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  2000 in film - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The film stars Mel Gibson and Milla Jovovich, and is directed by Wim Wenders.
Please note that following the tradition of the English language film industry, these are the top grossing films that were first released in the United States and Canada in 2000; because they may have made most of their income in a later year, they may not be the top-grossing films for calendar year.
The top ten films of 2000 as of January 26, 2006 (U.S. and Canada), January 26, 2006 (UK) and January 26, 2006 (Australia) are as follows:
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/2000_in_film   (418 words)

 Gladiator (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Actor Oliver Reed died in Malta during the filming of Gladiator; as a result, a body double and digitally altered outtake footage of the actor were used in his absence, at an estimated cost of $3 million.
Most of the film was shot in Morocco and Malta where a replica of the Colosseum was built.
Both films tell the story of Commodus' murder of Marcus Aurelius and his seizure of power when he learns that the old emperor is planning to appoint Livius/Maximus as his successor.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gladiator_(movie)   (1231 words)

 Hamlet (2000 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hamlet is a film by Michael Almereyda, released in 2000, set in contemporary Manhattan, and based on the play of the same name by William Shakespeare.
Ethan Hawke plays Hamlet as a film student with a laptop and Julia Stiles co-stars as a pouty Ophelia.
The film is notable for its imaginative yet appropriate use of modern technology such as video cameras, polaroid cameras, and surveillance bugs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hamlet_(2000_film)   (258 words)

 Roger Ebert Film Festival 2000
Reaction to his film, and in particular the enthusiasm of the youngsters who came on the stage to ask questions about the Iranian feature, Children of Heaven, renewed his faith that there is an audience who loves his films today, and those who can grow up to love them tomorrow.
Film fest organizers gathered Wednesday evening to kick things off with a reception at the home of the President of the University of Illinois, James Stukel.
The films there are not all bad, it's just that there are so many good films that address the human experience better than typical Hollywood entertainment that they don't show, that an alternative is desirable.
www.reelmoviecritic.com /id114.htm   (5096 words)

 Sundance Independent Film Festival 2000
The 2000 Sundance Film Festival, January 20-30 in Park City, Utah, still considered by both industry insiders and filmmakers alike to be the most prestigious film festival in North America, unveiled a first-of-the-millennium festival showcase designed to assure it's preeminence as a ground-breaking event for independent film well into the new century.
Amongst the Dramatic submissions, we saw a number of films that were 'Millennium' themed; fewer coming-of-age stories and quirky comedies, and more works that were personal...many of which evoked a sense of loneliness and alienation at the century's close."...
Still, the 2000 Sundance Film Festival managed to conclude as a kinder, gentler film festival determined to re-emphasize its focus on the filmmaker and de-emphasize its reputation as a buyers convention for mainstream indie film.
www.filmfestivals.com /int/in-depth/sundance1.htm   (538 words)

 2000 Northampton Film Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
The 2000 Northampton Film Festival to be held on November 1-5, 2000 will showcase innovative, independent films and videos from around the US – shorts and feature films – narratives, documentaries, animation and experimental works.
Films and videos will be screened at the beautiful, 800-seat, historic Academy of Music in downtown Northampton, Massachusetts and at various theaters on the adjacent Smith College campus, all within walking distance of each other.
Part of the excitement in 2000 are several special events: The Alloy Orchestra returns to our stage for the New England Premiere of their brand new score to F.W. Murnau’s 1922 silent classic, Nosferatu, the greatest vampire movie ever made.
www.nohofilm.org /festival/2000   (495 words)

 Films at the 2000 Northampton Film Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Through accounts by the extraordinary teachers who taught and loved them children, this lyrical and moving film shows the remarkable efforts made by the citizens of Chabannes, who risked their lives and livelihoods to protect these children simply because they felt it was the right thing to do.
Some of these films have not been seen in 50 years; others were never intended to be seen by the public; and some were never even completed.
In this award-winning short film, a family trip turns disastrous when 11-year-old Isaac’s sister discovers her brother’s secret: his sexual awakening as a gay youth and his mixed feelings about his father.
www.nohofilm.org /festival/2000/films-text.htm   (3786 words)

