Photographic film

New Corky Lee Movie Debuts at DOC NYC – AsAmNews

By Randall Yip, Editor of AsAmNews When Jennifer Takaki first moved to New York in 2002, she couldn’t help but notice this “quirky” Chinese-American man with a camera in his hand, palms wrapped around his lens and his eyes with silver glasses zoomed in on his photo subjects. It was …

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Sedona Film Fest presents the premiere of “Portrait of the Queen” from November 30 to December 30. 8

Sedona News – The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to join theaters nationwide for the premiere of “Portrait of the Queen” November 30-December 30. 8 at the Mary D. Fisher and Alice Gill-Sheldon Theaters. “Portrait of the Queen” offers an original portrayal of the Queen’s story from a whole …

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Red Sea International Film Festival Announces Virtual Reality Contest

The virtual reality program will be presented at the Ritz Carlton hotel from December 2 to 8, 2022. The Red Sea International Film Festival has announced the program for its virtual reality competition, celebrating immersive art and entertainment. The program will feature 10 virtual reality productions representing the best of …

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The revival of 35mm film is one thing, but what I really want are new film cameras

The vinyl revival isn’t so much a revival as a triumphant return, so what’s going on with photographic film? My local town now has a record store just like the good old days and, according to its owner, it’s the proverbial license to print money. In fact, he actually has …

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Overview of the Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2022

(Image: Aesthetica Short Film Festival) This year’s Aesthetica Short Film Festival took place in York from November 1-6 and continues online until November 30. As usual, it was great to attend the festival and catch up with all the big events and things happening in the city during the first …

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SCAD FASH Fashion Museum + Film Presents “Madame Grès: The Art of Draping”

Lud modeling an Alix dress for VogueCourtesy of Horst P. Horst Estate and The Ar… SCAD FASH Fashion Museum + Film Presents Madame Grès: the art of draping ATLANTA, GA – The Savannah College of Art and Design is proud to launch the exhibition The art of draping at the …

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Why Adding “Film Grain” to Digital Photos Is More Complicated Than You Think

For months, I’ve been obsessed with imitating the look of film with my digital photos. It all started when I explored the 65×24 widescreen aspect ratio and other wide aspect ratios, trying to figure out what makes a photo cinematic. As part of this trip, I also started researching grain, …

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From Harry Potter to Normal People, these are Ireland’s most breathtaking film and TV locations

These days, a walk along Ireland’s verdant coastline can bring a sudden sense of deja vu, coupled with the feeling that you’ve just walked through a magical landscape. It’s not just that the Emerald Isle has some of Europe’s most breathtaking natural wonders. Over the years, Ireland – along with …

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‘Good Night Oppy’ is an uplifting and engaging film

Looking for a few hours escape from the woes of the world, I attended a screening of the movie “Good Night Oppy”. Performing at FAU’s Living Room Theaters in Boca Raton, I found the documentary uplifting and engaging. Directed by Ryan White, the film takes viewers behind the scenes of …

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Roundup of events includes a horror movie convention at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center

The following events are planned for the coming week across the region: • Monster-Mania Con returns to the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks Friday through Sunday, bringing together the biggest names in horror movies. Robert Englund, better known as Freddy Krueger in the ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ movies, …

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us among the stones | Movie Threat

We among the stonesDR Hood’s directorial sequel to 2011 Demolishers, is an eloquent family drama where the past comes back to stir a family. On a Dartmoor farm, generations have lived in this humble abode. Sadly, it looks like Marianne (Anna Calder-Marshall), the family matriarch, is on her deathbed. Marianne …

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Andres Serrano says the theater canceled his film for being ‘pro-Trump’ – ARTnews.com

A theater to host the artist’s UK premiere Andres Serranothe feature film of Insurrectionwhich is monitoring the riot at the United States Capitol in Washington D.C. on January 6, 2021, canceled the event, allegedly due to the political content of the artwork. Serrano say it art diary that the London …

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The Hill of Secrets – London Korean Film Festival

