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Movie Monday: Breath Again

Well this is disturbing and odd. Thoughtful? Maybe. Interesting? I’d say so.

Background about the project HERE.

Dan Deacon “When I Was Done Dying” (DDWIWDD)

Dan Deacon "When I Was Done Dying" (DDWIWDD) for Off The Air on Adult Swim from dave hughes on Vimeo.

This nuts. Super well done.

From HERE:

Tapping nine unique and talented animators (whose work had all appeared previously on the show) to create a beautiful and seamless journey through the afterlife to the great song “When I Was Done Dying” by Dan Deacon.

Short interviews with Dan and the animators can be found here:

And please check out other episodes of Off The Air here:
Or stream it here:

Animators in order of appearance:
Jake Fried, Chad Vangaalen, Dimitri Stankowicz, Colin White, Taras Hrabowsky, Anthony Schepperd, Masanobu Hiraoka, Caleb Wood, KOKOFreakbean

One of Two Pocket Sharks. Ever.

Pocket Shark
Only two have ever been seen. This is super cool. We know nothing about our world.

Rules of the Road(runner)

Chuck Jones' rules for the Road Runner and Coyote

Chuck Jones’ rules for the Road Runner and Coyote

Great little piece about creating a firm foundation that is also open to growth HERE.

Via @AmosPosner

The Future of the News Business: Marc Andreessen

I don’t agree with all of this, but there’s a lot to think about. A couple statements made the gears in my head grind in a different way, which is a good thing.

Read it HERE.

Movie Mondays: Chronemics

Visually and spatially very clever:

Chronemics from Animade on Vimeo.

Reminds me of Spy vs Spy in a playful way. But I can’t help wonder if this tension – everything being a battle – isn’t a projected, human trait?

I hope that on higher levels, there is balance between “others” – not always conflict.

Movie Mondays: We Go Forward

Wow. It is all about the story. I mean, style is a huge vehicle to move it forward, but wow. Story and metaphor.
This is amazing.

Movie Mondays: Seagull Skytrails from Parker Paul

I LOVE this:

Seagull Skytrails from Parker Paul on Vimeo.

So many ideas come to mind. Perspectives on time and space and imperceptible trails we leave behind…

Every Frame a Painting – The Bad Sleep Well

This is an amazing lesson in framing and composition. Hitchcock’s quote is classic but never gets old.

The Bad Sleep Well (1960) – The Geometry of a Scene from Tony Zhou on Vimeo.

John Lee Hooker, live 1970

This is amazing.