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BuzzFeed Splits Into News And Entertainment Divisions, The Latter Led By Ze Frank

14 hours agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

By applying its viral content strategy to video productions, BuzzFeed has turned its Motion Pictures wing into a major part of its profile. After spending the first six-or-so years of its existence establishing itself as a forward-thinking...Show More Summary

Academy Pulls Back Curtain On 12 Focus Areas For Sci-Tech Oscars

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said today that 12 distinct scientific and technical investigations have been launched for the 2016 Sci-Tech Oscars, which will be held February 11. They are made public so individualsShow More Summary

With a cloud over 'Birth of a Nation,' which awards contenders might avert #OscarsSoWhite3?

Nate Parker's blunt biographical drama “The Birth of a Nation” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, 11 days after members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences came under fire for nominating only white actors for a second straight year. Parker’s movie, which tells the...

Magic Picture Frame Slows Down in Time

Now you can see objects in slow motion and even touch them!

Scientists Took MRIs Of People’s Brains While They Watched Movies. Here’s What They Saw

“Our results demonstrate that some films can exert considerable control over brain activity and eye movements. However, this was not the case for all types of motion picture sequences, and the level of control over viewers’ brain activity differed as a function of movie content, editing, and directing style.”

Slow Dance Picture Frame

This unique display piece makes objects placed inside of it appear to move in slow motion. The trick is the use of an electromagnet and strobe lights that blink so fast you can’t see them. It only makes sense that it was designed by Time Warp host Jeff Lieberman.

The Story Behind The Latest Kickstarter Design Sensation

Jeff Lieberman's slow motion picture frame doubled its funding goal in days. Here's how it works. Jeff Lieberman's slow motion picture frame doubled its funding goal in days. Here's how it works. Jeff Lieberman was a graduate student...Show More Summary

Picturing Place: An Interview with Season 8 Designer Matt Eller

6 days agoArts : Art21 Blog

Designer Matt Eller speaks with Executive Producer Eve Moros Ortega about producing the title sequences, motion design, and typography for Season 8 of "Art in the Twenty-First Century."

Oscar-Nominated Director and Former Academy President Dies

An acclaimed movie director who received an Oscar nomination and was president of both the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and the Directors Guild of America has died. Deadline.com reports that Arthur Hiller died today in Los Angeles....

Slow Dance, A Unique Picture Frame That Makes Real Objects Appear to Move in Slow Motion

last weekHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Jeff Lieberman, musician, sculptor and host of the Discovery Channel program Time Warp has come up with a way to put his love for slow-motion photography with the Slow Dance Picture Frame. This unique frame makes real objects appear to move in slow motion through the use of an electromagnet and fast moving strobe lights […]

Superhero Bits: Powerless Creator Exits Show, Doctor Strange Rating, LEGO Supergirl & More

Why has the next issue of Civil War II been delayed? Why has Powerless creator Ben Queen departed the NBC superhero comedy series? What rating did Doctor Strange get from the Motion Picture Association of America? Why does Joel Kinnaman...Show More Summary

Sculptural frame makes real objects move in slow motion

Finally, a picture frame that allows you to control time This picture frame by artist and robotiscist Jeff Lieberman uses an electromagnetic mechanism to make lightweight objects such as feathers or leaves vibrate at a high speed that, combined with blinking LED lights, create the illusion that they are moving in slow motion. Show More Summary

Fyvush Finkel Dies: Emmy-Winning ‘Picket Fences’ Star Was 93

Phillip “Fyvush” Finkel, an actor with an 80-year career spanning Yiddish theater, motion pictures and television and best known for his Emmy-winning role on David E. Kelly’s 90s sitcom Picket Fences, died Sunday at his home in Manhattan, his son confirmed to the New York Times. Show More Summary

Reflections of HAL and Samantha

2001: A Space Odyssey’s HAL 9000, and Her’s Samantha are the two of the most famous artificial intelligences in the history of motion pictures. Tilmann Ohm carefully selected lines from both characters, and combined them to form a surprisingly coherent conversation.

Roger Jay Pietschmann Dies: 3rd Generation Film Technician Was 71

Roger Jay Pietschmann, a third generation motion picture industry vet who, like his father, was a boom operator, sound recordist and mixer with credits including Taxi Driver, Pee Wee’s Big Adventure and Twilight Zone: The Movie has died following a battle with multiple symptom atrophy. Show More Summary

Movie Academy Names Its 2016 Film Scholars

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has named Donna Kornhaber and Ellen Christine Scott as its 2016 Academy Film Scholars. Their respective book projects focus on female screenwriters in the early years of American cinema and the representation of slavery in Classical Hollywood films. Show More Summary

Why Are There So Damn Many Production Company Logo Animations Before Movies?

When moviegoers settled into their theater seats in 1979 to watch Star Trek: The Motion Picture, the first thing they beheld was the simple, iconic mountain logo of Paramount Pictures; once that image had faded, the film began. Audiences who saw Star Trek Beyond last week, on the other hand, sat through five signifiers of […]

Academy Accused Of Being “Ageist” At Panel On Ageism In Hollywood

As the industry struggles with diversity, several panelists at Friday night's panel discussion on ageism in Hollywood applauded the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for including more women and minorities as members, but decried...Show More Summary

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