Trek through Alaska to explore how dinosaurs once thrived in polar regions. Aired July 27, 2011 on PBS.
This short film by Joe Tunmer is a unique musical-of-sorts in which a domestic argument is lip-synched to the sounds of a jazz cornet. From BBC Film Network.
In this viral video for Prometheus we witness the birth of David (Michael Fassbender), the very first android.
http:www.ted.com Drew Curtis, the founder of fark.com, tells the story of how he fought a lawsuit from a company that had a patent, "...for the creation and distribution of news releases via email." Along the way he shares some nutty statistics about the growing legal problem of frivolous patents.
Europe wants green energy and low-priced fat. To meet these demands, international conglomerates build oil palm plantations as far as the eye can see -- and cut down the rainforest in exchange. Sustainability certificates and eco-labels are meant to set the consumers' minds at ease. However, this documentary from Indonesia shows that sustainability does not exist: Wilmar International, the world's biggest palm oil supplier, clear-cuts the Indonesian rainforest without legal permits, contaminates rivers and lakes and uses force to drive people off their homesteads -- all this in the face of sustainability certificates.
Glastonbury Festival. 07-26-09. A cover of the Beatles tune.
34 tracks from some of the most famous video games in one fluid rock medley! I'm honestly very happy with how this one turned out, and I hope that you will like it too! It doesn't have vocals and very little acoustic guitar though, so I know that some will be disappointed, but, can't please everyone!
Along with Summer, comes every family's worst nightmare.
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, 2010. This is the vocal cut - check out coachella.com for the original. Please view in HD and full screen for best effect. I talk a little more about the project here: bit.ly/d5d4yk
Original music by Human (humanworldwide.com)
Composer: Matthew O'Malley
Lead Vocal: Alexx Calise
Music Producer/CD: Mike Jurasits
EP: Marc Altshuler
I am represented by Aero Film for commercial work: aerofilm.tv/home
Film/CG: oovfx.com Photography: pixelpollen.com
Short film written and Directed by Liam Gavin.
SCREENINGS & AWARDS
*Grand Jury Prize: Yasujiro Ozu International Short Film Festival* - Yasujiro Ozu International Short Film Festival, Italy, November 2010
Curtiocircuito Short Film Festival, Spain, September 2010
One Country, One Film, Apchat, France, August 2010
Arcipelago Film Festival, Rome, Italy, July 2010
Dingle International Film Festival, March 2010
Corona Cork International Film Festival, October 2009
and many others...
A man deals with loneliness in an unusual way in this short by Wilder.
Bill Plympton's couch gag for The Simpsons tells the story of the love triangle between Homer, Marge and the couch.
An early morning duel gets... complicated.
Broadcast (2011) Dallas Campbell delves in to the Horizon archive to discover how our ideas about dinosaurs have changed over the past 40 years. From realising that lumbering swamp dwellers were really agile warm blooded killers, astonishing new finds, controversial theories and breakthrough technology have enabled scientists to rethink how they lived and solve the mystery of their disappearance. And they can even reveal whether dinosaurs might still be with us today.
Sketch by David Mitchell and Robert Webb in That Mitchell and Webb Look Series 4 Episode 2.
Can I help you sir?
Brian is looking for a gift for his aunt, but has he come to the right place!
Find out in Part 2!
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