documentaries

Collapsus

Collapsus is a new take on the documentary. This 40 minute documentary, which is available online, sketches our future during what is called ‘peak oil’, the moment oil production is at its maximum. The expected effects of this on our lives...
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Art & Copy

Tonight I’m checking out the award winning documentary Art & Copy by Doug Pray. It reveals the work and wisdom of some of the most influential advertising creatives of our time – people who have influenced our culture, yet are virtually...
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Lemonade

Pretty funny how things sometimes seem to pop up right when they apply to your personal situation. Lemonade is one of those things. The movie evolves around what people who were once paid to be creative for a living do when they’re laid off? They get...
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The Cove

Last night I watched the multiple award winning documentary The Cove, and I must say it knocked me of my feet. It tells the story of the brutal slaughter of tens of thousands of dolphins in Taiji, Japan. It is the story of Ric O’Barry, the man who...
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RiP: A remix Manifesto

I posted about this great documentary back in may. For those of you who have missed this post, RiP: A Remix Manifesto is a documentary film about what our current culture of filesharing etc. is doing to copyright etc. Very interesting stuff. But what...
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Vans: Stories of Sole

In 1966, Paul Van Doren opened his small shop in Anahem, California. Here he sold simple rubber and canvas shoes. On his first day he sold a dozen, which then were made to order since there was no back stock yet. Within a few years, skateboarders the...
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