Really amazing CGI animation that shows DNA coiling, replicating, transcripting and translating. It was created by Drew Berry of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. I love it because you hear the hum of molecular activity. Last part, on haemoglobine anaemia, is dramatic.
Next one is on HIV lifecycle, it isn’t as good, but it’s very educative.
An installation made with Giorgia Curti and Enrica Vatteroni at Crack!, Forte Prenestino, June 2008. A cartoonish room is mirrored by its inverted counterpart. The video was shot and edited by Enrica, along with the soundtrack that actually looped during the show.
Drawings were scanned and plotted at full size, then glued on a carton backing. Visitors were disoriented by the absence of their own reflection in the cutout mirror.
The following, created by Gabriele Guerra, is a very ambitious mash-up: instead of a mere trailer, it re-edits two whole movies, ending up with almost an hour of good quality entertainment. What is really impressive of the operation, is that the two sources are not ridiculized, but almost strengthened in their assumptions and drama. Check out the trailer below, then you’ll want to see the entire thing.