Refinery 29 has a profile on Moonlight, Lemonade, Creed and Fruitvale Station designer Hannah Beachler. ‘”Everything you’re seeing on screen is the production designer, outside of the camera work and lighting,” she explains. “I’m basically the architect of a movie’s visuals.”‘ (Thanks, Sarah)
Corridor Digital imagines “Bohemian Rhapsody” as a crime thriller. (via Digg and thanks, Earl!)
Andreas Hartmann talks about his documentary, My Buddha is Punk. “Around 2011, after 50 years of military rule, it appeared Burma was starting to change. But violation of human rights were continuing, the civil war was still going on and ethnic minorities were still persecuted. I was interested […]
Siouxsie Sioux is rightfully the High Priestess and Klaus Nomi drives the Chariot in the New Wave Tarot Deck by Amanda Lee Stilwell of Last Craft Designs.
“People do not remember safe music.” Tony Zhou has more on soundtracks in general and Marvel’s film music in particular at Every Frame A Painting.
“In 1929, the Russians produced their first talkie, the snappily titled The Five Year Plan for Great Works. The possibility of synchronized sound inspired a trio of pioneers, composer Arseny Avraamov, animator Mikhail Tsihanovsky and engineer Evgeny Sholpo who were fascinated by the curved loops, arcs and waveforms […]