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350 post-its. 33 colors. 4 glue sticks. 2 weeks.


I am incredibly proud of this piece like crazyinsanejumpingupanddownstoopid proud of this piece.


(The rays are so straight, it makes me want to cry.)


Consider this my vote for a new hevn reboot.


 


download for bigger size and better quality ^_^

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**inspired by The Shuttersmith's original synopsis ^_^


FILM: Above It All


RELEASED: July 2023


It takes one young boy and a pair of wings to lure director Che Barker out of his “indefinite hiatus.” The For I Have Sinned (2006) director triumphantly returns with this live action film adaptation of the critically acclaimed animated short Above It All (2013) on its ten year anniversary.  The film follows Daniel (Benjamin O’Lyle), a misunderstood twelve year old, as he fastens a pair of makeshift wings. When Daniel takes flight, he soars upwards and on as each object, each person, each place becomes one glowing orb spinning slowly in space. In his afternoon adventure, Daniel encounters various characters from the homeless man in the purple trench coat (Stefan Killian) to the mysterious voice of the falling stars (voice of Academy Award winner* Fatima Lei).


Notorious for declaring that he would never work with children, Barker managed to pull a heartbreaking, soulful, and SFAFF Award winning performance from twelve year old O'Lyle.  Barker met the challenge to balance the frankly human moments with those of whimsy and magic creating a visual stunner that transcends any of his previous films. With his longtime collaborator Michel Pilarano as cinematographer, a quiet yet captivating score from newcomer Paulina Wesley, and unbelievably believable special effects from Damien Rockheimer, Barker effortlessly shows us that "through the eyes of a bird, this life and this Earth seem entirely absurd," but in the end, it all matters.


Above It All garnered five wins at the 43rd Annual SFAFF Awards including Best Picture. 


 


*Lei won Best Actress in A Leading Role for For I Have Sinned (2006) 

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Here is the final Regularity Quotes List.


First list (Regularity #1-25) found here. Second list (Regularity #25-50) found here


What is this for exactly? It's a list of quotes from the old, old REGULARITY videos (this list is from Regularity #51-78 videos; Regularities #75-78 would not play. It just said "html5 not found" =/ ) that I think has the potential to develop into ideas for manifesto pages or for manifesto page titles. More explained heeeeere.


These particular Regularities are more montages of request videos so if you want to be super technical about where the quotes came from then you can check the resources on that particular Regularity video (e.g. The Kid Koala quote from Regularity #55. It's technically from RegularJOE's "Kid Koala Scratches hitRECord").


NB: This is from the old, old Regularity -- not the one for the TV show. Also, Joe said all these quotes, unless otherwise indicated. Bold words or phrases are my favorites for manifesto page titles/ideas. Timestamps are provided if you want to look back at the context in which quotes were said.


 


 


THE REGULARITY #52 (11/29/11)


There’s still little bumps on the road. There always will be. (1:46 - 1:49)


THE REGULARITY #53 (12/07/11)


Two years ago when we played Sundance, it really was kind of the jumpstart to a whole new plateau of our collective creative process. (2:18-2:24)  


I think Sundance is gonna sort of serve as a similar sparkplug this year so I’ll be making further request videos. (2:33-2:40)  


What we really need more of is art. (3:36 – 3:38)


THE REGULARITY #55 (12/20/11)


The most obvious and explicit connections are not always the best. I think something less obvious, but it still evokes the sentiment is ideal. (2:46-2:55)  


That’s a lot of rotations. (Kid Koala, 4:02 - 4:04)


THE REGULARITY #56 (12/31/11)


When the voices are combined – when there’s more than one voice talking at once – I like how that sounds.  (5:54 – 5:59)  


[For this short film] I’m really envisioning an aesthetic that’s kind of all the fuck over the place. (8:57-9:02)


THE REGULARITY #57 (01/12/12)


Make it as startling as you can make it. (2:09 - 2:11)


THE REGULARITY #58 (02/03/12)


I think we put together just a really entertaining, substantial, inspiring program of little movies. (1:31-1:37)  


meeting minds (4:39-4:40)  


We’ve outgrown what we used to be. (7:09-7:11)


The REGULARITY #60 (02/22/12)


Good writing is kind of the most powerful thing. When we do find those rare gems, those good pieces of writing, it’s almost all downhill from there. There’s so many other great artists in our community that can come together and circle around a good piece of writing and turn it into so many different things. (1:30 – 1:45)  