Writer and director: Lee Ji-eun The Hill of Secrets, screened at this year’s Korean Film Festival in London, marks Lee Ji-eun’s directorial debut. It’s an exceptional film with a charmless screenplay by Lee Ji-eun herself and an outstanding central performance by Moon Seung-a as 12-year-old Myung-eun. Myung-eun is understandably eager …

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San Diego Asian Film Festival spotlights new talent, old classics

The 23rd edition San Diego Asian Film Festivalkicks off Thursday with the documentary “bad ax” to San Diego Natural History Museum. This year’s festival will feature 130 films from more than 30 countries and will be screened in four venues. The documentary “Bad Axe” opens the 23rd annual San Diego …

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Watch this great explanation of how photographic film works

It’s easy to talk about film as if it were magic. Many analog shooters will talk at length about how the medium itself gives photography an intangible sense of curiosity and wonder. I myself am guilty of it. But, in reality, cinema is the product of hard science. Producing a …

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‘Building Bridges’ Amid Crisis: 23rd San Diego Asian Film Festival Begins Thursday

Halloween may be over, but moviegoers can dive into a bowl full of eye candy this week as the 23rd San Diego Asian Film Festival kick-off Thursday. “After three years of reinventing our festival, Pac Arts remains committed to sharing the stories of Asia, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders around …

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What’s Screening at the 34th Annual Boston Jewish Film Festival: Part 2

The 16 features and two blocks of shorts that make up this year’s Boston Jewish Film Festival make for an impressive lineup. Films screened during the second week (November 7-13) richly explore the founding of Israel, the Holocaust and Jews of color. Never miss the best stories and events! Obtain …

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Cumulative Impact of Medical Film Printer Market for COVID-19 Recovery Research Report 2022 | DICOM, Intrahealth, Leyidi International Medical Devices

A2Z Market Research presents new research on Medical Film Printers covering the Micro Level of Analysis by Competitors and Key Business Segments (2022-2029). Global Medical Film Printers report explores in-depth study on various segments like opportunity, size, development, innovation, sales and overall growth of key players. The research is carried …

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New Hazel Park Exhibit Features Unique Film Photographs – The Oakland Press

Visitors to the “Captured on Film” exhibition, which premiered at the Color | Ink Studio & Gallery in Hazel Park on Friday, November 4, will be treated with a style of photography that dates back to ancient history. The show, a new project by Hazel Park photographer Eric Law, runs …

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New Hazel Park Exhibit Features Unique Film Photographs – Macomb Daily

Visitors to the “Captured on Film” exhibition, which premiered at the Color | Ink Studio & Gallery in Hazel Park on Friday, November 4, will be treated with a style of photography that dates back to ancient history. The show, a new project by Hazel Park photographer Eric Law, runs …

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Eric Larson’s Horror Short ‘Check the Locks’ Won Awards

Kaukauna native Eric LarsonFirst short wins awards. Larson, who has lived in New York for about a decade, recently completed his 15-minute short “Check the Locks: A Restless Folk Tale.” He won Best Picture at the August New York Film Awards and Best Lead Performance for Short Films at Nightmares …

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Kaukauna High grad scares the awards with their first horror short

Scene from “Check the Locks: A Fidgety Folktale” by Eric Larson. KAUKAUNA — The creative seeds for KHS graduate Eric Larson’s award-winning horror short were planted when he was a student at River View Middle School and later Kaukauna High School. Now living in Brooklyn, New York, the 2006 …

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A revival of film photography is growing in the North West

A slightly metallic vinegar aroma hints at the chemical magic of the film unfolding nearby. Gutted disposable cameras fill an open cardboard box. A small bin contains the shells of opened 35mm film cartridges, a mixture of revealing turmeric yellow from Kodak and Kermit green from Fujicolor. Braids of translucent …

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100 years of men in love: the accidental collection

Dallas couple Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell open the documentary 100 years of men in love: the accidental collection with an explanation of the birth of their collection. The pair made a habit of visiting local antique shops after church on Sundays. During a chance encounter, the couple discovered an …

