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like me on this is a New York Times OpDoc by Casey Neistat, see the original posting here -- a love letter to New York City, totally true story. before you call me an asshole for forgetting my stuff in a cab consider i'd been traveling for 10 days straight always with a producer who was responsible for the gear. this one time i offered to take it. was distracted w my cell phone, the bags were in the trunk and i was dead tired. these things happen in life.
find the original song Talk by Henry Hall here: Like Henry on Facebook: check out his latest music video here -- Outro instrumental by Max Barbaria and Henry Hall. Check out more stuff by Max here: wedding footage provided by Henroux at
follow me on snapchat - caseyneistat check out my second channel - on on on we shot this in 10 days, just the two of us. Max, my friend in the movie, is a talented filmmaker, he edited this movie. check him out
help the children affected by typhoon Haiyan by giving to Unicef no crew traveled with us, it was just Oscar and me. we filmed this ourselves, with a tripod, using my personal cameras. the whole story; i often get solicitations for work, all kinds of companies, people, organizations etc asking if i would be interested in making a video for them. i was really concerned after the typhoon, as anyone with a heartbeat was. left with the frustration and guilt i often feel when i learn of other people suffering, a guilt for not being able to help more. i had made donations but it's hard to see or feel the effects of ones contributions. a few days later i was contacted by 20th Century Fox, they wanted to know if i could make a promotional film to get the word out about Ben Stiller's great new movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Mitty is a movie about chasing a dream and they wanted me to make a movie about chasing a dream. I am a big dreamer but at that time only one thing came to mind; if i could do anything in the world right now what would it be? that's to help the victims of the typhoon. i, someone crassly, replied to 20th Century Fox that the only movie i wanted to make is one where i give away the budget to those in need. i still don't understand how or why but they agreed. i jumped on a plane with my best friend and fellow adventurer Oscar and we flew to Manila. there was little time to think or plan before we left, actually we did zero planning before we left. my original thought was that we'd connect with an NGO already in place, a non-profit that's already doing a lot of good, and i'd simply hand them a check. but that turned out complicated and it sort of felt like the non-profits we contacted did not want to link up with us. so on a whim we decided to launch our very own relief mission. it was complicated and at first improbable but with the help of an extremely loving group of locals, all who were total strangers, we were able to stretch the production budget really far. beyond the food distributed in the video we also worked with a local nurse and purchased a lot of medicine and medical supplies, as well as providing tools to village leaders to be shared within the village and aid in the rebuilding process. never have i met such people with the resilience of these typhoon victims. there was one thing that stuck out, one big huge tiny thing, that was; of everyone we were face to face with, thousands of people, not once, at anytime for any reason did anyone complain. no one. their focus was on rebuilding and healing, not sympathy. big thank you to Fox and Ben Stiller for not freaking the fuck out when they saw what i did with their money.
drawings by the brilliant Kim Smith, check out her work here; music by Jordan Galland (total genius) Follow That Dream by Daniel Johnston (if you don't know his work you should!) This film was made with the support of The Nantucket Project and Harbers Studios
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An OpDoc for the New York Times. Original posting and statement here; Special Thank You to Dr. Rising, Ping and Dr. Pi-Sunyer as well as the New York Nutrition Obesity Research Center for their contribution to this production. like me on follow me on and of course
i know it feels like this movie has a happy ending but after i finished it with a happy ending everything fell apart and now the ending is anything but. the thief portrayed in this video was my friend Oscar, you should follow him find me on; FACEBOOK TWITTER INSTAGRAM
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i was not hired or paid by anyone to make this movie. i made it because i was curious about the program. i did, in fairness, send it to the NYTimes and they loved it but were forced to reject it due the to gratuitous use of the word ASS. i was unwilling to remove the profanity despite the title of this film, which mirrors my initial experience, i do really really really love citibikes. more bikes means less cars (ideally), more active commuters, quieter city and generally a makes this place more civilized. i don't think i'll buy another bike, after this one it's citibikes for me. also i did sign up for a 1 year membership, even though i own a bike, just incase i am ever in need. find me on; TWITTER INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK TUMBLR WEB
i made this movie for J.Crew's Ludlow Traveler (that's the name of the suit) go to their website and buy it. or buy something else. does anyone read the description?
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like me on follow me on and of course music by J-Zone (song 1; Stony, song 2; Rebel Radio, song 3; Candy Razors. all instrumental versions)
CHECK OUT MY MERCH - remixed tunes - first song by - filmed this video on this -- big drone - OTHER GEAR --- Sony CAMERA OLD CAMERA; MAIN LENS; BIG SONY CAMERA; BIG Canon CAMERA; BENDY TRIPOD THING; YOU NEED THIS FOR THE BENDY TRIPOD; WIDE LENS; MORE EXPENSIVE WIDE LENS; SMALL CAMERA; MICROPHONE; OTHER MICROPHONE; OLD DRONE (cheaper but still great); follow me; on on on
FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM - the devils pool is located in Zambia. it's super tricky to get to and much more dangerous than you'd think. it wouldn't just be discouraged in the USA it would be downright illegal to swim in. the water levels play a big part the higher they are the more dangerous and at high season you can't get near it but there are times when the water is lower than when we were there which one can only assume would've made is safer. it's a special place
like me on follow me on and of course Nike asked me to make movie about earning Fuel Points which requires you to be active so i thought i'd push what being active meant. That's the gist of it anyways. My homie Graham Veysey and I shot it in 5 days (EXCEPT for the vietnam shot, that was from this summer) and we really didn't plan anything. Any excuse for an adventure.
filmed this video in 4k on this -- with this lens -- big drone - OTHER GEAR --- Sony CAMERA OLD CAMERA; MAIN LENS; BIG SONY CAMERA; BIG Canon CAMERA; BENDY TRIPOD THING; YOU NEED THIS FOR THE BENDY TRIPOD; WIDE LENS; MORE EXPENSIVE WIDE LENS; SMALL CAMERA; MICROPHONE; OTHER MICROPHONE; OLD DRONE (cheaper but still great); follow me; on on on songs mixed by
the NYC Marathon is pretty much my favorite race ever. This wasn't my fastest but probly my most fun 26.2, was a little windy but not much to complain about. Here're my full results (incase anyone cares) The YouTube Music Awards were pretty incredible. It's so rad that they did it. The way people voted, the way the awards were hosted. All of it was just way outside the box. It was total chaos, not sure if watching on YouTube conveyed how nuts it was, but to be there was some experience.
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