The most written-about film so far at this year’s Sundance Film Festival likely isn’t a star-studded or competition film. It’s “Escape from Tomorrow,” a black-and-white, nightmarish tale of one man’s spiral into absurdity at Disney ...
Pola X is a 1999 French romantic drama film starring Guillaume Depardieu, Yekaterina Golubeva and Catherine Deneuve. The film is loosely based on the Herman Melville novel Pierre: or, The Ambiguities. It revolves around a successful young novelist who is confronted by a woman who claims to be his lost sister, and the two begin a romantic relationship. The film title is an acronym of the French title of the novel, Pierre ou les ambiguïtés, plus the Roman numeral "X" indicating the tenth draft version of the script that was used to make the film.
Pierre (Guillaume Depardieu) lives with his mother Marie (Catherine Deneuve) in a castle in Normandy by the riverside of the Seine. They are very beautiful, rich, carefree and they like themselves. Every morning, Pierre leaves on the inherited bike of his father to visit Lucie (Delphine Chuillot), his fiancee. One night, Marie announces to Pierre that she arranged the date for his marriage to Lucie. Pierre leaves to announce the good news to his fiance. On the way, in the forest, a funereal beauty appears (Yekaterina Golubeva). She speaks with a strong accent from the countries of the East: "Pierre... you are not the only child, I am your sister, Isabelle." A passionate incestuous relationship will ensue.
Polymer film could be used in artificial muscle and to power micro- and nanoelectronic devices. (RT @MITnews: MIT engineers have created a new polymer film that can generate electricity using water vapor as a power source.
"Adventurer Dean Potter is the subject of a Nat Geo project called “The Man Who Can Fly“. For part of this project, filmmaker Bryan Smith with shooter Michael Schaefer worked on this stunning clip of Dean doing a highline walk in Yosemite with the moon filling the sky. Read on to find out how he got such an amazing perspective."
Warner to Show 3-D Film Trailers at Truck Stops New York Times (blog) Warner has committed to use the network to advertise 3-D versions of both “Jack the Giant Slayer,” a revved-up version of “Jack and the Beanstalk,” and “Pacific Rim,” a...
Signals: Changing Channels brings together recent examples of episodic storytelling for television and the web by independent arthouse filmmakers. Audiences can indulge in marathon viewings of the newest television series while comfortably...
The Alchemy of Light é uma performance de dança da personagem Dandypunk, que foi criado por Joel Sebastian, um artista veterano do Cirque du Soleil. Utilizando dança e projeções de luzes ele cria uma viagem por mundos e personagens estranhos.
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