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                    [description] => Discover the opinion of the Brain for Thor: Love and Thunder, the new adventure of Thor under the pen and the eye of Taïka Waïtiti with the return of Nathalie Portman alongside Chris Hemsworth. Imagining a Marvel movie in total comedy is quite unlikely. This is however the case with the fourth opus dedicated to ... Read more
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Discover the opinion of the Brain for Thor: Love and Thunder, the new adventure of Thor under the pen and the eye of Taïka Waïtiti with the return of Nathalie Portman alongside Chris Hemsworth.

Imagining a Marvel movie in total comedy is quite unlikely. This is however the case with the fourth opus dedicated to one of the oldest superheroes of the MCU. Thor 4: Love and Thunder clashes even more with the MCU than before, in an epileptic and colorful adventure in the image of its director Taikla Waïtiti.

An adventure that pushes the tone and rhythm of Thor Ragnarok even further while breaking with the seriousness of the Marvel world. A film that has no connection with the rest of the firm’s calendar, with unlimited freedom both in tone and in its plot, which however should have been tinged with gravitas given the stakes around the main antagonist.

In search of Thor

In Thor Love and Thunder, Thor is deep in introspection and in search of serenity, but his retreat is interrupted by a galactic killer known as Gorr, who has made it his mission to exterminate all gods. To confront this threat, Thor enlists the help of Valkyrie, Korg, and his ex-girlfriend Jane Foster, who, to his surprise, inexplicably wields his mighty hammer, Mjolnir. Together, they embark on a dangerous cosmic adventure to understand Gorr’s motives for revenge and stop him before it’s too late.

Taika’s Land

Whether Ragnarok had divided its public at the exit, it will be the same for Thor 4: Love and Thunder. Although the screenwriter and director relies primarily on comics to offer an original plot unrelated to the overall mythology of the MCU, Love and Thunder is more of a family comedy than an actual MCU movie as we know them.

Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy review

Colorful, punctuated with jokes, valves and other comic springs, Taïka Waïtiti’s film is more of a cosmic delirium inspired by 80s films (some might even think of Flash Gordon given the tone and aesthetics) against a backdrop of comedy than a classic Thor adventure.

Thor’s Land

A big-screen amusement park dedicated to the universe of Thor as he sees it. We recognize the unpredictable and schoolboy humor of its director, who imposes no limits, from the insane gags probably imagined by Chris Hemsworth in improvisation, to giant goats bellowing, or a Korg in babysitter mode, telling a story epic to small children.

A humor that is not to displease, when you know the universe of the Oscar-winning director of What we do in the Shadows Where jojo rabbit. However, the film struggles to contain all this comic energy without it going all over the place, sometimes forgetting the purpose of the film along the way.

Jane’s Return

1657146114 539 Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy reviewWhile comic book fans would surely appreciate the respect surrounding the character of Mighty Thor, Jane’s return isn’t free. The film even escalates around the new heroic status of Thor’s ex-girlfriend.

An ex who is very comfortable in her role as a Viking superheroine. A vital presence in resolving the threat they face that changes with what we’ve come to know of the character who until now has only been Thor’s foremost love interest. In this film, Jane Foster has a real role which is done while sisterhood with Valkyrie, a pleasant relationship which could have been more prominent in the film, especially in the face of the danger they have to face.

A peril that leads our heroes to meet their celestial companions, to better play with the idea of ??the gods. However, once again, these universes lose the impact they could have had (Opulent City or the meeting with Zeus for example) in valves and other comic springs galore. And that’s a shame.

Too many valves kill the valve

The great flaw of Thor 4: Love and Thunder lies in its imbalance between comedy and the weight of Gorr’s intentions, as well as the fight to put an end to the latter’s revenge. The humor takes up too much space in the plot to the point of making the danger less serious than it seems. Yet Gorr is one of Marvel’s iconic antagonists.

Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy review

If Christian Bale, beyond being unrecognizable, is more than convincing in the role of the villain of this adventure, we would have liked him to be given a little more space on the screen. A place where we would take the time to reflect on the impact of a villain like this, for whom the viewer has empathy from the start. An antagonist by the way who is comparable to the Thanos peril.

Gorr in the background

1657146115 407 Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy reviewA being who has real (some would say defensible) reasons for pursuing his quest to destroy the gods. Unfortunately, by dint of focusing on the multiple humorous potentials of each scene offered between the franchise’s flagship characters, Gorr has taken a back seat and only serves as a pretext for them to embark on an adventure. Even Sif’s return is messed up, as the character hasn’t been seen since Thor 2.

epileptic achievement

On the production side, Thor 4: Love and Thunder offers an ultra colorful and fantastic world, from New Asgard to the depths of space. A shiny and flashy world, just like the Norse God’s new armor. All carried by an epileptic realization and special effects, sometimes excessive, with extremely busy action sequences, to the point that the eye has trouble following, especially in the last act, all the choreographies of fights between the characters.

1657146115 10 Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy review

The film offers very few sequences in real settings, which is a shame. Note, however, a sequence in the middle of the film in stylized black and white which is not to displease, in the idea of ??Sin City. A director’s sequence for sure, which clashes with the rest of the film, which is far too decadent visually.

Ode to the 80s too carried by the fun and the joke

Less violent than we would have thought, clashing with what we know of the MCU (once is not custom we do not hear once the multiverse mit), Thor 4: Love and Thunder is above all a family film. An ode to 80s films for children and adults that does not take itself seriously at all, centered on the idea of ??love and what it can lead us to do when we lose it. A cute theme, which will end with a charming (and funny of course) happy ending for a new Thor opus that is more fun and far from what we have known of him in the MCU.

Thor Love and Thunder Trailer

Credit: Marvel Studios/Disney

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) [summary] => Discover the opinion of the Brain for Thor: Love and Thunder, the new adventure of Thor under the pen and the eye of Taïka Waïtiti with the return of Nathalie Portman alongside Chris Hemsworth. Imagining a Marvel movie in total comedy is quite unlikely. This is however the case with the fourth opus dedicated to ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Discover the opinion of the Brain for Thor: Love and Thunder, the new adventure of Thor under the pen and the eye of Taïka Waïtiti with the return of Nathalie Portman alongside Chris Hemsworth.

Imagining a Marvel movie in total comedy is quite unlikely. This is however the case with the fourth opus dedicated to one of the oldest superheroes of the MCU. Thor 4: Love and Thunder clashes even more with the MCU than before, in an epileptic and colorful adventure in the image of its director Taikla Waïtiti.

An adventure that pushes the tone and rhythm of Thor Ragnarok even further while breaking with the seriousness of the Marvel world. A film that has no connection with the rest of the firm’s calendar, with unlimited freedom both in tone and in its plot, which however should have been tinged with gravitas given the stakes around the main antagonist.

In search of Thor

In Thor Love and Thunder, Thor is deep in introspection and in search of serenity, but his retreat is interrupted by a galactic killer known as Gorr, who has made it his mission to exterminate all gods. To confront this threat, Thor enlists the help of Valkyrie, Korg, and his ex-girlfriend Jane Foster, who, to his surprise, inexplicably wields his mighty hammer, Mjolnir. Together, they embark on a dangerous cosmic adventure to understand Gorr’s motives for revenge and stop him before it’s too late.

Taika’s Land

Whether Ragnarok had divided its public at the exit, it will be the same for Thor 4: Love and Thunder. Although the screenwriter and director relies primarily on comics to offer an original plot unrelated to the overall mythology of the MCU, Love and Thunder is more of a family comedy than an actual MCU movie as we know them.

Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy review

Colorful, punctuated with jokes, valves and other comic springs, Taïka Waïtiti’s film is more of a cosmic delirium inspired by 80s films (some might even think of Flash Gordon given the tone and aesthetics) against a backdrop of comedy than a classic Thor adventure.

Thor’s Land

A big-screen amusement park dedicated to the universe of Thor as he sees it. We recognize the unpredictable and schoolboy humor of its director, who imposes no limits, from the insane gags probably imagined by Chris Hemsworth in improvisation, to giant goats bellowing, or a Korg in babysitter mode, telling a story epic to small children.

A humor that is not to displease, when you know the universe of the Oscar-winning director of What we do in the Shadows Where jojo rabbit. However, the film struggles to contain all this comic energy without it going all over the place, sometimes forgetting the purpose of the film along the way.

Jane’s Return

1657146114 539 Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy reviewWhile comic book fans would surely appreciate the respect surrounding the character of Mighty Thor, Jane’s return isn’t free. The film even escalates around the new heroic status of Thor’s ex-girlfriend.

An ex who is very comfortable in her role as a Viking superheroine. A vital presence in resolving the threat they face that changes with what we’ve come to know of the character who until now has only been Thor’s foremost love interest. In this film, Jane Foster has a real role which is done while sisterhood with Valkyrie, a pleasant relationship which could have been more prominent in the film, especially in the face of the danger they have to face.

A peril that leads our heroes to meet their celestial companions, to better play with the idea of ??the gods. However, once again, these universes lose the impact they could have had (Opulent City or the meeting with Zeus for example) in valves and other comic springs galore. And that’s a shame.

Too many valves kill the valve

The great flaw of Thor 4: Love and Thunder lies in its imbalance between comedy and the weight of Gorr’s intentions, as well as the fight to put an end to the latter’s revenge. The humor takes up too much space in the plot to the point of making the danger less serious than it seems. Yet Gorr is one of Marvel’s iconic antagonists.

Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy review

If Christian Bale, beyond being unrecognizable, is more than convincing in the role of the villain of this adventure, we would have liked him to be given a little more space on the screen. A place where we would take the time to reflect on the impact of a villain like this, for whom the viewer has empathy from the start. An antagonist by the way who is comparable to the Thanos peril.

Gorr in the background

1657146115 407 Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy reviewA being who has real (some would say defensible) reasons for pursuing his quest to destroy the gods. Unfortunately, by dint of focusing on the multiple humorous potentials of each scene offered between the franchise’s flagship characters, Gorr has taken a back seat and only serves as a pretext for them to embark on an adventure. Even Sif’s return is messed up, as the character hasn’t been seen since Thor 2.

epileptic achievement

On the production side, Thor 4: Love and Thunder offers an ultra colorful and fantastic world, from New Asgard to the depths of space. A shiny and flashy world, just like the Norse God’s new armor. All carried by an epileptic realization and special effects, sometimes excessive, with extremely busy action sequences, to the point that the eye has trouble following, especially in the last act, all the choreographies of fights between the characters.

