As Fincher recently told The Wall Street Journal, he found himself getting his back adjusted at a spa and had a revelation: "I was listening to that calming, placating music and thought, 'We need to tap into this."
an Expanded Cinema and interdisciplinary experiment, fusing theatre and expanded cinema techniques. "The goal is not to have a clean, finished product, but rather, it is an exploration of the process of the work, which subsequently becomes the work. Through the use of found artifacts, archival film footage, live performance and sound design we hope to create a new language of theatre performance."
Q and A session pics
2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS) r.i.p. Griffin Alley and George Stinney and Lena Baker. Special Thanks to: Constance 'Connie' Winston, J. Leigh S., Allied Productions, Dennis Harper, Ray Steehler, John Vodicka, and The Prison & Jail Project.
'And Jane has fallen. Twice. Upon a miraculous Godsend grace~greasy mood. Jane has always been called 'moody', but this may be different. Duh. Jane, not Cara, landed himself flat on the cold floor after a body crash at the ice rink, desperately looking for that golden moment to have been designed to fall more privately flat on his rump for no other reason than to slide, shake, rattle, selfie and roll dat rump before any major internal injury could to settle in and before the next winter solstice thunderstorm begins. That could take time. Especially if your EZ PASS is out-of-order and C. Delevigne can afford hopping over train turnstiles till kingdom come. Next time watch the movie, 'Ice Castles' on YOUTUBE and you will be just as content with ur newly acquired rump & bum aches and pains. Here's a Bronx Cheer, Jane. You slippery fish, you. Chin up. bye.
What makes NYC endlessly special? No silly, not the eclectic choices of ethnic food but - guarded and vandalism protected thirst-quenching (umm, can't you see the water tower above...hello!) rustic fixtures. Bye. And did you notice that there are satellite dishes attached to the cage. I wonder if they used scotch tape. Think so? Hmm. Crazy. Yup. I woulda used scotch tape, for sure. But the problem is that I don't have any scotch tape. Nope. Darn. See ya!
R.I.P. PACLAB. Just confirmed,PACLAB has officially gone under. There now exists no public available Reversal film laboratory for the film artist to develop 8mm film in NYC. All labs have been forced into closing and submission. To all fellow artists working in bathtubs and kitchen sinks- keep your fire burning. Never surrender.
'Hook or crook' he snapped, coughed and grinned. 'What you really need here is a working DCA bulb, buddy. But please rewind this old IBM film for me. I'm pooped. That means exhausted. Go look it up in the dictionary idiot. bye.
Remember me Jane? My name is, 'NAGRA.' My picture is above, and I am analog...
"in most circumstances lighting, framing, lenses, coloring, and other key factors are far more important than the camera itself. The more tools that you have in your kit (including your own working knowledge of the craft), the less you need to rely on having a more powerful camera to save you in tough situations. But sometimes when you're gearing up for a shoot and you know things are going to be challenging enough as it is, it's worth going out and renting/borrowing a more appropriate cinema camera that will allow you to have a bit more wiggle room on set, even if it isn't the easiest choice to make."
Wow, that's a big 'camera lens' picture! You should clean it.
I got a parking ticket from an officer named, 'Britton Butters.' Totally worth it!
But, Butter and Britton have, I mean has, absolutely NOTHING (all caps here.) to do with this picture of some old lady with her pooch at the post office. Not sure why it's here. But...here it is! (Bye dawgy).