In the making-of for APigeona€™s a€?Polydaya€? music video, co-directors Patrick Rochon and Pierre Tremblay talk about painting with light through time. Filmmaker Craig Murray turns Ghost Against Ghosta€™s ethereal EP into a dark fantasy of fluid forms, fabric, and fantasia.
Fluidly paintings of mushrooms and melting women mark the surreal work of Lauren Young Smith.
The Glitch Moba€™s Justin Boreta teamed up with programmer Allan Lavell and creative director Dean Grenier to create a trippy, interactive video filter app.
Torrado’s series, Eye Carry the Night, was shot on the streets of Hong Kong looking straight up from street level under giant suspended neon signs. One of the best things about Star Wars is the space battles, and a new fan video that mashes up George Lucas' world with that of Kenny Loggins' song Danger Zone pays a glorious tribute.
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In a scene that is not so much a catfight as a fully-fledged Jackie Chan-style battle complete with impossible leaps and impressive stunts, Xena (Lucy Lawless) takes on Amazon Queen Melosa (Alison Bruce), and this time the only men involved are the ones quaking on the sidelines.

Under the cover of supernatural storylines, the cute-as-a-button vampire annihilator karate-kicked and fingernail-snapped her myriad female opponents in almost every episode. For cliched schoolgirl biffo it's hard to look past the cast of one of our own family soaps, which gifted us the hallway punch-on between blonde beach babe, Hayley (the tennis WAG formerly known as Bec Cartwright), and feisty redhead, Gypsy (Kimberly Cooper).
Of all the combat that took place within the walls of the original cell block H, one pummelling stands out for the sheer weight of its drama. The electric glow of neon signs is familiar in all big cities around the world, but seeing them from the vantage point of photographer Rainer Torrado lends them an entirely new shape.
The squiggly patches of colour and straight lines of the suspension cables are vaguely familiar at first site, though truly hard to recognise without context. But artist Tauba Auerbach has created an incredibly intricate pop-up book, devoid of any words, that will totally relax you simply by opening and closing each page. It does not indicate that the app was specifically designed for that particular age, or if a certain level of skill is required to play the game or use the app. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
This includes to personalise ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. Even Shakespeare was not above employing the device between his female love rivals in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
From the opening shot over Alexis' shoulder to the wistful figure of Krystle at the far end of the garden, one slender thigh stretching from her shimmery blue dress, the tension is palpable.
Motivated to protect her daughter, Xena high-kicks, fences and stick-fights her way to a merciful victory, in a spot of sophisticated stage-fighting rarely seen between two women. Among the most memorable for fans are her window-smashing brawl with strayed fellow slayer, Faith (Eliza Dushku); and her run-ins with her friend Willow (Alyson Hannigan) when the latter was possessed.

Of course, there's never a teacher around when you need one, and the scuffle soon turns into a mini brawl, with the ladies robustly questioning each other's chastity.
The structures are presented in amazing uniformity which makes them seem all the more unreal. Watching these 2D pages transform into 3D structures is better than tending to an entire forest full of bonsai trees. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners.
There's just something about two members of the fairer sex scrapping that makes people gasp and laugh. Yes, love rat Michael Mancini (Thomas Calabro) was to blame for the unseemly splash, but not for the awkward underwater shots and disappointing dialogue that failed to place this catfight in the same league as its predecessor. Way too corny to be taken seriously, the whole charade ends with a prison reference from Phoebe that pretty much completes the standard male fantasy.
Dragged apart by boys half their size, the confrontation ends in mandatory extended glares. And yet, in their respective retreats, hairdos destroyed and frocks soaked, all dignity is restored. From the spectacular campery of Dynasty to the shameless farce of Friends and the brutish skill of Xena: Warrior Princess, here's to the good, the bad and the ugly catfights of TV land.

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