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I Know That Voice Trailer – A Documentary on Voice Over & Voice Acting

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 11, 2012
People like Billy West, June Foray and Kevin Conroy don’t have the most recognizable names in the entertainment industry, because it’s only their voices that we all know so well. I Know That Voice is a new documentary that gathers some of...

James Bowthorpe Builds a Raft Out of New York Trash to Reach the Hudson River

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 11, 2012
London-born filmmaker, activist and adventurer James Bowthorpe has circumnavigated the world on a bicycle in the name of Parkinson’s research. He has just announced a new film project, where he and his team will build a boat from waste collecte...

KONY 2012: Part II – Beyond Famous

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 6, 2012
Despite the controversy and subsequent meltdown of Invisible Children founder Jason Russell after part I of KONY 2012 became the most viral video in the history of the internet, KONY 2012: Part II – Beyond Famous has been released as well. Beyo...

The Talks: Larry Clark

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 31, 2012
American director, producer and writer Larry Clark recently took a moment to share some thoughts on his body of work with The Talks. Stirring controversy in several mediums since his start as a creative, Clark is best known for touching on urban issu...

Far Out: Faustino’s Patagonian Retreat Video

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 29, 2012
Last December, photographer Peter Sutherland and VICE took a trip down to Lake O’Higgins to visit Faustino Barrientos – possibly its most famous living inhabitant. The 81-year-old gaucho has lived alone on the shores of the Chilean lake s...

Rapha Knock for Knock Film Trailer

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 28, 2012
Coming soon from director Antony Crook, in conjunction with Rapha and RSA Films, is the short film “Knock for Knock.” Shot in Tokyo from a script written by James Bowthorpe, the film is set to Mogwai’s “Drunk and Crazy”...

Vans Presents Pass the Bucket Season 2 with Devon Blood

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 28, 2012
Devon Blood is a Bay Area tattooer, artist and skateboarder. In 2006, at the age of 26, he was the victim of a near-fatal gunshot wound to the head. Truly lucky to be alive, when he awoke from a medically induced coma weeks later, he found that he ha...

Made in Brooklyn: Episode 2 – The Watchmaker

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 27, 2012
“Made in Brooklyn” is a love letter of sorts to the artisans of New York’s most industrious borough. The series is created by filmmaker Dustin Cohen, and edited by Michael Hurley. In its second episode, we’re introduced to Dav...

MiniLook Kiev by Efim Graboy & Daria Turetski

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 14, 2012
With the footsteps of spring swiftly approaching, Efim Graboy and Daria Turetski have put together a glimpse of their vision from the duo’s home city of Kiev. Altogether two nights and five days were spent compiling thousands of frames, which r...

Vans Presents Pass the Bucket Season 2 Trailer

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 13, 2012
Presented by Vans is the latest installment to the brand’s series titled Pass the Bucket. Chronicling a range of dedicated and inspiring individuals, Vans offers a preview of what is in store for the second season. Celebrating a diverse group o...

The Talks: Terry Gilliam

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 8, 2012
Embattled American-born film director and screenwriter Terry Gilliam has produced some of the most visually-stunning films in Hollywood history, including the likes of Brazil, 12 Monkeys, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Brothers Grimm and The Ima...

KONY 2012

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 7, 2012
There is no denying that the reach of social media has affected our planet, connecting individuals at a pace and personal level that could never have been predicted. KONY 2012, a year-long project created by Invisible Children, intends to use this re...

Made in Brooklyn: Episode 1 – The Violin Maker

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 4, 2012
The first episode of Made in Brooklyn presents an interview with a New York violin maker who has been honing his craft since he was thirteen. Rather than live quietly in the countryside, Sam Zygmuntowicz chooses to live in New York City where he can...

The City of Samba

ArtsComments ⋅ Feb 28, 2012
Directed by Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli, “The City of Samba” is a tilt-shift narrative that features an assortment of images from Carnaval 2011 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The effect we’ve come to know is breathtakingly beautiful...

‘Marley’ Trailer

ArtsComments ⋅ Feb 26, 2012
While Bob Marley’s classic and universally likable music has stood the test of time since his death in 1981, his family and others close to him have seldom opened up about his personal influence as a father or the atmosphere in Jamaica during h...