Saturday, August 5, 2017

Short Films and Videos (Ongoing Archive)




4:44 by Jay Z (TNEG, 2017: 8 mins and 11 secs)

A Juice Box Afternoon (USA: Lily Baldwin, 2014: 8 mins)

Alright by Kendrick Lamar (USA: Colin Tilley, 2015: 6 mins and 54 secs)

Animals by Ghost of a Sabre Tooth Tiger (USA: Rich Ragsdale, 2014: 5 mins)

Beautiful Dreamer (USA: David Gaddie, 2016: 26 mins and 11 secs)

Beat the Devil  (USA: Tony Scott, 2002: 9 mins)

Belhaven Meridian by Shabazz Palaces (Khalil Joseph, 2010: 3 mins and 25 secs)

Black America Again (USA: Bradford Young, 2016: 21 mins)

Black Up (Khalil Joseph, 2011: 4 mins and 49 secs)

The Crimson Permanent Assurance (UK: Terry Gilliam, 1983: 16 mins)

Fang, Lee and Leighton Akio Woodhouse. "Video: How White Nationalism Became Normalized Online." The Intercept (August 25, 2017)

Formation by Beyonce (USA: Melina Matsoukas, 2016: 3 mins and 26 secs)

House of Cards by Radiohead (Directed by James Frost, 2007: 4 mins and 32 seconds) ["These ephemeral bursts emanate from the 2008 music video for Radiohead’s “House of Cards” by director James Frost and technology director Aaron Koblin. The ethereal video holds a special place in music video history as the first to be created using high-tech scanning and laser systems to capture and then visualize chunks of 3-D information. Scanners, including the Lidar scanner used by Frost and Koblin, work by sending light pulses across a surface area and then measuring the time it takes for the light to return to the scanner. Each pulse of light that is emitted and then returned is placed within a representation known as a point cloud. Together, the points create a trace of the surface that they have measured. Frost and Koblin worked with scientists and technology experts from UCLA to make the video, inaugurating, whether they intended to or not, a shift in cinematic practice. The video’s point-cloud aesthetic eschews human perception and photographic representation as its foundation, turning instead to processes of scanning, tracing, and layering that relinquish the human body as their measure, and that forgo light as their foundation." - source Holly Willis (August 13, 2017)]

In God We Trust (USA: Jason Reitman, 2000: 16 mins)

"Jared Leto Stars in a New Prequel to Blade Runner 2049: Watch It Free Online." Open Culture (August 31, 2017)

Just by Radiohead (Directed by Jamie Thraves, 1995: 4 mins and 15 seconds)

Knights of Cydonia by Muse (Directed by Joseph Kohn, 2006: 6 mins and 5 seconds)

La jetée (France: Chris Marker, 1962: 28 mins)

The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala (Canada collective, 2015)

Madea (USA: Ben Caldwell, 1973: 6 mins and 49 seconds)

Meshes of the Afternoon (USA: Maya Deren and Alexander Hammid, 1943: 14 mins)

Umshini Wam by Die Antwoord (Harmony Korine, 2011: 15 mins)

Un Chien Andalou (France: Luis Buñuel, 1929: 16 mins)

The Suburbs (USA: Spike Jonze, 2010: 5 mins and 47 secs)

Until the Quiet Comes by Flying Lotus (Kahlil Joseph, 2013: 4 mins)




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