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Architectural Association graduate Zhan Wang has produced an animation depicting a fictional technotopian future scenario in which China has built a giant port to distribute minerals mined from the moon.
Zhan Wang’s Lunar Economic Zone project imagines a celebration taking place in Shenzhen in the year 2028 to mark the arrival of the first shipment of lunar minerals.
The animation portrays the architecture and infrastructure required by such a system and the way the parade might be propagandised to present China’s technological and economic prowess through the lens of the global media.
An Off-World Detective investigates the missing research vessel ATROPA. Concept short inspired by ’70s and ’80s sci-fi classics like Alien and Blade Runner.
Directed by Eli Sasich • Written by Clay Tolbert
(Agent) Trevor Astbury • CAA
(Manager) Eric Williams • Zero Gravity Management
Produced by Chris Bryant
Co-Produced by Lieren Stuivenvolt Allen
Director of Photography Greg Cotten
Production Designer Alec Contestabile
Edited by Zachary Anderson
Music by Kevin Riepl
Visual Effects by Ryan Wieber
VFX Supervisors Ryan Wieber & Tobias Richter
Spaceship VFX by Tobias Richter & The Light Works
David M. Edelstien
Speculative Vision commissioned by http://j.mp/1K9rSa9
We think about smart/learning objects as yet not finished entities that can evolve their behaviors by observing, reading and interpreting our habits. They train their algorhitms based on deep learning or similar ways to constantly adapt and refine their decisions.
But What if things are not that good at learning after all without some help?
What if in a near future, i could just get a person to train my products better as i do with pets?
Why having to deal with the initial problems and risk that it might even learn wrongly?
So, What if there would be an algorithm trainer?
Azyre Yang as The Teacher
Carmelo Ferreri as The coffemachine guy
Shot by Andrea Carlon
Story and Edit by Simone Rebaudengo
Sound by Daniel Prost
Music: Lovely Nanjing
A traditional craft demonstrated by G. Henle Publishers. This movie was filmed in the year 2007 and produced in 2011 for NAMM and G. Henle Publishers, directed by Martin Marris. English and German with subtitles. www.henle.com
Nick Marsh has been a Forensic Photographer for over 20 years. Due to budget cuts and affordable digital technology, it’s fast becoming a dying craft. This is an insight into his work and what it means to him.
Director / Editor – David Beazley
Cameraman – Max Brill
Sound Design – Andrew Deme
Colourist – Brendan Buckingham @ The Mill
The London MET Police
No Maps for These Territories is a brilliant independent documentary film made by Mark Neale focusing on the speculative fiction author William Gibson. It features appearances by Jack Womack, Bruce Sterling, Bono, and The Edge and was released by Docurama. The film had its world premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival in October 2000.
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