Mind Blowing Film On Dubai Goes Viral On Social Media


Rob Whitworth, a prominent urban filmmaker from UK has produced a film on Dubai that is going viral on Social Media. Aptly titled Dubai Flow Motion, the three minute film seemlessly flows through various sequences and takes the viewers on a magical journey through the heart and soul of Dubai.

Well-known for pushing the boundaries of his medium to reveal locations in a compelling manner, Rob has truly struck gold with this mind blowing film. Dubai Flow Motion was shot over a period of three months across the Emirate of Dubai. 

Through the manipulation of time-lapse photography, Rob is known to lift the constraints of time and space to capture the vibrancy of destinations on a grand scale. Rob’s works are instantly identifiable, with gripping perspectives that create a profoundly transformative experience.

Rob’s recent major projects include shoots for the BBC Natural History Unit, McDonalds, The Catalan tourism board, Nike, Ford. His works have gained widespread critical acclaim, and received over 10 million online views. Originating from the UK, Robert gained his first-class honours degree in Photography from Norwich School of Art & Design.

Hug A Muslim Experiment Yields Heartwarming Results Amid Frigid Winter

The “Blind Trust Project” took place in downtown Toronto on a cold winter’s day. A Muslim man, arms outstretched, stands next to signs reading “I am a Muslim. I am labelled as a terrorist” and “I trust you. Do you trust me? Give me a hug.”
This three-minute video shows some touching responses from passers-by – especially the brother at the end, who certainly goes out of his way to show his support.