17.08.10 by Jeff

Everynone / Words

“Words”, by Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante (Everynone). After you watch this film you will want to investigate everything else Will and Daniel have made, and you should – they are geniuses.

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Watch the short film below!


This was created for Radiolab (aka the best podcast in the universe).













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • spoony

    This Video has a vibe… makes you think for a minute or 2 aftwerwards, deep shit.

  • Droolin

    that felt weird watching that

    • Jinx

      it felt really strange. you’re right

  • amazing! must see and after that please please do hop on to the pages of Radiolab and Everynone as well :)

  • That was astounding. I’ve watched it 4 times and am still in awe.

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  • naomi

    this made me feel sad, in a way. i have no idea why.

    • yea i think a lot of the clips are quite melancholic

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  • Deb

    Took me a couple of times watching it to “get it” …. I love it!

  • Rebeca

    a thousand times YES!

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  • Watched this while listening to “Goin’ Home” by Dan Auerbach. It was epic.

    • Jinx

      i did. that was so perfect. how did you know?

  • Bolla

    Damn i wish i had words for this.

  • benny

    that breakup was so sad

  • Jake Media

    What’s the name of the song? I downloaded a bunch of Unseen’s stuff, but I can’t find it. Please help me!

  • nico

    this made me want to cry.

  • Brian alexander

    this is the video we send out into space for alien life to find, and know what we are. it’s so human…





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