Life in a Day

The Video Section

Thousands of people in the world contributed to this beautiful documentary ‘Life in a Day’.

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The man who walked around the world

The Video Section

Superb storytelling by Johnny Walker. A gold lions winner at Cannes 2010 made by BBH London.

Finding Vivian Maier

Art & Photography

Vivian Maier was an extremely talented street photographer from the 1950s – 1990s. When she died more than 100,000 pictures were left behind. The photos proved the best kept secret in the industry. Vivian’s work was discovered at an auction in Chicago where she lived most of her life. During the auctioning of thousands of films, photographs and negatives experts discovered that Vivian Maier unquestionably was the best photographer of her time.

John Maloof and Anthony Rydzon had the idea to search for this remarkable woman in a documentary and needed Kickstarter.com, an crowdsourcing way to finance creative projects, to get the required $ 20,000 of funding together. They found through Kickstarter more than 1,400 fans that backed up this great idea and got more than $ 100,000 dollars. Finding Vivian Maier is now in production.

You can watch the video here: http://kck.st/ftfLQq

Violating the laws of nature

The Video Section

Locked in a Vegas Hotel Room with a Phantom Flex from Tom Guilmette on Vimeo.

Michael Marantz

The Video Section

Michael Marantz made this beautiful video about NASA. Quote: ‘NASA is the most fascinating, adventurous, epic institution ever devised by human beings, and their media sucks. Seriously. None of their brilliant scientists appear to know how to connect with the social media crowd, which is now more important than ever. In fact, NASA is an institution whose funding directly depends on how the public views them’.

In the next video he explains about being a “passion creative” in other words a social media content producer. He shares that besides creativity, business and technology are important to him.

Michael Marantz – Social Media Content Producer