The short film starts in London, before heading to the Californian desert, a natural place of solitude; beautiful and serene, the environment mirrors the consciousness of the runner in flow.
He then crash back to the city with long-sought answers and a renewed vision.
The film is described as being about “that moment in your run when you
glimpse the path before you and understand that what you do today will
define your tomorrow. It’s about realising your dreams and seeing their potential, about
aspiring for more and finding the momentum to take you there.”
Titled “Hope and Road,” the short film is part of Saucony’s “#runyourworld”
project, which looks at the brand’s 100 years of running heritage and
its place in modern culture.
In this episode of Like Art, Creators spends the day with Daniel Arnold, a photographer who has gained rapid success on social media for
his spontaneous, candid portraits of every day city life.
Exploring New York and its iconic locations via subway and on foot,
Daniel has developed a unique perspective, capturing unsuspecting
subjects photographed in a fleeting moment that reveals their awkward,
authentic, and beautiful humanity.
In the heart of Times Square, Daniel sets out to teach host Oz Woloshyn
how to find the uncommon shot with a disposable camera, and shares his
philosophy on life and art.
This is a short film on the centenary Trans-Siberian Railway.
J.J. Guillermo embarked in August 2017 expecting to live a romantic long train journey,
but it wasn’t only that: he enjoyed 2 weeks of absorbing and great
experiences, both on the train and in the cities he visited.
He departed from Moscow and stopped in Ekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Baikal
Lake and Ulan-Ude, the formerly closed city in which we took the
Trans-Mongolian route to UlaanBaatar to after visit the spectacular
101 years after it was completed, the Trans-Siberian still keeps the tranquility and nostalgia of an historical ride.
SOLO NYC is an intimate look at the trials and triumphs of New York’s rising class of creative freelancers.
min documentary film, directed by award-winning creative and
independent filmmaker Daniel Soares, is AND CO's first film exploring
the future workforce.
About SOLO NYC:
In the alleyways, back kitchens and matchbox studios tucked away in
countless of bustling, yet remarkably unglamorous, neighborhoods wedged
within the most vibrant city in the world, there’s magic is happening.
Every damn day.
New York’s professional style understated yet relentless. Showing up,
doing your best—and doing things a little differently—is the mantra of
millions of people who rise with the sun to chase their dreams.
little luck and a lot of sweat, millions of men and women are making
their career ambitions happen, and doing so outside of the traditional
Stormzy has released a short film which shares a name with his triumphant debut album released earlier this year Gang Signs & Prayer.
Directed by music video director and documentary maker Rollo Jackson,
the film is a visual testament to Stormzy’s life and upbringing which
incorporates "Return of the Rucksack", "Bad Boys" and "100 Bags" from
his album as the soundtrack.
"Young youts like myself, that grow up in the hood, we often don't know
that we are actually the masters of our own destiny", says Stormzy.
"There are so many things that steer us in the wrong direction however,
we decide what happens in our own lives and like my album, I endeavoured
for this film to portray just that. Derived from my album Gang Signs & Prayer, and written and directed by the legend that is Rollo, I'll let the visual do the talking".
For their latest campaign, Volvo
brilliantly amplified an original speech by philosopher Alan Watts,
recorded in 1959, against visuals that inspire to live your best life.
"You reach a point in life when you have to choose. Career over passion.
Work over play. It’s when surfers turn CEOs. Photographers turn lawyers.
Fly-fishers turn doctors. Mountain climbers turn engineers."
"It's when you put a piece of yourself on hold. And as time passes, the
things you used to love doing, start to fade away. This is a reminder to
not forget what you love. All the activities that you once embraced."
This inspiring video will remind you to live fully now.
Several scenes in the film involve re-enactments and references to
scenes from the contemporaneous Madonna tour documentary, Truth or Dare,
such as Gordon complaining about "industry people" in the front row, or
Cobain, introduced as "Costner" telling Sonic Youth that their show was
At a screening of the film at the 2008 All Tomorrow's Parties
festival in Monticello, New York, Markey mentioned that the working
title for the film was Tooth or Hair, as a further play on this
connection. A home video VHS was released by the David Geffen Company on
April 13, 1993.
French artist Lucas Beaufort has always been a huge fan of print magazines.
Since March 2016, he traveled the globe to meet the most influential
skateboard media to get their opinion about the future of print.
The documentary follows Lucas in his journeys across Europe, US, Japan and
Australia to meet those who spend their life documenting skateboarding.
“My name is Lucas Beaufort, I’m a 35 years old french artist obsessed with skateboarding. I’ve always been a huge fan of print magazines, I collect every single piece since I was able to read. Since
March 2016, I’ve travelled the globe across Europe, US, Japan and
Australia to meet the most influential skateboard media to get their
opinion about the future of print. DEVOTED is a tribute to people who spent their life documenting skateboarding.”
For all of those who love print. If you’re into skatemags and skateboarding, you should watch this.
It was the first major swell to hit Nias in the 2017 season, Torren Martyn's feet were itching to escape his backyard of Byron Bay and a
flight was leaving in just a couple of days – what some would call the
perfect storm of circumstance and the perfect impromptu adventure.
After six months of scientifically advanced training, three of the
world’s most elite distance runners, Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya, Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia, and Zersenay Tadese of Eritrea, along with an elite group of physiologist, set out to break the two-hour
The group then hit the road together in Fuerteventura/ Canary Islands
for a week long adventure of cycling, skating and exploration.
For one week, the whole crew stayed at the Casa Maccaroni, in Lajares,
which is located in the middle of a desert pierced by only a few little
volcanoes, in the north part of the island. From there they would cycle
to spots on a average 45 km a day. Going to cities and villages,
skating, coming back.
With no training, this trip turned out to be pretty tough for the
skaters, but made them realize skate tours can be more than just sitting
in a van to get to spots. A memorable experience for most of them.
'Food From Home' is a series that represents the many food stories we all have.
In this episode, Filmmaker & Creator of Food Talkies, Andrew Gooi, shares the story behind the dish he grew up loving. Introduced to
him by his grandmother, the Pig Trotter Vinegar Soup is a Chinese dish
combining sweet & sour flavors.
Andrew returns to his hometown in
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to capture his grandmother's story as she shares
this dish with us.
For the recipe to this dish & to watch more 'Food From Home' films, visit: foodtalkies.com
The customer knows best, so the adage goes, and the crew at FORMER are
giving the people what they want: a new eight-minute premium short
starring Mr. Reynolds in Portugal, South Oz, and more.
It’s good to know
that, amid the hustle that comes with wearing the cufflinks in a new
business venture, Dane still finds the time to remind the world why he’s
a talent the surf world pays to see, even if it’s in the form of
graphic tees and totes.
Photographer Richard Seymour has gone inside Leica's factory in Wetzlar, Germany, to create a 4-minute short film documenting how the beautiful Leica M10 is made.
The M10 is created from 1,100 individual components, including 30
brass-milled components, 126 screws, and 17 optical elements, all of
which are put together with incredible precision by Leica specialists.
The result is one of the most beautiful digital rangefinders on the
Every fan of good photography and good design should give this a watch.