Essay, lecture or criticism from a particular point of view in a video/film/tv format
Video Essay Link: https://youtu.be/hHAwW_CWIiMExploring the tragic beauty through which Paul Thomas Anderson depicts his characters.Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic:Silver Linings, Hendyamps Studios (2020) Music by Blue Dot SessionsCasecoSals PlaceUncertain GroundSources/References:https://themaneater.com/paul-thomas-anderson-the-king-of-broken-characters-and-immersive-period-pieces/https://nofilmschool.com/2017/03/watch-pt-anderson-and-search-purposehttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/356578789_THE_CHARACTERS_OF_PAUL_THOMAS_ANDERSONhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMjQrXvcKnchttps://pilerats.com/written/light-easy/cinepile-5-underrated-performances-in-the-films-of-paul-thomas-anderson/https://www.bookforum.com/print/2704/paul-thomas-anderson-thrives-in-toxic-hollywood-24260https://www.thefilmagazine.com/where-to-start-paul-thomas-anderson/
Video Essay Link: https://youtu.be/JLXz7iJtjtUExploring how food is depicted in cinemaLinks:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic:Silver Linings, Hendyamps Studios (2020) Music by Blue Dot SessionsLeptiasSources/References:https://www.academia.edu/44358709/THE_CONNECTION_BETWEEN_FOOD_AND_CINEMAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxp_JEjyh2Ehttps://erajournal.co.uk/thoughts/food-on-film/https://www.tcs.cam.ac.uk/food-in-film-and-tv-the-importance-of-eating/https://thenewgastronome.com/animating-the-alimentary/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7WEfAjbHy0https://www.varsity.co.uk/film-and-tv/23782https://www.t4.ai/industry/fast-food-market-sharehttps://www.voxmagazine.com/food/food-films-2020/article_ab1adb6c-7a9f-11ea-80ec-13a373367772.htmlhttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/313810384_Celluloid_Flavours_A_Brief_History_of_Food_in_Film
Video Essay Link: https://youtu.be/JLXz7iJtjtUExploring Bong Joon-ho's Unmistakable Directorial RhythmLinks:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsVernouilletHotel CalafatLa TrogaRosino ReverieSources/References:https://filmustage.com/blog/the-mastery-of-transnational-directing/https://www.slashfilm.com/862611/when-bong-joon-ho-is-behind-the-camera-nothing-is-left-up-to-chance/https://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20200214000536https://walkerart.org/magazine/bong-joon-ho-dialoguehttps://www.alphavillejournal.com/Issue5/HTML/ReviewMellamphy.html
In a special movie review episode, Ryan is joined by two of his closest friends and colleagues for another movie review! Returning to the show are television writer and filmmaker, Andrew Sanford, and actor/producer, Nick Westemeyer. The three discuss John Carpenter's 1982 classic sci-fi/horror film, "The Thing." Considering this film had somehow eluded Ryan as both a filmmaker and UFO researcher, it was about damn time he finally sat down to watch it. Join Ryan, Andrew, and Nick as they navigate their way through this cult-classic film where nothing is quite as it seems... and nobody and noTHING can be trusted as an alien threat invades not from above, but from within! Follow Nick Westemeyer on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/NwestemeyerFollow Andrew Sanford on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/SanfordMinusSonWatch Dennis Cahlo's Video Essay on "The Thing": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhZ1MmwrbAI&t=24sPatreon: www.patreon.com/somewhereskiesWebsite: www.somewhereintheskies.comYouTube Channel: CLICK HEREBook your Cameo video with Ryan at: https://bit.ly/3kwz3DOOfficial Store: CLICK HEREBuy Somewhere in the Skies coffee! Use promo code: SOMEWHERESKIES10 to get 10% off your order: https://bit.ly/3rmXuapOrder Ryan's book in paperback, ebook, or audiobook: https://amzn.to/3PmydYCTik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ryansprague51Twitter: @SomewhereSkiesInstagram: @SomewhereSkiesPodRead Ryan's Articles by CLICKING HEREWatch Mysteries Decoded for free at: https://bit.ly/3rJpbd7Opening Theme Song, "Ephemeral Reign" by Per KiilstofteCopyright © 2023 Ryan Sprague. All rights reserved.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/somewhere-in-the-skies. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Die deutsche Filmgeschichte wurde letztes Jahr um ein neues Kapitel erweitert. Edward Bergers Netflix-Film IM WESTEN NICHTS NEUES geht als große Oscar-Hoffnung für Deutschland ins Rennen. Die Adaption des Romans von Erich Maria Remarque, der schon 1930 als ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT verfilmt wurde, ist ein echtes Spektakel. In diesem Special stellt sich Alper ganz brisante Fragen: Was fasziniert uns am Kriegsfilm? Was ist Propaganda? Warum war IM WESTEN NICHTS NEUES vor hundert Jahren genauso erfolgreich wie die Neu-Adaption heute? Wie sah die Filmlandschaft vor einem Jahrhundert aus? Wurde authentisch von den Frontlinien berichtet? Oder waren die Filme, die die Familienangehörigen der Soldaten zu sehen bekamen, Waffen der Lüge? Damit ein herzliches Willkommen zu einem neuen Video-Essay hier auf CINEMA STRIKES BACK! Soundtrack des Videos: Volker Bertelmann - Uniform Hans Zimmer, Gavin Greenaway - The Lagoon Hans Zimmer, Gavin Greenaway - The Village Hans Zimmer, Gavin Greenaway - Journey to the Line Elbert Strauss - Hindenburg Marsch Hans Zimmer, Gavin Greenaway - Stone In My Heart John Williams - Susan Speaks Hans Zimmer, Gavin Greenaway - The Coral Atoll Hans Zimmer, Gavin Greenaway - Light Volker Bertelmann - All Quiet On The Western Front alt-J - The Actor John Williams - Omaha Beach Quellen: Köln im Film. Kinos im Krieg: https://www.koeln-im-film.de/filmgeschichte/film-und-kino-im-ersten-weltkrieg/kinos-im-krieg Anne & Joachim Paech: Menschen im Kino. Film und Literatur erzählen. arte Edition. Verlag JB Metzler. Stuttgart 2000. Ian Haydn Smith: A Chronology of Film. A Cultural Timeline from the Magic Lantern to the Digital Screen. Thames and Hudson. London 2021. Filmportal.de: Das deutsche Kino und der Erste Weltkrieg. https://www.filmportal.de/videos?field_video_title_value=&field_video_thema_target_id%5B689%5D=689 und https://www.filmportal.de/thema/das-deutsche-kino-und-der-erste-weltkrieg European Film Gateway. EFG1914 Projekt. https://www.europeanfilmgateway.eu/de/content/efg1914-projekt Adrian Smith & Michael Hammond. The Great War and the Moving Image. