Journal Entry

Monday, February 18, 2008

"The Orange", coming soon to a small pixellated screen near you

Nick Fox-Gieg is an artist and animator who makes awesome short films, like "I wanna be famous" (from a Jessica Delfino song), "The option of war", and "A good joke".

(Those files are MP4s, which my browsers here were a little iffy about... I eventually got them to play by upgrading realplayer, opening them with that and fiddling with resizing. )

Anyway, he asked me quite a while ago if he could make a short film of "The Orange". I said sure.

Recently I noted an interview with him, in which he says he's working on "The Orange".

I can't wait to see it.

(I'm also amused by Harper's magazine's taxonomy for "The Orange" -- it looks like they have all the content they've published since the nineteenth century online for subscribers, and "The Orange" is filed under "Orange" and "Providence and government of God".)


Posted by benrosen at February 18, 2008 09:39 PM | Up to blog
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Anyway, he asked me quite a while ago if he could make a short film of "The Orange".

Clicking on The Orange in this sentence takes you Nowhere. Which brings to mind that Knowware is a great name for something.

Posted by: David at February 26, 2008 12:21 AM

Thanks, fixed.

101,000 hits on Google for Knowware!

Posted by: Benjamin Rosenbaum at February 26, 2008 11:06 AM
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