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Watch Tim Burton Recreate The Lumiere Brothers’ 1895 Film “Leaving The Light Factory” – Deadline

Tim Burton walked in the footsteps of 19th-century French cinema pioneers Auguste and Louis Lumière on Saturday as he made his own version of their 1895 film Leaving the factory on the site of their former factory in Lyon. The filmmaker was in Lyon as a guest of honor at …

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Leica revives the M6 ​​35mm film rangefinder

Leica was responsible for creating the first commercially available 35mm camera nearly 100 years ago, in 1925. From 1984 to 2002, the German camera maker handcrafted 175,000 M6 film cameras that have served as instruments for the world’s best photographers to capture their distinct worldviews. Two decades after dropping the …

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The return of an icon of film photography

TEANECK, NJ, October 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Leica Camera AG, the company behind the first 35mm camera and today the only manufacturer of new 35mm analog rangefinder cameras, continues its commitment to film photography with the release of the new Leica M6. Leica M6 camera Leica M6 analog camera The …

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66th BFI London Film Festival: More Than Ever and Last Flight Back

Today’s sojourn through the virtual releases of the 66th BFI London Film Festival is characterized by two films, both screened in the ‘Love’ section, with another particular common theme. Emily Atef’s European drama More than ever and Ondi Timoner’s personal documentary Last return flight both focus intensely on mortality, terminal …

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NBC News covers the new movie boom by shooting the story entirely on film

top of KF article The segment was the first new material NBC News shot on film in more than 40 years (Photo: Vladimir Paradnyi/Pexels) American network NBC covered the growing interest in film photography on its evening news Monday (October 17) with one subtle difference — he shot the entire …

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Photographic Film Market 2022 to 2028 Data Analysis by Top Players

The Global photographic films market from 2022 to 2028 the research focuses on examining current market trends across the globe. The objective of MarketandResearch.biz is to provide clients with a complete vision of the market and to support them in the development of growth plans. In addition to this, the …

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Kodak Film Factory Unveiled | Hackaday

Anyone born before the mid-1990s will likely remember that film cameras were used to document their early years. Although the convenience of digital cameras took over and was later largely usurped by cell phones, there is still a surprising variety of photographic film produced. Despite the long pedigree, how many …

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Leica offers free film and photo assignment

TEANECK, NJ, October 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — To celebrate the growing resurgence of analog photography, Leica camera partners with Ilford Photo to distribute 100 rolls of 35mm film free of charge to every Leica store in United States. Film photographers are invited to carry out a mission documenting their city, …

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Afrika Eye announces dance, theatre, photography and music events alongside its film lineup

Africa Eye is due to return to Bristol from November 7 for an 11-day celebration of African cinema and culture. Along with the mix of new and classic films for which the festival is best known, the program celebrates a rich array of street art, spoken word, dance, theatre, music, …

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The San Diego International Film Festival focuses on what you can’t get at home

Ask Tonya Mantooth, CEO and Artistic Director of the San Diego International Film Festival, if in this COVID-based streaming era, people still want to go to the movies. His answer will be categorical. “Everyone,” she said, “wants the chance to come together, to share a sense of community.” Especially, added …

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Arts & Culture Newsletter: Greater San Diego Filipino Film Festival Returns This Week

Hello and welcome to the UT Arts & Culture newsletter. I am David L. Coddon, and here’s your guide to all the essentials in San Diego arts and culture this week. In only its second year, the San Diego Filipino Film Festival has grown significantly – from 41 films last …

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Jessie Buckley thinks the new film Women Talking is a ‘conversation starter’

Irish actress Jessie Buckley hopes her next film, about a group of women from a religious colony struggling with their faith after a series of sexual assaults, will inspire debate. The American drama titled Women Talking, which stars Buckley alongside Claire Foy, Ben Whishaw and Frances McDormand, was written and …

