Celluloid spectra, wherein:
Each line represents the average colour of a frame of the movie, creating a sequential timeline of its colour palette.
These, and many more, available here as framed prints, canvases and whatnot.
A breakdown by Vanity Fair of the take-home pay earned by the hypothetical cast and crew (excluding non-human costs, and based on average union rates) of a hypothetical 200 million dollar Hollywood movie. To wit:
Moviemaking is an art, of course—but it’s also a business, and a lucrative one at that. How lucrative? Well, that depends on your place in the pecking order. Let’s just say that if you’re helping to make a $200 million movie, it’s better to be a producer than a dolly grip operator—although as you’ll learn in this video breakdown of who’s earning what, based on average union rates, even the gaffer makes out pretty well.
Ahead of tonight’s world premiere of Mattress Men in Toronto, Canada, at the Hot Docs Festival.
Director of the documentary, Mattress Man, Colm Quinn speaks to Canada’s CP24.
Meanwhile, if any readers happen to be in Toronto and free tonight, tickets can be purchased here
Previously: No Sleep Till Sundance