I feel like a lot of the keys are pretty consistent, but there is a lot of movement within it. (Dan The Automator, 5:05-5:08)


The REGULARITY #61 (02/29/12)


When featuring something, the important thing, at least in my opinion, is to have a wide spectrum of perspective. You also have to have a view beyond what the RECord is, what it can become, what it can inspire. Thirdly, what can potentially be done in that immediacy.  (MattConley, 3:21 – 3:40)


The REGULARITY #63 (03/15/12)


Put up your stems! (1:13)


**obviously he's talking about music, but I think this phrase can be interpreted visually in many different ways.


The REGULARITY #66 (04/07/12)


The more angles, the merrier. (2:21-2:22)  


The first step is curation. (MattConley, 5:16-5:17)


The Regularity (#67) 04/14/12


One step forward, one step forward. Collaboratively, we all start refining an edit. (Dr. Gory, 7:05-7:09)


The REGULARITY (#72) 06/03/12


I love when the stuff that we all work on together becomes a thing, a relic, a RECord as they say. (0:48-0:57)


The REGULARITY (#74)


Keep it on the simple and raw side. (jeffpeff, 3:18-3:20)

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Here is Part 2 of 3 of these Regularity Quote Lists. 


What is this for exactly? It's a list of quotes from the old, old REGULARITY videos (this list is from Regularity #25 - 50 videos) that I think has the potential to develop into ideas for manifesto pages or for manifesto page titles. More explained heeeeere.


First list (Regularity #1-25) found here.


UPDATE: Third list (Regularity #51-78) found here.


NB: This is from the old, old Regularity -- not the one for the TV show. Also, Joe said all these quotes, unless otherwise indicated. Bold words or phrases are my favorites for manifesto page titles/ideas. Timestamps are provided if you want to look back at the context in which quotes were said.


 


The REGULARITY (#25) 06-25-10


Getting the stuff we already got, refined to the point where we really want to kind of commit it to a physical record and have people putting it on their shelves. (2:24 – 2:35)  


The contributions that hitRECord made to the documentary really elevated the whole thing and turned it from something that could’ve otherwise been sort of normal into something extraordinary. (3:31 – 3:44)


**Joe is paraphrasing Christopher Nolan's compliments on the Inception Dream Documentary  


When a new measure of music starts, a new visual idea starts. (5:57 – 6:03)


 


The REGULARITY (#28) 07-24-10


This is a wide open door. (3:28 – 3:30)  


Empty your pockets. Take a picture of what’s inside. (4:50-4:53)  


Lend a spine or framework to this collaboration by going back to that text. (7:30 – 7:36)  


As great and finished as it is, on hitRECord, we can always take it a little further. (9:55-10:00)


 


The REGULARITY (#29) 08-04-10 (introduces the re-recs concept)


That there button in the shape of a heart, we call it “recommendation.” It’s not just liking something. It’s not just a valentine of pleasantries. It’s a serious recommendation that I always want you guys to always take seriously. When you hit that heart, that is how we as a community can come together and be productive with all these records. In your professional, artistic, creative opinion, do you recommend this record be something that hitRECord, as a production company, works with? (2:13 – 2:45)  


I’m gonna go through that list of recommendations that I’ve made, and pick out the ones that I would recommend again, that I would re-recommend. (3:03 – 3:10)  


I just really like how it sounds. I like the song. It’s not connected to anything else. (5:12-5:16)


Find the quality. Make it work. (5:37 – 5:41)


 


The REGULARITY #30 08/14/10 (mentions The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories 2010)


It was seriously one of the best feelings I’ve ever had in my life, I guess. Honestly. When Richie said, “We’d like to remind you at this time to please turn on all recording devices” and the whole place cheered and erupted in applause at the idea of turning on their recording devices. (0:46- 1:03)  


RECord your city. RECord your suburb. RECord your countryside. (1:50 – 1:57)


 


THE REGULARITY #31 08/22/10


So what are we gonna do for the next show? I’ve got some ideas. (0:53-0:57)  


This isn’t us. This isn’t how we do it here. HitRECord’s not about submitting or auditioning. The idea is we come together and make stuff together. (3:38-3:46)  


We’re still in show mode, guys. We’ve got another show to put on. (6:12 – 6:15)