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Eastman Kodak seeks more film technicians as demand continues to rise

top of KF article Sales of Kodak films have rebounded in recent years, and the company is now looking for a new generation of technicians (Photo: Ricardo Ortiz/Pexels) Eastman Kodak, the company that makes Kodak photographic film, said it wants to hire more people for its film production division as …

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San Diego Italian Film Festival turns to choice as theme

The San Diego Italian Film Festival (SDIFF) begins its 16th year with “Qui Rido Io” (“The King of Laughter”) on October 12 at the Photographic Arts Museum (MOPA) and runs through October 22 online and across multiple sites. SDIFF was the passion project of Victor Laruccia who envisioned a film …

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Pamplin Media Group – Portland Film Festival celebrates opening at Lloyd Center

Actors Jesse Metcalfe, Taryn Manning of ‘The Latin From Manhattan’ attend a public event on October 11. The 10th annual Portland Film Festival welcomes fans back with its opening night, kicking off with a reception at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11 at the Lloyd Center mall, which will host …

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Film commissioner Tony Armer resigns • St Pete Catalyst

Tony Armer, St. Petersburg/Clearwater’s film curator since 2014, is leaving for a new job in Texas. Under Armer’s leadership, St. Petersburg Clearwater was named one of the 25 Best Places to Live and Work as a MovieMaker by MovieMaker Magazine in 2021 and 2022. In January, he will become commissioner …

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Film Discovered in Camera After 80 Years Reveals a Surprise – and a Minnesota Mystery

About 80 years ago, someone pointed a Kodak Brownie camera at a sailor and took some shots. Click on. The single camera shutter opened for a 50th of a second. The moment captured on film shows the young man with a broad smile, his hand raised in a sign of …

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The creators of Godzilla felt the weight of responsibility for the film after WWII

Ishiro Honda wanted to direct movies more than anything. According to a Criteria Collection Essay, he gave up dental school to pursue a film program at Nihon University. He found work in his early twenties at Photographic Chemical Laboratories, which would later become known as the famed Toho Film Studio. …

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Close-up: Hobbyists are driving a new adoption of film photography in the digital age

Jamie Potvin, a darkroom professor at the Ottawa School of Photographic Arts — commonly known as SPAO — has witnessed a resurgence of interest in film photography despite the dominance of digital cameras in the 21st century. “For a while it was like these niche companies supporting (the film) for …

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SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film presents Horst P. Horst: Essence of the Times

Horst P. Horst The Essence of the Times at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + FilmCourtesy of Horst Estate SCAD FASH Fashion Museum + Film presents Horst P. Horst: The Essence of Time ATLANTA, GEORGIA, OCTOBER 2022 – The Savannah College of Art and Design is thrilled to mount the …

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Deco Dawson’s first film in a decade, a timely story of a Ukrainian newcomer to Winnipeg’s North End

As Winnipeg filmmaker Deco Dawson prepares to premiere his first-ever feature on Saturday, October 8 at Montreal’s Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, he recognizes it has the potential to subvert expectations. After making so many short films, Diaspora is longer than most feature films, with a running time of 140 minutes. …

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8 upcoming Houston film festivals to mark on your calendar

Film is one of the most powerful mediums to showcase cultural diversity, and Houston hosts a myriad of independent film festivals each year. Most of our festivals are local and aim to showcase films rich in cultural and geographic significance, from places like Palestine and Iran to India …

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Lawsuit Settled, Movie May Resume After Alec Baldwin Filming

OCTOBER 5, 2022: LOS ANGELES (AP) — The family of a cinematographer shot dead by Alec Baldwin on the set of the movie “Rust” has agreed to settle a lawsuit against Baldwin and the film’s producers, and production could resume on the project in January 2023. Matthew Hutchins, widow of …

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The NY Film Festival celebrates its 60th anniversary with a look to the future | News, Sports, Jobs

NEW YORK (AP) — The past and future of cinema collide as two moviegoers huddled in a debate outside a movie theater at the New York Film Festival, which kicks off its 60th edition on Friday with the premiere of the adaptation Don DeLillo by Noah Baumbach “White …

