From The Guardian
It’s enough to shake Tolkien fans to the soles of their furry feet: directorPeter Jackson has revealed on Facebook his latest casting for his ardently awaited film The Hobbit – and it’s Dame Edna Everage.
Strictly speaking it will not be Dame Edna herself appearing, rather her creator the Australian comedian and actor Barry [...]

only the swearing

Kubrick’s letters

Here’s a fascinating collection of Kubrick’s letters.  The extract below is in regard to a screening of Clock Work Orange at the Venice film festival
From The London Telegraph

July 26, 1972
To Umberto Orlandi
… What is the make and type of the projectors which will show the film? Will the film be shown on 2,000ft reels. Is [...]

The downward slide

From Slate magazine –
When M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender came out in July 2010, critics competed to see who could muster the most scorn. Shyamalan’s seventh film was “dull, boring, poorly acted, limply written, and thoroughly unappealing” (San Francisco Chronicle), and “[s]tiff, fuzzy-looking, cloddish and disastrous in nearly every way” (Detroit News). In the Wall [...]

From Ghana with love…

An excellent collection of Ghana’s video store posters awaits you here.

beautiful and delicious

Alimation – Annecy Festival 2011 from Alexandre DUBOSC on Vimeo.

Sure, it’s time lapse, but it’s good time lapse

Floating Chicago – A collection of mirrored skyline timelapses from Craig Shimala on Vimeo.
This time-lapse footage of the Chicago skyline took Craig Shimala several years to complete, no doubt cause he had to wait till the water was mirror still in a place that’s called the windy city.

Inception explained using OSX

INCEPTION_FOLDER from chris baker on Vimeo.

Le Neant!


The Cyclotrope from tim Wheatley on Vimeo.

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