Another Gorgeous Short

From time to time I come across a short film that simply must be passed on…

The Archive, Sean Dunne’s documentary short about the impending fate of Paul Mawhinney’s astounding vinyl archive was the first (and can be viewed in full at the post Tragedy in Vinyl). Another was the Rauch Brother’s animated tribute to Battle of the Bulge veteran Joseph Robertson (which can be seen here at Story Corps)

Todays offering is Nuit Blanche, directed by Arev Manoukian. (and, by the way, watch it in the highest definition you can…)

Incidentally, I posted a couple of weeks ago about the Oscar nominated animated short Logorama. The link I posted was swiftly taken down, perhaps due to the impending Oscars, but, subsequent to the film winning the award, I’ve now found a new link to it. Take a look here – Logorama Link. It’s well worth the watch…

Tragedy in Vinyl: The Archive

I watched this gorgeous short film The Archive a couple of weeks ago.

It tells the story of Paul Mawhinney who has given his entire life to amassing what has become the world’s largest record collection. Mawhinney has over a million albums in his possession, including the world’s 1st flat record made in 1881. Due to health issues and a struggling record industry, Paul is being forced to Continue reading