Mark Everett miniaturizes London out of spite in the new Eels video: "It's my way of saying 'thanks for making me feel bad by accusing me of being a terrorist in Hyde Park this June. I'll show you. I'll make your city look like a toy.'"
Thom Yorke's "Harrowdown Hill" video is credited as the first to use this technique. You can check out more about miniature faking here, and see some example shots from Harrowdown Hill director Jim Clark here.
Given that it has now been at least 6 months since author Barry Hannah passed away, it is time to consider how publishers can cash in on his work.
Since no one else appears to have suggested it yet, I offer the following suggestion: the world is ready for comic book adaptations of short stories such as "Get Some Young," and who better to undertake this effort than Hannah Berry? Berry is probably in need of a new project after Britten and Brülightly anyway.
As always, financial expressions of gratitude can be sent to the Pieces of Flair team.
During the social media Q&A for his film My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?, director Werner Herzog fielded a question from fellow director David Lynch. Lynch asked Herzog via Twitter to tell the story about the time he saved the life of actor Joaquin Phoenix near the director’s home. First Look Studios, who hosted the event, was later approached by animator Sascha Ciezata about producing an animated short using audio from the interview.