Nicht viel, aber geil: Wunderbares Musikvideo von Andy Hull und Robert McDowell aus dem Soundtrack zu Swiss Army Man (Trailer hatte ich hier), dazu ein neuer Trailer zu Werner Herzogs Lo And Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World, zwei Clips zum chinesischen Animationsfilm Big Fish and Begonia und zum Drama Maggie's Plan.
This is the lyric video for “Montage”—a single taken from the “Swiss Army Man-Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”. The song was written and performed by Andy Hull and Robert McDowell of Manchester Orchestra and features vocals by the film’s stars Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe. “Montage” will be released as a single on June 3rd. […]
Outrageously fun and deeply affecting, “Swiss Army Man” is a gonzo buddy comedy that is the feature film debut of acclaimed music video directors Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan (collectively known as DANIELS, and responsible for the visionary “Turn Down For What” video, along with Manchester Orchestra’s “Simple Math” video among many others).
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Legendary master filmmaker Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Cave of Forgotten Dreams) examines the past, present and constantly evolving future of the Internet in Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World. Working with NETSCOUT, a world leader in-real time service assurance and cybersecurity, which came aboard as a producer and led him into a new world, Herzog conducted original interviews with cyberspace pioneers and prophets such as PayPal and Tesla co-founder Elon Musk, Internet protocol inventor Bob Kahn, and famed hacker Kevin Mitnick.
These provocative conversatons reveal the ways in which the online world has transformed how virtually everything in the real world works, from business to education, space travel to healthcare, and the very heart of how we conduct our personal relationships. In the words of executive producer Jim McNiel, “It’s a journey even Werner, with his immense imagination and inquisitive mind, didn’t expect. Unless you have lived in the technology space, you don’t yet fully appreciate what dwells there.” Herzog adds: “It is one of the biggest revolutions we as humans are experiencing.”
Inspired by a myth from the ancient Chinese Taoist classic Zhuangzi. The film also integrates many stories from other Chinese classics such as Classic of Mountains and Seas and In Search of the Supernatural. Liang Xuan and Zhang Chun spent many difficult years together on the project. It began when they made a short flash animation called Big Fish & Begonia and put it online in May 2004. The film was well acclaimed and they decided to make it into a feature length film, forming B&T Studio in 2005. However, they couldn't get funding for the film until 2007, when a small amount of money finally came in.
The two immersed themselves in the project, but the money quickly ran out. They finished the script in 2009, but, despite the fact that many investors were interested in the fantasy world made up for the film, no one believed that such a film could sell on the market. The project was filed away for several years and revived after Liang posted on Weibo in June 2013, China's microblogging website, asking for help and spreading word of the film.
Many animation fans called it "the dawn of the Chinese animation industry" and voted it as the "most anticipated animated film." (Wikipedia)
Maggie (Greta Gerwig) has never sustained a relationship longer than six months – but desperately wants a baby. She solicits a sperm donation from a friend, but has hardly begun the artificial insemination process when she consummates a budding romance with John (Ethan Hawke), an unhappily married academic hailed as “the bad boy of fictocritical anthropology.”
Maggie’s rejuvenating enthusiasm lures John away from his brilliant but domineering Danish wife Georgette Nørgaard (Julianne Moore) and the two settle down to raise their daughter. Everything has gone according to Maggie’s plan; so why isn’t she happy, and what meddlesome scheme will she concoct next? Maggie’s Plan is a charming, sophisticated and funny exploration of the unexpected complexities of modern romance.