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Two exhibitions examine the period of cinema history when filmmaking talent crossed the Atlantic from Berlin, the center of German-language cinema, to Hollywood.
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While writing today’s feature on Australian illustrator Ken Taylor I got myself in some trouble. The problem is that it’s almost impossible to select just a few highlights from Ken’s work, simply because all his pieces are stunning pieces of art. So I’m very sorry, but you’ll have to scroll a lot today! It will […]
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Brigitte Helm in Metropolis (1927, dir. Fritz Lang) On the creation of Robot Maria: "The concentric rings of light that surround her and move from top to bottom were in fact a little ball of silver...
Several explorations looking at the lighting and feel of Hugh Ferriss' iconic metropolis of tomorrow.
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JF Ptak Science Books Post 1034 No doubt that minds were sent reeling by Fritz Lang’s vision of the near-future (the year 2000) in his 1927 science fiction classic, Metropolis. Life and work were one for the vast mass of...
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El estudio de diseño londinense La Boca ha sido el encargado de crear un nuevo cartel de la película Metrópolis, a petición de la Dark City Gallery para celebrar el 90 aniversario del film. La Boca aceptó el proyecto para rendir un homenaje a la película de Fritz Lang haciendo un guiño al cartel original, pero dando lugar a la creación de algo nuevo.
1. Julie d’Aubigny, a French bisexual opera-singing sword fighter Julie d’Aubigny, aka “La Maupin” led a life so wild – complete with duels, grave-robbing and burning convents – that she had to be pardoned by the king not once, but twice. Known as one of history’s greatest rascals, she performed regularly with the Opéra, first singing as a soprano, and…
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