Author Archives: jabinante

Sloof’s Supershop

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A short animated film by Ryan Mauskopf a.k.a. Professor Soap.

(Previously, 2 3 4)

Trailer for The Zero Theorem

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Terry Gilliam’s latest. Starring Christoph Waltz.

Danger: Humans

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“A message from the Interstellar Safety Council.”

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Music Video for Jim Guthrie’s Proof of Nothing

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Directed by C. Andrew Rohrmann a.k.a scntfc. Made with photographs he took at Lake Serene and Mount Index in Washington.

City Lights

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The third and final time-lapse in the Trilogy of light by Colin Rich. (Previously, Part1: LA Light, and Part 2: Nightfall).

The Ox

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A portrait by Ben Proudfoot of Master Woodworker Eric Hollenbeck.

Hell of a guy, hell of a story.

Trailer for The Soniferous Æther

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A trailer for a film installation by Charles Stankievech. He went to the northernmost permanently inhabited place on earth: The ALERT Signals Intelligence Station, ~500 miles south of the North Pole.

There’s more of the story and a gallery at Wired.

The Elephant’s Garden

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A short animated film by Felix Colgrave.

THE VOID

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An audiovisual installation by TUNDRA in St. Petersburg.

Void is an attempt to visualize the idea of emptiness. Emptiness here is regarded not as an absence of everything, but as an initial state when anything can appear. To see how dark room turns into the Big Bang epicenter a visitor should become “empty”. Every move and sound captured by sensitive equipment stops the 360 degrees audiovisual flow around. “Void” is a social experiment to see how long today people can stay totally calm.

Man would I love to see this in person.