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  1. How Motion Pictures Became the Movies 1908-1920


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    How Motion Pictures Became the Movies : 1908-1920 Thirteen years that changed world cinema by David Bordwell. http://davidbordwell.net

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    • The Camera That Changed The World


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      • IBC 2014: CRITICS Day 1


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        • Rob Hardy BSC speaks with Sean Bobbitt BSC.


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          Rob Hardy BSC speaks with Sean Bobbitt BSC after a preview screening of Shadow Dancer at London's Apollo cinema.

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          • State of Cinema: Steven Soderbergh


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            April 27, 2013 San Francisco International Film Festival A few months ago I was on this Jet Blue coming from New York to Burbank, and I like Jet Blue not because of the prices, but they have this…

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            • Jer Thorp


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              Jer is a generative software artist and educator from Vancouver, Canada, currently living in New York. A former geneticist, his work explores the boundaries between science, mathematics, and art using…

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              • AIRKinect Extended Library Demo


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                A look at all the new code in our upcoming release of the AIRKinect Extended Library. This library will feature, Gestures, Skeleton Management, Regions, Position History, and last but not least a…

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                • Woman in the Dunes - Video Essay by James Quandt


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                  Woman in the Dunes (Suna no onna) Hiroshi Teshigahara (1964) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058625/

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                  • Video Essay: "The Martin Scorsese Film School"


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                    http://flavorwire.com/267040/video-essay-the-martin-scorsese-film-school Inspired by: http://www.fastcocreate.com/1679472/martin-scorseses-film-school-the-85-films-you-need-to-see-to-know-anything-about-film

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                    • The History and Science of Color Film: From Isaac Newton to the Coen Brothers


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                      Color is a subtle tool that can transport us from our ordinary lives to extraordinary worlds of cinema. Peel back the layers of history and look at how color was first understood and implemented in…

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                      • Adam Magyar: Photos of time


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                        Adam Magyar talks about using industrial cameras and computers to photograph and process urban images that capture a moment of time and then visually expand it. He calls it the “transformation…

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                        • ETHNO TEKH | live at Enig'matik Vibrations [Melb,Aus] 2012


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                          This is real-time, jamming and layering with Kinect-controlled audio/visual instruments, and not a pre-scripted show. 1:34 - "Tekhnology" 3:10 - Scratch solo 5:20 - Playing music with…

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