Writing movies by AI

| Friday, der 28. October 2016

By Andrew Horn I once had a friend named Lenny, who, among more normal pursuits, was a consummate prankster. One example would be the creation and distribution of a marketing pamphlet for a company called Compu-Date-o Seek: a computer dating service – if you remember those – for people who wanted to date computers. He 

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Adam…Ken Adam – Licensed to Build

| Friday, der 11. March 2016| 13

In memoriam Ken Adam – first published on June 7, 2012. By Andrew Horn This was an interview I did a few years ago for an article that was much too short to take advantage of the material. Ken Adam is a production designer responsible for the early James Bond films (into the Roger Moore 

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My Own Private Berlinale 2015: Part 1

| Saturday, der 21. February 2015

By Andrew Horn It always annoys me when someone complains that a movie is not ‘visual enough” or when they claim there is too much dialogue. I have always been against “absolutes” and my feeling has always been “if it works, it works, if it doesn’t it doesn’t” and some years ago I was comforted 

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My Own Private Berlinale 2014 – Part 3

| Friday, der 21. February 2014

Leider ist der Eintrag nur auf Amerikanisches Englisch verfügbar. Der Inhalt wird unten in einer verfügbaren Sprache angezeigt. Klicken Sie auf den Link, um die aktuelle Sprache zu ändern. By Andrew Horn While waiting in line to get into see Heinz Emigholz’s film, “The Airstrip”, I overheard a conversation where someone was telling a story 

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My Own Private Berlinale 2014 – Part 2

| Thursday, der 20. February 2014

Leider ist der Eintrag nur auf Amerikanisches Englisch verfügbar. Der Inhalt wird unten in einer verfügbaren Sprache angezeigt. Klicken Sie auf den Link, um die aktuelle Sprache zu ändern. By Andrew Horn At the end of Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel” is a title that says it was inspired by the writings of Stephen Zweig. 

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