Proof time travel is possible or a viral ad for a new phone? A clip from the premiere of Charlie Chaplin's film 'The Circus', filmed in 1928, appears to show a woman in the background talking on her mobile phone. The discovery was made by Irish filmmaker George Clark, who claims the footage hasn't been tampered with in anyway. This month sees the re-release of Back to the Future, be a nice idea for a viral campaign and reveal the true identity of the woman as Doc in disguise... she maybe a little short though.
Spike Jonze's latest offering - a short film about two robots living in contemporary Los Angeles - is now online, the website and general experience is pretty cool, check out the site here but be prepared to wait in line for the next viewing.
Never seen a giant shark launch itself out of the ocean and take down a plane?! You obviously haven't seen Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus, I'd like to say it's a great film but I'll let you make your own minds up, anyways, spotted this awesome poster on FFFFound and wanted to share it! Funny stuff, the guy responsible is Stephen Taubman, and you can see more of his work on his website and blog.
The Sundance Film
Festival is currently taking place in Utah, the annual event is the largest
independent cinema festival in the U.S and some of the highlights this year
include Chris Morris’s Four Lions, another project by Spike Jonze, titled I’m
Here, and an intriguing film by Bristol’s finest… Banksy