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  1. The Art of Drowning


    from Diego Maclean Liked 148K 3,846 108

    Directed by Diego Maclean. Poem by Billy Collins.

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    • Growing is Forever


      from Jesse Rosten Liked 915K 11.9K 536

      I have a deep affection for the Redwood forests of Northern California. This is my best attempt to capture the reverence I feel when in the presence of these giants. A film by Jesse Rosten - twitter.com/JesseRosten Words…

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      • !!! (Chk Chk Chk) | A Take Away Show


        from La Blogotheque Liked 32K 201 12

        The Abbesses neighborhood, in Paris, is always full of life. Even more when the people from !!! (Chk Chk Chk) decide to sing in the streets, out of the subway, at cafes. Including an incredible…

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        • Train of Thought


          from Leo Bridle Liked 169K 2,588 68

          A short film in paper by Leo Bridle & Ben Thomas. Train of Thought was made as our graduation film from The Arts Institute at Bournemouth. Although we used digital compositing software, all the…

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          • Shinkansen ver.2


            from daihei shibata Liked 394K 5,537 205

            Traveling in the Japanese high-speed train Shinkansen from Shinosaka to Tokyo. The video sequence was shot by OLYMPUS EP-1(PEN). Music: VanShe "So High"

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            • Before or After Yourself


              from Robert Gill Liked 913K 469 10


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                from Vincent Moon / Petites Planètes Liked 88.8K 1,633 45

                brooklyn, new york, september 2007 62min images by vincent moon sounds by chryde edit by nat le scouarnec produced by la blogotheque http://flyingclubcup.com download in full res: http://media.cpeterson.org/beirut http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/6042878/

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                • Tibetan pika: Small engineer key to world's water supply


                  from Arizona State University Liked 639 1 0

                  ASU President's Professor Andrew Smith discusses how the Tibetan pika (Ochotona curzoniae) is a keystone species and how massive poisoning of pikas has profound environmental and economic impacts.…

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                  • Thought of You


                    from Ryan J Woodward Liked 3.5M 27.3K 1,465

                    Http://ryanwoodwardart.com Behind the scenes: http://vimeo.com/21096567 Limited Fine Art Prints now available here: http://www.frame-factor.com/video/videochv.php?vid=55

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                    • Wanderlust (2011)


                      from Matt Daniels Liked 238K 3,452 104

                      Inspired by a TED talk by Stefan Sagmeister we packed up a Canon 5D and travelled through Central America, Europe, and New Zealand. This is a little of what we saw. Music by Max Richter, Infra…

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                      • Explaining the origins and allure of tango


                        from Arizona State University Liked 664 1 0

                        Dancer and instructor Daniela Borgialli from the ASU School of Dance explains how she was attracted to the Argentine tango and how her class has attracted a diversity of students. Produced and edited…

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                        • Humanities engage in sustainability research


                          from Arizona State University Liked 321 2 0

                          Highlighting the crucial role that humanities research plays in our relationship with the environment and contemporary environmental challenges, Arizona State University’s Institute for Humanities…

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