Behind the Scenes of 2001: A Space Odyssey

In 1968, Stanley Kubrick produced the most epic and greatest science fiction film of all time, 2001: A Space Odyssey. This cinematic masterpiece revolved around themes of society, human evolution, and technology with a metaphysical and existential approach. The overwhelming images and visionary concepts Kubrick captured will always be a benchmark and forever a grand…

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“Moments” – Will Hoffman

Filmmaker Will Hoffman was inspired to create a short film entitled ‘Moments’ which portrays the particular ticks and moments in life influenced from David Eagleman‘s book of 40 lives, ‘Sum’. This segment was originally part of WNYC & NPR Radiolab.

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How Art Changed The World: Documentary

Pictures of the human body fill our TV screens, magazines, billboards, almost our every waking moment. Through the ages artists have been obsessed with the human form. The range of bodies they have created is breathtaking, but yet they share one thing in common… none of these images resembles a real human being. So why…

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Yoshi Sodeoka

Yoshi Sodeoka is a fine artist/filmmaker from Japan. Quite honestly a personal big inspiration of mine, reason being he uses film as a physical art form. Entertainment, money, flashing lights, celebrity status is out the window with this artist. He focuses on what truly expands the mind, at the same time releasing chemical dopamines. Check…

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Smut Capital of America

Smut Capital of America is the title of Michael Stabile’s in-progress documentary which chronicles San Francisco’s reign as the center of porn production in the U.S. during the early 70s. Follow the docu-series at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on July 21st 2011. More info & trailer below.

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