the film’s mesmerizing quality. Enjoy!

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We all want to be young

This short documentary provides the results of recently consumer trend research on Generation Y conducted by BOX1824. It is interesting to see how our generation has come to be defined and valued by society and markerters alike. I also appreciate the footage used in this film, which includes recent clips of some of my favorite [...]

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The Dreamers

This film by Bertolucci is a work of art. The puritan American in me normally shies away from NC-17 films, but the twisted relationships in this film are captured so artistically that it leaves the viewer captivated rather than appalled. The story about a young American studying in Paris is cliche by itself, but Bertolucci‘s [...]

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This short documentary called “Influencers: How Trends & Creativity Become Contagious,” is a well-produced look into what defines an ‘influencer’ and how their influence can lead to cultural movements. A lot of the ideas are borrowed from literature related to social media, such as Malcolm Gladwell’s The Tipping Point or Amy Shuen’s Web Strategy 2.0, [...]

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Kanye West’s short film ‘Runaway‘  features the story of a Phoenix who falls to earth, falls in love, then returns to the sky. While the narrative is disjointed, and the images at times a bit perplexing (e.g. the Michael Jackson float being led by a marching band), in the end what West delivers is nothing [...]

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Now and Then

Four months of work, 5000×1200 resolution, 2x Christie 18K HD projectors bring us this amazing video by, and It features a video-mapping show projected by against the face of the famous Astronomical Clock in Prague, as part of city’s celebration of the clock’s 600th anniversary. Upon its creation in medieval times, [...]

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The Radiant Child

The Arts Arena fall program boasts a schedule packed with amazing events, but of all of them, I am most looking forward to the European premiere and screening of the documentary “Jean-Marie Basquiat: The Radiant Child,” at Door Studios on October 13. This film, made by Basquiat’s friend Tamra Davis, features never-before seen footage of [...]

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Tron 2 Theme by DP Remix

Love to my friends at for bringing us an early glimpse at the magic that will be Daft Punk’s Tron 2: Legacy score. Tron Legacy DJ DLG Lazor Legacy Mix 1 Check out all versions at

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Cinema en Plein Air

The Paris open air cinema will return for its 20th run, from July 17 to August 22 in the Prairie du Triangle in Parc Vilette. Enjoy watching the stars, under the stars and treat yourself to films by European greats such as  François Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Ken Loach, Maurice Pialat, Leos Carax, Abdellatif Kechiche, and [...]

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What is love? Leave to to Jean-Luc Godard to answer…

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