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Light Goes On

Dianna Agron's You Me and Charlie - Light Goes On
Kallie Larsen
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January 7th, 2014

Photographer Darren Pearson spent a year taking over 700 photographs for this incredible stop-motion light painting video, Light Goes On. Pearson’s mastery of light painting (and his incredible patience) are evident in the film, which follows a skateboarding skeleton through the streets of Los Angeles. Read More

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Celia Rowlson-Hall Launches Kickstarter Campaign For Feature Film

Dianna Agron's You, Me and Charlie - MA - A Modern Day Silent Film by Celia Rowlson-Hall
Melody Darlene
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December 11th, 2013

When we launched YM&C a couple years ago, our main goal was to highlight amazing artists in all art forms and to be able to introduce new ones to provide a platform that showcases their work. One of those artists is Celia Rowlson-Hall. Celia, who is a frequent collaborator with YM&C Editor Lexy Hulme, is an enormous talent whose work is thought provoking and captivating. [Check out Mariah's Lollipop (my fave) and The Audition]

Celia is now stepping into the world of feature filmmaking and she needs help from all of her supporters. She’s launched a Read More

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Etereas [Short Film]

Dianna Agron's You, Me and Charlie - Etereas [Short Film]
Lauren Powell
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October 25th, 2013

I’m pretty sure it’s safe to say hula-hooping is back! Let me explain… It’s not every day you witness something like this. Something so creative, so entrancing, so alive. The short film, titled “Etereas”, features a Read More

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Hipsterhood – Season 2

Dianna Agron's You Me & Charlie - Hipsterhood
Melody Darlene
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September 10th, 2013

Being from LA, I’ve heard every hipster stereotype there is. But to SEE the stereotypes being acted out is sooo ridiculously funny. Ladies and gents, I present to you, Hipsterhood, a hilarious web series from Blip TV. From the Farmers Market to faux fur and everything in between… this show is brilliant! I don’t consider myself a hipster (hmmm… maybe a hood hipster – does that exist?), but I can relate to sooo many of these jokes. Pretty much these stereotypes aren’t exclusive to LA, there’s something that rings true to Read More