Category Archives: Hello Hollywood

YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say?

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SNCF takes Paris pedestrians to other European cities

French Railway company SNCF teamed up with ad agency TBWA to create the “Europe, it’s Just Next Door” ad campaign that transports pedestrians to other European cities, simply by opening a door.

The brightly colored doors are placed in public areas around Paris and feature the names of European cities. When opened, the interactive experience begins, “plus vraie que nature”.

Nice execution, fun and engaging. Watch the video to find out more:

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Porn Sex vs. Real Sex

At first look, today might not be the most educational blog post I’ve ever shared but when I come across such a creative video, I don’t even wonder if it’s worth it.

Of course!

It is.

(Don’t) mind the Nutella.

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BitCoin Explained

Symbol of a new collaborative mindset, Bitcoin is a currency that only exists online and isn’t controlled by any kind of central authority.

This video will help you understand the promises and risks of Bitcoin:

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The First Clip From iJOBS with Ashton Kutcher

Here’s the first video from iJOBS, the movie about Steve Jobs starring Ashton Kutcher in a phenomenal methamorphosis as the former CEO of Apple.

Are you convinced?

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22 James Bond Movies in One

This 50 years of James Bond: The Movie takes segments of each 007 film in order starting with the five first minutes of Dr No (1962) and ending with the final five minutes of Quantum of Solace (2008). You’ll see how it almost flows together like a real movie, such a great job!

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Golden Eye!

I spent the weekend in London and celebrated a big birthday of a close friend. Lived 5 years in this amazing city and going back there is always a mix of emotions, excitment and above all fantastic friendship.

Golden Eye as a tribute to my amazing friends! They will know 🙂

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Cannes Film Festival 2011

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Amazing evening walking on the red carpet to attend the screening of “We Need to Talk About Kevin” by Lynne Ramsay, the only British title competing for the main award at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.  

A psychological horror movie exquisitely directed. No tears, no violence, no blood.

Gets you thinking and debating. 

Powerful.

 

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