Tue 20 Sep 2016

Animated micro shorts by French collective STZ.

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Shots taken during a number of flights with dummy settings on all the controls, but covering the basic process.

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Sun 18 Sep 2016

“Doodles I draw on the subway on my iPad.”

Instagram account of the day.

Link: Subway Doodles

(via MeFi)

Spoiler free, more on Entertainment Weekly.

UPDATE: episodes out on Netflix on October 21.

“Nosedive”
An insecure office worker (Bryce Dallas Howard) lives in a world in which everyone obsessively ranks and rates every tiny social interaction. She thinks she finally may have found a way to rank alongside her friend (Alice Eve), who’s one of society’s elites.

“San Junipero”
A 1980s-set tale, where Mackenzie Davis and Gugu Mbatha-Raw play recent arrivals to a beach town in California.

“Shut Up and Dance”
A withdrawn 19-year-old (Alex Lawther) stumbles headlong into an online trap and is quickly forced into an uneasy alliance with shifty man (Jerome Flynn) who are both at the mercy of persons unknown.

“Men Against Fire”
A military story set in a post-war future. A rookie soldier (Malachi Kirby) is posted overseas, protecting frightened villagers from an infestation of vicious feral mutants alongside fellow soldier Raiman (Madeline Brewer).

“Playtest”
A thrill-seeking globetrotter (Wyatt Russell) visits Britain, hooks up with a woman (Hannah John-Kamen) and tests the latest in video game technology – “a device as mind-bendingly sophisticated as it is terrifying.”

“Hated in the Nation”
The show’s first-ever 90-minute episode; a crime drama inspired by Scandi-Noir thrillers like The Killing and Borgen. A police detective (Kelly McDonald) and her geeky young sidekick investigate a string of grisly murders with a sinister link to social media.

Antibiotics resistance is futile.

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