Marble Run

Taking inspiration from Fischli and Weiss, OKGO... this is our very own Marble Run construction. UAL Foundation Art & Design - Weston College.

Some Inspiration for your Marble Run Challenge

From the OK Go album "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky" available at Director: James Frost, OK Go and Syyn Labs. Producer: Shirley Moyers. The official video for the recorded version of "This Too Shall Pass" off the album "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky".

Fischli and Weiss remove these things that surround us from their contexts in our daily lives, and then restructure their relationships to one another. The artists aim neither to glorify nor to alienate these common objects, but merely to create new references in which they might be considered.

News from The Cube Cinema

SOME JULY EVENTS for your diary:

LOCATRONICS With Antoni Maovvi, Fendahl and Friends

Fri 18 July, 7:30 PM Tickets: £4 advance, £6 Door

Launch night for Locatronics featuring a brand new live set and visuals from Italo horror disco maestro Antoni Maovvi. Also Live electronics and processed gong from Fendahl [Feat Guy Bartell from Bronnt Industries, synth/drum machine improv from Harpoon and Lofi-synth + Guitar odd pop from Failand.

Live synth sounds from Amber Nectar in the bar afterwards plus Djs spinning all sorts of electronic tinged  weirdness till late.



Dir: Mike Myers, 2013, 84 mins, USA, Cert: TBC

Tue 22 July, 8:00 PM Tickets: £5/4 (advance tickets available)

Supermensch explores the world of Hollywood insider, Shep Gordon. Falling into music management by chance after moving to LA and befriending Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix, arch hedonist Shep was soon managing rock stars (Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper), producing films (They Live), dating actresses (Sharon Stone) and inadvertently creating the concept of the celebrity chef.

Stuffed with incredible archive footage and searing anecdotes, Mike Myers’ (Wayne’s World, Austin Powers) directorial début is a warm and funny portrait of a man who has more than a few stories to tell about the nature of fame.


Tickets for cinema showings are sold on the door from approximately 30 minutes before the advertised showing time.


Wed 23 July, 8:00 PM Tickets: £3/2 (filmmakers in for free)

Bluescreen is the open screen night for local filmmakers to bring in and screen their short films. Any film genre is welcomed – the more eclectic mix of films we get the better we like it!

Films can be up to 20mins long and must be on DVD (formatted for a DVD Player) or Memory Stick (formatted for VLC Player).

If you've not got a film, come along and support the other filmmakers and/or get inspired to make a film yourself and get involved in Bristol's filmmaking community!

PLUS we have Bluescreen Hi-Fi DJ's in the Bar, Cube Orchestra film re-scores and, if time, some classic shorts from the Bluescreen Archives.

Films are generally on screen from 8.30pm

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-- Kari Nygaard Programmer The Cube Cinema

The History of Typography - Animated Short

A paper-letter animation about the history of fonts and typography. 291 Paper Letters. 2,454 Photographs. 140 hours of work. Created by Ben Barrett-Forrest © Forrest Media - 2013 Information Sources: Thinking in Type by Ellen Lupton Just My Type by Simon Garfield If this video sparks any ideas, I would love to hear about them!

COMBO - Collaborative animation by Blu and David Ellis

A collaborative animation by Blu and David Ellis year 2009 produced by Studio Cromie Music by Roberto Lange Made at Fame festival 2009