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Films a sequence of pictures made to vary in size rapidly while remaining in focus
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Interestingly enough, though, Jeremy Sams' stage adaptation of Ian Fleming's text is a phantasmagorical road trip back to nostalgia.
Instead of a living, breathing California-full of living, breathing people-these poems want the "he of the / phantasmagorical real" ("hypnagogia logia").
"We're not going to build any more coal plants; that's not going to happen," Chris Beam, head of Appalachian Power, West Virginia's largest utility, bluntly told the state in April, despite President Donald Trump's phantasmagorical campaign promise to resurrect lost jobs for coal miners.
Langis will be confronted by the uproar of her own contradictions as her moves display a sharp reflection of a society that is often lost between a phantasmagorical representation of oneself and reality.
A wall - phantasmagorical or not - would keep out the "bad people" Mexico was "sending us." As it happened, of all the people around Trump, Bannon most matched these views.
Calgary, Canada, July 29, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The submission period for Fantastic Trains: An anthology of Phantasmagorical Engines and Rail Riders officially opens, July 27, 2017.
Depp continues to ply his comic schtick with wide-eyed gusto and Spanish actor Javier Bardem, who collected an Oscar for his chilling turn in No Country For Old Men, is a lip-smacking phantasmagorical villain from the watery underworld.
Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow continues to ply his comic schtick with wide-eyed gusto and Spanish actor Javier Bardem is a lip-smacking phantasmagorical villain from the watery underworld.
The idea may sound phantasmagorical, but that's the point.
Chagall's phantasmagorical world was rooted in the Russia he left, but never ceased to paint.
Thus, hallucination, ghostly apparitions, delirium and a phantasmagorical corpus of ideas and images become expressionistic trademarks.
It's those lyrics--those dense, at times phantasmagorical, frequently haunting, touching words he's been writing for more than 50 years.