A simple and beautiful story - ~23 minutes in length. An aging fisherman embarks on a journey to carry out his friend’s dying wish. Directed by Roger Gómez and Dani Resines.
I love Cousteau. Watching this show when I was a kid, I'd dream about going on far away adventures and discovering new things. I especially like all his gear, boats, helicopters, etc. Here's 48 minutes of awesome: [youtube width="590" height="436"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ke8KNwLxBqU[/youtube]
[vimeo width="600" height="338"]http://vimeo.com/4489687[/vimeo] About "A Kiss from Tokyo" in the words of Stephane Coedel (co-director/animator) "A Kiss From Tokyo", Theatrical Trailer (1964) - Yuki 7 dashes around the world in hot pursuit of the tantalizingly tricky Diamond Eye, who is stealing parts and plans and leaving behind a path of murdered scientists in her quest to build a missile inside her volcanic lair. I co-directed it with and for [...]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMuYV_qvyEk[/youtube] Via http://www.herbanddorothy.com Do you have to be a Medici or a Rockefeller to collect art? Not according to Herbert and Dorothy Vogel. This documentary film tells the extraordinary story of Herb, a postal clerk, and Dorothy, a librarian - an ordinary couple of modest means who managed to build one of the most important contemporary art collections in history. In the early 1960s, when very little attention was paid [...]
[vimeo width="590" height="332"]http://www.vimeo.com/1418264[/vimeo] June Taylor is a Berkeley based preserve maker who specializes in creating a spectrum of mouth-watering, culinary treasures, each hand crafted in small batches from heirloom and long forgotten fruits. In a humble tone, she will tell you how she is connected to the land and how the garden informs her. Moved by the rich history of her craft, June works intimately with the fruit brought [...]