Philosophical Films Instructor: Dr. Jorn K. Bramann Frostburg State University Frostburg, Maryland 21532 email@example.com Course description: Viewing and discussion of artistically outstanding films in conjunction with the analysis of significant philosophical texts. ("The more you know, the more you see ...") Agoraphobia 2015 BRRip 480P 225MB English ESubs Ratings: 3.4/10Directed by: Lou SimonReleased On: October 2015Genre(s): Horror, ThrillerStar Cast: Cassie Scerbo, Tony Todd, Maria Olsen Synopsis: Agoraphobia 2015 – An agoraphobic inherits her father’s house in a remote part of the Florida Keys. When weird things start happening, she discovers that there’s something far more terrifying trapped inside the house with her. Torrent Links Here SiHKAL: Shulgins I Have Known and Loved The Last Interview With Alexander Shulgin By Hamilton Morris and Ash Smith Alexander Shulgin and the author. I love Alexander Shulgin. I’ve loved him from the first moment I read about him. He is my idol, my hero, my sun, my O2.
The Ambien Effect Zolpidem tartrate, or Ambien, has been prescribed to millions of insomniacs internationally, yet those who use the drug to ensure a good night's sleep are seldom aware it also possesses the ability to normalize functioning in certain types of damaged neurons, a phenomenon called "the Ambien effect." The first awakening occurred in 1999 when a man who had spent three years in a per... Zolpidem tartrate, or Ambien, has been prescribed to millions of insomniacs internationally, yet those who use the drug to ensure a good night's sleep are seldom aware it also possesses the ability to normalize functioning in certain types of damaged neurons, a phenomenon called "the Ambien effect."
Watch 222 Great Films in the Public Domain: Alfred Hitchcock, Fritz Lang, Buster Keaton & More Want to learn about film history? You can take a class on the subject, where you’ll likely need a copy of Kristin Thompson and David Bordwell’s standard text Film History: An Introduction, and possibly the companion book, Film Art: An Introduction. These are phenomenal resources written by two top-notch scholars who have spent their lives watching and analyzing films, and should you have the time and money to study their comprehensive introductions, by all means do so. But of course, there’s no substitute for actually watching the hundreds of films they reference, from the early days of the medium through its many re-visions and innovations in the 20th century.
Vice TV About ©2016 VICE Media LLC United States The VICE Channels Featured Video This Teenager Is Fighting Climate Change by Suing the Government U B U W E B : Helen Lee Helen Lee (b. 1965) Sally's Beauty Spot (1990) Helen Lee is an independent filmmaker based in Toronto and Seoul. She emigrated from Korea, where she was born, at age four with her family to Canada. Lee studied English Literature and Cinema Studies at the University of Toronto, where she was awarded the Norman Jewison Fellowship for further studies in film. She received her Master’s Degree in Cinema Studies at New York University and attended the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program in Critical and Curatorial Studies as a Helena Rubinstein Fellow.
People Like Us - Notations Documentary Travelogue (2013) People Like Us (Vicki Bennett) b. 1967 Duration 64'55" minutes Vicki Bennett’s film-collage-as-visual-score Notations is created from hundreds of different film clips, where the content conceptually or literally portrays different kinds of instructions to be read by the improvising artists on stage as a visual score. The film/performance toured the UK in November 2013.