Re: [Videolib] science movie night - suggestions welcome

From: Bergman, Barbara J <>
Date: Tue Nov 10 2009 - 08:39:18 PST

For something a little different, take a look at Achieving the Unachievable from Cine Fete.
It's one that I find interesting because it deals with the science of art.

In 1956, Dutch artist Maurits C. Escher challenged the laws of perspective with Print Gallery and found himself trapped behind an impossible barrier...
This uncompleted masterpiece quickly became the most puzzling enigma of Modern Art, for both artists and scientist.
Half a century later, mathematician Hendrik Lenstra took everyone by surprise by drawing a fantastic bridge between the intuition of the artist and his own, finally shattering the Infinity Barrier! Get front row seats for this visually spectacular fusion of Art and Science.
    * Gold Magnolia, Special Jury Award - Shanghai Television Festival 2008
    * American Library Association's Notable Adult Video of the Year 2008
    * Award for Best Canadian Work - FIFA - 2008
    * Winner of the Best Achievement in Visual Effects - Science Film Festival 2007 - Bangkok

Barb Bergman | Media Services & Interlibrary Loan Librarian | Minnesota State University, Mankato | | (507) 389-5945

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