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Swiss myths come crashing down at the Zurich Film Festival

Cute and Furious: Mad Heidi madheidi.com The 18th Zurich Film Festival (ZFF) offers a rich palette of unconventional approaches to Swiss history: from a reassessment of national painter Albert Anker to a fascist-hunting Heidi. This content was published on October 2, 2022 – 10:30 October 2, 2022 – 10:30 am …

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The New York Film Festival celebrates its 60th anniversary

In September 1963, the very first New York Film Festival took place at Manhattan’s Lincoln Center, and it counted as a kind of experiment, an early test of whether the kind of serious, arts-leaning festivals that were quickly establishing themselves in Europe could find real buy in the United States. …

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A furious protest film that fascinates with its technique – Ciné express

Anyone who has seen Alfonso Cuaron children of men will remember this stunning single-take sequence inside a vehicle carrying Clive Owen, Julianne Moore and two other passengers. Now imagine that level of craftsmanship multiplied by five, and you have a perfectly crafted 11-minute opening sequence in Romain Gavras’ infinitely furious …

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Black art and cinema at Acmi

Works by Amrita Hepi, Jazz Money, Essie Coffey and other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creators are the focus of Acmi’s major new exhibition, featuring video works, installations, a playable arcade game , photographs and more. This summer, Acmi is transforming with the works of eight Aboriginal and Torres Strait …

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Global Medical Film Printer Market Demand, Share, Size and Growing Forecast 2022-2029 McLantis Group, FUJIFILM, KONICA MINOLIA, Carestream Health, HU.Q

Research on the Global Medical film printer industry The report contains insightful details and assessment of the Medical Film Printers market. It is also determined as the best way to grasp the medical film printer industry faster. Primary and secondary research methods and tools have been extensively gathered to provide …

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The Middle East Now festival will present a film program “Focus on Iran”

At this edition of Middle East Now, the highly anticipated event held once a year in Florence, Italy, Iranian cinema occupies a special place in the festival’s programming. Among the titles enjoying their Italian premiere is the feature film To imagine (2022, pictured above) by Ali Behrad, his first feature …

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Filmmaker wanted for the story of the Eden Hore collection

The Eden Hore Central Otago Trust is looking for a filmmaker to tell the story of a Maniototo farmer who amassed an outstanding fashion collection that is now owned by the Central Otago District Council.The Eden Hore Central Otago (EHCO) project team, who look after and promote the renowned Eden …

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‘Duality’, ‘Life & Life’, And More – Deadline

Jack Reach author Lee Child and Emmy and Grammy-nominated producer Nicole London executive produce. EXCLUSIVE: Nova Vento Entertainment has acquired theatrical distribution rights to Montana writer, director and actor Rob Grabow’s feature debut year of the dog. The film features a cast of veteran actors, including two prominent Indigenous actors: …

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Range of FLUX GOURMET and SWALLOWED flagship films

It’s kind of a Swiss day here at ScreenAnarchy. The Lausanne Underground Film & Music Festival has announced its full program for this year’s edition. There are some great films in their lineup, so we thought we’d make the festival a solid one and highlight them for our readers in …

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CatLABS x Film 320 is a unique new black and white emulsion

CatLABS announced an all-new black-and-white film emulsion that promises unique grain and tonal range to produce photos the company says are unlike anything else on the market. CatLABS is a Boston, MA-based film and photography equipment distributor dedicated to large format photography. CatLABS claims that it is one of the …

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San Diego International Film Festival to return in October

The San Diego International Film Festival is thrilled to screen films for the 21st Annual Festival (October 19-23, 2022) at partner organization AMC 14 @ Westfield UTC. This year includes the return of the opening night film premiere and reception, the All-Star Night Tribute, Culinary Cinema, as well as other …

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Cinematic event “COURAGE” | Other