1657146115 10 Thor 4 Epilepsy and intergalactic comedy review

The film offers very few sequences in real settings, which is a shame. Note, however, a sequence in the middle of the film in stylized black and white which is not to displease, in the idea of ??Sin City. A director’s sequence for sure, which clashes with the rest of the film, which is far too decadent visually.

Ode to the 80s too carried by the fun and the joke

Less violent than we would have thought, clashing with what we know of the MCU (once is not custom we do not hear once the multiverse mit), Thor 4: Love and Thunder is above all a family film. An ode to 80s films for children and adults that does not take itself seriously at all, centered on the idea of ??love and what it can lead us to do when we lose it. A cute theme, which will end with a charming (and funny of course) happy ending for a new Thor opus that is more fun and far from what we have known of him in the MCU.

Thor Love and Thunder Trailer

Credit: Marvel Studios/Disney

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[date_timestamp] => 1657146123 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Which are the actors who have repeated the same role more times [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/horror/which-are-the-actors-who-have-repeated-the-same-role-more-times/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Jody Bailey ) [pubdate] => Wed, 06 Jul 2022 22:04:41 +0000 [category] => HorroractorsRepeatedroletimes [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=11032 [description] => These actors have repeated the same role on different occasionsboth as a protagonist and as secondary characters, from great classics to modern mainstream films, no matter the gender, while the box office and popularity accompany. Many of them rose to fame thanks to this role, while others already had a great career and decided to ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

These actors have repeated the same role on different occasionsboth as a protagonist and as secondary characters, from great classics to modern mainstream films, no matter the gender, while the box office and popularity accompany. Many of them rose to fame thanks to this role, while others already had a great career and decided to continue playing it.

Leonard Nimoy as Spock (8 times)

An undisputed icon of science fiction cinema. With star trek reached stardom and the importance that his character had for the series and for all the films that came after mark him as one of the most emblematic actors of the saga.

Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger (8 times)

Robert Englund is Freddy and that is not discussed, since the 70’s Until now, he has been one of the few actors to play an antagonist character (protagonist in this case) in a series of horror films so many times.

Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger

Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter (8 times)

Harry Potter is one of the most popular and emblematic movie sagas of recent years, and Daniel Radcliffe was in charge of playing this magician por more than 11 years on all deliveries.

Daniel Radcliffe

Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto (9 times)

The actor has been the protagonist of the saga of fast and furieseither for more than 20 years, being the character for which he is best known. Although the franchise began with clandestine races, it has now expanded to missions where war tanks or even rockets are involved.

Vin Diesel as Toretto

Hugh Jackman as Wolverine/Logan (9 times)

One of the most beloved actors by fans of the X MenHugh Jackman played his own wolverine for 17 yearsEven now with the purchase of Disney from Fox, fans have asked that Jackman return to bear the claws, but the actor has stated that he is retired from the world of comics.

Hugh Jackman as Logan

Christopher Lee as Dracula (10 times)

Christopher Lee was known for playing different roles in famous franchises like The Lord of the RingsSW starwarsbut the actor before all that was known for playing Dracula on different occasions, being a legend in horror movies.

Christopher Lee as Dracula

Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man/Tony Stark (10 times)

Robert Downey Jr. brought Iron Man to life in every way. The actor who started the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008, with his charisma earned the love and respect of fans. Robert Downey Jr. played this character both in individual tapes, with the Avengers and in different cameos.

Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man

Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury (11 times)

Another of the pioneers of the UCM, although as a secondary character, is the great Samuel L. Jackson, who at this point in his career has already done everything. He has played Nick Fury in different Marvel films, as a secondary to only one cameo, but always giving him a touch of himself.

Samuel L Jackson as Nick Fury

Desmond Llewelyn as Q (17 times)

He is one of the least known actors but who has played a character the most times in a film franchise, Desmond Llewelyn as Agent Q, James Bond’s technological friend, the one who always provided weapons and any type of artifact that Bond. This man personified Agent Q since 1963 in From Russia with Love (next to the great Sean Connery) until the year of his death1999, where he last played this character in The World Is Not Enough with Pierce Brosnan.

Desmond Llewelyn as Q

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) [summary] => These actors have repeated the same role on different occasionsboth as a protagonist and as secondary characters, from great classics to modern mainstream films, no matter the gender, while the box office and popularity accompany. Many of them rose to fame thanks to this role, while others already had a great career and decided to ... Read more [atom_content] =>

These actors have repeated the same role on different occasionsboth as a protagonist and as secondary characters, from great classics to modern mainstream films, no matter the gender, while the box office and popularity accompany. Many of them rose to fame thanks to this role, while others already had a great career and decided to continue playing it.

Leonard Nimoy as Spock (8 times)

An undisputed icon of science fiction cinema. With star trek reached stardom and the importance that his character had for the series and for all the films that came after mark him as one of the most emblematic actors of the saga.

Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger (8 times)

Robert Englund is Freddy and that is not discussed, since the 70’s Until now, he has been one of the few actors to play an antagonist character (protagonist in this case) in a series of horror films so many times.

Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger

Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter (8 times)

Harry Potter is one of the most popular and emblematic movie sagas of recent years, and Daniel Radcliffe was in charge of playing this magician por more than 11 years on all deliveries.

Daniel Radcliffe

Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto (9 times)

The actor has been the protagonist of the saga of fast and furieseither for more than 20 years, being the character for which he is best known. Although the franchise began with clandestine races, it has now expanded to missions where war tanks or even rockets are involved.

Vin Diesel as Toretto

Hugh Jackman as Wolverine/Logan (9 times)

One of the most beloved actors by fans of the X MenHugh Jackman played his own wolverine for 17 yearsEven now with the purchase of Disney from Fox, fans have asked that Jackman return to bear the claws, but the actor has stated that he is retired from the world of comics.

Hugh Jackman as Logan

Christopher Lee as Dracula (10 times)

Christopher Lee was known for playing different roles in famous franchises like The Lord of the RingsSW starwarsbut the actor before all that was known for playing Dracula on different occasions, being a legend in horror movies.

Christopher Lee as Dracula

Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man/Tony Stark (10 times)

Robert Downey Jr. brought Iron Man to life in every way. The actor who started the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008, with his charisma earned the love and respect of fans. Robert Downey Jr. played this character both in individual tapes, with the Avengers and in different cameos.

Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man

Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury (11 times)

Another of the pioneers of the UCM, although as a secondary character, is the great Samuel L. Jackson, who at this point in his career has already done everything. He has played Nick Fury in different Marvel films, as a secondary to only one cameo, but always giving him a touch of himself.

Samuel L Jackson as Nick Fury

Desmond Llewelyn as Q (17 times)

He is one of the least known actors but who has played a character the most times in a film franchise, Desmond Llewelyn as Agent Q, James Bond’s technological friend, the one who always provided weapons and any type of artifact that Bond. This man personified Agent Q since 1963 in From Russia with Love (next to the great Sean Connery) until the year of his death1999, where he last played this character in The World Is Not Enough with Pierce Brosnan.

Desmond Llewelyn as Q

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[date_timestamp] => 1657145081 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Iceland volcano eruption opens a rare window into the Earth beneath our feet [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/science/iceland-volcano-eruption-opens-a-rare-window-into-the-earth-beneath-our-feet/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Wed, 06 Jul 2022 21:25:29 +0000 [category] => sciencebeneathEartheruptionfeetIcelandopensrarevolcanowindow [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=11030 [description] => Journal Reference: I. N. Bindeman, F. M. Deegan, V. R. Troll, T. Thordarson, Á. Höskuldsson, W. M. Moreland, E. U. Zorn, A. V. Shevchenko, T. R. Walter. Diverse mantle components with invariant oxygen isotopes in the 2021 Fagradalsfjall eruption, Iceland. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-31348-7 A research team from University of Oregon, Uppsala ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. I. N. Bindeman, F. M. Deegan, V. R. Troll, T. Thordarson, Á. Höskuldsson, W. M. Moreland, E. U. Zorn, A. V. Shevchenko, T. R. Walter. Diverse mantle components with invariant oxygen isotopes in the 2021 Fagradalsfjall eruption, Iceland. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-31348-7

A research team from University of Oregon, Uppsala University, University of Iceland, and Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) took this exceptional opportunity to collect lava samples every few days in order to construct a time-integrated catalogue of samples and to monitor the geochemical evolution throughout the eruption to a degree of detail rarely achieved before. Usually, when volcano scientists look at past eruptions they work with a limited view of the erupted materials ? for example older lava flows can get wholly or partially buried by newer ones. However, at Fagradalsfjall, the eruption was so well monitored and sampled that scientists had a chance to capture the evolution of an Icelandic eruption in near real-time.

The team were interested in oxygen isotopes. Why? Because oxygen makes up about 50% of all volcanic rocks and its isotope ratios are very sensitive tracers of mantle and crustal materials. In this way, oxygen isotopes can help scientists to determine if magma is mantle-derived or if it interacted with crustal materials as it made its way to the surface. However, in addition to oxygen, the other vast suite of elements making up the volcanic rocks threw up some surprises. For instance, the team observed that this single eruption contains roughly half of the entire diversity of mantle-derived magmas previously recorded for the whole of Iceland.

In brief, geochemical results show that the latest Iceland eruption was supplied by magmas derived from multiple sources in the Earth?s mantle, each with its own distinctive elemental characteristics. To the amazement of scientists, each of these domains had identical oxygen isotope ratios. This result was remarkable and has never been observed before at an active eruption. The study provides new and compelling evidence for distinct mantle-sourced magmas having uniform oxygen isotope ratios, which can help us to better understand mantle dynamics and refine mantle models for Iceland.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: I. N. Bindeman, F. M. Deegan, V. R. Troll, T. Thordarson, Á. Höskuldsson, W. M. Moreland, E. U. Zorn, A. V. Shevchenko, T. R. Walter. Diverse mantle components with invariant oxygen isotopes in the 2021 Fagradalsfjall eruption, Iceland. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-31348-7 A research team from University of Oregon, Uppsala ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. I. N. Bindeman, F. M. Deegan, V. R. Troll, T. Thordarson, Á. Höskuldsson, W. M. Moreland, E. U. Zorn, A. V. Shevchenko, T. R. Walter. Diverse mantle components with invariant oxygen isotopes in the 2021 Fagradalsfjall eruption, Iceland. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-31348-7

A research team from University of Oregon, Uppsala University, University of Iceland, and Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) took this exceptional opportunity to collect lava samples every few days in order to construct a time-integrated catalogue of samples and to monitor the geochemical evolution throughout the eruption to a degree of detail rarely achieved before. Usually, when volcano scientists look at past eruptions they work with a limited view of the erupted materials ? for example older lava flows can get wholly or partially buried by newer ones. However, at Fagradalsfjall, the eruption was so well monitored and sampled that scientists had a chance to capture the evolution of an Icelandic eruption in near real-time.

