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The Wanderlust of #Vanlife

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In 2011, Foster Huntington created the #vanlife Instagram hashtag, and unexpectedly spawned hundreds of thousands of posts and a family of eager followers. It became a community of like-minded individuals who delight ...

NYC, 1981

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A short documentary that details one of the most violent years in New York City's history.

Boys React To Girls Playing Dungeons And Dragons (DnDnG)

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A short documentary that explores what happens when girls join a group of boys' weekly DnD game.

How Attached Cats Are To Their Owners?

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Prof Daniel Mills at University of Lincoln carried out a psychological test to prove that cats are different to humans and dogs. Cats do not have the same emotional attachments to their owner as much as humans and dog...

No Internet Week

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The Internet: It has taken over our lives and permeates every moment. It even has its own week. And it's the annual occurrence of Internet Week that made us think– have we become addicted to the internet? And if...

The Work Of Zina Nicole Lahr

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Knowing that Zina passed away just days after this was shot colors the viewing experience. In August 2013 my friend Zina asked if I could shoot a video for her portfolio. She needed something that would showcase he...

How Neon Signs Are Made

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Neon Lights, Nostalgia and Night: A Documentary about the dying art of Neon sign making featuring the shop Let There Be Neon.

No Credentials – A Documentary about the Intersection of Photography and Electronic Music

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No Credentials is a film about the phenomenal intersection of photography and electronic music. We've spent the last few years documenting electronic dance culture and we felt it was time to pull the curtain back on t...

The Most Intricate Ship In A Bottle Dioramas

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Ray Gascoigne has been around boats his whole life, as a shipwright, a merchant sailor, and now as a ship builder on the smallest dry dock there is: a bottle. This short film, by Smith Journal and Melbourne-based prod...