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If you really liked a particular movie, and you're hoping it made enough money to warrant a sequel, then the wealth of box-office news can be confusing. How can you tell when a movie's a hit? We asked the experts.
The Daumenkinos themselves are long rectangular flip-books comprising thirty-six pages, each of which features a black-and-white photograph on its right-hand side. When a viewer thumbs through the book, these images form a short, jerky animation — a portrait of someone Gerling will have met whilst travelling around Germany. Gerling shoots the flip-books by attaching a motor to a Nikon 3 camera, so it captures three images per second for twelve seconds in total.
The first short, Thumb Warswas created as a television special and spawned the rest of the series. The entire series is available in a box set called "All Thumbs", which does not include the Double Feature or "The Thumbersons" short. It is currently unknown when " Thumbtanic " and "The Godthumb" will air.
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Shen Thuu Tay and Jovy Low are friends who work together in advertising, an industry with the adage "if an idea sticks in your head till the next day and the day after, it's an idea worth keeping". Hear their story of what drives them, presented at PechaKucha Petaling Jaya vol. They also speak about the many European movie Awards given to the films in Japan. Yuri Kubota then explores the development of future Japanese animated films.
The Season of Classic Films with free screenings has started. This summer, those who live or travel within the territory of one of the thirteen participating countries, will have the opportunity to enjoy some of the most beloved movies of the past decades for free. In addition, the screenings will take place in some of the most interesting cultural heritage venues in various cities and towns.
September marked the start of the 20th TV season for movie reviewers Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert--an impressive achievement in the capricious world of television, especially for a show whose format has remained basically unchanged over two decades: two newspaper guys sitting around talking about the movies and showing film clips. They are the most recognized, the most watched and the most influential critics in the world, an American pop culture institution. Though each maintains solo gigs and projects neither would be interviewed for this articlethey are forever inextricably linked in the public consciousness: Siskel and Ebert, Ebert and Siskel, Thumb and Thumber. With their opposable thumbs on the pulse of mainstream moviegoers, Siskel and Ebert have empowered the populace to become home-grown critics by employing the up-or-down gesture that has become their signature.