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Thom Yorke - "Harrowdown Hill"
One Word: Smallgantics. In this video for the song "Harrowdown Hill" from Thom Yorke's solo album entitled "The Eraser, the people at Bent Image Lab use this innovative technique by taking footage of large, life-size objects like skyscrapers, mountains, rivers, and landscapes, and make them look like they are actually miniatures. In "Harrowdown Hill," director Chel White uses aerial footage from the pacific north west and miniaturizes the entire region. This video won Best Music Video at South by Southwest (SXSW) 2007, ResFest 10, and The Worldwide Short Film Festival. The song is pretty good too...
eGuider: John Rota
Film, TV & New Media Producer
John is a producer who specializes in smart, thought-provoking films, television, and web series. Â He has worked on many Emmy Award winning shows, including the documentary Legendary Nights, chronicling the 12 best fights in HBO's 30 years of boxing. Â Â While in development at HBO Films, he worked on Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, based on the best-selling novel by Dee Brown. Â His company, Divine Madman Productions, is currently developing a web series entitled 13Fights, based on John's experience working and living in the boxing world.