Torben

Documentary Filmmaker & Producer :: Storyteller :: Thai Speaker :: Hip-hop Experimentalist

Jeremy Bernstein conducts the most thorough interview Stanley Kubrick has ever given. Background and context here: http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013/11/27/jeremy-bernstein-stanley-kubrick-interview/

cartoonsyoushouldsee:

GIFs from It’s Such A Beautiful Day (2011)

Directed by Don Hertzfeldt

This film concludes Hertzfeldt’s Bill Trilogy, the first film of which premiered in 2006.  It follows Bill, a troubled stick figure in a hat, as he struggles to piece together his slowly deteriorating mind.  It is absolutely brilliant.

Thanks to oolongs for posting these images originally.

FILM MEME: FOUR SCREENWRITERS (OR TEAMS) → BILLY WILDER & CHARLES BRACKETT (1/4)  

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Louis CK encouraging people to make short films. 

I have been watching several web videos lately. There is a lot to be admired, however, I have this nagging voice telling me that we need better storytelling, not shorter content. How do we make stories that rival the rich textures of short stories in literature? Is it possible?  View high resolution

I have been watching several web videos lately. There is a lot to be admired, however, I have this nagging voice telling me that we need better storytelling, not shorter content. How do we make stories that rival the rich textures of short stories in literature? Is it possible? 

blue-voids:

Hour of the Wolf (1968) - Ingmar Bergman

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Trailer for the Wes Anderson’s new movie. 

Video essay on the films of Ingmar Bergman.

"It’s like everything, everywhere is going crazy, so we don’t go out any more. We sit in the house, and the world we live in is getting smaller. All we say is “Please, at least leave us alone in our living rooms. Let me have my toaster and my TV and my steel-belted radials and I won’t say anything. Just leave us alone.” Well, I’m not going to leave you alone. I want you to get mad! - Network (1976)

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2001: A Space Odyssey Eight Spacecraft Settings

Somebody actually designed this amazing set :)

(Source: bouncingdodecahedrons, via oldfilmsflicker)

September 1, 1902 — Georges Méliès’ A Trip to the Moon premieres in France.

Cinema is magical.

(Source: strangewood, via oldfilmsflicker)

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