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Hits & Misses 2019: Surveying the Success of the Sundance Film Festival’s Theatrical Releases

Awkwafina and Tzi Ma in The Farewell (courtesy of A24)

The times, they keep a-changin’. In its immediate aftermath, the story out of Sundance 2019 was its bounteous acquisition market and record-setting sales numbers—from New Line’s $15 million purchase of Blinded by the Light to Amazon Studios’ $27 million splurge…  Read more

By Dec 10, 2019

The Inner Reaches Out of Space

Liminal Realities (by/courtesy of FLOAT LAND)

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By Dec 10, 2019

Digital Wanderlust: On Wim Wenders’s Until the End of the World

Solveig Dommartin in Until the End of the World (courtesy of the Criterion Collection)

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By Dec 10, 2019

Inside Out Planets: NASA’s Influence on Cinema’s Visions of Outer Space

Cutaway views of the Toroidal Colonies. Art by Rick Guidice. Photos courtesy of NASA Ames Research Center.

In 1975, an interdisciplinary group of engineers, artists, physicists, architects and urban planners convened for 10 weeks at Stanford University and the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California. The group assembled to design complete and convincing systems for…  Read more

By Sep 4, 2019


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