A scene from “Animals are Beautiful People” that shows African animals getting drunk after eating fermenting marula fruit, the fruit used to make the alcoholic drink, Amarula. The film was made in 1974 and starred an all-animal cast of wild African animals. Shot in and around South Africa, the movie went straight to cinema and has thrilled audiences ever since. One of the most beloved scenes from the nature documentary is the one shown in this clip. Baboons, elephants and even ostriches eat the ripe, fermenting marula fruit and start stumbling around in a drunken parody of humans who have been drinking. “Animals are Beautiful People” draw many similarities between animals and humans, personifying the wild creatures in an attempt to inspire humans to view their animal brethren with more humanity. To learn more about this film, visit Wikipedia’s entry on “Animals are Beautiful People”.
Simkó-Várnagy Mihály creates an entire music track with his electric cello by looping the music he makes. There are some similarities between his cello technique and percussive acoustic guitar, although because electric cellos lack the hollow body of classical guitars and cellos, the majority of the tapping takes place on the strings. For more videos […]
Cyril Rolando is a French artist who uses Photoshop to create digital paintings and illustrations of children’s stories and fantasy tales. His paintings appear to be formed from the substance of dreams. Rolando’s abstract painting style lends a dreamy essence to each fantasy painting, a technique that suits the frolicking creatures found in his art. […]