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Artist Becca Human uses illustration and painting to inspire their filmmaking

Its Nice That

We talk to the multi-talented artist and filmmaker Becca Human on using every resource and medium available to help hone a craft.

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Lihui Liang's transformative paintings reimagine her portrait subjects as animals

Creative Boom

He always had a passion for filmmaking, but he found pursuing his dreams in his hometown difficult. I created his portrait as a reminder of his passion for writing and filmmaking, with the cheetah symbolizing his strength and ability to explore and move forward among the crowd. The two cats, Molly and Dorito, embody his life energy."

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50 Years Later Kodak and Fuseproject Revive the Super 8 Camera… at a Price

Design Milk

The accessible cartridge and battery-based format helped democratize filmmaking globally, and from its launch in 1965 and onward, Super 8 remained a beloved medium for amateur filmmakers, artists, and regular households inclined to immortalize anything and everything onto film.

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Photographer Spotlight: Karabo Mooki

Booooooom

A project about the Punk Rock movement in Soweto, South Africa by photographer and filmmaker Karabo Mooki from Johannesburg.

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Fuzzy Feelings: Apple's stop motion festive spot offers a whole lot of heart

Creative Boom

The ad was created by Swedish animation director and filmmaker Anna Mantzaris , working alongside TBWAMedia Arts Lab , production company Hungry Lab and director James Laxton. Set to George Harrison's Isn't It a Pity, we feel it's the true festive winner in this year's roundup. You can watch all the other Christmas ads here.

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“Fifteen Vaults” by Photographer Brandon Tauszik

Booooooom

An unsparing commentary on the brittleness of family ties in the face of modern life and death by Los Angeles-based photographer and filmmaker Brandon Tauszik

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The Future of Storytelling: How Sora’s Text-to-Video Magic Will Transform Creation

We And The Color

Accessible filmmaking: Gone are the days of expensive equipment and years of training. With Sora, anyone can become a filmmaker. Or imagine creating personalized marketing campaigns that resonate deeply with individual customers. Sora can tailor video experiences to anyone, making them feel seen and understood.