Posts tagged ‘video’

October 20, 2013

Interview with Richard Rampersad – Artist

December 31, 2012

Celebrate The New Year with a Video from My Twitter Friend Ryan James Yezak

2012 in 4 Minutes

October 23, 2012

My Friend Bruce Pays Tribute to His Hometown of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia

My dear friend Bruce Bishop pays musical tribute to his hometown of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Find out more about Yarmouth here and more about Bruce here.

October 20, 2012

Shane Bitney Crone – NO FREEDOM UNTIL WE ARE EQUAL

I watched this when it was first uploaded and while I loved the general message even if I didn’t necessarily agree with some things like him and his former partner praying to change. Then, I thought about it and it really is his story and his life. The message is powerful.

October 18, 2012

Israel’s Idan Matalon and a Conversation with his Mom.

The always refreshing and amusing Idan Matalon takes a break from clip-syncing to have an intimate on-camera chat with his mother. ( In Hebrew with English subtitles).

October 16, 2012

Beautiful Video

This needs no explanation. Via Ryan James Yezak

October 10, 2012

OMG by Heidrik. Shot in the Faroe Islands.

This song and video are stunningly beautiful. Why didn’t I ever hear about him before.

October 3, 2012

Wonderful Video from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Via Randy Roberts Potts

September 24, 2012

Saint Lou Lou – Maybe You

I ran across this song and video today and it touches me deeply. So beautiful and evocative.

The Guardian UK has written about the singing twins:

With its sleepy, minor chord synths and innate sense of longing for what could have been, Saint Lou Lou’s debut single feels like the perfect end-of-summer song. In fact, the disparity between the seasons and climates infuses everything about the music made by twins Elektra and Miranda Kilbey, the pair splitting their time between the crisp winters of Sweden and the balmy summers of Australia.

Read more here.

August 23, 2012

Short Film – Role Reversal [2012] (Gay Short Film)

In a society in which he is the minority, a young high school student explains how difficult it is to be himself in public with the person that he loves. An original short film written and directed by Jakub Roman.