I was already completely Inspired by Iceland but in his simply gorgeous ad spot, Abteen Bagheri hammers home that it’s truly the Isle of Awe Land. Now where’s my passport?
Few things are as bitter-sweet as those finally hours spent with the one you love who’ll soon be leaving. In the first part of fashion retailers Free People’s Roshambo series of shorts, Guy Aroch and Jonathan Doe direct Girls’ Christopher Abbott and model Sheila Marquez through a Brooklyn day of love and foreboding. If you’re [...]
Those fine That Go fellas sit Toronto’s Austra down for a beautifully direct and all the more enthralling for it promo for Home, the first track from their forthcoming album Olympia.
Where Monika Delgado and Mickey Todiwala’s post-apocalyptic mood piece Fragments left us with a feeling of uneasy tension, their latest collaboration DRIP will fill your mind full of colourful visual wonderment. Todiwala explains how the project came to be: “We wanted to create somewhat of an alien atmosphere by using macro shots so we chose [...]
It’s always a good time for bacon, except perhaps when things get steamy in bathroom as James M. Johnston illustrates in his comedic (and slightly NSFW) short Receive Bacon.
Launching the “One year. Seven pieces of Cinema” project to be released by director Ben Garchar through his NebCinematics Vimeo Channel, The Ascent tells the story of a man with no direction attempting to build himself up to completeness: “The original idea came from my own fascination with One World Trade Center and all that [...]
Inspiration has to come from somewhere and even international rock Gods have meatloaf dinners waiting for them at home. Brian Billow combines those two facts perfectly in his comedic take on the origin story of Kiss ballad Beth.
When D.C. band These United States set out on their six week tour that would see them play 33 shows in 33 cities with 33 different lineups, they asked director Jared Varava to come along and document their herculean adventure
As it’s less than a fortnight since I posted Eric Power’s Northern Bells music video, I figured I should go directly to the source to find out how things came together on his newest promo for Wiretree’s Get Up:
Ryan Staake pulls off a mightily impressive Domino Rally upgrade in his Rube Goldbergesque promo for A-Trak & Tommy Trash’s Tuna Melt. Of course you want to know how the hell they did it. Here’s the behind the scenes video: