the most beautiful man in the world (x)
Video: Mads Mikkelsen at ‘The Salvation’ Premiere http://mads-mikkelsen.net/2014/08/27/video-mads-mikkelsen-at-the-salvation-premiere/
Electric Fields Made Visible
Physics educator James Lincoln helps people understand the natural world. The gifs above are from a Youtube video he made on how to “see” an electric field, the region around a charged object where electric force is experienced. When the object is positively charged, electric field lines extend radially outward from the object. When the object is negatively charged, the lines extend radially inward.
Click the gifs for more info or see the full video below.
On the last day of the Berlinale, Mads Mikkelsen was the star of the red carpet.Mr. Mikkelsen was not in a rush and posed for every camera and signed every paper and photo that was placed before him! He was the poster boy for “How a Movie-Star should interact with Fans on the red carpet” He was aware that he had used a fans permanent marker (for signing autographs) and returned it to the rightful owner. He is one class act from Denmark! [x]
Mads Mikkelsen photographed by David Slade
Because I’m about to post some of my favorite Mads Mikkelsen pics.
See, the thing about Mads Mikkelsen is that he is ridiculously HOT, but he is also a weirdo Danish dad beer drinker idiot, which either nicely mitigates the hot factor or increases it exponentially, depending on how you feel about…
Such a peaceful pic
Side note: the size of some of these pics on this site are almost life size— I swear O_o
who for no conceivable reason suddenly have a dance off in the middle of the film
love both actors, but why villains, they’re too good to play the same roles over and over again!
if u wanna see some cute svend shenanigans, go watch this :3
Making of The Green Butchers
Jensen never knew what to do with the fact that Mads Mikkelsen is beautiful, nevertheless his films are usually good.
Jacques Tati’s 16-minute short film from 1947, L’École des Facteurs, or The School for Postmen, is exclusively available on the Guardian Film website — watch it to see why the French director ranks up with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton as one of the world’s great filmmakers. Containing many of the same jokes and gags as Tati’s debut feature Jour de Fête (which was released two years later) it features Tati as a lugubrious mailman undergoing training to improve the efficiency of the French postal service. The School for Postmen distils Tati’s genius in embryonic form, and is available as part of The Essential Jacques Tati Collection on Blu-ray.
We’re absolutely delighted that Criterion will be releasing a restoration of this (as well as of Tati’s other short films) as part of their upcoming Complete Jacques Tati boxset. Thanks to John Maclean for the heads up.
Excerpts from the documentary Once Upon a Time… Mon Oncle. Jacques Tati explains his methods of filmmaking, with reference here to his parody of modernism in the 1958 film Mon Oncle. David Lynch remarks on the significance of sound effects in Tati’s films.
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