So lately I made a Youtube video, for the first time (I’ve made films before, and put them on Youtube, but I never made a video specifically to just say stuff on Youtube) in which I share my 101 Films That I Love the Most. You can see the video and read all about it here.
In addition to making this video, I thought I’d also share it in writing—for easy reference in case you or I don’t feel like listening to me talk about this over 40 minutes of real time.
Continue reading 101 Movies That I Love the Most – Part Four [25-01]
OK, Coherence. What is it? Well, according to the Wikipedia, it’s many things, in fields such as mathematics, physics, statistics, music theory, computer science and more. It’s also a film, released in 2013, shot on a very small budget by James Ward Byrkit, which is at once so odd and so successful that I don’t even want to tell you anything about it. Seriously. It’s compelling and good and unexpected and you should probably just go and see it before we talk about it any more.
But I will talk about it more, because I do feel kind of compelled to convince you that it’s worth your time and energy to watch it. Continue reading Coherence