“Video” (Used 20 times)
noisemaxim on 07/19/2013 at 11:05PM
HUDSON AW'13 campaign starring Georgia May Jagger and Jon Kortajarena focuses on self expression and the HUDSON brand mantra of "LET YOURSELF GO."
ARTtube on 07/02/2013 at 06:55PM
Finding suitable 'free' music for a video soundtrack is usually not an easy feat ... but I think we were very lucky to find this nice track by Tyrannic Toy on FMA. It has several tempo changes which makes it quite versatile.
It is used in a video about American artist Oscar Tuazon, and I think the music track fits quite well with the artist's work. Our video editor did a great job matching the music with the images in the video.
Goad_Media on 04/15/2013 at 01:47PM
Thanks to the guys at Origamibio for creating the music used in this video! https://vimeo.com/63530088
Music: Sedimental Value (K-Conjog Remix) (Origamibiro) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
ange on 11/30/2012 at 09:30AM
The Free Music Archive and Prelinger Archives recently mixed their parts together and produced 122 strange and beautiful remix children. Though everyone's a winner when we contribute new and interesting works to the commons, some of our video remixes were especially full of winning.
JUDGE'S CHOICE WINNER: How Do You Say Goodnight by Carlo Patrão
ange on 11/16/2012 at 09:00AM
When two open digital libraries fall in love... this happens.
For our on-going video remix contest, the Free Music Archive and Prelinger Archives asked you to show us what video mashups of our collections would look like. From Betty Bop dancing the Charleston to modern jazz, to 1906 San Francisco set to dubstep... our remix children are deeply disturbing, abstract, violent, beautiful, and often half-naked.
We dare you now to find a comfortable chair in a dark room and watch all 122 entries. If you see one you like, log into the website, and click the thumbs up. You can vote for multiple videos, but only once. All voting will wrap up by 5pm ET on Monday, November 25th. The winner of the popular vote will take home an iPad.
So journey on, little monkeys! Vote now, and help natural selection determine the fittest.