Experimental films

Germany goes wild for French films at the Berlinale

Every year in February, the German capital hosts one of the biggest international film festivals, the Berlinale. The festival turns since 1951, the dawn of the Cold War, as a “showcase of the free world” and its evolution through Berlin’s divided history made it a uniquely qualified platform for uncovering …

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‘Automaton’: the beauty and fury of the elements explored

Unlike previous Pixar shorts that focused on characters like a baby desk lamp, a chess-loving elderly person, or a romantic volcano, automaton relies solely on environmental elements to tell its story, a welcome creative and technical challenge for the studio’s effects artists. The four-minute experimental short, a Pixar “cooperative” film …

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Staff Pick: Cauleen Smith – Announcements

Staff Pick: Cauleen SmithNow streamingFebruary 1 to 28, 2022 e-flux Video & Film is delighted to present Cauleen Smith Three songs about liberation like the February 2022 edition of our monthly Staff Picks series. Cauleen Smith’s interdisciplinary work, according to the artist herself, is a meditation on “the everyday possibilities …

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Shane Black’s 9 Highest-Grossing Movies, According To Box Office Mojo

Just as mentioned in the opening credits of dead Pool, screenwriters are the true heroes of cinema. But they rarely get the recognition they deserve, as all the praise usually goes to the director. However, in the late ’80s, that briefly changed, as writer Shane Black had almost rock star …

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Air Bud’s Background Gag Features A ‘Hateful’ Islamophobia Track That Went Unnoticed For 25 Years

A 1997 Disney film about a dog playing basketball has come under fire online for a hidden gag that viewers recognize as Islamophobic 25 years later. The discovery dates back to 2017, according to Mel Magazine, when former college roommates Lee Metzger and Josh Cranmer decided to revisit the film, …

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Twitter’s experimental “Flock” feature will let you share tweets with your closest friends

Twitter is still working on a feature that will give you a way to broadcast tweets that can only be seen by friends you choose. Last July, the social network revealed that it’s considering letting you nominate “trusted friends” so that certain tweets are only visible to them. Now developer …

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Why Good Sam’s Griff Looks So Familiar

In 2014, Jason Isaacs joined the cast of the “Rosemary’s Baby” miniseries, a modern adaptation of the novel of the same name, which had previously served as the basis for the classic 1968 horror film of the same name. He took on the role of Roman Castavet, a darkly charming …

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DP Sviatoslav Bulakovskyi on Klondike |

Oxana Cherkashyna in Klondike In July 2014, during the Donbass War, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over the Donetsk region of Ukraine, a pair of expectant parents living in the disputed Donetsk region of Ukraine by pro-Russian rebels . This is the backdrop for Maryna Er Gorbach Klondike, …

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Filmmaker Gus Van Sant first saw the Mona Lisa when he was 11 years old. Sixty years later, she is the inspiration for his paintings

In 1963, 11-year-old Gus Van Sant traveled from Connecticut to the Metropolitan Museum of Art with his painter grandmother to see the Mona Lisa during his tour of New York. They waited outside the museum in the freezing cold, then faced the rushing crowd to catch a glimpse of the …

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The worst things he’s done for movie roles

Many of the worst things Nicholas Cage did for movie roles shows just how ready the veteran performer is to commit to a role. To date, the Front/Off The actor has starred in over 100 movies, ranging from comedy to action to drama. Even though his famous uncle, director Francis …

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Past laurels – The island

By Punya Heendeniya The time was in the mid-sixties. The period of transition from ocean travel to air travel. No cell phones and the kids read storybooks and play board games with the adults and sit down to dinner together. No phone lines to rural areas. The electricity has just …

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Denzel Washington plans to return to acting in Antoine Fuqua’s ‘The Equalizer 3’

After a cutting-edge performance and a tender directorial debut, Denzel Washington seems eager to once again open up another brutal box of criminal screaming. According to a report by Collider, the illustrious actor is ready to make his return to action films with Equalizer 3. The report draws details from …

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No Name Cinema Offers Eclectic Screenings in Santa Fe | Business

