1. Hyper-Reality presents a provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged, and the city is saturated in media. If you are interested in supporting the project, sponsoring the next work or would like to find out more, please send a hello to info@km.cx

    by Keiichi Matsuda | km.cx
    more at hyper-reality.co

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  2. This compilation from all of my work was only made possible by the following people:

    Michael B. Chait
    michaelbchait.com/

    Brian Levin
    brian-levin.com/

    Mark Vadik
    markvadik.com/

    Vince Chavez
    elkhornent.com/

    There are also no shortage of individuals who deserve thanks and credit for all the hard work that they too put into these videos:

    Naz Khan, Wes Gathright, Mike Bove, Kyle Heller, Josh Staman, Tim Troy, Tim Ritchey, Joe Locastro, Andrew Staton, Mike Kramer, Adam and Jason Kaplan,

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  3. My tribute to a very specific subgenre of science fiction: not futuristic (some of these films take place in the present or even in the past) nor post-apocalyptic, but films presenting societies that have both utopian and dystopian qualities, with high technology, severe social restrictions and class differences, based on inequality and lies.

    I established a few rules while editing this, for the sake of consistency:
    1.-Society must be organised, not just pure post-apocalyptic chaos (Mad Max saga, The Omega Man, The Road, The Book of Eli)
    2.-The oppressed must be humans, not aliens (District 9) or androids (A.I., Blade Runner, I robot)
    3.-Society must be controled by humans, not by aliens (Dark City, La Planete Sauvage), machines (The Matrix, Terminator Salvation) or vampires (Daybreakers)
    4.-Events must take place in reality, not in virtual worlds (Tron, The Matrix, The Thirteenth Floor, eXistenZ, Tron: Legacy)
    5.-Society must have evolved only through human ways (science or politics), not through biological changes (Planet of the Apes, Time Machine, Children of men)

    However, I have used some of those films (A.I., Blade Runner, I robot) very briefly to help with the visuals but not as part of the narrative.

    MUSIC:
    - "72 degrees and sunny" by Thomas Newman, extracted from the score of "Wall·E"
    - "End of Line" by Daft Punk, extracted from the score of "Tron: Legacy"
    - "Anthem for the Year 2000" by Silverchair
    - "If you tolerate this, your children will be next" by Manic Street Preachers

    FILMS (51, listed in order of first appearance):
    Starship Troopers
    Minority Report
    Death Race 2000
    Running Man
    Death Race
    Gamer
    Surrogates
    The Island
    Zero Theorem
    Snowpiercer
    Wall·E
    Idiocracy
    Fahrenheit 451
    The Purge
    Total Recall
    Repo Men
    I, robot
    Soylent Green
    The Lorax
    Demolition Man
    Elysium
    The Giver
    Serenity
    Metropolis
    Aeon Flux
    Logan's Run
    Divergent
    A.I.
    Babylon A.D.
    Blade Runner
    Cloud Atlas
    THX 1138
    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Sleeper
    Escape from L.A.
    Dredd
    Total Recall (2012)
    Freejack
    The Hunger Games
    Fortress
    Gattaca
    Code 46
    Never let me go
    In time
    1984
    Brazil
    Scanner darkly
    Equilibrium
    V for Vendetta
    A clockwork orange
    Johnny Mnemonic

    SOME FILMS I WAS CLOSE TO USING BUT FINALLY DISCARDED FOR EDITING REASONS: Akira, Battle Royale, Escape from NY, The Fifth Element, Land of the Dead, Rollerball, The Truman Show.

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  4. One of the reasons George Miller's action scenes work so well and make so much sense is because they are grounded in the character’s point of view. By doing this he literally puts you into the action using nonverbal visual, almost operatic, storytelling—something Hitchcock would call “pure cinema."

    Edited by Rishi Kaneria (@rishikaneria)
    Music by Girl Talk

    Footage taken from:
    Mad Max
    Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
    Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    WARNING: Music contains explicit lyrics.

    SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING FINE BLOGS FOR FEATURING THIS VIDEO:

    INDIEWIRE PRESS PLAY:
    blogs.indiewire.com/pressplay/watch-the-pov-shots-in-the-mad-max-movies-make-all-the-difference-20150526

    THE CURIOUS BRAIN:
    thecuriousbrain.com/

    LIVE FOR FILMS:
    liveforfilms.com/2015/05/27/cool-supercut-driving-dying-point-of-view-shots-in-mad-max/

    DEVOUR:
    devour.com/video/mad-max-pov/

    FILM SCHOOL REJECTS:
    filmschoolrejects.com/features/video-proof-that-pov-shots-made-mad-max-intense.php

    DIGG:
    digg.com/video/george-millers-exceptional-point-of-view-shots-in-all-the-mad-max-movies

    SOUND ON SIGHT:
    soundonsight.org/video-of-the-day-watch-a-compilation-of-the-pov-shots-from-the-first-three-mad-max-films/

    THE CREATORS PROJECT:
    thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/this-mad-max-supercut-gets-you-so-close-you-can-smell-the-exhaust

    SPLOID GIZMODO:
    sploid.gizmodo.com/video-the-bad-ass-point-of-view-shots-from-the-origina-1707299163

    LAUGHING SQUID:
    laughingsquid.com/driving-dying-a-supercut-of-point-of-view-shots-from-the-original-mad-max-movie-trilogy/

    SHORTLIST:
    shortlist.com/entertainment/films/driving-dying-pov-shots-in-the-original-mad-max-trilogy

    BOING BOING:
    boingboing.net/2015/05/28/watch-the-pov-shots-from-the-m.html

    INDIEWIRE PLAYLIST:
    blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/watch-supercut-of-the-pov-shots-from-the-first-3-mad-max-films-20150528

    LES INROCKS:
    lesinrocks.com/inrocks.tv/un-supercut-des-scenes-daction-les-plus-palpitantes-dans-tous-les-mad-max/

    THE A.V. CLUB:
    avclub.com/article/witness-supercut-pov-shots-original-mad-max-trilog-220045

    SLASH FILM:
    slashfilm.com/mad-max-pov-supercut/

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  5. A look at the hidden power of film props.
    And how filmmakers use the everyday (and not so everyday) objects in their scenes to enhance cinematic storytelling.

