X performing Your Phone’s Off The Hook on the short lived CBS show No Holds Barred — via Youtube
Paris, 2002 — via Youtube
Moonlight Sonata (3rd Movement) Ludwig van Beethoven, arranged for electric guitar by Dr Viossy, played by Tina S — via Youtube
I’ve painted a response to being a Pop Icon. After thirty years, I’ve become Pop Art, something that people look at, recognize, and remember. I’ve tried to respond with art. I hope you enjoy it. Please subscribe, like, or share. See all the paintings at www.tomwilsonusa.com Thanks. Thanks — via Youtube
Paris, 2002 — via Youtube
Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1961 — via Youtube
British rock band Queen are not happy with Donald Trump’s
unauthorised use of one of their songs during his campaign to try to become the US President.
Their hit We Are The Champions was used to introduce Trump on stage to cheering crowds at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.
In a statement, the band said:
An unauthorised use at the Republican Convention against our wishes — Queen.
The song was played again when Trump’s wife Melania stepped on stage to give a speech, which was later mired in controversy over claims that parts of it were plagiarised from Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention in 2008 — via redwolf.newsvine.com
What makes dialogue work? Let’s explore the power of dialogue in film and take a look at the offensively named
Dead Parent Test — via Youtube
A vision of Stitched Up Heart’s Frankenstein by Sandy Stenzel and Robert G Phelps. Song produced by Gus Cryns — via Youtube
The most unfettered imagination belongs to young people, and they don’t walk through life; they fly — Rod Serling in 1963.
If you’ve never seen the Twilight Zone, you’re missing what might be one of the smartest and most thought-provoking television series of all-time. On the surface, it mimicked ordinary life. The pace was ordinary until challenges to the deepest fears and uncertainties that lurk inside the mind took hold.
The series ran from 1959-64 and was created by Rod Serling. The show was mesmerising audiences across the US when he was interviewed for Australian radio by Binny Lum. We came across this conversation in Australia’s National Film and Sound Archive and it’s one of those delightful back and forths that makes you stop and listen. Serling jumps into the conversation, there’s little apprehension, and suddenly he takes you on a journey thinking about your own past and childhood, and the ultimate realisation that
you simply cannot go home again — via Youtube
SWANH.NET is an adaptation of Star Wars Episode IV in a style that was inspired by infographics. One story in one piece of 123 metres length — via swanh.net
Dead Ahead is a postcard animation to the world of the horror movie genre. Our intrepid travellers head out into the wilderness on their road trip only to find one nightmare scenario after the other. With each step forward a new monster emerges paying homage to such classics as Friday the 13th, Jaws and Pet Sematary — via Donal O’Keeffe on Vimeo
Frank Howarth has wood turned a Death Star out of bamboo plywood. The build consists of making two segmented halves that seam together at the trench. Each half is made of 9 rings. Each ring has 13 segments. There is one extra ring to help the two halves overlap at the seam. The superlaser dish was turned separately. The hole in the Death Star and the profile of the dish were cut on the CNC router to allow to two to fit together — via Youtube
We humans we create, we work, we stay busy from birth to death and never rest. We build, aim higher, work harder, accomplish more, and to what end?
Balance takes an abstract look at our modern world, the full and the empty spaces and time in which we live and choose to make our lives — via Balance from Tim Sessler on Vimeo
Factory Fifteen collaborated with Raw TV on the development of our original take on the singularity, the point where artificial intelligence becomes self aware and more intelligent than the human race. They created a seven minute proof of concept, teasing at a larger project currently in development. Their role developed along the course of the project from consultation and script development, to directing an ambitious live action shoot and finally delivering TV standard visual effects, all in house in the Factory Fifteen Studio.
The film shows one vignette within a bigger picture, highlighting an AI called ANA who deceives Jim, a redundant car factory worker, in giving her full control over the facility. ANA is imbedded into every major manufacturing industry in the world, including medical and food resources. Her seeming betrayal to mankind could be devastating. Only she knows her true intentions.
Distant Dream official live video, directed by John Carpenter — via Youtube
Unknown comic artist Martin Landau, cartoonist on the New York Daily News — via via Steve Niles
Being the attempt to recreate a one of a kind movie prop using fabric, gumption and couch foam. Can Bart recreate Alex DeLarge’s puffy, dimensional bedding, as seen in A Clockwork Orange?
This amazing prop was only on screen for a minute and 40 seconds, in two scenes. The actual screen-used Clockwork Orange bedspread is said to have degraded in storage, ultimately to be disposed of. Will we be able to recreate it?
And how crazy will the level of effort needed be? — via Youtube
Humphrey Bogart, James Stewart and Alfred Hitchcock — via Steve Niles
There is a place where all fictional characters meet. Outside of time, Outside of all logic, This place is known as Hell’s Club, but this club is not safe — via Youtube
Marble Machine built and composed by Martin Molin. Video filmed and edited by Hannes Knutsson — via Youtube
Director Spike Jonze had a vision for how to open The Late Show, so Stephen said, why not? — via Youtube
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::squee:: My Wolf + Declán commission from Ben Templesmith arrived
— via owlturdcomix