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December 17th
6 notes
7:34 pm

3 years with this pretty girl (at Bistro Bella Vita)

3 years with this pretty girl (at Bistro Bella Vita)

December 4th
3 notes
4:02 pm

Daniel Hart - Ruth and Sylvie

I have yet to see this movie, but I’d be lying if I didn’t say that this track brought chills up my spine.

(heard in this great video)

November 25th
26 notes
11:09 am

vhxtv:

VHX SCREENERS: BETTER PROMOTION FOR YOUR FILM
Your project is finished! It’s time to promote your work. How are you sending your screeners? 
Are you sharing password-protected uploads? Are you remembering to rotate passwords between festivals? (Eeek! We hope so.) But that whole song and dance gets clunky. 
VHX can help you step up your promotional game with a new feature that’s simple, secure, personal — oh yeah, and free. 
VHX Screeners let you email individual recipients with secure, streaming-only links to your film. You choose how long the invitation lasts; we recommend at least a few days or you’ll likely hear back with a request for another. The screener link each person receives is unique, tied only to them, and invalid after it expires. 
Not ready to sell your film? No problem. You can send as many screeners as you want, as soon as your video is uploaded. One filmmaker used the platform to send almost 300 VHX Screeners to journalists, business partners, fellow filmmakers (the list goes on), and he started sending them a month before the movie’s release. 
All usage is logged and monitored for individual recipients and file downloads are disabled. Clicking on a screener link brings viewers to an instant streaming page that looks like this:

Afterward, follow up! Did they enjoy it? Will they write you a glowing review? Invite you to their festival? Share on Facebook or Twitter? Pre-order gift copies? Ask!
Stop rotating your passwords. Improve your release campaign. If you’re already on VHX, learn even more about sending VHX Screeners — if not, here’s one more reason to hop on board.

vhxtv:

VHX SCREENERS: BETTER PROMOTION FOR YOUR FILM

Your project is finished! It’s time to promote your work. How are you sending your screeners? 

Are you sharing password-protected uploads? Are you remembering to rotate passwords between festivals? (Eeek! We hope so.) But that whole song and dance gets clunky.

VHX can help you step up your promotional game with a new feature that’s simple, secure, personal — oh yeah, and free.

VHX Screeners let you email individual recipients with secure, streaming-only links to your film. You choose how long the invitation lasts; we recommend at least a few days or you’ll likely hear back with a request for another. The screener link each person receives is unique, tied only to them, and invalid after it expires.

Not ready to sell your film? No problem. You can send as many screeners as you want, as soon as your video is uploaded. One filmmaker used the platform to send almost 300 VHX Screeners to journalists, business partners, fellow filmmakers (the list goes on), and he started sending them a month before the movie’s release.

All usage is logged and monitored for individual recipients and file downloads are disabled. Clicking on a screener link brings viewers to an instant streaming page that looks like this:

Afterward, follow up! Did they enjoy it? Will they write you a glowing review? Invite you to their festival? Share on Facebook or Twitter? Pre-order gift copies? Ask!

Stop rotating your passwords. Improve your release campaign. If you’re already on VHX, learn even more about sending VHX Screeners — if not, here’s one more reason to hop on board.

November 22nd
19 notes
2:22 pm

Sufjan Stevens - The Winter Solstice

It’s almost that time of year when I listen to Sufjan’s Christmas albums over and over.

Filed as: Sufjan Stevens  

November 22nd
2 notes
2:13 pm

November 20th
4,657 notes
10:51 am

Sonder from The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, written by John Koenig.

sonder - n. the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own

November 17th
71 notes
6:53 pm

(Source: vimeo.com, via jstn)

November 15th
155 notes
1:50 pm

November 14th
1 note
10:51 pm

November 13th
63 notes
3:42 pm

brightwalldarkroom:

"Castello Cavalcanti" - Wes Anderson, 2013 

(7:46)

For all of you anxiously awaiting Wes Anderson’s upcoming film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, February likely feels a million years away right now. Thankfully, he’s just released a short film/Prada commerical to tide us over: “Castello Cavalcanti”, starring Jason Schwartzman as a racecar driver during the Molte Miglia rally in 1955, will be showcased at the Rome Film Festival this weekend.

Or, you know, right here on your computer, right now.

November 6th
23 notes
11:43 am

chadsnuts:

Team vhxtv can’t believe our eyes!

Filed as: vhx   neon  

November 1st
69,780 notes
10:36 pm

(Source: deluminator, via petervidani)

November 1st
17 notes
11:52 am

Cults - Keep Your Head Up

Filed as: cults   keep your head up  

October 25th
6 notes
4:49 pm

Filed as: cults   high road   GREAT  

October 22nd
1,051 notes
2:50 pm

Filed as: sufjan stevens   take me  

s.t.