Andrzej Zulawski. A Documentary Feel - a list by dgaicun. Every Best Picture Oscar Winner, Ranked From Worst to Best. This week marks the 10th anniversary of the release of "Crash" (on May 6, 2005), an all-star movie whose controversy came not from its provocative treatment of racial issues but from its Best Picture Oscar victory a few months later, against what many critics felt was a much more deserving movie, "Brokeback Mountain.
" The "Crash" vs. "Brokeback" battle is one of those lingering disputes that makes the Academy Awards so fascinating, year after year. Moviegoers and critics who revisit older movies are constantly judging the Academy's judgment. Even decades of hindsight may not always be enough to tell whether the Oscar voters of a particular year got it right or wrong. Whether it's "Birdman" vs. "Boyhood," "The King's Speech" vs. "The Social Network," "Saving Private Ryan" vs. So, let's be foolish and dive deeply into the history of the Best Picture Oscar. 87. 86. 85. 84. 83. 82. 81. 80. 79. 78. 77. 76. 75. 74. 73. 72. 71. 70. 69. 68. 67. 66. 65. 64. 63. 62. 61. 60. 59. 58. 57. 56. 55.
Interesting Productions. Art Directors Guild: Art Director, Graphic Artist, Illustrator, Matte Artist, Model Maker, Digital Artist, Scenic Artist, Set Designer, Title Artist. The 12 Best Shots Of 2014. By The Playlist Staff | The Playlist December 16, 2014 at 3:17PM Continuing our voyage of exploration of the Best of 2014, today we’re taking a look at the smallest of filmic building blocks —the single shot. If you consider the hundreds of thousands of shots that make up the sum total of feature films released in a year, it’s a daunting task, but one that then becomes quite simple (if immensely subjective) if we insist on one simple parameter: it had to be a single shot, no cuts, that stayed with us long after we finished watching the film. However this year, for one reason that some of you have probably guessed, the debate about how we actually define “a shot” loomed large. And as with our popular 20 Greatest Long Takes feature from earlier in the year, we came down on the side of what the audience sees rather than how it is made.
That is, many of these shots were not achieved in camera in a single take, but are composites of various takes or plates or other CGI wizardry. 12. 11. 10. Watch: 1001 Essential Films to See Before You Die. Let's address possibly the most serious problem affecting filmmakers and cinephiles today. With the average worldwide human lifespan being approximately 71 years, how on earth do we decide which of the 317,596 feature film titles currently in existence to take up the precious 622,373 hours of our lives? Okay, I know. Technically, the math's all wrong. This problem is actually far, far worse.
First of all, if you're reading this, chances are you've already lived a great many of these hours. I want to cry. "Gawd, who cares. " Any list of films that has a limit is going to be incomplete, because there's always one more that should've been included. Just in case you're curious and craving more math, if you watch just one of these films every day starting today, you could watch them all by August 4th. Of 2017. Two and a half years well spent! How many films on the list have you seen? György Pálfi – Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (2012) | Cinema of the World. Quote: A film where anything can happen – the hero and the heroine changes their faces, age, look, names, and so on. The only same thing: the LOVE between man and woman… in an archetypical love story cut from 500 classics from all around the world Reviews: Saw this tonight at the Sydney Cockatoo Island Film Festival.
An interesting work. Really tests the limits by telling a story without a main actor, without a script, without a location. Its a fantastic experience and very much worth watching. Regardless, I thoroughly enjoyed the premier viewing and relished every minute of what was produced by the writer and director in this instance. When I went to see this movie I was full of doubts and without any idea how can a film like this look like. Blowing the Lid off of 'Chaos Cinema': How Action Films Have Changed. Who doesn’t like a good action flick, right? A bullet-dodging, time-bombing, impenetrable hero that doesn’t know the meaning of the word physics is one of my guiltiest pleasures. But, over the years it has become very apparent that action films have changed significantly into two hours of sensory overload from the entertaining run/jump/climb jaunts they once were. In this three-part video essay, Los Angeles scholar and filmmaker Matthias Stork takes a deeper look into the changes in filming and editing in the action genre, which, according to him has birthed what he calls “chaos cinema”.
