Posts Tagged ‘Film

Film Review: Gerhard Richter Painting By Lorette C. Luzajic The film was boring, moving at a snail’s pace, and devoid of the kind of crazy scandals of excess or intrigue that make art documentaries interesting. Legendary artist Gerhard Richter, while gracious and polite enough, was a reluctant subject for scrutiny. There were no salient revelations [...]

Star Wars Artwork

21, Sep 2011

More than 100 well-known and promising artists were invited to draw upon the entire Star Wars galaxy for inspiration. Star Wars: Visions collected these inspiring artworks which is a true breakthrough tribute to the worldwide inspiration that is Star Wars. Here are some of the artworks from the Star Wars Visions book. Luke’s Lesson – Jacob Pfeiffer

The Savage Eye Surrealism & Cinema exhibition at the Queensland Art Gallery, at the Gallery’s Australian Cinémathèque, presents a major survey of the surrealist sensibility in cinema. This includes a focus on the late films of Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel, undoubtedly the most well-known filmmaker to emerge out of Surrealism, and who continued to underline the [...]

Born into a world of numbers, where a number 9 goes onto greatness, 5 leads a mediocre life, lies an oppressed zero, who discovers that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something. This stop motion animation film Zero is written and directed by Christopher Kezelos and produced by Christine Kezelos.

From the folks over at Art of the Title comes this presentation video for the SXSW “Excellence in Title Design” competition screening. It shows a brief history of title design. Credits: Editor: Ian Albinson Music: RJD2 “Ghostwriter”

The 1948 American comedy horror film Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, directed by Charles Barton and starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello, is the first of several films where the comedy duo meets classic characters from Universal’s horror film stable. In this four part series learn exactly what went into filming this classic horror comedy.

The 1929 silent film ‘Un Chien Andalou‘ (which means “An Andalusian Dog”), by Salvador Dali and Luis Buñuel, is a surrealistic mixed bag of non-related scenes strung together, that for it’s time was shocking and obscene. Ants crawling out of a man’s palm, a severed hand in the street and another with a man who suddenly starts [...]


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