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. Volume 35, Issue 4. 2015. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01439685.2015.1096660 The Battle of the Somme (British Topical War Films, UK, 1916); restored and rereleased by the Imperial War Museum on DVD in 2008. Moderation & Redaktion: Alper Turfan Kamera, Ton & Schnitt: Patrik Hochnadel #kriegsfilm #film Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cinemastrikesback/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/csb_de Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/CSB_DE/ Cinema Strikes Back gehört zu #funk. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/funkofficial Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/funk TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@funk Website: https://go.funk.net https://go.funk.net/impressum
Revel Keats Ross chats with dear friends Luxa Strata of the Lux Occult Podcast, Sam Shadow of Shadowzone Productions & JJ of Reine De Blanc about the various works created and casted in 2022 while howling into 2023. … HAUNT ON2022-2023 HAUNTOMANCY ∴ Luxa Strata, Sam Shadow, JJ Reine De Blanc, Revel Ross ∴ PRAGMAGICK
Video Essay Link: https://youtu.be/wW7EpxPbthMExploring the otherworldly world design and visual beauty of The Tragedy of Macbeth (2022).Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsTell What You KnowOn the HourOur Ears, DeceiversOther Music:Tartini-Violin Sonata in G minor Devil's Trill SonataSources/References:https://ascmag.com/articles/the-tragedy-of-macbethhttps://www.archdaily.com/975286/the-environments-needed-to-be-abstracted-stefan-dechant-on-the-tragedy-of-macbethhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qshtrQIpTdIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJAL_hThTVwhttps://www.widewalls.ch/magazine/gego-lgdrhttps://theartling.com/en/artzine/famous-abstract-art/
Video Essay Link: https://youtu.be/--GEcMXrXesAnalyzing Danish Painter Carl Bloch's Fourth Wall Breaking Masterpiece; In a Roman OsteriaPaintings:In a Roman Osteria: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_a_Roman_Osteria#/media/File:Carl_Bloch_-_In_a_Roman_Osteria_-_Google_Art_Project.jpgMarstrand's Italian Osteria Scene: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_a_Roman_Osteria#/media/File:Italian_Osteria_Scene,_Girl_welcoming_a_Person_entering,_by_Wilhelm_Marstrand_-_Ny_Carlsberg_Glyptotek_-_Copenhagen_-_DSC09271.JPGLinks:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsCover LetterSong at the End of TimesKalstedInventioSources/References:https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/in-a-roman-osteria/QAFizpSvU6qx6g?hl=enhttps://www.smk.dk/en/highlight/in-a-roman-osteria-1866/https://www.carlbloch.org/https://www.wikiart.org/en/carl-blochhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_a_Roman_Osteriahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian_Osteria_Scene,_Girl_welcoming_a_Person_entering#/media/File:Italian_Osteria_Scene,_Girl_welcoming_a_Person_entering,_by_Wilhelm_Marstrand_-_Ny_Carlsberg_Glyptotek_-_Copenhagen_-_DSC09271.JPGhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3kL5cdXUtAhttps://vangoyourself.com/paintings/in-a-roman-osteria/https://www.the-artinspector.com/post/bloch-in-a-roman-osteria
An in-depth review of a 90 minute youtube video essay about the Disney Channel Theme Song~~~Support Haus of Decline on Patreon!Visit hausofdecline.comNostalgia is fleeting, but @hausofdecline is forever Please email complaints, suggestions, or requests to email@example.com Thank you for listening.Explicit Content Warning. You WERE warned. That's what the little E signifies. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Today's episode features the fifth conversation between Chloé Galibert-Laîné, Kevin B. Lee and Johannes Binotto, recorded as part of the final exhibition of Filmexplorer's Video Essay Gallery, “Re-Inhabiting the Image.” Filmexplorer, a publication based in Switzerland, invited Chloé, Kevin, and Johannes to each curate video essays centered on various themes. Exhibition five will be available to watch on the Filmexplorer website until November 30, 2022. Episode topics include: "A video essay can express a form of embodiment that does not require the image of the body. The last selection of video essays lets emerge sensuality, where the sense of touching seems to prevail and challenge the image layer. Is this a way to re-inhabit the image? Does the haptic feature of film recall the physical dimension of early cinema?" A special thanks to the Filmexplorer team, Giuseppe Di Salvatore and Ruth Baettig, for this collaboration. Support the podcast on Patreon. Follow the show on Twitter. Learn more at the pod's website. Get the free newsletter. This show is hosted, produced, and edited by Will DiGravio. Emily Su Bin Ko is the show's associate producer. Music via Free Music Archive: [here] and [here].
