French director and photographer Romain Laurent turns imagery from still and video shoots into animated GIFs where only an isolated section is in motion.
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Check out this awesome new film from artist Andrew B. Myers simply described as ‘sketchbook ambience’. Enjoy 🙂
A highly sensual, contemporary, and unbridled short film directed by photographer and director Barnaby Roper, ‘Scratch-N-Sniff’ oscillates between obvious erotic symbols, innuendo and psychedelic sequences. Superb photographic and film production values at work here. Love it! 🙂
Quentin Tarantino: Editor, filmmaker and self-confessed cinephile Jacob T. Swinney just created an awesome montage comparing the visual references of Quentin Tarantino with the original films including scenes from Psycho, Citizen Kane, Miller’s Crossing, Django, Metropolis and many more. Quentin Tarantino is a true movie lover and does not hesitate to pay tribute to scenes, actors, and directors in his own films, replicating exact moments from a variety of genres and smashing them together to create his own distinct vision. This video is so cool and it’s great to finally know the exact film some of Tarantino’s most memorable scenes are referencing – enjoy! 🙂
David Lynch: In 1968, director David Lynch created the short film ‘The Alphabet’, a bizarre and slightly terrifying recitation of the ABCs that seems to invoke and reflect an extreme fear of learning. This work is very interesting and helps reiterate David Lynch as a true artist in every sense. Definitely worth a watch.