Eighth wall between location for film and film itself

February 7, 2020

straight to Storyboard That

Between location for film and film itself two, no hashtag

January 31, 2020

Quive audio

Between location for film and film itself

January 20, 2020

Judith Kerr’s read buses


…falling into The Read Sea

January 2, 2020

Great Expectorations

This is an unlisted storyboard–visitors may share this link if they wish to share The Read Sea with non-invited visitors. But Storyboard That will not share it, and it won’t appear on Google.

weller co-author

February 19, 2016

A prototype New Olympus Hospital has been built in 3World Zone Four (south).

MJ’s invitation to co-author a neuroaesthetic clinic in this first Earth Corporation super hospital bodies well/er for new clinics in 4Time’s thirty-four Planetary Society Regions.

Michael Weller's approval requested

Michael Weller interview for Science Watch

Regeneration Zone 4

February 18, 2014

zone 4 map
image sourced from ‘Zine Tales

weller’s sector

November 20, 2012

Weller, a divisional commander, had reported that in his sector the Russians had gone over to the offensive. An infantry detachment, equivalent in size to a reinforced battalion, had succeeded in breaking through to the railway station. It was with this seemingly insignificant incident that he had felt his first prickle of anxiety.

(from Life and Fate by Vasily Grossman. English translation © Collins Harvill, 1985)

come into my world

October 24, 2012

“Thirty-six characters from different stages of life – representations of different times – interact in one room, moving in loops, observed by a static camera.”  – Zbig Rybczynski

Explaining how particle clones live in multiple states in the same place, within the same short duration of time, inches away from each other is difficult to explain using descriptive language of everyday common sense experience.

Theoretical physicists have proved space is flappable – like bedsheets twisting wild on washing lines in powerful gusts of wind – by using symbols, equations, algebraic expressions, functions and differential calculus. Something like “3World in 4Time” can be proved with mathematical formulae.

Poets have gut feeling about bent light. Overrides the need to scientifically solve measurement problems of warped time and space. Just feel it.

Artists can do it too. Although Zbigniew Rybczyński’s Tango was once freely accessible via social video, only a Tango website link  is currently available. Does appear Rybczynski’s animation has been influential on filmmaker Michel Gondry. Best known for The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Gondry directed  two pop videos  illustrating near-cloning in an entertaining style.

(Neneh Cherry link also available at Daily Motion)

weller’s blood

January 7, 2012

Groogleman takes place in some unspecified future that follows the technological collapse of civilization as we know it. Young hero Dan Henchard possesses weller’s blood, an inherited immunity to the plague that is claiming the lives of many. A stranger named Joshua eventually joins Dan at his farm, and the two, along with another “weller,” Leezie, travel to a nearby village to help plague victims in need of assistance.

(from Debra Doyle & James D. Macdonald’s fictional “weller”)

Captain Stelling of the Zone Police

January 5, 2012

Captain Stelling, of the Zone Police, devoted his spare time to drilling the boys; Prof. Abbott, the botanist, undertook to teach them something of natural history and botany and took them on many a long tramp into the forest where a veritable wonderland was revealed to them; Dr. Johnson, of the Hospital Staff, gave them lessons in first aid and emergency treatment, and even Major Wilkinson, of the Engineers, found time to forget his chronic grouch against the world and took the enthusiastic “Scouts” under his wing and showed them how to build rough but serviceable bridges, how to measure distances and altitudes, how to make maps and how to accomplish a thousand and one useful things with only their hands and machetes for tools and with materials supplied by a bountiful tropic nature.

(from The Trail of the Cloven Foot by A. Hyatt Verrill, published in 1918)