The way we tell stories is bound to change. The way we use our medium’s tools for stylistic and narrative reasons has changed as well. In the beginning, we simply had a single static shot — a train coming into a station, a woman dancing, a baby eating. According to Mattias Stork, this is no longer the case when it comes to commercial action films. Check out Stork’s video essay below: [via Filmmaker IQ]
Blowing the Lid off of 'Chaos Cinema': How Action Films Have Changed. Top 13 Sites For Independent Filmmakers. In recent years, the content of the internet has transformed itself from a controlled and manufactured environment to a vast expanse of user generated content. Internet users can log on and create their own subjects, themes, and arguments to the sites they frequent. This idea gave birth to sites like Facebook, and Twitter; as well as creating tools like wikis, forums, and blogs.
This new type of social media forged specific online communities where people with similar interests could share and collaborate freely on ideas. Independent filmmakers have an ever-growing presence on social media sites such as twitter, facebook, youtube, and various blogs. This presence has resulted in a wealth of shared knowledge for filmmakers worldwide. These sites have become a hub for the independent filmmaking community, and are a vital resource many young writers, directors, and producers alike. Filmmaker Filmmakers on a tight budget know perfectly well how difficult it is to stay on that budget.
Related. Religion Will Save Us. Poder Sin Límites (Chronicle) (2012) - Subtitulado » Peliculas Online, Estrenos, Cine, Gratis. Watch The Best French Films & French Movies on SKY Movies 343 | TheHydeTube. オメガ３脂肪酸は『αリノレン酸』と呼ばれるもので、エゴマ油やアマニ油などといった『健康油』と呼ばれるものに多く含まれています。 Αリノレン酸は必須脂肪酸の一つでありますが、体内で生成する事の出来ない成分です。 なので、食事から取り入れなくてはいけません。 これらのオメガ３脂肪酸は私たちの体の中で『細胞膜の構成成分』となります。 また、αリノレン酸は同時に血管が詰まってしまう原因の『血栓』を防いだり、血圧やコレステロール値を下げたり、アレルギーやアトピーの症状を抑制したりする働きもあるのです。 私たちの健康維持のために必要なオメガ３脂肪酸ですが、αリノレン酸は体内に入ると『DHA』と『EPA』に変化する性質を持っています。 ご存知の通り、DHAは脳の海馬にも含まれている成分なので、摂取する事で脳の活性化にも繋がります。 特に脳細胞にはこれらの成分は必須なので、成長途中のお子さんなどには毎日必ず取り入れてもらいたい成分でもあります。 その他EPAは血液凝集作用を抑制する効果が高いので、血管が詰まるのを防いでくれるのです。 このように、オメガ３脂肪酸は体内に取り入れられると『DHA・EPA』に変換され、様々な健康効果を得る事が出来るのです。
お魚から直接接種するのも良いのですが、オメガ３脂肪酸は必須脂肪酸でもあるので、良質な油から取り入れる事も大切なのです。 DHAやEPAは、赤ちゃんにとっても欠かせない成分の一つです。 脳の発達に関係する成分なので、お母さんは妊娠中から積極的にDHAとEPAを含んだ食品を摂取する事が推奨されています！ DHAやEPAは食べすぎたからといって副作用が出る成分ではありませんので、赤ちゃんにも積極的に摂取してもらいたい成分の一つです。 また離乳食だけではなく、母乳やミルクを通して摂取する事が進められているので、母乳育児を実践しているママは積極的に食事にDHAやEPAを取り入れていきましょう。 最近の粉ミルクにはDHAやEPAが多く含まれているのも沢山販売されていますので、そういったものを代用すると良いですよ。
妊娠中は、胎児の脳や神経などが出来上がる大切な期間になります。 『妊娠中には葉酸が必要』と言われていますが、DHAやEPAは脳の発達を助ける効果もあるので、同時に摂取しておきたい成分でもあります。 Giallo thriller slasher horror mystic movies.