I went to see 2001: A Space Odyssey at the Greenwich Picturehouse Monday night. I was a bit worried that a digitally re-mastered film might loose something of the original – I’m looking at you Lucas! – but I need not have worried. It was a fantastic opportunity to see a great film on the big […]Read more "2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY"
During my studio review last week it was suggested that I watch Jodorosky’s Dune – a documentary on the development of a film based on Frank Herbert’s novel of the same name, that was never actually made. By chance I’d booked tickets to yesterdays showing about a month ago, at the same time as I […]Read more "JODOROWSKY’S DUNE"
Another great example of what can be done with the 2.5D technique. Tom Kucy has used the Apollo Archive to collate a series of images into a short animated film; other examples are available but in my opinion Ground Control is the best I’ve seen so far. The image above – AS07I4-1584 – is from the […]Read more "TOM KUCY: GROUND CONTROL"
The following is taken directly from the website of Blackbird Interactive : In 2010 development started with an ambitious sci-fi game entitled HARDWARE. Inspired by Homeworld, a franchise developed by some of BBI’s founders, it was originally planned as a Free to Play (F2P) real-time strategy (RTS) game. After Gearbox Software bought the Homeworld IP in […]Read more "HARDWARE: SHIPBREAKERS"
The opening cinematics for Homeworld and its sequel Homeworld 2 have always had a special placed in my memory. Both games were recently re-released as the Homeworld Remastered Collection with updated HD cinematics. I haven’t been able to find ‘official’ uploads of the cinematics, but the Homeworld and Homeworld 2 remastered introductions can be easily found on […]Read more "HOMEWORLD REMASTERED COLLECTION"
This short animated film – The Running Man – is from director Yoshiaki Kawajiri; he was also the screenwriter, character designer and animation director! Part of a collection of three short films called Meikyû monogatari (Neo Tokyo) it was released in 1987, and is typical of the gritty ultra-violent Animes that were released in the late […]Read more "Yoshiaki Kawajiri: The Running Man"