Omote is a collaboration between Japanese artists Nobumichi Asai and Hiroto Kuwahara. The project combines projection mapping and motion tracking to stunning effect.
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Ruby is an animated self-portrait by British artist Emma Allen. It explores the idea of rebirth and illustrates the transfer of energy from one incarnation to another. Allen painted this stop frame animation on herself over five 17-hour days, using face paints, a mirror and a camera.
As I Am is a haunting and breathtakingly gorgeous meditation on life from the vantage point of a young man in one turbulent neighborhood in South Memphis.
Halloween is almost upon us and with it comes this little gem from Annette Jung of the Berlin-based animation studio Talking Animals. It’s the opening scene from Thriller, re-created as a Lego stop-motion short.
Escape From Tomorrow is a surreal and darkly comic film by Randy Moore, notable for having been shot guerilla-style inside Disney World without any prior knowledge or approval from the Walt Disney Company itself.
The Simpsons’ latest annual Treehouse of Horror aired yesterday and who better to usher it in than director Guillermo del Toro, who was invited to provide his take on the classic intro and “couch gag.”
Landfill Harmonic is an upcoming documentary about “The Recycled Orchestra,” a group of children from a Paraguayan slum who play instruments made entirely from garbage.
“Darren, a keen gambler, finds himself having to escort an unknown woman on the other side of Paris for a Mafioso. Struggling with the implications of his involvement in the affair, Darren is forced to reconsider his values.”
Ridley Scott’s 1982 dystopian masterpiece re- envisioned as a 16-bit video game à la the SNES classic Shadowrun.
The Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling discusses the challenges inherent to writing for TV, such as maintaining artistic integrity while producing work for the general market and the obligation artists have to address sensitive social issues.
Part 3 of our interview with Liz Nord, where we discuss Jerusalem Unfiltered and Battle for Jerusalem, two projects that explore contemporary Jerusalem through the eyes of local political, social and cultural leaders.
The Videographers Guide is a documentary series produced by The New Pop in partnership with HypeBeast.The series chronicles the efforts of young filmmakers to establish themselves, while also weaving in advice and insights gleaned from interviews with seasoned professionals.