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"Man With A Movie Camera" (1929)

"Man with a Movie Camera" Russian director Dziga Vertov.

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Watch 13 Experimental Short Films by Tezuka Osamu, the Walt Disney of Japan

Watch 13 Experimental Short Films by Tezuka Osamu, the Walt Disney of Japan | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Tezuka Osamu (1928-1989) is known as “the God of manga” in Japan. He created classics for both children and adults in every genre – from horror to romance to action.
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Ernst Moerman, Monsieur Fantômas (1937)

This is "Ernst Moerman, Monsieur Fantômas (1937)" by Held Hands on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
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Werner Herzog’s No-Bullshit Advice to Aspiring Filmmakers and Creative Entrepreneurs

Werner Herzog’s No-Bullshit Advice to Aspiring Filmmakers and Creative Entrepreneurs | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Why all creative work is the product of "a furious inner excitement" and how to cultivate the best possible "climate of excitement of the mi
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20 Of The Best Experimental Short Films You Can Watch Online

20 Of The Best Experimental Short Films You Can Watch Online | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
During the 1920s art house cinema was beginning to gain its reputation as respectable filmmaking. This opened the doors for even more radical types of movies, one that would even question the basi
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Boyhood - International Trailer (Universal Pictures) HD - YouTube

IN CINEMAS NOW www.facebook.com/BoyhoodMovieUK Richard Linklater's BOYHOOD -- a fictional drama made with the same group of actors over a 12-year period from...
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A Page of Madness: The Lost, Avant Garde Masterpiece from the Early Days of Japanese Cinema (1926)

A Page of Madness: The Lost, Avant Garde Masterpiece from the Early Days of Japanese Cinema (1926) | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
It’s a sad fact that the vast majority of silent movies in Japan have been lost thanks to human carelessness, earthquakes and the grim efficiency of the United States Air Force. The first films of hugely important figures like Kenji Mizoguchi, Yasujiro Ozu, and Hiroshi Shimizu have simply vanished.
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UbuWeb Film & Video: Mustafa Abu Ali - They Do Not Exist (Laysa lahum wujud) (1974)

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15 Cyberpunk Short Films That Will Rock Your World

15 Cyberpunk Short Films That Will Rock Your World | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Cyberpunk art by 0800 at deviantart
Cyberpunk is a subgenre of science fiction set in a near-future, and they feature advance science and technology. If you've seen popular movies like...

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Man Ray and the Cinéma Pur: Four Surrealist Films From the 1920s

Man Ray and the Cinéma Pur: Four Surrealist Films From the 1920s | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Man Ray was one of the leading artists of the avant garde of 1920s and 1930s Paris. A key figure in the Dada and Surrealist movements, his works spanned various media, including film.
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Hard to Be a God: Brilliant Russian Film Imagines Humanity Without a Renaissance

Hard to Be a God: Brilliant Russian Film Imagines Humanity Without a Renaissance | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
The first thing I saw when I arrived in the Netherlands for this year's International Film Festival Rotterdam was a glossy print of Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring, blown up and sprawled ac...
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Mlik Sahib's curator insight, May 20, 4:41 AM

"The film is a battle cry against those who seek to snuff art out of the world, a call for us to not slide further back into our natural barbaric state. It tells us that whatever the threat, culture is only our only weapon against an endless deluge of muck and filth and shit. And it reminds us that, though all of it, great art must survive."

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Beats in NYC (1959) - Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac & Friends - YouTube

Silent 16mm film of Beat writers Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, as well as Lucien Carr and his wife Francesca and their three sons, Simon, Caleb and Ethan,...
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Philosophy In Film and Other Media - Video

Philosophy In Film and Other Media - Video | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Preview and download the podcast Philosophy In Film and Other Media - Video on iTunes. Read episode descriptions and customer reviews.
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Akira Kurosawa’s 80-Minute Master Class on Making “Beautiful Movies” (2000)

