We’re targeting someone who enjoys films, but who is at the point in life where their career is getting more serious, their family life is expanding, and they want to be able to experience new and interesting films, but there are more important priorities for them. We want to be there to say, we know that your time is limited and valuable, we want to make you feel like you’re making the most out of your time. There are so many great things out there, but you can’t expect everyone to search for them. There are a lot of companies out there that talk about making life easier, but is life better when your most treasured resource - time - is being wasted? So for our typical customer, time is truly valuable.
KC McLeod, Vyer Films CEO
We talk to KC McLeod about Vyer Films, an upstart subscription service aims to introduce curation into the formula.(via futureoffilm)
Been thinking about this diagonal measurement conundrum, so I whipped up this little graphic.
So, we have iPad, iPhone, and some sort of candy bar, all 5.5” screens. Screen areas get even more amusingly divergent when we start talking about television and theater screen sizes. Wacky.
Don’t you think square inches or square feet would be a more accurate metric to describe a screen with?
Drew Struzan might be the name you first think of when someone mentions movie poster artist, but few can argue that the work of John Alvin is not a equally iconic. Alvin’s art has be collected in great effort into one tight package in The Art of John Alvin by his wife Andrea Alvin. The high quality coffee table book collects the late artist’s film poster art in their final form and in the earliest stages when he was just starting to figure out the layouts for some of the posters that would go on to be some of the most iconic of all time.
Post Atomic Horror episode 192, covering Accession and Rules of Engagement is available now. Click!