• Gary Hustwit Releases Trailer for New Documentary, Rams

    by / September 20, 2018 / Filmmaker, Gary Hustwit, has released the trailer for his upcoming documentary about design icon, Dieter Rams. Hustwit, known for his design-based documentary films (Helvetica and Objectified) has been working on this exploration of the life and career of Dieter Rams for the past few years. From what we can tell in this trailer, it looks like Hustwit has found another great design vein to explo[Read More]

  • The Need to Be Alone

    by / September 19, 2018 / Filmmakers,Tom Fisher and Catherine Prowse, have compiled a meaningful and engaging short about the benefits of being along. The Need to be Alone is about an introvert and how his time alone makes him a better friend. The short was done in collaboration with Alain de Botton for The School Of Life, and carries with it an important message—one that we too often forget. In our social media engage[Read More]

  • The Floral Resurrection of Monet

    by / August 20, 2018 / We came across a fantastic short documentary about Monet, his gardens, and how he gathered inspiration from his surroundings. Claude Monet led the way in art history as the father of French Impressionism. But his paintings of water lilies and peonies weren’t confined to canvas. In addition to his work as a painter, Monet maintained stunning gardens, the inspiration for his masterpieces. T[Read More]

  • SDCC Drops Glass Trailer

    by / July 26, 2018 / There is always so much good stuff coming out of San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). Amongst this year's gems was the trailer for third installment in M. Night Shyamalan "super hero" series, Glass. The film brings together the hero and anti-heros from 2000's Unbreakable and 2016's Split into one huge mind scramble of an action film. Are they supers, or are they just humans? This one is going to be fantast[Read More]

  • Animator, Matt Seely’s New Reel Shows Wide Range of Talent

    by / June 21, 2018 / Animator, Matt Seely, recently dropped his 2018 animation role. His work is a throwback to mid 90's to 2000's style animation. What we especially appreciated is that all the work contained in his reel is the result of work he did on his own. In an age where we generally need to rely on a crew of people to get anything done, it's nice to know the one man show still exists out there. [Read More]

  • A Garbage Story Makes Trash Look Amazing

    by / May 2, 2018 / A Garbage Story is a fantastic short documentary from Brooklyn-based studio, rota6. The short seven minute film follows Nick DiMola, a bonafide trash connoisseur, as he remembers a career spent digging through the discarded items of others. Some of the treasures he's picked up along the way are amazing. If you're into "junking" ( ™DDC Industries ;), then this a great short to spend a few minut[Read More]