Everything I love about the classic HK 80s film: the fighting sound effects, the space tracks, the old film look, even down to the font of the opening titles. What a time it was, and I’m glad I’m not alone in thinking that. I was inspired by Sarah playing some cheesy cover synth songs onContinue reading “Tribute to Hong Kong 80s Action Movies”
Category Archives: Moving Pictures
Tribeca Film Festival ’13 Notes
I wasn’t as proactive as I had hoped for this festival; running on a budget and knew I was going to fatigue quite quickly in the same manner that I was back in SxSW – falling asleep through a handful of films! I bought a Matinee pass which allowed me entry into 6 films withContinue reading “Tribeca Film Festival ’13 Notes”
SxSW 2013 – Film Notes
This was my first year @ SxSW and decided to go all in on it – Interactive, Film and Music. I managed to catch 15 films this year; it wasn’t until I was paying attention to some previews on the last day that I realised I had only scratched the surface – there were stillContinue reading “SxSW 2013 – Film Notes”
Life, Death, Synchronised Swimming and Weed
Aquadettes. If you are in need of a reality check or just love the musings and infinite wisdom of old people, watch this.
The Gnome Garden
The Gnome Garden by Elena Hattersley Cute mini-doco of a woman who likes collecting gnomes in inner-west Sydney. Love her spirit! I caught this in one of the short film screenings at the Sydney Underground Film Festival 2012.
Meanwhile in New York, during Hurricane Sandy…
La Comtesse de Castiglione
This was one of the first films which started my love affair with short films. It was sometime in 2003 on a late Friday night; I should’ve either been studying for my university entrance exams (HSC) or out trying to copulate with the opposite sex. But I was sitting in my sister’s room in frontContinue reading “La Comtesse de Castiglione”
Blessed Lightning has a vision
Tintin is mad.
Nothing in the world is sexier than…
… new standardized IAB ad formats! C’mon, you wanna rub your nipples on these. With some ice cubes. And fit a toothpick in all this somehow. Originally shared by superworkfriend Nicola Yates