Well it’s been a long time coming but we can finally announce an officially licensed range of MOON gear from our friends over at Dark Bunny Tees.
Available now over on the Dark Bunny Tees online store you can get yourself kitted out with their MOON inspired range including ‘Wake Me Up When It’s Quitting’ time T-Shirt based on the one worn by Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) in the film. You may recall this one from 2014 when it was first released in a ltd and very successful run.
The ‘Wake Me When It’s Quitting Time’ t-shirt is back (vacuum packed of course) and is no longer the one and only MOON inspired item in the Dark Bunny Tees range as it is joined by some tippety-top new items including
All can be bought separately or as a discounted bundle. Look out for an exclusive surprise free gift with your order too! 🙂
All of us here at ManMadeMovies are chuffed to bits to see them finally released, as is Alex over at Dark Bunny Tees…
“We are very excited to release our new Moon inspired range, including our Official Sarang Table Tennis design. We are honoured and very grateful to have had Duncan’s blessing and support with this and we do hope this is the first of many collaborations…”
To celebrate the occasion Dark Bunny Tees have very generously agreed to supply one of their fantastic MOON bundles to one of you in a competition styley*. So, to be in with a chance of winning drop me an email with the answer to the following question.
What year were Dark Bunny Tees established? (*cough*)
subject line: DBT – MOON Competition
We’ll draw the winner at random at 20:00 GMT on Friday 13th May. Good luck!
*Prize will be provided by Dark Bunny Tees to your size requirements. Competition open to anyone on planet Earth (Sorry, GERTY).
Anyone near London on Monday 15th February may like to pop along to a screening of Duncan Jones’ MOON from Science Fiction Theatre.
Starting at 20:00 at The Victoria, MOON will be preceded by a talk from Dr Tony Milligan, teaching fellow in ethics and philosophy of religion at Kings College London, who will explore the morality, ethics and justification for mining the Moon.
Where: The Victoria, 451 Queensbridge Road, E8 3AS
When: Monday 15th February @ 20:00
Tickets: £3.50 in advance, £5.00 on the door
Follow Sci-Fi Theatre on Twitter, full details over on their web site. Have fun! 🙂
*MOON image by Mehmet Ulusahin
If you’re in the Winchester area on Thursday 22nd October you might want to pop along to a screening of MOON at the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium along with a post screening Q&A with MOON Art Director Hideki Arichi.
Screening starts at 19:00, Q&A with Hideki straight after at 20:40.
Hideki is a multi talented chap who also worked on MOON writer / director Duncan Jones’ short film WHISTLE as well as other films such as Edge of Tomorrow, Robin Hood and Batman Begins. Hideki has also been known to pop up in front of the camera on TV & Film (24, 47 Ronin), check out his IMDb profile for more info, or ask him about it all on the night!
As well as a his career in film Hideki is also a talented artist specialising in print making, you can view his work over on his portfolio site here.
Full screening and ticket details available over on the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium site.
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Akber Ahmed popped up on Twitter earlier today to draw attention to a set of “New Age Psychedelia” style film posters he’s just released featuring Duncan Jones’ MOON, so we thought you’d enjoy a look at what Duncan Jones himself described as “Beautiful work!”
Here’s the project description from Akber over on his site where you can view his versions of posters for DRIVE and NIGHTCRAWLER too:-
“Every few years a film is released that is generation defining. It stands as a testament to the times it was made in as well as the mindset of the masses. The best of these carry a universal message that holds true even decades after the film is released.”
“This series revolves around the modern cinematic masterpieces of this generation. Although we may be bombarded with blockbuster films all year round, a true cinephile can spot the diamonds in the rough. While perhaps not the greatest commercial successes, these films are groundbreaking and their cult status has been cemented. These films have also served as vehicles for some of the finest actors of our time.”
“The films have been done in the psychedelic poster style made famous by the 1960’s love generation. As this is a modern take on the style, the term I use for this is New Age Psychedelia, not to be confused with the music genre Neo-Psychedelia.”
Talking about MOON specifically Akber said:-
“Why did I choose Moon? Well the answer is quite simple. The film reinvented the sci-fi genre and Sam Rockwell’s career-defining performance as Sam Bell really made us feel the isolation one would feel 250,000 miles from home.”
“In my opinion, the real secret ingredient is Duncan Jones.”
Thanks to Akber for creating such a great poster and allowing is to share.
Pop over to his site now to view more detail on MOON and the rest of Akber’s work: akberahmed.com
MOON is proving a popular subject for the Young Guns Invitational show at the Hero Complex Gallery tonight in Los Angeles, USA. We featured The Dark Inker’s take earlier in the week under his chosen theme of ‘Brits’ and tonight we have this wonderful interpretation from Moscati under his chosen theme “Isolation”.
Moscati’s MOON is a 24×18 screen print 1 colour metallic silver ink and is joined in the “Isolation” theme by posters for ‘The Thing’ and ‘Alien’.
If you want to see these up close in person the show starts (in less than 30 minutes) at 19:00 tonight until 22:00 with very ltd prints of all posters in the show available from Hero Complex Gallery from tomorrow.
Hero Complex Gallery
2020 South Robertson Blvd.
Here’s a rather smart addition to the alternative MOON posters collection for ya by The Dark Inker (AKA Stephen Sampson). Created for the YOUNG GUNS INVITATIONAL art show in LA later this month, this is one of three by Stephen as part of his theme “THE BRITS”. MOON is a five colour screen print with one metallic ink, beautiful work!
Over to The Dark Inker himself…
“Each artist was asked to submit three or more prints under a chosen theme. My theme is titled “THE BRITS” with three prints inspired by British movies.
The first on my list is MOON, love the film, so inspiring and just had to do this as one of my three.”
If you want to see what else The Dark Inker has included in “THE BRITS” theme get along to YOUNG GUNS INVITATIONAL featuring Emerging & Rising Artists on Friday Jan 30th 7 – 10pm at:-
Hero Complex Gallery
2020 South Robertson Blvd.
Many of you will be aware of Rodene’s cancer diagnoses in 2011 and her subsequent fight to become free of this disease that affects so many of us and those we love. Having bravely battled the foul beast over the last few years Rodene continues to campaign for awareness of early diagnoses through encouraging all to “Touch Up Your Loved Ones”, if it weren’t for Duncan doing just that they may never have discovered Rodene needed to get checked ASAP in the first place. Continue reading Signed MOON Poster Auction for Rodene Jones’ Tower Cancer Foundation Chartity
Over 200 locations across the UK will be presenting over 1000 screenings of classic Sci-Fi films and television programmes from October to December as part of the BFI’s celebration Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder
As part of the celebration our friends over at Hope Lies have created three very different strands of programming for independent arts centre QUAD in Derby, and they have selected MOON!
“We recently revealed that we’d been commissioned to curate a strand of programming for the British Film Institute’s Days Of Fear And Wonder, their ambitious science-fiction oriented programme that dominates much of the final quarter of 2014. Today we announce our full plans.
Our programme is for the Quad in Derby, an independent cinema complex. Over the course of three months we will be screening three strands of Science-Fiction films, with each strand focussing on something different.”
MOON features in the first strand, European Invasion!, along with Jean-Luc Godard’s Alphaville and Elio Petri’s The 10th Victim.
MOON screens on Tuesday, 14th October at 18:30, tickets available now from QUAD.
Further details over on Hope Lies
MOON poster featured above was the Norwegian theatrical release poster by Haakon Hoseth.