I don’t often look at television listings thoroughly, particularly because of my hectic schedule. However, once in awhile I check to see what Independent Lens on PBS broadcasts. As I was looking through the listings, I noticed Independent Lens was on tonight and clicked on the information tab to see what was airing.
I dropped by on a rainy night and grabbed a schedule of the Toronto International Film Festival (because reading them online is overwhelming).
Here are a few films (in alphabetical order) that look intriguing, with their trailers included. I have not seen any of these films, so I cannot vouch for any of them, though a few of these films have already received stellar reviews:
With all of the sad and destructive news in the world, music seems to be a place to find solace in and reflect upon what we all can do to help humanity. Cinambientique’s mixes conjure up feelings of peace, sadness, hope, and possibilities.
Blending orchestral soundtracks that take you through many dreams, there’s something here for everyone. Check out mixcloud.com/Cinambientique/ for the many mixes, and more to come.
I’ve seen Final Fantasy 8 recreations in Minecraft, but I never thought I’d see one from Spirited Away! Spirited Away is my favorite anime film of all time, and this website called “Spirited Away Minecraft Recreation” is constantly adding new updates to the Minecraft world. Check out the website here, and watch the Spirited Away in Minecraft trailer below:
Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream. In seven days after his passing, one of his dreams came true. Touching short film about the seven days that eternally changed fair housing.
For the first time ever, Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy premiered in Miami. I read about the Final Fantasy concerts in video game magazines growing up, so finally having the opportunity to attend a concert was a dream come true.
Here’s a little sample from the concert: the beginning of “Eyes on Me”:
There was various items to purchase in the lobby as well: Music CD’s, collectible figurines, a Distant Worlds shirt, and other memorabilia.
For $55 (plus a $15 parking fee), a 2 hour concert with some of my favorite Final Fantasy music was definitely worth the purchase. Extra bonus for everyone who dressed up as Final Fantasy characters.
Around the fall season, when I think of the holidays, I remember a film I watched when I was young. For awhile I was searching online trying to find the name of the movie. I knew it was about a store, but had difficulty in finding the film! Last year I finally tracked the movie down: The Greatest Store In The World. (more…)