This is me editing your stupid shitty thread. Fuck your own dickhole and die please. -HR
It kind of broke my mind into little pieces. I highly recommend watching this movie tripping, but only if you're comfortable watching disturbing material on hallucinogens. This is SG, so I'm guessing a lot of you are.
I'm posting this here so you can skip around and get a feel for it -- if you want to see this movie order it on blu-ray. It is visually stunning and deserves to be seen in HD. The only such release I'm aware of is Swedish and doesn't have an English language navigation option, but who really cares. The movie itself is in English and you can just turn the subtitles off. Played fine on my PS3.
Still waiting for a HD release of his Prospero's Books (my favorite movie of all time forever amen). In Greenaway's film chronology, this movie follows Prospero's Books and resembles it aesthetically but lacks all the post-production tricks and superimposed imagery. It's followed by The Pillow Book which takes up Prospero's Books' post-production extravagance but in a modern (and mostly Asian) aesthetic context.
Holy shit. Apparently someone uploaded the entirety of my favorite movie to YouTube. This one needs a hi-definition release so desperately.
The results, starting with a National Geographic Magazine assignment in 2005, have received global attention. The project has continued, and with cameras trained on galciers all over the globe, perhaps it is not suprising that something extraordinary would be revealed. Recently, a team of photographers in Greenland captured something that defies all our previous assumptions about geologic change.
While shooting a tongue of glacier that has receded as much in the past ten years as in the previous 100, they stumbled into filming the largest glacier calving that has ever been captured on film. This is not a time-lapse, but instead a city-sized section of glacier falling into the sea in little over an hour."
Gail Chord's feature-length one woman show about the drugging and rape of Brent Spiner by Loree McBride
I went through a bunch of Gail Chord stuff a while ago, but the post further down of a Gail video got me and a friend on another hunt. My friend found this hour-long gem. I'm skipping around every couple of minutes and there are so many golden moments it's impossible to list them all.
Firstly, I was introduced to this, which I newly enjoyed.
Seondly, i was remind of this, which I oldly enjoyed.