From classics like "King Kong" and "Singin' in the Rain" to, most recently, "Hail, Caesar!," movies about the process of making films have followed the history of cinema. Here are some of the best ones.
Many techniques shown in Bray Studios’ 1919 short How Animated Cartoons are Made, above, were rendered obsolete by digital advancements, but its 21-year-old star, animator Wallace Carlson, seems as if he would fit right in at Cal Arts or Pratt, Class of 2017.
Some filmmakers of the 1970s 'New Hollywood' era have passed away, retired, or faded into relative obscurity, but each movie Martin Scorsese makes still meets with great interest from critics and moviegoers alike.
Kristen Stewart is quickly becoming one of my favorite people. She’s gone from Twilight to indie darling, picking some amazing films that show us she has way more talent than Bella Swan gave her credit for. And now, she’s a scientist.
Been rather preoccupied recently with life, but I finally have a moment to catch up on a bit of my book blogging, including discussing the "final" two books of Asimov's classic Foundation series, namely, Foundation's Edge (1982) and Foundation and Earth (1986). I have previously written about the first book Foundation as well as the…
The exciting Berlin Independent Film Festival kicks off tonight. The BIFF team is returning for another fantastic festival of independent filmmaking from February 8-15 with a fantastic line-up. The eclectic programme of international features and shorts will be presente
When I dropped out of academia (for the second time in my life) in the early 1990s, because of serious (mental) health problems, I throttled back my life-long interest in the history of science, giving my energy instead to recovering my mental equilibrium. When, after a break of several years, I returned to an intensive…
Four months ago, it was Stanford who made their photography course for free, and now comes Howard’s turns. Howard has an online learning platform – Alison – and their photography course has been upaloded in whole and accessible world wide. There are 12 modules with an extra module as bonus, so you can follow on your …
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