Why Watch? In this world where CGI can do just about anything, it’s monumentally impressive when an artistic endeavor is achieved through sweat and a hundred clocks ticking. This video for Benga‘s “I Will Never Change” is the kind of short film that shows off one specific thing, but it’s a specific thing that’s infinitely impressive.

Us Studios crafted a soundwave using 960 vinyl records, some precise placement, and a lot of movie magic. Plus, you can check out how they did it because the team has given a ton of information from behind the curtain.

What will it cost? Only 2 minutes.

Skip Work. You’ve got Time For More Short Films

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