11.02.16 by Staff

Photographer Profile: Zun Lee

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Another fantastic profile in the InFrame series. This instalment focuses on Zun Lee who initially took up photography as a hobby and escape from the stresses of his corporate job only to start taking pictures of strangers on the street, uncovering a whole new way of connecting with people. Watch the full video on Booooooom TV.

19.11.15 by Jeff

Artist Profile: “Doze Green Arklandia Dreamstate” by Mike Popso

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Great portrait of artist Doze Green by my buddy, Detroit-based filmmaker, Mike Popso. I’ve been a fan of Doze for a long time; his artwork was the reason I blind-bought albums like Deeper Concentration 2 in high school. A lot has changed since then! For the last five years he’s been living and working on a self-sufficient farm in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

In “Doze Green Arklandia Dreamstate,” Popso captures the vibrancy of Green’s new life and new work. His upcoming show at the Openspace gallery in Paris opens November 20th and runs until December 20th. Watch the video profile below!

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03.11.15 by Jeff

Artist Profile: Jacob Ovgren

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Nice feature on the unabashedly immature work of Swedish artist and skater, Jacob Ovgren, who designs for one of my favourite skate brands, Polar. The video is part of The LB Project’s series promoting art and skateboarding. Check out the interview and more from The LB Project below!

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21.10.15 by Staff

Back To The Future’s Bob Gale on How He Designed October 21, 2015

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Really great interview by Bobby Hundreds with co-creator of the Back to the Future trilogy, Bob Gale. Gale shares some alternative storylines that never got past the script phase as well as insight into how he approached the design of 2015. Definitely a timely must-watch for Back to the Future fans as we’ve finally caught up to the future date of October 21, 2015 date shown in the movie! Check out the full interview below!

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20.10.15 by Staff

Artist Profile: Mark Gonzales

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Legendary skateboarder and artist, Mark Gonzales, talks candidly with Evan Goodfellow about his early years and the things that interest him now. He also pets a cat. Check out Monster Children’s wonderfully intimate video below!

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10.09.15 by Jeff

Video Profile: Artist Beth Cavener

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An engaging video portrait of artist Beth Cavener by filmmaker Bas Berkhout. It’s really satisfying to watch her create her gestural sculptures as she talks about some really personal parts of her life. Watch the video below.

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25.08.15 by Jeff

Video Portrait: Surfer Craig Anderson

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Enjoyed this experimental portrait of surfer Craig Anderson, directed by Desillusion’s editor, Sebastien Zanella. Watch “La Danse Macabre” below.

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25.08.15 by Staff

Video Portrait: A Conversation with Walter Murch

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Really enjoyed this portrait of Walter Murch by Swiss director, Niccolò Castelli. Walter Murch has been my idol since I studied film editing at school. He actually spoke at my graduation, and when I was supposed to cross the stage to get my degree I turned and walked over to him and asked if I could shake his hand instead. Everyone laughed at me but it totally was worth it.

Walter Murch is perhaps best known for his editing work on The Conversation, Apocalypse Now, and The English Patient, but he also directed the scariest film I saw as a kid, Return to Oz (one of my favourite movies). If you love film I highly recommend the book The Conversations, which is essentially a series of mind-expanding conversations between him and writer Michael Ondaatje.

I could talk about him forever, so you should just check out the video below!

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