Curt: The Story of Surfings Oldest Grom

We were concerned because his actions were different as a little tiny baby. And we went to.. I don’t remember the dotors name, I wouldn’t tell you anyway. He did an analysis and he looked at us both and said, “you will have to institutionalize him.” And when we got in the car I said, “Fielden, what were you thinking when the doctor said that?” And she exactly the same thing I was thinking, “I’ll be god damned!”

full documentary:

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Murmuration from Islands & Rivers on Vimeo.

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Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Flailing Tube Man

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I don’t know Lloyd, the French are assholes.


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paper airplane machine

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artistic freestyle board-skater

Daniel Gesmer in “87 Dreams of a Lifetime” (1988)

simply incredible

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the pixel painter

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Jerry Seinfeld on skateboarding

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In Saturn’s Rings

First official trailer for In Saturn’s Rings.
The film was made by combining over 1,000,000 photos from NASA’s Cassini-Huygens, Apollo 8-17, Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), Hubble Space Telescope, Messenger Spacecraft, Suomi NPP (VIIRS), Galileo, Voyager 1 & 2, Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), amongst others…

The film is 100% created using only flat 2D photographs (often hundreds or thousands per frame) stitched together for massive hundred megapixel+ resolutions that are scaled and zoomed using techniques developed by the filmmaker, based on Ken Burns and 2.5D photo animation processes.
No 3D models, texture mapping, 3D CGI, camera projection, cloning or painting or any other VFX techniques are used – every pixel is what was captured in the photograph. The photographs are processed as minimally as possible – much less than your average Instagram photo.

I highly recommend full-screen HD.

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