Here is Sunday’s selection of interesting articles and stories I’ve come across throughout the past week:
First up, Sophie Goldstein on Crafting House of Women, an Art Nouveau Sci-Fi Exploration. (A thought-provoking interview with a creator that’s bringing a new spin to science fiction and comics. Goldstein talks about her creative process, inspirations, and how she develops such thematically-driven content.)
On the topic of sci-fi, the Trailer for Neill Blomkamp’s Latest Short ‘Lima’ Promises Grizzled Sci-Fi Action.
James Franco calls Hollywood a boy’s club, reveals plan to tackle its inherent sexism. Count me in as someone who’s also tired of seeing so many films with the same old white, male protagonist.
Using classical paintings and textual sources, Res Obscura takes a look at what 17th-century food tasted like and how it influenced what we eat now.
Finally, take a look at how the epic Game of Thrones soundscapes are created with one of the show’s sound mixers, Daniel Crowley.