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  1. The Collective episode 60 - Gavin Rothery - Part 1

    Gavin Rothery, concept designer and VFX supervisor for the 2009 film Moon joins us this week to share his adventures working in this industry, and his upcoming short film The Last Man. We dive deeply into what the crucial aspects of good filmmaking are, and we explore the strengths and flaws of some of the biggest Hollywood films in recent years.

    Our conversation was so epic this week we had to cut it in half, so stay tuned for Part 2 next Monday!

    https://soundcloud.com/the-collective-podcast/the-collective-ep60-gavin-rothery-part-1

    —Huffduffed by BenjaminParry

  2. William Gibson - No Maps For These Territories (audio from documentary) Part2/2

    Audio taken form the documentary No Maps for These Territories - Part2

    Taken from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Maps_for_These_Territories

    No Maps for These Territories is an independent documentary film made by Mark Neale focusing on the speculative fiction author William Gibson.[1] It features appearances by Jack Womack, Bruce Sterling, Bono, and The Edge and was released by Docurama. The film had its world premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival in October 2000.

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  3. William Gibson - No Maps For These Territories (audio from documentary) Part1/2

    Audio taken form the documentary No Maps for These Territories - Part1

    Taken from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Maps_for_These_Territories

    No Maps for These Territories is an independent documentary film made by Mark Neale focusing on the speculative fiction author William Gibson.[1] It features appearances by Jack Womack, Bruce Sterling, Bono, and The Edge and was released by Docurama. The film had its world premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival in October 2000.

    —Huffduffed by BenjaminParry

  4. Dreams of Electric Sheep

    June 29, 2007

    25 years ago this week, Blade Runner debuted in American theaters. It was set in a Los Angeles of the future, but its portrayals of race and racism had plenty of resonance in 1982. Reporter Phillip Martin looks back on a classic of cyborgian social criticism.

    http://www.onthemedia.org/transcripts/2007/06/29/08

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  5. Moon Movie

    We talk with director Duncan Jones about his recent science fiction movie ‘Moon,’ telling the story of a solitary miner stationed on the lunar surface to monitor helium-3 extraction.

    From NPR’s Science Friday.

    http://www.sciencefriday.com/program/archives/200907245

    —Huffduffed by BenjaminParry