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The Oldest Myths of Death and the Secret of Immortality

The oldest stories of death are some of the oldest stories we know, and can tell us how our ancestors thought of the moment their loved ones life ended. This is a look at some of the myths from this … Continue reading

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Kurt Vonnegut, Shape of Stories (subtitulos castellano)

Kurt Vonnegut Lecture February 4, 2004 The Case College Scholars Program Subtitles: Eva Collins Alonso Music SONG The Blue Danube, Op. 314 ARTIST Saint Petersburg Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra ALBUM Art of Classics: Classical Baby

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The intergenerational wisdom woven into Indigenous stories

The way we behave politically, socially, economically and ecologically isn’t working, says community organizer and activist Tai Simpson. Sharing the creation myth of her Nez Perce tribe, she advocates for a return to the “old ways” guided by Indigenous wisdom … Continue reading

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Amanda Gorman | Roar | Moth GrandSLAM

If you were captivated by Amanda Gorman, the youngest Inaugural Poet in U.S. history today, you’re not alone. Together, we climb the hill toward a new day. Watch Amanda, who became the United States of America’s first National Youth Poet … Continue reading

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How Storyboarding Works: A Brief Introduction to How Ridley Scott, Alfred Hitchcock, Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson & Other Directors Storyboard Their Films | Open Culture

When you’re making a film with complex shots or sequences of shots, it doesn’t hurt to have storyboards. Though professional storyboard artists do exist, they don’t come cheap, and in any case they constitute one more player in the game … Continue reading

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Werner Herzog’s Entertaining Answer to “How Many Languages Do You Speak?” | Kottke

This clip of an off-screen interviewer asking film director Werner Herzog how many languages he speaks and then Herzog answering is only slightly more than 90 seconds long, but it’s a masterclass in how to tell an entertaining story. He … Continue reading

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Primal – The Best Animation of 2019

Sources/Further Reading: Tartakovsky explains how he created Primal’s ferocious fantasy world by Cheryl Eddy – http://bit.ly/2TLL7oB Tartakovsky interviewed by Polygon writer Chelsea Stark – http://bit.ly/36ifeqc Primal’s Timeless Paean to Companionship Boils Genndy Tartakovsky’s Work Down to Its Essence by Jacob … Continue reading

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NEBULA – Animation Short Film 2014 – GOBELINS

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Mixing It Up: Blending Performance Capture and Mixed Reality

The Imaginarium Studios and Magic Leap have partnered to change the way people experience entertainment by capturing the magic of performance for spatial computing. Performance capture allows us to authentically capture the details and nuance of an actors’ performance and … Continue reading

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Grace Boyle – Multisensory Storytelling

Grace Boyle is the founder and Director of The Feelies, creating stories that speak to all of your senses. She believes that opening up greater realms of our perception for storytelling–painting with more of that sensory palette–can allow audiences to … Continue reading

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