Adapted from Issue #1 of Frank Miller's seminal 1986 comic series, filmmaker Wyatt Weed (“Shadowland,” “Four Color Eulogy”) offers his unofficial fan’s take on the Batman mythos. Following the death of Robin at the hands of the Joker, Bruce Wayne (Weed) hung up the cowl and cape 10 years ago. But now Gotham City is in the grip of a violent crime wave, and the venerable 55-year-old billionaire has to decide if the time is right for the Caped Crusader’s return. The Dark Knight Returns filmed for 24 days over a 17-month period from June of 2015 through October of 2016. Shot on a shoestring budget of $2500, it features locations in and around the St. Louis metro area. This production is non-profit and is for entertainment purposes only. The production is in no way associated with DC Comics or Time Warner. For more information on Pirate Pictures: http://www.piratepictures.net/ For more information on Wyatt Weed: http://wyattweed.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDarkKnightReturnsAnEpicFanFilm/ Main Cast: Bruce Wayne/Batman - Wyatt Weed Jim Gordon - Rick McGougan Alfred Pennyworth - John Contini Bill - John Reidy Dave - Robert Lee Davis Carol Ferris - Taylor Pietz Ellen Yindell - Amber Eslow Winingham Spike - Bill Finkbiner Victim - Catherine Dudley-Rose Psycho Killer - Mike Dowdy Silk - Reggie Reese Joannie - Bryanna Gilomen Young Bruce Wayne - Liam Gallagher Taxi Driver - Jason Contini Carrie Kelley - Ava Osthus Michelle - Maya Tunstall Sean Lee Smith - Spud Roc - Brock Roberts Don - Oliver Sparton Rob - Sebastian Lee Keith - Keith Nussbaum Murray - Nate Nguepsi Joe - Joe Hammerstone Brian - Skully Shemwell Rookie - Kevin Eaton Bullock - Nicholas J. Hearne Dr. Wolper - Kent Martin Dr. Willing - Christopher Bruemmer Joker - Carlos Antonio León Associate Producer Gayle Gallagher Lead Grip/Gaffer Robert Clark Music Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/ A Pirate Pictures Production Cameras: Panasonic AF-100 Panasonic Varicam Sony PMW-300 GoPro Hero 4 Silver Editing: Final Cut 7 FX: Practical miniatures Photoshop, Final Cut composites, real photo elements Batman Costume: Cowl - custom sculpted, molded, and cast in latex Chest logo - created in Photoshop and laser-printed onto iron-on sheets Cape - custom made, fabric from Jo Ann Boots - painted "Super Hero" boots, commercially available online Gloves - blue leather fencing gauntlets with extra vinyl cuffs and custom latex spikes added Utility belt - custom sculpted pouches cast in latex attached to a white web belt dyed yellow Body suit - gray Starter brand compression pants and shirt, with dark blue bikini underwear All pieces painted with Liquitex Basics phthalocyanine blue, from Hobby Lobby. Paint was selected first, then cape and trunks were matched to paint. Chest logo was created first, then utility belt was painted to match, using Liquitex cadmium yellow medium.
Groupe : Trivium Album : Ember To Inferno Année : 2003 (2005 : Reissue) Genre : Melodic Death Metal / Thrash Metal Compositeur : Matt Heafy Tracklist : 1. Inception, The Bleeding Skies ( 0:00 - 0:35 ) 2. Pillars Of Serpents ( 0:35 - 5:10 ) 3. If I Could Collapse The Masses ( 5:10 - 9:52 ) 4. Fugue (A Revelation) ( 9:52 - 14:13 ) 5. Requiem ( 14:14 - 19:07 ) 6. Ember To Inferno ( 19:08 - 23:18 ) 7. Ashes ( 23:19 - 24:13 ) 8. To Burn The Eyes ( 24:13 - 31:13 ) 9. Falling To Grey ( 31:14 - 36:51 ) 10. My Hatred ( 36:51 - 41:25 ) 11. When All Light Dies ( 41:26 - 47:50 ) 12. A View Of Burning Empire ( 47:51 - 49:37 ) Reissue Edition : 13. Blinding Tears Will Break The Skies ( 49:38 - 55:17 ) 14. The Deceived ( 55:18 - 1:01:04 ) 15. Demon (Demo) ( 1:01:18 - 1:04:45 ) Deluxe Edition : 16. The Storm ( 1:04:45 - 1:10:50 ) 17. Sworn ( 1:10:50 - 1:15:19 )
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Using Hollywood movie trailers, UC Berkeley researchers have succeeded in decoding and reconstructing people's dynamic visual experiences. The brain activity recorded while subjects viewed a set of film clips was used to create a computer program that learned to associate visual patterns in the movie with the corresponding brain activity. The brain activity evoked by a second set of clips was used to test the movie reconstruction algorithm. This was done by feeding 18 million seconds of random YouTube videos into the computer program so that it could predict the brain activity that each film clip would most likely evoke in each subject. Using the new computer model, researchers were able to decode brain signals generated by the films and then reconstruct those moving images. Eventually, practical applications of the technology could include a better understanding of what goes on in the minds of people who cannot communicate verbally, such as stroke victims, coma patients and people with neurodegenerative diseases. It may also lay the groundwork for brain-machine devices that would allow people with cerebral palsy or paralysis, for example, to guide computers with their minds. The lead author of the study, published in Current Biology on September 22, 2011, is Shinji Nishimoto, a post-doctoral researcher in the laboratory of Professor Jack Gallant, neursoscientist and coauthor of the study. Other coauthors include Thomas Naselaris with UC Berkeley's Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute, An T. Vu with UC Berkeley's Joint Graduate Group in Bioengineering, and Yuval Benjamini and Professor Bin Yu with the UC Berkeley Department of Statistics. Full story: http://newscenter.berkeley.edu/2011/09/22/brain-movies/ Video produced by Roxanne Makasdjian, UC Berkeley Media Relations