 2000 ASCAP Film & Television Awards: The Henry Mancini Award   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Howard now has more than 65 films to his credit including Disney's hugely-anticipated Dinosaur (opening May 19, 2000), and recent successes The Sixth Sense (one of the Top Ten grossing films of all time), Runaway Bride and Snow Falling on Cedars.
Among his Emmy nominations is the ground-breaking theme from the acclaimed television series E.R. Howard's current success reflects the experiences of a rich musical past that began early in life.
When he was offered his first film Head Office in 1985, he never looked back.
www.ascap.com /filmtv/mancini2000.html   (750 words)

 Holiday 2000 Horror Film Festival
This is in some ways a deliberate attempt by Rish and me to strengthen our volume of films from the era that birthed the slasher, but it is also a direct result of us renting from a video store that had almost nothing dated later than 1992.
Dracula 2000 (2000) - What better way to kick off a horror festival than in the theatre watching a fine vampire flick.
Film number three is one of those that fits into an uncomfortable niche where the film is told primarily and realisitcally through the killer's eyes and we are supposed to come to understand and pity him.
www.xmission.com /~tyranist/horror/special/ff-holiday2000.html   (1654 words)

 Ojai Film Festival 2000 - Press Room
More than 300 films were submitted - some one- or two-minute shorts, others a 10- to 20-minute treatment and more full-length features - and each was viewed by at least three volunteer screeners who then rated the film and wrote an essay on why they did or did not think it was worthy of screening.
The theme for Ojai Film Festival 2000 is "Horizons Lost and Found: Enriching the Human Spirit through Film." The festival, scheduled for November 15-19, is presented by the Ojai Film Society, a non-profit, educational foundation dedicated to enriching the cultural life of Ventura County through a variety of motion picture-related events presented throughout the year.
The Ojai Film Festival 2000 will run November 15 through 19, and is being presented by the Ojai Film Society, a non-profit, educational foundation dedicated to enriching the cultural life of Ventura County through a variety of motion picture-related events presented throughout the year.
www.ilov2dezyn.com /filmfestival2000/press_archive.htm   (11821 words)

 2000 Level Film, Video, and New Media
Students may choose to use their own work for critique and analysis, or may use an existing film (or films) of their choice for in-depth analysis.
Film As Capture (Film I) This course is an intensive, total immersion in cinematography which includes a thorough review of camera operation, film stocks, lighting, and mise-en-scène.
Prerequisite: FVNM 2000 or FVNM 1101 or ARTTECH 2101.
www.artic.edu /saic/programs/depts/courses/fvnm2desc.html   (1037 words)

 Australian Film - the Year 2000 in Review
When I think back to films of 2000 that have truly pushed the boundaries of the medium, raised questions I had never thought of and challenged my very notions of filmmaking, it is a sad realization that none have been Australian.
Kennedy's is allusive and whimsical but remarkably so: in The Bridge, her very first short film, she creates a distinct tone in the first moments of the film, keyed to the drama of the story, through placing together a series of abstract images, the right use of slow-motion and a minimal, haunting score.
There is something urgent, explosive and vibrant in her films and a certain melodrama both on the level of form and content.
www.sensesofcinema.com /contents/00/11/australian.html   (2653 words)

 Kodak Camera 2000 Film
Kodak Camera 2000 films and papers produce extremely sharp, contact-quality halftone dots and crisp, clean line work when processed in Kodak RA 2000 chemicals.
Kodak RA 2000 developer and replenisher is recommended for processing Camera 2000 film CFZ.
Kodak Camera 2000 film CGP, when processed in Kodak RA 2000 developer and replenisher, produces and extremely sharp, high-quality halftone dot.
www.kpgraphics.com /eur/products/film/camera_2000.html   (318 words)

 Berlin International Film Festival 2000 - 50th Berlinale
The Berlinale 50th edition came to a close, marked by the attendance of numerous stars: Milla Jovovich and Bono, George Clooney and Ice Cube, Matt Damon and Gwyneth Paltrow…but it was Leonardo DiCaprio who raised the most stir with press and fans fighting for a pic or an autograph.
A strong presence of German films could be noted with works by Volker Schlöndorff, Rudolf Thome and Wim Wenders, as well as three short films.
Major film producing countries such as Germany, France, Spain and the USA were strongly represented.
www.filmfestivals.com /berlin_2000   (839 words)

