Star Trek and Star Wars finally share common ground — and it's a reflection of 2020 - ABC News. Growing up, I had a choice: Star Wars or Star Trek?
I adore both, but if I ever met other fans I had to choose. If I chose wrong, I'd get a lecture about why one was superior to the other. I've heard the speech thousands of times about how Star Trek is science fiction and Star Wars is a space fantasy. I've seen adult men get into heated arguments about space wizards. 50+ Camera Angles, Shots, and Movements: A Complete Guide. Have you ever been overwhelmed at the possibility of every camera angle, framing, and shot type available as a filmmaker?
Us too. So we provided a cheat sheet with definitions for you! There are so many camera movements and camera angles; it can be hard to keep track. To make film and television like the masters, you need to practice and learn the various camera movements, angles, shots, and tools. But how can you know if you’re hitting all the basics without a comprehensive checklist of camera angles and shots? We put our heads together and came up with this list that should help any filmmaker master the basics and take on the industry. Camera Angles and Shots Are Created with Tools and Mechanisms. Dark Phoenix is a cinematic shoulder shrug with no reason to exist. It's time to put the X-Men series to bed. Opinion By Zak Hepburn Updated Sat at 2:52amSat 8 Jun 2019, 2:52am Has there been a film series with as many highs and lows as the X-Men franchise?
Arguably the catalyst for the modern superhero cinema genre, the first X film hit the screens in 2000, followed by many sequels, spin-offs and reboots. Originally published across nine issues of the Uncanny X-Men comic in 1980, the Dark Phoenix storyline was written by Marvel legend Chris Claremont and focused on the corruption and fall of the popular Jean Grey character. Mary Poppins returns as Emily Blunt reprises the iconic (and contentious) role. Updated earlier today at 7:28amFri 28 Dec 2018, 7:28am There's a special place in Hollywood hell for actors who take on beloved characters and butcher them on screen.
Film fans are a protective breed, as Johnny Depp discovered after his lavish turn as Willy Wonka left many yearning for the restrained menace of Gene Wilder. Ben Affleck is still reeling from the backlash to his Batman stint. So when Emily Blunt told the ABC she was nervous about becoming Mary Poppins, it's easy to believe her. How superhero films are replacing religion in teaching us how to live - RN. Posted about 5 hours agoTue 25 Dec 2018, 8:00pm Australian church attendance isn't what it used to be, but that doesn't mean we've become a nation of sinners.
These days, many of us get our sense of right and wrong from more cinematic sources and according to cultural studies expert Justine Toh, that's not such a bad thing. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is a rollicking, magical sequel to enchant Potter fans. Posted about 5 hours agoMon 12 Nov 2018, 8:34pm J.K.
Rowling has a tendency to play with her food; she doesn't know when to let a thing steep in its own juices. Whether announcing that Dumbledore was gay, or making a theatrical sequel by way of The Cursed Child, she's used places like Twitter and Pottermore to keep adding to the fabric of the Potterverse. One of these post-Potter perambulations was Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a fictional textbook written by Newt Scamander, a magical zoologist (think a young, magical David Attenborough). Written for the charity Comic Relief, Fantastic Beasts purported to be an in-universe textbook, used and owned by Harry Potter himself while at Hogwarts.
Cancer and ripe bananas: How bogus claims can harm your health and the people you love - Health - ABC News. Bananas with brown spots kill cancer!
Eat them! I read this exciting declaration on Facebook. According to the post: "Fully ripe bananas with brown patches on their skin produce a substance called tumour necrosis factor, which can eliminate abnormal cells. The darker the patches, the higher the banana's ability to boost your immunity and lower the risk of cancer". It was posted with the encouragement: "Share with the people you care about". I didn't share it. Fact checking: The new workplace skill - Fact Check. Opinion By RMIT ABC Fact Check senior researcher Sushi Das.
Spot fake news online with these free tools for fact-checking bogus stories - Science News - ABC News. There is no substitute for diligent research when a journalist fact-checks a story.
But if you, the reader, suspects an article, video or image might be fake, there are some simple tools you can use to help decide whether what you're looking at is real or phony. As journalists working for an organisation that verifies social media content, we spend our time monitoring the depths of the internet, trying to sort fact from fiction on behalf of news providers, including the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Jessica Rowe frustrated fake ads using images of her and other celebrities to scam internet users. Updated yesterday at 1:54pmTue 11 Sep 2018, 1:54pm Jessica Rowe describes herself as a journalist, a mum and a crap housewife.
She's also the target of some dodgy advertisements. The latest ad which has surfaced on the web features a photo of Rowe doctored so her face looks bruised. Fact checking in a world of misinformation, disinformation and fakery - Fact Check. Opinion Posted 9 minutes agoTue 11 Sep 2018, 6:05am Donald Trump regularly hijacks the term 'fake news' to dismiss news reports that make him mad. Five ways you're being fooled by fake stories online - Science News - ABC News.
'Fake news' era of media disinformation will take 50 years to unravel, expert warns. Updated about 8 hours agoTue 11 Sep 2018, 12:34am Managing "information disorder" in the era of fake news and the corruption of social media is a 50-year battle, according to an international media expert. Dr Claire Wardle, an expert on social media from the Harvard Kennedy School, is one of the guest speakers at the Navigating the News Conference in Hobart.
The two-day conference is focusing on the difficulties facing journalism, and is being attended by some of the industry's biggest media players. Warrnambool's wombat: The story behind the video that went viral - Regional - ABC News. I drive past the Otway Road train bridge daily, and one morning saw artist Jimmi Buscombe drawing on the side of the bridge. Bold enterprise uses Star Trek, zombies and dodgy saucers to take kids Behind The (Fake) News. Posted Thu at 11:30pmThu 12 Jul 2018, 11:30pm Transporting high school students through a world of fake news has energised the creation of a replica Star Trek set in Adelaide. Aliens and humans onboard the USS Enterprise are being used by the ABC's Behind The News (BTN) program to teach a lesson about bias in news, or rather, the media taking sides between two sides of an argument. Imdb.
5 ways to get your readers to actually finish your articles. How to fight the 'dark patterns' websites deploy to trick you to spend more - Science News - ABC News. We have reached peak F-word and I don't like it. Opinion Posted. Significant seven: best print ads - Mumbrella. Best ads from Australia. Showing results: 1-18 of 8977. Adflip.com ^ Ads archive, greeting cards of automobile, celebrity, audio magazines advertising and more! Everyone needs to understand computers in the digital future - Careers with Code - ABC Splash - The digital future has arrived. Dr Karsten Schulz, Program Manager at National ICT Australia, asks what's next for this generation.
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