An old project from my spring semester Cinematography class.
Loving the use of the video aesthetic.
The music, too, of course.
Can’t tell if they’re hipsters or if they are just doing a really good job of making fun of them.
I’d just like to bring to your attention a really amazing piece by Joey Carr, a recent grad of SAIC.
Probably one of the best student pieces I’ve seen out of my school. Engaging, meditative, visceral…
And how about that boxer at the end? Holy shit.
Hey Iron Giant, nice palettes.
I love this movie, and I really dig Jordie’s series of palette swatches. Because I’m an unoriginal hack, I know I’m going to be coming back to these pretty heavily in the future.
Science is not a democracy. Evolution vs Intelligent Design is not a debate. If you’re having dinner with someone and suggest a nice red wine, and they suggest bleach, you do not stay and discuss the two as equally valid drinks.
Wow, the poster for SAIC’s Undergraduate Film Festival looks pretty terrible.
Still, you should go. My latest documentary, Brother, is premiering on opening night.
September 30th, 5-8 pm.
I haven’t been able to sum up my thoughts on the movie “Thor” for the longest time. I’m watching it with my roommate right now and I believe I have come across the proper words.
The other day, I was at work, which basically entails slowly walking the entire perimeter of the store and asking people if they are finding their plastic interlocking blocks alright.
About five minutes into my shift, I had reached the Toy Story section. Unfortunately, we don’t have all the Toy Story sets. We only have Buzz Lightyear’s spaceship, some army guys, a train, and that remote control car from the first movie.
A customer noticed me walking about like an automaton and beckoned me over. He asked me if we carried a particular Toy Story set that was not on the shelf. To be specific, 7596 Trash Compactor Escape.
Take one second, if you will, to look over the various little details and doodads the set contains. Now, direct your attention to the right of the set. Specifically, the part where we see Hamm being lowered into a pit of fire.
A pit of fucking fire.
Yes, kids and adults, you can re-enact the scene where a large part of your childhood pretty much almost got incinerated. You know what I’m talking about.
This fucking scene.
Have fun with your Legos, kids.
After my viewing of the new film “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”, I’ve found that a long-winded, detailed review is absolutely moot when I can sum up my thoughts and the entire reason you should see this movie with one sentence: A gorilla versus a fucking helicopter.
After my viewing of the new film “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”, I’ve found that a long-winded, detailed review is absolutely moot when I can sum up my thoughts and the entire reason you should see this movie with one sentence:
A gorilla versus a fucking helicopter.
So this is my first tumblr post in months. I’d just like to say that
MUSE, A PERFECT CIRCLE, DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979, and EMINEM WERE FUCKING INSANE.
Those Lolla tickets were $215 well spent.
A surreal, beautiful music video by Martin De Thura
Song is Lindisfarne by James Blake