I am not a film critic therefore I tend to completely let go during a screening and it is mostly moments after the closing credits, when I am back to reality, that I can say why I liked a film or not. However, while watching To The Wonder, I could tell right after the first scenes of Malick’s latest opus that this film was annoying me.…Continue
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Top of the morning to you! Berlin will decked out in green as the Irish national holiday, Paddy's Day, or Saint Patrick's Day, brings all things Irish to the German capital!
Bring your four-leaf…
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La Religieuse (2012) | France | 114 mins | Guillaume Nicloux
Ich mag bei religiösen Filmen etwas sensibel sein. Es mag an meinem eigenen christlichen Glauben liegen, dass mir Die Nonne a.k.a. La Religieuse a.k.a. The Nunnicht besonders gut gefallen hat. Basierend auf den Gesprächen mit den Kritikerkollegen halte ich es jedoch ebenso für möglich, dass der Film einfach nicht…Continue
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The Oscar nominations are out! What film made your year?
Vote for your favourite movies thanks to the New York Time's Oscar ballot feature!
Now you can be the judge!
Alas, I have seen but three of the oscar-nominated batch of movies (Django, here I come!)
but I have not at all been disappointed.…
Minister Saint-Jean is a busy man and the responsibilities in his hands are consuming him till the depths of his sleep. I was amazed by The Minister, which I saw at a press screening in the hidden cinema in the…Continue
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Looking for the best review on the www to make you feel like watching Ken Loach's latest movie The Angels' Share, I found this Q&A with the British Director on the Guardian website. Ken…Continue
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"It seems to me, that all we see, is violence in movies, sex on TV"... but as Roger Ebert suggests, this might have just little to do with the terrible shooting killing 12 and wounding 51 in Aurora, Colorado during the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises last week.
"That James Holmes is…Continue
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Watch them out. They won the Grand Jury Prize at SXSW Festival taking place in Austin last week, and just got acquired by Sundance selects.
There you can read more about …Continue
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Jon Reiss, Filmmaker, Author and Strategist talks about launching a 40+ city simulcast screening and Q&A for the new Bob Hercules' film Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance out of its world premire film festival.
For the past six months, my company Hybrid Cinema has been working on the release of the new Bob Hercules’ film…Continue
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How to make an event out of a movie screening in order to make it more appealing? Transmedia expert and SylC guest blogger Christy Dena takes a look at successful examples of event-based screenings and offers SylC readers some insightful hints...
A few years ago I was on a panel with an executive from Twentieth Century-Fox, and we were talking about creating "events" around films. He piped up and said they do that all the time. They tell audiences "this is the movie…Continue
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