This video was found on Youtube. It was made as a sound post production school project. The developer created their own soundtrack to this short movie from Pixar by recording amateur actors, creating new sound effects, choosing and editing music.
Music was taken from:
"Horton Hears a Who" - John Powell
"Ice Age 2 - The Meltdown" - John Powell
This video is published only for nonprofit, educational purposes.
Enjoy this music video by Your Favorite Martian titled "8-Bit World". It features Hoodie Allen and definitely has a unique sound behind it. It includes lyrics mentioning many favorite video games that are now classic favorites. Games like Pac-Man, Tetris, Super Mario Bros. and many others that have been played and enjoyed by many.
This is a video of a guy taking a risk. A calculated risk, yes I'm sure, but it's a risk nonetheless. He proposes to his girlfriend... **crickets chirping** HAHA
Most people think that a wedding proposal is a great thing and is a memorable moment on it's own... but the proposal that happens in this video would be extra memorable for the girl. I'm sure she will never be able to forget it if she wanted to... It freaks the crap right out of her!!
The guy doing the proposal sure does take a risk... but not by proposing to his girlfriend as mentioned above, it's the fashion he does it in. He literally falls off a 4 story building to make his engagement proposal and the reaction of his soon to be fiancee's face during the process is absolutely priceless. If anything went wrong during the stunt it would have been memorable for another reason, but luckily that is not the case.
This proposal starts all nice and exciting for the girl before turning horrific... But it all turns out for the best in the long run!
So what is the outcome of this proposal?
She said Yes!!
Today, i watched a video today of William Shatner singing his unique take on a version of "O Canada".
William Shatner has won a Lifetime achievement award from Canada's Governor General and this short video of him singing Canada's national anthem is his way of showing appreciation.
William Shatner sings "O Canada" in a way that only he can in the video below.
Enjoy the video! It's courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.
I came across this video and was impressed by the overall creativity put into the music video and so...am passing it along from your enjoyment!
Rippled was created using a light painting stop-motion technique where all frames are animated frame by frame. This is done by real people, in the real world and is all shot in camera. I'm sure you can just imagine the amount of work that went into this video.
From the video description: "Over 6 months in the making and almost 3 years on from 'Lucky' their first light painting collaboration Darcy Prendergast and the creative team at OH YEAH WOW have again paired with the beautiful music of ALL INDIA RADIO to bring you their latest music video, 'Rippled'."