Articles about Project Nim

The best documentaries of 2011
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Roger Ebert tells us why these 20 are the best documentaries of the past of the past year.
Added by on 12/25/11
Sizing Up the 15 Documentaries Vying for an Oscar
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The Atlantic looks beyond the high-profile snubs for Best Documentary to see which films have a chance to be nominated.
Added by on 11/21/11
No animals were Uncanny Valleyed in the making of this movie
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An essay by Roger Ebert that asserts that the day has come where advanced CGI allow convincing animals to be created and shown doing essentially anything. But as a result, film views feel no real pity anymore for animals on screen as these days they are reduced to interchangeable CGI beings.
Added by on 9/1/11
Too Much Monkeying Around
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In light of yet another "Planet of the Apes" film, the @guardian offers a brief, bizarre history of primates on screen
Added by on 8/4/11
Captivating Films, Complicated Truths
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Five vastly diverse and fascinating documentaries released in the past year resist easy summary. A good article by @aoscott about how the world of visual superficial storytelling is being combatted by the everyday journalist.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 7/21/11
'Zookeeper,' 'Project Nim,' and the New Animal Realism
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Even as science-informed depictions of wildlife come into vogue, cinema and society still can't resist dressing animals like humans
Added by on 7/11/11
No Monkeying Around
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James Marsh, director of "Man on Wire" and now "Project Nim," discusses the pratfalls of owning pet monkeys with @kylebuchanan
Source: nymag.com
Added by on 7/7/11
The Heartbreaking Story of 'Project Nim'
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Tagged: Project Nim
A new documentary, "Project Nim," is profiled here by @nytimes. The article talks about the film which retells the sad, absurd story of Nim Chimpsky, neither human nor ape.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 7/5/11
No animals were Uncanny Valleyed in the making of this movie
Interesting
An essay by Roger Ebert that asserts that the day has come where advanced CGI allow convincing animals to be created and shown doing essentially anything. But as a result, film views feel no real pity anymore for animals on screen as these days they are reduced to interchangeable CGI beings.
Added by on 9/1/11
Too Much Monkeying Around
Interesting
In light of yet another "Planet of the Apes" film, the @guardian offers a brief, bizarre history of primates on screen
Added by on 8/4/11
Captivating Films, Complicated Truths
Interesting
Five vastly diverse and fascinating documentaries released in the past year resist easy summary. A good article by @aoscott about how the world of visual superficial storytelling is being combatted by the everyday journalist.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 7/21/11
'Zookeeper,' 'Project Nim,' and the New Animal Realism
Interesting
Even as science-informed depictions of wildlife come into vogue, cinema and society still can't resist dressing animals like humans
Added by on 7/11/11
No Monkeying Around
Interesting
James Marsh, director of "Man on Wire" and now "Project Nim," discusses the pratfalls of owning pet monkeys with @kylebuchanan
Source: nymag.com
Added by on 7/7/11
The Heartbreaking Story of 'Project Nim'
Interesting
Tagged: Project Nim
A new documentary, "Project Nim," is profiled here by @nytimes. The article talks about the film which retells the sad, absurd story of Nim Chimpsky, neither human nor ape.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 7/5/11