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NOWNESS: Sooyeon Lee “Grand Slam” Film

Korean table tennis champion, actress and former model Sooyeon Lee challenges herself to a high-fashion endurance match in today’s film by NOWNESS contributor Matthew Donaldson. It’s more than an interesting spin on fashion meets spor...

ksubi “kolors” Film by Daniel Askill

Australian fashion label ksubi toast the long-awaited return of their colored denim range, with a short film directed by Australian director Daniel Askill. “Kolors” is a fume-fuelled, slow-motion battle between three color-clad models...

Meet Your Maker

“Meet Your Maker” is a new short film presented by Asylum Artists. The piece follows the journey of a hand-built guitar with stringed instrument maker Joe Yanuziello. Joe made his first guitar back in 1979 and since then its been a la...

Thunder Soul Trailer

Back in the 1970s, a music teacher by the name of Conrad “Prof” Johnson would reinvigorate the tired and often boring stage band with his own infusion of contemporary funk, jazz and soul. Featuring Jamie Foxx among the executive produ...

Page One: Inside The New York Times (Trailer)

Ever since the meteoric rise of the internet and social media, many traditional media outlets have faltered in their ability to adapt. Arguably the world’s most well-known and important media outlets, The New York Times finds itself at a cr...

Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon Trailer

In what looks to be one of the blockbuster action movies of 2011, the summer release of Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon is teased with this new trailer. With an angry and seemingly betrayed Optimus Prime leading the charge, the movie offers a te...

X-Men: First Class Trailer Part 2

Here’s a look at the latest trailer from the upcoming film X-Men: First Class. Starring actors James McAvoy as Charles Xavier and Michael Fassbender as Erik Lehnsherr, the latest installment in the X-Men series takes us back to the period j...

Tupac “The Lost Tapes” Interview

After the FBI’s vault revealed documents regarding Tupac’s death, more never-before-released information on the iconic rapper has appeared online. This time, however, it comes in the shape of an interview with him during his time spen...

The “Life in a Day” Trailer

On July 24, 2010, The Life in a Day project began on the momentum of thousands of uploaded videos via YouTube. Subsequently made into a 90-minute documentary, the video offers insights from a global audience who each share their intimate emotions...

Bottega Veneta: Viaggio Notturno

Under the lead of creative director Thomas Maier, Italian luxury brand Bottega Veneta has just debuted its first fashion film, Viaggio Notturno (Night Journey). Directed by Christian Weber and shot at the Setai Hotel in New York City, this dark s...

Harmony Korine & James Franco “Rebel” Preview

The hype is building for a new short film from Harmony Korine and James Franco, titled Rebel. No concrete details are available at the moment but Franco recently leaked a NSFW image as well as the video above through his Twitter account. A premie...

The Bicycle City Trailer

What happens to an impoverished developing nation town when you flood it with 20,000 bicycles? You lift three times that number of people out of poverty. Pedals for Progress, and founder David Schweidenback, have been shipping used American bicyc...

Alfa Primo: Tune for Two

Although this latest piece from Alfa Primo has been floating around the net for a bit, it’s always cool to see creativity at its finest when it comes to film. “Tune for Two” is only 2:41 long but it follows a witty storyline tha...

The Hangover Part 2 Trailer

The Hangover Part 2 doesn’t deviate far from the original hit’s plotline as a missing groom is exchanged in favor of the missing bride’s little brother. Bangkok, Thailand is the focal point of the movie as you follow the likes o...

The Upsetter: The Life and Music of Lee Scratch Perry Film Trailer

The Upsetter tells the fascinating story of Lee “Scratch” Perry, a visionary musician and artist from poor rural Jamaica who journeyed to the big city in the late 1950s with dreams of making it in the burgeoning record industry. Lee P...