The Marginalian
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Reads tagged with “film”

Duelity: Earth’s Story, Split Down the Middle
Duelity: Earth’s Story, Split Down the Middle

Darwin vs. the General Organization of Development labs, or why truth comes in pairs.

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Brain-picking CurrentTV’s Max Lugavere & Jason Silva
Brain-picking CurrentTV’s Max Lugavere & Jason Silva

The art of wow, transcendent interconnectedness, and why science is a creative lubricant.

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Moving Minimalism: Solitary Confinement
Moving Minimalism: Solitary Confinement

What Iraqi oil and Swiss filmmaking have to do with the nature of creativity.

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Tim Burton’s MoMA Retrospective
Tim Burton’s MoMA Retrospective

What rotten eyeballs have to do with creative storytelling and the visual heritage of our era.

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Kubrick’s Napoleon: The Greatest Movie Never Made
Kubrick’s Napoleon: The Greatest Movie Never Made

Forty years of anticipation and how to almost-get an autograph from a cinematic icon.

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HBO City: Artisanal Animation Magic Circa 1983
HBO City: Artisanal Animation Magic Circa 1983

Craftsmanship lessons from the 80’s, or why 100 lightbulbs are putting Tim Burton to shame.

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Fresh Stuff from Michel Gondry
Fresh Stuff from Michel Gondry

Swarms of shiny happy people and some cinematic magic.

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The Interpretation
The Interpretation

Combining microbiology, minimalist music, and motion graphics, or how you can own original art for less than the price of a movie ticket.

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Social Justice with a Twist: Ctrl.Alt.Shift
Social Justice with a Twist: Ctrl.Alt.Shift

Blurring the boundaries between activism, advertisement, and art, or how you can get hand grenades to hang on your Christmas tree.

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Ed Emberley’s Make a World: The Film
Ed Emberley’s Make a World: The Film

What alligators from 1972 have to do with the visual culture of modern design.

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