Houston just requested to be declared a disaster region, so much rain falling on the metro area that some are calling it ‘biblical’.
Two Canadian film students, Walter Woodman and Patrick Cederberg had the idea to create a film that takes place solely on the protagonist’s computer screen. Their short-film, ‘Noah’ debuted at the Toronto International FIlm Festival, and it captures the lack of real connection between people in the digital age we live in.
Darren Aronofsky’s Biblical fantasy epic was spawned from his fascination with the character of Noah. On the surface, Noah was a man commissioned by God to build an ark and gather two of every bird, animal and reptile before the floods cleansed the earth of humanity. The retelling of this Old Testament story tends to […]
Saturday Night Live happened again this weekend (wouldn’t ya know it), and ‘Girls’ creator Lena Dunham spoofed Darren Aranofsky’s (and God’s) forthcoming film, ‘Noah’. It’s funny. Check it out.
Is the biblical epic becoming a genre in its own right? It does seem to be going that way, as Darren Aronofsky has just wrapped up work on another religion-based film, ‘Noah’.
Johan Huibers took 20 years to build this scale replica of the biblical ship, after having nightmares of his homeland flooding. Now what does he plan to do with it?