Immer samstags (oder auch mal später) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.
This short film takes viewers to the shores of Sable Island, a small strip of land less than a mile-wide whose only full-time inhabitants are wild horses; no human attempts at colonization have ever succeeded. Director & Photographer Drew Doggett examines Sable through its never-ending cycles of birth and rebirth, with a narrator who is anonymously-enmeshed within the island as its pervasive voice. Drew partnered with Christopher Ward, a multi-platinum, Oscar, and Grammy-winning composer to create an original score for the film, as well as Director of Photography Benny Nicks, whose celebrated work has been shown at the Tribeca Film Festival.
We have a thing with tunnels. The underground of London is one of the most impressive infrastructures of the world. It’s a network that transports millions of people every day. Some call it hell. We see beauty.
The infinite tunnels pull us in with their symmetry. The ceiling lights guide our eyes to the horizon. The tiles and posters form patterns that please the eye. The echoes of rushing crowds, a flickering light, a train zooming by.
We’ve spent days in the underground looking for the most eye-catching tunnels and made this supercut, capturing the beautiful symmetry underneath the city surface.
Und was macht dich so an? Kann man ja mal fragen…
Das ist schon ziemlich geil.
Da ist so einiges kaputt.
For the past 20 years, ex-Army Ranger and “killology” expert Dave Grossman has been traveling across the US to train police officers on his philosophy of killing. Footage from one of Grossman’s seminars is juxtaposed with stark images of police brutality—including the shooting of Philando Castile by a Minnesota police officer.
One day I woke up and I saw everything in perspective…