Artist George Pfau turned some of the most iconic scenes of zombie destruction into beautiful landscape art.
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Truly experimental filmmaking.
Adam Curtis and Massive Attack made us dance to the invasion of Iraq.
Rumsfeld never asks for our forgiveness and Morris doesn't seem interested in trying to extract it.
The HIGHRISE project pays tribute to life above it all through interactive film.
Ever seen the original "Godzilla"? The seminal monster flick is a bleak, powerful metaphor for nuclear power that still endures today.
I caught up with the self-described "small Italian girl" behind the augmented-reality game in which you snag bitcoins, Super Mario-style.
I have shot movies for Andrew Bujalski in the boxy 1.33:1 aspect ratio, or on grainy 16mm black and white negative before. But “Computer Chess” is our most extreme technical experiment so far.
Alexis Gambis, who founded the Imagine Science Film Festival after getting his PhD in genetics and a masters in film, has reconstructed the legendary fruit fly laboratory where many modern-day genetics discoveries were made.
The director tells me he has, among other things, "little conscious memory of how any of these pieces started to fit together."
Long before machines could outperform their fleshy human counterparts in an ever-growing number of tasks—in a space no bigger than a fleshy hand—computers were huge. Literally, huge.
“I was trying to make a big piece of satire that would be comfort food in light of the terrorist threat. That's what the film is intended to be for people."
Curtis sums this problem up as a culture of “If you like that, then you’ll like this.” A culture he believes goes beyond iTunes or Spotify recommendations, and permeates every part of life.
Do you have some money sitting around? Want to make an animated prequel to Richard Kelly's fascinating 2006 flop / cult classic Southland Tales? Now's your chance.
Everything from MegaZeppelin schematics to fictional porn DVD covers.
After "Donnie Darko," Richard Kelly made one of the strangest, most ambitious, most maligned metaphysical musicals Hollywood had ever seen. I had some questions.
Filmmaker Sebastian Junger On the Fearless Photojournalist.
How a cat became the buzz of the Tribeca Film Festival.
Talking with director Eva Orner about Afghanistan's television revolution.
While Ben Affleck's teary Best Picture acceptance speech thanked the right Hollywood honchos, there's one person he snubbed that literally made Argo a reality: Barry Ira Geller.
I wish I could say "Hurricane Sandy developed this guy's film," or some such punched-up header, but as whimsically dream-like as these images are, that likely isn't the case.
Apparently it comes out looking a lot like the Universe.