Courage: The Story of Seven San Diego POWs Documentary film screened on Sunday, September 18 at the Museum of Photographic Arts, Balboa Park San Diego, California, September 18, 2022. What does it take to survive as a POW? Sometimes this answer depends profoundly on the circumstances. For seven former POWs …

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Sedona Film Festival Ted Grussing photographic program September 24

Sedona News – The Sedona International Film Festival presents “An Evening with Ted: Searching for Beauty in Northern Arizona” at 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 24 at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theater. Join Ted as he guides you through the wonders and beauty of Sedona, the Colorado Plateau, and …

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3 film hacks to develop your photo creativity

The renewed interest in film photography is amazing. Newcomers relish the challenge of having only a limited number of photos per roll. They enjoy the suspense of waiting a long time for the film to process before seeing if their photos turn out. If you’ve been using film for a …

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Video Vault – September 14, 2022 | Film

CHOICE OF THE WEEK MASSACRE AT UP CENTRAL (Synapse Films/MVD Entertainment Group): Dutch filmmaker Renee Daalder (1944-2019) made her English language debut with this intriguing and subversive sociological treatise from 1976 in the guise of an exploitation film. A trio of tough teenagers rule Central High School, berate and bully …

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Syrian director Soudade Kaadan wins the Audience Award at the Venice Film Festival

‘We can’t believe what’s happening’: Lebanon’s Mayyas react to ‘America’s Got Talent’ win LOS ANGELES: The wait is over – Lebanese dance crew Mayyas have won season 17 of ‘America’s Got Talent’ and they spoke to Arab News backstage to say they ‘can’t believe what’s going on pass”. To the …

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At the Academy Museum, a resurrection of the history of black cinema

A man pleads. The woman refuses. He begs again, only to be rebuffed. Now he is on his knees, faced with her vexed indifference. Finally, he steals the kiss he was asking for, is mischievously pushed away and the comings and goings continue: coquettish, sensual, uninhibited. The scene is from …

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For this San Diego filmmaker, a short film about coming out is personal

There’s a scene in the short “Moving Out,” by San Diego native Rachel Earnest, featuring the ticking of a clock and the passing of time. It’s a reminder to the main character that she’s waited long enough to live her truth surrounded by people who love and support her. “It’s …

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The 60th Annual New York Film Festival

September 30 marks the opening night of the 60th New York Film Festival. Netflix Drama White noise starring Raffey Cassidy, Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig will first hit the big screen at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall for two screenings at 6 and 9 p.m. Tickets for the general public …

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some spoiled thoughts on the power of spectacle – Film Stories

Whether you call them UFOs, flying saucers, foo fighters or UAVs, aerial phenomena have been a familiar sight in movies since the mid-20th century. Full credit at director Jordan Peele, then, for making such an old genrepI feel scary again; not since Encounters of the third kind, or the lesser …

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Venice Film Festival 2022: Andrew Dominik’s “Blonde” is a biopic in anarchy mode

What’s true and what’s not in Marilyn Monroe’s life? This is a question from Andrew Dominik Blond— the star’s nebulous new kind of biopic — declines to clarify. Instead, the gray areas, the unknown gaps in its story, are filled with an imaginary lacquer. It’s a lavish, rule-breaking melodrama based …

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Exclusive interview with Kartik Aaryan | Anupama Chopra

In this exclusive Film Companion Front Row chat powered by Fanta, Kartik Aaryan talks to Anupama Chopra about the success of Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and how it’s changing the game for him, his upcoming projects Shehzada & Captain India, and what makes him a bankable actor today. He also shares …

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Liger, Analysis of Crime in Delhi and Thiruchitrambalam | Anupama Chopra | Anmol Jamwal

This week on The Late Take, Anupama Chopra & Anmol Jamwal aka @Tried&Refused Productions. come together to share their thoughts on Liger, Delhi Crime: Season 2, Thiruchitrambalam and early expectations of Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva. #liger #delhicrimeseason2 #thiruchitrambalamreview #bramhastra #filmcompanion Already a Film Companion subscriber? Join us here –http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe …

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Movie Review: Adox Color Mission

