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Thirtyseventy: a short tribute to Northcote, Melbourne

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By Jeremy Santi in Video on Friday 19 August 2011

A couple of weeks ago, I was approached to produce a short film to showcase the wonderful suburb of Northcote, Melbourne. I decided to enlist the talent of Northcote resident and DOP, Sasha Whitehouse. What he came up with is quite profound. Check it.

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Loom: a beautiful short film

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By Jeremy Santi in New Film on Thursday 18 August 2011

Loom is a beautiful short film that tells the story of a successful catch. Directors Jan Bitzer, Ilija Brunck, Csaba Letay have produced some dark but stunning images.

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Design Inspiration

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By Jeremy Santi in Cool Websites on Thursday 18 August 2011

This has to be one of the best design websites going around. The greatest part of the website is how you can filter design by colour. Mix and match a couple of colours and BANG! It will show you all the designs that utilize them.

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Brilliant stop motion film about going hairless

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By Jeremy Santi in Video on Wednesday 17 August 2011

Director Peter Simon managed to convince his friend Tom Offer-Westort to spontaneously cut off all his hair and beard. This resulted in the short but sweet stop-motion animation, TRIM. It would be a great advert for a barber shop!

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Idolls: an installation that’s every geeks fantasy

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By Jeremy Santi in New Art on Wednesday 17 August 2011

This fantastic walk-in installation was created by Berlin-based designer, Klaus R. Zimmermann. The installation deals with idols and anti-idols in society today: by entering the box, we can all become our own super hero or villian.

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What if nature cares for us or even misses us? (short film)

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By Jeremy Santi in Video on Wednesday 17 August 2011

This little piece is brilliant! So simple and effective, with a strong message. We Miss You is a social campaign created by three student film makers out of Germany. Their aim? To get people back in touch with nature.

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