Videos You Think Are Cool!


#1

I wanted to share some videos, you should share them too! Film essays, music videos, meme videos, gaming videos, any kind!


#2

this is my favorite video


#3

Some of my favorite Every Frame A Painting videos

Satoshi Kon

Jackie Chan


#4

The only thing I could really think of right now was this video of some cubes doing a nice dance:


#5

Not exactly a ‘cool’ video, but very well made.

https://youtu.be/DwKPFT-RioU


#6

this is a classic imo


#7

This is, like, an inverse meme? By this point you’ve probably seen the “Hit it, Joe!” video where a dude whales on an old-timey piano–organ–one-man-band thing and it’s totally a jam. When I saw it, I listened to it for an hour straight, and then got really curious about where it came from. So, I dug around for the source: Turns out, it’s a guy named Joe Rinaudo playing the American Fotoplayer—an instrument used to accompany silent films—on a Californian public television show! A friend of his uploaded the full episode to youtube, where he goes into detail about it:


#8

Every Frame a Painting is good. So is NerdWriter


#9

Every Frame a Painting is gorgeous and insightful.

I also really like Mark Brown’s Game Maker’s Toolkit and Boss Keys series.

Also Adam Koebel does great advice for GMs/tabletop RPGs in general in his Office Hours stream/vods:


#10

This is probably my favorite music video with two of my favorite dancer (Aya & Bambi)


#11


I’ve been delving in to academic videos and research, and crowd simulation videos are pretty mesmerizing.


#12

Delicious

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vr3QhamG6PY


#13

Okay, so 90% of what I post in here is either going to be fight scenes or dancing.


#14

A couple classics:


#15

I will visit this thread often, but for now:


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#17

I thought this was a v cool little breakdown of the turn-of-the-millennium Pokémadness and why it was unique to that particular moment


#18

Brett Novak is a real talented filmmaker that only a small amount of people know about because he focus’ on skateboarding. Videos like this are what got me around on sports being a form of self expression & art.


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