Le Musée National du Moyen-Âge de Cluny présente une exposition sur l’épée, ses usages, mythes et symboles. Cette vidéo reconstitue des combats à l’aide des traités du XVe siècle.
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Short Film: E N V O Y
Director: DAVID WEINSTEIN
Producers: DAVID WEINSTEIN, MARIAM PRICE, ADAM COGGIN
VFX Supervisor: ADAM COGGIN
Photography: MARIO CONTINI
Editor: PHIL BUCCI
Music: EDWIN WENDLER
Details: Science fiction, action adventure, short film to be used as a proof of concept for a larger full-length feature film story. A young boy discovers a deadly alien creature and winds up entangled in a top secret government operation.
Team Nixie (http://flynixie.com) is developing the first wearable drone camera, which can be worn around your wrist. The team will be presenting their prototype for the Intel Make It Wearable Challenge Finale on November 3, 2014 in San Francisco. Learn more about Make It Wearable and follow the race to the finish line at http://j.mp/YH7ye3.
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This is an animated short from USSR Ukraine studio Kievnauchfilm. Titled Srazhenie (The Battle) it is based on Stephen King’s short story Battleground. Animation dates to 1986. Short story is from 1978.
There has also been an American made for tv version of this short story featuring William Hurt. It’s called Battlefield from Nightmares and Dreamscapes.
“Where they have burned books, they will end in burning human beings.”
- Heinrich Heine, 1823
Public Shelter Living: The Story of Shelter 104
Army Pictorial Center / DDCP 20-217 / 1964
U.S. government civil defense film.
Giant No. 4 — The Explosive
From St. Nicholas Magazine, 1911.
The enigmatic Canon 1 à 2 from J. S. Bachs Musical Offering (1747), The manuscript depicts a single musical sequence that is to be played front to back and back to front.
Video by Jos Leys (http://j.mp/1tNe5lc) and Xantox ( http://j.mp/WNVTt6 )