Luc Besson’s latest film looks like it’s going to be pretty good:
Here’s a great anti-speeding advertisement out of New Zealand that really makes you think:
Red Bull always makes such cool videos and their latest one doesn’t disappoint. This guy is so talented — I wish I could ride just half as good!
Want more? Check out this previous Red Bull video that also features Danny MacAskill.
Proof that anyone can nod their head to a Daft Punk song.
The Russian indie band Biting Elbows apparently does the coolest music videos ever. These two are really worth watching, especially the second one. Very original.
Warning: if you’re easily offended by violence, these videos aren’t for you.
This is the craziest racing I’ve ever seen. It’s like the Isle of Man TT but instead of racing the clock, they’re racing each other at the same time! Nuts.
The video documents the (usually) very peaceful life of a fire lookout in the Gardner Lookout on the East Peak of Mt. Tamalpais in Marin County, California. I’ve been a Marin County Fire Department volunteer lookout for two years and deeply love the mountain and the peace it brings to us here in the Bay Area. Perhaps this 6-minute video will convey some of the emotions I feel when sitting (and sleeping) on her peak.
[via Colby Aley's Twitter stream]
As you probably know, I’m a sucker for time-lapse videos, especially ones from here in the northwest. Here’s another great one I came across that shows off the beauty of this wonderful part of the States.
When I was in Italy last month to meet up with some of my co-workers, we took a chartered bus from where we were staying near Assisi into Rome. For fun, I stuck my GoPro camera onto the windshield in time-lapse mode, shooting a photo every 1 second for the duration of the 3-4 hour trip.
I took the 9788 photos it took before it’s battery died (I forgot to use the battery booster pack) and turned them into this pretty cool video:
Hint: if you want to see it in super quality, change the Quality control up to “Original” to see the full resolution (2592×1944 pixels).