Beasts of the Southern Wild came from nowhere to win the top prizes at Sundance and Cannes. Well, not quite from nowhere. Here, the film’s director Benh Zeitlin discusses the origins of the filmmaking collective Court 13 in an abandoned squash court, the truly wild origins of the film, and why they paint the back of the chair even if the camera doesn’t see it.
For sophomore feature Take This Waltz, Sarah Polley mines her Toronto neighborhood for a tale of romantic longing.
"Random Acts of Fusion," developed by agency Team Detroit and 42 Entertainment, recruits Ryan Seacrest as your host to the Fusion’s pre-launch that promises to live up to Ford’s standards of delivering stellar social media campaigns.
Created by agency Fred & Farid Paris, "Hugs" pays homage to "those rollerbladers" who can’t seem to catch a brake.
A new series of print ads for Devlyn Optical depicts concert seating charts as eyeballs to show some of the things you should be seeing.
A snarky, but efficient way to let someone know not to forward any more boring links your way, "Yawn Bomb" says it all so you don’t have to.
Lee Hardcastle is the maker of some of the most seen, loved, and perhaps most gruesome, claymation shorts around. Each of his pieces is instantly recognizable and distinctively his own. Here, the artist talks to Co.Create about his process for putting a film together and his philosophy of "the gore the merrier."