everyframeapainting

Movie Recommendations

everyframeapainting:

20 Movies I Study for Editing
(Not definitive, just 20 to watch if you’re interested)

Sherlock Jr. (1924) ed. Buster Keaton
The Man with the Movie Camera (1929) ed. Dziga Vertov
The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) ed. Daniel Mandell
The Red Shoes (1948) ed. Reginald Mills
The Wages of Fear (1953) ed. Madeleine Gug, Etiennette Muse & Henri Rust
Seven Samurai (1954) ed. Akira Kurosawa 
Rififi (1955) ed. Roger Dwyre
Shoot the Piano Player (1960) ed. Claudine Bouché & Cécile Decugis
Last Year at Marienbad (1961) ed. Jasmine Chasney & Henri Colpi
Branded to Kill (1967) ed. Akira Suzuki 

Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) ed. Nino Baragli
Rosemary’s Baby (1968) ed. Sam O’Steen & Bobby Wyman
F for Fake (1973) ed. Orson Welles, Marie-Sophie Dubus & Dominique Engerer 
The Conversation (1974) ed. Walter Murch
Star Wars (1977) ed. Marcia Lucas, Paul Hirsch & Richard Chew
Goodfellas (1990) ed. Thelma Schoonmaker
Drunken Master 2 (1994) ed. Peter Cheung
Hana-bi (1997) ed. Takeshi Kitano & Yoshinori Ohta 
In the Mood for Love (2000) ed. William Chang Suk-ping
Millennium Actress (2001) ed. Satoshi Terauchi

Five South Korean Movies I Like
Take Care of My Cat (2001) dir. Jeong Jae-eun
Memories of Murder (2003) dir. Bong Joon-ho
Oldboy (2003) dir. Park Chan-wook
Save the Green Planet! (2003) dir. Jang Joon-hwan
3-Iron aka Bin-jip (2004) dir. Kim Ki-duk

Five Short Films I Like
One Froggy Evening (1955) dir. Chuck Jones
La Jetée (1962) dir. Chris Marker
Wallace & Gromit: The Wrong Trousers (1993) dir. Nick Park
The Heart of the World (2000) dir. Guy Maddin
Fast Film (2003) dir. Virgil Widrich

Enjoy
-Tony

Crossed off the ones I’ve seen so far. :3

Also, Branded To Kill! Yes! What a hidden, bizarre gem.

atomicdomme
actuallyintersex:

misohead:

aaron-in-transit:

purpleferretspirit:

murasaki-pengi:

blackenedbutterfly:

emphasize:

fuzzyhorns:


L0031936 Credit: Wellcome Library, London Intersex Society of North Americawww.isna.org PO Box 3070 MI 48106-3070‘Phall-O-meter’ (Showing in actual scale currentmedical standards employed to determine nature ofgenital plastic surgery for children born withmixed sex anatomy)In copyright ? Collection: Wellcome Images

please reblog the fuck out of this

What in the actual fuck.

WHAT THE FUCK

… what the— is this legit!?

Yeah it is. The phrase “three standard deviations below the mean” is the common reason for removing a male fallus and assigning the baby a female gender.
If you think about it, this actually sums up, pretty well, our society.

It physically hurt my stomach to see this.

Same >_< I’ve reblogged this before but it needs more publicity so I’m doing it again.

Unfortunately, this is nothing new and is still used today. ~Mod A

actuallyintersex:

misohead:

aaron-in-transit:

purpleferretspirit:

murasaki-pengi:

blackenedbutterfly:

emphasize:

fuzzyhorns:

L0031936 Credit: Wellcome Library, London 
Intersex Society of North America
www.isna.org PO Box 3070 MI 48106-3070
‘Phall-O-meter’ (Showing in actual scale current
medical standards employed to determine nature of
genital plastic surgery for children born with
mixed sex anatomy)
In copyright ?
 
Collection: Wellcome Images

please reblog the fuck out of this

What in the actual fuck.

WHAT THE FUCK

… what the— is this legit!?

Yeah it is. The phrase “three standard deviations below the mean” is the common reason for removing a male fallus and assigning the baby a female gender.

If you think about it, this actually sums up, pretty well, our society.

It physically hurt my stomach to see this.

Same >_< I’ve reblogged this before but it needs more publicity so I’m doing it again.

Unfortunately, this is nothing new and is still used today. ~Mod A

pangodango
pangodango:

Hooray! Lovely Little Thieves has arrived!
Download the demo here and play away! I know it still needs work, so please send feedback to the tumblr here so we can work away at making the game the best it can possibly be. :D
So, that’s the good news. The bad news is this just the first half of the free demo. So, 1 hour of gameplay instead of 2, and 15 choices instead of 40. 
What? Why?
Because ren’py hates me, that’s why. Specifically, it hates the way I decided to branch the journey up the hill to the mansion. Sometimes it’ll work and sometimes it won’t, so I’m re-arranging scenes and variables to make sure those scenes run without crashing no matter what choices you’ve made to get to them. (One of the downfalls of a choice-heavy game, I guess.)
It was hours more work, so I had two options: put a disclaimer *in the game* that said we were skipping about a third of the game to arrive at the mansion at the end, where the game stops having crash problems, or just have the demo end (temporarily) before the scenes with crash problems. I chose the latter so as not to take people out of the story/avoid any issues.
BUT COME HELL OR HIGH WATER THIS WAS GOING UP *TODAY* LIKE I SAID IT WOULD BE! @_@ I’m on track to fixing all the bugs in the second half by this Friday the 12th, so then I’ll edit the file with the second half, along with any bug fixes you might run into.
Thank you all once again for being so supportive and please enjoy this first little step into the story of Lovely Little Thieves. :)

Play the demo! 

pangodango:

Hooray! Lovely Little Thieves has arrived!

Download the demo here and play away! I know it still needs work, so please send feedback to the tumblr here so we can work away at making the game the best it can possibly be. :D

So, that’s the good news. The bad news is this just the first half of the free demo. So, 1 hour of gameplay instead of 2, and 15 choices instead of 40. 

What? Why?

Because ren’py hates me, that’s why. Specifically, it hates the way I decided to branch the journey up the hill to the mansion. Sometimes it’ll work and sometimes it won’t, so I’m re-arranging scenes and variables to make sure those scenes run without crashing no matter what choices you’ve made to get to them. (One of the downfalls of a choice-heavy game, I guess.)

It was hours more work, so I had two options: put a disclaimer *in the game* that said we were skipping about a third of the game to arrive at the mansion at the end, where the game stops having crash problems, or just have the demo end (temporarily) before the scenes with crash problems. I chose the latter so as not to take people out of the story/avoid any issues.

BUT COME HELL OR HIGH WATER THIS WAS GOING UP *TODAY* LIKE I SAID IT WOULD BE! @_@ I’m on track to fixing all the bugs in the second half by this Friday the 12th, so then I’ll edit the file with the second half, along with any bug fixes you might run into.

Thank you all once again for being so supportive and please enjoy this first little step into the story of Lovely Little Thieves. :)

Play the demo!