1. Forgotten


    from Michael Cameneti Added 99.3K 1,547 137

    A haunting look inside the memories of an abandoned home... Watch with headphones for the best experience. Shot entirely on the Canon 5D mark iii. Zeiss 50mm and Canon L Series 24-70 Director - Michael Cameneti Writer - Michael Cameneti DoP - Michael Cameneti Assistant Camera - Miles Austin Gaffer - Matt Harkless Sound Design - Michael Cameneti Special thanks to Chris Lazor & Pete Zimmerman for the creative input and encouragement to help make this film happen.

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    • Forgotten Places


      from →Zac Boyet← Added 53.6K 934 137

      This is a project I have wanted to do for a long time. There is something about abandoned places that that is very intriguing. A place that was once a centerpiece in a few people's lives is now all but forgotten.

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      • Berlin Block Tetris


        from Sergej Hein Added 360K 3,787 126

        An animation I made for Uni. Everything is made in After Effects without Plugins. The idea is based on a kind of parody of the former Socialist building style. They used to build whole cities where each house was designed identically to create cheap housing for workers. These ‘blocks’ were so similar that in Soviet times, you could easily wake up at a friends place in another city and still feel like you are in your flat. Even the furniture was the same.

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        • Stay Home


          from caleb wood Added 91.7K 2,260 121

          A house at the center is home to dog and cat. The sun shines down, and a day goes by. degree project at risd2011

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          • Real Scenes: Detroit


            from Resident Advisor Added 219K 2,650 103

            You can't talk about electronic music without mentioning Detroit. That's why in the second edition of Real Scenes, RA and Bench went to the city which birthed the genre we now call techno. Detroit has always had a creative streak, due in large part to the boom and subsequent bust of the auto industry. Quite simply, Detroit is a city of extremes, and its music reflects that. These days, Detroit's importance in the global electronic music scene is often referred to in the past tense. When we visited the city, though, we found a number of artists with their eyes (and ears) firmly set towards the future. After our time in the Motor City, it's clear to us that Detroit will endure and innovate for years to come. Visit the feature page on RA: http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?1382

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            • Lune - Leave The World Behind


              from Stink Added 285K 4,067 101

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              • Slash-In-The-Box


                from NICK EVERHART Added 59.8K 460 95

                OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.PopGoesTheEvil.com "4 1/2 Stars. " -Film Threat "It’s almost like writer/director Nick Everhart is slamming his fist down on the table with a smirk here to prove he knows how to construct a classic slasher with an absurd killer." -FilmSchoolRejects.com "Slash-in-the-box is everything you expect only better." -Creepercast.com "A great and sharp horror film..." - Cinema-Crazed.com "A tremendous piece of work." -Blind Mouse Entertainment "Extremely clever and really makes every minute count. [Slash-In-The-Box] deserves some major attention." -MediaMikes.com "Very badass, interesting, evil, cool, and fun." -Gruesome Hertzogg (horror podcast) "Horror Short Pick of the Week" -TrobysTalesofTerror.com "In addition to the incredible cinematography, camera movement, and the lighting, this one also gives you one hell of a trick!" -ScariestMoviesOnline.com "It contains everything a horror movie needs..." -MortalGore.com "Very slick and very clever, this neat little jumper is oodling with festival potential." -This Horror Is Your Face Blog "As a horror fan, you should not miss this..." -ElGore.com Official Selection - 2012 AMC Theatres Kansas City FilmFest Official Selection - Chicago's 2012 Indie Horror Film Festival Official Selection - 2012 Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival Nominated for Best Editing - 2011 London Super Shorts International Film Festival Finalist (selected by Eli Roth) - 2011 Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Contest Slash-In-The-Box A new short horror film Written, Directed & Edited by Nick Everhart. This film was shot in one day. Post production was completed in a week. The total budget was a mere $2000. Shot on the RED One MX camera with RED Pro Prime lenses. Starring - Elizabeth Masucci and Tyler Hollinger Produced by Nick Everhart, Laura J. Hill, Leigh Scott, Eliza Swenson Production Coordinator - Travis Somerville Wardrobe - Regina Amato Makeup - Krystal Phillips Director of Photography - Leigh Scott 1st Assistant Camera - Josh Therriault Gaffer - Ross Neugeboren Key Grip - Bob Blankemeier Production Assistant - Catherine Chiocchi Set Photographer - Drew Amato Visual Effects and Poster Art by Laura J. Hill slash in the box horror short

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                • WOMP! (SUMMER 2011)


                  from JON ZOMBIE Added

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 Every Wednesday Night at the Oakland Metro Opera House 630 3rd St, Oakland, California USA WOMP Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001103265150 JON ZOMBIE VIDEO PRODUCTIONS
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 LMFAO feat. Natalia Kills - Champagne Showers (R3hab Remix) David Guetta feat. Rihanna - Who's That Chick (Afrojack Dub Mix) Skrillex - Died This Way (Lady Gaga) Calvertron - Future Proof Skeptics - Cobwebs

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                  • MY HOME IS MY CASTLE


                    from Johannes Eckert Added 94.2K 1,185 92

                    3 weeks from october 2008 in 3 and a half minutes. i was moving into a new flat and documented all the things i had to do in there with a camera. 2800 still shots compose this video. Bryan Ferry is singing "The Way You Look Tonight". i am note quite sure about the desk position, but i am glad the posters from the end work fine for decoration (3:20). 1:13 look at the table: the last time my phone was seen... (lost it at IKEA later that day). at 1:17 you see my backup phone :-^ 2:06 and after: whatch the clock! (best in fullscreen). 3:11 changing the bookshelf from random to order by size.

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                    • RESET! & Nom De Strip - I can see boobies


                      from RESET! Added 1.4M 2,413 85

                      Reset! & Nom De Strip - I can see boobies OUT SOON ON WEARHOUSE MUSIC This video is a tribute to Russ Meyer, great director and true boobies king (1922 -- 2004) Editing: Johnny Cobalto Postproduction: Stefano Polli

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