A new movie theater is in town, showing movies from all eras that most people probably haven’t heard of, especially in the area of ​​experimental, avant-garde and local repertoire films. Owner Justin Rhody describes it as a microcinema and calls his “project” No Name Cinema, located in a warehouse at …

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“Zero” was not a failure but a lesson learned

[ad_1] MUMBAI: Filmmaker Aanand L. Rai is known to have collaborated with several superstars including Dhanush, Akshay Kumar, Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma, while continuing to experiment with his storytelling instead of following the commercial film formula of Bollywood. In a conversation with IANS, Aanand explains why …

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“Three Minutes: A Stretch” examines Jewish life before the Nazi invasion

[ad_1] AMSTERDAM – Glenn kurtz found the film reel in the corner of her parents’ closet in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in 2009. It was in a dented aluminum box. The Florida heat and humidity had almost solidified the celluloid into a mass “like a hockey puck,” Kurtz said. But …

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Home Movies

[ad_1] “Azor” (unrated, 1 hour 40 minutes, Mubi) A plot that simmers quietly in the realm of big money and political violence in the late 1970s – Argentina follows private banker Ivan (Fabrizio Rongione), newly arrived from Geneva with his wife, Ines (Stéphanie Cleau), to replace a colleague who mysteriously …

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The MCU has already introduced its host Venom

[ad_1] Spider-Man: No Way Home has set up the MCU’s version of Venom – and Mac Gargan would be the perfect Venom host in the Marvel Shared Universe. This article contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Path Home. Spider-Man: No Path Home left a Venom symbiote fragment in the MCU, and …

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TNC Presents New Yiddish Representative in CRAZY MESHUGE HURRICANE EARTHQUAKE, January 12-19

[ad_1] From January 12 to 19, 2022, Theater for the New City will present the New Yiddish Rep production of “Crazy Meshuge Hurricane Earthquake” by Amy coleman, directed by David Mandelbaum. This six-figure play is the story of an unlikely bond that develops between a secular, middle-aged Jewish woman and …

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Pictures on Pink Paper: rediscovering an avant-garde feminist classic from the 80s

[ad_1] Just as the academic Teresa de Lauretis writes about Chantal Akerman’s classic Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du commerce, 1080 Brussels (1975), Pictures on Pink Paper is a film which “addresses its viewer as a woman. , regardless of the gender of the spectators. […] the film defines all the …

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10 Best Philosophy Movies, Ranked

[ad_1] There are a myriad of films on art, culture, and philosophy for the movie buff or average viewer who wants to listen to experts tackle tough questions. Philosophy films often deal with themes like existentialism, ethics, and even pop culture. RELATED: 15 Best Movies With Accurate Portrayals Of Ancient …

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Best sci-fi horror movies of the 2020s

[ad_1] For almost as long as the concept of science fiction has existed, the genre has flirted, with varying degrees of success, with the world of horror. Some of the oldest and best known examples include Robert Louis Stevenson The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and that …

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Trippy trailer released for “Everything Everywhere All At Once” starring Michelle Yeoh

[ad_1] An action-packed trailer has been released for the upcoming film Everything everywhere at once, with Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh. Yeoh, who recently appeared in Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings and crazy rich asians, plays Evelyn, a mother embarked on a sci-fi action adventure after learning that …

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Pedro Almodóvar always makes shocking films

[ad_1] In the 1970s, when he made his first shorts in Super 8 and his first feature film, Almodóvar’s uninhibited imagination allowed him to revise the plots on the fly as the friends who played his characters entered and left the rooms. shootings. From the start, his work challenged all …

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Raveena Tandon talks about her OTT debut with ‘Aranyak’

[ad_1] Raveena Tandon is known to be quite adept at reinventing herself throughout her 30-year career. Since making her debut in GP Sippy’s “Patthar Ke Phool” in 1991, she has surprised her admirers and critics by making U-turns at regular intervals. At the peak of her career, while still at …

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“Warhunt” – Mickey Rourke stars in a WWII horror movie that should pair well with “Overlord” [Trailer]

[ad_1] Catherine corman is a talented photographer, filmmaker and artist in her own right. She is also the daughter of the legendary filmmaker and career launcher Roger corman and producer Julie corman. Catherine recently made a short film titled “Lost horizon” with his father and sister, Marie Tessa Corman, which …

