Clear all search history
Law & Crime
Disasters & Accidents
War & Conflict
Hospitality & Recreation
Projectionist articles over last 30 days
articles last 30 days
articles per day
Mentioned in this news
Newspaper classified ads are no secrets
Forget about the comics page, the sports page, the editorial page and long, boring stories from columnists like me. When I pick up the paper, the first thing I read is our classified ads. Why?...
Read more at The San Angelo Standard-Times
Nana Mouskouri says goodbye
ONE of the top selling female vocalists of all time, legendary Greek superstar Nana Mouskouri will return to Australia next year for a series of farewell concerts. The iconic figure with the...
Read more at Northern Star
Electric Cinema owner shoots new thriller in Birm...
HE’S the poacher turned gamekeeper. Or rather the cinema owner turned film director. Tom Lawes, who converted the near derelict Electric Cinema (bulit in 1909) into Birmingham’s best-loved picture...
Read more at birminghammail
A Theater of Moxie and Renown
... Sheila Siragusa, striding onto the stage from the empty auditorium. “Every molecule of you says, ‘I cannot wait to get out of this room and back to the theater.’” She’s speaking to Susan...
Read more at The Valley Advocate
A Life in Pictures · Meanjin · Literacy in Austra...
It began with my dad’s old 8mm projector. When I was ten my father would let me play
for the movie nights my parents put on at our house. I was hooked right from the start. The projector...
Read more at Spike the Meanjin Blog
How a little plump girl became the legend that is...
Against the odds she made heavy black-rimmed spectacles sexy and captivated audiences without exposing a hint of thigh or cleavage. Instead, the once plump little Greek girl relied on “the most...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
O'Brien resigns from Sterling Theater
Mayor Skip Lee said O'Brien informed city officials on Thursday that he was leaving the theater to pursue an opportunity to expand his O'Brien News Service business. "He has an opportunity to open...
Read more at SaukValley.com
Paul Daniels: 'I wasn't even a millionaire when I...
What was your very first job? My very first job aged nine was showing movies in my father’s cinema. Dad was a
and later became a cinema boss. I worked for nothing but I loved it. In...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
Rene Anthony Marcoe
Rene was born Sept. 18, 1937, in Escanaba, the son of Noah Sr. and Evelyn (LeDuc) Marcoe. On Aug. 31, 1957, he was united in marriage to the former Joanne Roberts at the St. Patrick Catholic Church in...
Read more at The Escanaba Daily Press
Michael Cordell's 'un-reel' journey to preserve A...
On the road: The 'un-reel' journey to preserve the cultural 'relics' of Australia's film history Behind the wheel of his caravan, emblazoned with slogans like "Nitrate Won't Wait", Michael Cordell...
Read more at Australian Broadcasting Corporation
the Melbourne Cup
Why Don’t People Read Plays for Fun Anymore?
... gets weird.” This stage direction, on Page 32 of the newly published script of Annie Baker’s Pulitzer Prize–winning play The Flick, reminded me in an instant why I love reading plays, why I’ll...
Read more at Slate
'It's just a miracle': nearly 90-year-old World S...
... World Series ... the winning run is driven in before the players and fans storm the ground. Photo: The Library of Congress Newsreel footage of Game 7 of the 1924 World Series was found in July...
Read more at
+ 8 more articles
Library of Congress
the 1924 World Series
San Francisco Giants
HOLLYWOOD SALARIES REVEALED: From Actors And Agen...
FILM STARHow bad is the decline in actor salaries over the past decade? Despite the huge sums still being raked in by such superstars as Robert Downey Jr. (his $75 million comes from his 7 percent,...
Read more at Business Insider
David Fincher: six thoughts on the demanding dire...
David Fincher doesn't like most comedies because he doesn't "like characters who try to win me over. I don't like being ingratiated. I don't like obsequiousness." Fincher has no interest in making a...
Read more at OregonLive.com
Solider cinema operative offers footage of recrea...
AN ARMY veteran has revealed how he unearthed footage of those who survived one of the Second World War's bloodiest battles. Thomas Sellars was a
with the Army Kinema Service when he...
Read more at Northern Echo
Silver screen lights back up at Petit Palais cine...
By Dimitris Rigopoulos Is it possible that the announcement of a movie theater�s reopening can lift the morale of an entire neighborhood? As things stand in many urban neighborhoods around Greece,...
Read more at Kathimerini
X-Files gave the best response ever to a little g...
Do you ever actually expect to receive a reply to a message in a bottle? Seriously, what are the odds? For Heidi Grace Bleakley, probability went out of the window as she received a reply from the...
Read more at metro
The X Files
When war broke out, they didn't wait to volunteer
... EXTRA” screamed the headline that filled a third of the front page of the Dawson City newspaper on Aug. 1, 1914. In a theater, the Dawson Amateur Athletic Association was presenting a set of...
Read more at Juneau Empire
Latest from Twitter
Parts of this website powered by Open Calais, a toolkit for rich semantic metadata extraction.
Interceder is a topic search engine aggregating the latest news on any topic into a single window of information. This page has been automatically generated. To contact Interceder
Your privacy is important. Interceder does not collect and keep any personal information about visitors to the site. Interceder may use third-party advertising companies to serve ads. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements on this website, other websites, and other forms of media about goods and services of interest to you.