- ’Disney Animated’ iPad app offers a behind-the-scenes look at 52 films – hintaa 14 dollaria, ei saatavilla Suomen app storesta ainakaan vielä
- Syd Mead on His Elysium, Blade Runner Designs –
- Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes – An Oral History – Costa: Another accidentally good decision: we shot it on negative film. It was way more expensive than positive film, but the quality for reproduction was way better. So what happened was when video tape came along, in the early '80s, we were fortunate enough to be one of the first 100 titles. It's hard to remember, but major studios didn't like videotape at first. We didn't care. And if you had a brand new video deck and there are only 20 films to rent in a little store, you're gonna watch all of them!
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 10.08.2013 – 11.08.2013
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 7.04.2013 – 10.04.2013
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 5.02.2012 – 7.02.2012
- In Star Trek: Deep Space 9 no-one uses social media – As I watch everyone interact on the station, the lack of social media sticks out hugely to me simply because it is how so many of us interact with each other now–and especially over long distances. There is no hashtag for DS9 workers to tweet LOLSisko macros or talk to families back home. Everyone uses voice/video communication rather than text despite the security issues this obviously poses (and of course a social network of any kind poses security problems in and of itself, but provides rich narrative opportunities in that arena which I've yet to see explored much) and the fact that we are seeing even now many people shy away even from the telephone when given an alternative. We have the videophones of science fiction past–and no one much cares. We use it sometimes, but it's far more of a pain to make yourself presentable onscreen, get the kids and dogs to leave you alone for long enough to Skype, and carry on an etiquette minefield of a conversation when a quick text or email will do for most business.
- The Faces Of Death Guy Looks Back – In the credits, he was listed as "Alan Black." Schwartz is one of few involved—those among the living—who are willing to embrace the film as part of their oeuvre. His then-boss's son, who collaborated with him, "doesn't want it as part of his legacy," says Schwartz. To this day, he honors the others' wishes that their names not be mentioned in connection with the film that changed his life.
- Behind the scenes with the animated Oscar noms – sivuilta näkee kaksi lyhäriehdokasta
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 3.01.2012
- Charlie Kaufman’s 2011 BAFTA and BFI lecture (pdf) – Screenwriters On Screenwriting: The BAFTA and BFI Screenwriters’ Lecture Series in association with The JJ Charitable Trust
Charlie Kaufman, 30 September 2011 at BFI Southban
- 6 Sci-Fi Movie Conventions (That Need to Die) –
- Comedy Year 2011 in Review Splitsider –
- Doctor Who Timeline Infographic –