Thursday, January 19, 2017

Time Lapse of the Voyageurs National Park

The short "Voyageurs" by filmmakers Will Pattiz and Jim Pattiz shows the incredible nature found in the Voyageurs National Park, a short that was selected for National Geographic's Short Film Showcase series.


In the northernmost tip of Minnesota, Voyageurs National Park is a watery wonderland of pristine lakes, big fish, and incredible night skies. With a third of its area covered by lakes, the park is named for the fur-trading French Canadian voyageurs who paddled birchbark canoes in the 18th and 19th centuries. In this hypnotizing time-lapse, filmmakers Will Pattiz and Jim Pattiz capture the dancing northern lights and scenic beauty of Voyageurs National Park.


Filmora.io: Newly Released Community for the Film Editor Filmora

Wondershare has now released a community for their video editor Filmora called filmora.io. The community will include helpful tips and tricks for your videos and marketing, along with a forum and lots more.


Read More: Review of Filmora Video Editor: A Real Powerhouse with a Very Modest Price Tag


Here is a small taste from the community – how to create a time lapse with Filmora:


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Listen to the Soundtrack of 'Four Brothers' (2005)

The film "Four Brothers" (2005) that stars Mark Wahlberg, Tyrese Gibson, André 3000 and Garrett Hedlund, has an excellent soundtrack that combines Motown-classics and instrumental tracks by David Arnold.


Haven't listened to this soundtrack for awhile, I put it on this morning and enjoyed the music through our newly purchased Geneva Sound System, a delight for the ears.


Listen to the album on Spotify. The score by Arnold do you find here.

Watch the film's trailer:


The Short 'The Problem of the Wilderness' Captures the Beauty of Alaska

The short "The Problem of the Wilderness" documents Tom Welsh's and his friend's journey through Alaska, a journey that began in Anchorage.



Via Sploid.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Baby Wants to Be Hugged by Dad and Won't Take No for an Answer

What a lovely footage – this baby wants to be hugged by her dad and she won't take no for an answer.


Saturday, January 14, 2017

An Interactive Companion to the Financial Documentary 'The Forecaster' (2014)


The exciting financial documentary "The Forecaster" (2014) has now gotten itself a nice interactive companion and extension in the style of a newspaper.


The Euro crisis, out of control government debt, popping real estate bubble, military conflicts – and one man who predicted it all. The documentary The Forecaster tells the story of Martin Armstrong, whose predictions in the 1980s shook entire economies. When he refused to manipulate the markets, Armstrong became the subject of an unprecedented miscarriage of justice.


The Forecaster Interactive is the online companion to the movie. With exclusive videos, interviews, original documents, and curated news articles, you can dive into the world of Martin Armstrong. Is he a con man or a genius? Using the evidence and source materials in the timeline, you can check Armstrong’s statements and decide for yourself. Are his forecasts right? Use the menu to jump to key moments in the film and the filters to search for specific information and explanations.

Photographer Ed Freeman's Desert and American West Inspired Photo Series

Photographer and musician Ed Freeman's photo series "Desert Realty" is made up by digitally enhanced photographs of buildings in the small towns and deserts of Southern California.






Freeman's photo series "Western Realty" is an extension of this work and consists of digitally enhanced photographs of buildings across the western United States.






H/t Miss Moss.

Friday, January 13, 2017

Our Four Seasons Presented by Amazing Macro Footage

In the short "Seasons – In a Small World" from the team behind Beauty of Science, the four seasons in our human world are presented by the use of microscope/macro footage. I have to watch this on a larger screen later on!



Via Holy Kaw.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

'Erasing David' (2010): The Documentary That Deals with Intrusive Surveillance


The documentary "Erasing David" (2010) reveals how much detailed information the English government and private companies have access to regarding their citizens.


David Bond lives in one of the most intrusive surveillance states in the world. He decides to find out how much private companies and the government know about him by putting himself under surveillance and attempting to disappear, a decision that changes his life forever. Leaving his pregnant wife and young child behind, he is tracked across the database state on a chilling journey that forces him to contemplate the meaning of privacy and the loss of it.


Watch the full documentary:


A New Season of 'SAS: Who Dares Wins': The Jungle Edition

Channel 4's critically acclaimed TV series "SAS: Who Dares Wins", in which former Special Forces soldiers put contestants through a recreated SAS selection process, is back for a second season. This time, the recruits find themselves in the Ecuadorian jungle.


I enjoyed the first season and have just started to watch the second one on Swedish Television.


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