Tag Archives: Cinema

Kubrick for Kids

One of the strangest episodes of film and book crossovers that I have every run across has to be this multimedia children’s book of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001 A Space Odyssey for kids that came with an accompanying record or cassette tape. … Continue reading

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Will the museum deserve an Oscar

Film lovers won’t be able to visit in-person until the doors open to the public on  September 30, 2021, but new the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures  programming will soon be available online. The pre-opening program includes a screening of … Continue reading

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Yes We Cannes

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Bring Your Own Popcorn

On the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, just outside of the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, hidden at the base of a desert mountain range, sits an odd sight : hundreds of seats for an outdoor movie theater. … Continue reading

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Postcards to Alphaville

Postcards to Alphaville (my adopted hometown) is a very clever project dedicated to film characters featured in guest artist made illustrations. The founder of the project, Paul Paper, invites participants to view a film and to make a postcard portraying … Continue reading

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More Millennium Part I

Many thanks to the County Theater in Doylestown, PA for the invitation to a screening of Laurence Lowenthal’s documentary Millennium, The Story. Laurence Lowenthal created a documentary about Stieg Larsson and the Millennium Trilogy that covers everything you’ve ever wanted … Continue reading

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