 


The REGULARITY #32 08/29/10


Time is something we have on our side because there’s so many of us. (3:11-3:16)


 


THE REGULARITY #33 09/05/10


It turns into a big syncopated smörgåsbord for the eyes. (3:42 – 3:46)


 


The REGULARITY #34 09/11/2010


I’m sure we’ll continue to make new art out of what happened at those shows forever. (0:34-0:39)


 


The REGULARITY (#35) 09/20/10


Keep refining the old good work. (5:44-5:47)


 


The REGULARITY (#39) 12/26/10


We have several projects on the stove. (5:27-5:29)


 


THE REGULARITY (#40) 05/14/11


If you guys don’t name yourselves something pronounceable, it’s gonna be hard to pronounce your name. (3:19-3:23)  


Push the button. Let’s make some records. (4:16-4:18)


 


THE REGULARITY #42 (07/14/11)


Say that again. (2:06)  


The point is the records themselves. (5:24-5:26)


 


THE REGULARITY #47 (10/18/11)


It’s too expensive to combine all these samples from different sources and do something nowadays. It gets really political and expensive. Watching this, I realize what your setup here is the ultimate collage-y network. (Dan The Automator, 1:34 – 1:50)  


We want to be able to make remix doable. (1:51-1:53)  


The more different it is, the more interesting it is. (Dan The Automator, 2:42 – 2:44)  


It’s all happening, kids! Thanks again. (4:57 – 4:59)


 


THE REGULARITY #48 (10/25/11)


The more variation, the better. (6:10)


 

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Remix, refine, then rejoice in the resplendent!


This is my favourite game of all time. 


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quote is tori's comment on The REGULARITY (#25) video.

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sometimes, we're on beat


and


sometimes, we're offbeat. 


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title taken from ara's record of the same name


quote taken from joe's comment about the desk drum circle in The REGULARITY #4

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Might have to turn up the volume on this one (sorry!)


A quick explanation on what that long list was for.


It's a list of quotes from the old, old REGULARITY videos that I think has the potential to develop into ideas for manifesto pages or for manifesto page titles.

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What is this for exactly? It's a list of quotes from the old, old REGULARITY videos (this list is from the first 25 Regularity videos) that I think has the potential to develop into ideas for manifesto pages or for manifesto page titles. More explained heeeeeere.


UPDATE: Second list (Regularity #25-50) is here! Third list (Regularity #51-78) is here


NB: This is from the old, old Regularity -- not the one for the TV show. Also, Joe said all these quotes, unless otherwise indicated. Bold words or phrases are my favorites for manifesto page titles/ideas. Timestamps are provided if you want to look back at the context in which quotes were said.


 


The Regularity (#1) 11-11-2009


See it's a funny thing what happens to time when records get involved. Is it not? (0:23 - 0:27)


** I'm not sure if he's quoting or paraphrasing someone, but I think it's his own thought...?


Our respect of tradition gives power to our rebellion. Our respect of repetition gives power to our deviation. (1:14 - 1:21)


It's a whole different kind of production company. This is how we can connect up. This is how we can relate. This is how we can transcend time and space. (3:03 - 3:11) 


It starts now. It’s started. This is just the beginning. (3:34 - 3:42)


The REGULARITY (#2) 11-18-2009


And I’m sure that you would have ideas that I haven’t thought of yet. Those are the ideas that I want.  (2:13 – 2:17)


Until then, I will see you again, by heart. (3:06 - 3:12)


The REGULARITY (#3) 11-27-2009


The director does not always know exactly what he’s doing. And I’m sure you have ideas better than what I come up with. That’s the whole principle here. We can do it better together than I could alone. (4:57 – 5:09)


**He references the user ManWithHat when he says this.


The REGULARITY (#4) 12-05-2009


of drumbeats and heartbeats (1:59-2:06)


**Joe talks about ara's record of drumbeats and heartbeats which I think would make a great title for a manifesto page. 


We teach our kids to read and write. Why don’t we teach them to shoot and cut? (4:02 – 4:05)


This is I think where a lot of our best stuff is gonna come from: combining unlikely partners. (4:36-4:42)


Sometimes, we’re on beat and sometimes, we’re offbeat. (5:12 – 5:15)


The REGULARITY (#6) 1-21-2009


Are we still recording? (BURNING dAN, 0:01-0:03)