The team were interested in oxygen isotopes. Why? Because oxygen makes up about 50% of all volcanic rocks and its isotope ratios are very sensitive tracers of mantle and crustal materials. In this way, oxygen isotopes can help scientists to determine if magma is mantle-derived or if it interacted with crustal materials as it made its way to the surface. However, in addition to oxygen, the other vast suite of elements making up the volcanic rocks threw up some surprises. For instance, the team observed that this single eruption contains roughly half of the entire diversity of mantle-derived magmas previously recorded for the whole of Iceland.

In brief, geochemical results show that the latest Iceland eruption was supplied by magmas derived from multiple sources in the Earth?s mantle, each with its own distinctive elemental characteristics. To the amazement of scientists, each of these domains had identical oxygen isotope ratios. This result was remarkable and has never been observed before at an active eruption. The study provides new and compelling evidence for distinct mantle-sourced magmas having uniform oxygen isotope ratios, which can help us to better understand mantle dynamics and refine mantle models for Iceland.

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[date_timestamp] => 1657142729 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Tom Hanks weighs in on Tim Allen?s absence from Lightyear [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/action/tom-hanks-weighs-in-on-tim-allens-absence-from-lightyear/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Amanda Tyer ) [pubdate] => Wed, 06 Jul 2022 19:36:24 +0000 [category] => ActionabsenceAllensHanksLightyearTimTomweighs [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=11027 [description] => A few weeks ago it hit theaters Lightyearthe spin-off of toy story. Pixar’s new animated film is based on the figure of Buzz Lightyear, the astronaut who inspired the action figure we met in the 90s animated blockbuster. In the Toy Story moviesthe charismatic astronaut who immortalized the phrase “to infinity and beyond”, featured the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

A few weeks ago it hit theaters Lightyearthe spin-off of toy story. Pixar’s new animated film is based on the figure of Buzz Lightyear, the astronaut who inspired the action figure we met in the 90s animated blockbuster.

In the Toy Story moviesthe charismatic astronaut who immortalized the phrase “to infinity and beyond”, featured the voice of Tim Allen in the 1995 animated film. However, for its new staging, the studio opted for Chris Evansthe actor behind the character of Captain America from Marvel, to put on the voice of the astronaut. Although this strategy was aimed at differentiating both characters, the decision ended up still causing biggest stir among fans.

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) [summary] => A few weeks ago it hit theaters Lightyearthe spin-off of toy story. Pixar’s new animated film is based on the figure of Buzz Lightyear, the astronaut who inspired the action figure we met in the 90s animated blockbuster. In the Toy Story moviesthe charismatic astronaut who immortalized the phrase “to infinity and beyond”, featured the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A few weeks ago it hit theaters Lightyearthe spin-off of toy story. Pixar’s new animated film is based on the figure of Buzz Lightyear, the astronaut who inspired the action figure we met in the 90s animated blockbuster.

In the Toy Story moviesthe charismatic astronaut who immortalized the phrase “to infinity and beyond”, featured the voice of Tim Allen in the 1995 animated film. However, for its new staging, the studio opted for Chris Evansthe actor behind the character of Captain America from Marvel, to put on the voice of the astronaut. Although this strategy was aimed at differentiating both characters, the decision ended up still causing biggest stir among fans.

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[date_timestamp] => 1657136184 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => In the cinema, the Native American identity too often abused [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/western/in-the-cinema-the-native-american-identity-too-often-abused/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Zander ) [pubdate] => Wed, 06 Jul 2022 19:33:16 +0000 [category] => WesternabusedAmericanCinemaidentityNative [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=11021 [description] => A Native American leader once told white people, ?Your civilization is going to destroy us. But your magic [cinéma] will make us immortal?. These remarks, excerpts from the Canadian documentary Reel Injun by Neil Diamond and Catherine Bainbridge (2009), could not be more far-sighted if you put them into context. Because in more than 100 ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

A Native American leader once told white people, ?Your civilization is going to destroy us. But your magic [cinéma] will make us immortal?. These remarks, excerpts from the Canadian documentary Reel Injun by Neil Diamond and Catherine Bainbridge (2009), could not be more far-sighted if you put them into context. Because in more than 100 years of history, the film industry has made more than 4,000 films about Native Americans. As explained Anne Garrait-Bourrierit is “the cinematographic genre which has most taken up the old historical stereotypes linked to the image of the Indian to make it the center of “stories”, with a lowercase h, which no longer had anything to do with it. to do with the realities of the conquest of the West”.

Hollywood, especially from its westerns of the 1930s to 1950s, exploited the image of the Indian to the extreme and made it evolve according to the situation (tastes of the filmmakers, wishes of the producers, expectations of the spectators ), thus ranging from the “bloodthirsty savage” to the “noble savage” via the?New Age Indian?.

However, and although the game is an essential component of Amerindian cultures (as evidenced by numerous missiological and anthropological writings), one aspect has remained little visible or even understated: the figure of the sportsman. It is from this idea that the filmmaker Stephen Campanelli, inspired by the novel by Richard Wagameseaddressed, in Indian Horse (2017), the identity question of Native Americans who, between tradition and modernity, find themselves in a cultural in-between.

Sacrificed generations

The hero, turned towards Western life while nourishing himself with his Indian heritage, the rights and duties associated with it, tirelessly seeks his place. The film tells the dramatic story of a young Ojibwa boy ? Saul Indian Horse ? who, taken from his family to enter a Catholic boarding school in 1961, must obliterate his culture.

He temporarily finds his salvation in hockey, a sport that allows him to flourish and join a professional team. However, the latent racism he faces gets the better of him. He throws in the towel and ends up sinking into alcoholism and poverty. After years of wandering, saved in extremis from death, he decides to repent by returning to the places of his childhood. And there, while treading the former skating rink of the Saint-Jerome boarding school, he becomes aware ? in the form of flashbacks ? of another evil that has always gnawed at him: the sexual abuse of which he was the victim.

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The boarding school is described here as a place of suffering, a de-Amerindianization or even a cultural genocide: we see several times in the film Amerindian children undergoing real psychic and physical abuse. It must be said that the Canadian government had implemented a policy aimed at eradicating Aboriginal languages ??and cultures, thus providing explanations for the high rates of alcoholism, suicide and other social scourges that greatly affected the Amerindian community, as well as the Inuit thereafter.

Based on the words of Richard Wagamese, director Stephen Campanelli took care to mention these few pieces of information in the end credits, interspersed with archive footage showing the life of young Native Americans in residential schools:

?Between the late 1800s and 1996, more than 150,000 indigenous children were sent to residential schools. According to records, at least 6,000 children died while in these facilities. But it is estimated that there are thousands more. In 2008, the Canadian government finally issued an apology and set up a truth and reconciliation commission to establish the truth. We encourage everyone to open their hearts and minds to the suffering and pain inflicted on generations of Indigenous children and families by aggressive government-sanctioned assimilation policies. »



Read more: Emancipation through sport, exploding gender stereotypes


Returning to the history of these sacrificed generations, Indian Horse sets up a certain number of debates on historical truth, on current social conditions, on the destiny of these peoples who have become foreigners and marginalized on their own territories. The evocation of these painful testimonies constitutes an important dramaturgical lever through which are approached, with more or less force, the questions of poverty on the reserves, addiction to alcohol or drugs, inter-community or even family violence; so many inner wounds that have pushed some children to suicide. This feature film thus comes to renew a cinematographic genre which has tended for too long to impose a distorted or even humiliating model of the Indian in often Manichean intrigues.

Give voice to Native Americans

A change in the history of cinema which began to take place at the end of the 1970s, with the production of a “pro-Indian” cinema wishing to show a more realistic vision of the Native American situation, and which resulted in the latter years on a hyperrealist contemporary production, even disillusioned as The Rider by Chloe Zhao (2017), The Grizzlies by Miranda De Pencier (2018) and, of course, Indian Horse.

Today’s filmmakers, like Stephen Campanelli, give voice to the Native Americans themselves, without make-up or pretense, without clichés likely to endanger the community in its most fragile : the preservation of its cultural and religious heritage. This cinema is, as pointed out Anne Garrait-Bourrier?messenger of another voice, more corrosive and uncompromising: that of American reality?.

Indian Horse also fits, in a certain way, into the sports movie lineage by showcasing the importance of play in traditional Indian culture ? “Play is my survival”, says Saul in the film ? and the role played by boarding schools in the appropriation by Native Americans of modern sports practices.

These institutions include in their curriculum physical practices and more particularly sport, which has become an integral part of the national culture and incarnates the values ??of a system which encourages the spirit of competition, individualism and success. School sport, thought of as a factor of assimilation, becomes a substitute for ancestral recreational sports practices.

These schools, like Carlisle and Haskell, allow the emergence of high-level athletes of Native American origin such as James Francis Thorpe or William Mills whose paths are taken up in the biopics. Jim Thorpe ? All American (1951) and Running Brave (1983). This remarkable insertion of the Amerindians in the sporting world does not mask the excesses inherent in North American society at the time.



Read more: Quidditch, this ?real? sport from Harry Potter


Ambient racism rubs shoulders with commercial exploitation, just as the use of Indianness as a sporting argument quickly and lastingly takes on the appearance of pseudototemism, exploiting Native American cultural symbols in the different components of society. Native American athletes, even if they are not banned from playing, are, like their colored counterparts, the victims of racist epithets or other insults. The film picks up on this through the welcome received by the Amerindian ?Moose? team in the regional championship, by Saul within the Toronto ?Monarchs? team, and in the caricature of the player in the press.

With regard to the tragic fictional story of Saul or the real story of Thorpe, Indian Horse denounces the insults and the cruel affronts of which the Amerindians were victims. David Q. Voigt insists on this fact through these few words:

” [?] perhaps no group had to face so much ruthless sarcasm as did the Native Americans?.

It is certainly not popular and media stupidity that got the better of Saul’s professional career, but a combination of factors and traumas that several “stolen generations” had to face.

