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    Animate This

    Animate This

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    SlashControl
    Animate This is a collection of animated clips that retell funny or interesting experiences from the lives of several different celebrities. Featured stars include Jennifer Love Hewitt, who tells viewers about her experience performing at a livestock show when she was a young child, and Joe Pantoliano, who describes what it was like to introduce his girlfriend to his mother. Jeff Probst, George Tekai, Phil Keoghan and Tommy Lee also have the opportunity to tell their stories in these short videos.moreless
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    Spärhusen

    Spärhusen

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    My Damn Channel
    Sparhusen is an amusing faux-documentary created by Illeana Douglas about the Swedish experimental pop group Sparhusen: Beirget Kattson, Olf Nystrom, and Gert Forseberg. Shot through the granulated lens and aged film of Mangus Svenka's epic, if unfinished, 'Triumph of Sparhusen” the mockumentary details the band's relationships, both with former Manager, Bjorn Epstein (one of only 3 Swedish Jews), and with famed Swedish record producer Wurst Fierren, (Keanu Reeves). Footage includes the original recording sessions of Sparhusen's landmark album, 'Apples & Fish,' and its equally influential and undeniably catchy single, 'Apples & Fish.' The process is creatively draining for all, especially working with Fierren, who influences the album with extensive use of whale sounds, and the famous 'I give you the fish' role-playing exercises. The documentary concluded just three weeks before the fateful plane crash that stole 'Sweden's almost great bandâ' from us all. As Wurst says so perfectly, 'I think we are done, ya?'moreless
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    [ critics ]

    [ critics ]

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    Zacuto
    [ critics ] is a web series hosted by experienced film and video critics Steven Weiss and Philip Bloom. With Weiss being the director of FilmFellas & Critics and Bloom working as an independent cinematographer, director and filmmaker, they both have a lengthy background in film and are well qualified to do the job of critiquing web based video content. The two hosts offer insights into web series and videos, and they give their own unique opinions which usually differ greatly from one another. Their candidness and no-nonsense approach has made them popular with viewers all over the world. Along with entertainment, Bloom and Weiss provide viewers and web video enthusiasts with a valuable service by telling them which videos and series are worth watching. The show is featured on Zacuto, a website where amateur filmmakers can go to purchase their equipment and watch various web series which focus on the art of filming, directing and producing.moreless
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    Big Ideas

    Big Ideas

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    Babelgum
    Big Ideas is a web series created by Babelgum that focuses on the question of how the world could become a better place. Each episode is based on an idea by a famous thinker, artist or celebrity, which is then transformed into an animated sequence. Each person comes up with a different and unique response to the issue of how to improve the world. Singer Imogen Heap imagines a world of floating houses, while chef Susan Feniger turns to robots.moreless
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    New Urbanism

    New Urbanism

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    Babelgum
    New Urbanism is a web series that is dedicated to the brilliant and intuitive street art that is typically found in major cities. In these situations, the canvas for the modern artist is the concrete jungle. Individuals design and implement their own architectural creations and eco-friendly living environment, using nothing more than an imaginative mind and frugal nature. Some of the creations include rooftop farms, a dumpster swimming pool and an underground opera house. This is a Babelgum original series. One episode presents four artists as they live on an eco-friendly barge in New York, traveling to different parts of the city over the course of five months to promote sustainability. Their project aimed to answer a number of questions about green living in today's urban environments, as they grew their own food in a study of water-based living on the Hudson River. With rapid industrialization, preserving the ecosystem is more important than ever in the past.moreless
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    Acting School Academy

    Acting School Academy

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    KoldCast TV
    Where people learn to sparkle!
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    Delusional Downtown Divas

    Delusional Downtown Divas

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    Delusional Downtown Divas
    Delusional Downtown Divas chronicles the adventures of Oona, Swann, and AgNess, three young women hungry for art-world stardom but comically unaware of how to reach their goal of stylish domination. The DDD's are downtown natives, living in AgNess' father's Tribeca loft. They spend their days smoking pot, changing outfits every few minutes, and plotting about out how to worm their way back into the art world they were raised in-but now they're adult women with professional aspirations, not just kids stealing pretzels from Leo Castelli's gallery kitchen.moreless
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    Craft

    Craft

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    MGM
    Craft goes inside the movie industry and takes an in-depth look at Hollywood's finest. MGM studios profiles some well-known actors and broadcasts them in a web show for movie fans. Each episode focuses on the actor's craft, as producers take a look at what motivates each star. Robert DeNiro sits down with MGM to talk about method acting. Nicolas Cage reveals how relieved he was to have relatives already working in film when he first started acting. The web series also features famous actors like Susan Sarandon, Reese Witherspoon and Meryl Streep, among others.moreless
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    Filmnut

