Sony's 'god Of War' Documentary Now Available On Youtube

Sony's 'God Of War' Documentary Now Available On YouTube

The God of War franchise has been quite a staple in Sony’s PlayStation-exclusive line for years now, and with the last release, Sony attempted something different by introducing a new character to the game in the form of Kratos’ son. It proved to be a good idea because the game was extremely well-received and won a prize at the Game Awards.

For those who love to see what goes on behind-the-scenes during game development and want to know what the game’s designers and developers were thinking, Sony has since released the “Raising Kratos” documentary on YouTube where you can watch it for free in its entirety.

Lexus Is Legitimately Releasing A 60,000-hour Version Of Its 'takumi' Documentary

Lexus is legitimately releasing a 60,000-hour version of its 'Takumi' documentary

In an age when many people determine expertise and authority by a blue check next to a Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram account, the idea of a true expert at his or her craft has been somewhat washed out. It is no longer an expectation, it's a rarity, and Lexus is honoring those who show true dedication to the art and science of practice. On March 19, Lexus will release a documentary about reaching takumi status, the highest level an artisan in Japan can attain by putting in 60,000 hours of work.

Lexus first debuted this documentary, "Takumi – A 60,000-Hour Story on the Survival of Human Craft," at the DOC NYC film festival in New York. The film, which Lexus calls a character-driven study, has two forms. The feature version will debut on Amazon Prime and other streaming services, but that's technically a cut from the full-length 60,000-hour version. Yes, 60,000 hours, that's not a typo. The elongated cut will feature loops and repetitions of various skills as a way to imitate and display what it takes to become a takumi craftsman.

Check Out The Documentary Movie For Flumpool's Comeback Live

Check out the documentary movie for flumpool's comeback live

A documentary movie featuring flumpool's comeback live, which was held on January 13 at Tennoji Park in Osaka, has been revealed. 

The band had been on hiatus since December of 2017 due to vocalist Yamamura Ryuta's throat condition. They stood in front of fans and performed for the first time in over a year on January 13. The footage shows clips from the live as well as the rehearsal. 

Acura And Amazon Celebrate Entrepreneurial Spirit In A New Documentary

Acura and Amazon Celebrate Entrepreneurial Spirit in a New Documentary Showcasing the Inspiring Journeys of Three Amazon Launchpad Entrepreneurs

Acura, Amazon Media Group and Amazon Launchpad have collaborated on a new long format documentary that explores the journey and spirit that drives entrepreneurs and the process of taking a product from concept to market. Debuting today, "This Is What We Make" is available on Prime Video through the Amazon Video Direct self-publishing service. The program follows three Amazon Launchpad entrepreneurs as they develop ideas into a tangible product while also featuring insights and perspectives from three innovation experts.

The film was created by Acura and Amazon Media Group, marking the first time either party has developed original, long-form content. "This Is What We Make" features three Amazon Launchpad entrepreneurs: John Alexiou of SubPac, Jason Johnson of August Home and Filippo Yacob of Primo Toys. Amazon Launchpad is a program that helps startups and entrepreneurs launch, market, and distribute their products to hundreds of millions of Amazon customers across the globe.

Recording Documentary Of Yonezu Kenshi And Suda Masaki's Collaboration Song Revealed

Recording documentary of Yonezu Kenshi and Suda Masaki's collaboration song revealed

Previously, it was reported that Suda Masaki will be participating in Yonezu Kenshi's new album "BOOTLEG" with the song "Haiiro to Ao (+Suda Masaki)." A documentary video has been uploaded onto YouTube showing scenes from the recording.

"Haiiro to Ao (+Suda Masaki)" is a number that describes the moment when two people, who were friends when they were young, miraculously click even though they've grown apart as they've become adults. Reportedly, Yonezu directly contacted Suda to participate in this song as he felt the song would not be complete without him.

Japanese Documentary Aims To Show Reality Of Nighttime Nurseries

Japanese documentary aims to show reality of nighttime nurseries

A Japanese documentary film that attempts to dispel negative perceptions about nighttime nursery schools is being released in Tokyo as a curtain raiser for a nationwide run.

The film titled "Yakan mo Yatteru Hoikuen" (Nurseries Open Even at Night) tries to spotlight the plain truth about struggling working and single mothers or single-parent families faced with few options but to leave their children in nurseries at night.

X Japan Documentary We Are X Is Itunes "editor's Choice" And Amazon's "indie Of The Week"

X JAPAN Documentary WE ARE X is iTunes "Editor's Choice" and Amazon's "Indie of the Week"WE ARE X, the transcendent and captivating rock ‘n’ roll documentary about one of the most successful bands in history, X JAPAN, is out now on Blu-Ray™, DVD and Digital HD from Magnolia Home Entertainment under the Magnet Label. The critically acclaimed documentary has been selected as both the iTunes “Editor’s Choice” and Amazon’s “Indie Of The Week” picks despite a crowded release week which includes La La Land, Hidden Figures and Moana amongst others. WE ARE X profiles the blockbuster Japanese rock band X JAPAN and its enigmatic frontman YOSHIKI--composer, classically trained pianist, drummer and the creative force behind the band’s wild success.

X Japan Documentary "we Are X" Available On Usa Home Video April 25

X Japan Documentary "We Are X" Available on USA Home Video April 25WE ARE X, the award-winning rock-n-roll documentary about one of the most successful bands in history, arrives on Blu-Ray™, DVD and Digital HD on April 25 from Magnolia Home Entertainment under The Magnet Label. From director and acclaimed documentarian Stephen Kijak (Stones in Exile), WE ARE X profiles the blockbuster Japanese rock band X Japan and its enigmatic frontman Yoshiki – composer, classically trained pianist, drummer and the creative force behind the band's wild success.

Mazda Award Presented For Refugee Documentary Project

Mazda award presented for refugee documentary projectVideo blogger Patricia Charro Herrera received the third-annual Mazda Make Things Better Award yesterday evening during a ceremony at Mazda Motor Belux in Willebroek, Belgium. The 22-year-old journalism graduate from Spain won the €10,000 prize for “Home World”, a documentary film project conceived to tell the stories and portray the plight of refugees in Europe.