Salvador Dalí’s long lost collaboration with Walt Disney will take your breath away.
The film tells the story of Chronos, the personification of time and the inability to realize his desire to love for a mortal. The scenes blend a series of surreal paintings of Dali with dancing and metamorphosis. The target production began in 1945, 58 years before its completion and was a collaboration between Walt Disney and the Spanish surrealist painter, Salvador Dalí. Salvador Dali and Walt Disney Destiny was produced by Dali and John Hench for 8 months between 1945 and 1946. Dali, at the time, Hench described as a “ghostly figure” who knew better than Dali or the secrets of the Disney film. For some time, the project remained a secret. The work of painter Salvador Dali was to prepare a six-minute sequence combining animation with live dancers and special effects for a movie in the same format of “Fantasia.” Dali in the studio working on The Disney characters are fighting against time, the giant sundial that emerges from the great stone face of Jupiter and that determines the fate of all human novels. Dalí and Hench were creating a new animation technique, the cinematic equivalent of “paranoid critique” of Dali. Method inspired by the work of Freud on the subconscious and the inclusion of hidden and double images.
Dalí said: “Entertainment highlights the art, its possibilities are endless.” The plot of the film was described by. Dalí as “A magical display of the problem of life in the labyrinth of time.”
Walt Disney said it was “A simple story about a young girl in search of true love.”
Suff Daddy & the Lunchbirds (live):
Nov 16 Disitllery @ Leipzig
Nov 17 Kleiner Donner @ Hamburg
Nov 18 Skaters Palace Cafe @ Münster
Nov 19 Yuca @ Köln
Nov 22 B72 @ Wien-A
Nov 23 Milla @ München
Nov 24 Schräglage @ Stuttgart
Nov 25 Privat Club @ Berlin
After over 3 year of research, determination and hard work, Matt Macduff managed to find everything he needed to make his project happen.
On saturday March 19th, Matt sustained a terrible fall attempting to make his way around the Loop Of Doom.
Built in a month at the Garden Route Trail Park in South Africa, the gigantic structure rises up to 40 ft. in the sky. The crash left him with 10 fractures in his right wrist and 3 fractures in his right ankle. The story behind his stunt is as impactful as the structure itself. A real story of determination. After spending a week in a South African hospital, Matt is now home in Ontario, working on his rehabilitation. Just as he started to walk again, we catched up with him to get his version of this incredible story.
Sydney’s first ever Red Bull Music Academy Weekender is taking over the city from 8th – 11th September. This looks like it’s going to be massive, so book your flights now if you don’t already reside in Sydney.
Check out Lord Finesse and Large Professor with DJ Boogie Blind at Union Heights before their Melbourne show this Friday 15th April.
“Lord Finesse and Large Professor are two artists that have earned their stripes working with some of the best in the game since the late 80s into the 90s and today. Their individual discographies are filled with musical accomplishments, gaining them worldwide recognition for their contribution to hip hop be it as an MC, producer or DJ.”