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In the cinema, the Native American identity too often abused


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) [summary] => A Native American leader once told white people, ?Your civilization is going to destroy us. But your magic [cinéma] will make us immortal?. These remarks, excerpts from the Canadian documentary Reel Injun by Neil Diamond and Catherine Bainbridge (2009), could not be more far-sighted if you put them into context. Because in more than 100 ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A Native American leader once told white people, ?Your civilization is going to destroy us. But your magic [cinéma] will make us immortal?. These remarks, excerpts from the Canadian documentary Reel Injun by Neil Diamond and Catherine Bainbridge (2009), could not be more far-sighted if you put them into context. Because in more than 100 years of history, the film industry has made more than 4,000 films about Native Americans. As explained Anne Garrait-Bourrierit is “the cinematographic genre which has most taken up the old historical stereotypes linked to the image of the Indian to make it the center of “stories”, with a lowercase h, which no longer had anything to do with it. to do with the realities of the conquest of the West”.

Hollywood, especially from its westerns of the 1930s to 1950s, exploited the image of the Indian to the extreme and made it evolve according to the situation (tastes of the filmmakers, wishes of the producers, expectations of the spectators ), thus ranging from the “bloodthirsty savage” to the “noble savage” via the?New Age Indian?.

However, and although the game is an essential component of Amerindian cultures (as evidenced by numerous missiological and anthropological writings), one aspect has remained little visible or even understated: the figure of the sportsman. It is from this idea that the filmmaker Stephen Campanelli, inspired by the novel by Richard Wagameseaddressed, in Indian Horse (2017), the identity question of Native Americans who, between tradition and modernity, find themselves in a cultural in-between.

Sacrificed generations

The hero, turned towards Western life while nourishing himself with his Indian heritage, the rights and duties associated with it, tirelessly seeks his place. The film tells the dramatic story of a young Ojibwa boy ? Saul Indian Horse ? who, taken from his family to enter a Catholic boarding school in 1961, must obliterate his culture.

He temporarily finds his salvation in hockey, a sport that allows him to flourish and join a professional team. However, the latent racism he faces gets the better of him. He throws in the towel and ends up sinking into alcoholism and poverty. After years of wandering, saved in extremis from death, he decides to repent by returning to the places of his childhood. And there, while treading the former skating rink of the Saint-Jerome boarding school, he becomes aware ? in the form of flashbacks ? of another evil that has always gnawed at him: the sexual abuse of which he was the victim.

[Près de 70 000 lecteurs font confiance à la newsletter de The Conversation pour mieux comprendre les grands enjeux du monde. Abonnez-vous aujourd?hui.]

The boarding school is described here as a place of suffering, a de-Amerindianization or even a cultural genocide: we see several times in the film Amerindian children undergoing real psychic and physical abuse. It must be said that the Canadian government had implemented a policy aimed at eradicating Aboriginal languages ??and cultures, thus providing explanations for the high rates of alcoholism, suicide and other social scourges that greatly affected the Amerindian community, as well as the Inuit thereafter.

Based on the words of Richard Wagamese, director Stephen Campanelli took care to mention these few pieces of information in the end credits, interspersed with archive footage showing the life of young Native Americans in residential schools:

?Between the late 1800s and 1996, more than 150,000 indigenous children were sent to residential schools. According to records, at least 6,000 children died while in these facilities. But it is estimated that there are thousands more. In 2008, the Canadian government finally issued an apology and set up a truth and reconciliation commission to establish the truth. We encourage everyone to open their hearts and minds to the suffering and pain inflicted on generations of Indigenous children and families by aggressive government-sanctioned assimilation policies. »



Read more: Emancipation through sport, exploding gender stereotypes


Returning to the history of these sacrificed generations, Indian Horse sets up a certain number of debates on historical truth, on current social conditions, on the destiny of these peoples who have become foreigners and marginalized on their own territories. The evocation of these painful testimonies constitutes an important dramaturgical lever through which are approached, with more or less force, the questions of poverty on the reserves, addiction to alcohol or drugs, inter-community or even family violence; so many inner wounds that have pushed some children to suicide. This feature film thus comes to renew a cinematographic genre which has tended for too long to impose a distorted or even humiliating model of the Indian in often Manichean intrigues.

Give voice to Native Americans

A change in the history of cinema which began to take place at the end of the 1970s, with the production of a “pro-Indian” cinema wishing to show a more realistic vision of the Native American situation, and which resulted in the latter years on a hyperrealist contemporary production, even disillusioned as The Rider by Chloe Zhao (2017), The Grizzlies by Miranda De Pencier (2018) and, of course, Indian Horse.

Today’s filmmakers, like Stephen Campanelli, give voice to the Native Americans themselves, without make-up or pretense, without clichés likely to endanger the community in its most fragile : the preservation of its cultural and religious heritage. This cinema is, as pointed out Anne Garrait-Bourrier?messenger of another voice, more corrosive and uncompromising: that of American reality?.

Indian Horse also fits, in a certain way, into the sports movie lineage by showcasing the importance of play in traditional Indian culture ? “Play is my survival”, says Saul in the film ? and the role played by boarding schools in the appropriation by Native Americans of modern sports practices.

These institutions include in their curriculum physical practices and more particularly sport, which has become an integral part of the national culture and incarnates the values ??of a system which encourages the spirit of competition, individualism and success. School sport, thought of as a factor of assimilation, becomes a substitute for ancestral recreational sports practices.

These schools, like Carlisle and Haskell, allow the emergence of high-level athletes of Native American origin such as James Francis Thorpe or William Mills whose paths are taken up in the biopics. Jim Thorpe ? All American (1951) and Running Brave (1983). This remarkable insertion of the Amerindians in the sporting world does not mask the excesses inherent in North American society at the time.



Read more: Quidditch, this ?real? sport from Harry Potter


Ambient racism rubs shoulders with commercial exploitation, just as the use of Indianness as a sporting argument quickly and lastingly takes on the appearance of pseudototemism, exploiting Native American cultural symbols in the different components of society. Native American athletes, even if they are not banned from playing, are, like their colored counterparts, the victims of racist epithets or other insults. The film picks up on this through the welcome received by the Amerindian ?Moose? team in the regional championship, by Saul within the Toronto ?Monarchs? team, and in the caricature of the player in the press.

With regard to the tragic fictional story of Saul or the real story of Thorpe, Indian Horse denounces the insults and the cruel affronts of which the Amerindians were victims. David Q. Voigt insists on this fact through these few words:

” [?] perhaps no group had to face so much ruthless sarcasm as did the Native Americans?.

It is certainly not popular and media stupidity that got the better of Saul’s professional career, but a combination of factors and traumas that several “stolen generations” had to face.

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In the cinema, the Native American identity too often abused


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[date_timestamp] => 1657135996 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Discovery could inspire new way to detect brain abnormalities [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/science/discovery-could-inspire-new-way-to-detect-brain-abnormalities/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Wed, 06 Jul 2022 18:17:22 +0000 [category] => scienceabnormalitiesBraindetectdiscoveryinspire [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=11019 [description] => Journal Reference: Felix A. Hahl, Lukas Lindner, Xavier Vidal, Tingpeng Luo, Takeshi Ohshima, Shinobu Onoda, Shuya Ishii, Alexander M. Zaitsev, Marco Capelli, Brant C. Gibson, Andrew D. Greentree, Jan Jeske. Magnetic-field-dependent stimulated emission from nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond. Science Advances, 2022; 8 (22) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abn7192 The international research team developed a laser-based diamond sensor that ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Felix A. Hahl, Lukas Lindner, Xavier Vidal, Tingpeng Luo, Takeshi Ohshima, Shinobu Onoda, Shuya Ishii, Alexander M. Zaitsev, Marco Capelli, Brant C. Gibson, Andrew D. Greentree, Jan Jeske. Magnetic-field-dependent stimulated emission from nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond. Science Advances, 2022; 8 (22) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abn7192

The international research team developed a laser-based diamond sensor that can measure magnetic fields up to 10 times more precisely than standard techniques. Their results are published in Science Advances.

Their innovation could help improve on existing magnetic-field sensing techniques for mapping brain activity to identify disorders. With sufficient funding and collaboration with industry, the team say they could develop a proof-of-concept device using their new sensor within five years.

Concussion in sport has been in the spotlight recently with prominent athletes sharing their stories about the significant ramifications of head injuries sustained during their careers. Meanwhile, about 250,000 Australians live with epilepsy, while nearly 500,000 Australians have some form of dementia.

The research is also relevant to a range of sectors beyond healthcare including mining, where it could lead to improved mineral exploration applications.

The study was led by Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics (IAF) in Germany ? one of the leading organisations for applied research in Europe ? working with RMIT University experts in diamond sensing technology Professor Andrew Greentree, Professor Brant Gibson and Dr Marco Capelli.

What?s the scientific breakthrough?

Diamond is already used for sensing magnetic fields, where the amount of light that comes from quantum defects in the diamond changes with the strength of the magnetic field.

The problem with today?s approach is that most of that light is lost.

?Our breakthrough was to make a laser from the defects,? Greentree said.

?By collecting all the light ? instead of just a small amount of it ? we can detect the magnetic field 10 times more precisely with our sensor compared with current best practice.?

How would the portable brain imaging device work?

Today?s magnetoencephalography, or MEG, technology is very sensitive, but also bulky, expensive to install and needs to operate at ultra-cold temperatures with liquid helium and patients must remain still.

?Current MEG machines are huge devices, with dedicated facilities, and they require magnetic shielding around them as well,? Greentree said.

MEG technology based on the new diamond-laser sensor would be much smaller than today?s devices, would operate at room temperature and could be fitted to patients who can move around.

?We really want to have something that we can place on a patient?s head and we want them to be able to move around ? and there?d be no need for expensive liquid helium to operate such a device,? Greentree said.

?With Alzheimer?s, you want to be able to monitor the progression of the disease and know the effect of any treatments. It?s similar with concussion, you want to be able to measure what?s happening in the brain after each knock.

?With this MEG technology we envisage, you might be able to pick up early-onset dementia.

?With epilepsy, you could find out where it?s occurring, and that would help you to better target interventions.?

