4 videos that blew my mind last week

The best stop motion animation using photos I have seen. I love that it keeps changing up its rules as it goes.

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On the opposite side of the coin from a video made using photos is a video that appears to be still as a photograph. This sort of “bullet time” effect first popularized in The Matrix, is made breathtaking use of here, even telling a [admittedly, action packed] narrative as it pans around its scene.
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I am so excited about this. It’s not even that I am a huge fan of the book actually; it’s the Jonze/Eggers/Arcade Fire/natural lighting/handwriting-even-on-the-production-company-logos part that’s an arrow to my heart.

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Aaaaand on the opposite side of that, possibly the worst trailer ever. Which is endlessly fascinating and rewatchable. Does it know that it’s bad (e.g. parody or art)? How can it not?

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Please do watch and enjoy, and if you have any videos to recommend, let me know.

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