I think we all stopped caring a while back whether the Chicago-via-L.A. quartet OK Go were putting nearly as much effort into their music as they were into the videos that accompanied it. (I recall resolutely liking their self-titled debut in 2002, then being resolutely bored by their admittedly cle ... More >>
SFoodie was hanging out with some friends this weekend when a question about June Taylor Jams came up. We visited the Berkeley jam maker's site and stumbled on this Michel Gondry-like short animated by Kyle Small and Justin Plummer III in 2007. We've watched it several times now, completely charmed. ... More >>
Photo by EgnaroorangE via Flickr The Internet has made us all famous to the people who like us. As Harvard fellow Danah Boyd emphasized in her keynote speech at SXSWi this week, social media has turned the notion of public and private completely on its axis, leaving us in a "completely messy" ... More >>
Art imitates life imitating art in Charlie Kaufman's Synecdoche, New York.
The joys of DIY filmmaking persist in Son of Rambow.
Michel Gondry's upcoming film Be Kind Rewind features Mos Def and Jack Black as video store clerks who film their own versions of Hollywood blockbusters after accidentally demagnetizing all the rental tapes. This means hilarious home videos of the two acting out classics like Back to the Future, Gho ... More >>
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