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Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 7.02.2014 – 8.02.2014

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 7.02.2014 – 8.02.2014

8.2.2014 0 comments
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 31.01.2014 – 1.02.2014

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 31.01.2014 – 1.02.2014

  • Michael Keaton – "I mean, I had no concept of stopping play. It just didn't occur to anyone."
  • What do you look for in great cinematography? – Let’s watch two clips each from the five nominees for this year’s Oscar for Best Cinematography. The soundtrack will be removed from the clips. Instead, we’ll have some commentary (posted below). But you might want to watch the clips with no sound at all. See what great cinematography means to you.
  • The Post-Hope Politics of ‘House of Cards’ – But perhaps the most telling detail he shared with me is that he writes the 150-character plot summaries that accompany each episode of “House of Cards” on Netflix. Not just the episodes — the summaries of the episodes. Before the first season of the show, which was released on Feb. 1 last year, Netflix sent him the summaries they wrote in house, which Willimon then rewrote. Now he writes all of them as a matter of course, a job that would normally be done by someone on the Netflix metadata team. “It just seemed easier,” he says.
1.2.2014 0 comments
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 26.11.2013

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 26.11.2013

26.11.2013 0 comments
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 22.11.2013 – 24.11.2013

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 22.11.2013 – 24.11.2013

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Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 12.08.2013 – 15.08.2013

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 12.08.2013 – 15.08.2013

  • Can Peter Berg Redeem Himself After ‘Battleship’? – The crew member began to explain. Berg silenced him with his hand. Berg put his hand to his forehead, thinking. Someone was talking. The assistant director said firmly, “Silence, please!” After a long moment Berg looked up and said, “I’d like to blow up that wall.” Someone said, “It could be expensive.” Berg asked how much, then shrugged. “O.K., just tear it up a little. Blowing it up makes me nervous.”
  • Kill The Leading Man: Two Histories of 21st Century Television | Los Angeles Review of BooksLos Angeles Review of Books – these critics are also looking at television as a broad and diverse medium. They are writing about the conventions and politics of reality TV, they are critiquing the aesthetics and assumptions of channels like Food Network and HGTV, they are advocating for under-seen programs and agitating for greater racial, sexual, and gender parity at the networks responsible for this century’s television revolution. The critical community — Sepinwall included — is not content to occupy itself merely with the canonization of Great Works or the policing of aesthetic sensibilities
  • Combining CG and hand-drawn animation in Paperman (YouTube) – "That kind of stylized photorealism can't be the only way that computer animation can look"
15.8.2013 0 comments