Filmed over nearly three years, the film follows renowned artist Vik Muniz, as he journeys from his home base in Brooklyn to his native Brazil and the world’s largest garbage dump — Jardim Gramacho, located on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro.
The creatures are vividly described in the novel and Mr. Johnson has done an excellent job of remaining true to this description, while creating a creature and experience wholly unique to his vision.
The new Google Timelapse project. The partnership blends 28 years of satellite imagery and Google Earth Engine technology to show the impact of human activity on the planet.
“There is nothing on Earth that has not been touched by a hand of human beings. The men explored every inch of the Earth’s surface. But calling our relationship with the world friendly and healthy would be delicately speaking an exaggeration.”
“This film is pretty to watch. As previously mentioned this film is best presented to a class of fifth graders. They have no jobs to go to, no bills to pay, no groceries to buy, and no perspective based in realism.”
Filmed on five continents, featuring cities such as New York, Cape Town, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Berlin and Sao Paulo, Bomb It explores the interplay between worldwide graffiti movements, the global proliferation of “Quality of Life” laws, and the fight for control over public space.
The film takes a fairly detailed look at his life from his disappointing youth to his early days working in the Swiss patent office where he developed his most notable theories.
Michael Moore’s “Bowling for Columbine” is a great film. It is very entertaining, it has a funky beat and you can dance to it. That being said, it is not a great documentary.
‘The Four Horsemen’ by Ross Ashcroft is a feature documentary which attempts to place reigns of worldwide oppression firmly in the hands of American economic and military policies; Not taking into account the good which has come from Empirical ages handed down throughout time.
“Caldera” is an 11-minute computer animated short film released in 2012. It was directed by Evan Viera, co-written by Chris Bishop, co-produced by Chris Perry, and created in conjunction with Bit Films.
I used to call myself a war photographer. Now I consider myself as an anti war photographer.
“The Battle of Chernobyl” by Thomas Johnson is an in depth and often intimate look at the night Chernobyl experienced history’s first ever serious nuclear accident.
As with all wars, the main victims are those innocent civilians stuck in the middle and McCullin’s descriptions of such people really put life into perspective and the luxuries that we all take for granted.
The film is 94 minutes 53 seconds long and includes scenes selected from 4,500 hours of footage in 80,000 submissions from 192 nations.