App: The Human Story is about my people. It’s a loving portrait of a culture that I adore and the people who make it go. The film deftly threads together stories and ideas from the communities and craftspeople who dedicate their lives to the common goal of empowering humanity through software. And by the end, the viewer senses a rich tapestry of tension and triumph that make up the universe of this new cultural unit of progress—the app—and the reasons why it will propel us into a better future.
Can see this appealing to a few of you.
Spare one minute for this.
The starship Tantalus drifts through space.
Produced, Written & Directed by Javier Chillon.
Worth 15 minutes of your time.
If this is your field, Pixar is a master worth learning from.
As far as movie monsters went, the one at the center of The Host was a weird one—a wicked mean salamander with a mouth that had way too many hinges and teeth and a long grabby tail. The result of a chemical dump into the Han River by American military scientists, the monster isn’t really a huge, city-razing threat. Instead, it’s a ravenous amphibian the size of a bus, able to slip away in the water and largely out of sight for much of the movie’s run time… More at GQ.
There must be many classics hidden in Netflix and other services. Not sure this is one of them though;)