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The Best Picture Oscar-winner gets one last push from Fox Searchlight in this mock TV spot for a vintage Birdman action figure with, well, a slightly crusty vocabulary.
Is that an android eating a sandwich? In just 39 seconds, actor Chadd Smith (Step Up 3D) demonstrates how much you can do with a solid performance and some well-chosen sound effects.
3D cartooning is nothing but trouble in this mock animation tutorial by Nathan Hibberd that plays a little like a miniature Looney Tunes short set entirely inside Autodesk Maya. [via CartoonBrew]
Turns out "Weird Al" Yankovic makes more than just funny music videos these days.
Baltimore agency Exit10 wished its clients happy holidays with a winter-themed video showing staff getting … well, getting hit in the face with snowballs. It was shot at 1500fps with the Vision Research Miro M320s high-speed camera.
Call it a very Marvel Christmas Carol: the latest seasonal mashup from editor James Covenant, who brought us this Jean-Luc Picard classic last year, features a wacky coda from Guardians of the Galaxy's Groot.
Vocal chameleon Anthony Vincent, also known as Ten Second Songs, takes the Michael Jackson classic around the block in this hit YouTube video posted just in time for Halloween.
Musician Andrew Huang (no relation to previously featured filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang) breaks down his version of the 1980s classic by German pop band Nena with split screens in a clever video promo for his tour of Germany and the U.K.
This short about a lonely traveler and a magic laptop warns: be careful what you wish for — especially if it involves roping in other people against their will. It's directed by Spencer Susser, edited by Susser and Daniel Cloud …
Nothing too serious going on right here, as martial-arts master Ken Poe (Matt Page) of web series Enter the Dojo demonstrates 100 ways to go for the cheap shot. The YouTube comedy series is produced in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by RiffRaff …