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Tonight on TV: Films not to miss on Monday, December 6, 2021

[ad_1] Directed by Shane Black. A movie starring Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer, Margaret Qualley, Kim Basinger, Keith David, Yaya DaCosta, Beau Knapp, Rachele Brooke Smith. Original title: The nice guys. Comedy genre – United States, 2016. Los Angeles, 1977. For some time now, the air has …

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Why do we like to overestimate the Joker so much? | Movie theater

[ad_1] Joker arrives on Netflix on December 6. The climate for superhero movies has not been very calm lately. Not the fault of those who make them (they continue on their way without being discouraged), but of those who refuse to accept this genre as artistic expression. When we approach …

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt reveals inspirations for Mr. Corman’s look, feel – The Hollywood Reporter

[ad_1] On the black comedy of Apple TV + Mr. Corman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Josh Corman, a fifth-grade teacher living in the San Fernando Valley. Confronted with loneliness in his late 30s after a break-up and struggling to connect with others (including his caring roommate as well as his tough …

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Research of new materials to reduce the operating temperature of solid oxide fuel cells

[ad_1] Plasma plume during an in situ PLD measurement. Credit: Vienna University of Technology Researchers at TU Wien are studying new materials that can be used to reduce the operating temperature of solid oxide fuel cells. To do this, they apply an innovative method. Solid oxide fuel cells consist of …

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Nushratt Bharuccha-Film, Is Chhorii Worth Watching? Check out a quick review! –

[ad_1] Recent release, ‘Chhorii’ is an official remake of the 2016 movie Marathi Lapachhapi, written and directed by Vishal Furia. What is good: Furia’s creepy instincts which are better than many of her ilk. Nushrratt trying to experience something amazing. What’s wrong : If you’ve watched the original you might …

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Saturday 27 November 2021 – La Minute Monocle

[ad_1] As Christmas approaches, Monocle hosts parties and receptions to thank at least some of the people who have supported us throughout the year, from advertisers to photographers, correspondents to stylists. And, Thursday, we were in Paris for this very reason. What can I tell you, life is tough some …

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Review: Houses – Cineuropa

[ad_1] 25/11/2021 – Laila Pakalniņa’s latest film is an experimental documentary hybrid that poetically celebrates the family environment For most people, there is no more private place in the world than their own home. People feel exposed when they let someone, let alone a film crew, come into their homes …

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Rising artist Sulene talks about influences, TV and film works, and more

[ad_1] Photo courtesy artist Brooklyn-based independent electro-pop artist born and raised in South Africa sulene sat down with Variance’s Ethan Ijumba to discuss her work as a composer for television and film, refreshing and well-received covers of the ’90s pop classics she recently released, from the times she has toured …

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Pixar’s new experimental short is directed by the FX team

[ad_1] The short does not have a narrative, but it is visually stunning. Image via Pixar Pixar has done it again. The computer animation studio has just released a new experimental short titled Automaton, which lives up to the nickname of Experimental because the short is without a traditional narrative, …

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BAMPFA’s annual CineSpin inspires with absurd visuals, live experimental jazz

[ad_1] The tonal changes of an electric guitar chord died away as the reed of a tenor saxophone was gently moistened, producing light sounds to remember in the darkness of the Barbro Osher Theater at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive November 12. With a final click of …

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Palestine, Lebanon, Syria wishing to attend the Cinema Vérité festival in Iran – Society / Culture News

[ad_1] An adviser to the CEO of the Center for the Development of Documentary and Experimental Cinema in Iran said that filmmakers from the three nations in the resistance axis are interested in attending the next festival in Iran. “The cultural and artistic centers of Gaza, Syria and Lebanon have …

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5K raises money for cancer on behalf of John Wayne – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

[ad_1] An iconic Hollywood star has a special connection to Fort Worth, and it brought something good in the fight against cancer this weekend. The John Wayne Grit series debuted in the historic stockyards of Fort Worth. Five hundred runners and walkers showed their courage in the fight against cancer …

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The sinuous ballad of Nicolas Cage | 25YL

[ad_1] Like Robin Feld, the former opaque boss he plays in Neon’s acclaimed 2021 film Pig, Nicolas Cage is a man whose name has a unique gravity. As we watch Feld reclaim his abandoned identity throughout the film, it becomes undeniable that as an individual and an artist he has …

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Why do anti-vaxxers keep talking about zombie movies?

