John Malach

  • John Malach commented on the blog post KINO FILM 10 years ago

    Very great and entertaining film that I expect from you Russ, I am very glad to have been apart of the film and make it in with my strangeness of not turning off the camera so that we could talk about Clerks and make the blooper reel. I have a greater understanding of the tubes […]

  • John Malach commented on the blog post Assessing Kino-Pravdas 10 years ago

    With the video I watched i knew to give it a 5 for clear argument because right away I knew why I was watching this video and what it was going to be about. It was clearly stated by the film maker and it was also something that I could argue against if I needed […]

  • I do not speak well on film so that is the main reason I may be very shaky when I talk

  • John Malach commented on the blog post Assessing Kino-Pravdas 10 years ago

    1. Does it show off the community impact of the piece of art? 2. Does it give historical background of why it is there how it got there and who funded the project? 3. Does it have community opinions on the piece? 4. Does it show off the art piece properly either from all sides […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKfITXHRczA – Title screen red on white text (The Sphere’s of Klapper Hall by Vito Acconci) – V Fade cut to mid shot of man introducing the spheres of Klapper Hall with sphere in background and name of building – Flip fade to pictures of Vito Acconci and his works of “City of Words”, “Home Entertainment” […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxurZPG1k-M Song: Monsters Artist: Matchbox Romance Album: Voices Year: 2006 Off of Matchbox Romance’s second album the track “Monsters” has gained much notoriety when it became a track on the popular video game Guitar Hero 3. Matchbox Romance is labeled as an indie rock/emo band that was formed in 1997 in Poughkeepsie, NY which is right near where I have […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXHnTKcjTL0 Song: Painkiller Artist: Judas Priest Album: Painkiller Year: 1990 The single and title track off of Judas Priest’s 1990 album Painkiller is a great example of the British metal band and just how they work. The song opens up with an amazing drum solo that really makes it unforgettable and truly recognizable from the […]

  • John Malach commented on the blog post Simplicity 10 years ago

    I feel as if through this peer revision workshop that I have found one problem of mine that I thought was there but as been shown to me and that is the fact that I repeat myself quite a bit to fill up space to meet that specific page requirement that the professor gives. With […]

  • John Malach commented on the blog post Simplicity 10 years ago

    1. Before – the article is also useful because by knowing what the creator of the sphere’s believes public space is it makes me able to define it better and show off how he used the space he had to make an area into an art piece and how he made an area in front […]

  • – Title Screen (Spheres of Klapper Hall by Vito Acconci) – Intro Video clip that is shown as a mid-long shot on me with spheres in the background – Fade out of intro video clip and fade into photo’s through cross fade – Photos of Vito Acconci and his works (crash,home entertainment, and city of […]

  • – Title Screen (Spheres of Klapper Hall by Vito Acconci) – Intro Video clip – Fade out of intro video clip and fade into photo’s through cross fade – Photos of Vito Acconci and his works with voice over of short bio on him (use script in notebook) – fade out of final photo into […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJRL9oKu2ts Song: Hang Em’ High Artist: My Chemical Romance Album: Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge Year: 2004 This great song with a western feel came off of My Chemical Romance’s second studio album and is one of my favorite songs by them even though it wasn’t that big of a hit for them. According to Gerard […]

  • John Malach commented on the blog post Vertov III 10 years ago

    Cinematography is acceptable if it refines and shows truth in cinema. As shown in “Man with a Movie Camera” the cuts that Vertov made were all there to refine the truths that were coming from it as in the cuts from vehicles driving down the street to a woman sleeping, it all is happening in […]

  • John Malach commented on the blog post Vertov III 10 years ago

    One way that Vertov’s writing is reflected in his movie making is the way that he gets things done very straight forward and without anything fancy in the way. He just goes out and shoots what he needs nothing more and nothing less. Like in his writings where he doesn’t as much bring up arguments, […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnvAjAvXU8w Song: Nine in the Afternoon Artist: Panic! at the Disco Album: Pretty. Odd. Year: 2008 Panic! at the Disco’s first single and hit off of their second studio album “Pretty. Odd.” and it sounds very different from their first album which also had great success with “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out”. Something nice […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXhuso4OTG4 Song: Renegade Artist: Styx Album: Pieces of Eight Year: 1978 One of Styx’s most popular songs is with us today to bring back the 70’s. The song is a first-person narrative of an outlaw, captured for a bounty, who recognizes that he is about to be executed for his criminal activities by means of hanging. This song […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSR6ZzjDZ94 Song: More Than a Feeling Artist: Boston Album: Boston Year: 1976 A principle classic of all that is rock comes with this song that everyone and their brother knows from somewhere. Off of the wildly popular self titled debut album “Boston” this song took Tom Scholz, the bands main song writer, five years to write and was every […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3odDbGtx9w Song: Constant Motion Artist: Dream Theater Album: Systematic Chaos Year: 2007 The first single off of Dream Theater’s ninth studio album was also their first music video since 1997. The video itself was their most played video since “Pull Me Under” in 1992 and is a great progressively metal song from one of the bands that […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAsV5-Hv-7U Song: American Pie Artist: Don McLean Album: American Pie Year: 1971 This is a classic for songs of the 70’s and Don McLean at his finest. The song itself is surrounded in mystery on just what the hell it is about. Don McLean has packed this song with references that span from Buddy Holly […]

  • – Title Screen (Spheres of Klapper Hall by Vito Acconci) – Fade out of title screen and fade into photo’s through cross fade – Photos of Vito Acconci with voice over of short bio on him – Walk by spheres talking about when they were placed and why they are there(art law) – James’ peer […]

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