by Angela Guess IEDP.com recently wrote, “In his book, Actionable Intelligence, Keith Carter, who helped establish the global intelligence operations for Estée Lauder and is now Visiting Senior Fellow at NUS Business School in Singapore, offers a framework for gathering the right data — more is not merrier in this case — and for transforming…Read more →
I love miniature photography, especially when it’s as creative as Tatsuya Tanaka’s. The way the photographer can look at single piece of pasta and think “water slide!” or a dish sponge and think “rock climbing!”, it’s such an outside-the-box way of looking at the small, everyday objects most of us don’t pay much more attention [...]
Ao assistir The cutting edge, the magic of movie editing do diretor Wendy Apple e diretor Mark Jonathan Harris, fiquei apaixonada... me segurando na cadeira... A montagem de cenas foi inventada no mesmo ano que a aviação... Um documentário feito sobre montadores, editores de cena, não poderia ter um ritmo melhor, a montagem eletrizante do próprio documentário mostra do que o montador é capaz... pois o documentário apresenta um arsenal histórico sobre técnica de cinema, de deixar cabelo em pé...
Science fiction books in 1893 are where science fiction film was in 1977. In both cases, the genre was... perhaps “in the doldrums” is too harsh a judgment. Certainly, enough significant work had appeared before 1893 and 1977 that one could, in those years, speak of the science fiction genre, in both media, as a discrete entity. Indeed, as I hope I’ve shown in these articles, all through the late Victorian era there was enough science fiction and fantasy and horror to fill an awards ballot, even though fantasy and horror were undoubtedly the stronger genres among the fantastic. And before 1977, science fiction film had had the banner year of 1968 (Night of the Living Dead, Planet of the Apes, 2001).
The recently-released Death by Video Game is a a great read for serious fans of games, but also for people who don't really play them—it tackles all the fun questions about violence and obsession, and offers complicated answers.
Earlier this week, we took a look at James Cameron’s foreword to Masters of FX: Behind the Scenes with Geniuses of Visual and Special Effects, by Ian Failes. The entire book is an outstanding compendium of behind-the-scenes information about how all of your favorite films came together.
In a perfect world—or at least in the perfect world I have in my mind—kids would learn about chemistry, history, or human evolution theory through claymation short films as cute and clever as this one. Actually, adults would learn like this too. Everything could use more claymation.
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