The Kingdom Of Ends (New Short Film)

The Kingdom Of Ends
A Tangential Ecology
Original Production.
Directed By SoraxTm
Soundtrack By Figment Topology
Photography By Maurice Arthur FitzGerald
Public Domain Audio From Alessandro Moreschi
recorded in 1904
Fair Use Audio Clips of
Rick Roderick
William Blake (Poem By)
Ernest Becker (form His Book The Denial Of Death)
Bill Wilson Et Al. From The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous
Tea Party Demonstration DSLR Video
Provided By Maurice Arthur FitzGerald
Title From Immanuel Kant
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The Kingdom Of Ends (New Short Film)

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Most of you Edumacated People Aren’t really that well read:Photographs of serious books

EdumacationFrom The Unencyclopedia “Obtaining an edumacationTo obtain an edumacation, one must first become a “student” by enrolling at a school. Various types of schools exist, such as nursery school, high school, and college. Choosing which type of school to enroll in, based on the current stage of your edumacation, can be difficult. It is often tempting to want to reduce the amount of time spent in having yourself edumacated by “skipping” nursery school and high school, and immediately enrolling in a prestigious university (such as Uncycloversity). However, if you are male, this may decrease your likelihood of obtaining sex during your edumacation. Since many of the female students at your university will be older than you, it is unlikely that they would find you physically attractive. However, if you are female, this should be nothing to worry about. For the self directed there are many channels to obtain tidbits of educmacation, they include; word of mouth, rap songs and folk music, internet forums, online video and role modeling. Some occurrences of channeled edumacation have been reported.”_MG_3102-HDR_MG_3116-HDR_MG_3115-HDR_MG_3114-HDR_MG_2869-HDR_MG_2872-HDR-HDR

Most of you Edumacated People Aren’t really that well read:Photographs of serious books

I’m On My Way……..Out

Nope i certainly don’t know what I’m doing. I tried out the “Non-linear” video editor Edius 5 and found that just like the Pinnacle Studio 14 Hd it proved to be much to frustrating and cryptic to deal with. Perhaps Sony Vegas has spoiled it for me but that program seems so intuitive. It’s just so easy to drag and drop music and sound, still and motion pictures all in a a program that doesn’t tax my system. Perhaps this is why most films really suck. It’s just to technical. I can’t imagine Proust or Kafka wasting their time setting type or making paper. I guess I have a theory about art that doesn’t stress technique. I mean it’s all technique in a way but the striving for technical polish destroys the creation. A good example is rock music. Technically great musicians don’t make compelling music they make impressive music. A Micheal Bay or a Tony Scott film may look nice but since the creator’s purpose is to impress it ends up just being a pointless exercise. Of course I’ve certainly seen the other side of it where some high concept “arteest” who has nothing to say just jumbles some crap together and gets a patron. I wonder how deep these artists actually are? How can people without any curiosity, raised on mass media actually say anything worth hearing. But that’s probably too harsh I mean I love a cartoon like the Family Guy because it seems honest somehow. In the end it’s vapid and pointless but at the same time it brings all the other mass media schtick into perspective. That’s why it’s so great but at the same time it is just pointing out how little compelling “entertainment” there is available. One more thing…We live In New Times… I can freely listen to all this highbrow stuff without succumbing to any rote paths. I can combine anything I want, I have all the capabilities at my fingertips to create a new cinema with the depth of great literature. This is the kind of thing that will never be done by large groups of people with “careers” in art. It will only come from those who somehow comfortably exist outside of these straitjackets. If your the kind of person who thinks that NPR or PBS is in anyway intelligent or interesting you just are not there yet. At some point I thought that too but it was a mistake and if you don’t get out soon you will find your self dying in a tiny little world which you could have transcended if only you had the courage , anger or depression to see what you were actually involved in. It’s all too much to talk about. I can feel this line of thought begin to fray. I’ve spent the last few years not looking at TV except for the Cartoons and since what’s on TV is their major subject I am beginning to lose the references. Personally I like to surround myself with philosophy lectures and audiobooks. Since these things can be obtained for free I just play them in the back round all day long. Hubert Dreyfus, Rick Roderick, Robert Solomon and Slavoj Žižek have hundreds and hundreds of hours of audio and video available that actually takes your head out of your ass. This kind of serious thought is much more fun to engage and there is absolutely none of it on the mass media. It’s strange just how many hours of crap is produced every year and there is not one show or documentary or drama with anything even approaching the kinds of viewpoints and Ideas that are talked about in all of these guys lectures. Of course listening to it is not something anyone who has a vested interest in the current culture could do without destroying their opinion of the life they have led, especially if they have a good job or some religious prejudice. However the vastness of the space opened up by them makes the current tiny little worlds most people live in seem like a complete waste. One quick example would be a person who has spent their life espousing fiscal responsibility and good honest hard work. The don’t make waves and they are really dedicated to their work. What happens to a person like that? Well in today’s culture they end up alone in a nursing home wondering what exactly it is they accomplished. Perhaps they were a banker who finally realizes that all the money they manipulated suddenly dissappeared before their eyes or maybe they are a minister who despite their best efforts was only able to pretend to believed in God all the while actually living in fear. Someone who spends their life working retail or food service don’t actually accomplish as much in their whole lives as a construction worker, nurses aid or garbage man does everyday. These phantom worlds are the province of the vast majority of people. Philosophy and actual art challenges a person to drop out of this society because it does not go anywhere and it never will. The mass Media is a huge consensual penal colony. Ok now I forgot what I was talking about. Oh yeah. I want to use Sony Vegas but I screwed up the installation and I need to reinstall my operating system before I can use it. I also need to figure out how to use the Quick-time .mov format in it since that’s what the canon 7d put’s out. I wait to get this tripod it’s made of aluminum and can hold 11 pounds!! I also have a flash coming and a 16 gig flash card but the most important thing is a wide angle lens which is really hard to come by with the APS-C sensored camera’s( i had to get a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS SLR Lens) unless your willing to spend quite a bit of money. Here is the last Film Short I made (before I got the 7D)

I’m On My Way……..Out

Heidegger, Heidegger, Heidegger

He just pops up all over
I’m currently listening to an interview of a Heidegger Scholar who teaches at Stanford.
I have the Prof. Hubert Dreyfus‘ undergraduate lectures on Heidegger ready on my Ipod.
I always need to go beyond where I am at.

I have finally found a large amount of audio of Intelligent people talking intelligently
I have finally completely removed myself from the degrading world of the common media
though I have yet to gather around me many other people who are of like mind.

Andrew Mitchell on the Philosophy of Martin Heidegger (10-18-05)

Heidegger, Heidegger, Heidegger