Recreating the magic of silent cinema – so compelling it works in 2011! It’s even projected in 1:33 (the square shape screen of old films, unlike the standard rectangle of today’s pictures). Charming, moving, beautiful – what a great experience. Worth the trip to the theater for this one.
December 15, 2011
Could a Yiddish text from the Middle Ages serve as a guide to living now? Book composer and typographer Scott-Martin Kosofsky revives unlikely sources of “customs” for leading a modern life and marking sacred time. For Hanukkah and all the seasons upon us.
Super piece on narrative and artificial intelligence
Fantastic!! Via – Daniel Petter-Lipstein
December 1, 2011
Amoral zombies. Loving vampires. Righteous serial killers. And lots of God. That’s all in the new TV season — a place where great writers and actors are telling the story of our time — playfully, violently, soulfully.