To make matters worse, the mannequin's head had a massive cardboard box stuck on it, in tribute to my nickname as 'Boxhead
This year's line-up was incredibly diverse, ranging from a spotlight on South American animation, to a retrospective of the Quickdraw Animation Society, to the world premiere of Melbourne export filmmaker Elliot Cowan's new film, The Stressful Adventures of Boxhead
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-November 29, 2013-MEDL Mobile teams up with Sean Cooper to create Boxhead 3D
(OTC: MEDL) said it has teamed up again with Sean Cooper to create Boxhead 3D, a newly imagined version of the team's popular Boxhead: The Zombie Wars.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 29, 2013-MEDL Mobile teams up with Sean Cooper to create Boxhead
The third entry horizontally in the boxhead
of the table reads "b" and it should read "[log.sub.e](b)." Likewise, "SE(b)" should read "SE [loge(b)]."
Also, small tables, containing the same information in the stub or boxhead
, can be combined into fewer tables to eliminate redundancy.
In Mark Christensen's "Boxhead
Revolution," the first impression of a completely hallucinatory experience gives way to a more familiar--though persistently cockeyed--version of that old sci-fi standby of the rebel vs.
A lot of my art has a slightly dark atmosphere to it, but I also try to infuse it with a little humour, such as the Boxhead
series of paintings that I made for my final exhibition in UWIC.
FILM REVIEW INDEX Boxhead
Revolution 26 Carol's Journey 27 Chaos and Desire 26 City by the Sea 25 Claude Jutra, An Unfinished Story 28 * Corpus Callosum 26 The Demolition Man 29 Detained 31 FeardotCom 25 Heartlands 30 I'm the Father 27 The Last Great Wilderness 30 The Nature of Nicholas 29 Once Upon an Angel 27 A Tree Without Roots 28 Various Positions 28 Volcano High 30
Camera (colin, digital video), Steve Schlueter; editors, Hyams, Jordan Mokriski; music, Boxhead
Ensemble; sound, Neil Fazzary; associate producers, Mike Masone, Josh Fagin, Frederico Lapenda.
More In his book Down Under, Bill Bryson collected terms former PM Paul Keating used to describe his opponents: "Scumbags, criminal garbage, sleazebags, stupid foul-mouthed grubs, p**sants, mangy maggots, perfumed gigolos, gutless spivs, boxheads
, immoral cheats, and stunned mullets."