(vimeo link) The filmmaker who just goes by the name Mark wandered into an interesting storefront in Manhattan thinking it was an antique shop. It was not. It was this guy’s home. It was so interesting that he filmed the man and his fascinating home. -via reddit
Seattle-based writer, photographer, filmmaker and artist, Christopher Boffoli creates amazingly creative miniatures using people and food. Here are 13 that I’ve curated. Many many more over on his Web site. What’s your favorite of the bunch? Let us know in the comments below.
(YouTube link) Filmmaker and shoot-em-up enthusiast Freddie Wong gets to play with even more firepower in this short, with the help of John Favreau, director of the soon-to-be-released film Cowboys and Aliens.
(YouTube link) It was only a matter of time before filmmaker Freddie Wong tackled the subject of cats. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Freddie Wong video without a lot of gunfire. -via Laughing Squid
(Video Link) Filmmaker Freddie Wong specializes in producing innovative and exciting action scenes, but before that he was a professional Guitar Hero player. He even won a 2007 world championship. In this homage to that time, Wong replicates himself on a massive scale to present an entire army of guitarists. via The Presurfer | Wong’s Website
(Video Link) Freddie Wong, an independent filmmaker of great action scenes, is back with a live-action depiction of a first person shooter video game. Wong made this short film in response to numerous requests from fans. via GearFuse
(YouTube link) Filmmaker and professional gamer Freddie Wong produced this fantasy sequence starring himself and Shenae Grimes. It’s violent, but there’s an even bloodier version available. -via b3ta
Filmmaker Tim Burton wrote a poem about his frequent casting choice Johnny Depp. He also illustrated it! Link
Filmmaker Vincent Laforet was asked to interpret the still frame seen in the video grab below using consumer-level HD cameras, and produced a vibrant, magnetic short film. I wanted to create a dynamic film that took the audience on a journey and showed off the many strengths of this new breed of HD DSLR cameras, such [...]
Filmmaker Tim Burton’s visual art will be on display starting on Sunday, Nov. 22, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. His media include watercolors, line drawings, pastels, and sculptures. The exhibit features not only film concept work, but his independent, stand-alone projects. News Story and Gallery via io9 | Image: Tim Burton