1. Eric Carle in Tacoma, June 7, 2013


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    Eric Carle speaks about his art and his exhibition on view at Tacoma Art Museum, "Beyond Books: The Independent Art of Eric Carle."

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    • Bir Dolap Kitap 17.03.2012 Radyo Yayını


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      Açık Radyo'da her cumartesi sabahı saat 10:00'da canlı olarak yayınlanan çocuk kitapları programı Bir Dolap Kitap'ın ilk yarısında, YKY tarafından yayımlanan "Tobie Lolness - Boşlukta Yaşam / Elisha'nın Gözleri" adlı iki ciltlik kitap hakında konuştuk. Programın ikinci yarısında Mavibulut tarafından yayımlanan "Aç Tırtıl" adlı kitaba yer verdik. BirDolapKitap.com

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      • Creepy Dean


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        The sequel to 2002's gut-wrenching Sneaky Pete, Terror Optics brings back the sneaky prankster in Creepy Dean. Watch our protagonist Pete (Richie Roachclip) assume the alias Dean, new neighbor to a modern hippie commune. Within hours Dean gains the trust of the peace loving morons, and crushes their very faith in the goodness of the world. Written by Bill Heintz, Photographed by Eric Carle, Directed and edited by Jason Matherne.

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        • Peepshow Creep


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          After losing his job and girlfriend, Les finds a new way to let off some steam!

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          • Peepshow Creep


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            Terror Optics goes deep into the seedy underbelly of the peepshow business in New Orleans. No, not really. Meet Les (Stephen Waltz), a guy down on his luck. Dumped by his girl and fired from his job, Les clears his head over a few shots of whiskey and decides to stalk, mug, and maybe take a stab at the lovely ladies around town. Written by Bill Heintz, Photographed by Eric Carle, and Directed and Edited by Jason Matherne.

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            • Talking About Words and Pictures with Caldecott Medalist, Beth Krommes


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              The acclaimed "House in the Night" illustrator talks about the temptation of returning to teaching; being encouraged in her early career by the Society of Children's Book Authors and Illustrators (SCBWI); her complex relationship with longtime Houghton Mifflin editor Ann Rider; the details of collaborating with frequent co-author Joyce Sidman on their recent book "Swirl by Swirl"; her thoughts about the iPad; the "how-to" of her signature scratchboard illustration technique; and her future plans. The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art Amherst, MA November 6, 2011

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              • Spur of the Moment


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                Filmed for the 2012 New Orleans 48 Hour Film Competition, Spur of the Moment is the first ever attempt by Terror Optics to tackle the Western genre. Starring Rachel Luria and Stephen Waltz.

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                • Kadir Nelson at the Eric Carle Museum


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                  Kadir Nelson answers how he researches his books at an appearance at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art Amherst, MA February 2012

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                  • Fourth Time's the Charm


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                    Made for the 2011 48 Hour Film Competition, Fourth Time's the Charm is Terror Optics' second attempt at the Romance genre. Starring Rachel Luria as Tami, we follow a series of online dates with the atypical Terror Optics flair. Also starring Steve Waltz as the purveyor of red velvet cupcakes. Guest appearances by Jen Attaway, Ric Kaufman, Andre Leblanc, and Richie Roachclip.

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                    • Su Misura


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                      The first ever Terror Optics love story. Starring veteran Terror Optics actors Stephen Waltz and Dana Kieferle, Su Misura won best feature and a host of other credits in the 48 hour film contest of 2007. Photographed by Eric Calre, Directed and Edited by Jason Matherne

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