How ‘Iron Sky’ has utilised crowdsourcing – (Podcast)

How ‘Iron Sky’ has utilised crowdsourcing

The FilmFellas discuss the crowdsourcing methods behind the production of upcoming film ‘Iron Sky’.

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Films to look out for in March – (Podcast)

The Fellas this week delve into new movies coming out in March – with particular reference to ‘The Hunger Games’ and ‘John Carter’ Read more of this post

Results from the 84th Academy Awards

Results from the 84th Academy Awards

Best Motion Picture Of The Year

Winner – The Artist (dir. Michel Hazanavicius)

Nominees – The Help (dir. Tate Taylor), Hugo (dir. Martin Scorsese), The Descendants (dir. Alexander Payne), Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (dir. Stephen Daldry), Midnight In Paris (dir. Woody Allen), The Tree Of Life (dir. Terrence Malick), Moneyball (dir. Bennett Miller), War Horse (dir. Stephen Spielberg) Read more of this post

Film News – Feb 2012 (Podcast)

The Fellas discuss a range of topics including upcoming movies and current movie gossip including news on the Watchmen and Terminator 5… Read more of this post

BAFTA 2012 Nominations – Reaction (Podcast)

With the BAFTA’s just around the corner, The FilmFellas discuss this years nominations and give their verdict on who will be the winners and losers come February 12th.

 

 

New Captain America Stills released

There’s a lot of excitement surrounding Captain America.  FACT.

It dominated post-super bowl TV spot buzz on twitter where a heap of new trailers were unleashed on the globe.

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Time travel in popular TV and Film

Following on from our previous infographic on trilogies – we spotted this excellent interpretation of how TV and film characters would could paths across time.

Thanks to informationisbeautiful.net, you can really get stuck into what would happen if Marty McFly were to meet the crew from Star Trek or if Bill and Ted got even more lost on their excellent adventures.

Enjoy… Read more of this post

The Trilogy Meter – Infographic

If there is one thing that I love in equal amounts to film, it’s infographics.  These things ROCK!

However, what if you were to merge film with infographics…that would be a combination worth shouting about.  I stumbled across a brilliant set of film related infographics this morning and couldn’t help but share. Read more of this post