1. Conspiracy for Good: Recap One


    from Jakob Berglund Added 7 0 0

    The first of six recaps of the story and events up to the point of release. Released online. The project: Conspiracy for Good was a massive participatory drama and interactive transmedia experience. The project was created by Tim Kring, presented by Nokia and produced by The company P. In 2011, Conspiracy for Good was nominated for both an International Digital Emmy in the Fiction category and an SXSW Interactive Award in the Mobile category.

    + More details
    • Nate Felix :: Last Stop Entry


      from Nate Felix Added 182 1 0

      Entry for Stop 29 Last Stop media contest. Enjoy!

      + More details
      • Giamma Death Gap †


        from RICH MORE Added 103K 9 0

        Giamma Death Gap, Sestriere (TO) , first try. End of season 2011 NEED THE BEST SNOWBOARD TEACHER? : https://www.facebook.com/SNOWBOARDTEACHER

        + More details
        • Louis Packham 2011


          from Sonny Annesley Added

          Filmer & Editor - Sonny Annesley Directed by - Louis Packham & Sonny Annesley. Music by - Aloe Blacc - I Need A Dollar & Julie Andrews - Wouldn't It Be Lovley. This edit was filmed over 5 day's. Filmed on - JVC GZ-HD10EK & Lumix GH2. Thank you to BE-MAG. Filmed all over Buckinghamshire, - HIGH WYCOMBE - MAIDENHEAD - UXBRIDGE - BOURNE END - MICKLEFIELD - DENHAM - WEST WYCOMBE.

          + More details
          • Japan Air at Mühlhausen


            from Sille Gießler Added 27 0 0

            + More details
            • Kiteskate: shove it grab


              from spocky Added 320 1 0

              Spot: El Coche - Venezuela Move: Shove it grab Skate: Kitaddict http://www.kitaddict.com/index.php?cPath=21

              + More details
              • Bomba Big Air


                from Vemund Added 505 0 1

                + More details
                • Soviet War Memorial (Treptower Park) - In A Berlin Minute (Week 47)


                  from Luci Westphal Added 778 3 1

                  -- http://MovingPostcard.com -- The Soviet World War Two Memorial in Treptower Park in Berlin is quite monumental - large in scale and meaning. The "Sowjetisches Ehrenmal in Treptow" was conceived by a collective of Russian artists and commemorates the 80,000 Red Army soldiers that died during the "Battle of Berlin" in May 1945. But this is not only a memorial - it is also the cemetery of 5,000 of those soldiers. Several people had recommended this sight to me. And I had mixed feelings about it from the get-go.  On a beautiful spring-like late afternoon this week I went for the first time with two friends. The entire memorial is vast and impressive and it caused me more mixed feelings then and now as I've put the video and sounds together. I'm definitely a pacifist. I don't (usually) believe in attacking other countries, I don't believe in war propaganda or glorifying the military or any kind of violence. It breaks my heart to think of all the lives lost, all the trauma experienced and the cities, countries, cultures destroyed in all the stupid wars. But as we see with Libya right now - there are times when it seems the other countries' duty to step in and stop a regime from hurting its own people or those in surrounding countries. The Soviet troops invaded Germany and Berlin to stop Hitler and World War 2 - just like the Americans did via Normandy and Western Europe - not to mention the French and British with their efforts. What struck me most about this memorial was actually that the 40 ft tall main statue (a man holding a little girl in one hand and sword in the other) stands on a broken swastika. In all the US imagery, I don't think I've ever seen anything like it. Very powerful.  But there's still something weird about a memorial for "the other country" in your defeated country, isn't there? Then there are the negative stories you hear about how Russian soldiers supposedly treated Germans in Berlin, particularly women. Next come the thoughts that the dispute between the USSR and the USA was at the heart of why Germany was divided by a deadly border and that this memorial was in East Berlin. The fact that there are 5000 soldiers burried under this memorial is haunting. The images on the large stones are disturbing. So in the end I tried to reflect my mixed feelings via the audio: the National Hymn of the USSR performed by the 1968 USSR Defense Ministry and the sounds of "Military Battle WW2" from Soundtrack Pro. Now I have confused feelings about that step as well. I'm afraid it may come across as tasteless. But then again there is nothing as tasteless as war and violence itself - yet you have to admire those who are willing to give their lives to protect or free others. It's complicated. Website: http://MovingPostcard.com Personal blog: http://goodhardworkingpeople.blogspot.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovingPostcard Twitter: http://twitter.com/luciwest Flickr: http://flickr.com/luciwest Google+: http://google/+MovingPostcard YouTube: http://youtube.com/GNYBerlin YouTube: http://youtube.com/LuciWest Tumblr: http://luciwest.tumblr.com Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/LuciWest Instagram: http://Instagram.com/LuciWest Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/LuciWest

                  + More details
                  • Zuppen - Gjör det BIG


                    from Fredrik Harper Added 4,467 16 4

                    The result of 2 days in Tryvann. Athletes: Martin Krog Larsen Fredrik F. Harper Herman Fjoess Johan Berg Tobias Bang Per Schøyen Andreas Stibolt (Voldemort) Camera: GoPro Edited by: Fredrik Harper

                    + More details
                    • Untitled


                      from sam f Added 11 0 0

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?


                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."