2022 has been a pretty good year for movie fans with new high-profile color emulsion releases; a being Adox Color Mission which we finally got our hands on here in Tokyo. Since the German photographic supplier released Color Mission in the spring, we had our eyes open but alas it …

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Liger Movie Review | Vijay Deverakonda | Ananya Panday | mike tyson

Liger is a hybrid of artists from Hindi and Telugu cinema starring Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday. For more on Puri Jagannadh’s storytelling, watch Anupama Chopra’s full review on Film Companion. #ligerreview #vijaydeverakonda #ananyapandey Edited by: Rahul KrishnanProducer: Sneha Menon DesaiAsst. Producer: Vinisha TauroDirector of photography and sound: Rahul ChaudhryProduction …

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Ranbir Kapoor’s best performances | brahmastra | Ranking of movies by Rahul Desai

Since his debut in 2007, Ranbir Kapoor has been that rare Hindi film actor who has both challenged and owned his blue-blooded Bollywood heritage. On the eve of Brahmāstra – Ranbir Kapoor’s 19th and greatest film in terms of scope and pop-cultural significance – here are all of his roles, …

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Ode to Alfred by Mark Cousins ​​– The Hollywood Reporter

With his latest in-depth filmmaking, prolific documentarian Mark Cousins ​​changes his approach by adding a healthy dose of mischief. My name is Alfred Hitchcockhis love letter to one of the big names in cinema, sports a title that could be an impostor’s statement on Tell the truth. The opening credits …

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Film photography leads to increased demand for film

Silver demand grew 19% last year, according to the World Silver Survey 2022. Part of this increase is due to a 3% increase in demand for film from the wider photography industry. Although medical x-rays are a big driver, the popularity of amateur film photography has also played a small …

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It’s the best-selling movie of 2022

Trends are certainly a thing within the photography community, and many of you have picked up an old film camera and taken 36 images for nostalgia, or 120 for movie buffs. Film photography has become so popular again (opens in a new tab) that there’s now an official list from …

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David Bowie movie Moonage Daydream: Throw away all preconceptions, this is not a musical documentary

Don’t be fooled. Moonage Daydream is not a David Bowie documentary. Throw away any preconceptions based on musical docos you’ve seen previously, as these will leave you woefully unprepared for the experience of watching acclaimed filmmaker Brett Morgen’s latest film. It might be more helpful to think of it as …

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Sydney Sweeney wore Reformation shorts at the Venice Film Festival

The 79th Venice International Film Festival is in full swing and celebrities are pouring in one after another, often arriving by boat to get to the event. Once on the dock, photographic opportunities await them as the paparazzi scramble to catch the stars in their outfits. One of the first …

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Photography is a major driver of demand for silver, showing the resurgence of cinema

A new report from the Global Money Survey found that demand for money increased by 19% last year, reaching its highest levels since 2015. Part of this increase is attributed to the growing demand and growing popularity of the film. As explained in the Money Institute News, silver halide photography …

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New feature from BC writer tells the true story of Canada’s ‘Flying Bandit’

White Rock-based producer and screenwriter Kraig Wenman is in heaven right now. The feature film screenplay veteran — he’s sold dozens, including many for the Lifetime Movie Network and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries — recently learned of his passion project, the true crime “drama,” Banditwill debut in Cineplex theaters – …

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New feature from BC writer tells true story of Canada’s ‘Flying Bandit’ – Victoria News

White Rock-based producer and screenwriter Kraig Wenman is in heaven right now. The feature film screenplay veteran — he’s sold dozens, including many for the Lifetime Movie Network and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries — recently learned of his passion project, the true crime “drama,” Banditwill debut in Cineplex theaters – …

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New feature from BC writer tells true story of Canada’s ‘Flying Bandit’ – Terrace Standard

White Rock-based producer and screenwriter Kraig Wenman is in heaven right now. The feature film screenplay veteran — he’s sold dozens, including many for the Lifetime Movie Network and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries — recently learned of his passion project, the true crime “drama,” Banditwill debut in Cineplex theaters – …