Exploring Jean-Luc Godard's New Wave of French cinema.Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsPlum KingCapreseWarm FingersSources/References:http://www.newwavefilm.com/french-new-wave-encyclopedia/jean-luc-godard.shtmlhttps://www.euronews.com/culture/2022/09/18/the-french-new-wave-how-jean-luc-godard-pioneered-a-revolution-in-cinemahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0R7R0JHvvgohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-hA0OjAEMAhttps://slate.com/news-and-politics/2010/06/how-jean-luc-godard-s-breathless-reinvented-the-movies.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kek2OPIHU4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hByqKHyiTK0
Today's episode features the fourth of five conversations between Chloé Galibert-Laîné, Kevin B. Lee and Johannes Binotto, recorded as part of the fourth exhibition of Filmexplorer's Video Essay Gallery, “Technopresence.” Filmexplorer, a publication based in Switzerland, invited Chloé, Kevin, and Johannes to each curate video essays centered on various themes. Exhibition four will be available to watch on the Filmexplorer website until October 30, 2022. Episode topics include: "Is the body ghostly present in the technological use and representation? How can we embody the technology of video essays? How much technology guides the subject's choices, and so displace our focus from the subject to society and its dynamics? But also: how much do the technological choices of the video essayist reveal her/his authorship? Is a technological tool intrinsically open to unexpected uses? How important and destabilising is it to show the archaeology of media in video essays? Can videography as such be seen as a technology?" A special thanks to the Filmexplorer team, Giuseppe Di Salvatore and Ruth Baettig, for this collaboration. Listen to Episode One here and Episode Two here and Episode Three here.
In this week's episode, we are going to be focusing on Stephen King. Stephen King was born in Portland Maine and is definitely the most famous person from Maine. In today's episode, we will focus on his upbringing and the events that made him who he is! Stephen King attended the University of Maine where he met his wife Tabitha. Together they have donated to a tremendous amount of charities. Of course, Stephen King is of course known for his horror literature and film adaptations, so in this video, we will really dive into how he became such an amazing author and Maine legend. Let us know your favorite Stephen King story or fact in the comments below, and remember if you Make Maine Your Home, you don't have to do it alone! View the blog post on my website... To checkout listings all over southern Maine visit: https://www.makemaineyourhome.realestate/ Check out our Facebook: www.Facebook.com/MakeMaineYourHome You can listen to the audio podcast on any podcast app. Just search for Make Maine Your Home. Be sure to subscribe, like, share and tell your friends. To contact Doug you can call or text to 207-838-5593, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or check out http://www.MakeMaineYourHome.com. 00:00-00:41 Focus on Stephen King00:41-01:47 Stephen King's History 01:47-02:15 Stephen King at USM Oreno 02:15-03:30 Stephen King writer 03:21-04:06 Stephen King today
Exploring the singular wacky Twilight World of Ultimate Smoothness and the power of obscure media.Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsHickory InterludeCalgary Sweeps
Today's episode features the third of five conversations between Chloé Galibert-Laîné, Kevin B. Lee and Johannes Binotto, recorded as part of the third exhibition of Filmexplorer's Video Essay Gallery, “(Dis)possessions.” Filmexplorer, a publication based in Switzerland, invited Chloé, Kevin, and Johannes to each curate video essays centered on various themes. Episode topics include: "Does the viewer possess the film or does the film possess the viewer? Is the viewer's experience of dispossession nothing but the dissociation that is generated by film editing? Does this dissociation amount to the consciousness of using a medium??" A special thanks to the Filmexplorer team, Giuseppe Di Salvatore and Ruth Baettig, for this collaboration. Listen to Episode One here and Episode Two here.
Post von Paul abbonnieren: https://postvonpaul.substack.com Einen tollen Samstagmorgen aus Düsseldorf. Ich hab mal wieder ne maximierte Ereignisdichte hinter mir, aber freue mich, dir heute ein wenig aus meinem Leben zu berichten und was ich so interessantes in diesem Internet gefunden habe. Nach dem letzten Newsletter ging es sonntagnachts zurück nach Deutschland, genau genommen nach Koeln-Bonn, Ankunft 02:20, ab in ein Airport-Hotel namens Moxy, am nächsten Morgen mit Mietwagen nach Darmstadt zu Petko, dann nach Eislingen zu Karo Kauer, dann nach Freiburg zur nächsten Folge AWFNR, dann über Eislingen und Laichingen nach München zum Oktoberfest, und heute über Heidelberg nach Düsseldorf. Wenn Du genaueres über die letzten Tage erfahren willst höre Dir bitte die Audio-Datei an, die ich übrigens heute auch mal auf AWFNR packe, mal schauen wie sich das so anfühlt. Auf jeden Fall ist dies eine letzte deutsche ‘Post von Paul' bevor es für mich nächste Woche wieder zurück nach Newport Beach geht. **WHAT'S UP** Diese Woche hatte ich bei AWFNR: https://overcast.fm/+pO6Z2nAWs?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email) die einfach tolle – und nach ihrem Rücktritt mit noch mehr Energie und Charme am Mikrofon redende – Andrea Petkovic (https://www.instagram.com/andreapetkovici/?