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April 2015

Since The 1980s, Jeff Bridges Has Done Something Incredible On The Set Of All His Movies. | The Roosevelts

Since the 1980s, Jeff Bridges has been taking set shots and behind-the-scene photos from all his films with his unique panoramic Widelux camera. His consistency is amazing.

February 2015

a hollow body | a cinematic experience through the city of london

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A Hollow Body is a cinematic experience, a soundtrack for the city. An interactive mobile app with specially composed music score and narration guides you and a companion on a journey through the City of London. Commissioned by the Museum of London as part of their Sherlock Holmes exhibition programme, this is not a typical history walk or tourist guide. Imagine walking through a film where you are the main characters; the streets and narrow alleys of London acting as your cinematic backdrop.

December 2014

Alien | Typeset In The Future

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My third post about typography in sci-fi has been gestating for a while now. Indeed, it's been slowly taking shape – you might say it's been forming itself inside of me – for really quite some time. I'm delighted to say that it is now ready to burst forth from my allegorical chest, and to spatter allegorical typographic blood all over your allegorical faces. Welcome to Typeset In The Future: The Alien Edition.

September 2014

August 2014

5 | 5 Things UX And UI Designers Could Learn From Wes Anderson | Co.Design | business + design

Director Wes Anderson has always been distinguished for his visual artistry, detail-rich sets, and storybook-like imagery. From the whimsical, campy feel of Moonrise Kingdom to the carefully crafted sets and miniatures in The Grand Budapest Hotel, Anderson’s movies are visual masterpieces.

July 2014

June 2014

How technology is driving the next wave of film animation - Telegraph

The spread of new animation techniques – like motion capture, which involves tracking the movement of objects and people to create more life-like characters – will also inevitably contribute to the data avalanche. Meanwhile, Lucasfilm has announced that the next generation of Star Wars films will use 48 frames a second rather than 24, signalling a new era for the film industry.

May 2014

Tribeca films 'Possibilia' and 'The Gleam' aim to fill gap between movies and games | Polygon

"One of the biggest criticisms for games like The Stanley Parable and Gone Home is that they're not games. This is where we fit in," Bloch told Polygon. "It's between a movie, where you can lie back and watch, and a game, where you just want to have the action. There's a place in between where you want to intervene, but you want to be inside an immersive film experience."

Popcorn Time - Download

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Welcome to New York : 48.000 séances VOD au lancement

Exclusivité : WildBunch a réussi son coup. Le lancement en « direct to VOD » du film d’Abel Ferrara a fait couler beaucoup d’encre et a attisé la curiosité du public. Selon un tweet de son producteur, Vincent Maraval, 48.000 séances avaient été vendues à dimanche soir.

The LEGO® Movie - Animal Logic

Animal Logic teamed up with Warner bros., Village Roadshow Pictures and Lin Pictures for The LEGO® Movie, the first-ever, full-length theatrical LEGO® adventure. The film tells the story of Emmett, an ordinary LEGO minifigure, mistakenly thought to be the extraordinary Master Builder, who is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil LEGO tyrant from glueing the universe together.

April 2014

Journal du Graal

Fac-similés du carnet apparaissant dans le film « Indiana Jones et la dernière croisade ». Infographie, calligraphie, croquis. Plusieurs exemplaires (6-7) réalisés pour des collectionneurs. 

Screening Sex -

À partir des années 1960, le cinéma américain commence à sortir de sa longue adolescence : Elizabeth Taylor prononce des mots jusqu’alors interdits, Dustin Hoffman perd sa virginité dans les bras de Mrs. Robinson, Jon Voight fait le gigolo dans les rues de New York. À Hollywood, la sexualité fait enfin son apparition comme sujet et comme question de mise en scène. Comment représenter les rapports charnels ? Comment les intégrer à la narration et à la vie émotionnelle des personnages ? Quelle expérience le spectateur fait-il de telles scènes ?

