So I've probably seen just about every projection mapping event, installation or experiment known to man. But, I completely missed this one late last year, and... it just happens to be one of the best creative executions around.
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When the Silent Film Director app for the iPhone was released a year or so ago, we noted it in passing and gave it no further thought. Just another gimmicky smartphone app – in this case one which converted your videos into faux silents with sepia tone, scratches and intertitles – and not likely to make much of an impact.
Well, a year or so on, and Silent Film Director has turned out to be a cult hit.
Now is a great time to be a silent movie fan. Actually, it's always a great time to appreciate the films made before Hollywood learned to talk. After all, silent film fans are some of the smartest, hippest Cinementals we know.
This year may have seen a recognition of how good silent filmmaking can be thanks to the release of The Artist, but in the small Scottish town of Bo'ness, near Falkirk, they've been in on the secret for 100 years.
Before CGI and green screens, before VistaVision and CinemaScope, even before Gable didn’t give a damn and Garbo wanted to be alone, movies thrilled their audiences with nothing more than flickering projections and the sounds of a live piano.
A Trip to the Moon was made by Georges Méliès in 1902 (just seven years after the Lumiere Brothers introduced the movies in Paris in 1895), and it was really the first real masterpiece of the young art of the cinema. It’s also a movie I love, and I’m not alone. Méliès’ Trip was a scintillating gem of film fantasy and science fiction, of ingenious special effects and playful wit, and it struck right into the hearts and minds of its first astonished audiences — penetrating their imaginations just as violently and memorably as moviemaker Georges Méliès’ rocket ship crashes into the eye of a startled man in the moon in the opening minutes of Méliès’ kooky classic: one of the best known images in all of cinema.
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But those who showed up at the Megaplex Theatre in Sandy, Utah, for the first screenings were able to participate in their own (nonlethal) version of the cinematic teen death match, donning sumo wrestling suits, picking up laser guns and jousting with inflatable swords. Before battling strangers and friends, patrons could visit Cinna's Salon and have their eyes decorated with glitter — just like the film's heroine, Katniss, gets dolled up by a stylist named Cinna before she's thrown into the arena. The winner took home a backpack and lunch box donated to the theater by the studio, Lionsgate.
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In the spring of 1928 Lehigh Valley newspaper readers might have noted a wire service story by Louella Parsons, the leading movie gossip columnist of the day, writing from a place that nobody had yet thought to call ‘Tinseltown.”...
Szczecin’s Pionier 1909 cinema, the oldest continuously-operating cinema in the world, celebrates its 100th birthday. A glance back at the history of this cinema, which is today renowned for its international quality program
Film archivists know the real treasures in their collections, and while they continue to cater those who wish to see the better known and more obvious classics, it is often the less familiar titles that nevertheless demonstrate the special power of the medium that find favour within the archives. So it was that during my time at the BFI, one of the films that we frequently held us as being the greatest in our collection was Some Activities of the Bermondsey Borough Council (1931).
Movie Studios Are Forcing Hollywood to Abandon 35 mm Film. But the ...LA WeeklyAnd on the projection side, digital is winning. This year, for the first time in history, celluloid ceases to be the world's prevailing movie-projector technology.
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