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How one filmmaker uses 360 video for social justice

Shannon Carroll is determined to use visual storytelling to aid social justice causes and nonprofits. As the creative director at Vivid Story, a production agency, she focuses on finding new ways to tell personal stories: through videos, she inspires feelings … Continue reading

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Nothing at Stake

In this video essay, Kogonada, the director of COLUMBUS (2017), examines how Alfonso Cuarón’s ROMA imbues memories of everyday life in early-1970s Mexico City with the grand sweep of history.

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Sci-Fi Short Film “Travelooper” presented by DUST

Desperately shy Graham believes he is destined to always be alone. Caught in a time loop, he sees a vision of his future evolving along with the city he lives in. Finally Graham knows what he must do.

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America, As In Us.

Five vignettes across America revealing the resilience of the immigrant fabric of our country amidst the Trump administration’s current and proposed policies. Created by Even/Odd for Lyft as part of americaisanidea.com –– a bold and timely collection of films, photojournalism, … Continue reading

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The Land Artist

Jon Foreman: Portrait of a Land Artist. Filmed at Lindsway Bay in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Shot on a Sony FS700 with Odyssey 7Q+. Aerials with a DJI Inspire 1. Graded with Impulz Luts. Sound FX with Lens Distortion’s ‘Archetype SFX’ package.. … Continue reading

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‘Evolution’ Captures Every Microscopic Detail of Insect and Plant Life as It Unfolds

“Evolution,” directed by French video artist Thomas Blanchard (previously), offers an otherwise undetectable look at the minute movements of natural life. The macro-view project shows the first signs of flowers blossoming, in addition to glimpses of dozens of insect legs scurrying … Continue reading

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Xwisten Nation – Cultural Burning

The Indigenous cultural burning storytelling and practices project is a companion initiative to the “Revitalizing traditional burning: Integrating Indigenous cultural values into wildfire management and climate change adaptation planning” project. The Indigenous cultural burning storytelling and practices project facilitated an … Continue reading

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A Digital Conversion Miraculously Clarifies a Classic 1896 Film to Look Like It Was Shot Yesterday

Denis Shiryaev has found a way to clarify the world’s earliest films and their signature grainy textures. He transformed the classic 1896 The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station into a 50-second film that suddenly reveals distinct faces … Continue reading

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Sci-Fi Short Film “LIVE” | A DUST Exclusive Premiere

“LIVE” written & directed by Taryn O’Neill Logline: Under the eye of an A.I. camera system, an online ‘livecaster’ with a volatile brand has a crisis of conscience in a future where jobs are limited and conflict is currency. Short … Continue reading

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Volvo ‘The Birdman’

Director – D.A.R.Y.L. Production Company – Pulse Films Producer – Drew O’Neill Agency – Grey London Creative Director – Andy Lockley Director of Photography – Ben Fordesman Colourist – Matthieu Toullet The story of an ornithologist who’s remarkable work is … Continue reading

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