First Stars I See Tonight

First Stars I See Tonight

First Stars I See Tonight is an inspirational animated/live-action short film, which narrates the story of a girl (Elle Fanning) with night blindness and how her father (James Patrick Stuart) helps her to finally see the stars.

The film is part of an upcoming variety show, HitRECord on TV by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, which will debut at Sundance on January 18th.

First Stars I See Tonight

An Otherworldly Imagination of Good and Evil: Changes (Uncensored)

Changes: An Otherworldly Imagination of Good and Evil

Changes is a newly-released surreal short film directed by Jaron Albertin at Spy Films, created for the Canadian indie rock band Stars. Changes is a single from Stars’ last album, The Five Ghosts, which has been described as anthems for the afterlife, contemplations on mortality that envision a foreboding but ultimately blissful unknown.  Albertin’s visual interpretation of the song has been viewed as an otherworldly imagination of good and evil in the world, and how it manifests itself in the individual.

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/21700420 w=720&h=500]

Changes: An Otherworldly Imagination of Good and Evil

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Starless Night: A Cat, a Dog and the Disappearing Stars

Starless Night: A Cat, a Dog and the Disappearing Stars

Starless Night is a beautiful, inspiring 2-1/2 min. animated short film by Spanish filmmaker Carl Luc Campbell.  This “tradigital” animation is about a cat, a dog and a long sleepless night.  It tells the story of  a cat who’s in love with the stars and becomes very sad when they suddenly disappear one night.  Fortunately, her canine friend comes up with a plan to make the night sky shine for her once more.  Even dogs and cats can find a way to help each other out on a starless night.  Sweet.

Starless Night: A Cat, a Dog and the Disappearing Stars

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The Mystery of Black Holes: The Greatest 3-D Film Showing How Stars Collapse

The Mystery of Black Holes: How Stars Collapse

Black holes have a messier birth than previously thought. Instead of being created in one instant, after a star dies and collapses, ultimately forming a black hole, it continues to cause havoc. The baby black hole devours material, while at the same time spewing it back out. It’s a process that is revealed in multiple outbursts of gamma rays.

The Mystery of Black Holes: A 3-D Film Showing How Stars Collapse

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