We are going to Sundance!!!

This is crazy, I got two short films in the 2008 Sundance! Here I would like to give my million Thanks and Kisses to Noah Vawter, Gemma Shusterman, John Blue and MC Paul Barman for all the support and hardwork. This year the Festival Short Film Program comprises 83 short films representing 17 countries from…

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The Top-Five Online Art Videos of 2007 and some news

My “Because Washington Is Hollywood For Ugly People” video is chosen by Rachel Wolff of New York Magazine as the top art video of 2007. Here’s what she said: “Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung’s satirical animation was one of the most-talked-about works in Postermasters’ summer group show, “Not Your Parents MTV.â€? Given Hung’s psychedelic palette, and the…

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Wiki Scanner- Brilliant!

Since the debut of Wikipedia, many academics denounce its credibility because of “amateur” users contributing information that are not being “recognized” by the scholars (I see it as not approved by government its captialism baby). Finally, Virgil Griffith, a smart-ass Grad student at CalTech, is smart and honest enough to break the whole confines and…

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Our brand new project finally got the Beta going! Yea! Please go and check out all the cheap eats and recipes and please publish your own too :-) Your post can help raise awarenesses to non-profits organization and that’s the prime goal of this project, thats why we gave the charities the prime spot…

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New York Times review on Not Your Parent’s MTV @ Postmasters

  ‘NOT YOUR PARENTS’ MTV’ ‘Music Video From Hell’ Postmasters 459 West 19th Street, Chelsea Through July 28 Several of the summer’s gallery group shows are dominated by one outstanding work. Here, among mostly credible riffs on or departures from the music-video convention, the big draw is Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung’s “Because Washington Is Hollywood for…

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Debunking myths about the “Third World”

[kml_flashembed movie=”” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] With the drama and urgency of a sportscaster, Prof. Hans Rosling uses software from Gapminder debunks a few myths about the “developing” world. This global health visionary has discovered a powerful new way to communicate complex data about the world; his remarkable interactive graphs help deliver profound insights about…

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CERN scientists seek to replay the universe’s birth

Original Article via International Herald Tribune: Starting sometime next summer, if all goes to plan, subatomic particles will begin shooting around a 27-kilometer, or 17-mile, underground ring stretching from the European Center for Nuclear Research, or CERN, near Geneva, into France and back again. Crashing together in the bowels of Atlas and similar contraptions spaced…

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Topsy-Turvy Bus Tour

Original Article via LaughingSquid  The Topsy-Turvy Bus (â€?Topsyâ€?) is two school buses welded together, one upside down on top of the other, that is currently touring the country to “dramatically depict America’s upside down budget prioritiesâ€?. The bus was created by mega art car artist Tom Kennedy in Oakland with a team of 10 artists,…

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Colbert Roasts President Bush

[kml_flashembed movie=”″ width=”400″ height=”326″ wmode=”transparent” /] I cannot believe I have not watch this yet.

Bill Moyers “Buying The War”

Watch it, you won’t regret it. All I can say is this documentary should have come out at least 4 years ago, or right before the last election. Now every fucked-up things Bush wanted to do is done. The only independent media is you. Start a website, grab a DV camera, start your own news.…

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