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Reads tagged with “film”

Global Collaborative Film: life.turns.
Global Collaborative Film: life.turns.

What 1205 strangers have to do with Gmail, virtual zoetropes and the anatomy of walking.

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HAPPY: A Documentary
HAPPY: A Documentary

From swamps to slums and why owning nothing can mean having everything.

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5 ½ Werner Herzog Gems
5 ½ Werner Herzog Gems

Monkey philosophy, literary incongruity, and what eating a shoe reveals about the state of contemporary culture.

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One Designer, Two Designer: Vintage Australian Animation
One Designer, Two Designer: Vintage Australian Animation

Tea cups, cavemen and why consumer research is doing design a disservice.

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Postcards to Alphaville: A Love Letter to Film
Postcards to Alphaville: A Love Letter to Film

Sketching Woody Allen, or what Sigourney Weaver has to do with watercolor.

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How To Be Alone
How To Be Alone

Dancing with yourself, how to talk to statues, and what squirrels have to do with love.

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More Shoes: A 5,000-Kilometer Dream Pursuit
More Shoes: A 5,000-Kilometer Dream Pursuit

From Madrid to Kiev, or what chasing a dream across time zones can teach us about aspiration.

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Animation Spotlight: The Films of Joaquin Baldwin
Animation Spotlight: The Films of Joaquin Baldwin

Changing the world through origami, or what voodoo has to do with windmill farms.

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13 Most Beautiful: Songs For Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests
13 Most Beautiful: Songs For Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests

From Nico to Sonic Boom, or what black-and-white silent film has to do with pop art.

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Opening Up the Hitchcock and Lang Archives
Opening Up the Hitchcock and Lang Archives

What silent film has to do with sci-fi classics and the democratization of media.

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