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email) zu Gast. Wir haben über ihr Karriereende, Pickleball und vieles anderes geredet. Bei den Städten des Südens (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SF0hSrCuAs&ab_channel=UrlaubslandBW) war ich mit schickem Smoking im Casino von Baden-Baden. Dort habe ich gelernt, wie man Croupier an einem Roulettetisch wird. Rien ne vas plus. In der Folge 8 von Vitamin W (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eUFbs4h8M0&ab_channel=WW_Deutschland) zeigen wir dir einige Achsamkeitsübungen, oder Mindfulness wie es etwas cooler auf Englisch heißt. **WHAT'S ON** Der Comedian Patton Oswalt, den man auch als Schauspieler (Seinfeld & King of Queens) und Stimme von Ratatouille kennt, hat diese Woche sein neues Standup Special bei Netflix (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tc_35PF_uwM&ab_channel=Netflix) rausgebracht. Es geht ums Altern, was alles wehtut und warum ihn Tony Hawk angerufen hat. Ein wirklich schönen Film (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4juSAp9jQjA&ab_channel=CaseyNeistat), oder fast ein Video-Essay hat Casey Neistat diese Woche veröffentlicht. Es ist ein Liebesbrief an New York, denn nach fünf Jahren in Kalifornien zieht er wieder zurück in den Big Apple. **WHAT'S INTERESTING** YouTube hat diese Woche einige News für Creators bekannt gegeben (https://blog.youtube/news-and-events/supporting-the-next-wave-of-creative-entrepreneurs/?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email). Am spannendsten und sicher erwartetsten ist dabei, dass Google den Geldbeutel aufmacht und ihr Shorts-Format pusht um TikTok das Wasser abzugraben. Ich werde da in Zukunft Ripkytchen platzieren, schau mer mal wie reich ich damit werde ;-) Der fiktive Fußballtrainer Ted Lasso ist nicht nur bei den Emmys sondern ab dem 30. September mit seinem fiktivem Team Richmond FC auch bei FIFA23 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUamiLX6gp4&ab_channel=EASPORTSFIFA). Ziemlich schlaue Marketingaktion von EA Sports und Apple. Noch schlauer von Apple: Nachdem Pepsi als Super Bowl Halbzeitsponsor abgesprungen ist wird ab nächstem Februar die Halbzeitperformance des größten Fernsehereignisses des Jahren von Apple Music präsentiert (https://www.nfl.com/_amp/nfl-introduces-the-apple-music-super-bowl-halftime-show?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email) Zum einen passt das ja gut und das Paurakel sagt auch, dass das ein erstes Zeichen ist das Apple auch sehr interessiert sein wird, die NFL Fernsehrechte für das Sunday Ticket zu übernehmen. Mark my words. Wer kennt es nicht: Da plant man seine Villa und ist sich unsicher wo im Billardzimmer welche Wand gezogen werden soll und ob die Spüle da rechts oder hier links am besten in den Workflow passt. Das Startup Allura hat einfach Insdustriehallen gemiete
Video Link: https://youtu.be/XuXBf8dquHUExploring the level of resilience required to maintain love while under fascist turmoil in the 6th issue of V for Vendetta (1982).Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsGambrelLunetteOrder of EntranceDolly and Pad
Video Link: https://youtu.be/709Il0RtrdU Exploring the quiet beauty of Eastward (2021) and my personal history with games like it.Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic:The Past (Royalty Free) - 8 Bit Lofi Hip Hop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNjHyUnBYLMSongs from the Eastward OST: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJTulPeUwtP-dqMI07VK7dQEastwardGame OverIsland EsterTaleIron Carbine
A David Lynch film in the first 5 of a series about cult movies. Did we wait too long? Video Essay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeQkzcarxaI E-mail us email@example.com Follow us on Twitter: @jameswill0x @carolyndunk93
Today's episode features a conversation with Barbara Zecchi, a feminist film scholar, critic, festival curator, and video essayist. Barbara has published and lectured extensively on European and Latin American cinemas, women filmmakers, feminist film theory, adaptation theory, gender and aging studies, videographic criticism, and on the use of technology in the humanities. Since 2016 she has served as Associate Member of The Film Academy of Spain (Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España). Will and Emily chat with Barbara about a number of topics, including her background and videographic origin story, the GynoCine Project, the "accented" video essay, and several of Barbara's own works. We focus specifically on Barbara's recent video, "Filling (Feeling) the Archival Void: the case of Helena Cortesina's Flor de España." Barbara, who is a professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, also discusses the upcoming conference, "Theory and Practice of the Video-Essay: an International Conference on Videographic Criticism." [2:03] - Barbara's Origin Story [4:55] - Artists and video essayists who influenced Barbara's own work [9:20] - Discussion of Barbara's early videographic and other moving image works [16:18] - The GynoCine Project [19:55] - Videographic Criticism at UMass [23:15] - The Accented Video Essay [37:25] - "Filling (Feeling) the Archival Void: the case of Helena Cortesina's Flor de España" [1:10:00] - A Videographic Book? [1:11:30] - ""Theory and Practice of the Video-Essay: an International Conference on Videographic Criticism." Support the podcast on Patreon. Follow the show on Twitter. Learn more at the pod's website. Get the free newsletter. Music access via Free Music Archive here and here.
Today's episode features the second of five conversations between Chloé Galibert-Laîné, Kevin B. Lee and Johannes Binotto, recorded as part of the second exhibition of Filmexplorer's Video Essay Gallery, “Online Affects”. Filmexplorer, a publication based in Switzerland, invited Chloé, Kevin, and Johannes to each curate video essays centered on various themes. This second exhibition is available on the Filmexplorer website until July 16, 2022. Works discussed include: Distant Feeling(s) #9 by Annie Abrahams and Daniel Pinheiro One Thousand and One Attempts to Be an Ocean by Wang Yuyan How to Perform Teaching During a Pandemic Spring Session, 2020: GENDER STUDIES, Rain & Cats Cut by Dayna McLeod Episode topics include: "Are affects more than just the expression of pure subjectivity? What happens when we do not know how to watch? What do watching experimental films and watching video essays have in common? How should we understand the performance of watching?" A special thanks to the Filmexplorer team, Giuseppe Di Salvatore and Ruth Baettig, for this collaboration. Listen to the first episode, on "Home Positions," here. Support the podcast on Patreon. Follow the show on Twitter. Learn more at the pod's website. Get the free newsletter. This show is hosted, produced, and edited by Will DiGravio. Emily Su Bin Ko is the show's associate producer. Music via Free Music Archive: [here] and [here].
