Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Alan Clarke's "Elephant"

Social Realism + "The Troubles" = "Elephant."

39 Minutes-Dare you to watch.



More: Alan Clarke
Later,
Paul Parducci

Saturday, December 03, 2011

John Logie Baird: And Mechanical Television

Our visual world has evolved so quickly that many interesting and crucial aspirants are left in dusty corners.
This little 30 line wedge is one of my favorites.
Felix the Cat on Mechanical Television Circa 1930

Baird Mechanical Television image


John Logie Baird
Utilizing Mechanical Scanning Technology that would make any Steam Punk proud Mr. Baird sent pictures through the air.
Great Overview:

Later,
Paul Parducci
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PS: Don't forget Stooky Bill

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Khan Academy: Learn Online For Free

Good work Salman.

KHAN ACADEMY





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Paul Parducci

Monday, October 10, 2011

Napoleon Hill: The Father of Modern Properity Philosophy

Whatever you personally feel about this extension of New Thought into the world of Material Achievement.
This is the author of the seminal work on this subject: "Think and Grow Rich."
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Paul Parducci
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Friday, September 02, 2011

Chris Hall's "Zoo City"

Paul Parducci Stars as "Big Jimmy Legato" in the Crime Series "Zoo City"
Last year I had the privilege of working with an outstanding team led by Writer/Director Chris Hall.
I played Crime Boss Big Jimmy and had an absolute blast being very, very bad.
Attn Parents this clip contains both violence and "Language."
Here is the Teaser:

ZOO CITY - Webseries Teaser from Christopher Hall on Vimeo.
Later,
Paul Parducci

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Jim Ether's Brilliant "Alert"

My son discovered Jim Ether three years ago.
Many work in this space but few make it to the perceptual corners that Mr. Ether sweeps.
Watch it.
Later,
Paul Parducci

Sunday, June 05, 2011

Friday, May 13, 2011

LA NOIRE: Cine-Gaming Comes To Town May 17th

Some projects are simply very cool.
Brendan McNamara's LA NOIRE is one of them.
And I am proud to be a part of it.
I play Walter Tyler.
Here's me and the very talented and modest Brendan on set.
I knew while I was making this project that it was ground-breaking and sure enough LA NOIRE was the first VG featured at Tribeca.
This really is a whole new hybrid of Cinema and Interactive Entertainment. I call it "Cine-Gaming."
Here is the official site.
Later,
Paul Parducci

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Dean Goodhill's "Maxivision"

Film is dead right?
Dean doesn't think so:
Maxivision

Roger Ebert's piece
Later,
Paul Parducci

PS: A Post about Film's Resurrection is of course very appropriate today: Happy Easter Everybody!

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Buckminster Fuller on a Higher Power



Mr. Fuller the creator of the Geodesic Dome has been described as America's only Engineering Saint.
Here he is in 1975 talking about a consciousness beyond the human.
Later,
Paul Parducci