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David Lynch David Keith Lynch (born January 20, 1946) is an American film director, television director, visual artist, musician and occasional actor. Known for his surrealist films, he has developed a unique cinematic style, which has been dubbed "Lynchian", a style characterized by its dream imagery and meticulous sound design. The surreal, and in many cases, violent, elements contained within his films have been known to "disturb, offend or mystify" audiences.[2] Over his career, Lynch has received three Academy Award nominations[3] for Best Director and a nomination for best screenplay. Life and career[edit] Early life: 1946–1965[edit] Lynch had become interested in painting and drawing from an early age, becoming intrigued by the idea of pursuing it as a career path when living in Virginia, where his friend's father was a professional painter.[18] At Francis C. Philadelphia and short films: 1966–1970[edit] Los Angeles and Eraserhead: 1971–1979[edit]

piattaforme e tools per l'interattività Documenting Mythologies - Documentary Film, Radio, Photography | Presentation + Production | Williamsburg, Brooklyn A simple escape from the city becomes the frame for a series of collaborative video essays. Documenting Mythologies follows a group of media-makers on a road trip from Brooklyn to rural Maine. Diverse aesthetic approaches to documentary are used to explore a theme inspired by the 1957 collection of texts by Roland Barthes titled Mythologies. For Barthes, myths aren’t just the traditional stories we tell; there are myths everywhere within our everyday lives. They are the meanings that we take for granted, “the falsely obvious,” a confusion of Nature and History. For the group on this journey some fifty years later, myths are found in objects like little fountains, places like the Big Apple, habits like online personae, and in the ubiquitous and flexible word ‘whatever.’ Documenting Mythologies TRAILER from UnionDocs on Vimeo. Documenting Mythologies 2013 | 66 min | Color | USA Christopher Allen, Jesse Shapins, Kara Oehler, Steve Holmgren, Alison S.

David Lynch Genre : Cinéma (réalisation) date de naissance :20 Janvier 1946 L’inconnu, c’est toujours excitant... Biographie David Lynch D'un père chercheur au ministère de l'Agriculture et d'une mère enseignante à domicile, David Lynch, enfant taciturne et rêveur, se découvre une réelle passion pour la peinture. Une fois son baccalauréat obtenu, il quitte le giron familial avec l’un de ses amis, Jack Fisk, pour la Boston Museum School. › Signaler une erreur sur la fiche Interlude - Interactive Video

Explorations IE Award: Evaluation In this project, my aim was to make a documentary with good quality and good story-line with the group. I wanted to be able to work together with my team and work efficiently. Our objective was to be able to make many different perspectives on the problem through interviews. This will result to a well made documentary. The strengths to our documentary was that we had some pretty good interviews. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

David Lynch Hepatitis C Oil Boom: See A Modern-Day Gold Rush In Motion If you've seen any coverage of North Dakota's oil boom, you've seen the images — oil rigs, truck traffic, "man camps," miles of temporary housing. But there is something about this place that just can't be captured by a still photograph. It's a feeling you get when you cruise down an endless highway under a vast, big sky — until suddenly: BOOM. Everywhere you look you see windows peppered with "help wanted" signs. We commissioned photographer Annie Flanagan, currently based in Williston, N.D. — the heart of the boom — to capture what it feels like to be a part of it. "Hey, buddy — wanna buy an oil well?" A few decades ago, you would have probably been wise to run away from that come-on as fast as your feet could carry you. That's because of the fascinating and remarkable transformation underway in western North Dakota. This used to be largely windswept farm and ranching country. North Dakota has seen oil booms before — and the inevitable busts that accompany them.

La note David Lynch - Le fil cinéma A l'occasion de la rétrospective que lui consacre la Cinémathèque à partir du 13 octobre, l’Américain David Lynch était de passage, fin septembre, dans un atelier parisien, pour réaliser quelques dessins. Extrait de l'entretien exceptionnel à base de post-it et de photos avec le réalisateur de “Mulholand Drive”, que nous publierons intégralement la semaine prochaine. Sa rencontre (ratée) avec Elvis, sa passion pour “Only the lonely”, de Roy Orbison, le travail sur les BO avec son complice Angelo Badalamenti… Entretien et réalisation : Laurent Rigoulet et jean-Baptiste Roch. Rétrospective David Lynch, du 13 au 31 octobre 2010 : projection de tous ses films et rencontre-débat le 13 octobre à 17hCinémathèque française, Paris

Collapsus - Energy Risk Conspiracy Collapsus is an immersive web experience set in a near-future world after peak oil, where conspiracy and treason are rife. Against a dramatic backdrop of global energy politics, Collapsus combines interactivity with animation, fiction and documentary, inviting the user to embark on a quest to collect information, find solutions, and make crucial decisions that will leave their mark on a national and a global See also our interview with the creators and producers of Collapsus and our walkthrough of Collapsus with audio commentary by director Tommy Pallotta. Awards Collapsus received an Emmy nomination for Best Digital Fiction, a People’s Choice Award and Interactive Award nominations at SXSW 2011, the Dutch Spin Award, and a World Summit Award. is a Submarine Channel production in co-production with VPRO Backlight. This project was made with the support of Dutch Cultural Media Fund, SNS REAAL Fund, VSB Fund and GasTerra.