A new five minute teaser for Marvel’s upcoming orb-stealing, galaxy-saving, ragtag group of misfits versus sinister villain shenanigans.
We’d watch it just for John C. Reilly. And maybe the space fox.
A short documentary about Bill – the Grizzly-Adams-bearded, 52-year-old, fixie-cycling delivery guy for Best Pizza in Brooklyn.
If you look at me, you are definitely rolling the dice. It is a fifty-fifty chance that you’re gonna get me or I’m gonna fucking kill you.
You’ll like Bill.
Originally to be announced next week at San Diego Comic-Con, this fantastic version of the Nolan films Batmobile has slipped out a bit early.
Slated for release in September, this 1,869 piece set is 15″ long and 9″ wide will set you back $199 (about €150).
Cinefix’s entirely subjective choice of ten iconic edited sequences that changed the art of filmmaking. To wit:
Skilled editing is as effective in the creation of a good film as a writer, director, or performer. Though often overlooked, editing brings shots together to make a whole greater than the sum of its parts. These ten movies are a fantastic illustration of just how important editing can be.
Not sure if you guys know about the KinoD International Kabaret happening this week in Dublin. It’s all about making films fast, with loads of really nice randomers. Here’s the one I did in 36 hours over the weekend.
Perhaps some of your readers and/or Michael Bolton fans might like it.
Just some of the lovely dioramas based on The Princess Bride built for Brickworld 2014 as a part of the ChiLUG+ImpLUG+Friends collaboration consisting of builders Philip Bernston, Daniel Church, Casey McCoy , Ben M Merrill, Lee Muzzy, Matthew Oh, Max Pointner, Ian Spacek, and Paul Vermeesch.
Nisan Greenwich writes:
Reels 1-7 of 10 Hamlet (1996) screening on 70mm film Monday 18:30 at the IFI!