Archive for the ‘Film’ Category

A preteen-aged housefly named Nat and his two best friends, I.Q. and Scooter, stow away on the Apollo 11 and journey into space for a trip to the moon. Fly Me to the Moon is a Belgian CGI animated 3D feature film that was the first animated movie created for 3D. Directed by Ben Stassen, it has an [...]

Telling Stories, based on the Rockwell collections of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, is the first major exhibition to explore in-depth the connections between Norman Rockwell’s iconic images of American life and the movies. Two of America’s best-known modern filmmakers—George Lucas and Steven Spielberg—recognized a kindred spirit in Rockwell and formed significant collections of his work. [...]

An awkward jokester, Cooper (Chris Marquette), is in the process of getting fired by his boss when he hears a deafening ringing noise. He awakens later to find himself cocooned in a web and pries off his silky entanglement. The whole office is now covered in webs and after fighting with a gigantic bug, he [...]

Leave it to Pixar to create such an amazing video. Imagine the time it took to make this. Each mosaic is made from 40,000 still image “tiles” from Toy Story 1 and 2, including credits. There are 16 mosaics, or 640,000 tiles. These mosaics don’t use “cheats” such as tile tinting or blending with the [...]

The year is 2019. It has been 10 years since the outbreak of a plague that has caused humans to turn into vampires. The humans who have resisted being turned in order to join the new race have become hunted and farmed for blood. They have become an endangered species. With so few humans left, [...]

Miami’s Independent Thinkers is seeking experimental video artists for the upcoming July 4th event at The Awarehouse. Please submit your entries as soon as possible: ELIGIBILITY: The competition is open to all experimental video artists living or working in South Florida. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to enter. FILM SUBMISSIONS: Film [...]

The reliance on creating an event atmosphere around movies — something that’s been going on for a number of years now but really has seen some success in 2010 — is coming at a time when theatrical windows are shrinking (“Alice in Wonderland” famously went to DVD less than three months after its initial release) [...]


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