Video Link: https://youtu.be/kc3SzJveKwQExploring troubled kings, mythical cities, and the power of dreams in The Sandman Issue 50: Ramadan, by Neil Gaiman.Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsNight LightReferences/Sources:http://sequart.org/magazine/18668/the-other-egg-of-the-phoenix-understanding-the-50th-issue-of-sandman/https://www.hoodedutilitarian.com/2011/10/just-a-thing-in-our-dream/http://arche-arc.blogspot.com/2019/01/mythcomics-ramadan-sandman-50-1993.htmlhttp://covenantarthistory.blogspot.com/2019/04/orientalism-portraying-east-as-exotic.htmlhttps://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2013/03/19/pers-m19.html
01:18 - Topic Portal - Good SC01:45 - New Drake Summer Album01:57 - We Predicted THIS!03:45 - Drake Dominated 1/4th the game04:41 - Anti Comercial05:08 - Drake Album Sound?08:19 - Artists sitting on music SC08:58 - Can you identify a hit song?10:39 - we can trust Drake11:20 - Drake Putting 24 on Album12:35 - GOOGLE AI Robot Alive13:30 - AI Question?15:44 - Ian AI Trait SC 16:50 - Reed don't project our position Short SC17:09 - Reed Ai like us SC17:33 - We're not afraid of AI SC20:25 - The World Was Crazy SC20:55 - What about Society today made us less savage SC22:50 - We are ancient humans23:50 - USA Teen Star26:18 - Communist College students27:18 - Family Identify Greatness28:02 - Reed Don't ask family for support 29:50 - Ian's Tattoos SC30:05 - Worst Tattoo you can get30:36 - Married vs tattoo SC31:08 - If you won't tattoo then don't get married SCCCC32:43 - what is the benefit of getting married SCCC34:10 - Reed I feel I have not worth without money SCCC36:35 - Ian not wanting to get married Scccc37:04 - Why do unmarried people look so good?38:30 - Reed Dating & Money41:40 - WRAPLIVE from the Metaverse
Watch the video essay here: https://youtu.be/kZKdPGQoqAk Get ready for the FIRST This is Revolution LIVE SHOW (in cooperation with @SublationMedia). PROJECT PARLOR, 742 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205 on June 26th 2022 – 3pm to 10pm. https://www.projectparlor.com/ About TIR Thank you for supporting the show! Remember to like and subscribe on YouTube. Also, consider supporting us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents Check out our official merch store at https://www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com/ Also follow us on... https://podcasts.apple.com/.../this-is.../id1524576360 www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/ Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland Follow the TIR Crüe on Twitter: @TIRShowOakland @djenebajalan @DrKuba2 @probert06 @StefanBertramL @MarcusHereMeow Read Jason: https://www.sublationmag.com/writers/jason-myles Read Pascal: https://www.newsweek.com/black-political-elite-serving... Follow www.sublationmag.com/
Today's episode features the first of five conversations between Chloé Galibert-Laîné, Kevin B. Lee and Johannes Binotto, recorded as part of the first exhibition of Filmexplorer's Video Essay Gallery, “Home Positions”. Filmexplorer, a publication based in Switzerland, invited Chloé, Kevin, and Johannes to each curate video essays centered on various themes. This first exhibition is available on the Filmexplorer website until June 12, 2022. Episode topics include: "home as the uncanny place of defamiliarization, discomfort in embodiment and memory, trusting the experimental and amateur approach as revelatory, video essay as post-cinematic experience, video-essay as opening the potentialities of cinema, video essay as another form of temporality and the role of community in defining video essay." A special thanks to the Filmexplorer team, Giuseppe Di Salvatore and Ruth Baettig, for this collaboration. Support the podcast on Patreon. Follow the show on Twitter. Learn more at the pod's website. Get the free newsletter. This show is hosted, produced, and edited by Will DiGravio. Emily Su Bin Ko is the show's associate producer. Music via Free Music Archive: [here] and [here].
