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New York Film Festival 2014 Movie List

Posted by Online Film Studio on September 15, 2014 at 11:00am 0 Comments

New York Film Festival 2014 Movie List

The New York Film Festival announced the titles for its 2014 event. Selections were made by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The roster includes world premieres and works by some of the biggest names in the industry. The 17-day festival will display 30 films, some of which are early contenders for an Oscar.

Kent Jones, chair of the film selection committee, is managing the 2014 event. Other committee members include FSLC director of programming Dennis Lim, FSLC senior programming advisor Marian Masone, Film Comment and Sight & Sound contributing editor Amy Taubin and Film Comment editor-in-chief Gavin Smith.

The 52nd New York Film Festival takes place Sep. 26 to Oct. 12.

The following films will make an appearance:

Opening Night Gala Selection

Gone Girl

Director: David Fincher

Centerpiece Gala Selection

Inherent Vice

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson

Closing Night Gala Selection

Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance

Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu

Beloved Sisters (Die geliebten Schwestern)

Director: Dominik Graf

The Blue Room (La chambre bleue)

Director: Mathieu Amalric

Clouds of Sils Maria

Director: Olivier Assayas


Director: Mia Hansen-Løve


Director: Bennett Miller

Goodbye to Language (Adieu au langage)

Director: Jean-Luc Godard

Heaven Knows What

Directors: Josh & Benny Safdie

Hill of Freedom (Jayuui Eondeok) 

Director: Hong Sang-soo



Microsoft Acquires ‘Minecraft’ Maker for $2.5 Billion

Posted by Technology & Innovation on September 15, 2014 at 11:54am 0 Comments

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Microsoft Acquires ‘Minecraft’ Maker for $2.5 Billion

The 2014 calendar year is shaping up to be one of the most successful for Microsoft in terms of the company’s acquisition. After making several major deals to increase its position in the market for hardware units, software and mobile technology, Microsoft is now engaging in another move that could increase sales for many of its products and services.

The company announced a plan to acquire the producers of the popular Minecraft franchise, Mojang studios, for $2.5 billion. Microsoft believes the studio will help provide a wide range of new software titles for the Xbox and mobile platforms.

Microsoft plans to finalize the deal by the end of the year.

“Minecraft is more than a great game franchise,” released Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella in a statement. “It is an open world platform, driven by a vibrant community we care deeply about, and rich with new opportunities for that community and for Microsoft.”

Since its launch in 2009, Minecraft has become one of the most popular games to ever be released for PCs. The game centers on an open-world where players travel through and interact with a seemingly infinite environment.

Not only has the game been successful in a market where fewer consumers are purchasing computer games, Minecraft has also topped the 100 million downloads mark with many of them coming from Apple products over the last few years.

“The Minecraft players have taken the game and turned it into something that surpassed all of our expectations,” claimed Mojang…


Charleston Prepares for Second Annual Art-a-Palooza

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Charleston Prepares for Second Annual Art-a-Palooza

Charleston is hosting the Tamarack Artisan Foundation’s second annual Art-a-Pooloza next Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at two locations-the East End Bazaar (1428 Washington St. E.) and Capital Market (800 Smith Street).

Over 30 artists will make appearances between the two locations for live demonstrations and to promote available works for sale.

The event has activities for people of all ages. There will be a special children’s section with art-related activities at the East End Bazaar during the entire festival. Both locations will have a variety of food vendors and live musical performances.

The event is sponsored by Tamarack Artisan Foundation, a non-profit that funds opportunities for artists and artisans in West Virginia.

“Last year was our first year of Art-a-Palooza. Our intent was to introduce to the community artists they may not have met before, so people could see there are creative people living around them and the surrounding communities. This year, we opened it up statewide. The result was we have artists from other areas too. For example, we have Gretchen VanNostrand and Suzan Morgan. They are fiber and textile artists from Buckhannon, said Judy Belcher, chief financial officer and program director.

