In December there is always something to do The Real Arts Academy in London has an excellent variety of exhibitions you can not miss, here we leave the most awaited in this month.   Abstract Expressionism 24 September 2016 — 2 January 2017 Exploring an unparalleled period in American art, this long-awaited exhibition reveals the… Read More


If you’re going to talk about tater tots, you might as well get the stars of Napoleon Dynamite to do it.   Unexpected & Hilarious was to see  the stars of Napoleon Dinamyte in this Burger King Ad, certainly had not seen bigger stars talking about Cheesy Tots. Alex Macedo, president of North America at BK,… Read More


TEDx Amsterdam Trailer 2013 from PostPanic on Vimeo. PostPanic directing duo, HeyHeyHey, create a stylish trailer for the TEDx event coming up in Amsterdam next month. ‘We’ve tried to tell a story without telling an actual story. It’s all about encounters, connections, everyday life, a book and a goldfish, but not really’, explain HeyHeyHey cryptically.… Read More


This is the video of the new song titled “U” by british artist and music producer Alexander Crossan better known as Mura Masa and was directed by Yoni Lappin in 2015. Mura Masa is an electronic music producer which plays different instruments and has a super musical skill developed with which manages to mix very… Read More


  Mischa Rozema and PostPanic Pictures’ debut film project SUNDAYS completes a first step towards its Feature Film goal with the release of this ambitious proof-of-concept short. Much-anticipated and widely-supported by the international creative community (over 50K US Dollars was donated on Kickstarter alone for the live action filming part in Mexico City), SUNDAYS is… Read More


She arose from what in this world represents her the most. She reigns supreme, silently observing a slow, yet endless evolution. A stream of geometries for everyone to decode, along the crowded and lonely path. It is still possible to run away from the hidden gaze. To let the good and the bad go, until… Read More


Not a single name has had more of an impact on an artistic medium than HBO. When their first programs aired, TV had never quite been cinematic. The medium was a step down from film; it was melodrama to be broadcast to the masses. Fast forward nearly two decades (and 174 HBO programs) to now… Read More


Made with Paris and Bordeaux wushu athlete, the clip Wushu Dust takes the concept of the explosion of white powder during a kick slammed. Chinese athletes of 80 years, as Yuan Wen Qing, were used of this type of effect on competition. Bordeaux turned into a decorative “urban art”, floured athletes perform their routines to… Read More


Client – DJI Executive Creative – Director Sheldon Schwartz Executive Producer – Troy Courtney Content Producer – Eduardo Cardenas Production Company – Blacklist Executive Producer – Andrew Linsk Producer – Patrick Gantert, Solana Payne Director – Polynoid Animation Studio – Woodblock Producer – Selina Schmitt Artists – Jan Bitzer, Csaba Letay, Fabian Pross, Michael Heberlein,… Read More


Video Published by Cadence Films , Music Video for Kings of Leon Band. Production Company: EP: Lorenzo Ragionieri Starring: Phil Sky, Caroline Wilson , Lera Pentelute, Emma Rose, Cooper Roussel. Cinematographer: Stuart Winecoff Production Designer: Lauren Nikrooz Stylist: Lana Jay Lackey 1st AD: Eric Williams Production Designer Assitant: Rosie Turnball HMU: Amanda Dixon HMU:… Read More


Papa Machete from Third Horizon on Vimeo. “Papa Machete” is a glimpse into the life of Alfred Avril, an aging subsistence farmer who lives in the hills of Jacmel, Haiti. He also happens to be a master of the mysterious martial art of Haitian machete fencing, also known as Tire Machèt. Teaching about the practical… Read More


  The year 2100. In an effort to combat overpopulation, the postmortem social network “Anvil” is released and made mandatory to all. A fusion of both Japanese and Belgian comics inspirations and sensibilities, such as Ghost in the Shell, Akira or Peter & Schuiten’s work. “Anvil” invites us on a journey through the eyes of… Read More