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Coalition Of The Willing

Coalition of The Willing is a film that discusses how we can use new Internet technologies to leverage the powers of activists, experts, and ordinary citizens in collaborative ventures to combat climate change.

The film has been directed and produced by Knife Party, written by Tim Rayner and crafted by a network of 24 artists from around the world using varied and eclectic film making techniques.

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Lamborghini: The Pacemaker

At the dawn of time, when the universe was dark, an element arose over millions of years under extreme pressure: carbon. Exceptional, highly complex, present in all known life forms, and the foundation for a perfect material: carbon fiber.

Created at Sehsucht and directed by Hans Schultheiss and Ole Peters. Creative agency: Philipp & Keuntje.

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Funkstorung – Punk Motherfucker

Modafoca!

It’s not long since I featured Dirt Empire, from same director — Mathias Steinforth — for the same band — Funkstörung.
The music video sees a man (Ingmar Skrinjar) witnessing the strange behaviour of the poster he’s trying to attach.
Non è da molto che ho postato Dirt Empire, stesso regista — Mathias Steinforth — e [...]

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See What`s Possible: Through the Ages

A tour de force through 5000 years of media history: from Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics to the Gutenberg Bible, from the invention of the moving pictures to Photoshop.
It’s another entry in the See What’s Possible challenge held at Cut’nPaste and, like the previously posted The Pencil Could Possibly Be Mightier, ain’t won anything.
The clip is [...]

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Funkstorung: Dirt Empire

Made of dirt are our cities, for we are the Dirt Empire.

Graphical patterns transform from the organic form of a blurry haze into to square shaped buildings, symbolizing “the distance to our origins in today’s first world culture.”
The song, featuring Nils Petter Molvær at the trumpet, came from Funkstörung’s 2004 album Disconnected.
The video is [...]

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Miller Genuine Draft: Conversation

I know I’m on trialSo kick it around for a while.

UPDATE: Jan Mathias Steinforth just sent me the right credits. Thanks!
Who’s born round doesn’t die square, but you can always learn from trial and error…
A beautiful work of animation and motion graphics produced at Psyop and directed by Damon Ciarelli and Marie Hyon. Designers: Mate [...]

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