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Sight & Sound

Sight & Sound

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Film review: Bright Star Deeply felt and intelligent … Abbie Cornish and Ben Whishaw in Bright Star Bright Star Production year: 2009 Countries: France, Other English-language, Rest of the world, UK, USA Cert (UK): PG Runtime: 119 mins Directors: Jane Campion Cast: Abbie Cornish, Ben Whishaw, Kerry Fox, Paul Schneider, Thomas Sangster More on this film "The beginning of your poem has something very perfect," says Keats's lover, Fanny Brawne, of his Endymion – before complaining that the rest of it isn't nearly as good. Tactfully, Jane Campion allows us to understand that this is not so much a criticism of Keats's poetry but his life, in fact all our lives. Music Store As of November 1st, 2016, the Music Store is no more. We know this may be sad news for some, but rest assured: we’re working on adding newer, better ways to help people purchase and add music to their videos in the future. Downloading Music Store purchasesFor Friendly Music (Rumblefish) and Audiosocket purchases, you can continue to download these tracks from the Purchases tab in your account settings through the end of 2016. If you bought tracks from SmartSound, you will have to reach out to them directly to download your tracks.

Film Independent at LACMA Film Independent at LACMA Film Independent at LACMA is a year-round weekly film series that offers unique cinematic experiences for the Los Angeles creative community and the general public. The series brings together Film Independent’s creative community of filmmakers and a wide spectrum of audiences, with LACMA’s commitment to presenting cinema in an artistic and historical context. The program presents classic and contemporary narrative and documentary films, artists and their influences, emerging auteurs and international showcases, and special guest-curated programs, in addition to conversations with artists, curators and special guests. All films screened digitally, unless otherwise noted. Information & Policies

Bright Lights Film Journal Train to Somewhere Hou Hsiao-hsien Pays Sweet Homage to Ozu in Café Lumière Hou honors the master while remaining true to his own vision The 100th anniversary of the birth of Yasujiro Ozu on December 12, 1903 has seen the release of films by two major international art cinema directors — Abbas Kiarostami and Hou Hsiao-hsien — that are explicit homages to Ozu. In the case of Kiarostami's Five (2003), the connection with Ozu is remote to say the least: a 74-minute film consisting of five static shots of the seashore, its willful denial of Kiarostami's own strengths as a narrative filmmaker makes it little more than an interesting experiment, more at home in the art gallery than the cinema. And the connection with Ozu? storyboards What is a storyboard? Once a concept or script is written for a film or animation, the next step is to make a storyboard. A storyboard visually tells the story of an animation panel by panel, kind of like a comic book. Your storyboard will should convey some of the following information: What charaters are in the frame, and how are they moving?

The Actors Fund Work Program Program Description The Actors Fund Work Program (AWP) assists entertainment industry and performing arts professionals in identifying and finding sideline work and new careers. AWP is a comprehensive employment and training program committed to fostering resiliency and self-reliance for industry professionals as well as providing a resource for referral of highly skilled and creative workers to the larger employment community. Through AWP services, clients can develop rewarding sideline careers in such areas as teaching, administrative support, healing professions, and real estate. Often, working professionals need to work outside of the industry to support the continuing pursuit of industry work.

A Closed Door That Leaves Us Guessing So, that's a director. You, who are beginning to make films, you must keep a bit of The Tramp in you, and you must have begun already to have a bit of A Countess from Hong Kong in you too. You must always have the extreme youth of The Tramp that wants to speak against society, that we're on the street, that we have the sky and belong to mankind, and you must have begun already to have a bit of A Countess from Hong Kong, being very old and a bit bitter. That, in order to say as he does in that film, that society has let go of him, that it doesn't take an interest in him any more. Here, perhaps it's different in Japan, because the Japanese relationship with old age is completely different. As Deleuze put it very well: an old man is not only somebody who is just old, and is only that, he's also someone who has been released by society.

Millennium Mambo review - movie review of the Hsiao-hsien Hou fi Millennium Mambo Directed by Hsiao-hsien Hou As Millenium Mambo opens, following Vicky (Qi Shu) as she walks with an ecstatic grace on a bridge, almost floating in complete silence, you get instantly taken by the beauty of the scene, getting the feeling you're in for something unique. And it is. Eisenstein's montage theory Montage--juxtaposing images by editing--is unique to film (and now video). During the 1920s, the pioneering Russian film directors and theorists Sergei Eisenstein and Dziga Vertov demonstrated the technical, aesthetic, and ideological potentials of montage. The 'new media' theorist Lev Manovich has pointed out how much these experiments of the 1920s underlie the aesthetics of contemporary video. Eisenstein believed that film montage could create ideas or have an impact beyond the individual images. Two or more images edited together create a "tertium quid" (third thing) that makes the whole greater than the sum of its individual parts.

Financial Wellness Program Financial Wellness Program Budget Credit Accounts Organizer Form - Download PDF. Financial Wellness Program Budget Cash Flow Worksheet - Download PDF. The Financial Wellness Program provides financial education, referrals, counseling and support to members of the performing arts and entertainment community. Our programs help people identify strategies for balancing income and expenses, reduce or eliminate debt, establish financial boundaries, and explore limiting beliefs about financial competence and self-worth. Our services include: Individual Services

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