Video-Philes: December 2006: Archives

December 21, 2006

MAD TV: Brokeback Mountain II - The Cowgirls genre: Gaylingual & Tongue-In-Cheek & Video-Philes

UPDATE:

I finally found another copy of the Mad TV spoof...Brokeback Mountain 2: The Cowgirls so I decided to repost the video. I think it's one of their funniest from last year. I'm not sure how long this clip will stay up but enjoy it while you can.

Daniel DiRito | December 21, 2006 | 2:08 PM | link | Comments (0)
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December 17, 2006

SNL Commercial: Woomba (Adult Content) genre: Tongue-In-Cheek & Video-Philes

Daniel DiRito | December 17, 2006 | 12:33 PM | link | Comments (0)
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SNL Digital Short: Dick In A Box (Adult Content) genre: Tongue-In-Cheek & Video-Philes

UPDATE:

I found an unedited version of this SNL digital video short and I have included it below.

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Saturday Night Live started doing digital video shorts last year with the introduction of Andy Samberg to the show. This latest video is one is one of the funniest they have done. If you want to see the unedited version, you can go to SNL here: SNL.com

Daniel DiRito | December 17, 2006 | 11:40 AM | link | Comments (2)
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December 13, 2006

Requiem For The Sea genre: Do Not Resuscitate & Happy Remembrances & Traveliscious & Video-Philes

The following video, Requiem For The Sea, was filmed at City Island, New York, a historic seaport community in New York City. I did the filming for my friend, Hyonok Kim last year while studying film at the New York Film Academy. Hyonok is a dancer by training and she teaches at a university in South Korea. She has won a number of awards related to her work with dance. The video tells a story of loss and death through dance and the use of stunning visual images and symbolism. If you find the sea to be relaxing and peaceful, this video will not disappoint. It is a work of art.

From Cityisland.com:

Originally inhabited by the Siwanoy Indians, who lived during the summer on the plentiful clams, oysters, and fish they found here, City Island was first established as an English settlement in 1685. Ideally situated to supply schooners traveling between Manhattan and points north, the island became an important shipping building and yachting center during the 18th and 19th centuries.

The two world wars brought about a conversion from yacht building to the construction of submarine chasers, P. T. Boats, landing crafts, tugs, and mine sweepers. City Island also became the site of a quarantine station, as well as the Hell's Gate pilot station.

After World War II, yachting returned and with it the building of 12-meter sloops that successfully defended the America's Cup, including the Independence, the Enterprise, and the Courageous. Today, the presence of yacht clubs, sailing schools, sail makers, marinas, fishing boats, and marine supply and repair shops reflect City Island's historic role as a nautical community.

Requiem For The Sea

Daniel DiRito | December 13, 2006 | 2:20 PM | link | Comments (1)
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December 6, 2006

Two Sides Of The Same Coin genre: Tongue-In-Cheek & Video-Philes

Two Sides Of The Same Coin is the second original Thought Theater video. The video is a mockumentary of the filmmaking process and a spoof of the movie Star Wars. The main character is the supposed director of the hit movie Jar Wars.

Daniel DiRito | December 6, 2006 | 9:49 AM | link | Comments (0)
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