Fraunhofer?s Dr Jan Jeske and Dr Felix Hahl were corresponding authors for this study, which also involved researchers at the National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology in Japan and The College of Staten Island in the United States.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Felix A. Hahl, Lukas Lindner, Xavier Vidal, Tingpeng Luo, Takeshi Ohshima, Shinobu Onoda, Shuya Ishii, Alexander M. Zaitsev, Marco Capelli, Brant C. Gibson, Andrew D. Greentree, Jan Jeske. Magnetic-field-dependent stimulated emission from nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond. Science Advances, 2022; 8 (22) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abn7192 The international research team developed a laser-based diamond sensor that ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Felix A. Hahl, Lukas Lindner, Xavier Vidal, Tingpeng Luo, Takeshi Ohshima, Shinobu Onoda, Shuya Ishii, Alexander M. Zaitsev, Marco Capelli, Brant C. Gibson, Andrew D. Greentree, Jan Jeske. Magnetic-field-dependent stimulated emission from nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond. Science Advances, 2022; 8 (22) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abn7192

The international research team developed a laser-based diamond sensor that can measure magnetic fields up to 10 times more precisely than standard techniques. Their results are published in Science Advances.

Their innovation could help improve on existing magnetic-field sensing techniques for mapping brain activity to identify disorders. With sufficient funding and collaboration with industry, the team say they could develop a proof-of-concept device using their new sensor within five years.

Concussion in sport has been in the spotlight recently with prominent athletes sharing their stories about the significant ramifications of head injuries sustained during their careers. Meanwhile, about 250,000 Australians live with epilepsy, while nearly 500,000 Australians have some form of dementia.

The research is also relevant to a range of sectors beyond healthcare including mining, where it could lead to improved mineral exploration applications.

The study was led by Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics (IAF) in Germany ? one of the leading organisations for applied research in Europe ? working with RMIT University experts in diamond sensing technology Professor Andrew Greentree, Professor Brant Gibson and Dr Marco Capelli.

What?s the scientific breakthrough?

Diamond is already used for sensing magnetic fields, where the amount of light that comes from quantum defects in the diamond changes with the strength of the magnetic field.

The problem with today?s approach is that most of that light is lost.

?Our breakthrough was to make a laser from the defects,? Greentree said.

?By collecting all the light ? instead of just a small amount of it ? we can detect the magnetic field 10 times more precisely with our sensor compared with current best practice.?

How would the portable brain imaging device work?

Today?s magnetoencephalography, or MEG, technology is very sensitive, but also bulky, expensive to install and needs to operate at ultra-cold temperatures with liquid helium and patients must remain still.

?Current MEG machines are huge devices, with dedicated facilities, and they require magnetic shielding around them as well,? Greentree said.

MEG technology based on the new diamond-laser sensor would be much smaller than today?s devices, would operate at room temperature and could be fitted to patients who can move around.

?We really want to have something that we can place on a patient?s head and we want them to be able to move around ? and there?d be no need for expensive liquid helium to operate such a device,? Greentree said.

?With Alzheimer?s, you want to be able to monitor the progression of the disease and know the effect of any treatments. It?s similar with concussion, you want to be able to measure what?s happening in the brain after each knock.

?With this MEG technology we envisage, you might be able to pick up early-onset dementia.

?With epilepsy, you could find out where it?s occurring, and that would help you to better target interventions.?

Fraunhofer?s Dr Jan Jeske and Dr Felix Hahl were corresponding authors for this study, which also involved researchers at the National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology in Japan and The College of Staten Island in the United States.

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Discovery could inspire new way to detect brain abnormalities

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[date_timestamp] => 1657131442 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Productions of love, action, comedy, drama and mysteries that you should not miss these days on Netflix [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/mystery/productions-of-love-action-comedy-drama-and-mysteries-that-you-should-not-miss-these-days-on-netflix/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Kelly Nieves ) [pubdate] => Wed, 06 Jul 2022 17:35:11 +0000 [category] => MysteryActioncomedyDaysdramaLovemysteriesNetflixproductions [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=11016 [description] => Varied titles not to be missed during these days. (Netflix) This week has been very active in Netflix due to the large number of productions that many subscribers were waiting for and that are already moving. Then get 100% up to date with our recommendations. [Más series y películas que te recomendamos en Qué puedo ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Varied titles not to be missed during these days. (Netflix)

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FEATURED LATIN AMERICAN MOVIE OF THE WEEK

brave time (July 6th)

"brave time" is the Argentine film starring Diego Peretti and Luis Luque.  (Netflix)
“Time for the brave” is the Argentine film starring Diego Peretti and Luis Luque. (Netflix)

Argentine story centered on a depressed policeman and a psychoanalyst who accompanies him on his rounds, who form an unexpected friendship when they are involved in a homicide investigation.

SERIES

Z-control – S3 (July 6)

Immediately after Susana’s accidental death, the group makes a pact to keep their involvement a secret and never speak of it again. Fifteen months later, the group is about to graduate and achieve their dreams. (Netflix)

In this installment, Sofía, Javi and their friends try to continue with their life in their last year of school, but now an unknown hacker with a family account makes things quite difficult for them.

Business are business (July 6th)

Desperate for his company to succeed, a finance man lies, plays dirty and cheats.  (Netflix)
Desperate for his company to succeed, a finance man lies, plays dirty and cheats. (Netflix)

German 6-episode series that centers on an insatiable financial genius who, exasperated by succeeding with his startup, lies, cheats, and scams.

The longest night (July 8)

When everything that matters is at risk, your principles disappear and even your bitter enemy can become your best ally. Chaos, action and mystery will take over the Monte Baruca prison. (Netflix)

Production divided into 6 episodes about a group of men who intervene in a psychiatric prison to kidnap a serial killer. A long and violent night.

boo bitch (July 8)

Comedy and fantasy series in which a girl becomes a ghost. (Netflix)

Fiction that narrates the experiences of two friends who seek to be noticed at school, until one of them becomes a ghost, a situation that will lead her to live the best version of life… while she can.

Captain – S2 (July 8)

"Captain" It stars Luc Schiltz and Sophie Mousel.  (Netflix)
“Capitani” stars Luc Schiltz and Sophie Mousel. (Netflix)

Its official synopsis describes that “Now in Luxembourg, Luc Capitani has a new job and becomes entangled in the investigation of a murder linked to the criminal underworld.”

How to design an erotic room (July 8)

Common rooms and rooms converted into luxurious erotic places.  (Netflix)
Common rooms and rooms converted into luxurious erotic places. (Netflix)

Reality in which a prestigious designer named Melanie Rose amazes various couples with spectacular erotic transformations in their homes.

FILMS

Hello, goodbye and everything that happened (July 6th)

After agreeing to break up before college, Clare and Aidan spend their last night as a couple reminiscing about their relationship. (Netflix)

Without giving it much thought, two young lovers decide to separate before going to college… with no regrets. However, that is not what fate wants, so perhaps a last goodbye could present them with a chance at love.

sea ??monster (July 8)

In a time when terrifying beasts roamed the seas, monster hunters were considered heroes, and no one was braver than the great Jacob Holland. (Netflix)

Netflix describes it as: “A stowaway who sneaks onto the ship of a legendary monster hunter embarks on an epic journey across uncharted seas.”

DOCUMENTARIES AND SPECIALS

The girl in the photo (July 6th)

"The girl in the photo" is a harrowing true story about various crimes.  (Netflix)
“The Girl in the Picture” is a harrowing true story about various crimes. (Netflix)

This feature film presents a story divided into three variants in which a woman who appears almost dead on the road leaves behind a son, a man who claims to be her husband… and a mystery that is more like a nightmare.

ANIME

Vinland Saga (July 7)

"Vinland Saga" is a 2019 Japanese animation, directed by Shuhei Yabuta.  (Netflix)
“Vinland Saga” is a 2019 Japanese animation, directed by Shuhei Yabuta. (Netflix)

Story focused on the young Thorfinn, who, eager for revenge, joins the mercenary band of his father’s murderer Askeladd, who is plotting a political plan.

CHILDREN AND FAMILY

Karma’s world S3 (July 7)

Pokemon Master Journeys – Part 3 (July 8)

Thomas & Friends : Full Steam Trains (July 8)

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) [summary] => Varied titles not to be missed during these days. (Netflix) This week has been very active in Netflix due to the large number of productions that many subscribers were waiting for and that are already moving. Then get 100% up to date with our recommendations. [Más series y películas que te recomendamos en Qué puedo ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Varied titles not to be missed during these days. (Netflix)

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FEATURED LATIN AMERICAN MOVIE OF THE WEEK

brave time (July 6th)

"brave time" is the Argentine film starring Diego Peretti and Luis Luque.  (Netflix)
“Time for the brave” is the Argentine film starring Diego Peretti and Luis Luque. (Netflix)

Argentine story centered on a depressed policeman and a psychoanalyst who accompanies him on his rounds, who form an unexpected friendship when they are involved in a homicide investigation.

SERIES

Z-control – S3 (July 6)

Immediately after Susana’s accidental death, the group makes a pact to keep their involvement a secret and never speak of it again. Fifteen months later, the group is about to graduate and achieve their dreams. (Netflix)

In this installment, Sofía, Javi and their friends try to continue with their life in their last year of school, but now an unknown hacker with a family account makes things quite difficult for them.

Business are business (July 6th)

Desperate for his company to succeed, a finance man lies, plays dirty and cheats.  (Netflix)
Desperate for his company to succeed, a finance man lies, plays dirty and cheats. (Netflix)

German 6-episode series that centers on an insatiable financial genius who, exasperated by succeeding with his startup, lies, cheats, and scams.

The longest night (July 8)

When everything that matters is at risk, your principles disappear and even your bitter enemy can become your best ally. Chaos, action and mystery will take over the Monte Baruca prison. (Netflix)

Production divided into 6 episodes about a group of men who intervene in a psychiatric prison to kidnap a serial killer. A long and violent night.

boo bitch (July 8)

Comedy and fantasy series in which a girl becomes a ghost. (Netflix)

Fiction that narrates the experiences of two friends who seek to be noticed at school, until one of them becomes a ghost, a situation that will lead her to live the best version of life… while she can.

Captain – S2 (July 8)

"Captain" It stars Luc Schiltz and Sophie Mousel.  (Netflix)
“Capitani” stars Luc Schiltz and Sophie Mousel. (Netflix)

Its official synopsis describes that “Now in Luxembourg, Luc Capitani has a new job and becomes entangled in the investigation of a murder linked to the criminal underworld.”

How to design an erotic room (July 8)

Common rooms and rooms converted into luxurious erotic places.  (Netflix)
Common rooms and rooms converted into luxurious erotic places. (Netflix)

Reality in which a prestigious designer named Melanie Rose amazes various couples with spectacular erotic transformations in their homes.

