Monthly Archives: December 2010

Revisiting Dance in Woodward’s “Thought of You”

A couple of weeks ago I found a link to Ryan Woodward’s “Thought of You.” Woodward is apparently a storyboarder for Hollywood movies. This piece, though, is the opposite of what one would expect from Hollywood. An exploration of form … Continue reading

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Pikachu: The Pardoned Turkey and Willing Captivity

Friday was Columbia University’s second Pokemon Nostalgia Night with Pokemon: The Movie 2000 and Pokemon Stadium. Seeing Pokemon: The Movie 2000 for the first time in the 10 years since it came out in was fun, fascinating, and a little … Continue reading

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The Power of Images in The Secret of Kells

Apologies for the late update, and a belated Happy Thanksgiving! Last week I finally got the opportunity to watch The Secret of Kells. It is the story of a young monk, Brendan, who lives in a abbey in medieval Ireland. … Continue reading

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