Articles about Black Swan

6 Filmmaking Tips From Darren Aronofsky
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You can call Darren Aronofsky many things, but what you can't call him is unambitious. From a stylized depiction of a mathematician's gradual descent into madness to a story of one man's love and loss that traverses across a millennium to an unrelenting journey into the life-or-death stakes of the perfect ballet performance, Aronosky's work has tackled an array of subjects that all bear his stamp: a pursuit of perfection shared unmistakably between himself and his characters.
Added by on 4/5/14
"Why are gay characters at the top of Hollywood's kill list?"
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@guardianfilm: "There are more LGBT characters in mainstream films... but it might be nice if they were allowed to live"
Added by on 6/11/13
Worth the Weight
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A @rejectnation roundup of "10 Painful Body Modifications That Made Great Performances Possible"
Added by on 5/17/13
Movie Meows
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And now, eight movie posters recast with cats, just because. Thanks, @NextMovie
Added by on 5/9/13
48 hidden images in "Black Swan"
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Black Swan
A list of 48 images you probably missed while watching "Black Swan"
Added by on 2/10/13
The Top 5 Movie Guide: Live-Action Fairy Tales
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For the latest edition of the Top 5 Movie Guide, we take a look at some of our favorite Live-Action Fairy Tales, "inspired" by this weekend's "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters"!
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Ride of the Helicop ... er, Valkyrie: Classical Music You Know from Movies
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Can you whistle Gioachino Rossini's most famous orchestral work? Surprise: You can if you've ever watched The Lone Ranger.
Added by on 1/6/13
THE MOVIES AREN'T DYING (THEY'RE NOT EVEN SICK)
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The death of cinema has been greatly exaggerated, says @NewYorker
Added by on 9/29/12
Box Office Biz That's Not From Concentrate
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"The Master" crushed its per-screen average upon opening; here's a @pajiba list of similar results, and not all are predictive
Source: www.pajiba.com
Added by on 9/19/12
Movie Mommy Issues
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A @GrolschFW collection (via @buzzfeed) of crazy overbearing moms in movie history, from "The Graduate" to "Black Swan"
Added by on 5/29/12
"Why are gay characters at the top of Hollywood's kill list?"
Interesting
@guardianfilm: "There are more LGBT characters in mainstream films... but it might be nice if they were allowed to live"
Added by on 6/11/13
Worth the Weight
Interesting
A @rejectnation roundup of "10 Painful Body Modifications That Made Great Performances Possible"
Added by on 5/17/13
Movie Meows
Interesting
And now, eight movie posters recast with cats, just because. Thanks, @NextMovie
Added by on 5/9/13
48 hidden images in "Black Swan"
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Black Swan
A list of 48 images you probably missed while watching "Black Swan"
Added by on 2/10/13
The Top 5 Movie Guide: Live-Action Fairy Tales
Interesting
For the latest edition of the Top 5 Movie Guide, we take a look at some of our favorite Live-Action Fairy Tales, "inspired" by this weekend's "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters"!
Added by on 1/26/13 | Edit | Delete
Ride of the Helicop ... er, Valkyrie: Classical Music You Know from Movies
Interesting
Can you whistle Gioachino Rossini's most famous orchestral work? Surprise: You can if you've ever watched The Lone Ranger.
Added by on 1/6/13
THE MOVIES AREN'T DYING (THEY'RE NOT EVEN SICK)
Interesting
The death of cinema has been greatly exaggerated, says @NewYorker
Added by on 9/29/12
Box Office Biz That's Not From Concentrate
Interesting
"The Master" crushed its per-screen average upon opening; here's a @pajiba list of similar results, and not all are predictive
Source: www.pajiba.com
Added by on 9/19/12
Movie Mommy Issues
Interesting
A @GrolschFW collection (via @buzzfeed) of crazy overbearing moms in movie history, from "The Graduate" to "Black Swan"
Added by on 5/29/12
6 Filmmaking Tips From Darren Aronofsky
Interesting
You can call Darren Aronofsky many things, but what you can't call him is unambitious. From a stylized depiction of a mathematician's gradual descent into madness to a story of one man's love and loss that traverses across a millennium to an unrelenting journey into the life-or-death stakes of the perfect ballet performance, Aronosky's work has tackled an array of subjects that all bear his stamp: a pursuit of perfection shared unmistakably between himself and his characters.
Added by on 4/5/14