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God: City

Another brilliant short film by Oats Studios. First, there was the Serengeti, and now God has a City to play with. Interesting how his manservant seems to be the one with all the actual power.


Check out this great article called “10 Reasons Buster Keaton Was a Badass Stuntman,” and then watch this video.


Buster Keaton – The Falling House

More on Buster Keaton: The famous shot where the entire side of a house falls on him and he’s saved only by the fortunate placement of a window? That was a real wall, weighing many thousands of pounds, and could easily have killed him. Most of the film crew walked off or didn’t show up that day because they couldn’t bear to watch Keaton kill himself for a stunt. If you look carefully, you’ll see the edge of the window brush against his left arm- that’s how close it was.

Buster Keaton – The Art of the Gag

Before Edgar Wright and Wes Anderson, before Chuck Jones and Jackie Chan, there was Buster Keaton, one of the founding fathers of visual comedy. And nearly 100 years after he first appeared onscreen, we’re still learning from him. This film talks about the athleticism and artistry (and the thinking) behind his gags.

The ‘Solo’ star runs through his most iconic roles, remembering Heath Ledger and the time he accidentally made Tom Hanks fart on set along the way.

Jeff Goldblum reflects on his legendary career. Jeff has acted in more than 60 movies, including “Annie Hall,” “The Fly,” “Jurassic Park,” “Independence Day,” “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” and “Isle of Dogs.”

Hank Azaria breaks down his most iconic voices and movie roles, from “Heat” to “The Simpsons.” All of his characters are based on friends.

I can’t WAIT to see this movie. I wrote about Eichmann in Buenos Aires in my second novel.

“Over There”

A scary short horror film by CryptTV.

“The Fisherman”

This award-winning sci-fi short film by director by Alejandro Suarez Lozano is JAWS meets ALIEN in the waters off Hong Kong. Mr. Wong is a third generation fisherman in Hong Kong, struggling to keep this tradition alive. One night, he decides to leave the crowded waters of the harbor and fish in calmer waters. His luck changes when he catches something that does not belong to this world!

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