[ad_1] Image courtesy of Getty Images Movie Earlier this year, stories from people, including Coloradans, blaming their reluctance to take vaccines I’m a legend emerged. We explored the connection. By Angela Ufheil October 26, 2021 Right after receiving her second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, my mom made a weird …

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Meet Artist and New Media Director Jess Irish

[ad_1] Jess Irish is an artist, filmmaker and writer who practices new multi-genre and collaborative media with an emphasis on environmental justice and the expansive potential of technology to create a more equal society. She was the founding co-director of OnRamp Arts, a forward-thinking collaborative creative nonprofit operating in Echo …

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Briefly Rated Book Reviews | The New Yorker

[ad_1] I love you but I chose the darkness, by Claire Vaye Watkins (Riverhead). “I have tried to tell this story several times,” writes the protagonist of Watkins’ startling novel. “This will be my last try.” Struck with a sense of alienation after having her first child, she leaves her …

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Watch and stream: October 15

[ad_1] The Halloween season is fast approaching. To count the days, here are the movies and TV shows to watch and stream this week. Halloween kills Courtesy of Universal Pictures Laurie Strode and Michael Myers face off again in the latest entry in the Halloween slasher saga. Jamie Lee Curtis …

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‘The Velvet Underground’ above ground

[ad_1] Last weekend marked the middle of the New York Film Festival, with several screenings of her centerpiece selection, Jane Campion’s neo-western / masculinity review, The Power of the Dog, Friday Night. But some of my favorite films at the festival so far have been in the realm of non-fiction …

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35 best movies to stream on the platform

[ad_1] It’s a new month! And you know what that means: it’s time to peruse another series of some of the best movies in Netflix’s huge catalog – from classics to new offerings – to find out what you’re watching this month in October. These are all for the month …

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AR Rahman: “Who are the men to empower women?

[ad_1] Ahead of Expo 2020 Dubai, the composer-director tells us about the mentorship of the Firdaus Women’s Orchestra, harmony through collaboration, etc. AR Rahman doesn’t stop working. Among a multitude of upcoming projects such as Cobra, Atrangi Re, Ayalaan, Heropanti 2 and Ponniyin Selvan, the composer also collaborated with Expo …

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How Chiurai reinvented the idea of ​​a library

[ad_1] The herald Zimbabwe-born artist Kudzanai Chiurai is a phenomenon. He is one of the most demanding and inventive figures in contemporary African art. From large-scale photos of fictional African rulers, to experimental films and protest posters, to rich oil paintings and minimal sculptures, his work is held in the …

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Kudzanai Chiurai’s Library of Things We Forgot to Remember

[ad_1] The Library of Things We Forgot to Remember, is an archive of documents including vinyls, posters, paintings and more, taken from private African collections. (Anthea Pokroy / Courtesy of Kudzanai Chiurai) The Library is an interactive audiovisual archive of black resistance established by Zimbabwean artist Kudzanai Chiurai. In addition …

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Movies to watch if you love birds of prey

[ad_1] When a mission to establish an outpost on Earth goes haywire, an alien known as B-127 collapses from his wounds and transforms into a yellow Volkswagen Beetle. Years later, a young teenage girl named Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld) discovers the Beetle in a junkyard near a small Californian seaside town. …

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Bollywood bets big on patriotic sagas

[ad_1] New Delhi: Bollywood is ready to bet bigger on the proven strategy of patriotic and nationalist films in the post-covid months to bring audiences back to the cinema. Filmmakers and trade experts have said that films like Kangana Ranaut’s Tejas where she plays a fighter pilot, the biopics on …

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12 Minute Movie References Explained

[ad_1] 12 minutes, an elegant thriller in a time loop, carries within it the love of cinema of the developer Luis Antonio through various allusions and tributes. The most obvious of these is of course the time loop mechanism itself, which is immediately reminiscent of the 1993 film. Groundhog day. …

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