Category Archive: Film

May 20

“The World of Globe Specs” Short Video

If you are a sucker for premium eye wear then this short video will definitely pique your interests. Tetsuya Okada, owner of Globe Specs, gives an inside look on the classic worldly influences that have shaped his brand and Japanese style culture. Via Globe Specs Pin It

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May 13

“Things I See From My Cab” Short Video

Tumblr goes on a ride-along with New York City taxi driver Max Cohen, the creator of the photo blog, Things I See From My Cab (thingsiseefrommycab.tumblr.com). I’ve always had an interest in the life of a New York cab driver and this further piques my interests in what in my mind makes New York City’s …

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Apr 30

Spike Lee “The Dolly Shot” Video Montage

Spike Lee has been very influential in my development as a man over the last year or so. As I child I really was fascinated with his classic take on college life School Daze. Fast forward almost twenty years later his words, not his movies, gravitated me towards the life of Malcolm X. One of …

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Apr 25

“Mansome: A Documentary About Being a Man” Video Trailer

“Society has been very rigid about the role of men – those rules have been lifted.” From America’s greatest beardsman, to Morgan Spurlock’s own mustache, Executive Producers Will Arnett, Jason Bateman and Ben Silverman bring us a hilarious look at men’s identity in the 21st century. Models, actors, experts and comedians weigh in on what …

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Apr 17

Put This On: “The ‘Lo Heads” Video Feature

In my teenage years and early twenties I was a Polo Ralph Lauren fanatic. Everything I wore from head to toe, including undergarments, was Polo. Since then I have thankfully diversified my style. The ‘Lo Heads is a video feature highlighting enthusiasts within this subculture and their pledge to the flag, pony, and teddy. Respect …

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Apr 11

Ira Glass On Storytelling

“That for the first couple of years you’re making stuff, what you’re making is not so good, OK? It’s not that great. It’s trying to be good, it has ambition to be good, but it’s not quite that good. But your taste, the thing that got you into the game, your taste is still killer.” …

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Apr 08

Mr. Porter “The Way I Pack” Short Film

  “For me the best way to fold items is not to fold but roll.” Mr. Porter is one of the world’s finest online retailers for menswear. In staying true to their mission statement of keeping gentleman tailored and well groomed, here is a short film detailing how three well dressed men pack for travel …

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Mar 27

“The Street Stops Here” Documentary Trailer

“The Street Stops Here” is a documentary spotlighting basketball coaching legend Bobby Hurley Sr. and his work with inner city kids at the St. Anthony’s High School program. I happen to catch this film while traveling on vacation and it was one of the biggest highlights of my trip. This is a very inside look …

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Mar 12

“Jiro Dreams Of Sushi” Film Trailer

“I would see ideas in dreams.” As a lover of food and the arts I was totally floored by Jiro Dreams Of Sushi. This film follows the world’s great sushi chef,┬áJiro Ono, in quest of sushi perfection. This trailer alone was breathtaking and mouthwatering all at once. Pin It

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Mar 11

“A Man’s Story” Movie Trailer

“Having belief is a cornerstone of being a man. If you don’t have belief, you don’t have anything.” Ozwald Boateng was one of Britain’s most popular menswear designers. In 1998 his career and personal life changed drastically. For the next 12 years his life was captured through the lens of director Varon Bonitos. The result …

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