Shark expert Michael Rutzen demonstrates the phenomenon of ‘tonic immobility’ in the Bahamas: a natural state of paralysis that animals enter when presented with a threat.
Some sharks can be placed in this state – which generally lasts about fifteen minutes – by turning them upside down.
Glasses, moustaches and cartoon genitals are often drawn on their faces during this time.
“Camp Kuleshov” is a competition in NYC, CHI and LA between assistant editors. They are given a film and asked to edit a trailer for the movie taking it from its original genre into another genre. Caleb Hepler’s “Shark Song” took first place.
Koff! Koff! Khhaarrgh! Hack! Hack! Hack! Harrrumph! Jesus. Don’t do that to me.