The REGULARITY (#7) 12-28-2009


Maybe a little bit more. Maybe a little bit less. (0:24 – 0:28)


The REGULARITY (#8) 1-05-2010


That’s not me. That’s no one I ever physically met. That’s just people on hitRECord. (2:03 – 2:10)


The REGULARITY (#10) 01-15-2010 (first mentions the idea of a manifesto)


It comes from something before because everything comes from something and leaves as something else: the resources, the result. (4:03 – 4:10)


You don’t have to do the whole thing…It’s daunting if you try to take on this whole big thing, but if you can just do a little part, it’s pretty easy. That’s the beauty of this kind of production company. Lots of people do their little parts. All of sudden, lots of work is getting done. It’s really productive. (9:24 – 10:03)


Transparency is the way. (11:20)


I know it seems strange because it’s not what we’re used to, to take someone else’s work whom you don’t even know, and change it, but that’s what we do here. Trust me, it leads to really great things. (14:15 – 14:30)


The REGULARITY (#12) 02-08-2010


The future is bright. I’m so, so happy. I hope you are too. Thanks. Again, by heart. (3:04-3:12)


The REGULARITY (#18) 03-29-10


It wasn’t about having a nice situation. It was kinda just run ‘n gun and come as you are. (1:15 – 1:21)


The REGULARITY (#19) 04-03-2010 (mentions the idea of re-recs w/o actually saying 're-recs')


I figured I’d do something meaningless…surreal, absurd, or abstract…where meaning comes later. (0:17 – 0:33)


You can still compile an album and that in itself is a RECord. It is a work of art. It’s the art of the DJ, the curator, the mixtape maker. It’s the artform of the 21st century. “Plucking the good stuff out of the super abundance” as the teafaerie likes to call it and making it mean something. (3:32 – 3:55)


The REGULARITY (#24) 05-31-10


It feels real – paying people. (1:24 – 1:27)  


The goal here is not exactly to get rich, but like it or not, money is part of the world, and we made some. (2:14 – 2:23)


The REGULARITY (#25) 06-09-10


It’s time to start a collaboration because, obviously, we want to make these things together. (0:24 - 0:29)  


Remix, refine, then rejoice in the resplendent! This is my favourite game of all time. (remark from tori in the video's comments)  


Let’s make things you can touch with your hands! Put up on a wall! Or wear on your body! These ones and zeroes are nothing, but ones and zeroes! (3:33 – 3:41)


Never be afraid to try…We can try it. That’s the beauty of hitRECord. That original version is still there. It doesn’t hurt anything to try a new revision. Just try it! (4:14 – 4:37)


It’s been a big orgy of gratitude. (4:53 – 4:55)

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too obvious?

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Whenever I see this photo, I keep thinking the girl's about to commit suicide and that Wah Wah Wanderer will be playing in the background on her record player .___. 

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It might be a bit early thinking about this, buuuuut...


There are tons of amazing photographs from the various live shows hitRECord has done.  Why not use some of these live show photographs as BRB bumpers in the style of Scenes from A Fictional Film?


Instead of a line of dialogue, the subtitle would be [be right back] or just plain "be right back". I think these would work exceptionally well if they were moving images like the ones that have been featured recently. The audio that accompany it can just be pre-show crowd chatter or applause.


Also, these photos don't just have to be the ones from the live shows strictly for the TV show, but the ones from The Fall Formal, hitRECord On The Road, hitRECord At The Movies, Sundance, or even Summer In The City! Photos can be onstage!Joe oriented, but they can also show what's happening backstage whether it's Jared on the laptop, Dr. Gory getting his camera ready, or jeffpeff fixing sound.


Bottom line: Use live show (onstage and backstage) photographs in the style of SFAFF as BRB Bumpers.


What do you think?

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In which they get rid of the body.


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Illustration Ideas:


The body is probably in a duffel bag.


They either



  • Bury it - There's a hole in the ground with a large pile of dirt next to it with shovels sticking out of it. The body is tossed in there and the shovels begin to shovel dirt on top.

  • Burn it - End of sweeney todd style? Just a big incinerator, furnace, OR A PIZZA OVEN (maybe not a pizza oven) burning.

  • Drown it - Body is thrown over the bridge into the water. Family gets into a car and speeds away.

  • Your own interpretation ^_^

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