Thursday, February 28, 2013

Interesting trends and topics that are being written about

Interesting trends and topics that are being written about
Interesting trends and topics that are being written about
Interesting trends and topics that are being written about

A roundup of some of the most interesting trends and topics that are being written about around the world. They write it, we post it, you read it.

The Making of Pulp Fiction By: Vanity Fair, March 2013

In 1986, [Quentin] Tarantino was a 23-year-old part-time actor and high-school dropout, broke, without an apartment of his own, showering rarely. With no agent, he sent out scripts that never got past low-level readers. 'Too vile, too vulgar, too violent' was the usual reaction, he later said.... 'Like a lot of guys who had never made films before, I was always trying to figure out how to scam my way into a feature,' Tarantino tells me. Though he was indisputably king of all movie knowledge at Video Archives, the suburban-L.A. store where he worked, in Hollywood he was a nobody.

Surrounded by videos, which he watched incessantly, he hit upon an idea for recycling three of the oldest bromides in the book: 'The ones you've seen a zillion times — the boxer who's supposed to throw a fight and doesn't, the Mob guy who's supposed to take the boss's wife out for the evening, the two hit men who come and kill these guys.' It would be 'an omnibus thing', a collection of three caper films, similar to stories by such writers as Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett in 1920s and 1930s pulp magazines. 'That is why I called it Pulp Fiction,' says Tarantino.

Our take: The making of the movie — with Samuel Jackson fighting for his role — is as riveting as the film itself.

Royal Bodies By: London Review of Books, February 21

Kate [Middleton] seems to have been selected for her role of princess because she was irreproachable: as painfully thin as anyone could wish, without quirks, without oddities, without the risk of the emergence of character. She appears precision-made, machine-made, so different from Diana whose human awkwardness and emotional incontinence showed in her every gesture. Diana was capable of transforming herself from galumphing schoolgirl to ice queen, from wraith to Amazon. Kate seems capable of going from perfect bride to perfect mother, with no messy deviation."

Our take: Don't stop reading Hilary Mantel's piece midway — like everyone, including the British PM — seems to have done. There's fascinating stuff — about pandas, Henry VIII and why we are all Barbara Cartland now.

Drugs Over the Online Counter By: n+1, February 18

There are two websites where you can add a gram of heroin to your shopping cart as if you were buying asparagus on Fresh Direct. One belongs to Sigma-Aldrich, the St Louis chemical company that synthesises pure opioids for use in laboratory studies. For this you need to be a federally accredited laboratory. The other isSilk Road, the anonymous marketplace where drugs are priced in untraceable Bitcoin currency. For this you just need an internet connection.... Although you might be perturbed if a salesperson offered you heroin from behind a department store counter, the aesthetic of the product page makes the transaction seem instantly mundane."

Our take: It is not the easiest place to get to online, but the digital black market of drugs operates, and once you are there it is as easy as placing books on a shopping cart. The aftershocks are entirely offline.

What Have the Stealth Jets Got? Radio! By: Wired, February 20

For the first time, America's top-of-the-line F-22 fighters and Britain's own cutting-edge Typhoon jets have come together for intensive, long-term training in high-tech warfare. If only the planes could talk to each other on equal terms... For all their sophisticated engines, radars and weapons, the American and British pilots are reduced to one-way communication, from the Brits to the Yanks. That is, unless they want to talk via old-fashioned radio."

Our take: They are top-of-the-range stealth jets, but they can communicate to each other only through radio that can be intercepted, betraying their location. Thundering typhoons!

Source : ET

Economic Survey 2013: Raghuram Rajan's young brigade

Economic Survey 2013: Raghuram Rajan's young brigade

The Economic Survey is written by an eclectic group of economists, both young and old, aided by inputs and ideas from the central bank, research bodies and independent external experts. 

ET brings you a glimpse of some of the young faces in chief economic adviser Raghuram Rajan's team that worked on his first Survey.

Pranjul Bhandari

A Cambridge University alumnus and ex-drummer, Bhandari is an economist in the office of the Chief Economic Adviser. 

She previously worked as economist at Goldman Sachs and the Planning Commission. 

Bhandari's profile on the ministry website says her enthusiasm for painting demands a shake-up of imagination.

Kanika Grover

An avid golfer, Grover is a consultant in the climate change finance unit of the finance ministry. 

She has previously worked with Boston Strategies Intl as associate consultant. She also loves to play sitar and piano.

