An exploration through a mysterious underwater world inspired by the forms and movement of sea life and micro organisms. Hybrid organic and synthetic creatures undulate and wander through heavy waters in concert with the cinematic soundtrack.
Monthly Archives: September 2010
The short “Echoes” enters the post-traumatic visions of an aging test pilot as he tries to cope with memories of the top secret supersonic aircraft development program which claimed the lives of many of his friends.
This week, Mexico commemorated the 200th anniversary of the beginning of its War of Independence. In September of 1810, a Mexican priest named Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla uttered a call to arms against the Spanish, later known as the Grito de Dolores (“Cry of Dolores”). Soon after began a series of battles with the Spanish [...]
For all the “Marley & Me’s” and “Beverly Hills Chihuahuas,” for all the Lassies and Benjis, there are almost no movies about cats. Untrainable, skittish and unpredictable beasts that they are, cats are a bust in Hollywood.
Running into problems when taking photographs over, and over again? Here’s a handy guide that will help you troubleshoot your problems, and improve your shots all at once!
Entrepreneur and VC Mark Suster believes that “in-person” teams are much more effective than those that collaborate remotely. Suster says that it’s hard for distributed teams to communicate effectively
On Saturday, I attended WISH 2010 in Tokyo (where I live) to see a total of 15 Japanese startups presenting their services onstage to a panel of judges and an audience of 550 people. The event was organized by online marketing company Agile Media Network.
Robbie Williams was in Blackpool last night to switch on the famous illuminations. A crowd of over 15,000 assembled to watch the Take That star turn on the lights, which will shine for 66 nights until November 7.
In January 2009, Hart premiered his new comedy special “I’m a Grown Little Man” on COMEDY CENTRAL. Recently he appeared in the Hollywood remake of “Death at a Funeral.” He also appeared in “Fool’s Gold” and “The 40 Year Old Virgin.”
The new Highway Code is full of many worthy and ethnically balanced tips for making the world a greener and safer place. You can’t smoke. You can’t leave your engine running unnecessarily. You can’t apply make-up if it’s been tested on cats.