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CGI’s Manifest Destiny: Leaving the Uncanny Valley

11 hours ago

By Jacob Oller

We can’t blur out Superman’s mustache, but we can do a lot of other things. t’s 2017 and computer graphics have gotten so close to what we see every day that the term photorealistic is now aptly applied to animation of all kinds. Leaps and strides towards this strange goal have been taken since animation’s […]

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- Jacob Oller

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M As In Mirror: The Self-Examination of ‘M’

12 hours ago

By Jacob Oller

Fritz Lang’s first talkie concerned how we deal with evil. n 1931, evil and how to solve it in practical terms was the realm of philosophy and the “high” art forms like literature. But director Fritz Lang tackled the subject with guns blazing and sound design whistling in his thriller M. Peter Lorre’s serial child killer […]

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The Persistence of Vision: Paul Thomas Anderson’s Auterism

17 hours ago

By Jacob Oller

Selfishness in direction, but in the best possible way. irector Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the most predominant examples of a modern auteur working today. His films, including Inherent Vice, The Master, There Will Be Blood, and Boogie Nights, are all inextricably his. Figuring out how to put his imagination on screen is the […]

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