Dr. Bruce Hutchinson is BACK in the 241 house to talk Luc Besson's "The Fifth Element". Starring Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman and Milla Jovovich, this sci-fi cult classic has endured much debate throughout the cinematic stratosphere, and the 241 crew is about to settle these disputes once and for all. Hit the jump to watch, leave a comment below and make sure to SUBSCRIBE and LIKE the channel!So blow on that rock thing, check around for other explosives and....what the hell is on Oldman's head? Never mind because it's time for some 241!To bother Bruce and learn about films things, follow him on:Instagram: @bdhutchTwitter: @bdhutchAlso, for the central hub of everything 241, check out our website!LINK: https://www.241studios.comWant to write in to the show and have us directly answer your questions? Click the link below and leave us a message!LINK: http://bit.ly/241mailFollow us on:Instagram: @241_studiosTwitter: @241_studiosFacebook: @241productionTikTok: @241studiosTwitch: twitch.tv/241studiosVero: @241studiosPinterest: @241studios
Video Essay Link: https://youtu.be/f92rkZaFlPsExploring the dynamic work of Archibald Motley, the greatest artist of the Harlem Renaissance.Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic:Cool Vibes by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com/Promoted by MrSnooze https://youtu.be/iYOvAO1rAM0License: CC BY 3.0 https://goo.gl/Yibru5I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com/Promoted by MrSnooze https://youtu.be/iYOvAO1rAM0License: CC BY 3.0 https://goo.gl/Yibru5Music by Blue Dot SessionsClouds at the GapCloudbankSnowmeltReferences/Sources:https://www.messynessychic.com/2018/01/09/he-painted-the-feverish-nights-of-the-harlem-renaissance/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6aWbNCugeAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-OYExFQGHshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWEA5qf8yIkhttps://www.theartstory.org/artist/motley-archibald/life-and-legacy/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archibald_Motleyhttps://www.wikiart.org/en/archibald-motleyhttps://collection.artbridgesfoundation.org/objects/8522/bronzeville-at-nighthttps://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/40645511.pdf?refreqid=excelsior%3A2929e963650c452b53b5bc5695b472cb&ab_segments=&origin=https://black-artists-in-the-museum.com/2018/02/14/archibald-motley-jr/https://www.culturetype.com/2018/05/11/archibald-motleys-favorite-painting-a-portrait-of-his-grandmother-has-entered-the-collection-of-the-national-gallery-of-art/
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The three curators Chloé Galibert-Laîné, Kevin B. Lee and Johannes Binotto discuss the three video essays that they have proposed for the first exhibition of Filmexplorer's Video Essay Gallery, “Home Positions”. «La position couchée», by Seumboy Vrainom :€ «Home When You Return», by Carl Elsaesser «Hinterlasse Spuren (Leaving Traces)», by Sara Čolić Among the topics of the discussion: home as the uncanny place of defamiliarization, discomfort in embodiment and memory, trusting the experimental and amateur approach as revelatory, video essay as post-cinematic experience, video-essay as opening the potentialities of cinema, video essay as another form of temporality and the role of community in defining video essay.
Most of the time, the technical aspects of a film go unnoticed in half-baked commercial films. Even though a movie like Bharat Ane Nenu has a decent plot and well-written characters, the film gets cliched and extremely commercial at times. But still, cinematographer Ravi K Chandran and writer-director Koratala Shiva used a motif to tell this larger-than-life tale effectively on the screen. Watch the video and let us know your thoughts! . . Written and Narrated by Charaen Jalagam . The political Philosophy of Bharat Ane Nenu by Praneeth Hanumanthu - https://youtu.be/DPsUheAf0gs . The Man And The masses by Cinema Kaburlu - https://youtu.be/l6CFXpe35_w All the footage and sound (film) belong to the righteous owner. No copyright infringement intended. #BharatAne Nenu #maheshbabu #koratalashiva #kiaraadvani #Video Essay Would you please subscribe and click the bell icon for further updates from us? You can follow us on: Instagram - https://instagram.com/the_celluloid?utm_medium=copy_link
we will be taking a closer look at the tropes and writing choices of Game over, which made it an interesting genre-defining film.
Exploring communication in Drive My Car (2021) directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi.Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsAwaiting an ArrivalI RecallReferences/Sources:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_movie#:~:text=The%20road%20film%20is%20a,journey%20rather%20than%20the%20goal.https://www.filmsite.org/roadfilms.htmlhttps://people.southwestern.edu/~bednarb/road-movies/articles/morris.pdfhttps://www.cinematary.com/writing/2022/1/3/drive-my-car-2021-by-ryusuke-hamaguchi
Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/cetuC4098R4Video essay exploring magician Ricky Jay's brilliant use of patter.Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsPinkySources/References:https://blog.magicshop.co.uk/2014/05/effective-magicians-patter-different-types-patter-within-magic-tricks.html#:~:text=Magicians%20Patter%20is%20the%20name,one%20or%20more%20different%20purposeshttps://www.altaonline.com/dispatches/a4688/the-pledge-the-turn-the-prestige/https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1993/04/05/secrets-of-the-magus
Watch on YouTube!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRH3c_wNUns Video Essay exploring cigarette cool in Rebel Without a Cause, The Maltese Falcon, Goodfellas, and many more. Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsDetailingSources/References:Video on Cigarettes in movies by PlumLite: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUhVml6h7x8https://www.reddit.com/r/TrueFilm/comments/8h4nx4/cigarette_smoking_in_film/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvcF_1dWsFc
Saya rewatched Goblin for the dozenth time and pulled Paroma into a discussion of our deep love for a story that also has so many elements we feel conflicted on. Dive in with your SPOILER hats on. Also, don't forget to tell us which shows you've decided to pick up! DM on https://www.instagram.com/dramasoverflowers_/ (Insta) or https://twitter.com/dramasoverflow (Twitter)! Or leave a comment on our blog for this episode! Paroma's Video Essay on Toxic 1000 year old Gumihos: https://youtu.be/xjZSWDz5Zuo (CLICK) MORE EPISODES YOU'LL LIKE: Episode 126: https://player.captivate.fm/episode/1c25860d-e125-4718-9486-3cae7b4c56da (The Long Yak) Episode 122: https://player.captivate.fm/episode/ad94f787-f4c3-42ed-9743-bf85c840c7ac (Our 2021 Annual Awards) THANK YOU to our beloved patrons for being our best support system! NEWSLETTER: https://mailchi.mp/da35d1e06207/dramas-over-flowers-newsletter (Join our email list) for the monthly newsletter with podcast announcements and special episodes! SOCIAL: Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/dramasoverflow (@dramasoverflow) and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dramasoverflowers_/ (@dramasoverflowers_). Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.patreon.com/dramasoverflowers (Support us on Patreon), by leaving a review on Apple podcasts, or simply by telling your friends! ❤︎ This episode was edited by Saya and (a tiny bit by) Paroma Dramas Over Flowers is part of the https://frolic.media/podcasts/ (Frolic Podcast Network).
