Category Archives: Video

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Burning Man: The Musical

Silicon Valley meets Rent in Burning Man: The Musical, a crowdfunded project that poses the very 21st century question: "What would Steve Jobs do?"


Milkywhale: Birds of Paradise

Producer/director Magnús Leifsson made this video for Milkywhale, a music-and-dance project by Melkorka Sigríður Magnúsdóttir, who worked with musician Árni Rúnar Hlöðversson (of electropop band FM Belfast) on pop songs to showcase her choreography. The cinematography is by Arró; it was edited by Sigurður Eyþórsson, … more »


Darth Punk: The Funk Awakens

Today's Internet oddity is this electronic dance music video featuring a Daft Punk knock-off duo dressed as Darth Vader and Boba Fett. It's the creation Infectious Designer, a filmmaking team of "five painfully cool geeks": Brian Curtin, Matt Hall, Mat Powell, … more »


How to Stay Awake (Without Caffeine)

No, it's not always ideal to load up on caffeine just to get through a marathon editing session. (For one thing, jitters. For another, bathroom breaks.) Here are some less disruptive ideas for giving yourself enough of a boost to stay … more »


Chvrches: Leave a Trace

Every camera angle on Chvrches singer Lauren Mayberry adds a new dimension to the smoky, carefully lighted environment created by directors Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones (through Black Dog Films). Tim Maurice Jones was the DP.


San Pellegrino: Are You a Foodie?

Directorial duo Parallel (Quentin Baillieux and Raphaëlle Tinland), working via Hornet and Eddy, created this CG spot for Ogilvy, imagining whimsical pop-up book tableaux as a way to position Pellegrino as a key ingredient in a delicious meal. 


Pistol Shot Recorded at 73,000 Frames per Second

The Mythbusters team busts out a Vision Research Phantom V2010 running at 73,000 fps to capture the exquisite smoke and debris patterns generated when a bullet is fired at 1,200 feet/sec. The camera's resolution is limited at that frame rate, but … more »


Introducing The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Comedy Central takes a cheeky approach to the introduction of Trevor Noah in this first promo for the new incarnation of The Daily Show, which premieres next month.


The Reason Every Meme Uses That One Font

Get your daily dose of design history with this explainer on the origins of Impact—the official typeface of Internet memes.

A Stiff-Necked People by Nina Paley

A Stiff-Necked People

StudioDaily favorite Nina Paley, whose stunning Sita Sings the Blues retold stories from ancient Hindu epic the Ramayana to the tunes of early jazz singer Annette Hanshaw, is back with "A Stiff-Necked People," an excerpt from the Biblical book of Exodus set to the … more »