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15 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has urged a federal judge to reject an attempt by Michael Flynn to "minimize the seriousness" of him lying to the FBI. Mr Mueller's team responding to a sentencing memo from Flynn's lawyers criticizing the FBI interviews with their client, saying agents did not provide him with a warning of the […]

14 Dec 18
Mr Gaunt:

I’ve known Ross Lockhart, the driving force behind Word Horde Press, which published The Fisherman, for about a decade.  When his wife contacted me the other month to ask if I’d write a little something for his imminent birthday, this is what I came up with: Errata by John Langan Most of the errors in […]

14 Dec 18
sheriff's press

Traditional Animation Traditional Animation or hand drawn is an animation technique where each frame is drawn by hand this was used until the development of computer animation. One of the first ever hand drawn animation was Gertie the dinosaur, Gertie the dinosaur is not the first animation but is one of the first in the […]

14 Dec 18
ReadRantRock&Roll

I was tagged by Whitney@WhitReadsLit for this Bookish Naughty or Nice Book Tag. Please check out Whitney’s awesome book blog for many amazing book reviews, book tags, memes, and more! Thanks, Whitney! ❤💚❤

14 Dec 18
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Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. (born Michael King Jr., January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the Civil Rights Movement. He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using the tactics […]

14 Dec 18
Kultguy's Keep

If you’re a classic Doctor Who fan, then Koch Media’s series of Myth Makers compilations are a must-see, offering candid memories from the actors and crew members who worked on the cult BBC sci-fi series. The latest release, The Doctors: Villains!, is a two-disc DVD collection of interviews with five fan-favourite actors whose screen villain […]

14 Dec 18
New Delhi Times

 To director Thom Zimny, the key element in his filmed version of Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway show was in the star’s eyes. The Netflix documentary makes its first appearance on the service early in the morning of Dec. 16, hours after the singer’s 236th and last performance of “Springsteen on Broadway” at the Walter Kerr Theater. A soundtrack […]

14 Dec 18
jendelakeluarga.com

ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M2 and Rog Phone South East Asia Launch Event Pasar smartphone di Indonesia saat ini semakin hari semakin menggeliat. Itulah mengapa beberapa perusahaan smartphone di Indonesia juga ikut memprioritaskan Indonesia saat menggelar event peluncuran produknya untuk yang pertama kali. Beberapa hari lalu (11/12) bertempat di Hotel Pullman Central Park Jakarta, ASUS, […]

14 Dec 18
Arcynewsy

NEW YORK – For director Thom Zimny, the key element in his filmed version of Bruce Springsteen's Broadway show was in the eyes of the star. The Netflix documentary makes its first appearance on the service early in the morning of December 16th, hours after the 236th and last performance of the singer "Springsteen on […]

14 Dec 18
A Fictional Bookworm

Hi friends! I listened to Every Heart a Doorway earlier this year and it was okay. Not worth the hype, in my opinion. But hereeeee comes the sequeeeeel* in all it’s haha you were wrong glory. So let’s do this! *if you didn’t hear that in Here Comes The Bride I renounce life Twin sisters […]

14 Dec 18
Emily's Adventures in Game Design

 Task 1 Part 1: Animation Types and Techniques Traditional/ Hand-drawn Animation History 1600s – creation of the ‘magic lantern’ allowed for projectionists to move quickly between slides, creating the illusion of movement 1800s – in 1832 the ‘phenakistoscope’ was created and was soon outdone by a similar device called the ‘Zoetrope’ in 1834. This method […]

14 Dec 18
listen records

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there’s only about 10 shopping days left before Christmas. I hope you are more prepared at this point than I am. Anyway, lots of restocks coming in every day and there’s still some sweet new releases trickling in as well. We’ve been getting re-ups on accessories as well. […]

13 Dec 18
Georgia Hill

Narrative Theory Narrative- Media term for story telling. The way different elements can be facts as in documentary or characters and action as in drama. Linear narrative- Presents stories in a logical manner by telling what happens from one point in time to the next without using flashbacks or flash-forwards and then returning to the […]

13 Dec 18
Twin Cities
NEW YORK — To director Thom Zimny, the key element in his filmed version of Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway show was in the star’s eyes. The Netflix documentary makes its first appearance on the service early in the morning of Dec. 16, hours after the singer’s 236th and last performance of “Springsteen on Broadway” at the Walter Kerr Theater. A soundtrack is being released Friday. “I wanted to capture Bruce’s eyes in a way that you don’t get from being in the theater,” he said. “It’s another sense of intimacy, another sense of the performance.” That focus paid off when cameras caught Springsteen’s emotion during an introduction to the song “Long Walk Home,” telling of an unexpected visit by his father just before Springsteen’s first child was born. His dad said he hadn’t been the best of fathers and hoped his son would do better. Anyone familiar with Springsteen’s music knows the import of that acknowledgment. Those are the moments, subtle enough to be missed by most of the live audience, that Zimny feels makes the “Springsteen on Broadway” film unique from the “Springsteen on Broadway” show. Another was the look of loving remembrance on Springsteen’s face when he played piano and talked about his late band member Clarence Clemons, one he didn’t see until reviewing tape later. Zimny wasn’t simply called in to tape a show near the end of its run. The filmmaker has a history with Springsteen and manager Jon Landau that includes a 2001 documentary with the singer and his E Street Band performing in New York. He was brought into the project while it was still in rehearsals. “I’ve seen the show so many times I’ve lost count,” he said. If not in the audience, he watched video and listened to audio tapes, to keep up with how the performance tightened and changed throughout the run. At one point in the film, Springsteen confesses to the audience that “I’ve never worked five days a week — until now.” The weary observation meant more at the end of his Broadway run than the beginning. The filmmaker continually discussed the process with Springsteen and Landau. Their advice: “Plan a lot, but also be open to whatever the film gods or the music gods throw at you in the moment.” Zimny needed to match the intensity of a noted perfectionist. To wit: he watched the evolution of a small moment where Springsteen illustrates how little he knew about playing a guitar when he was young. He kept trying out different chords to get it just right in order to show his playing was just wrong. The film opens with the first words Springsteen says onstage to open the performance, which is a mixture of storytelling and song that builds off the singer’s autobiography, and credits roll with the final bows. Zimny wanted to recreate when the lights go down on a sparse stage and Springsteen simply appears, a moment “that puts you on edge,” he said. “You have to listen.” There is no nervous backstage footage from before showtime, shots of Springsteen’s hometown of Freehold, New Jersey, or artificial interludes, techniques Zimny dismissed as cliched. “I never felt interested in cutting away from the show,” he said. “The power of the show unfolding was something I wanted to capture. There’s no need for cameras or editing to take away from that moment. There was no need to cut to footage of Freehold or anything. The tree in my imagination was much more powerful than anything I could film.” [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] The tree was one Springsteen climbed as a boy in front of his house, that he later returned to as an older man. He’s now 69. The theater audience is rarely seen, except at the film’s end when Springsteen shakes some hands. “It was most important to capture a very abstract thing that goes on in the Broadway show — an emotional feeling and an arc where you go on a journey with Bruce,” Zimny said. “It’s hard to put into words. But experiencing the Broadway show is such a beautiful and intense presentation. I wanted the film to both represent that and also be slightly different — so if you saw the show on Broadway, you had a different understanding of the power of performance by seeing his eyes.”