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  • AAIFF 2015
    AAIFF announces free community events
    The Asian American International Film Festivalhas announced its returning to Queens for five days of free community events from July 28 to August 1.In an effort to continue presenting the best in Asian and Asian American cinema to a broader...
  • Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine
    Northwest Film Forum announces its Fall lineup and Local Sightings highlights
    This just in from Northwest Film Forum! Mark your calendar for what looks to be an excellently cinematic Fall. The 18th annual Local Sightings Film Festival looks to be particularly strong.---SEPTEMBER 2015Sept 4-10STEVE JOBS: THE MAN IN THE...
  • Dissenting Views II political essays on American culture
    Dissenting Views II political essays on American culture
    Dissenting Views II by Joseph E. Green is the second volume of his collected essays on politics and American culture. These thoughtful discussions of history, arts and culture will introduce you to historic figures and events that might not be...
  • Julie Christie
    Remembering 1960s Cinema
    The 1960s is one of the most creative periods in the still-short history of cinema. It was a time of sexual liberation, devoid of taboos, where fimmakers dared deconstructing genres and transgressing the rules. In other words, they were behaving...
  • Rose Theater in Port Townsend
    Boston’s Alloy Orchestra to play live accompaniment to "Son of the Sheik"
    Called “The best in the world at accompanying silent films” by Roger Ebert, the three-man Alloy Orchestra will be visiting the Pacific Northwest to play a very special event at Port Townsend’s historic Rose Theatre. On screen...
  • San Francisco International Film Festival lights up the City
    San Francisco International Film Festival lights up the City
    The 58th San Francisco International Film Festival has just opened - and, until May 7, film enthusiasts can look forward to a feast of live events, filmmaker guest appearances, awards ceremonies, as well as screenings of films, narrative features,...
  • Sweet Lorraine, DVD Review.
    'Sweet Lorraine' DVD Review
    Lorraine Beebie (Tatum O'Neal) is a New Jersey housewife who has a wonderful life. She is married to a Methodist minister. You could almost say she is blessed. Her husband is running for mayor and Lorraine really wants him to win. She is...
  • Live cinema screening of the Bolshoi Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’
    Live cinema screening of the Bolshoi Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’
    There are probably as many different interpretations of The Nutcracker as there are ballet companies performing it every Christmas, but few of us get the opportunity to appreciate just how versatile this remarkable work is and how much scope it...
  • Library Of Congress To Preserve 25 Films
    Library Of Congress To Preserve 25 Films
    The Library of Congress announced Wednesday that 25 films would be inducted into the National Film Registry. This allows the films to be put into long term preservation. The 25 films are:1. Lime Kiln Club Field Day (1913)2. Shoes (1916)3. Unmasked...
  • Ark Lodge Cinemas
    Give the gift of stability with a gift card to Columbia City's Ark Lodge Cinema
    The Ark Lodge Cinemas in Seattle's Columbia City neighborhood has a suggestion for your holiday giving that will benefit not just the recipient, but the cinema as well. The independently owned theater is hoping people will buy gift cards to...
  • 'The Theory Of Everything' and 'Sequence' premiere in Mississippi
    'The Theory Of Everything' and 'Sequence' premiere in Mississippi
    The Mississippi Film Office has announced the following events for Nov. 26, Dec. 4 and Dec. 8, 2014."The Theory Of Everything" will be shown in a special event screening on Nov. 26, 2014 at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Cinemark, located at...
  • The Wolfe
    “Wolfie, Wolfie, Wolfie!”: The “Ultra-Cinema” of “The Wolf of Wall Street”
    When you think of “film,” as a serious study, you invariably, inevitably, think of “Citizen Kane” by Orson Welles, any Hitchcock film, The Wolf of Wall Street is the most “cinematic” of films to have ever been...
  • Earth To Echo
    'Earth To Echo' really is for the kid in all of us
    You don't always know when something is going to come around and truly charm you, especially during a big holiday movie weekend. "Earth To Echo" is an under the radar children's adventure that captures some of the magic of the...
  • "A Hard Day's Night" music mystery
    Beatles' 'A Hard Day's Night' song mystery may be solved, thanks to radio show
    A five-second music clip that everyone who has ever seen the Beatles film "A Hard Day's Night" has heard but that has never been officially attributed to the Beatles was played in its longer, full version for the first time June 22...
  • marypickford
    Today in Performing Arts History: Mary Pickford's Film Debut, June 7, 1909
    On June 7, 1909, Mary Pickford made her screen debut in The Violin Maker of Cremona. She had previously appeared in minor, unnamed roles in two films the month before. She was 16 years old.She was born Gladys Louise Smith on April 8, 1892 in...
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