When was the last time you actually tried to seek out a particular pop-up add? Most of us would answer “never” to that question. However while surfing the net one day, this pop-up ad blaring a dance song and video performed by some provocatively clad young women appeared on my screen. I watched it for maybe 10 seconds before I clicked out of it. Later, a delayed reaction triggered the facial recognition system in my brain. It was telling me that I had seen or possibly knew someone in the video I had seen earlier that day. Purely out of curiosity, I retraced my internet steps from the previous day and sure enough, the same pop-up page with the girls and the video appeared. I discovered that the five-member groups’ name is The Ex-Girlfriends (XGF). Upon closer examination I realized that I didn’t personally know the face that caught my attention, but I had in fact seen her before. Read More
This animated video and original music was created to raise awareness about practicing safety around railroad crossings and train tracks. I’m sure the creators had no idea that the cute little characters and catchy song would achieve intertet viral status. Dumb Ways To Die has reached 28 million views and counting at the time of this posting.
When I first watched this video, I had no idea that it was intended as a public service announcement of sorts. The suggestions about railroad safety are alluded to at the very end of the segment. In any event, this video is morbidly funny and entertaining to watch.
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The Veteran (2011 Movie) is a UK product about a troubled British Afghan war veteran who has returned home to face bleak surroundings and dismal prospects for the future. Throw in a healthy serving of anti-terroism espionage along with a smattering of drug-dealing gang thuggery and you have the recipe for 98 minutes of pretty good cinematic entertainment. Read More
The Boombox Project is an insightful and significant film about the cultural impact and influence of the iconic boombox.
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Relax and enjoy the beautiful Puerto Rican landscape which plays host to this tasteful creation by Miss Reef Bikini.
In creating the Miss Reef Bikini 2012 Calendar, photographers Nicholas Routzen and Emiliano Gatica were tasked with capturing the sensuality of the Miss reef and the true essence of Puerto Rico. Latin beauties mingling in exotic locations like Isabela, Aguadilla, Rincon, the waterfalls at San Sebastian, the caves in Arecibo and Viejo San Juan created an awe- inspiring backdrop to create some truly memorable imagery. Read More
Proof that creative inspiration can be found anywhere is evident in this entertaining short film by Diego Stocco. Here he takes his laptop and some microphones into a dry cleaners and bangs out a musical composition using only the bulky dry-cleaning equipment as instruments.
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When was a kid, my dad once told me “there was nothing new under the sun”. It took me a few years of growth and maturity to truly appreciate the meaning, magnitude and wisdom of this statement. Read More
A new angle on Occupy Wall Street reveals the strong micro community that has formed there. Read More
The Jaguar C-X75 by dunhill is a superb example of short-film making that shows us the car-maker’s illustrious past and shares with us a glimpse of their promising and exciting future. Read More
Ryan Doyle amazes us with his astonishing feats of athleticism in the emerging art of Parkour or free-running. Exotic Mardin, Turkey is the backdrop for this beautifully shot and edited piece. Read More