There are some directors whose movies are instantly recognizable, and Stanley Kubrick is easily among them. One thing that makes Kubrick’s movies so unusual is his heavy use of one-point perspective, to focus in on a single character or object, and often to create a sense that we are trapped within the scene rather than merely watching it. This spectacularly comprehensive supercut by Vimeo user kogonada highlights the unusual symmetry of Kubrick’s films, and lets us zoom in on the effect of the single-perspective shot.
Nina Paley’s new “potential-possible-maybe-feature film” project is Seder-Masochism, and she’s posted a clip called “This Land Is Mine,” which she envisions as the final scene of the movie. “This Land Is Mine” is a history of the Holy Land and all the blood spilled over the years by various parties who laid claim to it. Her web page for the short features a full cast of characters, with historical notes, and, of course, the wonderful video itself.
Flight of The Conchords first song in three years is for Red Nose Day-
Have you been keeping up with curiosity? @MarsCuriosity
Here is a video of the rover landing from the perspective of the rover’s underside.
Here is a gallery of shots from our SM Thomas:
Drunken Master covers my old Captain Bogg & Salty song Scallywagg.
Take a look at this fun promo video our SM Thomas created for “Stop The World I Want To Get Off” at the Mount Washington Valley Theatre!
This makes me happy.