Release on 2013-01-22T00:00:00+01:00 | by Jean-Claude Mézières
VALERIAN AND LAURELIME THE EMPIREof, THOUSAND PLANETS J.-C. MéZIERES AND P. CHRISTIN COLOUR WORK: E. TRANLÉ 9. CINEBOOK_ The 9th Art Pub I is her Original title: Valerian 2 – L'empire des mille planètes Original.
Author: Jean-Claude Mézières
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Valerian and Laureline are exploring Syrte, capital planet of a system of 1,000 worlds. Their mission is to discover whether the Syrtians could present a danger to Earth. What they find is a decaying empire led by decadent aristocrats, a population ripe for revolution, and a mysterious caste of masked wise men who discreetly pull the strings from hidden fortresses. Swept up by the winds of history, the agents of Earth will have to choose a side...
Release on 2017-06-23T00:00:00+02:00 | by Pierre Christin
This first volume of the collection contains books 1 and 2 of the series: The City of Shifting Waters – in its original two-part, 9 pages longer format – and The Empire of a Thousand Planets.
Author: Pierre Christin
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
This first volume of the collection contains books 1 and 2 of the series: The City of Shifting Waters – in its original two-part, 9 pages longer format – and The Empire of a Thousand Planets. It also includes book 0, Bad Dreams, translated into English for the first time: the very first adventures of our two heroes, published after City and retroactively numbered. Finally, linking the volumes of this collection together, a long, exclusive interview with the authors and director Luc Besson is illustrated with new art as well as numerous sketches, studies and photographs from the latter’s upcoming big-screen adaptation.
Release on 2018-08-22T00:00:00+02:00 | by Pierre Christin
To KMCW WHJ'5 RLLING ENLIGHTENEDEF | WANT TO KMCW CIVILISAT|DNS BY THE THOUSANDS The universe is crawling with life. Billions of stars, billions of planets, and billions of living beings. ... The Empire of a Thousand Planets 2.
Author: Pierre Christin
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
In this sixth volume of the Collected Edition, our two former agents, now idle, create their own adventures by helping their fellow beings, and resume their quest to find Earth.
... January 2002 4.1 Cartoon published in Le Film Français 4.2 Cover of Valérian et Laureline, Tome 2: L'Empire des mille planètes 4.3 Cartoon originally published in Pilote 113 4.4 From Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets 5.1 ...
Author: Charlie Michael
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
The digitised spectacles conjured by a word like `blockbuster' may create a certain cognitive dissonance with received ideas about French cinema - long celebrated as a model for philosophical, economic and aesthetic resistance to globalised popular culture. While the Gallic `cultural exception' remains a forceful current to this day, this book shows how the onslaught of Hollywood mega-franchises and new media platforms since the 1980s has also provoked an overtly commercialised response from French producers eager to redefine the stakes and scope of their own traditions. Cutting across a swath of recent French-produced cinema, French Blockbusters offers the first book-length consideration of the theoretical implications, historical impact and cultural consequences of recent popular films that are rapidly changing what it means to make - or to see - a `French' film today. From English-language action vehicles like Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (Besson, 2017) to revisionist historical films like Of Gods and Men (Beauvois, 2011) and crowd-pleasing comedies like Intouchables (Toledano & Nakache, 2011), the variously filiated `local blockbusters' from contemporary France brim with the seeds of cultural contradiction, but also with the energy of a forceful counter-history
“Special Visual Effects for Empire.” American Cinematographer (June 1980): 552. ... “Symphony of Colors: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.” Cinefex 154 (August 2017): 78–98. ... “Ghostbusters Revisited” [on Ghostbusters 2].
Author: Julie A. Turnock
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Performing Arts
Just about every major film now comes to us with an assist from digital effects. The results are obvious in superhero fantasies, yet dramas like Roma also rely on computer-generated imagery to enhance the verisimilitude of scenes. But the realism of digital effects is not actually true to life. It is a realism invented by Hollywood—by one company specifically: Industrial Light & Magic. The Empire of Effects shows how the effects company known for the puppets and space battles of the original Star Wars went on to develop the dominant aesthetic of digital realism. Julie A. Turnock finds that ILM borrowed its technique from the New Hollywood of the 1970s, incorporating lens flares, wobbly camerawork, haphazard framing, and other cinematography that called attention to the person behind the camera. In the context of digital imagery, however, these aesthetic strategies had the opposite effect, heightening the sense of realism by calling on tropes suggesting the authenticity to which viewers were accustomed. ILM’s style, on display in the most successful films of the 1980s and beyond, was so convincing that other studios were forced to follow suit, and today, ILM is a victim of its own success, having fostered a cinematic monoculture in which it is but one player among many.
Connoisseurs of fantasy, science fiction, and horror have long recognized the important contributions of thousands of French authors, filmmakers, and artists. The volume is divided into two parts. Part I gives historical overviews, complete lists, descriptions, and summaries for works in film, television, radio, animation, comic books, and graphic novels. This section also includes interviews with animation director Rene Laloux and comic book artist Moebius, as well as comments from filmmaker Luc Besson. Biographies are provided for over 200 important contributors to television and graphic arts. Part II covers the major authors and literary trends of French science fiction, fantasy, and horror from the Middle Ages to the present day. (French-Canadians and Belgians are also examined.) There is a biographical dictionary of over 3,000 authors, a section on major French awards, and a complete bibliography. Many illustrations (!) illuminate this thorough presentation.
2 94 Alien: Covenant 94 War of the Planet of the Apes 95 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets 95 Dark Tower 95 Flatliners 96 Blade Runner 2049 96 Godzilla: Monster Planet 97 Star Wars: The Last Jedi 97 SCIENCE FICTION KNOW-ALL 98 ...
Author: Andreas Sofroniou
Science Fiction explores the probable consequences of some improbable or impossible transformation of the basic conditions of human (or intelligent non-human) existence. This transformation need not be a technological invention, but may be some mutation of known biological or physical reality: artificial or extraterrestrial life-forms and travel through time are favourite subjects. Science Fiction stories may involve Utopian political speculation, or satire, but most rely on the marvellous appeal of fantasy. The term Science Fiction was first given general currency by Hugo Gernsback, editor of the popular Amazing Stories magazine from 1926. Once uniformly dismissed as pulp trash, SF gained greater respect from the 1950s, as writers like Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, and John Wyndham expanded its range; themes of alien invasion and brain-washing became especially popular at the height of the Cold War.
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Author: Lee Burton Artz
Category: Political Science
This book shows how transnational media operate in the contemporary world and what their impact is on film, television, and the larger global culture. Where a company is based geographically no longer determines its outreach or output. As media consolidate and partner across national and cultural boundaries, global culture evolves. The new transnational media industry is universal in its operation, function, and social impact. It reflects a shared transnational culture of consumerism, authoritarianism, cultural diversity, and spectacle. From Wolf Warriors and Sanju to Valerian: City of 1000 Planets and Pokémon, new media combinations challenge old assumptions about cultural imperialism and reflect cross-boundary collaboration as well as boundary-breaking cultural interpretation. Intended for students of global studies and international communication at all levels, the book will appeal to a wide range of readers interested in the way transnational media work and how that shapes our culture.
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Category: Chemical industry
Vols. include the proceedings (some summarized, some official stenographic reports) of the National Wholesale Druggists' Association (called 18 -1882, Western Wholesale Druggists' Association) and of other similar organizations.
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