This is wonderful.
“20 cancer patients participated in a unique makeover experience. They were invited to a studio. Their hair and makeup were completely redone. During the transformation, they were asked to keep their eyes shut. A photographer then immortalized the moment they opened their eyes. This discovery allowed them to forget their illness, IF ONLY FOR A SECOND.”
I look forward to Pop Danthology every year.
2012 was a better year for music, so watch that one, too.
Glas by Bert Haanstra, Best Short Documentary, 1959.
It didn’t take long for Virgin America to one-up Delta.
If Virgin flew out of SNA I’d probably never use any other airline again.
I’m pretty tired of flying United. Inconsistent IFE systems, insane loading procedures, expensive Wifi that almost never works, and preferential treatment given to United credit cardholders has me seriously considering a switch to Delta.
My Delta friends, who fly as much or even less than I do, almost always get seat upgrades. I’ve never gotten jack from United.
Just look at this holiday flight safety video from Delta. United would never do anything like this!
I retired “SoulVision” and went with “Displace“.
It had been a few years.
This is much cleaner – and responsive!
Get used to it!
Unless you’re all up in my Atom/RSS feed. In which case, there’s nothing to see here…
This is an incredible story.
Saroo Brierley found his family 25 years after falling asleep on a train in India, waking up lost, and being adopted by Australian parents.
It feels like all I ever post nowadays are videos.
There’s just so many good ones!
Here are two not-inexpensive-to-produce ads from Thailand and Taiwan that have nothing to do with products, services, or selling. They’ll probably make you cry.
Imagine waking up from surgery and seeing your wife for the first time!
Except it’s not the first time…it’s just the drugs wearing off.
Heavy on backstory and light on emotion, but a tearjerker in the end.
A Letter From Fred from Green Shoe Studio on Vimeo.