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dancing with the stuntman

Stunt Poetry from Rishi Kaneria on Vimeo.

The moves of Dante Ha are usually accompanied by explosions or music sure to get the heart racing in films such as The Dark Knight Rises and X-Men: First Class…  <see full story here> @ <http://holykaw.alltop.com/>

american diplomatic memo outlined rules for yeti hunting in nepal

On December 10, 1959, Ernest Fisk of the American embassy in Kathmandu delineated the Nepalese government’s regulations on any mountaineer’s interactions with the yeti… <read the full post here> @ <http://io9.com/>

Nothing like good ol’ 50’s conspiracy…  Everyone loves sasquatch!

which director should you watch?

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Clever!

 

paintings of an aging superhero’s senior moments

Just because you’re getting older and the spandex doesn’t quite fit like it used to doesn’t mean you hang up the tights and stop fighting crime… <read the full story and see more images here> @ <http://io9.com/>

Great idea, and some top level concept work.  Couldn’t not pass it along!

the pentagon’s beetle borgs

Researchers create what may be the perfect scout: a bug controlled remotely through a chip implanted in its optic lobes and flight muscles…  <read the full story here> @ <http://discovermagazine.com/>

Awesome title!  Awesome pic! Awesome article!  AWESOME!

this is what the patent for a dinosaur suit looks like


ON-ART Corp., Tokyo (“a top artistic structure airbrush paint production company in Japan”) have just been granted their US patent (7,997,991 B2) for a “Costume suit of large size animal.” <read the full story here> @ <http://io9.com/>

Wow, have we come full circle and now the cg guys have to worry??  Everyone loves dinosaurs!

the sorcerer and the white snake

An overzealous application of CGI is the figurative boa constrictor squeezing the life out of “The Sorcerer and the White Snake,” a silly, derivative supernatural-action extravaganza that would have been better at a fraction of its f/x budget… <read full story here> @ <http://www.variety.com/>

Yikes, that’s not a very good snippet is it?  Still, really interested in tracking East/West created/distributed films…

some good tips for data wrangling on a budget

Evan Luzi, who runs the camera assistant blog The Black and Blue (and who also wrote a guest post here on NFS), takes a look at the crucial but unheralded position of data wrangler… <read full story here> @ <http://nofilmschool.com/>

You can’t underestimate this role on-set.  Growing more and more important as we go more digital as well.  This is a cool little look at the position.  mmmmmmmm data….

this abandoned tomb in belgium would be the perfect set for a horror movie

In the nineteenth century, this Belgian tomb built beneath a church was a fashionable place to bury your dead… <read full story and see more images here> @ <http://io9.com/>

Awesome location!  But why do all these pics look so illustrative??  Moss, moisture, lighting, camera filter??

 

the all-time scariest moments from found footage horror movies

Yet another found footage movie, Apollo 18, hits theaters tomorrow. The found footage genre has become a mainstay of horror, with its flickering video and shaky cameras...  <see the videos here> @ <http://io9.com/>

Couldn’t resist putting this great top ten list up in the name of us working on Rangda.