    Written, edited, & narrated by Rishi Kaneria (@rishikaneria).

    Music from:
    “Baba O Riley” by the Who
    “Kid-A” by Punch Brothers
    “Rabbit In Your Headlights” by Unkle
    “Where is my mind” by Vitamin String Orchestra
    “Magic” by Mick Smiley
    “Sinnerman” by Nina Simone
    “Intermezzo” by Pietro Mascagni
    “Monkey Fight Snake” by the Bombay Royale
    “I Hung My Head” by Johnny Cash
    “The Thing That Made You” by Dan Romer
    "Once There Was a Hushpuppy" by Dan Romer

    Iconography from "Famous Objects From Classic Movies."
    famousobjectsfromclassicmovies.com/

    Footage from:
    00:04 Boogie Nights
    00:10 Sunset Boulevard
    00:11 2001: A Space Odyssey
    00:11 Black Swan
    00:12 Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
    00:13 Inception
    00:20 Ghostbusters
    00:26 Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi
    00:29 Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
    00:30 Ed Wood
    00:43 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
    00:46 Big
    00:47 Rushmore
    00:48 Gattaca
    00:50 Pulp Fiction
    00:50 The Hundred Foot Journey
    00:51 The Hundred Foot Journey
    00:52 Pulp Fiction
    00:53 The Breakfast Club
    00:54 Terminator 2
    00:55 Boogie Nights
    00:55 Money Ball
    00:57 Whiplash
    00:58 Saving Private Ryan
    01:01 2001: A Space Odyssey
    01:11 2001: A Space Odyssey
    01:17 American Beauty
    01:23 The Usual Suspects
    01:25 Jurassic Park
    01:28 Forrest Gump
    01:31 Lawrence Of Arabia
    01:35 The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring
    01:38 Raiders Of The Lost Ark
    01:40 The Bicycle Thief
    01:42 The Maltese Falcon
    01:47 Raiders Of The Lost Ark
    01:50 The Dark Knight
    01:53 The Dark Knight
    01:59 Fight Club
    02:03 Pulp Fiction
    02:08 Rain Man
    02:13 Mommie Dearest
    02:18 Cast Away
    02:24 Citizen Kane
    02:31 The Red Balloon
    02:36 Aliens
    02:44 Blade Runner
    02:58 Citizen Kane
    03:03 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
    03:06 Christmas Story
    03:08 The Prestige
    03:10 The Gods Must Be Crazy
    03:17 Inception
    03:20 The Prestige
    03:23 Juno
    03:25 Back To The Future Part II
    03:27 Magnolia
    03:30 The Red Balloon
    03:34 The Sixth Sense
    03:39 2001: A Space Odyssey
    03:45 The Godfather
    03:48 The Godfather Part II
    03:49 The Godfather
    03:51 The Godfather Part II
    03:53 The Godfather
    03:55 The Godfather
    04:01 The Shining
    04:11 Memento
    04:19 Interstellar
    04:29 Memento
    04:41 Police Story
    04:48 Pulp Fiction
    04:56 Say Anything
    04:59 The Godfather
    05:05 The Shining
    05:07 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
    05:08 The Goonies
    05:13 Raiders Of The Lost Ark
    05:20 Batman
    05:32 Pulp Fiction
    05:40 Seven
    05:47 Rear Window
    05:53 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Man From The South
    06:01 The Untouchables
    06:07 Fight Club
    06:12 The Dark Knight
    06:14 Back To The Future
    06:17 Signs
    06:20 Jurassic Park
    06:24 Aliens
    06:27 Jaws
    06:33 It's A Wonderful Life
    06:39 The Gold Rush
    06:42 Office Space
    06:45 Annie Hall
    06:47 The Breakfast Club
    06:48 The Breakfast Club
    06:57 Mary Poppins
    07:00 The Wizard Of Oz
    07:03 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
    07:07 The Shawshank Redemption
    07:14 The Karate Kid
    07:17 The Avengers
    07:20 Superman: The Movie
    07:22 The Manchurian Candidate
    07:26 The Matrix
    07:30 Jurassic Park
    07:34 Saving Private Ryan
    07:40 Dog Day Afternoon
    07:42 The Apartment
    07:44 Raiders Of The Lost Ark
    07:48 The Shining
    07:52 The Breakfast Club
    07:54 Singin In The Rain
    07:57 Mary Poppins
    07:59 Taxi Driver
    08:09 Scarface
    08:11 Terminator 2
    08:14 Dirty Harry
    08:25 No Country For Old Men
    08:31 Kingsman: The Secret Service
    08:34 There Will Be Blood
    08:37 Rear Window
    08:41 Raiders Of The Lost Ark
    08:43 Ghostbusters
    08:44 The Shining
    08:46 Titanic
    08:48 Back To The Future Part II
    08:50 Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
    08:54 Poltergeist
    08:56 The Grand Budapest Hotel
    08:58 The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring
    09:01 Titanic
    09:03 Citizen Kane
    09:07 The Usual Suspects
    10:01 Risky Business

    “If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off. If it’s not going to be fired, it shouldn’t be hanging there.”
    -Anton Chekhov

    Full transcript can be found here: raging-cinema.tumblr.com/post/131987929538/a-look-at-the-hidden-power-of-film-props-and-how

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