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Line Riders | Beethoven's 5th

Over three months of painstaking hand drawing went into synchronizing this wild journey of a line rider track to Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.


The Breadwinner Review – A Girl’s Courage on the Streets of Kabul

Mark Kermode The Guardian
An Irish-Canadian-Luxembourgish co-production, adapted from Deborah Ellis’s much-loved YA novel, it’s a tale of youthful fortitude in Taliban-era Afghanistan that has something of the defiant feminist spirit of the French-Iranian gem Persepolis.

Tyrus Wong, ‘Bambi’ Artist Thwarted by Racial Bias, Dies at 106

Margalit Fox New York Times
Mr. Wong died on Friday at 106. A Hollywood studio artist, painter, printmaker, calligrapher, greeting-card illustrator and, in later years, maker of fantastical kites, he was one of the most celebrated Chinese-American artists of the 20th century. But because of the marginalization to which Asian-Americans were long subject, he passed much of his career unknown to the general public.

Meet Emily: Tech Demo

Yes, a TECH demo. Emily IS the demo. Until the 1:30 mark, when the video reverts back to the source (the real actress), her entire face is being simulated by the technology.

Creating Gollum

Gollum is digital, and he may be the biggest star of the new Hobbit blockbuster. Here's how he was brought to life.

Obama: I Was Going to Do That

The president insists he would have implemented NSA oversight even without Edward Snowden’s leaks. (Ann Telnaes / The Washington Post)

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