FILMS

Hello, goodbye and everything that happened (July 6th)

After agreeing to break up before college, Clare and Aidan spend their last night as a couple reminiscing about their relationship. (Netflix)

Without giving it much thought, two young lovers decide to separate before going to college… with no regrets. However, that is not what fate wants, so perhaps a last goodbye could present them with a chance at love.

sea ??monster (July 8)

In a time when terrifying beasts roamed the seas, monster hunters were considered heroes, and no one was braver than the great Jacob Holland. (Netflix)

Netflix describes it as: “A stowaway who sneaks onto the ship of a legendary monster hunter embarks on an epic journey across uncharted seas.”

DOCUMENTARIES AND SPECIALS

The girl in the photo (July 6th)

"The girl in the photo" is a harrowing true story about various crimes.  (Netflix)
“The Girl in the Picture” is a harrowing true story about various crimes. (Netflix)

This feature film presents a story divided into three variants in which a woman who appears almost dead on the road leaves behind a son, a man who claims to be her husband… and a mystery that is more like a nightmare.

ANIME

Vinland Saga (July 7)

"Vinland Saga" is a 2019 Japanese animation, directed by Shuhei Yabuta.  (Netflix)
“Vinland Saga” is a 2019 Japanese animation, directed by Shuhei Yabuta. (Netflix)

Story focused on the young Thorfinn, who, eager for revenge, joins the mercenary band of his father’s murderer Askeladd, who is plotting a political plan.

CHILDREN AND FAMILY

Karma’s world S3 (July 7)

Pokemon Master Journeys – Part 3 (July 8)

Thomas & Friends : Full Steam Trains (July 8)

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Max Wrightthe actor who played Willy Tanner in ?alpha?, the remembered series of the eighties, has one of the most dramatic stories of the cast. Died in 2019, after a long battle against cancer, the interpreter who gave life to ‘Willy Tanner’ also had to deal with lymphoma, diagnosed in 1995, and with a series of addictions that led him to lose control of a career that made him one of the most sought after faces between the 80s and early 90s on American television.

LOOK: ALF: Why did the actors of this popular series describe it as a true nightmare?

And it is that after the end of “Alf”, the diseases that Wright suffered were not his big problem, but he himself. Some media reported that he spent his days taking drugs at his house in Los Angeles and even some images that showed him in decline went viral.

In 2008 the newspaper “National Enquirer” revealed a video in which “Willy Tanner” appeared in a crack den. Said publication, which cites an alleged former lover of Wright, also mentions that the actor began to develop other self-destructive behaviors since his wife threw him out, tired of his attitude.

?Star of ?Alf? trapped in a crack den?, was the title of the note. In the text, in addition, the man who recorded the video was interviewed.

?Her life was so out of control that she wasn’t afraid of getting AIDS. Max has had unprotected sex with me and homeless people, and he’s been on drugs with all of them. He agreed to be filmed with two men we met on the street. They were homeless people,? he commented.

After publication, Wright denied the facts but did not make any judgments on the magazine.

In 2015, Max Wright reappeared emaciated in photographs while Very different from how he was remembered.

In addition to “Alph”

In addition to starring in four seasons of “Alf,” Wright has appeared on shows like “Buffalo Bill,” “Cheers,” “Misfits of Science,” “Dudley” and “The Norm Show.” The interpreter was also part of films such as ?All That Jazz?, ?Reds?, ?The Sting II?, ?Soul Man?, ?The Shadow?, among others. Another of his roles was as Rachel’s boss in “Friends,” when Jennifer Aniston’s character was trying to gain her independence as a waitress at Central Perk.

Max Wright in "friends"
Max Wright in “Friends” / Screenshot

With four seasons and 103 episodes broadcast between 1986 and 1990, “Alf” revolved around the arrival of a friendly alien in the life of an ordinary family and was a landmark of American television in the 1980s.

In August 2018, the specialized portal TVLine reported that the production company Warner Bros. Television was planning to recover “Alf”. According to the first details of the project, the new “Alf” would focus on the alien’s return to Earth and introduce a new family. However, the project has not been stopped to date.

In June 2016, the actor Mihaly “Michu” Meszaros, who was in charge of giving life to the alien Alf, died at the age of 76. Born in Budapest in 1939, Meszaros was a circus performer and artist who stood just 0.83 meters tall.

Currently, all seasons of ?Alf? can be seen streaming on HBO Max.

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) [summary] => Max Wrightthe actor who played Willy Tanner in ?alpha?, the remembered series of the eighties, has one of the most dramatic stories of the cast. Died in 2019, after a long battle against cancer, the interpreter who gave life to ‘Willy Tanner’ also had to deal with lymphoma, diagnosed in 1995, and with a series ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Max Wrightthe actor who played Willy Tanner in ?alpha?, the remembered series of the eighties, has one of the most dramatic stories of the cast. Died in 2019, after a long battle against cancer, the interpreter who gave life to ‘Willy Tanner’ also had to deal with lymphoma, diagnosed in 1995, and with a series of addictions that led him to lose control of a career that made him one of the most sought after faces between the 80s and early 90s on American television.

LOOK: ALF: Why did the actors of this popular series describe it as a true nightmare?

And it is that after the end of “Alf”, the diseases that Wright suffered were not his big problem, but he himself. Some media reported that he spent his days taking drugs at his house in Los Angeles and even some images that showed him in decline went viral.

In 2008 the newspaper “National Enquirer” revealed a video in which “Willy Tanner” appeared in a crack den. Said publication, which cites an alleged former lover of Wright, also mentions that the actor began to develop other self-destructive behaviors since his wife threw him out, tired of his attitude.

?Star of ?Alf? trapped in a crack den?, was the title of the note. In the text, in addition, the man who recorded the video was interviewed.

?Her life was so out of control that she wasn’t afraid of getting AIDS. Max has had unprotected sex with me and homeless people, and he’s been on drugs with all of them. He agreed to be filmed with two men we met on the street. They were homeless people,? he commented.

After publication, Wright denied the facts but did not make any judgments on the magazine.

In 2015, Max Wright reappeared emaciated in photographs while Very different from how he was remembered.

In addition to “Alph”

In addition to starring in four seasons of “Alf,” Wright has appeared on shows like “Buffalo Bill,” “Cheers,” “Misfits of Science,” “Dudley” and “The Norm Show.” The interpreter was also part of films such as ?All That Jazz?, ?Reds?, ?The Sting II?, ?Soul Man?, ?The Shadow?, among others. Another of his roles was as Rachel’s boss in “Friends,” when Jennifer Aniston’s character was trying to gain her independence as a waitress at Central Perk.

Max Wright in "friends"
Max Wright in “Friends” / Screenshot

With four seasons and 103 episodes broadcast between 1986 and 1990, “Alf” revolved around the arrival of a friendly alien in the life of an ordinary family and was a landmark of American television in the 1980s.

In August 2018, the specialized portal TVLine reported that the production company Warner Bros. Television was planning to recover “Alf”. According to the first details of the project, the new “Alf” would focus on the alien’s return to Earth and introduce a new family. However, the project has not been stopped to date.

In June 2016, the actor Mihaly “Michu” Meszaros, who was in charge of giving life to the alien Alf, died at the age of 76. Born in Budapest in 1939, Meszaros was a circus performer and artist who stood just 0.83 meters tall.

Currently, all seasons of ?Alf? can be seen streaming on HBO Max.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding web content

“Alf”: the excesses that marked the life of Max Wright, the remembered Willy Tanner


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Los filmes que hacen uso de cámaras tradicionales y actores humanos, y se apoyan principalmente en la fotografía en lugar de animación o imágenes generadas por computadora, se conocen como películas de acción animada; mientras que el cine animado se caracteriza por la simulación de movimiento creada por una serie de imágenes, dibujos, modelos o incluso títeres sucesivos para crear una ilusión de movimiento en una secuencia de fotogramas. Para que la magia se haga en ambos cines hay que aplicar diversas técnicas y, a continuación, describimos algunas de ellas.

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Características, elementos y estilo de todos los tipos de películas (acción, drama?)

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Técnicas del cine live-action

Más allá de la elección de una locación, del reparto y del uso de efectos visuales y de sonido,  hay una gran cantidad de técnicas del cine de acción en vivo que se utilizan en las películas para transmitir un significado y para darle dinamismo y fluidez al metraje. A continuación presentamos algunas de las técnicas utilizadas en el cine que son imprescindibles en el ámbito de las técnicas cinematográficas

1. Ángulos

Una de las principales técnicas del cine en el arte del live action es el buen uso de los ángulos de cámara, los cuales son las distintas inclinaciones de la misma en relación con la escena y los personajes. Los ángulos de cámara deben ser bien elegidos, ya que todos tienen un propósito e influyen de forma evidente en las tomas. Algunos pueden resaltar una secuencia de acción, mientras que otros tienen la función de desorientar a la audiencia o sugerir una relación entre los personajes. Algunos ejemplos de cinemtografía en ángulos son:

2. Diálogo

El diálogo forma parte tanto de las técnicas de animación digital como las del cine de acción real y, básicamente, es un factor necesario para el desarrollo y desenlace de la trama. Los diálogos son conversaciones entre dos o más personajes, las cuales han sido producidas o creadas por los guionistas para transmitir la trama de la película y para proyectar el carácter de los personajes.

3. Plano de establecimiento

Un plano que marca el paso del tiempo en una película. A veces se trata de una serie de titulares de periódicos, un calendario, árboles que pasan por cambios estacionales o las manecillas de un reloj. ¿Busca una lista completa de técnicas cinematográficas y un desglose de cómo crean significado? Bueno, esto es todo. En esta guía de búsqueda, encontrará todas las técnicas cinematográficas importantes que necesita discutir en sus ensayos.

4. Uso del color

Otra de las características o técnicas cinematográficas es el uso del color, especialmente la elección de la paleta de colores o el esquema; son necesarios para poder reflejar el estado de ánimo del personaje en la escena que se está desarrollando. Asimismo, el color de una escena también se puede mejorar mediante otras técnicas de iluminación que le aportan riqueza y peso al metraje. 

5. Cucoloris

Seguidamente, entre las técnicas del cine live action también podemos enlistar el cucoloris, que es una técnica de iluminación en la que se coloca un objeto entre la fuente de luz y el sujeto para crear una sombra modelada. Este es un dispositivo para proyectar sombras o siluetas y de esta manera, puede generar patrones en la iluminación. 

