Our sun is dying. Mankind faces extinction. Seven years ago, the Icarus Project sent a mission to restart the sun. But that mission was lost before it reached the star. 68 months ago, I, Robert Capa and a crew of seven left Earth frozen in a solar winter. Our payload: a stellar bomb with a mass equivalent to Manhattan Island. Our purpose: to create a star within a star.
8 astronauts strapped to the back of a bomb. My bomb. Welcome to Icarus II.
S U N S H I N E (2007), Directed by Danny Boyle
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...
That Paris exists and anyone could choose to live anywhere else in the world will always be a mystery to me.
Directed by David Fincher
Screenplay for Robert Altman’s classic 1975 musical drama, ‘Nashville.’ Script is labeled “Release Dialogue Script” and dated 11 July 1975. The first page details the amount of total screen footage, approximate running time and recommended aspect ratio. First page is signed by titles designer Dan Perri and bears his label affixed to the upper right. [© Nate D. Sanders]
- Joan Tewkesbury’s brilliant screenplay for Robert Altman’s ‘Nashville’
- The late, great Robert Altman looks back at the making of ‘Nashville’
- Handbook of production information — Paramount Pictures
- Robert Altman: An American maverick
- An interview with Robert Altman
- A critics’ duet on ‘Nashville’
- I’m easy — score
During the dance club sequence most of the people surrounding Nina are either visions of herself, Lily, Thomas, or other aspects of the Swan Lake ballet. The only spot you can clearly see flashes of Nina as the Black Swan on the dance floor is when the voices chanting Nina’s name are playing. Although most of them are nearly impossible to pinpoint while watching the film at full speed, there are over 1,000 manipulated images in the 45-second scene.
"No stands, no turtles, no sandbags, shoegaffing"
Submitted by Matt Miller