Big Shots, which defines itself as a "collective of young creatives that specializes in making video content for web, tv and cinema" just release some work they did for the city of Amsterdam. Entitled How to Spend 1,000 Euros in Amsterdamn, the video follows the day in the life of one random guy from a first person perspective. The get definitely gets busy.
Today the Web Marketing Association announced the winners of the 14th annual WebAwards for website development. Hitchcock Fleming & Associates Inc. won Best of Show for their work on "Glidden Website".
For the second year in a row, Extractable was named Top Agency at the 2010 WebAward Competition, taking home 27 WebAwards.
Check out all the WebAwards winners here.
A new campaign is being seeded for Microsoft 7. The campaign takes the form of a video competition (on a site which currently doesn't seem to work...at least with Firefox...which might be why) which seeks seven second videos from filmmakers who could end up having their submissions shown at this year's 54th BFI London Film Festival. Video's should reflect the budding filmmaker's favorite film or genre.
Here's the first promotional clip which will soon be followed by four others.
A Craigslist ad reads, "Seeking fit girls under 25 for lingerie vignettes similar to what you now see on Agent Provocateur's site archives. Each little video has a particular style or theme from a police line up to a dinner party. These will be used on the client site as well as large video displays in a guerrilla shop in October. www.Phunxion.com."
If you're young and hot ladies and you live near LA, you could get $500 for the gig.