In Why 3D doesn’t work and never will. Case closed, Roger Ebert prints a letter from Walter Murch explaining why 3D cinema doesn’t work. I’m not a fan, but I can’t say I’m convinced Murch will convince the studios and manufacturers. I believe (non-paying) customers will, though.
Our lives are just a bunch of moments. From the fine folks who brought you Words. Moments from Everynone on Vimeo. Moments on Devour.com. Total thanks to Shelley for tweeting this.
I went googling for something or other and one of the links was to this. Timothy McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: McSweeney’s Recommends. I regained my sense of time after several minutes, and had only scrolled about a third of the page. This is a huge list of podcasts, books, movies, foods, music, experiences, and ideas. You’ll […]
30 Best Blogs of 2009 – Fimoculous.com. Like I’ll have the time to go and actually read these. I want to, but I have to get stuff done, too.
Interview with DAVID SIMON in Vice Magazine. Thanks to JD for the link.
Film treasures of Europe available online: This French Life
No time to add a comment right now, but I found this article, Cuts in movies, and their impact on memory, very interesting.
Spiritual Cinema Circle For the Spirituality In Our Daily Lives class, we’re viewing and discussing short films from the Spiritual Cinema Circle, a subscription service that sends a DVD with four movies on it – shorts and features, comedies, dramas, documentaries. I haven’t yet watched more than a few of the shorts, looking for some […]
Westerns, Noirs, and Sci-Fi, Oh My! | MetaFilter I hate the title of this thread on Metafilter, but it links to three lists from Chicago Reader’s Jonathan Rosenbaum at DVDBeaver.
‘American Movie Critics’ – The New York Times Book Review – New York Times Clive James on American critics through the first century of movies. Seems he doesn’t like theorists….