Works from the following artists are set for display: Bernice Deakins (B’Dabble), Angela Johnson (Frame of Faith Photography), Brenda Pinnell (Hepcatz Design), Lois Pettry (The Mad Tatter), Sharon McMillion (Brookstone Soaps), Suzanne Williams (Silk Work Pins & Paper), Ruby Griffith (Simply Hickory), Lee Hubbard (Pampered Paws Bakery), Charly Jupiter Hamilton (Jupiter33), Kevin Stitzinger (Stitzinger Stonecraft), Andy Sheetz…


“Saturday Night Live” Celebrates 40th Anniversary Season

Posted by Online Film Studio on September 12, 2014 at 11:15am 0 Comments

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“Saturday Night Live” Celebrates 40th Anniversary Season

The 40th season of “Saturday Night Live” will broadcast live from New York on Sept. 27. “Parks and Recreation” actor Chris Pratt is set to host the first show with musical guest Ariana Grande.

NBC also confirmed Sarah Silverman will return to the show to host on Oct. 4 with musical guest Maroon 5.

The network will celebrate the 40th anniversary with a three-hour special scheduled for Feb. 15.…


Buy Art with Bitcoin on Cointemporary

Posted by Online Art Gallery on September 15, 2014 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Buy Art with Bitcoin on Cointemporary


Painters Valentin Ruhry and Andy Boot launched Cointemporary in May, an online marketplace for purchasing creations using Bitcoin. The company features a new piece of art each week, and once it’s sold the artist has the option of receiving pay through traditional currency or Bitcoin. However, since the company wants to push the trend of digital currency, it gives the artists a larger percentage of the sale if they select Bitcoin as their payment option.


Purchased art gets shipped to buyers through Viennese company Kunsttrans-which also accepts Bitcoin.


The digital currency is starting to appear in a variety of styles in art. For example, the popular works of San Francisco-based artist Tom Loughlin and New York’s Jenna Lash often include Bitcoin as a creative theme. French artist Youl recently sold a painting entitled “The Last Bitcoin Supper” on eBay for $2,900.


Companies Art4Bit, BitPremier, and Silicon Valley Contemporary also use Bitcoin as a payment method. Paddle8 is considering using it as an option as well.


Cointemporary’s goal is to provide a “broader global visual context free from the hegemonic monetary system in which contemporary art is embedded.” The platform offers a “new form of autonomy in the global monetary system.”…


Katie Holmes Makes Directorial Debut

Posted by Online Film Studio on September 14, 2014 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Katie Holmes Makes Directorial Debut

Katie Holmes is set to make her directorial debut with the upcoming film adaptation of Annie Weatherwax’s book “All We Had.”

Holmes will also make an acting appearance in the movie as a poverty-stricken mother who starts a new life with her daughter in small town America.

Jane Rosenthal and Berry Welsh (vice president of production and development at Tribeca productions) have signed on as producers for the project. Josh Boone (who recently directed “The Fault in Our Stars”) is the film’s screenwriter.

“Katie has such a clear vision for the book’s irreverent, original mother-daughter relationship,” Rosenthal released in a statement. “Her passion for the material, along with Josh Boone’s ability to tell stories grounded in the comedy and drama of everyday, will truly bring these characters to life.”

Holmes added, “I am very excited and honored to be collaborating with Jane and Josh on this project and look so forward to brining Annie’s incredible characters to the screen.” 

2014 Art Basel Miami Beach

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2014 Art Basel Miami Beach

Event organizers have released the exhibitor list for Art Basel Miami Beach 2014. The festival will showcase 267 galleries including Survey a new section focusing on historical art projects. Submissions come from artist around the world. An astounding 90 galleries are from New York this year.

2014 Art Basel Miami Beach Galleries:

303 Gallery, New York

A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro

Miguel Abreu Gallery,, New York

Acquavella Galleries, Inc., New York

Alexander and Bonin, New York

Ameringer/McEnery/Yohe, New York

The Approach London,

Galeria Raquel Arnaud, São Paulo

Art : Concept, Paris

Alfonso Artiaco, Naples

Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin

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Ruth Benzacar Galería de Arte, Buenos Aires

John Berggruen Gallery,, San Francisco

Bernier/Eliades, Athens

Blum & Poe, Los Angeles

Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

Mary Boone Gallery, New York

Bortolami, New York…


Eva Fidjeland’s Innovative Style of Digital Art

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Eva Fidjeland's "Metamorphosis"

A new trend in visual art is emerging due to artist Eva Fidjeland’s implementation of an innovative, creative approach to the process of manufacturing art. The artist is known internationally for creating in a variety of mediums, from the traditional canvas to digital, and is currently presenting her work in a new style of collaborative art. The artist is displaying her creative expertise within the various mediums and is also transforming her physical expression and character for introduction within her creations. Fidjeland is seamlessly incorporating aspects of digital technology with visual and performing art, creating unique works that tell stories through intricate details.

