Things are finally getting back to normal, the shoot is over, the edit nearly done, so here’s a few things that I’ve been watching that have impressed me
12 O’Clock Boys Trailer
Stunning trailer, fantastic use of sound, can’t wait to check this one out
Another trailer, another documentary and as a lover of photography, another I’ll have to see
Beautifully shot and edited
Yahoo! 30 days of change
Interesting take on a rebrand and the power of a font, full article at Creative Review here
ITV Where Drama Lives 2013
A stunning walk through of ITV’s drama output, taking real ownership of each series.
G-Star presents Raw 2013
It’s been a few weeks due to moving and a lack of internet so here’s some of the things I’ve been looking at and liking.
Best of the Web 5
A whole mashup of all that is cool and slow mo, and actiony, and very well edited
Travis – Moving
Very interesting music video using breath
I was describing this in a meeting last week at a media agency and we both came to same conclusion, this must have been an insane pitch and an awesome marketing client.
The Art of Logo Design
Great little documentary about logo design
Ólafur Arnalds – Ljósið
Beautiful music video for Ólafur Arnalds
A short doc about DJ Pogo, who’s remix of films you may well have seen.
I love this song, heard it ages ago on X-FM and I stuck it on the Test the nation trail on BBC One, reminds me a little bit of St Etienne at the end, check out the video simple but cool
A beta of the new version of audacity is available for download. I haven’t used this myself but it comes highly recomended to me by sound engineers. I asked a few of them what a good package to buy for recording and editing sound would be and they all said don’t pay any money use this instead, multiple track recording and editing and completely free. I guess this is the audio equivilantn of what gimp is to photoshop.
Check it out