Friday at frikkin’ last.
Here are some videos to watch. You’re welcome.
» World Cruise 2010
Shot with a Canon DSLR, this short film shows a day in the life of several cities around the world. Pack your bags!
» Bandsaw Magic
Pretty much self-explanatory.
» Heinz Automato 4
I am thinking this is likely an early build of this clearly necessary device.
» One Year in Two Minutes
“A true timelapse made from more than 3500 high resolution images shot from the same spot during all of 2010.”
By photographer Erik Solheim.
» Tucker Plays the Blues
[Or at least: his interpretation of the blues. Tucker is a dog.]
The first Friday of 2011. Welcome to it!
Here we go…
» 2010 NFL Sounds of 2010
Mashed up by DJ Steve Porter (remember the Slap Chop remix?)
» Antoine Dufour: Hide and Seek
A breathtaking version of Imogen Heap’s song, performed on solo guitar.
There are other videos in the related items and they’re also worth a listen.
» Future First Person Shooter
Shot in live action with some pretty clever cgi added in. Well done.
» The Sound Of
This actually made my day when I first saw it.
» Fried Gnocchi
“Steve shows us all how not to prepare gnocchi.”
I guess he wasn’t expecting what happened here…
Sent in by Stef G.
Enjoy the rest of your Friday, and have a great weekend.
Well here we are on the last day of 2010.
And it’s a Friday!
» December 2010 Blizzard Timelapse
Shot by Michael Black over the course of 20 hours. Crazy weather out there!
» The Best Viral Videos Of 2010: A Retrospective
» 25 Years of Christmas
“Every year, our dad taped us coming down the stairs…”
A pretty cool homemade compilation of surprised faces on xmas morning.
» Superior, Speed Fly
Translation: Helmet-cam video of a guy parglide-skiing on Mt. Superior in Utah. Breathtaking.
» Cyriak: Walks of Life
The history of evolution shown by cleverly photographed hands. Fantastic.
Have a great new year’s eve and best wishes for a great 2011.
It’s Christmas eve!
It’s also Friday!
Here we go…
» Coke Christmas 2010: Mind Heist
In which the editor replaces the soundtrack with that of the movie “Inception”.
» 1931 Toronto Santa Claus Parade
Compare and contrast with the 1984 parade. There are hundreds of related videos on these pages too.
» Baby Preacher Subtitled
Sent in by Stef G.
» The 1982 Tron Holiday Special
From Funny Or Die. Absolutely brilliant.
» Google Demo Slam
Several artists and animators created this animation piece using nothing but Google Docs. That is crazy.
Merry Xmas / Happy Holidays everybody!
Hello Friday Video people. One more week to Xmas. Crazy!
And here are some videos…
» 2010: The year on YouTube
I know it isn’t new years just yet, but it’s still a fun set of videos, and a really creative interface.
» Hilarious British animal voiceovers
Does what it says. 🙂
Sent in by Kelly S.
» Filmography 2010
How many did you see? This is extremely well done.
» Slayer Christmas Lights Lightorama 2009
Just in time for the holidays. 🙂 This must have taken quite a bit of time to complete.
Suggested by Craig F.
» Nino Coniglio – Champion Pizza Dough Acrobat
Mr. Coniglio is apparently a member of the “US Pizza Team”. Is this an olympic event?
Welcome to Friday!
Only one and a half weeks left in Autumn. Crazy!
Here we go…
» Eskimo: We Got More (Official Video)
Directed by Cyriak Harris. Fantastic.
» GE: Flight Paths
“…We captured all the take-offs and landings that happen over the course of one day and combined them into one short film.”
» All of Billy Joel’s Greatest Hits Played at Once
It sounds more avant-garde than you’d think. 🙂
Also see this comparative example.
» These Gears Really Work?
Why yes they do!
» Worst Band Ever Butchers Pink Floyd
Happy Friday, Friday folks!
And welcome to December!
Here are some Friday videos.
» Hans Rosling’s 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes
“Hans Rosling’s famous lectures combine enormous quantities of public data with a sport’s commentator’s style to reveal the story of the world’s past, present and future development. Now he explores stats in a way he has never done before – using augmented reality animation.”
A bit overwhelming but really clearly explained.
» Jeb Corliss wing-suit demo
A compilation of several of Corliss’ favorite basejumping sequences. This blows my mind.
On average I’m getting sent at least one new video of Corliss per week. It’s addictive.
» The T-Mobile Welcome Back
“Watch arriving passengers be given a welcome home to remember at Heathrow Terminal 5.”
There have recently been a batch of “flash-mob” spontaneous musical events in several major cities. It’s cool to see, marketing stance or not.
Also see this one at Toronto Eaton Centre.
Sent in by Christy N.
» RATATAT: Mirando
In which the Swedish electro outfit have their single matched up (by someone named E*VAX) to cleverly coreographed segments of the movie “Predator”. It’s kind of mesmerizing.
Sent in by Stef G.
» Wiley vs. Rhodes
aka: Live action Wile E. Coyote vs. the Roadrunner.
Funny! Very well done.
Enjoy your weekend, everybody!
Welcome to Friday.
And your Friday Videos!
» Nicolas Cage Losing His Shit
Sent in by a few subscribers. Funny!
» Batelco – Infinity
Wow. Shot in Toronto by Spy Films. Must have taken some time to do.
Batelco is a telecommunications company in Bahrain.
Also see the Making-of video.
» Hogwart’s Hangover
» TAKE OUT
From Sharkaa films. A funny little short film.
Sent in by Tara P.
» Rescued Baby Hummingbird
There you go.
Happy belated Thanksgiving to our US subscribers.
Another Friday, another set of videos to watch.
» This Is How Michael Cain Talks
Sent in by many subscribers. The show they’re promoting is worth a look also.
» Trumer Beer Machine
These one-take “Rube Goldberg” machines must take weeks to set up. Well done.
Sent in by Craig F.
» Dub FX 18/04/2009 ‘Soothe Your Pain’
» Every Arnold Scream from Every Arnold Movie
Hilarious (if a bit long.)
Sent in by Ashy.
» Evil Hamster
Hilarious! But also dangerous.
Sent in by a few subscribers.
Happy Friday, Friday people.
Welcome to your Friday Videos!
Go go go!
» Millimetres Matter
One of the strangest videos I’ve seen in a while.
» Bad Things That Could Happen
From the performance collective known as “This Is It”. Must have taken ages to conceptualize.
» Owl Practice
» Timescapes: Rapture
From cinematographer Tom Lowe. Breathtaking.
» Mad Men: Don Draper Says What
Enjoy your weekend.