Part 2 of Nike’s “Never Not” film is required viewing if you snowboard. Actually, I think it’s inspiring regardless as its focus is really on passion and ambition. The director Per-Hampus Stålhandske beautifully captures the relentless pursuit of a goal.
Now I realise action sports and creative arts are opposites in a lot of ways (I’m usually not risking broken legs when I use a pencil crayon) but when I watch things like this I question how passionate I am about reaching my own goals.
Having said all that, it’s not just a bunch of talking heads. The riding is serious! The screengrab above, for example, is a heli shot of Halldór Helgason back flipping a huge roof gap.
Watch the film below! The opening makes me wanna ride so bad!
Kutiman, the famous Youtube remixer, is back! The artist has started a series now where he visits cities, records his own video clips, mashes them all together, and creates music. You might remember his last video “Thru Jerusalem”. This time he visits Tokyo!
Watch the “Thru Tokyo” video below!
Earlier this week I mentioned the release of The Wes Anderson Collection book by Matt Zoller Seitz. Well, it appears he’s releasing a series of videos analyzing Wes Anderson’s films as well! In this one Seitz provides some really great insights into Anderson’s second feature film, Rushmore.
It seemed fitting to choose this frame from the movie to sort of match the frame I picked for “The Grand Budapest Hotel” trailer, a couple posts below. I’m a huge nerd. Watch the video below!
At long last, here is the official trailer for Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” in all its glory. The first thing I noticed was the 4:3 aspect ratio, apparently the film was shot in three different aspect ratios to represent the three different time periods that the film takes place in. Watch the trailer below!