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Filmography 2012: The Year in Movies

2012 has been a year like no other. Like she has done for the past two years, video editor Gen Ip captures the highlights of the year in film though a most captivating compilation.

From Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter to Zero Dark Thirty, Filmography 2012 splices together scenes from over 300 movies, an inclusive list that contains big budget action flicks, horror films, indie movies, animated tales, documentaries, and bottom-of-the-barrel b-movies. Gen Ip weaves together the scenes and common themes that we see in film year in and year out. Take a look back at the year in movies with Filmography 2012.

For a full list of the films used in the compilation, be sure to visit Gen’s blog.

[via The Verge]

Go Right: A Moving Tribute to 2D Platform Games

In this wonderful montage, YouTuber user RockyPlanetesimal captured footage from a slew of 2D side-scrolling platform games from past and present. Accompanied by “A Wild and Distant Shore” by Michael Nyman, Go Right pays homage to that old video gaming trope, when all else fails, go right.

[via Ufunk]

Welcome to Earth

From Luc Bergeron, the video editor who earlier created a music video for Rolling in the Deep, comes yet another crowd-sourced montage. This time, it’s a subject we quite fond of — time-lapse. Using clips from 179 other time-lapse videos, Bergeron creates a gorgeous tourist video for the Earth. Check out Welcome to Earth below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSREFYyoy-4

The videos used in the creation of this video are listed on Bergeron’s Google+ post.

[via Geeks are Sexy]

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Lost in Tokyo

Photographer Mark Bramley found himself in Tokyo, Japan for two days. He did what any good photographer might do — he created a time-lapse video of the things and people that he encountered in this most cosmopolitan of cities. Lost in Tokyo comprises 10,000 photos, all shot on a Canon 5D MkII. Check it out below.

[via Coolism TV]

The World Covers Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep”

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then cockney-twanged singer Adele should feel exalted. Her single “Rolling in the Deep” has reportedly been covered over 350,000 times on YouTube! Luc Bergeron has created a music video for “Rolling in the Deep” containing clips of other YouTube users singing “Rolling in the Deep”.

Bergeron gathered together 71 of best attempts to create his mashup, “World Covers – Rolling In The Deep”. Check it out below.

[via Huffington Post]

Heads Blowing Up

Supercuts are a dime a dozen these days so you have to pick the ones relevant to your interests. Heads blowing up is certainly one of mine.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHamad9Bfb4

That bloody montage was brought to you by Cinemamassacre. Be sure to read the Your Head A Splode tv trophe, it’ll blow your mind…

[via Live For Films]

One Week in Japan by Mike Matas

Time goes by so quickly in this time-lapse video from Mike Matas. The photographer and his girlfriend travelled to Japan, and for one week, took photos of the things, people, and places that they came across. Their travelogue, One Week in Japan, is a collection of 4000 of those photos and chronicles the wonderful scenes that they encountered.

[via Coolism]

Filmography 2011: The Year in Movies

There are only 15 days to go until the end of this year. If I could remember anything, I would say 2011 was a year like no other. There was good, there was bad, and everything else in between. In his retrospective montage, Filmography 2011, YouTube user genrocks celebrates the year in movies.

This mashup is composed of clips from 230 films that were produced or released this year. For more info on the film and music selection, visit the Filmography 2011 tumblelog.

[via Live For Films]

People Are Awesome!

Human beings are capable of so many things, and being awesome is one of them. Here is a compilation of different clips that shows how very crazy, athletic, and awesome we can be.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKWoPlL2B8I

[via Kottke]

A Operatic Montage of Rap Video Clichés

I haven’t watched a lick of MTV or Channel O so I hope this is still relevant. Vimeo user Thomas Traum has created a montage that celebrates the tropes that we’ve come to know and love in rap music videos.

The montage is accompanied by the operatic Symphony No. 5 that was composed by Gustav Mahler and is played out in five acts. Enjoy it bitches.

[via Guyism]