It's nice to know not all our food is mass produced by corporations. This short documentary tells the story of Tennessee pig-expert Allan Benton and his traditional recipes for curing ham. A tale of integrity, good quality, and bacon. Directed by Joe York.
You know what goes well with bacon? Bread!
Can you believe that these beautiful birds are dinosaurs' living descendants?
After many hours of hard work, throughout continental Spain (I leave the islands for the next time), I managed to edit this short film about the birds of my beloved country. Living and working in the richest European country regarding birds, I tried to film some of the Spanish specialities, mainly for non-Spanish birders. With so many different habitats and species, I had to move, driving to special locations sometimes separated more than 1000 km. The good thing was that after so many years birdwatching and working with birds, I really knew pretty well where to look for...
Composer, arranger, violist Lev "Ljova" Zhurbin, has composed music for four feature films and more than a dozen short films. He has released four albums, and arranged music for artists ranging from Yo-Yo Ma and the Kronos Quartet to Jay-Z.
He has recorded as a violist with Yo-Yo Ma, The Andalucian Dogs, The Knights and with his own ensemble, Ljova and the Kontraband, featuring his wife, Inna Barmash, on vocals.
"Cecil Hepworth's Rescued by Rover (1905) was the international blockbuster of its day, a gripping tale of a kidnapped baby saved by an intrepid canine hero - played by the Hepworth family dog Blair. The film was so successful it had to be remade twice after the first two negatives wore out. This sequel sees Blair and Hepworth's daughter Barbara return for another adventure. The sight of a dog fairly convincingly driving a car loses none of its entertainment value over a century later." -BFI Films
An animated short film about a man with an appetite for fine art, by ChezEddy.
This is pretty fantastic!
Below is an exquisitely shot short film by French filmmaker Benoit Millot about linen. Watch as the fifteen-minute documentary takes you on a journey from a flax field in Northern France to combing factories in Normandy and spinning centers in Belgium. If you love the feel of linen against your skin in the summer, you will enjoy this wonderful film.