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    Chris Milk, VRSE, & VR Films With Heart -

    “With virtual reality, I’m not interested in the novelty factor,” says … Milk. “I’m interested in the foundations for a medium that could be more powerful than cinema, than theatre, than literature … (from Stuart Dredge, The Guardian)

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    Not to miss: DIRTY WARS & SEARCHING FOR SUGARMAN -

    In case you haven’t heard, DIRTY WARS, directed by Jeremy Scahill, is a well-researched, comprehensive look at the hundreds of covert operations going on around the world by secret U.S. military units, including the targeted killings of American citizens without due process.

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    Extremely Short Shorts -

    In an age of tweets and texts, cellphone novels and films created with iPhones, it seems that short is in vogue, at least when it comes to technology-enabled communications and artistic expression. Perhaps it’s the fast pace of our lives these days. Everyone’s so busy. No one seems to have any time. Or, maybe it’s the easy and affordable access people now have to the technology. With just the expense of a smartphone, anyone can make a film, particularly a short film, right?

  • John Bailey on Nollywood -

      From the blog of John Bailey, Cinematographer and Film Director …     Pieter (Hugo) in Nollywood   No one is likely to conflate the dangerous, kinetic world of Nigerian Nollywood action movies with the benign fantasies of Lewis Carroll, although each portrays a surreal universe. The Nollywood portraits of South African photographer Pieter […]