Rabbit and Deer by Péter Vácz. Meet Zeus: The Rescued Blind Owl With Stars In His Eyes. One morning, someone in Southern California found an injured owl on their porch.
It turned out to be a blind Western Screech Owl with eyes that look like a starry night. After a visit to the vet, the owl found a new permanent home at the Wildlife Learning Center in Sylmar, California. He was named “Zeus” after the Greek god of sky and thunder because of his stunning eyes. Zeus was injured when he was found on that front porch in South California, but the dedicated team of animal lovers at the center helped him on his feet again. Since he was blind, they couldn’t simply release him back into the wild, so he now lives in a trunk on the filing cabinet next to Wildlife Learning Center founder Paul Hahn’s desk. The Wind Rises. The Wind Rises (風立ちぬ, Kaze Tachinu?)
Is a 2013 Japanese animated historical drama film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and animated by Studio Ghibli. It was released by Toho on July 20, 2013 in Japan, and by Touchstone Pictures in North America on February 21, 2014 and the UK on May 9, 2014. Movie 43. The film took almost a decade to get into production as most studios outright rejected the script, which was eventually picked up by Relativity Media for $6 million.
The film was shot over a period of several years, as casting also proved to be a challenge for the producers. Some actors, including George Clooney, immediately declined to take part, while others, such as Richard Gere, attempted to get out of the project. Released on January 25, 2013, Movie 43 has been widely panned by critics, with Richard Roeper calling it "the Citizen Kane of awful", joining others who labeled it as one of the worst films of all time.
The film won three awards at the 34th Golden Raspberry Awards, including Worst Picture. 4.jpg (JPEG Image, 595 × 460 pixels) Comedy Is Getting Weirder. When I arrive at the Abso Lutely headquarters in Glendale, California, a Miley-aged assistant leads me to a desk near Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim's offices, discloses the Wi-Fi password, and leaves me alone.
Staring right at me is a child mannequin wearing a ginger, Amish-length beard. Considering all the grotesque costumes they have worn on TV--the Lollipop Guild–meets–Las Vegas look of their "Chrimbus" special comes to mind--it's almost jarring when the duo emerge in button-down shirts and jeans. Resource Magazine 40 Movies about photography every photographer should watch - Resource Magazine. Film making and photography go hand-in-hand.
In film making, the art of cinematography is lost with photography. The skill to present moving images in such postcard-like material is in itself a direct descendant of the art of still-photography. If a photographer truly wants to improve his or her craft, they need to study how filmmakers and cinematographers captures moving images on the screen. Just as important is for still photographers to watch films that depict he art of photography through Hollywood’s eye and also visit the stories of celebrated photographers through documentaries.
Here are 40 notable movies about photography every photographer should watch… in no particular order. 40 Movies About Photography - 1. A dark thriller featuring an inspired Robin Williams playing a Walmart one-hour photo clerk who ended up stalking a family whose pictures he regularly takes and develops. 2. An independent art house film that is brooding, melancholy and beautifully shot. Watch @SundanceFest 2014 Short Films! Yesterday afternoon saw the announcement of Sundance’s short film lineup for 2014, 66 short films that will play Park City this upcoming January.
The competition was fierce, with a revealed total of 8,141 submissions, but, of the myriad things you could do to catch the fleeting but powerful attention of a programmer—write a great script, discover an amazing subject, or cast a big star—keeping your short film offline, sight unseen, conferred no advantage.
300+ Mind Expanding Documentaries. I watch a lot of documentaries.
I think they are incredible tools for learning and increasing our awareness of important issues. The power of an interesting documentary is that it can open our minds to new possibilities and deepen our understanding of the world. On this list of mind expanding documentaries you will find different viewpoints, controversial opinions and even contradictory ideas. Critical thinking is recommended. I'm not a big fan of conspiracy documentaries but I do like films that challenge consensus reality and provoke us to question the everyday ideas, opinions and practices we usually take for granted. Watching documentaries is one of my favorite methods of self-education. The Running Jumping and Standing Still Film (1960) The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows. Porn 101. Is Your Red The Same as My Red?
Is Your Red The Same as My Red? Moon rise kingdom. Magazine. Joost Vandebrug started taking photos of a homeless lad he met in Bucharest called Costel in 2011.
A couple of days later Costel invited Joost to meet the rest of his, 'family'. Judge Napolitano: How to get fired from Fox in under 5 mins. Wes anderson. Desert Island Discs - Castaway : Sir Ken Robinson. These two young artists quit their jobs to build this glass house for $500. Nick Olson and Lilah Horwitz. Click here or on a photo to go to a slideshow: The Tarantino Mixtape.