Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) 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.
On April 4th 1943, a young woman finds herself on a train.
A decision she makes that day saves her life, but leaves a huge burden on her conscience.
Until, 20 years later, she meets a stranger, with a message for her.
The Dark Truth Behind White
Working with CNN I directed and animated an episode of Colorscope, a series exploring the secret truths behind colour.
NASA’s robotic spacecraft Juno is continuing on its 53-day, highly-elongated orbits around our Solar System’s largest planet. The featured video is from perijove 11, the eleventh time Juno has passed near Jupiter since it arrived in mid-2016. This time-lapse, color-enhanced movie covers about four hours and morphs between 36 JunoCam images. The video begins with Jupiter rising as Juno approaches from the north. As Juno reaches its closest view — from about 3,500 kilometers over Jupiter’s cloud tops — the spacecraft captures the great planet in tremendous detail. Juno passes light zones and dark belt of clouds that circle the planet, as well as numerous swirling circular storms, many of which are larger than hurricanes on Earth. After the perijove, Jupiter recedes into the distance, now displaying the unusual clouds that appear over Jupiter’s south. To get desired science data, Juno swoops so close to Jupiter that its instruments are exposed to very high levels of radiation.
Most red, blue, or purple flowers contain pigments called anthocyanins, whose colors are sensitive to pH (the acidity or basicity of an aqueous solution). As a result, when we immerse a blue flower into an acid or basic solution, its color is likely to change to red in acid condition, or to green or yellow in basic condition. In this film, to get the most dramatic effects, we immersed all flowers in saturated sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solutions and used macro lenses and a microscope to capture their glorious color transformations.
After surviving abduction, a young woman wakes up to find herself inside a wall with no knowledge of who her captor is.
A portrait of American recidivism produced over a span of two years, Revolving Doors follows Jason, who, despite attempts to retain meaningful employment, fails and returns to prison, devastating his family.
Pterosaurs were ancient flying reptiles that outlasted many of their dinosaur contemporaries, living through the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods. But while many were the size of modern-day birds, some were enormous. Meet „Dracula,“ the largest one ever found, who just went on display for the first time in the Altmuehltal Dinosaur Museum in Denkendorf, Germany.
A short film that shows what it feels like to become a father :)
After a failed date, Jake maintains a friendly connection with a part of Brooke that no one saw coming.
Brooke drags Traci to the local speed dating event. Tampa’s most eligible bachelors are less than desirable.
„Why be clever when you can be a c**t?“
A motion design collaboration between Laurence Honderick and The Dink (AKA Sam Humphries).
An aspiring improviser has his priorities in wild disarray.
Ein großer Spaß. Die Viecher sind schon ziemliche Macker.
Because watching people get chased and attacked by birds is hilarious, YouTuber DokuNaut has spent seven years documenting the swans’ reign of terror. He lives near the castle—called Schloss Ringenberg, situated on the Lower Rhine River in Germany—and watches the hellbirds assault old people, bridal parties, children and grown men.
No one, presently, sees the Moon rotate like this. That’s because the Earth’s moon is tidally locked to the Earth, showing us only one side. Given modern digital technology, however, combined with many detailed images returned by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), a high resolution virtual Moon rotation movie has been composed.
8328 is about an unexpected encounter between young Hugo and Raymond, to whom life has given few gifts… except a few wooden carvings.
Phil was born on Mars in 1949, and a whole part of the Earth population lives now on the red planet. He likes his way of life and is as happy as can be to share it with any audience, but like any other society made by humans, the life on this « new land » is far from being perfect.
A short story about a man who goes to a job interview and is successful in getting the job.
How well do you really know your co-workers?
Underneath the University of Arizona’s football stadium are the beginnings of the Giant Magellan Telescope, set to be the largest optical telescope in the world. The Richard F. Caris Mirror Laboratory is the only place equipped to manufacture gigantic 27-foot tall mirrors, the kind needed to build the heart of the Magellan. Each of the seven mirrors that will comprise the telescope weigh in at 17-tons and will produce images with 10 times the resolution of the Hubble Space Telescope, giving scientists an unprecedented look into the fringes of our universe.
Amber Mozo is a 22-year-old photographer born and raised on the North Shore of Oahu. As the daughter of legendary surf photographer Jon Mozo, a former fixture in the lineups along the famed North Shore, Amber was raised with a love for both the ocean and photography.
Jon Mozo passed away while shooting photos in the water at Pipeline — he was 33 years old. Amber was only 9. Soon after her father’s passing, Amber picked up a camera and her photographic journey began.
While photography has taken Amber all around the world, shooting some of the most beautiful known surf breaks, until this winter, she hadn’t yet swam out into the lineup that stole her father’s life — Pipeline. This winter, however, under the tutelage of fellow North Shore surf photographer, Zak Noyle, Amber swam into the Pipeline lineup for the very first time during the 2018 Volcom Pipe Pro.
Directors : Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Romain Segaud
Sarah Bauer, Jean-Pierre Becker, Dominique Bettenfeld, Urbain Cancelier, Clovis Cornillac, Lorànt Deutsch,
Jean-Claude Dreyfus, Albert Dupontel, Marina Fois, Youssef Hajdi, Irène Jacob, Mathieu Kassovitz, Jérôme Kircher,
Nicolas Marié, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Laure Marsac, Serge Merlin, Yolande Moreau, Chantal Neuwirth, Patrick Paroux,
Claude Perron, Ludovic Pinette, Dominique Pinon, Audrey Tautou, Florence Thomassin, Juliette Wiatr
On a cold, misty morning in late October 2017, after 11 previous attempts, Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds broke the standing speed record on The Nose (formerly held by Alex Honnold and Hans Florine) with an unbelievable new time of 2 hours, 19 minutes, and 44 seconds. Watching this as it happened was one of the more incredible spectacles I’ve ever witnessed; an amazing display of superhuman mastery unlike anything I’ve seen before…