Sunday, May 31, 2009 

Tow Truck - A Love Story

Saturday, May 16, 2009 

A[mu]sing - Test with Redrock Micro

Thursday, May 07, 2009 

The Battle of Two Stars

Since watching my first Star Wars movie - which is the Empire Strikes Back - I have always let it be know that I am a big Star Wars geekzilla. My massive Star Wars collection last addition is a replica of Darth Vader's light saber and a talking Yoda that tells you the story from Episode one to six - not forgetting the action figures that now sits in a drawer that I shall not open.

So I have never quite been into Star Trek (sorry M). The closest I ever got to purchasing something Star Trek was this special edition Barbie and Ken Star Trek dolls which I have every intention to mark-up and resale (which I didn't but I should have).

So I have watched 'Fanboys' and remembered, understood and connected with the zillions of Star Wars fans and why there is such a negative force-field against the 'Trekkies'.

However, with the new Star Trek movie opening tomorrow. I am actually excited. Perhaps indirectly it is because of Sheldon from 'The Big Bang Theory' or perhaps it is Mr 'Sylar' Quinto as Spock. Or perhaps it is because the last (supposed) great sci-fi franchise (SW Episode 1 to 3) disappointed me so much - and looking forward to the start (or re-start) of another - and deep down hoping that it will disappoint me more so that Episode 1 to 3 seem so much more enjoyable.

Silently, I do hope I do not become a 'Trekkie' but who knows until I boldly go where no SW fans have gone before - to the dark side with pointy ears and tights.

Monday, May 04, 2009 

12th Shanghai International Film Festival

News just in! The Days is competing in the Asian New Talent Award competition, June 13 - 21 2009.
With the development of global cinema, various cultures become the leading role of every cinema trend. Recent years, the thriving Asian film talents gradually grasp the world cinema with their unique point of view and artful tastes. Film industry in Asia has aroused attention from all over the world. The Asian New Talent Award (ANTA) is set to attract outstanding and new film talents and to provide a stage for them to show their works to the world's film industry. At the mean time, SIFF hopes to be the incubator of more and more Asian film talents, who will support the development of the regional film industry.