July192014
July162014

alexroidriguez:

sir you need to calm down

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11AM
dailydot:

Here’s What Happens When Your Joke Goes Massively Viral On Twitter
via Business Insider

Was an early re-tweeter of this piece of brilliance

dailydot:

Here’s What Happens When Your Joke Goes Massively Viral On Twitter

via Business Insider

Was an early re-tweeter of this piece of brilliance

July152014

lesbian-goddesss:

That smirk thou

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July112014

micdotcom:

An archive of 13,000 classic concerts from legendary artists just hit YouTube

If you don’t have weekend plans, the 2,000 hours of pristine, classic concert footage just uploaded to YouTube in 13,000 videos is a good place to start.

Music Vault, which is a division of Wolfgang’s Vault (which sells music-related posters, apparel and photography, among other things), has been working on this massive video project for two years, gathering footage from a variety of venues and festivals across the past five decades. It’s an ongoing process, and there are more videos to come, but this first upload has suddenly opened some of the best concerts — historic moments once lost to anyone who wasn’t there — back up to the world. 

Watch more | Follow micdotcom 

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5PM
cinephiliabeyond:

As for Orson Welles’ style, for his vision of the cinema, editing is not simply one aspect; it’s the aspect. Thanks to Edwin for pointing us to this quote: 

For me, the strip of celluloid is put together like a musical score, and this execution is determined by the editing; just like a conductor interprets a piece of music in rubato, another will play it in a very dry and academic manner… The images themselves are not sufficient: they are very important, but are only images. The essential is the length of each image, what follows each image: it is the very eloquence of the cinema that is constructed in the editing room. —Orson Welles


Filming Othello  is a 1978 documentary directed by and starring Orson Welles about the making of his award-winning 1952 production Othello. The documentary, which was produced for West German television, was the last completed feature film directed by Welles. Filming Othello  was made between 1974 and 1978. It was intended to be the first in a series of documentaries directed by Welles on the creation of his classic films. However, the second film in the proposed series, on the making of The Trial, was never completed.

Also, recommended viewing/listening: the Criterion Collection LaserDisc edition of Orson Welles’ Othello  with the commentary track by Peter Bogdanovich and Myron Meisel (uploaded solely for educational purposes as it has gone out-of-print and has never been made available since).

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cinephiliabeyond:

As for Orson Welles’ style, for his vision of the cinema, editing is not simply one aspect; it’s the aspect. Thanks to Edwin for pointing us to this quote:

For me, the strip of celluloid is put together like a musical score, and this execution is determined by the editing; just like a conductor interprets a piece of music in rubato, another will play it in a very dry and academic manner… The images themselves are not sufficient: they are very important, but are only images. The essential is the length of each image, what follows each image: it is the very eloquence of the cinema that is constructed in the editing room. —Orson Welles

Filming Othello  is a 1978 documentary directed by and starring Orson Welles about the making of his award-winning 1952 production Othello. The documentary, which was produced for West German television, was the last completed feature film directed by Welles. Filming Othello  was made between 1974 and 1978. It was intended to be the first in a series of documentaries directed by Welles on the creation of his classic films. However, the second film in the proposed series, on the making of The Trial, was never completed.

Also, recommended viewing/listening: the Criterion Collection LaserDisc edition of Orson Welles’ Othello  with the commentary track by Peter Bogdanovich and Myron Meisel (uploaded solely for educational purposes as it has gone out-of-print and has never been made available since).

For more film related items throughout the day, follow Cinephilia & Beyond on Twitter. Get Cinephilia & Beyond in your inbox by signing in. You can also follow our RSS feed. Please use our Google Custom Search for better results. If you enjoy Cinephilia & Beyond, please consider making a small donation to keep it going:

5PM
Sigh

Sigh

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July92014
July82014
July72014

littlezombiekid:

the-uncensored-she:

Women should NOT be forced to feed their babies in a bathroom, all because we live in a misogynistic, porn-warped society that’s been brainwashed to believe that female breasts used for anything other than male pleasure is “indecent”. Support public breast feeding and end the porn culture.

Forever reblog

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