Because We’re Visual Oh we just love communicating through vlogs, webcams and YouTube! So it’s only natural that we’re seeing a mega influx of Extreme Film/Music Video Make Overs (a.k.a. re-edits of already used footage with the purpose of turning things around into something completely different).How does it work? You take a look at silly-tastic home-made videos posted online until you spot a recurring theme that captures your imagination – for instance, “people dancing in their basement” (as seen in the mashup vid for Dancing to The End of Poverty). If you’re feeling rebellious, you can also chat a bit and choreograph the material in advance using Masashi Kawamura, Hal Kirkland and Who-Fu’s method for Hibi No Neiro. But be sure to maintain an air of  authentic real-life strangers interactingon the interwebz! This Belgian-made collage which premiered at IDFA takes it one step further, showing how teenagers nowadays translate love-relations, friendships and disappointments into 0 and 1 bit language. Don’t be shy, YouTube yourself!

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    Lo/No Budget

    title:

    Hibi No Neiro

    artist:

    Sour

    director:

    Masashi Kawamura, Hal Kirkland and Who-Fu

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    Hibi No Neiro on SubmarineChannel Blog


     

    Life is Music

    Sour

    Director: Masashi Kawamura and Kota Iguchi


    Hibi No Neiro

    Because We’re Visual

    Oh we just love communicating through vlogs, webcams and YouTube! So it’s only natural that we’re seeing a mega influx of Extreme Film/Music Video Make Overs (a.k.a. re-edits of already used footage with the purpose of turning things around into something completely different).How does it work? You take a look at silly-tastic home-made videos posted online until you spot a recurring theme that captures your imagination – for instance, “people dancing in their basement” (as seen in the mashup vid for Dancing to The End of Poverty). If you’re feeling rebellious, you can also chat a bit and choreograph the material in advance using Masashi Kawamura, Hal Kirkland and Who-Fu’s method for Hibi No Neiro. But be sure to maintain an air of  authentic real-life strangers interactingon the interwebz!

    This Belgian-made collage which premiered at IDFA takes it one step further, showing how teenagers nowadays translate love-relations, friendships and disappointments into 0 and 1 bit language.

    Don’t be shy, YouTube yourself!

    Tags: crowd-sourced


    Lo/No Budget

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    What can you do on a shoestring budget? A lot! There are some great clips made by resourceful directors that prove that you don’t need busloads to make something worth watching.

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