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Epic Tea-Time with Alan

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Published on Jul 19, 2011

The film of Alan Rickman is from the project, Portraits in Dramatic Time by David Michalek.
www.davidmichalek.net
See the ORIGINAL video at: http://www.davidmichalek.net/portrait... (music optional!)


This was one of the first things I edited on WMM, nearly a year ago, so the quality isn't that great but I enjoyed it. No copyright infringment intended, I only made it for fun and thought I'd share it with other Alan Rickman fans. But nothing compares to the original. :)
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XD Yes, I decided to have some more fun with this video to cheer myself up! I think it captures the Epicness-by-nature that IS Alan Rickman :) ENJOY.

(From Blog 'Dancing Perfectly Free'): "...Lincoln Center to see photographer David Michalek's newest project, Portraits in Dramatic Time. For Portraits, which is projected onto a massive screen on the fa├žade of the David H. Koch Theater, Michalek photographed actors at 3,000 frames per second, in ultra high definition. Five to twelve seconds of movement have been slowed down to last about eight minutes.

Alan Rickman was one of the actors featured in the project, and he happened to stroll up to Lincoln Center shortly before he appeared on the projector. I can only imagine how strange it must be to watch yourself on a screen at such a slow speed, but his range and power were fantastic. Concern, pensiveness, anger, and rage all came through in his performance, which included picking up a tea cup, throwing it, and then overturning a large table. It's wonderful to witness nuance in a skilled actor's performance, but Michalek's project takes nuance to another level.

The project is on display at Lincoln Center every night from 8:45 to 11:45 PM through July 31st."

If you are in NYC and are lucky maybe you will see him!!!

Music: I Still Have a Soul, Epic Score

I own nothing but editing; this is for entertainment only.

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