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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: My Friend Kills Time

Norwegian filmmaker Jakob Rørvik follows the daily routines of Thomas Duggan, a design graduate from Central St. Martins during his self-imposed exile in the British countryside. This introspective documentary examines Duggan's slow transformation as he withdraws from connected society. Whether it's a change for the better or the worse is for you to decide. [Nowness] More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 23rd

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: My Friend Kills Time

Norwegian filmmaker Jakob Rørvik follows the daily routines of Thomas Duggan, a design graduate from Central St. Martins during his self-imposed exile in the British countryside. This introspective documentary examines Duggan's slow transformation as he withdraws from connected society. Whether it's a change for the better or the worse is for you to decide. [Nowness] More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 23rd

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: The Face of Another (NSFW)

Hardcore pharmaceuticals turning an apathetic, anonymous public into exhibitionists while conventional relationships crumble to dust. This totally not safe for work (unless you work at the Power Exchange) music video for Bot'Ox's latest single featuring Anna Jane was directed by Berlin-based Flokim Lucas. More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 20th

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Scars

What? You act like you've never seen a troop of baboons play Black Spire's "Scars" before. Get with the times man. Kristof Luyckx directed the animation. More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 19th

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Scars

What? You act like you've never seen a troop of baboons play Black Spire's "Scars" before. Get with the times man. Kristof Luyckx directed the animation. More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 19th

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Scars

What? You act like you've never seen a troop of baboons play Black Spire's "Scars" before. Get with the times man. Kristof Luyckx directed the animation. More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 19th

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: 18F44

Whoa, who would have thought that mutating hexagons could be so beautiful. It's like watching a sheet of sentient paper origami itself into form. More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 18th

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: 18F44

Whoa, who would have thought that mutating hexagons could be so beautiful. It's like watching a sheet of sentient paper origami itself into form. More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 18th

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: SATUR 09

So this is what living inside our most recognizable plant would look like—a gently bobbing yellow haze, with occasional downpours of ring rain. Quite peaceful really, ignoring the fact that its atmosphere is almost entirely hydrogen and helium. This short by Brazillian multimedia designer, Nagash, mixes macro video with snippets of "Saturnine" and "How to Measure a Planet" by The Gathering. More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 17th

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: SATUR 09

So this is what living inside our most recognizable plant would look like—a gently bobbing yellow haze, with occasional downpours of ring rain. Quite peaceful really, ignoring the fact that its atmosphere is almost entirely hydrogen and helium. This short by Brazillian multimedia designer, Nagash, mixes macro video with snippets of "Saturnine" and "How to Measure a Planet" by The Gathering. More »
    


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Andrew Tarantola

April 17th

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