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Aisha Sohail describes the Neuromorphics Lab at CELEST and the work of building artificial brains to be used in robotics.
CANTON, Mich., April 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Behind the stars, special effects, and even the story writing, it is the film director that pulls all the elements of a movie together into a single creative vision, making the difference between mediocre and masterful films. Now there is a resource for movie fans, film buffs, and aspiring auteurs who want to learn all about the world's most accomplished directors: FilmDirectorsSite.com.
NEW YORK, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Now that the movie has replaced the novel as the dominant art form of our time, where has the intelligent film discussion gone? Find it on CinemaDiscourse.com (http://www.cinemadiscourse.com).
Pop singer Christina Aguilera dressed up like the lead character of A Clockwork Orange to celebrate her 28th birthday in Los Angeles, witnesses say. The Daily Mail reported Friday the Beautiful singer and her husband, Jordan Bratman, both donned the all-white outfit and makeup made famous by actor Malcolm
AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference & Festival is happy to announce the first round of confirmed speakers for the 2009 event, to be held March 13-21, 2009 in Austin, Texas.
By Frank Gabrenya, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 6--The relatively meager output of filmmaker Stanley Kubrick during a 46-year career has played right into the hands of the Wexner Center for the Arts.
"WALL-E," a savvy sci-fi Pixar comedy, has almost no dialogue. But with images and sound effects alone, it touches, it teaches and it tickles. It's the best Pixar film since "Finding Nemo."
John Malkovich's new film has him playing an Englishman who pretends he is Stanley Kubrick in what is billed as a "true-ish" story about a conman who duped dozens of people into thinking he was the reclusive director.
By Claudia Parsons NEW YORK (Reuters) - From skiing in Iran and homosexuality in Egypt to conflicting views on the war in Iraq, this year's Tribeca Film Festival plans to offer Americans insights on the Muslim world that may come as a surprise.
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