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How to Make DIY Squibs | Refocused Media DIY Squibs are an essential part of indie action filmmaking, used by thousands of films all over the world. They allow you to give the effect of a bullet hit or expulsion of blood from the body of an actor. But if you’re a smaller production, how can you achieve this effect on a limited budget? Director Gareth Evans has you covered. Gareth, director of action hits Merantau and The Raid: Redemption, took time out of filming The Raid 2: Berandal to share the following information on his Twitter. It started with this, later adding that they pulled off “100 squibs, 1 shot”: How to Make DIY Squibs | Refocused Media
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Maya Deren (April 29, 1917 – October 13, 1961), born Eleanora Derenkowskaia (Russian: Элеоно́ра Деренко́вская), was one of the most important American experimental filmmakers and entrepreneurial promoters of the avant-garde in the 1940s and 1950s. Deren was also a choreographer, dancer, film theorist, poet, lecturer, writer and photographer. Perhaps one of the most influential experimental films in American cinema was her collaboration with Alexander Hammid on Meshes of the Afternoon (1943). She continued to make several more films of her own, including At Land (1944), A Study in Choreography for Camera (1945), and Ritual in Transfigured Time (1946) – writing, producing, directing, editing, and photographing them with help from only one other person, Hella Heyman, as camerawoman. Maya Deren Maya Deren
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The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On (ゆきゆきて、神軍, Yuki Yukite Shingun?) is an award-winning 1987 documentary by director Kazuo Hara. The documentary centers on 62-year-old veteran of Japan's Second World War campaign in New Guinea, Kenzo Okuzaki, and follows him around as he searches out those responsible for the unexplained deaths of two soldiers in his old unit. Renowned documentary filmmaker Errol Morris listed The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On as one of his Top 5 Favorite Films for Rotten Tomatoes.[2]
Ron & Fez: Werner Herzog Interview 11-11-2011
Hitler wants to study film production at UC Berkeley
I wish more filmmakers today had the courage to create with the mind of a poet. I agree with Miller about film being a poetic medium not properly exploited. Using film only to tell a story efficiently is like using an organ or symphonic orchestra only to play monophonic tunes one can whistle; it can be a nice, memorable tune, but our brain expects more from an orchestra and so it should expect more from a film screen. Filmmakers who create with the mind of a poet. - Film Forum on mubi.com Filmmakers who create with the mind of a poet. - Film Forum on mubi.com
DAVID LYNCH | "Mystery Disc" | 2009

The Document Which Was Formerly Called The MIT Guide to Lockpicking

The Document Which Was Formerly Called The MIT Guide to Lockpicking An interesting new lockpicking technique has been making its way around the internet. This technique uses 'bump keys' to open locks in a similar fashion to lockpicking guns but without requiring specialized hardware. You can read about bump keys in this document, and see a news report about them here. --- Presenting ---(drumroll please) I am told that the university which has its' name associated with this document would prefer not to.
Kermode Uncut: Another encounter with Werner Herzog
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