Solaris Discussion Questions. 1.
Liana Bresler The film often made use of reflections, both in as a cinematographic device as well as in the development of the philosophical plot development of the film. CINE Y PSICOLOGÍA: STALKER (Andrej Tarkovsky, 1979) - PARTE I -: Sobre la naturaleza del camino y del deseo. En Stalker y en Solaris si algo no me interesaba era la ciencia ficción.
Pero, desgraciadamente, en Solaris aun hubo muchos elementos de ciencia ficción, que distraían de lo esencial. Open Culture - The best free cultural & educational media on the web. Aboriginal Culture - Aboriginal Religion and Ceremony. Aboriginal Religion Aboriginal Ceremony.
Aboriginal religion, like many other religions, is characterised by having a god or gods who created people and the surrounding environment during a particular creation period at the beginning of time. Aboriginal people are very religious and spiritual, but rather than praying to a single god they cannot see, each group generally believes in a number of different deities, whose image is often depicted in some tangible, recognisable form. This form may be that of a particular landscape feature, an image in a rock art shelter, or in a plant or animal form. Wandjina bring the Wet Season rains to the people of the Kimberley. Aboriginal people do not believe in animism.
The Lightning Brothers in the Victoria River District, Northern Territory. Las perversiones en el cine de David Lynch. Perception of Depth - Brian Koberlein. If you’ve ever watched a 3D movie, you’ve noticed how the image on the screen appears to have a certain depth to it.
Certain objects just seem farther away. Other objects (usually pointy things) seem to leap out from the screen. You’ve also probably noticed that you have to wear a pair of glasses to watch the movie. If you take the glasses off during the movie, things look somewhat blurry. 3D movies work by projecting two movies at the same time. This trick works because (most) humans have depth perception. The cult of Cthulhu: real prayer for a fake tentacle. This War Photographer Embedded Himself in a Video Game. The Last of Us Remastered is a post-apocalyptic video game released earlier this year on PlayStation 4 with an in-game Photo Mode, which freezes the game and lets players shoot, edit and share photographs of their achievements.
TIME assigned conflict photographer Ashley Gilbertson to use the Photo Mode to document the game’s protagonists as they fight to survive in a zombie-infested world. Gilbertson writes about his experience. Astronomia - Espacio Profundo - Biografías. DE MECANICA CUÁNTICA. Ciencia de Bolsillo. El blog de Francisco R. Villatoro. A Curious Mind. Here are five science stories that I found intriguing during 2013.
I don’t mean to imply that these necessarily represent the most important discoveries, rather, these are simply stories that, for one reason or another, caught my attention more than others. 1. Great Ball of Fire On the morning of February 15, an asteroid that penetrated the Earth’s atmosphere unnoticed (Figure 1), exploded above the Siberian town of Chelyabinsk.
Saturn: Jewel of the Solar System. H.R. Giger, 1940-2014: the Xenomorph's father. It seems wrong to say that Swiss surrealist H.R.
Giger "passed away" at age 74. Let's respect the man's vision and avoid euphemisms. Say that he died and that his remains will merge with infinity. Giger was a painter, sculptor, graphic artist and production designer. He was best known for designing the titular creature of the "Alien" films, a "xenomorph" that began life as a leathery egg which then disgorged a "facehugger" that attached itself to, well, a face, and then inserted a tube into the victim's mouth which laid another egg in the host's stomach that grew into creature that looked like an eyeless snake with serrated teeth which finally burst from the victim's body like a huge maggot eating through dead flesh (sorry if you're reading this as you eat, but if you're eating, why read an appreciation of H.R.
More than one observer has pointed out that almost nothing about the "Alien" creature makes biological/evolutionary sense. Gwarlingo – The Polaroids of Andrei Tarkovsky : The Mystery of Everyday Life. Polaroid by Andrei Tarkovsky from the book Instant Light: Tarkovsky Polaroids from Thames and Hudson.
“Never try to convey your idea to the audience,” said Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky, “—it is a thankless and senseless task. Gavin Rothery Blog - A Matter Of Electric Sheep. Blade Runner is one of those films that gets written about a lot, it's a very special movie.
Even though it's almost thirty years old it still beats out the competiton. At University, despite the fact I was doing an illustration degree, they made me write a lot of essays. Metal Gear Solid 2 – Sons of Liberty. Metal Gear Solid 2.
No tengo palabras para él… y a la vez tengo tantas… Hay tanto sobre qué hablar en este juego… Si me he resistido a hacer una entrada hasta hoy es porque hace falta una cantidad ingente de tiempo para realizarla y otra tanta para leerla y macerarla. Soy consciente de que va a salir uno de los artículos más largos, densos y complejos en lo que se lleva de blog. Pero alguna vez tenía que tocar. No podía dejar de lado este juego (¿o tal vez no lo sea?) Thomas Mann. Thomas Mann (Lübeck, Imperio alemán, 6 de junio de 1875 – Zúrich, Suiza, 12 de agosto de 1955) fue un escritor alemán nacionalizado estadounidense. Considerado uno de los escritores europeos más importantes de su generación, Mann es recordado por el profundo análisis crítico que desarrolló en torno al alma europea y alemana en la primera mitad del siglo XX. Para ello tomó como referencias principales a la Biblia y las ideas de Goethe, Freud, Nietzsche y Schopenhauer. A pesar de que su obra más conocida sea la novela La montaña mágica, Thomas Mann recibió el Premio Nobel de literatura en 1929 «principalmente por su gran novela, Los Buddenbrook, que ha merecido un reconocimiento cada vez más firme como una de las obras clásicas de la literatura contemporánea».