Memorable dialogue from the 1960-ish film, Your Name Here. “The ultimate generic industrial film, built around every script and visual cliche.”
Guy 1: Geez. Did you ever see so many Indians?
Guy 2: Like, man, there must be a million of ‘em. We better like… go on back.
Guy 1: What’s the matter? You some kind of a nut or something? What about our age old dream of a better life?
Guy 2: Oh yeah. Well. Okay. Like… wagons ho.
Another lovely scene from the web series, The Third. Written, produced and directed by Emon Hassan.
One of the many beautifully composed scenes from the web series, The Third. Written, produced and directed by Emon Hassan, starring Philip Willingham.
The Third is a supernatural/mystery web series based in New York City, an island where destiny has brought many of its inhabitants from around the world. The Third’s job is to make sure no one escapes their fate.
At the Castro for Noir Xmas.
Scenes from the beautiful animated short, I Lived on the Moon, by Yannick Puig with music by Kwoon. I first discovered it several years ago and it’s stayed with me. Visit the official website to learn about the animator’s process and see some of his inspirations. I recommend watching it on his vimeo webpage. Here are the lyrics to the music. Via the I lived on the Moon Official Website.
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