The British website The Shiznit has come up with the anti-PC/hilarious posters campaign, showing what is really hidden behind the movies in the Oscars’s race. Here are some of my favorites: See the complete collection here.
Find Out What Job in the Film Industry Suits You Best with This Flowchart Filmsourcing is a new website created by an international team of filmmakers and web developers from New-Zealand and Finland whose goal is to bring together people and resources, creating a larger pool for everyone to choose from. If it is a little early […]
It is one thing to use green screens for, say, the fantasy TV show Game of Thrones or minimum key inserts on TV -often related to screen inserts or action scenes, but what they did on Ugly Betty -and I am now wondering on how many more ‘regular’ shows- is an entire other story. See for yourself […]
John Malkovich is an actor with a long and thick filmography. Like everybody else in pretty much every fields there are some ups and downs, but the man has been around for more than three decades, so that’s no surprise. He also has made movies that became instant classics and is not only a film […]
Two years ago I listened to an interview with Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn by Elvis Mitchell on KCRW (while driving in L.A.) and found the man interesting and intriguing, so I started looking into his work and fell for his powerful color-blinded visual and oddly timed scenes. Whether you liked Drive or not, and Winding […]
During an interview for Nowness before his latest movie, A Dangerous Method, hits the theaters on November 23rd, director David Cronenberg explained how he choses his movies and how he then works on it with his actors. Each director has a different way of working and Cronenberg’s is one I have never come across before: […]
Autodidact and breathtakingly talented French director Francois Truffaut, who was also one of the founder of the New Wave but got somehow overshadowed by Godard in America, was a huge Hitchcock fan. Such a fan indeed that despite his bad English he conducted, with the help of Helen Scott, a series of interviews with the British […]
I couldn’t find out who is the author [UPDATE: thanks to M Tappan, credit should be given to Canadian Illustrator Keri Smith for it, so here we go!] of this one but after I’ve enjoyed it once on Sheri Candler Marketing and Publicity Facebook page and then on Art Departmental‘s website , I decided to […]
Hard to know who hides behind eleist, an avatar created 13 hours ago and through which was uploaded a video that should become viral anytime soon… on Facebook for instance. Besides the Winklevoss brothers, it would be presumptuous to rule anyone, but if hardcore fans are always capable of great creativity, something tells me that Zuckerberg‘s […]
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