In this unmissable look at the magic of comics, Scott McCloud bends the presentation format into a cartoon-like experience, where colorful diversions whiz through childhood fascinations and imagined futures that our eyes can hear and touch.
All good stuff but the great stuff starts 12 minutes in:
So the question was: was there any way to preserve that spatial relationship while still taking advantage of all of the things that digital had to offer us?
Pe&Fu, Memoirs of a Heart is Now available with English subtitles!
40s. Pepe plays it. He asks Fuencisla to look to the side and when he turns plants a kiss on the cheek. Sixty-five years later, Pepe keeps kissing his wife daily, but only one of them remembers that first kiss on the outskirts of Segovia. Pe&Fu, Memoirs of a heart is the story of an indomitable love.
Pe&Fu, Memoirs of a heart was released exclusively in the online version of El Periódico de Cataluña and the cover of his Cuaderno de Domingo in the written version.
As much as film-making has become democratized I don’t think everyone is called to be a film-maker. When the canvas and paint became affordable to the masses it didn’t qualify anyone as an artist. It just made the tools cheaper and easier to obtain. Truthfully I’m not sure what qualifies anyone…
I had the honor of doing an Ignite Talk at Spark Camp - Design a few weeks ago. It was quite an experience. Not only for the Ignite Talk itself but also in preparing for it. The 5-minute time limit and the auto-advancing slides is a fantastic format. Nerve wracking, of course, but a great…
“My life was based around work. My passion turned into routine. I almost burned out and it took me a while to understand what was happening. After selling all camera equipment in March 2012 to take a 7 month break, motivation is back and life is more balanced than it ever was.” Rene Eckert
In Mississippi, a new law threatens to shut down the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the last abortion provider in the state. Award-winning filmmaker and photographer Maisie Crow and writer Alissa Quart provide an intimate portrait of the lives at the center of this political maelstrom. From one of the clinic’s doctors, who feels duty-bound to travel there each week from out of state; to a leading protester, a doctor who once performed abortions herself; to the young women wrestling with a decision that will change the course of their lives, this unique multimedia story takes you beyond the slogans. The Last Clinic is an illuminating and moving portrait of the humanity behind an incendiary issue.
“I’ve been involved with the movement for women’s reproductive rights for over 40 years, both as an activist and a writer, and this is by far the best reporting I have ever seen on the subject. Alissa Quart and Maisie Crow offer a view from the frontlines of the abortion conflict that is both intimate and bracingly challenging.” —Barbara Ehrenreich, bestselling author of Nickel and Dimed, Bait and Switch, and other books.