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2015/02/27 19:53
2015/02/27 19:53
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Birmingham's newest cinema opened in the Mailbox on Friday – and was declared a smash hit by film fans and industry veterans alike. Dharmesh Rajput, a lecturer in media production at Birmingham City...
2015/02/27 19:53
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2015/02/26 20:59
2015/02/26 20:59
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In less than a week’s time, from March 5 to 15, the East Bay International Jewish Film Festival will present its annual lineup of entertaining, provocative, informative and poignant films from Europe,...
2015/02/26 09:03
2015/02/26 09:03
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Michael Mahan on new project CU Denver student Michael Mahan is busy: he’s in the final semester of his sound engineering degree, he works for CU’s recording studio, and he’s putting together a brand...
2015/02/24 03:17
2015/02/24 03:17
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Win an Oscar, Sunday night, back to reality Monday morning Just ask Craig Mann. After winning an Oscar for sound mixing the film Whiplash with colleagues Ben Wilkins and Thomas Curley of Los...
2015/02/21 10:09
2015/02/21 10:09
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This Spanish crime drama had a sticky start at the festival courtesy of a technical hitch on Thursday night which led to the cancellation of the first screening. A through the night effort by the...
2015/02/18 22:48
2015/02/18 22:48
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For the moment, jazz fans have been relegated to wrangling over a psychological mentor-protégé slugfest set in a fictional New York City jazz conservatory (Whiplash). But with a film about the life of...
2015/02/17 05:38
2015/02/17 05:38
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Soon the only way you’ll be able to see a drive-in movie might be through the movies that once played on their screens. Since the drive-ins’ golden years in the 1950s, theaters in North Carolina have...
2015/02/16 00:16
2015/02/16 00:16
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IT WAS during my work experience at the Wanganui Chronicle that I was first asked to explore the erotic fiction of E.L. James and write a small article about it. I set about my task, ringing round...
2015/02/15 23:28
2015/02/15 23:28
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From reels to decksMonday, 16 February 2015, 12:16 pmPress Release: Regent Theatre From reels to decksDunedin, Monday 16 February - During the Regent’s Anything But Books Sale, Projectionist and...
2015/02/13 18:09
2015/02/13 18:09
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We waited and waited and ... nothing. It was 10.25 and the programme had not started. I had been expecting a storm of glossy perfume and car ads, to prep us for the steamy scenes ahead. Suddenly, a...
2015/02/13 05:41
2015/02/13 05:41
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Liverpool is set to celebrate One Magnificent City, revealed today, runs for seven weeks this summer, from the arrival of Cunard’s Three Queens in May to the departure of the Queen Mary 2 on a...
2015/02/12 21:21
2015/02/12 21:21
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Southern Poverty Law Center apologizes to black Republican Ben Carson for putting him on 'extremist' list with Nazis and KKK leaders because he opposes gay marriage SPLC started as a civil rights...
2015/02/10 22:16
2015/02/10 22:16
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With the launched 100-day Program of the Government of Sri Lanka, it has been suggested to look at the reforms required in the local film industry with the view to address its immediate concerns with...
2015/02/10 15:07
2015/02/10 15:07
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Officially, they were the 332nd Fighter Group. Today, the world knows them as The Tuskegee Airmen — a group of African-American combat pilots who fought with distinction in World War II. They flew...
2015/02/08 01:09
2015/02/08 01:09
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Glasgow was once known as "cinema city", with more picture houses per head of population than anywhere outside America during the 1930s. Angela Fussell, Cinema City project manager, said the...
2015/02/07 04:08
2015/02/07 04:08
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Re: Raey the ‘last bastion’ of cinema operators, Feb 5 story. That photo of your father was one of her prize possesions. When I worked for Raey I assumed it was her late husband, Ernie, and I asked...
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2015/02/07 00:15
2015/02/07 00:15
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LAUNCESTON: Chloe Lambert, 16, of Launceston, prepares to take the plunge into the North Esk River at St Leonards. Picture SCOTT GELSTON BALLARAT: A poodle parade will be part of the Ballarat Beat...
2015/02/06 10:09
2015/02/06 10:09
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SHREWSBURY � Growing up in Sturbridge, Bob Heske said he quickly realized he was no Tom Brady or Larry Bird. Although he liked sports, his true talent was his very active imagination. As a young...
2015/02/05 06:07
2015/02/05 06:07
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When the Bullock Texas State History Museum announced last month that they were temporarily closing their IMAX theatre to switch to digital projectors, it didn't come as much of a surprise. Back in...
2015/02/04 04:08
2015/02/04 04:08
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RAEY Wheeler kept filmgoing alive in Gisborne through its darkest days, but yesterday she, herself, succumbed to continued ill health. She died in Gisborne Hospital after her latest setback, which...
2015/02/27 19:53
2015/02/27 19:53
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