ilovecharts:

The Impossible Trinity of Creativity

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We live in America, where our chips are drenched in cheese and then deep-fried. Thank you, Gentlemen, for directing this amazing Doritos Loaded spot for 7-Eleven and introducing us to this godly new snack:

Stop talking about your fish, Ben, and listen to sushi chef Anthony Davis. A new spot for Boost Mobile by GO Directors Gentlemen.

rlnc:

Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.

Rest in peace, Casey Kasem.

Anyone else geeking out over this Star Wars round table?

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disposemagazine:

Photographer Samantha West  LA, USA for Issue 28

Dispose Magazine gives photographers a disposable camera and sees what they come up with. This is from LA photographer Samantha West. We dig it.

Happy Earth Day from us to you. 

Because Wednesday. By GO Film collective Beautimus.

Good morning, Monday.

This is Spinal Tap, created by GO Director Christopher Guest, turns thirty this week. Here’s to always cranking it up all the way to 11.

theladybadass:

Scenes from 1963 March on Washington. The march was documented by James Blue and restored by the US National Archives. The *entire film can be seen on the US National Archives Youtube Channel.

*The audio from 23:13 to 29:44 in this film has been redacted due to a copyright restriction by Dr. King’s family

"It makes plenty of sense if you don’t think about it." Well, OK, Dad. Check out Jeff Tomsic’s latest work with the Burns family for Pepcid Complete.

So in case you were sleeping last night (as most people do) Beyonce dropped an entire visual album complete with 17 videos last night and people are going CRAZY. We had to keep our lips sealed for a few weeks because the GO LA Office housed the production team for two of these videos. Great job, everyone! Be sure to check out the clips on Beyonce’s Youtube and you can purchase the full videos and album over on iTunes.

nywift:

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Photo by Joe Pugliese

Finally, a truly diverse actress roundtable.

New York Film Academy’s article on gender inequality in film. Wow.

HBO’s getting a show created by Diablo Cody and someone named Oprah.

Winona is back. And starring in an action flick.

Meet director Dennie Gordon