A friend, colleague, and fellow film enthusiast has uploaded a neat little project he directed for part of his stint over at York University. In regards to my spiel about film moving into the digital age, I think this is a great specimen to tease out a particular point.
Friday, 17 June 2011
Sitting here with a freshly resuscitated laptop, I am forced to come to terms with the fact that, like it or not, I have hopelessly and completely moved into a digital age. Sure, naysayers and the autocratical nature of sheer technological progression have pointed to this for many years (I distinctly remember my first 'real' computer almost a decade ago, and how that was supposed to be my big move), but I never really felt it until I was unable to access digital copies of my film collection.
Posted by Nick Gergesha at 09:38
Wednesday, 8 June 2011
Saturday, 4 June 2011
Melancholia (n). 1: deep sadness or gloom; melancholy: rain slithered down the windows, encouraging a creeping melancholia.
Melancholia (n). 2: when one sees a really silly movie: Jake saw an insincere piece of pretentious garbage called Melancholia, and subsequently felt the pains of melancholia
Posted by Jake Howell at 18:18