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Goodbye, Ghibli [Animation Domination High-Def]

A few weeks ago, Studio Ghibli announced that they were taking a break from film production. While they haven’t made a final decision, it’s possible that “When Marnie Was There” will be their last feature film.

Animators the world over have been inspired by Ghibli films; this is Animation Domination High-Def’s small tribute to Studio Ghibli. We want to say Thank You. And we hope they don’t go away for good.

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Awesome!: Star Wars Medley (Cover by Harp Twins - Camille and Kennerly)

Identical Twins Camille&Kennerly play their electric duet harp arrangement of the “Main Theme”, “Victory Celebration”, and “Throne Room” from the Star Wars movie trilogy.

Available on Amazon / iTunes

Music Arranged by Camille and Kennerly
Music Produced by Camille and Kennerly
Video Concept by Camille and Kennerly
Video Edited by Camille and Kennerly
Costuming by Camille and Kennerly
Everything else by Camille and Kennerly

Audio Recording = No studio or sound engineer. No splices, edits, loops, overlays, or backtracks. Just 2 harps - 1 audio take!

(please listen with headphones for more complex sound and fuller bass lines)

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Pierce Brosnan Plays GoldenEye 007 With Jimmy Fallon [The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon]

Jimmy fulfills a childhood dream by playing the Nintendo 64 video game GoldenEye 007 against former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan.

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Solving a Rubik’s Cube Around The World

nyassin14 wanted to solve a 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube throughout the entirety of his journey for two months. One person makes one move only in different locations around the world.

This is the final result:

11 countries. 84 moves. 30 females. 54 males. 1 monkey. 1 snake. 1 rejection.

Underwater shots were filmed using a GoPro Hero 3+ and everything else was shot using an iPhone 5s.

1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427 vs 1968 Porsche 911L! [Head 2 Head Episode 57]

On this special episode of Head 2 Head we jump in the way-back machine.

The 1960’s were the defining decade of the modern era. From the Cuban Missile Crisis, to the assassinations of JFK, RFK and MLK, to the hippie counter culture, to a man standing on the moon, few ten-year spans in history have seen as much tumult. Fewer still have seen as many awesome cars.

On this episode we look at two of the most important cars from the 1960’s: a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Tri-Power and a 1968 Porsche 911L.

The Corvette is all sound and fury, with a monster motor that still feels quick today and a soundtrack to die for. The 911, by way of contrast, is the more nimble driver-focused sports car solution, with steering feel that modern cars can only dream of. But one of these two is better than the other.

Watch to find out which!

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