Jyotsna Mehta

Trained in Kathak and Hindustani classical music, Mehta is a full-time consultant with the finance ministry. 

She holds a masters degree in economics from TERI University with specialisation in environmental and resource economics.

Prachi Mishra

Senior economist in the office of the Chief Economic Adviser. 

A PhD in economics from Columbia University, Mishra has served as senior economist in the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council. 

She has also worked with the International Monetary Fund.

Riyaz Ahmed Khan

A post-graduate in economics from Aligarh Muslim University, Khan is an economic officer with the finance ministry. 

He is currently in charge of the social sector unit. Khan has prepared a new agricultural index taking the base year of 2004-05.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

10 must-see documentaries that tackle issues ranging from political to musical

10 must-see documentaries that tackle issues ranging from political to musical

10 must-see documentaries that tackle issues ranging from political to musical
10 must-see documentaries that tackle issues ranging from political to musical

There is more to films than the red carpet and glitz of the Oscars. ET focuses on 10 must-seedocumentaries that tackle issues ranging from political to musical.

Triumph of the Will

Director: Leni Riefenstahl, 1934

By far the most famous propaganda film ever made, Triumph... became the prototype for many that followed. It's not a question of liking or hating Hitler. But what Riefenstahl was asked to do, she does and delivers a tour de force. The film chronicles the Nazi party congress held in Nuremberg in 1934. It is technically impressive — the camera pans, tracking shots, close-ups and angles together with the rousing music — and that is one reason why it should be seen more than once. And how art can be used to send political signals.

Nanook of the North

Director: Robert Flaherty, 1922

There have been criticisms of many sequences in the film being staged. But as the first full-length documentary, its place in the history of cinema can never be denied. Also considering that Flaherty was not a professional filmmaker and the difficult subject he chose, his attempt to document the life of an Inuit Eskimo deserves all the more credit. Nanook stands out for its depiction of man's struggle against nature. Wonderfully shot, it remains a classic.

Buena Vista Social Club

Director: Wim Wenders, 1999

This is a pure celebration of music. It is a documentary of an era when song and dance and flirting were an integral part of pre-revolution Cuba and Buena Vista Social Club in Havana was the hub. Music producer Nick Gold and guitarist Ry Cooder tracked those musicians who played in the '40s and '50s and got them into a studio. Wim Wenders was present to film the sessions. The end result is a joyful rediscovery of artists — many of them in their late 70s and 80s. Both the film and the album are infused with a joie de vivre rarely seen or heard.

Fire in Babylon

Director: Stevan Riley, 2010

It is notionally about cricket, about West Indies cricket to be precise. The peg is the rise of the fearsome pace attack in the late '70s. But two random quotes from the film will tell you that there is more: "Out there it was a war," says Gordon Greenidge, and "if you can't take the heat... get out" from Andy Roberts. There are various subtexts, including racism, colonialism and the desire to prove a point. Absolutely riveting.

Man With a Movie Camera

Director: Dziga Vertov, 1929

According to the filmmaker, "[This] film is an experiment in cinematic communication... [it] aims at creating a truly international language of cinema based on its absolute separation from the language of theatre and literature." In other words pure cinema. See it for its innovations — jump cuts, tracking shots, freeze frames, double exposure, techniques few dreamt of in the '20s. The film is startlingly radical even now.

The Hour of the Furnaces

Director: Fernando Solanas & Octavio Getino, 1968

It became the meme for all revolutionary films made in the '70s and '80s. It was the cinematic bible for all anti-fascist fellow-travellers. And it would be the centre piece for all anti-neo-colonial jamborees. All for good reason. Furnaces is the result of artists who held strong political beliefs and were not afraid to air them. And the situation in many South American countries was so bad that the only way out was activism. Furnaces captures in grim detail the fight for freedom as the Argentinian army runs havoc.

Director: Bert Haanstra, 1958

The Dutch master at his best. In this short 11-minute documentary about glass-making, Haanstra packs in a unique visual style, political statement, a dash of wry humour and a wonderful jazz score. But more than anything else, it is a human document about man and his creations. Not only did it win an Oscar in 1959, but it is even now a text in many film schools across the world.

