6 movies

Stop Look and Listen

January 1, 1967

A man wearing suit, tie, black-framed glasses, and a hat, leaves his house in LA's San Fernando Valley and heads off in his car. Except his car is him, seated on the ground - he moves via stop motion. He's careful and methodical, but when a cigar-chomping hotshot cuts him off, he engages in a bit of passive aggressive driving.

Careful

May 26, 2017

A journalist, investigating traffic violations in a city, comes across mysterious happenings and lands herself in a dangerous situation.

Gates of Heaven

August 1, 2018

Gates of Heaven explores the unnerving intersection between society’s addictive relationship with their devices, delivered with a satirical comedic twist.

Not So Easy

January 1, 1973

A motorcycle safety film

Spoke

July 9, 2016

Three young commuter cyclists set out to bike from San Francisco to Orlando, interviewing crash victims, urban planners, activists and law enforcement to investigate what makes the U.S the most dangerous developed country for cyclists. Shot on location, the trio travel to each interview by bicycle, with cameras, tripods and microphones strapped to their front-racks. Carrying the stories of fellow cyclists killed on American roads, SPOKE is an adventure-tale that looks to empower users of the humble bicycle.

Pedestrian Crossing

May 13, 1948

Richard Massingham gives a comic demonstration of how to cross the road.

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