3 Hours Of Stanley Kubrick And Google’s Mission To Master Mobile

Bellyfeel Weekly RoundupStarting with some Jurassic Park goodness. Check out this awesome Storyworld website!

So, fancy a career in TV, but don’t wanna study media? Well BAFTA says it’s ok.

For anyone who hasn’t seen or heard of this yet (if that’s possible)… Check out the future of TV.

What happens when you mix viral media with 3D printing? – A Lawsuit!

This is pretty cool, fans of Assassin’s creed can now play the game using only their eyes.

Ever wondered what a “Social Film” is? if you trust it, here’s the Wiki-description.

Here’s a pretty cool example of a Social Film, get your sketches ready for What Lives Inside.

It’s always interesting to see how brands apply innovative storytelling to their products, and here are two great case studies.

It has been called one of the biggest influences on Transmedia (although I disagree) – however,  it cannot be denied that the Blair Witch Project was certainly memorable.

This is a great read, check out Google’s never ending mission to master mobile.

The Ubuntu smartphone has decided to take on apps… If they pull it off, they will go down in history.

TLC seem to have a keen eye on the future of the music industry as their final album was entirely crowd funded on Kickstarter.

There is a belief that we live in a Algorithmic culture, theatlantic.com takes a slightly different approach.

Fans of True Detective are either going to be very happy or very worried as the new series is set to return.

This is something we should all take on board: The Art of Not Giving A F…

Take a look inside the Bitcoin mine that is turning over 1.5 million per month.

For the Stanley Kubrick fans among you, I present – a 3-hour video essay on his works and career.

Finally, you’ll love this – the very best, cheap (but Genius) props from classic films.

 

“A film is – or should be – more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what’s behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later” – Stanley Kubrick

 

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