A year or so ago, I found a video called "Words" by a filmmaking team from New York called Everynone. I watched it three times in a row to figure out its riddle and once I figured it out, I watched two more times for the sake of fascination. I made my mom and dad watch it (they eventually figured out the riddle, too) and I shared it on Facebook.
Last night I couldn't sleep, so I was cruising Vimeo (it's kind of like YouTube for up-and-coming filmmakers and artists). The site is where I first found "Words" and it's where I found Everynone's newest project "Symmetry."
I've never seen films shorter than five minutes capture so many angles of humanity. It's all everyday stuff, like sneezing or walking, but it's edited and arranged in a way that embraces us for all of our quirky habits.
I hope you enjoyed this little Sunday morning special, I hear these videos go great with coffee!
I might be back later tonight to make up for skipping Saturday. Have a great day!