Night and Fog

Director: Alain Resnais, 1955

It is the irony that jolts you. And it is the voice-over — dead pan, never judgemental — that takes you deep into history's biggest civilisational wound. Why Resnais' Night and Fog remains one of the bestdocumentaries ever — or as Francois Truffaut said "the greatest film ever made" — is that never in its 32-minute running time does it become maudlin. In its detachment, the film shocks us into the realisation of how terrible the Holocaust was.
Terror in Mumbai

Director: Dan Reed, 2009

The director eschews news footage of fire and mayhem; instead he uses, to chilling effect, phone recordings (between the terrorists and their handlers) and interviews with survivors. Besides CCTV footage from inside the hotels as the terrorists go berserk, there is also one of Ajmal Kasab talking to police after his arrest. The end result is a numbing portrayal of the 26/11 attack on Mumbai. It is as if you are not a bystander but one caught in the middle of the carnage.


Director: Michael Wadleigh, 1970

Everything you've heard about Woodstock — music, love, drugs, hippies — is true and wonderfully captured in Wadleigh's three-hour film. Of course, it is basically the music. Where else do you find Hendrix, Joplin, CSN&Y, Santana, among so many others, perform live? But the film transcends the music and captures the zeitgeist of the '60s and of an innocent era. Perhaps the best rockumentary ever. 


Oscar 2013: The jury is yet to decide on sweeping straplessness

Oscar 2013: The jury is yet to decide on sweeping straplessness
Kerry Washington’s embroidered red Miu Miu was pronounced ‘fresh’ while Jennifer Aniston’s red Valentino was ‘boring’, Charlize Theron’s stunning white peplum Dior Couture gown and Reese Witherspoon’s blue Louis Vuitton got the thumbs up while Kristen Stewart’s Reem Acra gown was deemed ‘frothy’...
Kerry Washington’s embroidered red Miu Miu was pronounced ‘fresh’ while Jennifer Aniston’s red Valentino was ‘boring’, Charlize Theron’s stunning white peplum Dior Couture gown and Reese Witherspoon’s blue Louis Vuitton got the thumbs up while Kristen Stewart’s Reem Acra gown was deemed ‘frothy’...

The intention was obviously not to "go sleeveless on him" like the axilla-baring Anoushka Sharma in a recent fairness cream ad, but the profusion of strapless shoulders on the red carpet at the 85th Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday evening was too baring to miss. From winner Jennifer Lawrence in a spectacular white Dior Couture gown that tripped her up, to nominee Helen Hunt's crumpled off-the-rack midnight blue H&M, leading ladies appear to have (un)covered the gamut. So much so that there was nothing separating the best and worst strapless ensembles except the biases of the 'experts'.

Kerry Washington's embroidered red Miu Miu was pronounced 'fresh' while Jennifer Aniston's red Valentino was 'boring', Charlize Theron's stunning white peplum Dior Couture gown and Reese Witherspoon's blue Louis Vuitton got the thumbs up while Kristen Stewart's Reem Acra gown was deemed 'frothy'... Such was the surfeit of strapless that those who didn't off-shoulder the line caught the eye, such as waferthin Anne Hathaway in a demurely wicked pale pink Miuccia Prada and Halle Berry in an X-Men-esque Versace.

In fact, Berry, Naeem Khan-gowned US First Lady Michelle Obama (in a satellite link cameo from the White House,) Jennifer Hudson in Roberto CavalliNaomi Watts and Jessica Chastain in Armani created a metallic side-plot to the strapless main storyline. Of course, there are always comment-worthy shouldershows on red carpets.

Notably, the late Princess Diana wore a daring black number to the Royal Opera House in London in 1981 and reprised the look again in a shorter, sexier avatar in 1993 at an art gala. And Madonna memorably out-blinged her escort Michael Jackson in strapless white, diamonds and fur back in 1991 at the Oscars. But the strapless shoulders at the Oscars this time were too many to be a coincidence.

More so since the Oscars appeared to be merely the latest in an epidemic. Best Actress Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence had gone strapless earlier at the Golden Globes, Screen Actors' Guild (SAG) and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) while nominees Jessica Chastain, Naomi Watts and Helen Huntdid so at SAG. And Supporting Actress Oscar winner Anne Hathaway as well as nominee Amy Adams did the same at the Golden Globes. The jury's still out on who gets the Oscar for this sweeping straplessness: the stars or their stylists.


Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Jennifer Lawrence Being Awesome at the Oscars

Jennifer Lawrence Being Awesome at the Oscars

Jennifer Lawrence made the Oscars a most GIF-able bash. The Best Actress winner brought the charm out early on the red carpet and kept it rolling right on through tripping up the stairs to accept her award.
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