    Filmnut

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    theStream.tv
    Filmnut is a web show that focuses on the behind-the-scenes aspect that goes into the making of movies and television. Every episode involves an interview with someone different, getting answers about the behind-the-scenes work that went into some of the biggest movies and show on the scenes, some of the flops, and everything in between. The people being interviewed have varied job specialties. One episode features Marci Lifoff who has worked as a casting director for different movies including E.T., Pretty In Pink, Mean Girls, and Mr. Popper's Penguins with the episode being all about the job and giving audition tips. Another episode is interviews with the directors and producers of Rise of the Apes. Directors, including Michael Lembeck of Friends, producers, including Steven Wolfe of 500 Days of Summer, actors including Ken Davitian of Get Smart and Borat, and many more give interviews in the many episodes of Filmnut. New episode streams live every Monday night. Filmnut offers a lot of information about the film industry and shines a spotlight on many people who aren't recognized for their work.moreless
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    Tunnelvision

    Tunnelvision

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    Pitchfork TV
    Tunnelvision has sticky floors. Odd smells. A little sweat. There are the tiny details that make concert-going a singular experience. And while there's still no way to fully replicate a live show via the internet, a cavalcade of talented filmmakers are currently working hard at turning the unspoken pleasures of live music into something intimate and artful.The new Pitchfork.tv program Tunnelvision rounds up the best videographers chronicling independent music across the country under one banner: from Brooklyn's Ray Concepcion and Chocolate Bobka, to Chicago's Acid Marshmallow, to California's Videothing and Yours Truly, to the bicoastal fctn.tv. Mostly armed with just a single camera and an exacting eye, these guys have an uncanny knack for putting you right in the thick of it.moreless
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    The Making of

    The Making of "The Prisoner" (2009)

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    AMC
    The Making of & The Prisoner (2009) is a series of web videos presented by AMC prior to the series debut of the hit mini-series. During the video clips, cast members and crew discuss the behind-the-scenes action taking place to make the series as successful as possible. The plot of The Prisoner deals with a man who initially wakes up lost in a village. Then, without his approval, the town leader tries to assimilate him into their culture. A number of creative decisions were made before going to air, including finding the right area to film in the country of Namibia and getting the go-ahead to build and destroy parts of it as shown in the film. In addition to a lengthy interview with lead actor Jim Caveziel, the video shorts also show a lighter side to the mini-series as crew explains some high-end visual effects, and a stunt man shows off his moves in the new Subaru Impreza that Caveziel's character drives in the film.moreless
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    Surveillance

    Surveillance

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    Pitchfork TV (ended 2010)
    Surveillance is a web series that showcases rock bands filmed through the flickering monitor of a vintage security camera. The raw, grainy, black-and-white footage provides hard-core music fans with unadulterated rock performances without the usual stage craft of a normal concert. Featured bands include the Melvins, Dirty Three, Thee Feelies and Atlas Sound. One of the most memorable tracks is the Melvins performing The Kicking Machine in a crummy hotel room at the ATP New York Festival.moreless
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    One EskimO

    One EskimO

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    The WB
    One eskimO is an innovative musical animation project from the London-based band 'One eskimO' and Warner Premiere. This project blends groundbreaking animation with the visual storytelling to blend and create a visual album. One eskimO is the creation of lead singer Kristian Leontiou, along with Warner Premiere and they have created 'The Adventures of One Eskimo', which is a collection of ten animated short stories that are paired with One eskimO's musical styling's. 'The Adventures of One Eskimo' is the first visual album project that blends musicians with their audience to create a new experience for enjoying musical albums. The storyline of the project is between One eskimO and the love of his life, Little Feather, live happily and peacefully in their igloo home. They enjoy the passing days and their life in the tundra until Little Feather and One eskimO are ripped apart by the dark, evil forces of Mr. Top Hot who controls the world through is crystal ball.moreless
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    Master MindFreaks

    Master MindFreaks

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    A&E
    Master Mindfreaks is a multi-part magic demonstration on the A&E channel. Each season follows Criss Angel, perhaps the greatest, most controversial, and most influential magician (mind freak) of our time. He is known for his absolutely unbelievable, mind-blowing magic tricks and illusions. For the first time ever, in Master Mindfreaks, Criss shows the audience how to pull off some of his greatest feats to date. In the first part alone, he shows the audience how to tear up a dollar bill and put it back together, how to blow a quarter out of a straw, how to read the mind of someone picking objects from a table while your back is turned, and how to make a ring move up and down a pencil without touching it. Each trick is more incredible than the next. Now you can learn for yourself how to impress your own friends with Criss Angel's instructional magic series.moreless
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    Sundance Film Festival: Meet the Filmmakers

