January 23rd, 2011
|11:46 pm - Some small fandom vids|
Many of my lj friends have been linking to Festivids: small fandom gift exchange.
Taken from that list, here are some fan-vids for little fandoms I like a lot:
Let It Be: Mad Men set to The Beatles. It's about Peggy and Don: their various relationships vs their enduring friendship, over four seasons. I think this is a deep and ambiguous vid. (ETA I just watched this again and it makes emotion well up inside of me. It's nice to see the depiction of a loving platonic relationship between a man and a woman.)
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof: Indiana Jones to the Brian Setzer Orchestra. Harrison Ford and Rockabilly are two of my favourite things.
Baby's First Christmas: Misfits to Connie Francis. Shame it uses the Christmas episode which I think was the least interesting of last season.
As Above So Below: Pan's Labyrinth to Enya and Gustavo Santaolalla. The music is quite subdued but the visuals are very strong.
Knockin' on Heaven's Door: Point Break. Ah, Keanu and Swayze at their most lovely, directed by Kathryn Bigelow. Nice.
LA Woman: Pulp Fiction to The Doors. What a brilliant film.
|Date:||January 24th, 2011 09:04 am (UTC)|| |
I'd missed the Indiana Jones one, thanks:)
I wasn't totally blown away by the Pan's Labyrinth one, but bloody hell, felt myself welling up just having the memories of the film sparked off. What an excellent piece of work that film is.
Or it could just be the hormones.
Yes, it sets me off, so I can only imagine.