A 1974 Polish ad for the movie “Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla”. What’s going on here apart from awesome 70′s design!
I’ve been meaning to write about this for a while now …
Our latest music composition for film, ‘The Wilding’, directed by Grant Scicluna and produced by Jannine Barnes (Happening Films) was nominated for a Teddy Award at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival. ‘The Wilding‘ made it’s world première at this year’s festival where it screened in Generation 14plus and was also in competition for a coveted Crystal Bear.
Last weekend the Melbourne Queer Film Festival proudly announced the winner of the 2012 City of Melbourne Emerging Filmmaker Award for Best Australian Short Queer Film … Grant Scicluna for the film ‘The Wilding‘.
Here’s the trailer.
I’m an AVID ‘The Killing’ fan. Actually any Scandinavian or French crime will do me just fine. ‘Absoolootely Fabuuloos’ gets the Sara Lund treatment! Simply awesome …
Click on the pic to see Sara Lund’s and Edina Monsoon’s ‘war on words’!
Do do do do do! Dave and I LOVE the Muppets
“Music was always an important part of Jim Henson’s work. He had a strong interest in all types and had an eclectic record library. When he began writing proposals and creating concepts for The Muppet Show in the late 1960s, they always included a house band that was to appear in each episode. At that time, Jim had a strong interest in the counter-culture movement (as evidenced by his experimental film Youth ’68) and sought to reflect that in the composition of the band. One proposal from about 1970 says that the band would, “…do songs like “Sunshine” from Hair. In fact, they are all dressed to out-hair the Hair cast.” (Karen Falk archivist, the Jim Henson Company)
Dr. Teeth, Janice, Sgt. Floyd Pepper, Zoot and Animal get a wonderful makeover by Michael De Pippo @ http://michaeldepippo.com/
The original cast!
What’s not to love!
What an awesome movie. Rainn Wilson is The Crimson Bolt. He wrote, directed and starred in this subversively funny and touching film.
What do Johann Pachelbel (1653 – 1706) and The Adams Family (1964 – 1966) have in common? C’mon! They are both responsible for the dramatic spike in sales of the harpsichord. Ground breaking I know!
Cos we all know just how ‘sexssay’ advertising really is …
Thank you The Poke