Mannequin puppets are posing as they have always done: perfect, flawless and beautyfull. When a fly intrudes their space, everything falls apart.
Exploring impressionistic, emotional and sensory environments found within the vast natural and urban landscapes of America. Neither image nor sound takes precedence: the two interact and combine preserving a raw sense of the discovery that field recordings and in-camera edited film rushes often yield.
Every fall a store called NOMAD in Cambridge, on Mass Av,e puts up a window display of Mexican Day of the Dead pieces. My birthday is November, 3, so I am hyper aware of the death/resurrection fall celebration --. this is my sidewalk pedestrian note.
1. Intro 2. Overcome 3. In your face 4. G.F.Y. 5. Parasite 6. Fight back 7. Under the flag 8. Together 9. Hellbound 10. Old school medley 11. Away 12. Test of time 13. No tolerance 14. F.P. 15. Last hope
Tarô Araki's directorial debut; he starred alongside Kyôko Godai, occasional scriptwriter for Hisayasu Satô also appearing.
Uses first-person accounts from Missourians who went to the Fair in 1904, interviews with historians, archival motion pictures, and photographs to situate the St. Louis Fair in the social, political, and cultural context of American society in 1904. Covers American civilization at the turn of the century; the representation of history; authenticity; modernity; dress and body language; oral history and childhood memories; world fairs as experiences; and receiving information through visual symbols, words, and exhibits.
An actuality of the Brock's fireworks factory to celebrate its 40th anniversary organizes. The final shot has two flaming portraits of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, originally presented by Brock's at the coronation in 1902. The film is a cornucopia of colors, as it was originally a hand-painted film. The 2011 restoration has tried to revive the brilliance and the impact of colors through digital reproduction. The original film archival print is at the National Cinema Museum.
Military Air Displays: The Red Arrows and More Military Air Displays - The Red Arrows and More is jam packed with something for every military aviation enthusiast. From military aircraft of the Second World War right up to the modern day with the RAFs latest frontline fighter, the Typhoon. Performing an outstanding display of its capabilities, the RAF Typhoon is followed by two of the RAFs supply aircraft, the VC-10 and Tri-Star. The Harrier display is simply awe-inspiring.