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Split screen (filmmaking) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In film and video production, split screen is the visible division of the screen, traditionally in half, but also in several simultaneous images, rupturing the illusion that the screen's frame is a seamless view of reality, similar to that of the human eye. Until the arrival of digital technology in the early 1990s, this was accomplished by using an optical printer to combine two or more actions filmed separately by copying them onto the same negative, called the composite.


One Club / The Organization > The Alchemists Film

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

Torrentfreak is my new favourite future of media distribution weblog

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Torrentfreak is my new favourite future of media distribution weblog - Obviously BitTorrent is mostly used for piracy, but observing what's going on around BitTorrent seems like a no-brainer way to learn what early-adopters are actually interested in getting from their media consumption...


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BOMB IT is the explosive new documentary from award-winning director Jon Reiss investigating the most subversive and controversial art form currently shaping international youth culture: graffiti.

Daniel Clowes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Daniel Gillespie Clowes (born April 14, 1961 in Chicago) is an American author, screenwriter and cartoonist of alternative comic books, including Eightball and Lloyd Llewellyn. He is best known by mainstream audiences for the movie Ghost World, which he adapted from some of his stories.


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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.

Digital air

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Digital Air présente ses techniques d'effets spéciaux sur base d'une batterie de caméras, permettant d'arrêter le temps tout en navigant au milieu d'une scène.



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'Bride' Stripped Bare

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Jonathan Lucas unveils his editing secrets on "Corpse Bride" the first Stop-Motion animation feature | Not Coming to a Theater Near You

If not discerned in its title, this site assumes a bias towards older, often unpopular, and sometimes unknown films that merit a second look. This site caters specifically to those who find an impotent similarity in the “New Releases” section of a video store and whatever’s “coming to a theater near you.”

Titles Designed by Saul Bass

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Bass’ expertise in design exhibits a range (his corporate identities and posters are also durable graphic statements), yet his distinguishing aesthetic is one of economy and simplicity. It is in this regard that his work in credits design is of particular significance

Cronicas - If it's on TV, It must be the truth

An examination of journalistic ethics, the film explores the willingness of the media to surrender its morals for a shot at fame and profit.