An interesting documentary looking at the life of the Amish. We don’t often get this perspective of people who are not used to mobile phones, the world wide web and other things.
An interview with the founder of Gopro. There are some interesting and amusing moments. Fun to see how so little capital could build something that would grow to become so popular over a number of years.
No need for a camera operator when filming something like this. Self shot works as well. Not as deceptive as yesterday’s video.
Biting Elbows – ‘Bad Motherfucker’ (Insane Office Escape 2) from Ilya Naishuller on Vimeo. A fun first person film that stands out from the rest.
Vimeo On Demand: Sell your work, your way from Vimeo Staff on Vimeo. Equipment is going down in price and information on how to produce good quality content is spreading. As a result of both these trends people like Vimeo and youtube can take advantage of the shift. Applying to work for mainstream media is no longer a must. What you do need to find are the right people with the right motivation to work alongside you. Once that is…
TAKE MY PICTURE from GARAGE Magazine on Vimeo. This short feature would benefit from interviews with the photographers rather than commentators commenting. How do the photographers think about their craft. How do those who are photographed view what is taking place. Why do they do it.
I would like to see more climbing documentaries where there is a timelapse of people making their way up. They look like ants rather than humans as a result. That part is 2 minutes and 20 seconds in.
EVERYDAY from Gustav Johansson on Vimeo. What would you do if you had an eight day week rather than seven. An over the phone dialogue with moments in the day of these two people.
A short documentary about web comics.
This is a fun water experiment.