Inspiring short film about life and the value of following your dreams.
A 9-year-old boy from East L.A. takes the excess cardboard from his dad’s auto shop and builds his own arcade. What happens next is sort of magical.
This video is so great. The power of social media and Internet giant Reddit put to a great cause. Well shot, well executed, great content. Someone even made a song about Caine that they used in the doc!
The folks who put the film together are trying to raise money for Caine to go to college. You can read more about his project and donate to that here.
Thanks for being so awesome Caine!
“there’s a bluebird in my heart that
wants to get out
but I’m too tough for him,
I say, stay in there, I’m not going
to let anybody see
Latest video by Zack Canepari and Drea Cooper of California is a Place. Their stuff is so so good.
I’ve always been a fan of Bukowski. It’s hard not love that gritty alcoholic view from the underbelly that he gives. It pairs so well with the visuals in this. I can’t stop watching it.
Be sure to check out their other videos as well if you haven’t seen them already (even if you have). Their short Aquadettes was recently shown at Sundance. They describe it as a story on “life, death and synchronized swimming.”
This is just… beautiful. I love TED talks, butI’ve sort of fallen back in love with them lately as I’ve been working on a documentary project with three TED fellows. This piece really highlights the importance of being grateful for the small things hidden in plain sight in the everyday.
This is a great list of ideas for staying creative and also a really well done video. Check it! I need to start listening to the one about getting away from the computer more…