Featuring this month at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival – director Marshall Curry’s narration-free edit of the 1939 at Madison Square Garden in New York, attended by 20,000 people: Amerikadeutscher Volksbund azi rally N
…an event largely forgotten from American history… A NIGHT AT THE GARDEN uses striking archival fragments recorded that night to transport modern audiences into this gathering and shine a light on the disturbing fallibility of seemingly decent people.
The director explains more in this Q&A with Field Of Vision.
A prototype of the FoldiMate laundry folder in action.
The production version will probably cost around €800 but
damn look at it go.
A stop motion short by Guldies (made in his bedroom using 2500 still pictures) in which a giant human hand prepares for a relaxing day on the river.
A car spins out of control at 72mph on a Florida highway.
This can’t end well, can it?
News Be Funny’s roundup of 2017’s finest mid-broadcast reporter/presenter corpsing shenanigans.
Redditor Dani Ochoa performs the Mos Eisley Cantina tune and the Imperial March from Star Wars using mathematical formulae. To wit:
It started with x+4… and I couldn’t unhear it. Instead of doing my math homework I figured out what the Cantina Theme would sound like if your instrument was a pencil.
Epic black and white time-lapse footage of storms over central and southwest US in 2017 shot in 8K (4320p, though it’s only viewable in 4K on YouTube) by storm chaser Mike Oblinski.
A chain reaction marble run perfectly synchronised with Tchaikovsky’s by kinetic artist Waltz of the Flowers Mark Robbins, who sez of it:
After listening to parts of this song hundreds of times to match things up I went a bit crazy
Trump does the US national anthem at the NCAA college football championship in Atlanta, Georgia on Monday.
Duplicated, inverted and superimposed aerial footage of New York City by
Track : ‘Periphescence’ by