Akira Kurosawa’s 80-Minute Master Class on Making “Beautiful Movies” (2000) | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Akira Kurosawa, 'subtract ‘movies,’ and the result is ‘zero.’” Donald Richie, the 20th century's preeminent Western critic of Japanese film, quoted that line when writing a remembrance of the 20th century's preeminent Japanese filmmaker.
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A Conversation With Alejandro Jodorowsky - SXSW Film 2014 (Full Session) - YouTube

One of the legends of '70s cinema, a vanguard of the midnight movie, and just as famous for films he didn't make as the films he did, Jodorowsky is not an ar...
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A Trip to the Moon (and Five Other Free Films) by Georges Méliès, the Father of Special Effects

If you've taken a film studies course, you've almost certainly seen the work of Georges Méliès. His 1902 short A Trip to the Moon, at the top, which some cinema scholars cite as the picture where special effects as we know them began, has a particularly important place in cinema history.
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How Movies Synchronize the Brains of an Audience | Science | WIRED

How Movies Synchronize the Brains of an Audience | Science | WIRED | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
When people watch a movie together their brain activity is, to a remarkable degree, synchronized. It's a slightly creepy thought. It's also a testament to the captivating power of cinema, says Uri Hasson, a psychologist at Princeton University.
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Jodorowsky's Dune Trailer - YouTube

Jodorowsky's DUNE will premiere at the 2013 Cannes Director's Fortnight / Quinzaine des Réalisateur Production underway on JODOROWSKY'S DUNE It was announced...
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Fritz Lang’s Metropolis Restored with a Soundtrack Featuring Freddie Mercury, Adam Ant & Pat Benatar

Fritz Lang’s Metropolis Restored with a Soundtrack Featuring Freddie Mercury, Adam Ant & Pat Benatar | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
At the 1984 Cannes Film Festival, disco trailblazer and Oscar-winning composer Giorgio Moroder unveiled a restored version of Fritz Lang’s 1927 silent epic Metropolis -- the first time that the groundbreaking movie had been restored since it premiered.
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Darwin: A 1993 Film by Peter Greenaway

Darwin: A 1993 Film by Peter Greenaway | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Although British director Peter Greenaway is best known for feature films like The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover, Prospero's Books, and The Pillow Book, he has also completed several highly respected projects for television, including this 53-minute exploration of the life and work of Charles Darwin.
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Listen to François Truffaut’s Big, 12-Hour Interview with Alfred Hitchcock (1962)

Listen to François Truffaut’s Big, 12-Hour Interview with Alfred Hitchcock (1962) | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Today, we're bringing back a wonderful series of audio recordings -- Truffaut's lengthy interview with another legendary director, Alfred Hitchcock.

Back in 1962, François Truffaut, the inspiration behind French New Wave cinema, met with Hitchcock.
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The Hearts of Age: Orson Welles’ Surrealist First Film (1934)

The Hearts of Age: Orson Welles’ Surrealist First Film (1934) | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Back in the summer of 1934, Welles, only 19 years old, joined up with William Vance, a high school friend, and shot The Hearts of Age. It ran eight short minutes and featured four cast members: Welles, Vance, Virginia Nicholson (Welles' girlfriend and eventual first wife) and Paul Edgerton.
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Snowpiercer Is One Of The Best Sci-Fi Movies In Years

Imagine the claustrophobia and last-man standing dystopia of Battlestar Galactica married to the comedic oppression of Terry Gilliam's Brazil. Now imagine all of that is stuck on a train. That's Snowpiercer.
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Robot Film "Construct" Could Change Everything You Know About CGI | The Creators Project

Robot Film "Construct" Could Change Everything You Know About CGI | The Creators Project | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
Combining motion capture with ray tracing, the forthcoming film could start a VFX revolution.
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Two Vintage Films by Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel: Un Chien Andalou and L’Age d’Or

Two Vintage Films by Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel: Un Chien Andalou and L’Age d’Or | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
While studying at the University of Madrid in the late 1910s, a young Luis Buñuel befriended an even younger Salvador Dalí.
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David Lynch Presents the History of Surrealist Film (1987)

David Lynch Presents the History of Surrealist Film (1987) | Cinema Zeal | Scoop.it
What living director has drawn the descriptor “surreal” more often than David Lynch?
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