fall down: go boom
October 22, 2004 2:27 PM   Subscribe

Crashes and explosions as art: (QT video) So the folks at Coudal.com had a one day video editing contest. the trick was to set Nasa crash test footage to music... And some amazing entries followed. (Warning: if you are freaked out by airplane crashes move right along [no one was hurt in this endeavor])
posted by edgeways (10 comments total)
disclaimer: I won't comment on favorite entries as I know one of the follow up winners. (it is interesting that ALL of the participants where male, but I'll defer making any conclusions based on that)
posted by edgeways at 2:38 PM on October 22, 2004

Anybody know the name of the song in the winning entry?
posted by RubiX^3 at 3:45 PM on October 22, 2004

That winning entry was really good.
posted by Civil_Disobedient at 4:23 PM on October 22, 2004

That was impressive.
posted by jkilg at 6:58 PM on October 22, 2004

Wasn't the Endeavor one of the space shuttles?
posted by jmccorm at 7:57 PM on October 22, 2004

wow. Can anyone name the songs used for the winner and the runners up?
posted by notsnot at 7:57 PM on October 22, 2004


(Am I weird for having a near-fetish for this sort of thing? Plane crash footage, ghost ships in the Aral Sea, derelict hulks of famous vessels, et cetera...)
posted by Vidiot at 11:40 PM on October 22, 2004

No you're not weird. I might be though since I'm a girl. ;)
just teasing edgeways a little
posted by dabitch at 2:47 AM on October 23, 2004

The only song from the top four that i know is the Lunt submission, a piece called "Fear" (surprise) by a band called Low.

tease all you want dabitch, is ok.
posted by edgeways at 10:16 AM on October 23, 2004

The music from the winning entry is the Velapene Screen remix of Interpol's Untitled track -- it's downloadable from the label here [mp3].

The original, by the way, is from the Interpol album Turn on the Bright Lights.
posted by another test at 5:12 PM on October 24, 2004

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