About TIR Thank you, guys, again for taking the time to check this out. We appreciate each and every one of you. If you have the means, and you feel so inclined, BECOME A PATRON! We're creating patron-only programming, you'll get bonus content from many of the episodes, and you get MERCH! Become a patron now: www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents Please also like, subscribe, and follow us on these platforms as well, especially YouTube! THANKS Y'ALL YouTube: www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast Twitch: www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast & www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets Facebook: www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/ Twitter: @TIRShowOakland Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland Pascal Robert in Newsweek: www.newsweek.com/black-political-…-opinion-1652384 Get THIS IS REVOLUTION Merch here: www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com Get the music featured on the show here: bitterlakeoakland.bandcamp.com/ Follow Djene Bajalan @djenebajalan Follow Kuba Wrzesniewski @DrKuba2
Rod and Kale talk about the war in the context of the Anglo and Chinese polarity and the West's demand to be moral versus the Chinese demand to be obeyed. Why does the West have Billionaires, but Russia has Oligarchs? They go on to discuss the fragility of civilizational networks and the fragility of global economics. Will Twitter spark World War III? Lindsey Graham's takes to twitter and calls on a would-be Brutus. They go on to discuss technology and a post-human future, the logic of transhumanism, and John the Savage. They close on a discussion of Russian art and moral panic, and the simplified scripts we use to make sense of the complex world. Links: Orban Interview: https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/viktor-orban-interview-mandiner/ Fifth Column Taibbi episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/348-w-matt-taibbi-richard-perle-in-new-jersey-putin/id1097696129?i=1000552854933 Aaron Renn on Gen Xers: https://aaronrenn.substack.com/p/generation-x-finally-steps-into-the?r=57as1&s=r&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=email Matthew Crawford: http://www.matthewbcrawford.com/new-page-1-1 Helena's Substack: https://lacroicsz.substack.com/p/by-any-other-name?s=r Paul Kingsnorth: https://emergencemagazine.org/fiction/the-basilisk/ Kale's article "Things Are Broken": https://onepeterfive.com/things-are-broken-we-need-to-upgrade-our-sense-making-apparatus/ Scruton's Video Essay: https://vimeo.com/549715999
Today's episode begins with perhaps the most important news in show history: Emily Su Bin Ko has joined The Video Essay Podcast as associate producer! The show starts with a conversation between Emily and Will and an introduction to Emily and her work. The episode also features a conversation with Jordan Schonig, a lecturer at SUNY Binghamton. Schonig's work is particularly interesting in the ways it bridges divides between academic and popular videographic criticism. In 2020, Schonig founded the YouTube channel, "Film & Media Studies with Jordan Schonig," which features lecture-style videos that sometime dip into the essayistic to explore concepts in Film and Media Studies. Schonig has also published academic video essays and is the author of the new book from Oxford University Press, The Shape of Motion: Cinema and the Aesthetics of Movement, which features audiovisual criticism in addition to the written text. We discuss his video, "The 'Wind in the Trees' from Early Cinema to Pixar," and Grace Lee's "What Isn't a Video Essay?" 0:00 - Introducing Emily Su Bin Ko 18:50 - Jordan Schonig's Origin Story 21:44 - A Brief Encounter 27:23 - Video Camp & Working With Pretty Images 35:55 - Creating Videographic Criticism as an Early Career Researcher 41:06 - Starting a YouTube Channel 53:56 – "Lev Manovich's 'What is Digital Cinema' and 'Compositing'" 1:02:47 – Deciding Whether to Upload a Work to Vimeo 1:06:55 – "The 'Wind in the Trees' from Early Cinema to Pixar" 1:21:20 - Zooming in On the Marginal 1:25:40 - "What Isn't a Video Essay?" Support the podcast on Patreon. Follow the show on Twitter. Learn more at the pod's website. Get the free newsletter. Music access via Free Music Archive here and here.
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Betty Whiteout. Plowsasaurus Rex. Ctrl Salt Delete. Believe it or not, these are some of the names of the new snowplows in Minnesota! Gracing the fleet of other winter service vehicles, these snowplows are leading the way for new paths just like co-hosts Lee and Charles in their overanalysis! Come inside from playing in the fresh snow and join us in the warm embrace as we chatter about Catcher in the Rye, Bon Iver, the cost of nova salmon, and so much more! Joining us at the end is writer, content creator, and plenipotentiary Wilson who delivers a healthy dollop of discussion from Freakonomics to Atul Gawande! Check out Wilson on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Kamimashita Watch Charles' Video Essay on the K-On Movie and director Naoko Yamada: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PsUjxzMDSo patreon.com/northernoverexposurepodcast Theme music by Matt Jackson Podcast Artwork by Lazerkitties instagram.com/lazerkitties Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify, and SoundCloud. write in: email@example.com twitter: twitter.com/NorthernOverPod
The Minute Kings Season: 1 Episode: 3 In this episode of The Minute Kings, we will be discussing the topic of: Black Representation. We talk about the many black role-models we see in life and entertainment to this day. We also discuss calls to actions that our community doesn't hear about too often such as encouraging community members to participate in events like Carnival and Afropunkfest. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theminutekings/ Website: https://www.theminutekings.com Twitter & IG: @theminutekings Links: Black Media Breakdown #4: How Issa Rae writes black men : Video Essay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmUfzJqSOMI&list=PLMyDjibzkZIIqmle-eT27_Ktil-sAEaG4&index=4 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/minute-kings/support
This episode's esteemed guest is I Am Error, essayist that makes videos that are too good and does it too fast. Dark and Zolti talk with Error about their video The Invisible Tutorial of Ocarina of Time. They discuss game design elements, the importance of tutorials, and games as a concept! An episode for big brains, this one.
