Shaped by Time from Enrique Pacheco on Vimeo.

"Shaped by Time" is a time-lapse film that explore the power of nature trough the erosion of the different landscapes shown on the film. During thousands of years, the wind, the eruptions, the rain, the frost and the water of the rivers, have shaped this wonderful landscapes, going beyond the natural and becoming art work of monumental proportions.

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Music by Péter Nanasi:

Shot with Sony A99 - Sony A7 and Zeiss lenses by Sony Spain.
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If you want to learn how to make time-lapse movies like this, you might want to check my upcoming workshops:


"Shaped by Time" es un corto realizado con la técnica de time-lapse, que explora el poder de la naturaleza a través de la erosión que esta produce en los diferentes paisajes que aparecen en dicha película. Durante miles de años, el viento, las erupciones, la lluvia, las heladas y el agua de los ríos, han dado forma a estos maravillosos paisajes, transcendiendo lo natural, y convirtiéndolos en autenticas obras de arte de proporciones monumentales.

The Man Who Turned Paper Into Pixels from Delve on Vimeo.

A brand new video essay from

It was the change that no-one saw coming: the idea that we could take a book, a painting or a song and send it through cables and wires and even thin air to the other end of the world - and it would be identical on the other side. But this idea underpins everything about the Information Age we live in.

How did we make such a mind bending transition into the digital world? And how does it work? It turns out it’s all based on a concept that is surprisingly beautiful in its simplicity. This short video essay explores what that idea is and tells you about the man who figured it all out.

Computers are everywhere and control almost every aspect of our lives. In the next 6 minutes you’ll find out how they really work.


Curious? Read Andrew Lih’s quick explanation of Information Theory

Even more interested? Spend an hour learning Information Theory with this Cambridge Professor

Super interested? Read “Information: a history, a theory, a flood” by James Glieck

A maths person? Read Shannon’s original 1948 paper which changed the world:


The Long Game Part 1 -
The Long Game Part 2 -


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Here’s a transcript of this essay - message us with a .vtt file and we’ll create captioning in your language.


STOCK VIDEO: Beachfront B-roll / / Mitch Martinez
ARCHIVE: Prelinger Archives, San Francisco / Charles and Ray Eames
IMAGES OF CLAUDE SHANNON: MIT Museum Boston / Nixdorf MuseumsForums, Paderborn
PIANIST: Steph O’Dea
ANIMATION: Adam Westbrook
MUSIC: James Brett, Min-Y-LLan, Hugo ‘Droopy’ Contini

This video essay is released under a Creative Commons Licence for Non-commercial Attribution: share, remix, remake - but please give credit!

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Random Stop from CASTEL on Vimeo.

On his way home at the end of his shift, Sheriff’s Deputy Kyle Dinkheller made one final stop. Based on tragic true events. World Premiere SXSW 2014, BAFTA Student Film Awards Finalist, featured in June ‘14 American Cinematographer.

Written & Directed By Benjamin Arfmann
Produced By JP Castel | Director of Photography Justin Perkinson
Starring Geoffrey Kennedy & Brian Krause | |

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Ragen from Dan Sprogis on Vimeo.

A mysterious wizard casts a spell on a sleepy Bavarian village.

Sheridan College Thesis Film - 2013

Film by Dan Sprogis
Score by Paul Levasseur
Sound Design by James Dunn

2013 Toronto Youth Shorts Film Festival
Critic’s Choice Award

2013 6th annual Snow Wolf Cup (formerly known as Jilin Animation Institute Cup) - Changchun, China
Third Prize of the Best Animated Short Film in Oversea Group