cinemanu:

Happy 35th birthday Heath

One of the great ones gone but remembered.

(via eye-contact)

hitrecordjoe:

VOICE OVER ARTISTS & PERFORMERS: RECord VO’s or Performances of Poems from THIS COLLAB and CONTRIBUTE HERE

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ALL ARTISTS & JAPANOPHILES: Contribute all of your art & ideas regarding the Japanese culture so we can develop all kinds of projects together. CONTRIBUTE HERE

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Come Work w/ Us!

To the makers of (today): 

Time to Repurpose (to Cinema):

From, I think, one of the finest directors working today, Kore-eda Hirokazu. This is a wonderful tribute in homage to almost all of the feature films he’s done up until “Air Doll” (2009). Since then, he’s made a mini-series, a documentary short about Fukushima, and helped bring about two more movies, “Kiseki’ and “Like Father, Like Son” (which I was fortunate enough to see premiere at the Chicago International Film Festival), all incredible in their own right. He most consistently deals with family matters wherein he focuses the camera on each individual involved, exposing a quiet fragility that otherwise goes unnoticed by the veil of being assimilated into a group. As Ozu Yasujiro once did, he looks at how people are when wound together and then in their more private lives. He exposes their stitching, how each fiber is woven in and out, how it stays and frays. At the lack of narration to guide introspective thought, dissatisfied silences and longing stares are often all that is expressed in a character’s most personal moments, when they are left to themselves. In his films, no side character is less significant or shallower than the protagonist(s) who is (are) no more special or important but whose depth has simply been chosen to be explored.

More on him later. 

thedailylaughs:

Even broken things can still be beautiful. [via]

We’re all broken, here.

(via lunarix)

“Relax. You will become an adult. You will figure out your career. You will find someone who loves you. You have a whole lifetime; time takes time. The only way to fail at life is to abstain.”
— Johanna de Silentio  (via shake-off-your-inner-demons)

(via lunarix)

tmbgareok:

You have time to do this RIGHT!  Enter TMBGs Am I Awake? VIDEO CONTEST!
3 exceptional creators get $1000 each! Judged by Judge John Hodgman!
Attention: Directors! Animators! Motion Graphics Designers! Puppeteers! Claymationers! Powerpoint people! YOU! ALL MEDIUMS ARE WELCOME! Originality is a MUST!
Hear Am I Awake? at soundcloud right here https://soundcloud.com/they-might-be-giants/am-i-awake
then go to www.tmbg.com for the rules and uploading info! GET OFF THE SCREENS AND BE CREATIVE!

tmbgareok:

You have time to do this RIGHT!
Enter TMBGs Am I Awake? VIDEO CONTEST!

3 exceptional creators get $1000 each! Judged by Judge John Hodgman!

Attention: Directors! Animators! Motion Graphics Designers! Puppeteers! Claymationers! Powerpoint people! YOU! ALL MEDIUMS ARE WELCOME! Originality is a MUST!

Hear Am I Awake? at soundcloud right here https://soundcloud.com/they-might-be-giants/am-i-awake

then go to www.tmbg.com for the rules and uploading info!
GET OFF THE SCREENS AND BE CREATIVE!

“Time and silence are the most luxurious things today.”
— Tom Ford  (via wolf-cub)

(via the-plants-have-spoken)

pivottv:

“HITRECORD ON TV is a refreshing new approach to television that should not be missed. You will be instantly immersed in the work that the incredibly talented online community creates and you might even be motivated to fire up HitRECord.org and contribute something of your own to the process.” - Time Out Chicago  
READ HERE

All in favor for all those who made this so.

pivottv:

HITRECORD ON TV is a refreshing new approach to television that should not be missed. You will be instantly immersed in the work that the incredibly talented online community creates and you might even be motivated to fire up HitRECord.org and contribute something of your own to the process.” - Time Out Chicago  

READ HERE

All in favor for all those who made this so.

(via hitrecord)