    Sundance Film Festival: Meet the Filmmakers

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    Sundance Channel
    Sundance Film Festival: Meet the Filmmakers is a short web show that takes the audience inside the films with a series of interviews from well-known directors. Festival's media crew records each episode in the series. The web show highlights the popular Utah film festival's 2010 and 2011 seasons, and provides viewers with a bit more information on the films presented during the event. In one clip, the Sundance media team gets an exclusive interview with Academy Award winning director Joel Schumacher, who talks about his film Twelve, which won the Dramatic Competition award at the festival. Drake Doremus, director of the film Like Crazy, discusses the difficulties in working with stubborn actors. Tanya Hamilton from the film Night Catches, talks about the politics of the festival in another short clip. The web show also highlights international films when director Rodrigo Garcia speaks about foreign films in America and Nicole Holofcenter presents her film, Please Give to curious audiences. The Meet the Filmmakers web show presents the films that make this festival a popular annual event.moreless
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    Penny Arcade: The Series

    Penny Arcade: The Series

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    Penny Arcade
    Penny Arcade: The Series is a web show based on the successes and failures of the web comics company, Penny Arcade. It is one of the largest producers of video game web comics and the culture surrounding video games and gamers. The first comics were released in 1998, when they could be seen on looneygames.com. Since then the two creators; comic illustrator Mike Krahulik, and writer Jerry Holkins, have set up their own website where they feature their popular comic strips, adding a new one every other day. The web show outlines the events leading up to their success, from 2009 onwards. The reality show type program features Tycho (Jerry Holkins) and Gabe (Mike Krahulik) as they go about their daily business in the comic industry, including their trying experiences with hiring new staff for the company, the process involved in creating their comic strip characters, and even a look at an exciting ping pong match.moreless
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    D.I.Y. America

    D.I.Y. America

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    WKE
    D.I.Y America is a documentary web series focusing on the rise of punk, graffiti, and street art. Created by the producers of the feature documentary Beautiful losers, the series contains interviews and footage shot for the film, but never used. This includes full profiles of street artists like Swoon, a female wheat paste master, and larger explorations into movement's influences. Featuring interviews from several major players in the D.I.Y. scene: Ian McKaye of Minor Threat and Fugazi, Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, legendary punk photographer Glen Friedman, and street art empresario Shepard Fairey. Together, they chronicle the progress of D.I.Y. from a bunch of American kids hanging out in the late 80's to a group of artist featured in galleries and museums worldwide.moreless
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    Acrassicauda

    Acrassicauda

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    VBS.TV
    Acrassicauda is a thrash metal band who is well-known for becoming the first heavy metal band to emerge from Iraq. The band formed and played under the regime of Saddam Hussein and were subject to death threats after their success began to threaten Islamic politicians who believed they were worshipping Satan. Because of their unique story, VBS.TV created a web documentary series for the band entitled "Heavy Metal in Baghdad." The documentary took place over three years in Baghdad and exposed the plight of trying to promote cultural expression during war while also showing the courage Acrassicauda had to live out their own dreams. The series shows clips of the band's opinions/footage on the refugee situation in Syria as well, a cause which is very important to the four members. Largely due to its look at the toll of war on young citizens, "Heavy Metal in Baghdad" was named one of top documentaries featured at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival.moreless
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    From the Basement

    From the Basement

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    From the Basement
    Welcome friends and music lovers. Here lies the website of From the Basement - A sort of music show / labour of love produced by a small group of dedicated individuals. We shoot it all on HD video and the sound is produced by me. The whole emphasis of the show is about being artist friendly and making our bands as comfortable as possible so that they can give great performances without the usual agony of TV promo which everyone has to do but no one seems to enjoy. TV world is a pretty hostile environment for your average musician to have to walk into and bare his soul on cue.. It also doesn't hurt that a lot of the people we've filmed are friends or people we've worked with before so they trust us and know that we understand what recording music is about as well as making good TV. All in all I think it all adds up to something unique and special which I don't feel happening anywhere else in either the music side of mainstream TV or online.moreless
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    Why It Crackles

    Why It Crackles

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    Why It Crackles from Crackle, a growing entertainment destination of movies, TV shows and original series, is a series of interviews and profiles on how today's top movies are made. The episodes show behind-the-scenes footage of upcoming and newly released movies. Featured interviews discuss these movies with top stars, writers and producers. The focus is on the must-see theatrical releases of the week. Viewers are encouraged to go see these movies with trailers, clips and interviews with the actors, writers and directors. In one episode, Anna Farris, Chris Evan, Joe McHale and others talk about the making of 'What's Your Number'. In another, Jonah Hill, Chris Pratt and Bennett Miller discuss the creation of 'Moneyball'. Simon Pegg, Seth Rogen, Nick Frost and more talk about the formation of Paul, and Zoe Saldana, Michael Vartan and Callum Blue visit about filming Colombiana. Other episodes discuss The Change-Up and Cowboys and Aliens. Why It Crackles tries to capture the spirit of movie-lovers everywhere and give them the news they want to hear.moreless
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