One of my favourite video channels is the New York Times series Anatomy of a Scene, in which directors narrate a sequence of their film. In this episode director Alejandro G. Inarritu discusses making the viewers feel trapped. Watch it over on Booooooom TV.
Hard to believe this is real life (especially the part at :45 seconds). Watch the video over on Booooooom TV.
Booooooom TV is for filmmakers and film lovers. We’ll be showcasing what we feel are the best animations, short films, music videos and documentaries. All the content that was previously featured in our film category will now live over there. We will be premiering films with some of our favourite directors and producing our own video content for it as well.
We have a lot of amazing things in the works for this new chapter of Booooooom. Have a look around, test it out, watch a bunch of videos. I think you’ll really enjoy the experience of watching films on there. Some changes yet to be made so if you have any feedback for us, send us a tweet! Enjoy!
Here’s my picks for the 20 best, most creative, funny, beautiful, memorable videos of 2015. I don’t believe any other sites chose the video I picked for Video of the Year. It took me awhile to edit this down from a list I had of 50 or so videos. Hope you find a couple that you overlooked this year, and if you disagree with my list, let me what your top 20 is in the comments. FKA Twigs is not on this list so let the disagreements begin.
Watch all the videos below!