zaterdag 27 oktober 2012


Have you ever heard of the micro-documentaries? 'Cause if you haven't, you must definitely continue reading. Nowadays a lot of "documentary-makers", as I would like to call them, don't have the time to wait for their fund request approval. So they just start filming on their own. It sounds easy, because all they need is a camera and a computer, right? Anyways, let's not make this an awfully long introduction and get to the point: What's a micro-documentary? The name itself reveals its content. The film has to be short and powerful. The film's length forces the "maker" to get to the point. 

I spend my spare time wandering through the micro-documentary-mecca while drinking my hot milk chocolate and eating homemade cookies . I've selected my favourite micro-documentaries for you guys. Enjoy.

Youtube's description: In this Intel Visual Life short documentary, Michael Wolff, 
co-founder of Wolff Olins Agency and considered one of the preeminent visionaries 
and perhaps the father of 20th century brand expression and identity, 
talks about his approach to looking at the world, 
including the muscles of curiosity, appreciation, and imagination.

Shout out to all the fashion bloggers out there! A micro-docu about The sartorialist!!
How amazing is that?

A VERY cute documentary about a little, struggling soccer team in Spain.

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