The Space Between Us (2016) L - Online Film Guide | Sundance Institute Director: Babis Makridis Screenwriters: Efthimis Filippou, Babis Makridis Institute History 2012 Sundance Film Festival Description L begins with an ode to being a bear and ends with an ode to the sea. A man lives in his car. Cowriter/director Babis Makridis and cowriter Efthimis Filippou (Dogtooth, Alps) propel us into a funky, surreal world of deadpan absurdism. Screening Details Section: World Cinema Dramatic CompetitionFilm Type: International Narrative Feature FilmsCountry: GreeceLanguage: GreekRun Time: 87 min. As you use our Online Archives, please understand that the information presented from Festivals, Labs, and other activities is taken directly from official publications from each year.
"Dolfi" is a Palm-Sized Washing Machine That Cleans With Ultrasound Meet “Dolfi”, a next-generation ultrasonic “washing machine” that fits in the palm of your hand. Designed by Switzerland’s MPI Ultrasonics, the smartphone-sized gadget conveniently fits in any bathroom, suitcase, or purse. No need to splash out for your hotel’s laundry service, rack up dry-cleaning bills, or labor over a sink: The Dolfi promises to clean even delicate fabrics, such as silk or cashmere, with minimal water, energy, and fuss. Harnessing the “power of ultrasound” is easy. As newfangled as it sounds, ultrasonic cleaning has been around since the 1950s. Because of its depth of penetration, ultrasound doesn’t create the wear and tear that comes from mechanical agitation. RELATED | Scrubba’s Pocket-Size Laundry Bag is World’s Smallest Washing Machine Unlike its industrial-sized brethren, however, Dolfi is being positioned as the “world’s smallest and gentlest ultrasonic washing machine,” suitable for everyday consumer use. + Dolfi [Via Yanko Design]
Воспитание чувств | An Education | 2008 28 Days Later... (2002) Warrior (2011 The Secret Fears of an Entrepreneur We entrepreneurs keep a lot of things bottled up inside. We tend to want people to think that we're on top of our business and everything is going exactly as planned. The truth is, we often have very rational concerns about what we're doing and how we're doing it. Unfortunately, we often keep our fears hidden because we're worried about what how they may be perceived. Having moderated the stories and questions on StartupsAnonymous.com. for nearly a year now, I can tell you that no entrepreneur is alone. Whether you talk about it openly or not, most entrepreneurs have a very healthy fear of failure and discontent. To illustrate my point, the following are they fears that follow me around every day and I never say to anyone ... I'm not getting any younger. What are your secret fears?
Psycho (1960 film) In 1992, the US Library of Congress deemed the film "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry. During a lunchtime tryst in Phoenix, Arizona, a real estate secretary named Marion Crane discusses with her boyfriend, Sam Loomis, how they cannot afford to get married because of Sam's debts. After lunch, Marion returns to work, where a client drops off a $40,000 cash payment on a property. Her boss asks her to deposit the money in the bank, and she asks if she can take the rest of the afternoon off. Returning home, she begins to pack for an unplanned trip, deciding to steal the money and give it to Sam in Fairvale, California. A week later, Marion's sister Lila arrives in Fairvale and confronts Sam about the whereabouts of her sister. At the motel, Lila and Sam meet Norman. Edward Hopper's The House by the Railroad, used as inspiration for the look of the Bates house. The shadowy figure from the shower scene.
YouTube Announces New Film Competition With Venice Film Festival and Ridley Scott YouTube’s aggressive effort to leave its low-rent entertainment reputation behind continues: On Thursday the Google-owned video hub plans to announce a partnership with the Venice Film Festival and Ridley Scott’s production company to create what it’s calling an online film festival. “The goal is to connect new voices with a global audience of unprecedented size,” said Nate Weinstein, YouTube’s manager of entertainment marketing. The effort, called Your Film Festival and sponsored by Emirates airlines, involves a global competition. Starting Feb. 2, aspiring filmmakers can submit 15-minute, story-driven videos to a YouTube channel, youtube.com/yourfilmfestival. Submissions must be received by March 31, when Mr. Scott (“Alien,” “Gladiator”) and his team will select 50 semifinalists. Those 10 shorts will screen at Venice’s 69th installment in August, with a winner named by Mr. Why did YouTube pick Venice? YouTube has tried to latch onto film festivals before with mixed success.
uk.businessinsider Excerpted from the book Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000 by Doug Menuez, Atria Books. Foreword by Elliott Erwitt, Introduction by Kurt Andersen.Steve Jobs rides a school bus with NeXT employees in 1987. The 1980s and 1990s were a pivotal time for innovation in Silicon Valley. In 1981, shortly after Apple released the Apple 1, IBM introduced the first PC. A few years later, the World Wide Web would be born. Documentary photographer Doug Menuez happened to be in Silicon Valley at the time. "I would go to Silicon Valley occasionally, and it was terrible. In 1985, shortly after Steve Jobs was ousted from Apple, Menuez asked if he could document the Apple founder's new venture, a personal computing company he called NeXT. To his surprise, Jobs agreed. "He knew he was a historical figure," Menuez said. Menuez spent the next three years documenting what was happening inside the young company. "At NeXT, they were constantly hiring absolutely brilliant people.
The Dark Tower: Idris Elba, Matthew McConaughey cast in Stephen King movie The tower has begun to peek above the horizon. After many years, and many attempts, a film version of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower is finally getting underway with Idris Elba confirmed as the gunslinger and Matthew McConaughey as the mystical foe known as the man in black. Both the author and the movie’s director and co-writer, Nikolaj Arcel, spoke exclusively with EW about the plan to begin adapting the six-shooter-and-sorcery tale — which spans eight novels, assorted comic books and short stories, and is frequently referenced throughout King’s body of work. “The thing is, it’s been a looong trip from the books to the film,” King says, putting it right in context: “When you think about it, I started these stories as a senior in college, sitting in a little sh-tty cabin beside the river in Maine, and finally this thing is actually in pre-production now.” He laughs. “I’m delighted, and I’m a little bit surprised.” RELATED: Stephen King: 10 Best and 5 Worst Adaptations
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