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Reads tagged with “film”

The Sale of Manhattan: A Saul Bass Gem Circa 1962
The Sale of Manhattan: A Saul Bass Gem Circa 1962

What Saul Bass has to do with George W, or why Manhattan is worth $32 worth of junk jewelry.

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Earth Day The Reel Way
Earth Day The Reel Way

Just how stupid we really are, or what James Earl Jones and a giant humpback whale have in common.

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Creative Pause: Todd St. John & HunterGatherer
Creative Pause: Todd St. John & HunterGatherer

What preschoolers have to do with a dancing robot and Jack Johnson.

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Animation Gem: Brothers Grimm Meet Röyksopp
Animation Gem: Brothers Grimm Meet Röyksopp

What Grandma’s nutrition facts have to do with the aerodynamics of a retro Volkswagen van.

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Transform: The Journey to Creative Contentment
Transform: The Journey to Creative Contentment

Why the only thing that matters is that it shouldn’t matter.

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Film Spotlight: Paper Heart
Film Spotlight: Paper Heart

Decheesing love, or how Michael Cera went from cameo to Romeo in a never-signed-up-for-it way.

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The Housing Crisis in 3D
The Housing Crisis in 3D

What Donkey Kong has to do with the global economic landslide.

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The MacGuffin Library
The MacGuffin Library

The secret lives of props, or what Hitler and Mickey Mouse have in common.

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Interview with Chunnel.TV Founder Matthew Berman
Interview with Chunnel.TV Founder Matthew Berman

What Banksy, TED, and a global network of ad agencies have in common, or why the long tail is the shortest way to cultural revolution.

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The Secret Lives of Secret Places
The Secret Lives of Secret Places

What NYC rats have to do with Les Miserables, med school dropouts and photographic genius.

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