A film about motorbikes and surfboards, about snow covered mountain peaks and cold ocean water, about the ups and downs of a genuine road trip. Also about doods. Great footage, superb soundtrack and a beautiful takeaway message at the end: “Make the most of everything you have, be present, and don’t take life too seriously.“
Liquid moments of saltwater in motion, featuring some very pretty shades of blue: Mocean, a film by Chris Bryan.
Lots of German talk, but also many moving pictures that speak an universal language. 3000Grad Festival is always a good reason to spend summer in Central Europe.
Great landscapes, great videography, some nice waves, and some truly extreme conditions.
Nice shots of nice waves, ridden in true style. Nice boards. Nice soundtrack. Also some pretty big fish.
Always a good reason to spend summer in the beautiful North East of Germany: 3000Grad Festival.
The Bomb is a compelling audio-visual experience that opens a dark perspective on some of humanity’s highest technological achievements. Original soundtrack by The Acid. Available on Netflix.
Nice concept, nice landscapes, nice footage, nice editing, nice soundtrack, nice retro style boards.
Nice waves, nice boards, nice footage, great soundtrack.
Beautiful footage with a great soundtrack from a paddle session at Nazaré, Portugal’s infamous big wave spot.
Mellow Trip Hop meets contemporary Jazz meets field recording meets stunning nature videography: Joe Acheson and his imaginary orchestra present Wingbeats.
Boy’s got style. So does the film maker.
Following the remarkably successful musical journey of South American singer-songwriter La Yegros, this hour-long documentary tells about the rise of what some refer to as Digital Cumbia, others as Nu LatAm Sound.
It’s not big news that a great part of modern Hollywood productions is computer generated imagery. However, a look behind the scenes is still pretty mind-blowing.
Great surfer. Great style. Great waves. Great board. Great music. Great video. Great ocean love.
Actually what’s the difference between Jungle and Drum’n’Bass? I had no clue… until I watched this great little documentation about the rise of Jungle music in the UK. Via Dazed.
Ableton sponsored a beautiful little documentation about Minilogue, one of my favourite electronic music projects ever. The two guys tell about their workflow, what inspires them, and how they manage to get that huge load of feeling into their music. At the end of the video you will find two links, leading to a 23-minute…
Beautiful words and beautiful pictures about one of the best things I have done in my life.
An interesting documentary about a generation that is addicted to fame: Generation Like. Douglas Rushkoff gives insights in how social media became a substantial part of self-satisfaction, how smugness fuels consumerism, how the currency of ‘likes’ turns into actual currency, and how the consumer becomes its own marketer. Generation Like is available on Frontline. …