March 2014

CSCinema - l'art de composer, rédiger et présenter les scénarios

La version actuellement en ligne est minimaliste : elle n'expose que la théorie de la mise en page des scripts. Une nouvelle version du site est prévue pour dans quelques temps, la partie théorique sur l'écriture des scénarios, telle qu'elle existait dans la précédente version du site, sera remise en ligne.

'Game of Thrones' and the Oculus Rift took me from Austin to Westeros | The Verge

The elevator at Castle Black rumbled beneath my feet. Cold air blasted against my face, reminding me yet again how hostile the environment was here at the Wall, the home of the Night's Watch. At the top, I looked down across the realm from the dizzying, almost impossible heights. I reached out to steady myself, the wind howling in my ears. That's when the scary part began.

January 2014

Portfolio: HIroshi Sugimoto - Movie Theatres

Throughout the mid to late 1970s and upwards, Hiroshi Sugimoto packed up a folding 4x5 camera & tripod, surreptitiously entered matinees (and, one can only presume, evening film events) and documented the interior of movie theatres across the United States - invoking a classic procedure borrowed from Conceptual Art. He would open the shutter just before the 'first light' hit the screen and close it after the credits finished rolling and before the house lights came on. Using this method he was able to invert the subject/object relationship of the movie theatre and use the film itself to illuminate the proscenium and interior. However - it's MORE than that, isn't it? There is also a social and political critique implicit to the gesture. The rendering of a 'blank' movie screen carries with it a whole series of alternate implications that are highly relevant to a culture of consumption.  The unavoidable allusions of mass social programming and lack of content are implicit in the act. This content, largely unaddressed crtiically, is what lends the images their incredible power - along wtih the natural fascination of being made privy to the photography's divine birthright - allowing us to see the normall invisible - to experience a finite collapse of time.   -JWD

Midnight Eye - Visions of Japanese cinema - interviews, features, film reviews, book reviews, calendar of events, links and more...

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Midnight Eye is an entirely non-commercial, non-profit initiative created and maintained by: Tom Mes - editor Jasper Sharp - editor Martin Mes - design and programming Nicholas Rucka - U.S. correspondent

November 2013

At the gates guarded by horses

Musings on the events inside and outside the gates of Temple Studios at Punchdrunk's The Drowned Man


In the context of omnipresent telecommunications surveillance, “The Pirate Cinema” makes the hidden activity and geography of Peer-to-Peer file sharing visible. The project is presented as a monitoring room, which shows Peer-to-Peer transfers happening in real time on networks using the BitTorrent protocol. The installation produces an arbitrary cut-up of the files currently being exchanged. This immediate and fragmentary rendering of digital activity, with information concerning its source and destination, thus depicts the topology of digital media consumption and uncontrolled content dissemination in a connected world.

September 2013

Bruce Lee, l'interview exclusive par Pierre Berton - Bruce-Lee.Org

L’interview de Bruce Lee par Pierre Berton est aujourd’hui un des rares témoignages vidéo encore existant à travers lequel la star du kung fu exprime sa philosophie, ses ambitions mais aussi ses espoirs pour le futur.

August 2013

16 Complicated Movie Plots Explained With Infographic Timelines | Blog

Movies often have complex plots, tell their story out of order, or involve time travel. Those things create loops in the storyline that can be difficult to follow at first viewing. Watching a movie a second time (and third, fourth, and so on) can help — and so can infographics. Here are 16 infographics that break down the timelines of some popular movies, organized by genre or storytelling type.

June 2013

Future Cinema

Future Cinema is a live events company that specialise in creating living, breathing experiences of the cinema.

SECRET CINEMA. Tell no one.

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Secret Cinema is a growing community of alla that love cinema, and experiencing the unknown. Secret audience. Secret film. Secret locations. Secret worlds. The time is now to change how we watch films.

Why British film is all kitsch 'n' sink | Film | The Observer

Oscar-nominated director Mike Figgis argues that the defeatist attitude and outdated structure of Britain's movie industry is preventing film‑makers from flourishing on home soil