 National Film Registry, 1999
The list is designed to reflect the full breadth and diversity of America's film heritage, thus increasing public awareness of the richness of American cinema and the need for its preservation.
Fifty percent of the films produced before 1950 and at least 90 percent made before 1920 have disappeared forever.
And, ominously, more films are lost each year -- through the ravages of nitrate deterioration, color-fading and the recently discovered 'vinegar syndrome,' which threatens the acetate-based (safety) film stock on which the vast majority of motion pictures, past and present, have been preserved," said Dr. Billington.
www.loc.gov /film/nfr2000.html   (879 words)

 Science Project
The purpose of this experiment is to determine what film speed is most tolerant to light out of three speeds of film.
Average the results of each film and aperture setting,then find the difference of each three averages the different film speed and the one with the largest number is the least tolerant etc.
The results indicate that this hypothesis should be rejected because1600 -speed of film is most tolerant, 400 speed film is second most tolerant, and 100 speed of film is third most tolerant.
www.selah.k12.wa.us /SOAR/SciProj2000/BethanyG.html   (1220 words)

 Digital Film Scanners - Nikon Super CoolScan 2000 Film Scanner Review, Information, and Specifications
Underexposed slides or dense negatives are a challenge for any film scanner: With so little light coming through the film, the electronics have a hard time measuring it, and "noise" from the sensor often swamps the signal coming from the image.
The LS-2000 comes with three film holders, one for mounted 35mm slides, one for loose strips of 35mm film, and a third "clamshell"-style holder for handling badly-curved strips of film via the slide adapter.
Nikon's FH-2 clamshell film holder deserves special mention here, thanks to its construction and ease of use: It did an excellent job handling the badly-curled "severe damage" negative: In our experience, clamshell holders of this sort are often awkward to use with curled negatives, but we had no such problem with the Nikon version.
www.imaging-resource.com /PRODS/LS2K/LS2KA.HTM   (8426 words)

 Fantasia 2000 (2000) - PopMatters Film Review
IMAX theaters use the world's largest film format (ten times larger than the 35mm frame used in most theaters) and because the pictures are so sharp, the screens so large, and the sound system so advanced, it is easy to feel like you are in the middle of the action.
This is why you won't find the film at some IMAX theaters — since many are attached to science or educational centers, and they use funds from IMAX movies to subsidize the centers, they just couldn't afford to run Fantasia 2000 under these circumstances (or they resented the restrictions).
Because so much of what is impressive about Fantasia 2000, or different from other Disney features, is dependent on the IMAX technology that makes one feel enveloped in the experience, it will be a less majestic experience on a regular screen.
popmatters.com /film/reviews/f/fantasia-2000.shtml   (1388 words)

 Film 2000
George Clooney was the interview that everyone was chasing and Film 2000 was one of the lucky few who caught him.
I mean, if you look at their films, the things that are considered failures for them....um, Big Lebowski and Hudsucker Proxy, actors adore.
And their best, you know, Fargo and Raising Arizona and Blood Simple and films like that, Miller's Crossing, you know, are brilliant.
www.sightssounds.net /film2000.htm   (549 words)

 The Railway Children (2000) (TV)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
What a sheer delight this TV film was.
Jenny Agutter, as Mother (originally oldest daughter in the 1970 version) took a bit of a back seat, but I thought the young actors who played her children did a splendid job.
I highly recommend this film - it really is a breath of fresh air, when we suffer so much from films which show much bleak dystopia, or over-sugary romantic mush.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0215111   (327 words)

 August 2000 Reviews. Film Music on the Web (UK) scrolling file Part 2 No CD covers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
The films were made in mono, and at the very best it is doubtful that the original music tracks were recorded in anything more than stereo.
I am guessing, from the age of the recordings, and from the fact that they come from Italian movies, where multi-channel sound was not generally in use in the early 60's, that these are mono recordings processed with a three-dimensional digital reverb in an attempt to create a greater sense of spaciousness.
The film was based on the life of Tsar Ivan IV of Russia whose reign (1547-84) was marked by a great progress in terms of political reform – but at a price.
www.musicweb-international.com /film/2000/aug00/Aug00scrtxt2.htm   (9005 words)