Today's episode features a conversation with Dr. Tracy Cox-Stanton (Savannah College of Art & Design) and Dr. Allison de Fren (Occidental College), two leading videographic scholars who recently co-edited an issue of the online journal The Cine-Files dedicated to the scholarly video essay. Our conversation centers on the creation of the issue, what they hope the issue contributes to the field's understanding of the scholarly video essay, and how the scholarly video essay differs from other forms of videographic criticism. The episode also features the first part of a conversation between host Will DiGravio and Shant Bayramian, a Netherlands-based video essayist who runs the YouTube channel, The Audiovisual Essayist. The conversation was published in three parts and is entitled, "The Video Essay: What Do New Practitioners Think?" All three parts can be found on Shant's YouTube page. Support the podcast on Patreon. Follow the show on Twitter. Learn more at the pod's website. Get the free newsletter.
We're joined once again by the wonderful Arezou to discuss and review the entirety of Marvel's WandaVision on Disney+! What did we think the series did well, and what were areas it could have improved upon? How well did it do at exploring themes of love and grief? What do we think it says about the future of the MCU, and the standard it sets for character development and exploration going forward? We answer all that and more in this spoiler-packed installment of The Middle Geeks! Spoilers for all of WandaVision throughout this episode We are a proud member of the Hard NOC podcast family. Follow Arezou on Twitter @ArezouAmin Read Stephanie Williams' article, How the 'WandaVision' finale failed Monica Rambeau Video Essay on Military Propaganda in the MCU Follow us on Twitter: @TheMiddleGeeks, @MaeAbdu, @spiderswarz Subscribe to The Middle Geeks on Hard NOC Media Please support us on our brand new Patreon!
Last year, listeners of The Video Essay Podcast were assigned the five videographic exercises developed for the Scholarship in Sound & Image Workshop as "homework." Listeners made more than 60 videos as a response to the homework assignments. Episode 23 features audio reflections from eight listeners who created videographic exercises: Jemma Saunders, Cormac Donnelly, Roberto Carlos Ortiz, Charlotte Crofts, Alan O'Leary, Ben Creech, Max Tohline, and Ariel Avissar. Will also talks with Dr. Estrella Sendra, an academic based at the University of London and the University of Southampton, and Bartolomeo Meletti, the Education and Research Executive of Learning on Screen. Estrella and Bart are the team behind the "Introductory Guide to Video Essays," a brilliant new resource published by Learning on Screen. Music: Leave The Bottle (Instrumental) by Forget the Whale is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. | Brain Power by Mela is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License. | Via FreeMusicArchive
"Seen & Heard: Selections from the Black Lives Matter Video Essay Playlist" was a live event recorded as part of the Open City Documentary Festival on September 12, 2020. The event was co-moderated by Cydnii Wilde Harris, Kevin B. Lee, and Will DiGravio, and featured interviews with Jazmin Jones, Professor Flowers, Nzingha Kendall, and Cydnii. Learn more at www.thevideoessay.com/blacklivesmatter.
Support the Channel: https://www.patreon.com/thebibleisart Website: https://www.thebibleisart.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @johnbhiggins Video Essay on "The Peanut Butter Falcon" - https://youtu.be/4Qn2kW1Jxww | Transcription | In the book The Poetics of Biblical Narrative, Meir Sternberg has a chapter on gaps in stories. He says that “To understand a literary work, we have to answer, in the course of reading, a series of such questions as: What is happening or has happened, and why? What connects the present event or situation to what went before, and how do both relate to what will probably come after? What are the features, motives, or designs of this or that character? How does he view his fellow characters? And what norms govern the existence and conduct of all?” And it is in answering these questions, these gaps, that we will make sense of the work. But the problem is that “few of the answers to these questions have been explicitly provided [in the text]...From the viewpoint of what is directly given in the language, the literary work consists of bits and fragments to be linked and pieced together in the process of reading: it establishes a system of gaps that must be filled in.” And Sternberg notes that this is true with all stories, not just complicated ones. For instance, he tells a Hebrew nursery rhyme that goes like this “Every day, that's the way Jonathan goes out to play. Climbed a tree. What did he see? Birdies: one, two, three! Naughty boy! What have we seen? There's a hole in your new jeans!” We assume that Jonathan got the hole in his jeans from the tree, but that is nowhere said, we had to piece that together. Gaps are especially important in a film that deals with hiddennes. So let's look at Terrence Malick's film, A Hidden Life, and fill in some gaps. On the surface, A Hidden Life is about an Austrian farmer, Franz Jägerstätter, his wife and three daughters during World War II. The film follows the struggle of the family as Franz becomes a conscientious objector who is jailed and then executed. The title of the film is taken from George Eliot's novel Middlemarch. The quote in full reads, that “the growing good of the world is partly dependent on unhistoric acts ... is half owing to the number who lived faithfully a hidden life, and rest in unvisited tombs.” The most obvious meaning of the film is that the hidden life upon which the good of the world is dependent is Franz and his family. But how Malick directs this hidden life reveals depths of his art and the art of Franz's life. There are many things hidden in this film. Perhaps most strikingly, World War II itself is hidden. While we see some historical footage of Hitler, the SS, some fire, Malick chose to show nothing of the war proper, no warfare, no fighting. The most obvious and popular aspects of the war he has hidden from us.
We are finally back! Today's episode is the first of our new roundtable series, which will center on topics related to all aspects of video essays. Will is joined today by Michael Leader of BBC's Inside Cinema, Adam Woodward of Little White Lies, and Joost Broeren of Filmkrant. We discuss what it's like to edit publications that publish videographic work, tips for freelance video essayists, what video essays bring to a publication, and more! Listeners are also assigned the penultimate videographic exercise homework: the voiceover.