Ex Machina Explained and Reviewed - wherein I blow your mind w/ a fantastic movie for your evening enjoyment. We have Robots. We have Dancing. We have love!
Thanks for your interest in SUNDAYS and writing to us. Yes, that’s right. We’re now in the process of putting together a team of writers to work on the feature script with Mischa and that’ll be the first step in getting closer to starting actual production.
The End Of The Tour Trailer Is HereThe best author of all time is an abundantly simple call for me. It is without a doubt, David Foster Wallace. I've spoken at length about Mr. Wallace numerous times here.....
am planning to make the world and its characters into an awesome post-apocalyptic, fantasy, sci-fi web series! I am currently writing the second episode and soon to launch the crowd funding project for it. I am going to continue the story of Sherman, introduce new characters, new stories and expand the world.
So I figured, heck - if you are going to do it... DO IT. Don't pick lame movies with even more lame spoilers. So I thought I'd throw down and really show them how to really ruin a movie in five words or less.
Yes. I think Sally, at that exact moment was just happy that she was the one that survived. It’s relief really. I’m sure once she walked away and had a chance for everything to sink in, she’d have a different reaction.
The only reason I'm bringing this particular short film to you guys is so that you can help me understand the ending. I mean, WAH? And a "To Be Continued" to boot?
The film is about our endless quest for more. This character has a void in his life—obviously at the beginning of the film he's missing something profound—and the pyramid fulfills that, somehow. But our man keeps asking for more—Why can't I make a little money on the side?
I can’t say it was quite as thin of a shoestring as Primer (which I love). We actually self funded the movie, just saved up for a few years and then went for it. It was great because it allowed us total creative freedom, but I think on the next one we’d like to find backers of one form or another.
Time Lapse is basically a very simple conceit. Three people, two guys and a gal, who are living together in an apartment, and are maintaining the entire complex, stumble upon a machine. The bottom line for the machine is that it takes polaroids into the future. Exactly 24 hours into the future. Like clockwork the machine points its gaze into the future and tells us what it sees.
I love this idea. Eight people connected somehow against some unknown threat of some sort. The Sense8 allows them to see through each other's eyes and lend strength to one another. Realities overlap and interlace. It looks like a spin off of Heroes maybe?
I absolutely know nothing about this movie besides its name (Lila et Valentin) and what is shown in the trailer below. Besides that, nothing because everything is in French. If you know French I would love some help understanding a number of interviews Adrien Lhommedieu gave about his movie. Curse my mortal body for not knowing and understanding everything!
Interview With Alex Mann Green Dot Short Movie Creator
The first script was actually a wedding movie, where the son comes back from the future and tries to break up his parents’ marriage because he knows it is going to turn out badly. But that idea led to some major confusion over how the story could play out logically. Somehow I stumbled upon the idea that maybe the son should be desperately trying to save his own life.
The Controller Picked Up By Fox Recently we've seen a number of avant garde films getting picked up after their short debut on the internet. I'm thinking Sundays (which the director and producers just emailed ...