9 Film Frames is a single topic blog on Tumblr that presents the entirety of a movie in nine panels. The frames include anything from key plot points to popular scenes that have gone on to leave their mark in film history. The blog is an ongoing project that includes a wide variety of films [...]
Want to see what London looked like back in the year 1927? Check out this beautiful colour footage shot in various London locations by Claude Friese-Greene, an early British pioneer of film. Frisse-Greene created a series of travelogues nearly 90 years ago using a colour process developed by his father William Friese-Greene. The film has [...]
It’s hard to say what’s more interesting about this video in which a CNN reporter tours the New South China Mall, the largest mall in the world when it was built five years ago, now a deserted ghost-mall. On the one had, there’s the “eerie urban landscape” of the mall itself, and on the other, [...]
We love behind-the-scenes photography, especially when it’s a film we’re so fond of. Over on Vintage Everyday, they’ve unearthed shots from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The film shot in 1973, followed the fortune of Sir Galahad and his journey into the nether regions of England on a holy quest. We particularly love the [...]
Screened at the TEDxSydney conference on Saturday The First Taste captures in delightfully slow motion the unfettered reactions of a group of children trying foods such as anchovy, Vegemite and olives for the first time. Matt Gilmour, creative director at marketing agency Saatchi & Saatchi, says the inspiration for the film came from his two-year-old [...]
While the northern hemisphere slowly, but surely creeps out what must have been the longest winter on record, spare a thought for marine scientist Cassandra Brooks. She’s been on a two-month journey on an Antarctic ice breaker, which she has narrated the journey in this fascinating video. Check out the ice ramming and the fishing [...]
A brand new musical, based on the iconic novel ‘American Psycho’ by Bret Easton Ellis, is coming to the Almeida Theatre in London this December. They’ve decided to raise some funds over on Kickstarter, by creating a very cool/geeky accessory to show your support for the production. A 1GB “Patrick Bateman” business card has been [...]
It’s the biggest R-rated comedy franchise in history and on May 24 – in America anyway – the third installment of The Hangover franchise will be released. The Hollywood Reporter has a hilarious interview the actors and director Todd Phillips about Lindsay Lohan’s meeting, Mel Gibson’s ill-fated cameo and how they tricked the baby’s mom. [...]
Photographer Vincent Glielmi sheds a fascinating light on the people who attend the comic conferences across the world. These people are the ones who come dressed as their favourite characters from books, comics, and films – but in this setting take on a far stranger and more unusual context. Click the pic to see more.
NextMovie released a supercut video of Will Ferrel yelling in movies. A full list of the movies, in order of appearance, is available on NextMovie. Get him angry. You’ll like him when he’s angry.