Baz Luhrmann Catalogue and Commentary ======================== The following items have been collected in aid of my research: 1. jjj 'Strictly Ballroom' directed by Baz Luhrmann 1992 2. jjj 'Romeo & Juliet' directed by Baz Luhrmann 1997 3. jjj 'Moulin Rouge' directed by Baz Luhrmann 2001 4. jjj 'Making it' feature - the making of Moulin Rouge 5. j Imdb - website - cast and crew lists/ user reviews 6. jj Baz Luhrmann interview on Moulin Rouge http://www.romanticmovies
satire called "Macbird!" In "Hamlet" it is said that the reason for theatre performance is to “hold the mirror up to nature.” To most, this is exactly what Shakespeare has done with the lasting impressions left by his works from their first productions to the latest versions. While Shakespeare’s influence is undeniable, many factors still question his genius and intellect as a legitimate author that still fascinates literary enthusiasts today.
The History of Animation Persistence of vision was discovered in the early 1800's. Our eye and brain retain a visual impression for about 1/30th of a second. Persistence of vision prevents us from noticing that a motion picture screen is dark about half the time, and that a television image is just one bright, fast, discrete dot sweeping the screen. Motion pictures show one new frame (still picture of the movie clip) every 1/24th of a second and the same frame is shown three times during this