Eva Fidjeland's "Dragon"

Fidjeland’s extensive collection of digital photography captures the aesthetic details of her subjects, including still, animal and plant life. In a digital work entitled “Dragon”, Fidjeland presents a close perspective upon her subject, highlighting multiple intricate aesthetic details. Notice how the detail of the wings is of a different aesthetic quality than the legs and other areas of art. In the midst of these details, emerges the dragon fly’s expression, providing the observer with a neighboring view of its moment in time.  …


Visa Teams with Apple on Iphone Wallet

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Visa Teams with Apple on Iphone Wallet

Apple’s new iPhone will have a mobile wallet feature that gives users access to payment networks, as well as banks and retailers. Company representatives will unveil details of a partnership with Visa, MasterCard and American Express on Sept. 9.  

While Google and several other companies already develop popular methods for securing online payments for mobile, many U.S. retails have yet to connect the technology with consumers.

Seeking to replicate Google’s success for its users, Apple’s mobile wallet is another way of providing a great service to users within its ecosystem.

“It’s about retention, solving and adding features that keep your base engaged and keeping them loyal,” said Ben Bajarin of Creative Strategies.

The new plan will also generate higher revenues from current accounts like iTunes by providing payment flexibility to over 800 million users.

Edward Ofosu's Art: Portraits that Live, Breathe, and Move

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Edward Ofosu's art depicts beautiful images of people as they are in the world, emphasizes their expressions, and gives audiences the opportunity to experience the emotions and desires in the hearts and minds of the figures themselves. Edward Ofosu's art encourages one to embrace the figures for who they are as human beings, and through observation of the eyes, facial expressions, physical positioning, as well as through a juxtaposition of mixed media and abstract art, audiences come to see the world as it should be. It is through the audience's understanding of the figure's world experiences that the artist successfully encourages observers to reflect the change they want to see in the world.

Portraits that Live, Breathe and Move

Throughout the scope of art history, the visual creative concept of a portrait has been used as a vehicle for expression in many cultures. Historically, portraits rely solely on human or animal expressions to tell its story. Edward Ofosu's art, however, masterfully takes observers on a journey through a visual and intellectual movement. Each figure created by the artist is on a journey for enlightenment. Through expressionism the audience comes to understand how the figure is feeling on their personal path. Expressionism juxtaposed against physical positioning, abstract art and breathtaking color schemes creates the visual illusion that the portraits breath and moves. Edward Ofosu's art should be observed and appreciated for how it effortlessly creates movement through the portrait device.

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9 Shows to Try Out Now That 'The Bachelorette' Isn't On (VIDEO)

What ever will we do without our beloved "The Bachelorette" on our TV screens every week? Now that Andi Dorfman has found her fairy tale ending it feels as though we won't be able to get the same reality romance fix.

But don't fret, #BachelorNation. There's a whole roster of similar programs that could easily fill the void and we've rounded them up just for you. Which shows should you take a chance on now that "The Bachelorette" is over? We're giving out roses to 9 perfectly good ones right here:

1. "The Bachelor Pad"
What's better than watching former "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" contestants all living together in a house? They're also competing for money this time, so there's extra drama! Things get wild and fighting ensues. Enjoy the ride...

2. "Dating Naked"
That title doesn't need much further explanation. The new Vh1 dating show documents people dating And they're also naked. Intrigued yet?

3. "Burning Love"
If you're a fan of shows like "The Bachelor" but you have a sense of humor about it all, you'll probably love Ken Marino's spoof of the franchise. "Burning Love" is spot on and hilarious, boasting a cast of guest stars like Jennifer Aniston, Ben Stiller, and Kristen Bell.

4. "The Millionaire Matchmaker"
Bravo's long-running dating show is lead by the witty, no nonsense Patti Stanger -- a matchmaker who sets up millionaires with their dream dates. Her style is unconventional, the millionaires are always to get to know, and Patti's words of wisdom will stick with you (even if you disagree.)

