Charades and snacks.
Charades and snacks.
Dinners with asian girls.
Poor dog was shaking and had to be carried by the owner at the end of the walk.
Crying in movie theaters (2013)
2013 Envelope Screening Series: Directors Spike Jonze (“Her”), Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave”), John Lee Hancock (“Saving Mr. Banks”), J.C. Chandor (“All Is Lost”), Nicole Holofcener (“Enough Said”) and Paul Greengrass (“Captain Phillips”) discuss their films.
There’s some pretty interesting tidbits too, including Jonze elaborating on a project he tried to make prior to “Being John Malkovich.” “The worst failures are when you fail yourself, you fail your [original] intention,” he said. “I’ve come to realize success to me is, ‘How close did I get to that original feeling that I started with?’ The initial feeling that set me in motion that makes you have to do something.” The “Her” director then shared a story about his first would-be film that fell apart and went unproduced, an adaptation of Crockett Johnson’s “Harold & The Purple Crayon.” Jonze worked on the movie for a year and half, but said by that time the vision of the movie had veered off course from its original aims, due to studio notes and interference. —Kevin Jagernauth, The Playlist
Watch the discussion in full by clicking on the image below.
2013 screenplays to read/study:
Augmented Reality graffiti project by Andy Biar and Andrew Bueno can place Kinect 3D video captures to locations or signs - video embedded below:
Peek is an application for mobile devices which allows you to view virtual performers in physical space using augmented reality. Developed by Andy Biar and Andrew Bueno, Peek forces users to reconsider the idea that familiar spaces are immutable, and encourages them to engage with their surroundings.Biar and Bueno developed scripts to import 3D models from the RGBD Toolkit (for Kinect-based 3D video capture) into the Unity3D game engine.
More info can be found here
Having a moment with @vonsubmarine
happy new year.
wake up with your neighbors vomit on the balcony just like it’s any other day.
fuck you neighbors, you’re all assholes.
— Barbara Kingsolver (via miggylol)