Supercut: Intense Eyes Looking At The Camera In Famous Movie Scenes

Video: A person’s eyes can express so much. That’s why directors hone in on them in crucial scenes of movies. That’s why you can just see the eyes of a great actor and immediately know what movie you’re watching. That’s why this supercut about eyes is so fun to watch, it’s just famous scene after famous scene.


In The Boxtrolls, 3D Printing Makes Stop Motion Animation Look Magical

The Boxtrolls takes you into a beautiful bright Dickensian world where cheese means status and box-clad trolls are at the bottom of society. It’s the biggest stop motion production ever and it would have been impossible a few years ago. But the creators of the film took a 75-year-old technique and introduced a whole new set of modern tools. The result is pretty magical.


The Only iPhone 6 Unboxing Video You'll Actually Want To See

Video: What is it with unboxing videos? At best, they’re poorly-focused movies of disembodied hands fumbling with packaging. At worst, they’re a platform for some jerk to brag about his new gadget. Trust me — this is the only iPhone 6 unboxing video that won’t make you retch.


Meet The Man Who Designed Ghostbusters' Most Iconic Props In Two Weeks

If you’re spending millions of dollars to make a movie, it seems like it would only make sense to make sure everything is ready for day one of filming, right?. Apparently Hollywood doesn’t work that way, because as the designer of Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters reveals in this fun interview, they only started building the now iconic props two weeks before filming began.


Cool Retro Soul Music Video Is Worthy Of Its Own James Bond Movie

Video: Jazz singer Kellylee Evans has a great new video directed by Julien & Quentin for her song My Name Is, from the album I Remember When. Retro soul at its best with visuals to match. Worth of a James Bond movie. Or perhaps Peter Sellers.


Beautiful Music Video Makes Me Want To Live In Eternal Summer Love

Video: I like all seasons but it’s summer, which will end with the September equinox next week, the one that always gave me the most happiness. This video by Zack Spiger for The Dove & the Wolf is about that. It feels like summer love — intense, fleeting, careless, lazy, eternal and spotless forever set in your mind.


Short Film: Practice Is Important, But It's OK If You Miss A Few

Video: A great short shot by Fantavious Fritz in Brooklyn, New York, using 35mm film. Mixed with footage from the 2000 IMAX film Michael Jordan To The Max, it uses an edited version of Allen Iverson’s famous practice rant as the soundtrack.


Short Film: The Transformation And Tribulations Of A Woman Through Life

Video: This is great. Celia Bullwinkel made Sidewalk, an animation that shows a little girl become a woman while walking on the sidewalk and all that it entails. There’s a perfect amount of awkwardness and embarrassment, annoyance at rude gawkers, and a whole lot of hard work.


The Epic Slow Motion Shots Of Zack Snyder's Movies

When I first saw 300, it felt like I was using my eyes for the very first time. The stunning visuals made it feel epic. And though I may not feel the same about other Zack Snyder movies, I still enjoy watching them because if you use enough slow motion like he does, you can trick me into thinking something is epic.


This Is How Natural-Born Filmmakers Come To Life

Video: Some people say great movie directors come to this world with a camera on their hands. Add hard work to their natural-born visual storytelling skills and they become genius filmmakers. But talent is something you are born with. This fantastic ad shows how that happens.


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