Critical Review Whiplash. Blood, sweat, tears and … cinema in its purest form%

Critical Review Whiplash Blood sweat tears and cinema in its

Feb 18 2015 00:40 “I’d rather die broke and drunk and have people talk about me than live rich and sober until I’m 90 withoutno one remembers me ”(Andrew referring to Charlie Parker). By: Juan Camilo Ardila During Whiplash: Music and Obsession, the second film by young director Damien Chazelle (Guy y Madeline on a … Read more

10 details you did not know about Inception | Cinema PREMIERE

10 details you did not know about Inception Cinema

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the premiere of Inception from Christopher Nolan, we gave ourselves to the task of looking for those details that perhaps you did not know or that went unnoticed from the film. In one way or another, all of them make the dream world starring Leonardo DiCaprio more interesting. Released … Read more

Family who owns Flint’s Gaumont Plaza discusses reopening the cinema with elected representatives

Family who owns Flints Gaumont Plaza discusses reopening the cinema

Deeside.com > News Posted: Thu 10th Dec 2020 This article is old – Published: Thursday, Dec 10th, 2020 A family who own the Gaumont Plaza in Flint discussed their journey in reopening the cinema with elected representatives last month. The Gaumont Plaza has been around since the late 1930s, but closed its doors in 2011 … Read more

Lillian Gish, a century of cinema

Lillian Gish a century of cinema

Lillian Gish in ‘The Birth of a Nation’. Griffith’s muse knew how to make the transition to sound and was active practically until the end of his days If in the early years of cinematographer Mary Pickford (nicknamed ‘America’s Bride’) was the star that drove millions of viewers into theaters, Lillian Gish was the actress, … Read more

‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’ and 4 other films that you will not see in the cinema – jenesaispop.com

Hunt for the Wilderpeople and 4 other films that you

Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Taika Waititi) That the film that is causing the most talk among cinephilia this Easter is a direct release to DVD says a lot about how film distribution is changing. ‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’ (translated in Spain as’ Hunting for the ñumanos’) is the new work by one of the latest … Read more

Blaxploitation: films to discover black protagonism in 1970s cinema – music non stop

Blaxploitation films to discover black protagonism in 1970s cinema

short Music Non Stop no Facebook In the 1970s the movement was born Blaxploitation. So named by Junius Griffin, president from NAACP (National Association of the Advancement of Coloured People), as a critique of the exploitation of black people on screen, the name ended up being used to designate productions made between the 1970s and … Read more

Italy’s Leone Group, Rai Cinema Board Lionsgate’s ‘Soldado’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Italys Leone Group Rai Cinema Board Lionsgates ‘Soldado EXCLUSIVE

ROME — Italy’s Leone Film Group and Rai Cinema are linking up with Lionsgate on Mexico-set thriller “Soldado,” a follow-up of sorts to Denis Villeneuve’s “Sicario,” to be directed by Italian helmer Stefano Sollima with Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin attached to star. Under the agreement Leone and Rai Cinema will jointly handle theatrical distribution … Read more

Italy’s Rai Cinema Producing New Works by Russian Auteurs Sokurov and Konchalovsky

Italys Rai Cinema Producing New Works by Russian Auteurs Sokurov

ROME — Leading Italian film company Rai Cinema is producing new works by revered Russian auteurs Alexander Sokurov and Andrei Konchalovsky, as well as a slew of new titles from prominent Italian helmers Gabriele Salvatores and Gianni Amelio and younger standouts Jonas Carpignano and Susanna Nicchiarelli. The production and distribution arm of pubcaster Rai has teamed … Read more

RAI Cinema films to go straight to RaiPlay

RAI Cinema films to go straight to RaiPlay

21/05/2020 – Making its debut today on Italy’s RaiPlay is Ginevra Elkann’s first feature If Only, the first of eight RAI Cinema films to be released on the RAI streaming platform If Only by Ginevra Elkann #ilCinemaNonSiFerma (“FilmDoesn’tStop”) is the encouraging hashtag chosen by Rai Cinema for an initiative developed in collaboration with RaiPlay, which … Read more

RAI Cinema Unveils Slate, Mixing Italian Venice Hopefuls With U.S. Pics

RAI Cinema Unveils Slate Mixing Italian Venice Hopefuls With US

Top Italian film outfit RAI Cinema on Wednesday sounded an upbeat post-pandemic note as it unveiled a slate of 20 upcoming titles to exhibitors and press, comprising new works by prominent Italian directors such as Nanni Moretti, Gianfranco Rosi, and Susanna Nicchiarelli alongside their U.S. acquisitions — most notably Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower … Read more