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Emilie Nicolas "Grown Up"

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Old home movie footage adds nostalgic visuals to a haunting track

André Chocron's video for "Grown Up," a haunting track from Norwegian up-and-comer Emilie Nicolas, is a perfect example of the music video magic that can be pulled off with found footage. Made entirely using 8mm footage from Nicolas's childhood holidays, the grainy, light-washed visuals add a nostalgic element to the 25-year-old Norwegian singer's haunting, melancholic voice. A......read more

Love Japan

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David Parkinson's video captures the unique allure of the Land of the Rising Sun

It's hard to describe the intoxicating thrill that comes with a visit to Japan. Luckily we don't have to, thanks to Australian filmmaker David Parkinson, who recently visited the country with his girlfriend and put together this gorgeous, evocative video documenting their trip. Set to Message To Bears’ plodding remix of Bon Iver’s "Holocene," Parkinson takes us on an intimate......read more

Marie Louise "Happiness Has A Hole"

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CG dreamscape by the multitalented Michael Fragstein

Here is some next-level 3D animation to set your weekend off on the right note. The CG piece, created by Michael Fragstein of Büro Achter April studio in Stuttgart, combines playful whimsy with minimal austerity in a surreal, dreamy animation that surprises at every turn. The song you hear is the solo piano version of Marie Louise's "Happiness Has A Hole"-- a digital bonus......read more

Escape from Bigfoot Country

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Watch the second instalment of Trevor Gordon's surf journey in Cascadia

A few weeks ago, we shared the story of Trevor Gordon and his homemade truck-bed camper, which acted as his mobile home as he travelled north from Carpinteria, California in search of Pacific Northwestern waves. In chapter two, Gordon comes face to face with Bigfoot, that mythical beast of misty forests, and manages to paddle into a bunch of pristine peelers and catch a few fish before......read more

Sustenance

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Matt Kleiner's black-and-white surf short captures the mystique of the sport

CA-based filmmaker Matt Kleiner assembled this mystical little short using extra footage from Way of the Ocean, a surf film shot up, down and around the coast of Oz as an exploration of man's relationship with the sea.  Whether you're completely unfamiliar with the sensation of a board under your bare feet or lucky enough to have a "home break," you can't help but wonder......read more

Watch Bryan Nash Gill in Action

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Months before his unexpected passing, videographer Philip Leaman captured the 'Woodcuts' artist at his Connectitut studio

Bryan Nash Gill's art star was on the rise when he passed away suddenly in May at his Connecticut studio. Bryan's large scale relief prints, which he made using crosscut portions of reclaimed wood, reveal the sublime natural history locked away within arboreal rings. This video, produced seven months before his untimely passing, is a poignant and moving portrait of a great artist whose work......read more

Tumultuous Traffic in Ho Chi Minh City

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This time-lapse clip from Rob Whitworth captures ordered chaos in Vietnam's largest city

We habitants of Los Angeles might think we know a thing or two about traffic, but as this clip shows, we don't have nothin' on Ho Chi Minh City. During his travels in Southeast Asia, UK photographer Rob Whitworth shot over 10,000 photos of traffic weaving through the streets and waterways of Vietnam's largest city, where urban congestion is taken to a whole other level. The result is an......read more

2012. 366 Days. 366 Seconds.

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Filmmaker Jonathan Britnell captures one second a day for the entire year

It is a rare scenario when new year's resolutions last for a whole year. Hell, we're barely a week into 2013 and mine are already in the toilet. That's what makes this Jonathan Britnell-directed video, spotted on Booooooom, so impressive. In 2012, looking to add a dose of creativity to his daily routine, Britnell resolved to shoot one second of footage every single day of the year. Shot by a......read more

Cityscape Chicago

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Stunning time-lapse cinematography starring the Windy City

It's been a while since we featured a time-lapse video in our Watch section, and this one is as good as they get. "Cityscape Chicago," shot by 22-year-old photographer Eric Hines, takes as its subject one of the most photogenic cities in the world. "The inspiration of this piece was my fascination with the city of Chicago, particularly at night," writes Hines. "For me, there has always been......read more

Efterklang, "Hollow Mountain"

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New Efterklang vid features grainy landscape photography overlaid with geometric ciphers

Danish experimental folk outfit Efterklang returns with a new video for the opening track off of Piramida, their fourth studio album due in September on 4AD. Directed by Oodls (creative duo Jakob Steen and Christoffer Frandsen), the clip for "Hollow Mountain" is appropriately expansive, exploring sweeping natural landscapes via a series of photographs that hang from the beams of a......read more

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