08
Dec 10

City Short – Sao Paulo

This beautifully shot piece by Award- winning filmmaker Marcelo Galvão focuses on the city of Sao Paulo Brazil.  Galvão talks to architect Letícia Nobell, designers Fernando and Humberto Campana and architects Triptyque about how the city inspires them. Courtesy of  Wallpaper Magazine.

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TreVZ


08
Dec 10

New Pop Vintage 2008 – Writers Block

In 2008 the artist RIP MC approached me to document a spoken word event produced by a collective of artist called Writers Block. This event held at The Bowery Poets club was all the buzz on the scene, I was excited to see what all the fuss was about.  From the moment I entered the establishment you could feel the energy in the air.  It reminded me of the late 90′s Poetry Slam scene at The Nuyorican Poets Cafe.  On this particular night Theophilus London was the featured artist.  We had featured Theophilus on a few of our webisodes and I had listened to his much hyped mixtape Jam, but I didn’t know what to expect from his live act.  That night he gave an energized performance that blew everyone away.  To this date this is one of the most spiritual and energized events I have ever documented.

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TrevZ


07
Dec 10

Times Square – Then & Now

Another brilliant piece from the folks from the NY Times granted you can ignore the annoying ad that runs at the bottom of the movie window.

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TreVZ


06
Dec 10

Pagani vs Lamborghini – Need For Speed

I am fascinated with video trailers made for the gaming industry. From the Indie Game the Movie web series to the Crysis 2 cinematic trailer. This genre is making the most of viral media in a way that should be inspiring to every new media filmmaker out there.  Here is the latest super cool trailer from EA sport for the game Need for Speed Hot Pursuit. It’s a really cool chase sequence that looks like a video game.  You can also find the making of link here.

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TreVZ


04
Dec 10

Panasonic Lumix TV commercial

Many snobby videographers (myself included) love to poke fun at the sudden influx of photographers and scenesters to the world of video.  The invention of the DSLR video cameras opened the floodgates for novice filmmakers to encroach on our scene man.  Well it seems like Panasonic has taken a shot at the novice photographer with a very funny ad featuring the new Panasonic Lumix point and shoot camera.  Welcome to my world Shutterbugs.

Thanks to my cousin Shawn Sandy for sending me this from his blog.

TreVZ


04
Dec 10

Tiny Feature Saturday’s – 2019: A Future Imagined

Here is a cerebral piece from visual futurist and concept artist Syd Mead. He is best known for his designs in Blade RunnerAliens, and Tron (The Original). In this piece Mead reflects upon the nature of creativity and how it drives the future.  It’s is a fascinating insight into one of the most creative minds in Sci-fi cinema.

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TreVz


03
Dec 10

Mashup – Michael Jordan Response to Lebron Commercial

If you haven’t been following the Lebron James drama that has been going on for the past year or so this may not make much sense to you.  A couple of months ago I posted the Lebron James commercial What Should I do which was a response to all those who criticized his Decision.  This commercial brought on even more criticism because it was seen as further proof that Lebron just didn’t get it.  Well someone posted a video mashup using an old Michael Jordan commercial to respond to Lebron’s ad.  It is pretty brilliant because it expresses through MJ’s voice the main accusation that Lebron is full of excuses.  It is something like this that makes me really appreciate the power of the web.

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TreVZ


02
Dec 10

As if to Nothing

Here is a pretty powerful excerpt from a larger work by Andreas Templin titled as if to nothing. According to his website “As if to Nothing comprises of a selection of statistical data of the earth and its population. This data, created by various governmental and intergovernmental sources and displayed in a specific and subjective interdependency” This piece reminds me of the cerebral flash art pieces that use to make up the artistic web landscape in the late 90′s early 2000′s. For more info log onto Andreas blog.

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TreVZ


01
Dec 10

Indie Game: The Movie – Growing Up Edmund

This is another video from my new favorite viral series promoting the upcoming feature length documentary Indie Game: The Movie. This episode profiles a prolific gamer Edmund McMillen. He talks about his inspiration behind the game Aether, and how feeling isolated as a child inspired him to create his characters.  Directed by James Swirsky and Lisanne Pajot this film is a fascinating look into the mind of the indie game creators.  They are truly the Harvey Pekar’s and Robert Crumbs of our generation.

For more info about the film log onto the Indie Game website.

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TrevZ