Immer am Wochenende (manchmal auch mit leichter Verspätung) 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.
If you don’t fancy sports, dance lessons or reading groups, there may be a place for you yet. Introducing: The Dull Men’s Club—a global group where embracing “boring” hobbies is celebrated. But what exactly constitutes dullness? As the club’s founder Grover Click tells us, members have been known to collect milk bottles, take photos of roundabouts, follow brown street signs and seek out village water pumps. This club does *not* spice things up.
Reflection in photography is one of the most inseparable tool of the creator, disrupting the reality to create his own world. We screen how these reflections work in video and, more interesting, in motion.
There is no effect used, only camera movements together with stabilization techniques. The film has been shot in Hong Kong.
Inspired by the Theory of Relativity from Albert Einstein, this is a visual essay about perception and knowledge as reflection of our reality. Mass curves space and time, while the observer has his own perspective.
In September 1986, the city of Cleveland attempted to set a special record: the simultaneous launch of 1.5 million balloons. But fate intervened, and the result was both crazier and more tragic than anyone could have imagined.
This is the story of an idea, how it appears, how we try to shape it, how it evolves, changes and blossoms into something grand, with a fate of its own.
This film was created for the opening of the annual Google I/O conference in may 2017.