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It could be funny to have an animated cartoon about a 2 year-old baby going through the terrible 2's - or, maybe it's twins at that age to really hone in on the theme. If the twins were a boy and a girl it could also be good opportunity to explore gender roles, both with the children and the parents.

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I feel like it could be interesting to try and incorporate "The Letters of Henry Adam Wood" collaboration as interstitials for "RE: The Number Two."


The set-up of these interstitials could be that H.A. Wood has a second chance at ammending past mistakes via the letters he's writing from his death bed. But, of course, he's too much of a prick to effectively apologize. So he ends up making matters worse with each of his letters.

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When you're a kid and you're in bed when the lights go out, your senses can make your imagination go wild.


For instance, noises outside - or even in your house - seem enhanced. They can be startling or scary, for you are not seeing what is associated with the sounds.


Also, when cars drive by your house in the dark, the headlights create these long beams of light that drift across your walls and ceilings. They can seem really surreal.


Perhaps we could make some kind of short film that focuses on how all of your senses react differently when you are in the dark.

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I'd be really interested in seeing an Interstitial on Dark Rooms, focusing on how film (both for cinema and photography) is developed and processed.

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Here is a brief tutorial video on the DOWNLOADING ALBUMS AS ZIPs site feature.


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* How to Download all of an Album's RECords as a .ZIP File.


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FILM: "The Evergreen Parcels"


RELEASED: 1951


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The Danish auteur Rafe Heinder ushered in a new era of filmmaking with this provocative drama that explores the relationship between eccentric salesman Achton Ringe (Natan Yager) and recovering alcoholic Ella Handsel (Asta Roby.) Set against the backdrop of the second World War, Heinder's stylized tale of forbidden love is a meditation on the theme of self-inflicted purgatory. Complete with breathtaking cinematography and a barrage of chaotic montages, this milestone of Danish cinema became an instant classic that has long since been duplicated by generations of filmmakers that have yet to match Heinder's defininite masterpiece.

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FILM: "The Children of Echo Lane"


RELEASED: 2011


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Surreal. Striking. Sensational. Eurpoean audiences were first introduced to filmmaker Alice Berkeley's bizarre take on Peter Bradley's novella "Residential Candy" in the spring of 2011, and - after its highly lauded debut at the Canterbury Film Festival - "The Children of Echo Lane" was distributed worldwide to international acclaim. The film's narrative follows a small group of teenaged residents of a lonely dead end street as they mature together during a fateful summer of experimentation, discovery, and mental anguish. Sales for orange masks and cloaks skyrocketed in the following years as the film went on to become one of the most profitable independent cinema hits of the past decade.

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FILM: "Condolences to Yesteryear"


RELEASED: 1974


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Set within the sleepy suburbs of a small town in Illinois, Charles Toback's surreal drama explored the turmoil between Katherine (Heather Sharpe, in her film debut) and Anthony (Shane Daniels) as they embarked on a road trip through the dusty terrain of the Midwest en route to the California coast. Featuring moments of sheer shock and boundless beauty, this controversial film is perhaps best known for the deserted highway tracking shot that follows its main characters into an abandoned cattle ranch, where the film's emotionally wrenching climax occurs.

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Here is a brief tutorial video on the NEW REQUEST ITEMS site feature.


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* The 3 new Request Items we have added to collaborations: Actors, Singers, and Voice Over Artists.


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* We could do a collaborative take on pop music.


* We could examine angles of pop culture.


* Andy Warhol started pop art. Is there a modern day style that's equivalent?


* Pop (aka soda) is bad for us, but like a lot of pop culture, we can't get enough - even if we know it's "bad" for us.

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* Noise can be captured and remixed into new things.


* People can refer to music they don't like as "noise."


* There is no noise in space.


* Noise pollution is an issue in society.


 

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Here is a brief tutorial video on the AUDIO SCROLL site feature.


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* How to play and scroll through an Audio Record while in Browse, on a Collaboration page, or in an Album.


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* Some people are color blind.


* People can be judged based on the color of their skin.


* Colors can represent different moods and feelings.


* TVs used to only broadcast in black and white. When I was a kid I assumed that my parents lived in a black and white world before I was born.


 

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