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New feature from BC writer tells true story of Canada’s ‘Flying Bandit’ – Hope Standard

White Rock-based producer and screenwriter Kraig Wenman is in heaven right now. The feature film screenplay veteran — he’s sold dozens, including many for the Lifetime Movie Network and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries — recently learned of his passion project, the true crime “drama,” Banditwill debut in Cineplex theaters – …

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New feature from BC writer tells true story of Canada’s ‘Flying Bandit’ – Penticton Western News

White Rock-based producer and screenwriter Kraig Wenman is in heaven right now. The feature film screenplay veteran — he’s sold dozens, including many for the Lifetime Movie Network and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries — recently learned of his passion project, the true crime “drama,” Banditwill debut in Cineplex theaters – …

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Goran Stolevski’s ‘Of An Age’ wins Australia’s richest film award at CinefestOZ

Goran Stolevsky“Of An Age” won AustraliaA$100,000 ($65,000) richest film award at Cinefest Oz at a closing gala this weekend in Busselton, Western Australia. Macedonian-born, Melbourne-based writer and director Stolevski also presented his acclaimed debut feature ‘We Are Not Alone’ at the festival. More Variety The CinefestOZ Film Award is dedicated …

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CinefestOZ: Goran Stolevski’s ‘Of An Age’ wins film award

Goran Stolevski’s “Of An Age” won Australia’s richest film award of A$100,000 ($65,000) at CinefestOz at a closing gala this weekend in Busselton, Western Australia. Macedonian-born, Melbourne-based writer and director Stolevski also presented his acclaimed debut feature ‘We Are Not Alone’ at the festival. The CinefestOZ Film Award is dedicated …

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The Wabi-sabi of Cinema by Brian Wood-Koiwa Brian Wood-Koiwa shares with us the correlation between the traditional Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-sabi and the natural imperfections inherent in film photography. Wabi-sabi & Film Photography Wabi-sabi, in essence, is the Japanese aesthetic philosophy that there is beauty in imperfection, the traditional notion …

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Gucci’s Cinematic Short Pays Tribute to Film Maestro Stanley Kubrick | Advertising

Gucci has entered the enveloping universe of Stanley Kubrick in a new campaign for its Fall/Winter 2022 collection, which features a surprise collaboration with Adidas. Under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele, “Exquisite” draws deep from the director’s archives to reimagine Kubrick’s pioneering work, scene by scene, including models that …

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How to create a short film

It might seem like an easy transition for a photographer to become a filmmaker. At the heart of each of these disciplines is storytelling. A photographer tells a story in a single moment captured at the defining moment, while a filmmaker tells a story over a period of time, often …

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Filmmaker Guillermina Zabala shines a light on activism through film

The title of the short film 2011 I, me, lightby San Antonio multimedia artist Guillermina Zabala, succinctly captures the nature of her work as a photographic artist and documentary filmmaker. Light is the primary medium she uses to create images, and the films and photographs she makes illuminate the identity …

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Chichester film premiere celebrates an impressionist painter who was unfairly overlooked

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Film cameras are back. Let’s look at Voigtlander

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August 19, 2022 Adrian is a scientist by day and a collector of obscure photographic relics by night. The chance discovery of an old Kodak bellows camera led him on a fascinating journey of discovery and a daring renovation project. Stonehenge, 1950s. A couple walks on the stones, stopping to …

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Godland (2022) Eye for Film Film Review

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With his first two feature films – Get Out and Us – Jordan Peele has established himself as one of the most exciting filmmakers currently working in Hollywood, and now he’s back with a third film that proves he’s everything. fact worthy of its reputation. No, the director is reuniting …

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Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr will receive a lifetime achievement award at 44e Cairo International Film Festival (November 13-22). The award-winning director, producer and screenwriter will also lead a workshop with young Egyptian filmmakers at the festival and separately lead a masterclass at the event. The festival will also screen 4K …

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