Video Of The Week

14th October 2017

‘When we lose something and then find it, it’s an indescribably good feeling. But how could we tell that story so that the lost thing is compelling to everyone? That was the challenge. So, we realised that by transforming something into someone, we could end up with a beautiful love story.’

Video Of The Week

6th October 2017

So, this pod of dolphins appear infatuated with a couple of squirrels, outside their tank :o)

 

Video Of The Week

30th September 2017

The very wonderful, timeless 90 year old David Attenborough, narrates the trailer for the  ‘Blue Planet 2’. Music for the series is provided by Hans Zimmer and Radiohead.

 

Video Of The Week

22nd September 2017

From Simon Sinek and the Royal Society of Arts. ‘Sick of endless ‘re-orgs’, lay-offs and away days? Why do workplaces always go for quick wins and flashy paint jobs over steady, consistent change? ‘Great culture, in any organisation, is about Consistency, not Intensity.’

Video Of The Week

16th September 2017

Here is a video of a panda eating (decimating?) some bamboo shoots.

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8th September 2017

A bit of navel gazing this, but I cannot resist mentioning that this year, is the 30 year anniversary of the wonderful Withnail and I. The film was celebrated with a screening this week at the B.F.I. including appearances from Bruce Robinson and Richard E. Grant. Worth another look at the soliloquy from the end? –  ‘I have of late—but wherefore I know not—lost all my mirth….’

 

Video Of The Week

3rd September 2017

First public footage of Hyperloop One’s Pod test. Everything starts moving at around two minutes and twenty five seconds in.

Video Of The Week

4th August 2017

Apple’s latest Augmented Reality operating system (ARKit) may still be working through a phase of developer betas, but there are already some great examples of what it can do. Here, A.R. has been used to recreate A-ha’s Take On Me video for the 21st century.

Video Of The Week

28th July 2017

Here is a rather wonderful recent TED talk from the very charming and inspiring Steve Chapman (friend of the Filter). Well worth  a watch. ‘This talk isn’t very good, dancing with my inner critic.’