Very impressive short film based on a great PS3 title. It’s gritty, well acted, and the “After Effects” are done quite nicely.
I’d love to see a “making of” on this short, I bet it would be very informative.
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Check out his work here! Amazing stuff!
It definitely had it’s struggles, but I dug CurrentTV for the most part. It brought the world something new, which was a non-”network” network. Most of the content was viewer-generated, initially that included the advertising as well which was really neat.
CurrentTV was a very socially oriented with lot’s of content from up and coming filmmakers, documentarians, producers, editors, writers, and actor, et al. Current signed Keith Olbermann to be the network’s star in 2011 but he and the network quickly butted heads and he was gone in less than a year.
This past election season the network showed a real understanding of social media by creating a hub out of their network and highlighting the online conversations during the debates and election night.
Al-Jazeera is owned by the government of Qatar and is not a privately held company. Their plan is to gradually transform CurrentTV into a rebranded “Al-Jazeera America” by adding several more offices in the United States than it has now.
All of this is decidedly different than the socially oriented content the CurrentTV is known for.
While it’s true that in recent years CurrentTV’s lineup had veered away from being primarily user generated and more politically oriented, it was still the only channel of it’s kind on television.
Why doesn’t there seem to be a user generated network vacuum? Oh yeah, there’s the Internet.
HOLY CRAP! THAT’S THE AMAZING BABE, ALISON BRIE, IN A VERY COOL CAPTAIN AMERICA UNIFORM.
Did the world end on the 21st? Is this reality? Have all of my geek fantasies come true? This image hits this itchy little soft spot in my guyness that begs for more! I would buy this comic, I would buy tickets to this movie, I would collect it all. I love the blood, sweat, and dirt that indicates she’s in the middle of kicking some serious villain ass!
All we need now are some other twists on classic Marvel characters. I’d dig a femme fatale Agent Zero!
What are your thoughts? Who would YOU twist up from the comic world?
I’ve ALWAYS dug the words and now we can all dig the visuals.
Thanks Order, for a stunningly elegant compliment to Dr. Sagan’s words!
Now go do something amazing for mankind!
Seriously…who shoots something like this?
Can you imagine being a writer or camera man on the production company Olivia and John hired?
At one point I had a seriously major crush on Olivia Newton John, but she’s not looking well with all that plastic surgery. While I’m at it, did you see Travolta’s hair? It looks like his hair has been sprayed on. Yech.
This is pretty awesome despite the sappy, “we are one,” dialog narrating the piece.
I’m a total sucker for lightning, auroras, and city lights from space and this video delivers the goods.
I’m still waiting for Santa to bring me a nice camera, then we’ll post our own time lapse work.
Supercuts have been around for a few years now, and are defined as:
Supercut videos (a.k.a pop culture megamixes) are video montages made of overused movie or TV platitudes. Very often, they are meant to highlight how certain hackneyed lines have lost all meaning due to their continuous employment by lazy screenwriters.
Conceptually it’s easy to create a supercut, I did it and I continue because it’s fun and a great way to hone editing skills.
A favorite character, car chases, heads exploding, that sort of thing. It’s more difficult to perform a study in angle, or a reaction and that’s what turns me on.
Check these out and share your favorites.
You can find decent video editors for free and good editors for under $100 bucks. The DVD ripping software I used was a freeware version of HandBrake.
You might ask, “Why don’t you use Blu-Ray discs? Don’t you want an HD clip?”
Sure, I’d LOVE to present HD clips, but Blu-Ray files are HUGE and all but the best editors handle DVD files much better. Also, Blu-Ray ripping software costs more, and for simple YouTube clips the resolution is fine.
So…what are YOUR favorites?