Category Archives: video
The Sister Cities of Los Angeles is a program that is overseen by councilmember Tom LaBonge (CD4) and SCLA president Adolfo V. Nodal. In support of their efforts to create people-to-people exchange across the globe, I made a small introductory video about the organization. Check it out here: https://vimeo.com/47153479
Made this. Love him. Here’s a link to his website.
I’m looking for short films that present alternate (authentic) narratives about Los Angeles, preferably by L.A.-based filmmakers, for an upcoming program I am curating for Big City Forum. Please drop me a line at saskia [at] saskiawilsonbrown [dot] com with any suggestions, or hit me up on Twitter @saskiawb. Más info: There’s no ‘there’, there: […]
From our friends over at WorkBook Project Lab’s Radar series comes the newest episode about New York based perfumer Christopher Brosius, from CB I Hate Perfume. Brosius is someone I’ve been following for awhile, since he left Demeter and started his own shop in 2004. I love this video: Watch the episode by clicking here.
Wow. If you haven’t seen Peripetics by Zeiguised yet (on Kanye West’s blog, of all places), than you’d better watch it now. Here are some stills.
Courtesy of the folks at Film Courage, I bring you my hyper-caffeinated explanation of crowd-sourced funding for filmmakers.
Confirming my opinion that the next big online trend will be to turn the power switch to the off position, I bring you ‘Yelp (With Apologies to Allen Ginsberg)’ from filmmaker Tiffany Shlain (and everyone’s favorite cranky editor, Dalan McNabola). This was made in support of Reboot‘s National Day of Unplugging: 24 hours of turning […]
Film guy and flash mob organizer Kenneth Hughes got about 50 TEDActive members together to engage in a little ‘idea spread’ via flash mob in Palm Springs- to the surprise and mixed reactions of some of the local Palm Springs residents. Be sure to watch out for the locals’ giggly, gleeful, wiggling (and in some […]
In this video, Evan Grant explains his multi-touch sphere on exhibition at the Bing Innovation Lounge at TED Active in Palm Springs. Check out more of Evan’s work at seeper.com. The sphere was a collaboration between Seeper and Pufferfish. I’ll be uploading more videos from TEDActive, all week.
In this video, James Patten explains his Audiopad project at TEDActive in Palm Springs. Look out for lots of complex hand gestures, some fancy wallpaper, and really bright guy. Check out more about James Patten and the Audiopad, as well as other projects, at http://www.pattenstudio.com/. I’ll be uploading more videos from TEDActive, all week.