 2000 Cannes Film Festival
Variety and Evoke Communications Team to Bring the 2000 Cannes Film Festival to the Internet.
Beyond hoopla: the Cannes Film Festival and cultural significance.
On the waterfront; Tomorrow, the film world gathers in the south of France for its most glamorous festival.
www.infoplease.com /ipa/A0862279.html   (214 words)

 XM-2000 - Excellent Film Quality   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Each wafer is placed in precisely the same source-to-substrate geometry resulting in excellent film quality and reproducibility, as well as good deposition rates.
A moving magnet array in the cathode assembly ensures the arrival of sputtered atoms from a sufficient range of locations and angles to give excellent film thickness uniformity.
High quality films result from using a highly efficient planar magnetron source.
www.cpa-sputtering.com /Xm90c.htm   (1231 words)

 Amazon.com: Halliwell's Film and Video Guide 2000 (Halliwell's Film & Video Guide): Books: editor, John Walker,Leslie ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Most other film guides, while they purport to rate movies on a scale of 0 to 4 stars, really just use 2.5 to 4 (with ratings of 0 to 2 all meaning "not recommended" -- but who cares whether a film is rated 1 versus 1.5, if it's not recommended, don't bother).
And another refreshing aspect is that relatively few films get the highest rating of 4-stars, unlike some critics who give 4-stars to half the films they see, making the rating meaningless.
Many film entries are peppered with quotes from other critics, often going against Halliwell's and Walker's assessment and offering an alternate evaluation -- this shows that these gentleman have an open mind.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0062736922?v=glance   (1438 words)

 Hong Kong 2000: capsule film reviews by Shelly Kraicer
It was one of the most popular films in 2000 in HK, though, so if you're curious about what HKers are still going to their cinemas to see, then it's worth watching.
That the HK film industry can come up with this rich drama in the same year as Jiang Hu: the Triad Zone, Needing You, and In the Mood For Love hints that it may be well on the way to an artistic (if not commercial) revival.
Although it is heartening to see a Milkyway Image film with an international profile (it has certainly caught the eyes of many international film festival programmers), the film doesn't concern itself with servicing an audience's desire for pleasure, as do Running Out of Time and Johnnie To's huge domestic hit Needing You.
www.chinesecinemas.org /capsules2000.html   (2898 words)

 College of Arts and Sciences 2000-2002: Film Studies
Students interested in taking film classes, as well as students seeking to major or minor with an emphasis in Film Studies at IUB, should now look for film course listings under the heading for the Department of Communication and Culture.
The Film Studies Program, its courses, and its faculty have been integrated into the Department of Communication and Culture under the rubric of media studies.
Students who began to pursue a Film Studies Certificate or a Ph.D. minor before July 1, 1999 can take courses in this department to continue to fulfill and complete their requirements for the certificate and minor.
www.iub.edu /~bulletin/iub/coas/2000-2002/film.html   (153 words)

 Miklós Jancsó
Thus the time of the film and that of the action become synchronous - as in theatre, the audience experiences the time as the characters in the drama.
The structure of the film is circular; it ends with a picture of the same road and the same character from which it started, suggesting that nothing was learned during the revolutionary process of "making history".
The film received the Gene Moskowitz prize from foreign critics at the 30th Annual Hungarian Film Week festival in 1999.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /jancso.htm   (1976 words)

 Film Scene 2000
If you can ignore the glaring holes in the film's setup, this is as tight and well-directed a sf-action film as one could ask for.
About the only time the film comes alive is when it shows the creation of Jackson Pollock's paintings;; then there's a raw physicality and emotion that's missing from the rest of the film.
Mind you, that film would also not ignore the obvious question about a relationship where a devoted best friend/roommate is raising her friend's daughter as her own!
www.panix.com /~crodell/00film/filmseen00.html   (5280 words)

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