El cucoloris, que a menudo se le conoce como galleta, se utiliza en el cine, el teatro y la fotografía; se utiliza con la finalidad de que rompa la luz de una fuente artificial para darle una apariencia más natural. Vale destacar que esta técnica se popularizó fácilmente con el cine negro.

6. Transversales

El corte transversal es una de las técnicas cinematográficas de edición más aplicadas en los largometrajes. Las tomas transversales quedan en evidencia cuando las acciones se establecen como si ocurrieran al mismo tiempo, es decir, la cámara cortará una toma y procederá a enfocar otra con una acción distinta, y esto creará la conexión entre ambas escenas como si fuesen cosas están ocurriendo en el mismo momento; por lo general se ven tomas transversales en filmes de acción.

7. Disolver

Esta técnica es una transición que se mueve entre una toma y otra para conectar o acoplar dos escenas en una, y lo hace superponiendo una toma y desvaneciendo la primera imagen mientras fortalece la segunda toma.

Este tipo de transiciones puede aplicarse en películas de suspenso o terror psicológico, puesto que tiene la capacidad de denotar ensoñaciones, alucinaciones, recuerdos, el paso del tiempo o puede dar paso a conversaciones telefónicas y comunicaciones a larga distancia.

8. Dolly

Finalmente, el uso del rodaje Dolly, que es una plataforma rodante en el que están sentados la cámara y el director, es una de las más utilizadas en las películas de live action. Este rodaje consiste en una toma rodante en la que la plataforma sigue la acción para darle fluidez y continuidad a la escena. Fácilmente puede usarse para una persecución o para grabar al personaje corriendo frente a la cámara. 

Técnicas cinematográficas de animación

Al inicio indicamos qué es animación y adelantamos que en esta entrada describiríamos qué es una técnica de animación. Ahora bien, en esta sección hablaremos de los tipos de animación digital que son las técnicas básicas de animación por computadora que se pueden apreciar en muchas de las películas animadas de la actualidad y que figuran como las características del cine de animación moderno.

9. Tradicional / 2D

Iniciando con la animación tradicional, conocida como 2D (dos dimensiones), podemos definirla como una de las principales que se ha utilizado en dibujos de cine. La animación tradicional consiste en dibujar en papel transparente de celuloide para crear la secuencia animada, y luego ser convertida en fotogramas individuales que, posteriormente se convertirán en una película. 

Uno de los ejemplos de animación más conocidos con esta técnica es la película de Aladdín (1992) de Disney, El Rey León (1994) y El Jorobado de Notre Dame (1996).  Pese a que el estilo tradicional no es tan frecuente en la actualidad, ya que los dibujos se hacen generalmente en tablets, esta ha sido una de las grandes y viejas técnicas de películas de animación, pero no ha sido utilizado por Disney desde La Sirenita en 1989. 

10. 2D (Vectores)

La animación en 2D basada en vectores se caracteriza por generar un movimiento controlado por vectores en lugar de por píxeles, ya que estos formatos (JPG, GIF, BMP) no son compatibles  porque no pueden ampliarse o reducirse sin afectar a la calidad de la imagen, y esto afectaría rotundamente la película y sus fotogramas. 

En este sentido, los gráficos vectoriales no afectan la resolución, puesto que los vectores se caracterizan por hacer un recorrido con varios puntos de inicio y final, para conectar las líneas que construyen el gráfico. Es por ello que las animaciones tradicionales fueron quedando atrás con el avance de la tecnología, lo que dio espacio para la animación basada en vectores, que permiten variaciones las configuraciones de la imagen y permiten que el movimiento de las mismas sea más suave y fluido. 

11. 3D

Seguidamente, a la lista de técnicas cinematográficas animadas anexamos a la animación en 3D (tres dimensiones), la cual es una de las más populares del cinema animado y también es conocida como una de las técnicas básicas de animación por computadora más usadas. El 3D se utiliza en el cine animado desde 1995, desde el estreno de Toy Story, de Disney Pixar. 

La animación en 3D, que conlleva un proceso largo y complejo, consiste en el uso de un programa para mover las partes del cuerpo del personaje. Con esta técnica el animador debe fijar los fotogramas digitales cuando todas las partes del personaje están en la posición óptima y debe repetir el proceso para cada fotograma; el ordenador calcula el movimiento de cada uno, pero el animador debe configurar y ajustar los movimientos, curvaturas y cambios en todo momento. 

12. Motion graphics

Los gráficos en movimiento, también conocidos como motion graphics, son piezas que pueden generar la ilusión de movimiento y, por lo general, se utilizan en anuncios, secuencias de títulos en películas y hasta en videos musicales. El objetivo de los motion graphics como técnica de dibujo de movimiento es comunicar el mensaje al espectador mediante la combinación de sonidos e imágenes multimedia. 

En síntesis, los motion graphics son un tipo de animación que se emplea más que todo en el área de negocios y la publicidad, ya que el texto funciona como protagonista, pero sigue siendo una buena herramienta para transiciones con texto en los largometrajes. 

13. Stop motion

El stop motion es otra de las técnicas más populares del cinema animado, y puede realizarse con plastilina, pixelación, el movimiento de objetos, animación de recortes, etc., hay variedad en cuanto a la ejecución, pero la forma básica de hacerla es similar al estilo tradicional de un flipbook. No obstante, en lugar de dibujos, la técnica de stop motion ajusta objetos físicos en cada fotograma.

Por supuesto, esto significa que conlleva a la realización de un trabajo minucioso y bien sincronizado. El stop motion consiste en el movimiento en pequeños incrementos, capturados cuadro a cuadro, para finalmente traducirse en la ilusión de movimiento. Algunos de los mejores ejemplos del stop motion se pueden ver en películas como Wallace y Gromit (1989), El Extraño Mundo de Jack (1993), Pollitos en Fuga (2000) e Isla de Perros (2018).

Sin lugar a dudas, las técnicas del cine de acción en vivo implica un gran trabajo fotográfico, de guion y edición, así como de las actuaciones; sin embargo, es evidente que las técnicas cinematográficas del cine animado también tienen un alto grado de complejidad que se traduce en grandes piezas audiovisuales que puedes disfrutar y apreciar.

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Los filmes que hacen uso de cámaras tradicionales y actores humanos, y se apoyan principalmente en la fotografía en lugar de animación o imágenes generadas por computadora, se conocen como películas de acción animada; mientras que el cine animado se caracteriza por la simulación de movimiento creada por una serie de imágenes, dibujos, modelos o incluso títeres sucesivos para crear una ilusión de movimiento en una secuencia de fotogramas. Para que la magia se haga en ambos cines hay que aplicar diversas técnicas y, a continuación, describimos algunas de ellas.

Géneros cinematográficos:
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Técnicas del cine live-action

Más allá de la elección de una locación, del reparto y del uso de efectos visuales y de sonido,  hay una gran cantidad de técnicas del cine de acción en vivo que se utilizan en las películas para transmitir un significado y para darle dinamismo y fluidez al metraje. A continuación presentamos algunas de las técnicas utilizadas en el cine que son imprescindibles en el ámbito de las técnicas cinematográficas

1. Ángulos

Una de las principales técnicas del cine en el arte del live action es el buen uso de los ángulos de cámara, los cuales son las distintas inclinaciones de la misma en relación con la escena y los personajes. Los ángulos de cámara deben ser bien elegidos, ya que todos tienen un propósito e influyen de forma evidente en las tomas. Algunos pueden resaltar una secuencia de acción, mientras que otros tienen la función de desorientar a la audiencia o sugerir una relación entre los personajes. Algunos ejemplos de cinemtografía en ángulos son:

2. Diálogo

El diálogo forma parte tanto de las técnicas de animación digital como las del cine de acción real y, básicamente, es un factor necesario para el desarrollo y desenlace de la trama. Los diálogos son conversaciones entre dos o más personajes, las cuales han sido producidas o creadas por los guionistas para transmitir la trama de la película y para proyectar el carácter de los personajes.

3. Plano de establecimiento

Un plano que marca el paso del tiempo en una película. A veces se trata de una serie de titulares de periódicos, un calendario, árboles que pasan por cambios estacionales o las manecillas de un reloj. ¿Busca una lista completa de técnicas cinematográficas y un desglose de cómo crean significado? Bueno, esto es todo. En esta guía de búsqueda, encontrará todas las técnicas cinematográficas importantes que necesita discutir en sus ensayos.

4. Uso del color

Otra de las características o técnicas cinematográficas es el uso del color, especialmente la elección de la paleta de colores o el esquema; son necesarios para poder reflejar el estado de ánimo del personaje en la escena que se está desarrollando. Asimismo, el color de una escena también se puede mejorar mediante otras técnicas de iluminación que le aportan riqueza y peso al metraje. 

5. Cucoloris

Seguidamente, entre las técnicas del cine live action también podemos enlistar el cucoloris, que es una técnica de iluminación en la que se coloca un objeto entre la fuente de luz y el sujeto para crear una sombra modelada. Este es un dispositivo para proyectar sombras o siluetas y de esta manera, puede generar patrones en la iluminación. 

El cucoloris, que a menudo se le conoce como galleta, se utiliza en el cine, el teatro y la fotografía; se utiliza con la finalidad de que rompa la luz de una fuente artificial para darle una apariencia más natural. Vale destacar que esta técnica se popularizó fácilmente con el cine negro.

6. Transversales

El corte transversal es una de las técnicas cinematográficas de edición más aplicadas en los largometrajes. Las tomas transversales quedan en evidencia cuando las acciones se establecen como si ocurrieran al mismo tiempo, es decir, la cámara cortará una toma y procederá a enfocar otra con una acción distinta, y esto creará la conexión entre ambas escenas como si fuesen cosas están ocurriendo en el mismo momento; por lo general se ven tomas transversales en filmes de acción.

7. Disolver

Esta técnica es una transición que se mueve entre una toma y otra para conectar o acoplar dos escenas en una, y lo hace superponiendo una toma y desvaneciendo la primera imagen mientras fortalece la segunda toma.

Este tipo de transiciones puede aplicarse en películas de suspenso o terror psicológico, puesto que tiene la capacidad de denotar ensoñaciones, alucinaciones, recuerdos, el paso del tiempo o puede dar paso a conversaciones telefónicas y comunicaciones a larga distancia.

