1. Directed and edited by Andrei Severny. Produced by Edward Tufte.

    "Perceiving Deeply"
    The Design Observer designobserver.com/feature/perceiving-deeply/38497/

    "If you do one thing today, watch this 40-minute crash course in Design Thinking."
    FastCompany fastcodesign.com/1670615/a-40-minute-crash-course-in-design-thinking

    "Watch the first five minutes and you'll be hooked."
    99U by Behance 99u.com/workbook/14370/video-how-to-see-like-a-artist

    "Beautifully made film."
    Lifehacker lifehacker.com/5991521/learn-to-see-like-an-artist

    "A great story beautifully told."
    Ken Carbone, Designer, Chief Creative Director, Carbone Smolan Agency

    “This [film] is about patient and dedicated teaching, about learning to look and visualize in order to design, about the importance of drawing. It is one designer’s personal experience of issues that face all designers, expressed with sympathy and encouragement, and illustrated with examples of Inge [Druckrey]’s own work and that of grateful generations of her students. There are simple phrases that give insights into complex matters, for example that letterforms are ‘memories of motion.’ Above all, it is characteristic of Inge that in this examination of basic principles the word “beautiful” is used several times.”

    Matthew Carter, type designer, MacArthur Fellow

    “This film is absolutely beautiful. I'm so impressed with it and learned so much in such a compact piece. I feel like it picked up where Helvetica left off with the subtle principles of typographical balance and some early history stemming from the human hand. Your wonderful teaching approach comes through loud and clear and stands as an inspiration and model for others including myself. This is fantastic.”

    Luke Geissbuhler, Cinematographer of Helvetica and other films

    "A great documentation of the visual values we hold dear."

    Roger Remington, Vignelli Distinguished Professor of Design, RIT

    "A fine, insightful and educational documentary. It captures Inge’s work as a designer and educator, her thinking and her SEEING, in a wonderful and most perfect way. Truly Inspirational!"

    Hans-Ulrich Allemann, Designer/Educator

    More info at tufte.com

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  2. August 15, 2018 is the 39th Anniversary of the U.S. premiere of Apocalypse Now, Francis Ford Coppola's adaptation of Joseph Conrad's novella, Heart of Darkness.

    Joseph Conrad's story is about a boat captain named Marlow who travels along a river deep into "the heart of an immense darkness" in order to find a man named Kurtz. One of the many themes of Heart of Darkness is the idea that a person can lose their mind the further they travel away from civilization into the unknown.

    This theme is paralleled in Apocalypse Now and by Coppola's own journey in completing his most personal film. The documentary, Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse is a compilation of Eleanor Coppola's interviews, on-the-set footage and secret audio recordings of her husband at his most exposed moments. Coppola's many struggles included an unfinished script, Marlon Brando showing up overweight, typhoons destroying entire sets and Martin Sheen having a heart attack during production.

    The above cut is a mix of Orson Welles' reading of Heart of Darkness, Apocalypse Now and the documentary Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse.

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  3. feature length movie documenting the Red Bull BC One World Breakdancing Championships in São Paulo, Brazil

director: Alastair Siddons
production: Partizan
    client: RedBull
    music production: Tom Guest & London Matters

    if you liked the soundtrack check out London Matters on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/album/last-blast/id277723230

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  4. Saul Williams came to us. He wanted to be filmed in Paris Catacombs. Not the official, clean ones. He wanted to go in the dirty, tough, cold and humid network of underground corridors. He thought we might be crazy enough to accept the challenge.

    We were crazy enough.

    Directed by Colin Solal Cardo
    Sound and Mix by François Clos
    Edit by Julie Salon and Colin Solal Cardo
    Production Management by François Clos
    Best Boy : Jonathan André
    Catacomb Guides : Arnaud Martens & Thibault Lefranc
    Produced by Chryde & Matthieu Buchsenschutz for la Blogotheque


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    Jon Krakauer wrote, “In any human endeavor, some fraction of it's practitioners will be motivated to pursue that activity with such concentrated focus and unalloyed passion that it will consume them utterly. As a result of this infatuation, existence overflows with purpose. Through immoderation, he experiences something akin to rapture.”

    Yosemite Valley has long been regarded as the holy land for climbers and boulderers throughout the world. The origins of rock climbing lie in the 3000-foot granite walls lining the valley and the boulders that sit strewn about below these staggering monoliths.

    In the late weeks of November, the Louder Than 11 crew gathered from all corners of the country to experience Yosemite Valley bouldering. As a group of passionate individuals, we enveloped ourselves in the landscape for two weeks, attacking boulders as if tomorrow would never come. On the surface, the very foundation of our identities is built on rock climbing—a sport that we believe is the greatest on the planet—but there is much more to this seemingly inherent addiction than meets the eye.

    With Park Life, we strive to answer this age-old, omnipresent question: Why? By combining difficult climbing, captivating visuals, and engaging music under the all-encompassing umbrella of a professional production company, we hope to portray a unique lifestyle that has given us all a palpable sense of unwavering purpose. The long-lasting friendships, incessant failure and equally abundant success, reckless commitment and dedication driven to the point of complete and utter irresponsibility; it’s an eternal battle. We do it because we love it. At LT11 our media is always free, whether you like it or not.

    A Louder Than 11 Production

    Natasha Barnes
    Rich Crowder
    Sarah Fullerton
    Jon Glassberg
    Jordan Shipman
    Ryan Silven
    Ben Vernon
    Anson Whitmer
    Dave Wetmore
    Max Zolotukhin

    Directed by
    Rich Crowder
    Jon Glassberg
    Jordan Shipman

    Video by
    Rich Crowder
    Jon Glassberg
    Jordan Shipman

    Additional Camera Support by
    Ben Vernon

    Director of Photography
    Rich Crowder

    Edited by
    Jon Glassberg
    Jordan Shipman

    Motion Graphics by
    Jordan Shipman

    Visual Effects by
    Jordan Shipman

    Music Supervision by
    Jon Glassberg

    Django Django "Default"
    The Japanese Pop Stars "Take Forever"
    Metronomy "Everything Goes My Way"
    Gramatik "Dungeon Sound"
    Umek, Baltek "Out of Play"
    Mr. Sche & L. Ceasar "Hustle Maniac"
    Flowers and Sea Creatures "Secrets we Stole from the Dance Floor"
    Kemek "Certain Frequencies"
    The Japanese Pop Stars "Shells of Silver White Sea"
    Flowers and Sea Creatures "A.M."
    T&K "Summer Night"

    Best Boy Grip
    Ben Vernon

    Special Thanks to
    Urban Climber
    Revolution Climbing
    Buck Hoover
    Ethan Pringle
    Chad Wolak
    Doug Hartman

    Free. Whether you like it or not.
    © 2012 Louder Than 11

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