Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.
„Safe spaces have become very controversial, but Trevor Noah can’t see what all the fuss is about. At The New York Times’ Get With The Times event at Northwestern University, the comedian and host of The Daily Show explained why he’s fascinated by the whole discussion.“
This was a little film commissioned by the fine folks at WeTransfer as part of their WePresent initiative. It was a real delight make a film to accompany some of Trevor Noah’s thoughts, particularly about words and language being weaponized.
What kind of person takes a cruise not for a week or a month — but for the rest of his life?
By Lance Oppenheim. Read the story here: nyti.ms/2KHT5rQ
Summary of summer 2017 photo tour in Greenland
A story about the power of a community working together to make good things.
He was inside Jabba the Hut in “Return of the Jedi,” helped make “The Muppets” come alive and has been pulling the strings on Yoda since he was 19 years old. Meet Dave Barclay, the puppet master, builder and animatronic supervisor responsible for some of your favorite characters on film and TV. He started his career as an assistant puppeteer for Yoda in “The Empire Strikes Back” under legendary puppeteer Frank Oz. Today, he’s the chief puppeteer responsible for Jabba the Hut, taking your favorite “Star Wars” characters from words on a page to a galaxy far, far away.
In Venom Superman Josh Haddow recalls a shoot he produced in which a man injected himself with venom from the world’s most lethal snakes.