8. Dolly

Finalmente, el uso del rodaje Dolly, que es una plataforma rodante en el que están sentados la cámara y el director, es una de las más utilizadas en las películas de live action. Este rodaje consiste en una toma rodante en la que la plataforma sigue la acción para darle fluidez y continuidad a la escena. Fácilmente puede usarse para una persecución o para grabar al personaje corriendo frente a la cámara. 

Técnicas cinematográficas de animación

Al inicio indicamos qué es animación y adelantamos que en esta entrada describiríamos qué es una técnica de animación. Ahora bien, en esta sección hablaremos de los tipos de animación digital que son las técnicas básicas de animación por computadora que se pueden apreciar en muchas de las películas animadas de la actualidad y que figuran como las características del cine de animación moderno.

9. Tradicional / 2D

Iniciando con la animación tradicional, conocida como 2D (dos dimensiones), podemos definirla como una de las principales que se ha utilizado en dibujos de cine. La animación tradicional consiste en dibujar en papel transparente de celuloide para crear la secuencia animada, y luego ser convertida en fotogramas individuales que, posteriormente se convertirán en una película. 

Uno de los ejemplos de animación más conocidos con esta técnica es la película de Aladdín (1992) de Disney, El Rey León (1994) y El Jorobado de Notre Dame (1996).  Pese a que el estilo tradicional no es tan frecuente en la actualidad, ya que los dibujos se hacen generalmente en tablets, esta ha sido una de las grandes y viejas técnicas de películas de animación, pero no ha sido utilizado por Disney desde La Sirenita en 1989. 

10. 2D (Vectores)

La animación en 2D basada en vectores se caracteriza por generar un movimiento controlado por vectores en lugar de por píxeles, ya que estos formatos (JPG, GIF, BMP) no son compatibles  porque no pueden ampliarse o reducirse sin afectar a la calidad de la imagen, y esto afectaría rotundamente la película y sus fotogramas. 

En este sentido, los gráficos vectoriales no afectan la resolución, puesto que los vectores se caracterizan por hacer un recorrido con varios puntos de inicio y final, para conectar las líneas que construyen el gráfico. Es por ello que las animaciones tradicionales fueron quedando atrás con el avance de la tecnología, lo que dio espacio para la animación basada en vectores, que permiten variaciones las configuraciones de la imagen y permiten que el movimiento de las mismas sea más suave y fluido. 

11. 3D

Seguidamente, a la lista de técnicas cinematográficas animadas anexamos a la animación en 3D (tres dimensiones), la cual es una de las más populares del cinema animado y también es conocida como una de las técnicas básicas de animación por computadora más usadas. El 3D se utiliza en el cine animado desde 1995, desde el estreno de Toy Story, de Disney Pixar. 

La animación en 3D, que conlleva un proceso largo y complejo, consiste en el uso de un programa para mover las partes del cuerpo del personaje. Con esta técnica el animador debe fijar los fotogramas digitales cuando todas las partes del personaje están en la posición óptima y debe repetir el proceso para cada fotograma; el ordenador calcula el movimiento de cada uno, pero el animador debe configurar y ajustar los movimientos, curvaturas y cambios en todo momento. 

12. Motion graphics

Los gráficos en movimiento, también conocidos como motion graphics, son piezas que pueden generar la ilusión de movimiento y, por lo general, se utilizan en anuncios, secuencias de títulos en películas y hasta en videos musicales. El objetivo de los motion graphics como técnica de dibujo de movimiento es comunicar el mensaje al espectador mediante la combinación de sonidos e imágenes multimedia. 

En síntesis, los motion graphics son un tipo de animación que se emplea más que todo en el área de negocios y la publicidad, ya que el texto funciona como protagonista, pero sigue siendo una buena herramienta para transiciones con texto en los largometrajes. 

13. Stop motion

El stop motion es otra de las técnicas más populares del cinema animado, y puede realizarse con plastilina, pixelación, el movimiento de objetos, animación de recortes, etc., hay variedad en cuanto a la ejecución, pero la forma básica de hacerla es similar al estilo tradicional de un flipbook. No obstante, en lugar de dibujos, la técnica de stop motion ajusta objetos físicos en cada fotograma.

Por supuesto, esto significa que conlleva a la realización de un trabajo minucioso y bien sincronizado. El stop motion consiste en el movimiento en pequeños incrementos, capturados cuadro a cuadro, para finalmente traducirse en la ilusión de movimiento. Algunos de los mejores ejemplos del stop motion se pueden ver en películas como Wallace y Gromit (1989), El Extraño Mundo de Jack (1993), Pollitos en Fuga (2000) e Isla de Perros (2018).

Sin lugar a dudas, las técnicas del cine de acción en vivo implica un gran trabajo fotográfico, de guion y edición, así como de las actuaciones; sin embargo, es evidente que las técnicas cinematográficas del cine animado también tienen un alto grado de complejidad que se traduce en grandes piezas audiovisuales que puedes disfrutar y apreciar.

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   Tras labrarse durante décadas una exitosa carrera teatral, Paco Martínez Soria alcanzó la fama en los años sesenta regalando a los espectadores uno de los personajes más entrañables, queridos y desternillantes del cine español en ‘La ciudad no es para mí’, la inolvidable película que en 1965 dirigió Pedro Lazaga. Desde entonces, este genio de la risa protagonizó una larga lista de eternas comedias que, este julio, FlixOlé reivindica con un ciclo especial y varios estrenos.

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   El primer estreno de FlixOlé es ‘El precio de la risa’ (Gabriel Lechón, 2017), un documental que recorre la vida del actor natural de Tarazona (Zaragoza) para abordar tanto su filmografía de hombre rústico de gran corazón, como su faceta menos conocida de empresario, director y productor teatral. Una mirada diferente tiene el otro documental del especial, ‘Cómicos nuestros: Paco Martínez Soria’ (Ramón Verdet, 2021), donde José Corbacho repasa la cartera de chistes del turiasonense junto con otras caras conocidas del género humorístico, como Concha Velasco, José Sacristán o Pepe Viyuela.

   Boina en cabeza y con una cesta llena de gallinas al brazo, Martínez Soria interpreta en la taquillera ‘La ciudad no es para mí’, incluida en la colección de FlixOlé, a Agustín Valverde, un pueblerino que abandona el campo para plantarse con su acento maño en Madrid. Esta icónica escena no solo convirtió al actor en todo un fenómeno social, sino que además provocó que otras numerosas películas protagonizadas por él mantuvieran viva esa misma esencia años después.

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   La gran mayoría de estos filmes registraron cifras récord de público en sus estrenos y muchos superaron el millón de espectadores en salas. Transcurridas varias décadas, dichas cintas conservan el tirón entre el espectador, con unas cotas de audiencia envidiables en el cine español y ahora FlixOlé las recupera y reúne en un especial homenaje para el cómico.

   En concreto, el espectador podrá ver o revisitar ‘¿Qué hacemos con los hijos?’ (1967), comedia que relata el contraste entre las generaciones que vivían bajo un mismo techo; la también taquillera ‘El turismo es un gran invento’ (1968), sobre el boom de guiris, chiringuitos, playas y hoteles; ‘Abuelo made in Spain’ (1969), con un guiño inicial al problema de la despoblación en las zonas rurales; ‘Don Erre que erre’ (José Luis Sáenz de Heredia, 1970) y sus desternillantes escenas a cuenta de la terquedad del actor principal… Así hasta llegar a la última película que protagonizó Martínez Soria:’ La tía de Carlos’ (Luis Mª Delgado, 1982), donde el artista cambió la boina por la peluca.

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   Así, junto a títulos tan populares como ‘Don Erre que erre’ o ‘Abuelo made in Spain’, la plataforma subraya el imprescindible papel que interpretó Martínez Soria durante el desarrollismo, retratando los cambios que experimentó la España de los años 60 y 70, marcada por el éxodo rural, el turismo masivo y la mirada aperturista con el lanzamiento de dos documentales.

   El primer estreno de FlixOlé es ‘El precio de la risa’ (Gabriel Lechón, 2017), un documental que recorre la vida del actor natural de Tarazona (Zaragoza) para abordar tanto su filmografía de hombre rústico de gran corazón, como su faceta menos conocida de empresario, director y productor teatral. Una mirada diferente tiene el otro documental del especial, ‘Cómicos nuestros: Paco Martínez Soria’ (Ramón Verdet, 2021), donde José Corbacho repasa la cartera de chistes del turiasonense junto con otras caras conocidas del género humorístico, como Concha Velasco, José Sacristán o Pepe Viyuela.

   Boina en cabeza y con una cesta llena de gallinas al brazo, Martínez Soria interpreta en la taquillera ‘La ciudad no es para mí’, incluida en la colección de FlixOlé, a Agustín Valverde, un pueblerino que abandona el campo para plantarse con su acento maño en Madrid. Esta icónica escena no solo convirtió al actor en todo un fenómeno social, sino que además provocó que otras numerosas películas protagonizadas por él mantuvieran viva esa misma esencia años después.

EL PAISANO CAMPESTRE, TODO UN ICONO

   La gran mayoría de estos filmes registraron cifras récord de público en sus estrenos y muchos superaron el millón de espectadores en salas. Transcurridas varias décadas, dichas cintas conservan el tirón entre el espectador, con unas cotas de audiencia envidiables en el cine español y ahora FlixOlé las recupera y reúne en un especial homenaje para el cómico.

   En concreto, el espectador podrá ver o revisitar ‘¿Qué hacemos con los hijos?’ (1967), comedia que relata el contraste entre las generaciones que vivían bajo un mismo techo; la también taquillera ‘El turismo es un gran invento’ (1968), sobre el boom de guiris, chiringuitos, playas y hoteles; ‘Abuelo made in Spain’ (1969), con un guiño inicial al problema de la despoblación en las zonas rurales; ‘Don Erre que erre’ (José Luis Sáenz de Heredia, 1970) y sus desternillantes escenas a cuenta de la terquedad del actor principal… Así hasta llegar a la última película que protagonizó Martínez Soria:’ La tía de Carlos’ (Luis Mª Delgado, 1982), donde el artista cambió la boina por la peluca.

   El especial de FlixOlé también saca del baúl de los recuerdos los pinitos que Martínez Soria hizo antes de llegar al estrellato, como ‘El difunto es un vivo’ y ‘Un enredo de familia’ (ambos dirigidos por Ignacio F. Iquino en 1941 y 1943, respectivamente); y las populares astracanadas que siguieron a La ciudad no es para mí, muchas de las cuales interpretó a las órdenes de Pedro Lazaga.

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