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We hosted the creative department for a client Euro-Pro of boston for a two day intensive creative work shop. Excellent experience with talks by Designer Karim Rashid, Photogrpher Torkil Gudnasom and Meres One of 5Pointz Grafitti Center. A visit to Art of the Brick and a marvelous wrap meal at Tertulia NYC.

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Nonstop Movie of the Week: Fish Tank (UK, 2009)Andrea Arnold opens her jagged portrayal of angry and friendless 15 year ...
12/05/2011

Nonstop Movie of the Week: Fish Tank (UK, 2009)

Andrea Arnold opens her jagged portrayal of angry and friendless 15 year old Mia in somewhat familiar troubled youth/urban blight territory, but quickly strays from the predictable (and comfortable). The mostly hand-held camera work and moments of purposefully awkward pacing create a tension that is left undispersed thoughout the film.

This, added to the impeccable cast (with a special nod to Kierston Wareing as Joanne, Mia's self-absorbed and unprepared mother), would be enough to warrant a view, but it is the authentic, stunning performance by Katie Jarvis that truly sets this film apart from other down-and-out youth dramas. She effortlessly handles Mia's shifts between bristling anger and sweet shyness, developing her portrayal consistently with the slow undoing of her character's self-imposed isolation through her relationship with her mother's new boyfriend.

Nonstop Movie of the Week: I Saw the Devil (South Korea, 2010)Rarely does one describe a film with an achilles tendon-se...
11/28/2011

Nonstop Movie of the Week: I Saw the Devil (South Korea, 2010)

Rarely does one describe a film with an achilles tendon-severing scene as precise and beautiful, but Kim Ji-woon's jaw-dropping thriller I Saw the Devil is as impressive as it is brutal . Ji-woon's impeccable sense of timing creates just the right building of tension before the release afforded by gruesome violence, accentuated by very careful frame composition and unique visual stylization.

Ji-woon directs his actors in a very subdued manner, with the notable exception of Choi Min-sik, who is terrifying in his violently calm portrayal of Kyung-chul, a psycopath being targeted by his latest victim's fiancée, Soo-hyun (Lee Byung-hun).

While torturing his prey by repeatedly capturing and releasing him, Soo-hyun's goal of inflicting the same pain on Kyung-chul as he has caused on his victims leads us in an escalating study in vengeance and brutality, blurring the lines between justified vengeance and pure psycopathy.

Nonstop Movie of the Week: Downfall (Germany, 2004)Downfall offers a frightening and somber look into the final days of ...
11/21/2011

Nonstop Movie of the Week: Downfall (Germany, 2004)

Downfall offers a frightening and somber look into the final days of Adolf Hitler and the collapse of his Third Reich, as the Russian Army closes in on Berlin.

With its few outside scenes depicting the devastation and disintegration of German capital, the movie is mostly set in the cramped and confined spaces of Hitler's bunker. Bruno Ganz's convincing portrayal of the delusional Fürer shows him ignoring all pleas to surrender, and being defiant to the end, blaming his incompetent generals and the weak people of Germany for the loss of the war.

War is a nasty business and this movie very effectively shows the complicated nature of a collapsing leadership faced with imminent defeat.

Nonstop Movie of the Week: 12 Angry Men (USA, 1957)Sidney Lumet's engrossing first feature film is as pure as filmmaking...
11/14/2011

Nonstop Movie of the Week: 12 Angry Men (USA, 1957)

Sidney Lumet's engrossing first feature film is as pure as filmmaking can be. Stripped bare, with one set, no special effect or explosions, the film is a powerful character study rarely seen today. In a seemingly open-shut murder case, juror number 8 raises the question of reasonable doubt, setting off the emotionally charged and constantly tense interaction between the 12 members of the jury.

A few years ago, a screening of Lumet's film immediately following 12 Angry Men on Broadway felt like the perfect way to experience the brilliantly written play - it felt as if Lumet transported me from my seat in the theater right onto the stage, involving me in a way a play alone could not hope to do. The camera work of Boris Kaufman is nothing short of brilliant. In the confined space of a single room, he moves carefully, without being noticed, yet capturing every emotion expressed by the men throughout their discussion.

It is a film that can (and should) be enjoyed over and over again. Its peeling away of layers of emotions from each character creates a different set of nuances in our perception of their personality with each viewing.

Nonstop Movie of the Week: Bill Cunningham New York (USA, 2010)"We all dress for Bill," says Anna Wintour of Vogue Magaz...
10/31/2011

Nonstop Movie of the Week: Bill Cunningham New York (USA, 2010)

"We all dress for Bill," says Anna Wintour of Vogue Magazine, in this moving and captivating portrait of a man who is without a doubt a true New York institution. Criss-crossing the city night and day on his bike, Bill Cunningham has been capturing street fashion and society events for what seems like an eternity - and now the lens is turned on him, giving us a wonderfully honest look into the life of a man familiar to many, but known to few.

Nonstop Movie of the Week: Europa Europa (Germany, 1990)Agnieszka Holland's amazing film follows a young Jewish boy's un...
10/24/2011

Nonstop Movie of the Week: Europa Europa (Germany, 1990)

Agnieszka Holland's amazing film follows a young Jewish boy's unlikely rise within the Hitler Youth as a means of surviving the Holocaust. Based on a true story by Solomon Perel, it's a poignant, and at times funny, depiction of the irony and absurdity of war. It features a truly memorable performance by Marco Hofschneider in his feature film debut as Solomon Perel, and a very young Julie Delpy as the staunch Nazi supporter Leni, his impossible love interest.

Nonstop Movie of the Week: Just Another Love Story (Denmark, 2007)“Just Another Love Story” is anything but. From th...
10/17/2011

Nonstop Movie of the Week: Just Another Love Story (Denmark, 2007)

“Just Another Love Story” is anything but. From the three opening love scenes we get a taste of the uneasiness that will stay with us all the way to the twisted end of this masterfully crafted film noir.

10/10/2011
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