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Flash! Friday: Vol 3 - 23

WELCOME to Flash! Friday! I’ll have you know — and I’m quite sure this is all your fault — that after last week’s prompt I searched high and low for some sort of magnificent coconut ice cream, but failed to find anything more inspiring than a can of coconut water “with pulp.” Not that chewing on soggy pieces of mysteriously aged coconut meat isn’t fun, but, yknow.    371 more words

Flash Fiction

ფორმა და ჩარჩო. რამდენიმე ფოტონამუშევრის მაგალითი

ამაღელვებელი, როგორც სასიამოვნო ზოგ შემთხვევაში არ ემთხვევა ერთმანეთს, ხშირადაც კი, მაგრამ ორივე მათგანს შეიძლება ჰქონდეს ქარიზმა, რომელიც უკვე გარეშე პლანად აქცევს ერთსაც და მეორეს. აქ ესთეტიკა არაფერ შუაშია, არც ჰარმონია, არც სიურეალიზმი და ტენდენციები რომელსაც მიყვებიან ხელოვანები.

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Ask Morgana 068: Native American

Edward S Curtis was a photographer of the late 19c and early 20c. He is best known for his portraits of Native American people, from a time when their cultures were being lost almost faster than he could take pictures. 151 more words

Women

In the Land of the Head Hunters (1914)

AKA “In the Land of the War Canoes”

This film about the Kwakwaka’wakw people of British Columbia is, according to Wikipedia, the oldest surviving film made in Canada. 236 more words

Reviews

THE HANGMAN, A PAINTING BREAK, EDWARD S. CURTIS, MORE SNOW, THEN A WARM UP,

THE HANGMAN is coming along nicely, but I needed a break so I started another painting.  Working on a painting gives my story time to cook in my mind.   178 more words

Author's Blog

100th Anniversary screening of In the Land of the Head Hunters

The Cinematheque and Vancity Theatre join together to celebrate the centenary of a cinema landmark. In the Land of the Head Hunters was the first feature film made in B.C. 178 more words

Moving Images