5. "Flavor of Love"
Rapper Flavor Flav took to national TV to find love, and lucky for us, it was extremely entertaining. This is the show that brought us Tiffany "New York" Pollard (of the spinoff "I Love New York") and plenty of ridiculously memorable moments.

6. "Rock of Love"
Riding the succesful format of "Flavor of Love," "Rock of Love" chronicled Bret Michaels' quest for his soulmate. The show ran for three glorious seasons and is not to be missed.

7. "The Real World"
Why not take it back to the original reality experiment? We probably wouldn't have "The Bachelor" if "The Real World" hadn't paved the way for televised relationship drama.

8. "Four Weddings"
This TLC show isn't about dating, but instead focuses on a fierce competition to have the best wedding ever. Four women go head-to-head and attend each other's weddings and rate the celebrations on criteria like food and dress. At the end a winner is declared and she gets to go on a dream honeymoon. Bottom line: Weddings are serious business.

9. "Bachelor in Paradise"
Behold, the latest addition to the "Bachelor" universe: "Bachelor in Paradise." ABC's new show gives thrusts former contestants into an exotic location where they are given a second chance at love. Prepare to see some familiar faces and plenty of drama. The new show premieres August 4.

'The Bachelorette': Season 10 Highs and Lows (VIDEO)

That's all, folks! Andi Dorfman made her decision last night on the dramatic finale of "The Bachelorette" Season 10 and (for now) all feels right in the world of reality TV romance.


The Atlanta attorney picked Josh Murray to be her main squeeze forever and ever in a heartfelt mutual declaration of love. Unfortunately, poor salty Nick was sent packing and his exit wasn't exactly pretty. In fact, this season hasn't been all roses and butterfly kisses -- there were some tough moments to watch throughout this ... (we're gonna just say it) ... journey. And it's been an especially emotional season, as we all saw Andi, the crew, and the men deal with the tragic death of contestant Eric Hill.

It's been quite the ride, and we can count plenty of romantic highs and awkward lows along the way. Let's take a trip down memory lane, shall we?

The guys sing with Boyz II Men. We really got to know these suitors in this odd display of musical (in)ability and all out silliness. These grown men had to croon "I'll Make Love to You" in front of a crowd and they committed. It was one of the more memorable group dates we've laid our weary "Bachelor nation" eyes on.

The men take lie detector tests. Why is this necessary? This does not happen in real relationship life. Not that "The Bachelorette" chronicles a typical dating situation per se, but having them take lie detector tests didn't need to happen here. Nope.

Brian nails the half court shot! Coach Brian didn't make it to the finals, but we thought he was oddly endearing even if the chemistry between him and Andi wasn't there. When the guys all had to compete in a game of basketball he totally dominated and then made a half court shot in front of Andi later on. Sweet moves!

Brian doesn't nail a cooking date. But then Brian got totally closed off when he and Andi cooked together on their French one-on-one. It was really uncomfortable and we felt for everyone involved.

Cody. Oh, lovable, goofy, wide-eyed Cody. You made it weirdly far in this race without seemingly talking to Andi once. And you came off sweet and thoughtful on your "Letters to Juliet" Verona outing with Andi. We're sorry you got the boot mid-date.

Everybody hates Nick. Sure, Nick was the runner-up, but he didn't really win over the other guys even if he kinda won over Andi. A lot of the "downtime" footage here revolved around their disdain for his cockiness.

There was an odd date where Andi and pantsapreneur JJ had to dress up like the elderly and see what it would be like to grow old together. It was so ridiculous that we didn't know whether to laugh or cover our eyes.

Andrew. He wasn't really contestant-of-the-year material. And then there was that whole alleged racist remark thing that played out at "The Men Tell All."

Hello, Chris! I think it's safe to say that most people were pretty taken with farmer Chris. He was a total sweetheart and his hometown date was one of the best by far. HIs family was adorable and he proved himself to be romantic and sensitive -- even hiring a plane to fly by and tell Andi he loved her. Aw.

Goodbye, Chris. Unfortunately Chris didn't become Andi's hubby-to-be and we had to watch his tearful sendoff. We think he'll be OK though.

