Things To Remember
Ken-Tonio Yamamoto

Last Minutes with ODEN from phos pictures on Vimeo.

Thank You Jason Wood for allowing us this moment.
Oden's struggle with cancer finally came to an end.
May he rest in peace and his memory be eternal.

Canon 7D

Directed/Edited: Eliot Rausch
Director of Photography: Luke Korver, Matt B. Taylor
Song: Big Red Machine / Justin Vernon + Aaron Dessner

A story from the 8 LIVES Documentary.
For more of Jason Wood's story from 3 years ago

Karl X Johan - Flames (dir. cut) from Gustav Johansson on Vimeo.

Director / Editor: Gustav Johansson
DP: Niklas Johansson
Prod. comp: Camp David Film

Producer: Erik Torell
1st assistant director: Niclas Larsson
Prod. Manager: Nathalie Cohen
Makeup: Madeleine Gaterud / Magnolia
Stylist: Meghan Scott

Thanks to Dagsljus.

Buy Karl X Johan - Flames on iTunes


The O’Bannon-scripted, Moebius-drawn strip The Long Tomorrow had a major impact on Ridley Scott, later forming a basis for Blade Runner’s visual style. (via)‘After a while [Moebius] got tired of me looking over his shoulder, so he asked me to go and write him a comic-book story, a graphic story that he could publish in his magazineMetal Hurlant. It was of course a film noir in the future … Ridley kind of did an unauthorised borrowing of that city for Blade Runner, and he’s right - it does make a good image!’-Dan O’Bannon,‘I was having lunch with Ridley, and when the conversation turned to inspiration, we were both very clear about our debt to the Metal Hurlant [the original Heavy Metal magazine] school of the ’70s–Moebius and the others. But it was also obvious that Scott understood the importance of information density to perceptual overload. When Blade Runner works best, it induces a lyrical sort of information sickness, that quintessentially postmodern cocktail of ecstasy and dread. It was what cyberpunk was supposed to be all about.’-William Gibson, cyberpunk author. ‘I was steeped in Heavy Metal comics of that particular time, like Metal Hurlant and a lot of Moebius’ stuff actually. I was impressed by that, and in those days I wondered, “How do I apply this to movies? How do I apply this really fresh and beautiful visual thinking to film?”’-Ridley Scott, Making of Alien, 2003.‘I think really one should really mention Moebius, because I think Moebius in a funny way is the, is the father of this kind of weird thinking ‘cause I was staring at Moebius magazines -I had them stacked in my study when I was a commercial maker, even before I did The Duellists- and I was going through these thinking, my god, they’re a great vision of futuristic ideas, so I, you know, I was influenced almost totally by Moebius.’-Ridley Scott, Hero Complex Festival, 2010.
pink eruptions
fire everything

the god machine - in bad dreams

« Previous   12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21   Next »
clear theme by parti
powered by tumblr