Each year at TED, we punctuate the program with interstitial videos: TV commercials, short films, music videos and montages that represent some of the best work of the year (or, rather, the best work of the year that can double as an interstitial). Over the weeks to come, we’ll share many of them with you here.
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At TED2006, we devoted an unusual amount of our “interstitial” time to a single advertiser, showing three different ads from Honda, all brilliant in their own way. Mind you, Honda has no affiliation with TED. We just like their ads. And we’re not the only ones. Two of the Honda spots — Choir and Impossible […]
Anyssa Samari finds the interstitials for TED Conferences — the short videos that run between speakers as palate-cleansers. “It’s like a Rubik’s Cube,” she says. “There are a lot of constraints—the videos can’t be too long, they need to tell a narrative, they need to be beautiful and they need to fit the theme of the session. […]