Archive for February, 2013

Homemade Weaponry Photography – Bombs by Petros Efstathiadis…

Bombs by Petros Efstathiadis, a Greek photographer, is a photo series that appears to document homemade weaponry.

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Who is James Franco? Artist Marina Abramovic wants her film to answer that

Performance artist Marina Abramovic attends the 2011 Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Gala in Los AngelesLOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – James Franco – a man of many talents and occupational endeavors – is the subject of performance artist Marina Abramovic's first film. The woman who describes herself as the "grandmother of performance art," told Elle at the Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday that she is in the early stages of creating a film to answer the question: "Who is James Franco?" "I think he's the most interesting actor of the moment," she said. "Why? Because he takes risks and when you take risks, you can fail. But he takes failure and risk all with the same intensity. …


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Leviathan: Is This What Drowning Feels Like?

Shot across two months over several sorties on a New Bedford fishing boat, this extraordinary film can feel like getting digested by the sea.

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Deals: Take Your Phone Photography to the Next Level with This Camera Lens Pack

If you find yourself doing quite a bit of traveling and you want to capture some cool pictures, it’s much more likely you have your phone on you than a stand alone camera.

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Britten ghost story at City Opera

In this Feb. 22, 2013 photo provided by the New York City Opera, cast members perform during a dress rehearsal by the New York City Opera of “The Turn of the Screw,” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York. From left are Dominic Armstrong as Peter Quint; Benjamin P. Wenzelberg as Miles; Lauren Worsham as Flora; Jennifer Goode Cooper as Miss Jessel and Sara Jakubiak as the Governess. (AP Photo/New York City Opera, Richard Termine)NEW YORK (AP) — When it comes to operatic ghost stories, none is more creepily effective than Benjamin Britten's "The Turn of the Screw."


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