Tiny stories of New York City captured at 1000’s of frames per second.
"Still Life" is a short film that seeks to find connection between creativity and everyday moments, set against the backdrop of New York City.
It was shot guerrilla style with the Phantom Miro and Red Epic.
NYC ² by Alix A.K.A. L’intripéde
Made over the course of a two week visit to New York City with a fresh set of eyes, this is a beautifully-edited tribute to the five boroughs.
8,336,615 (New York) by Paul Riccio
A visual monologue of what it’s like to live amongst New York City’s 8,336,615 people. Constantly surrounded by others, yet often, lonely.
The Birdman by Jessie Auritt
Amidst the overflowing stacks of CDs, a shop-owner known as the Birdman remains a relic of New York City as his surroundings quickly change around him.
MIDTOWN by Drew Geraci (District 7 Media)
Drew Geraci captures the sheer madness of midtown Manhattan in timelapse form.
Fun fact: Geraci and his company District 7 Media did the timelapse titles for Netflix’s House of Cards.