Life’s tough out there for the USPS.
In a business article about the demand for ethically raised pigs, the Malaysian printers of the International edition of the New York Times blacked out the swines’ faces, noting that images of pigs are not allowed in the Muslim country.
“a playful film about control”
Made in 1957 by Polish director, Kristof Babaski.
During pursuit, falcons keep the image of their prey in the same place on their retina all the way through until the finishing move.
Directed by Dvein
“A bunch of animals hide in the darkness of the night, motivated by their very own instinct, not feeling menaced by anything or anyone. But a light disturbs their peaceful rest, they feel troubled when their land is invaded and everything becomes unexpected. The Sun rises, the animals leave, the sun light baths the land and we keep wandering around, not knowing where and when we are and nothing matters anymore.”
Owner: “He had just laid down in his spot to take a little nap, and he turned into a toboggan and slid 63 feet down the hill, hit a group of oak trees, which flung him around and upside down, and he was lodged.”