Andi knocks on Nick's door. Well, all good OK things come to an end. Andi did the right thing by telling Nick she wasn't feeling it before he went ahead and proposed, but it didn't make it any less painful to watch. And it was even more painful when he tried to talk to her at "The Men Tell All." And then it got worse -- he confronted her at the inevitable "After the Final Rose" in a cringeworthy exchange. It's going to be alright, Nick!

Josh proposes to Andi. We're just gonna say it: we're rooting for these crazy kids. And as ridiculous as this whole process can seem, we were pleased with the way Josh put his heart out there for Andi (and the world) to see. Good luck, you two!

'The Bachelorette' Couples: Where Are They Now? (PHOTOS)

Ryan Sutter And Trista Rehn Sundance Portrait Session
Andi Dorfman is about to make one of the biggest decisions of her life. Yes -- July 28 is the finale of "The Bachelorette" Season 10 and the Atlanta attorney will finally choose between her final two suitors, Josh Murray and Nick Viall.

As we prepare for this momentous moment, we may as well take a trip down memory lane and look at the track record of former Bachelorettes and their chosen mates. As it turns out, not all the relationships were doomed, but the odds aren't exactly in these reality TV relationships' favor.

Here's hoping for a lifetime of love and happiness for Andi and her (maybe) husband-to-be. And as we celebrate her new chapter, let's check in with past "Bachelorette" couples and see how they're doing.

10 Totally Weird Series Finales We Can't Forget (VIDEO)

July 20th, 2014 is the 20th anniversary of a very important bizarre moment in television history. Yup -- two decades ago we said goodbye to ABC "TGIF" classic, "Dinosaurs."

You may recall that the prehistoric puppet show ended on a total "huh?" note. Translation: the finale was absolutely bonkers.

In the episode called "Changing Nature," the Sinclear family of Pangea prepares for the annual migration of the Bunch Beetles, a species of bugs that eat cider poppies. But when the Beetles don't arrive, an overgrowth of cider poppies begins, and it is discovered that WESAYSO (the powerful corporation where Earl works) has created a wax fruit factory where the beetles were meant to breed. Still with me? Earl, the Sinclear family patriarch, is tasked with controlling the growth, but he sprays defoliant and ultimately destroys all plant life on the planet in the process. In an attempt to create rain for the plants' survival, the volcanoes erupt into smoke clouds (not rain clouds), which sets off a cooling front. Cooling front = ice age, which means these dinos are about to go extinct. So, basically, Earl killed everyone. The end.

It's quite the crazy sendoff for an almost equally crazy show. Want to know about more oddball series endings? Here are 10 (more) totally weird series finales we should never forget:

Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Television / Courtesy: Everett Collection

14 Spooky Horror TV Shows Worth Getting Scared By (VIDEO)

TV has a grand tradition of churning out scary shows that rival even the most scream-worthy horror flick. There has been a steady flow of small screen thrillers, mysteries, and supernatural stories since the 1950s, and it doesn't look like the trend is letting up any time soon.

Netflix even got into the game with their series, "Hemlock Grove" -- a small town murder mystery brought to viewers by horror guru Eli Roth. The show's second season began streaming July 11th.

And if you want more shows in a similarly chilling genre, don't disregard some of the classic series that made horror happen on TV. There are also a few hidden gems or forgotten favorites that are worth checking out, too.

So, go ahead -- spook yourself! Here are 14 horror TV shows worth getting scared by:

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Adam Lambert to Judge 'American Idol' New York Auditions

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The TV Watch: After 17 Years, ‘The View’ Isn’t So Clear Anymore

Most of what went on in the first episode of the new season of “The View” was rather stilted, despite the presence of new hosts.

An Empire Where the Curtain Would Not Fall

Howard Panter’s theater corporation has global intentions, but New York is crucial to his plans.

Ezralow Dance Makes Its Debut in Los Angeles

Daniel Ezralow’s new company offered its first program at the Ford Amphitheater in Los Angeles.

Dance Review: Trajal Harrell Dances at the Kitchen

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“Crossing Over: A Performance Adventure in Green-Wood Cemetery” used several devices to enliven that Brooklyn burial ground.


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