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

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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.

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

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"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."

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.

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

2013

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Oscar-nominated director Mike Figgis argues that the defeatist attitude and outdated structure of Britain's movie industry is preventing film‑makers from flourishing on home soil

2011

Les films du losange | PINA (3D) DE WIM WENDERS

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PINA est un film pour Pina Bausch de Wim Wenders. C'est un film dansé en 3D, porté par l’Ensemble du Tanztheater Wuppertal et l’art singulier de sa chorégraphe disparue à l’été 2009. Ses images nous convient à un voyage au coeur d'une nouvelle dimension, d’abord sur la scène de ce légendaire Ensemble, puis hors du théâtre, avec les danseurs, dans la ville de Wuppertal et ses environs - cet endroit dont Pina Bausch a fait son port d’attache durant 35 ans et où elle a puisé sa force créatrice.

2010

Film Threat - 10 Tips To Successfully Crowdfund Your Movie

Normally at this time we’ve got a new Certified Film Threat in Progress for you to check out, but since we’ve now covered quite a few successful projects, and a few looking-to-be-not-so-successful projects, I figured it was time to share ten things that I’ve learned about successfully crowdfunding your film.

2009

Booze Movies: The 100 Proof Film Guide

I like to drink. I like to watch movies. I like to watch movies about drinking. I like to write about the movies I’ve watched, but only if I’ve had a drink first.

Yakuza - ARTE

Guidé par des cinéastes, des acteurs, des producteurs mais aussi des écrivains, des critiques et un yakuza tapis dans l’ombre, le film retrace l’histoire du (...)

2008

Urban Cinefile TIME CODE

On a quadruple-split screen, four separate stories unfold simultaneously in real time. Alex Green (Stellan Skarsgard) is a philandering film executive; Emma (Saffron Burrows) is his wife. Salma Hayek is a wanna be actress having an affair with Alex, and Jeanne Tripplehorn is an angry catalyst.

Interview: Mike Figgis | Film | The Guardian

Once upon a Time Code Is it a laboured gimmick, or a ground-breaking technique that will revolutionise the cinema industry and leave thousands of technicians jobless? Richard Williams asked Mike Figgis the truth about Time Code

Festival de films gays & lesbiens de Paris #14 — Films de tous les genres

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Un festival, c’est toujours un peu la même chose et pourtant chaque année différent. La continuité, c’est la curiosité, l’ouverture au monde et à ses cinémas, la diversité des films, de leurs formats, de leurs sujets. La différence, ce sont les points de vue mis en avant, les lignes de force qui s’affirment, les parti pris qui s’expriment. La 14e édition du Festival se déroule dans deux salles, le Rex et le Latina, pour un voyage en images des Grands Boulevards au Marais. Les fidèles y retrouveront les inédits, les avant-premières, la grande place offerte à cet espace d’audace qu’est le court métrage, le mélange des genres à tous les sens du terme, cinématographique et identitaire.

Solar - A short film by Ian Wharton & Edward Shires

Solar is a short animated film by graduate creatives Ian Wharton and Edward Shires. A tale of the sun, moon and two characters who inhabit a planet that relies on day and night perhaps more than it would seem.

The Body - Carter Burwell - Discography

Carter Burwell is the composer, artist or producer of the following records:

2006

One Club / The Organization > The Alchemists Film

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Imagine a movie that, for the first time ever, pulls the curtain back to reveal a small group of individuals you've probably never heard of, but who undoubtedly changed your mind and your behavior… THE ALCHEMISTS is a surprisingly personal exploration of some of the most influential advertising giants of the last century, and the communication they created which rocked our culture. Inspired by the social movements of their time and driven by the need to communicate some greater truth, these artists and writers despised mediocrity and the status quo of the advertising industry and brought a revolutionary spirit to their work

Mr. Hyde fabricant de films courts

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Mr. Hyde est une maison de production qui présente, comme une galerie, des travaux filmiques de réalisateurs issus pour la plupart du court métrage. Crée à l'initiative d'Hervé Lopez, ex créatif de BDDP/TBWA Paris, Mr. Hyde a pour objectif d'apporter aux créatifs, agences et annonceurs, des solutions créatives et économiques pour produire des films de publicité mais aussi des clips et des formats courts.

Helvetica

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Helvetica is a feature-length independent film about typography, graphic design and global visual culture. It looks at the proliferation of one typeface (which will celebrate its 50th birthday in 2007) as part of a larger conversation about the way type affects our lives. Helvetica will begin screening at film festivals worldwide starting in early 2007.

2005

MA VIE EN L'AIR

Le site officiel du film de Rémi BEZANÇON avec Vincent Elbaz et Marion Cotillard.

Rubber Johnny

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Cunningham + Aphex Twin