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 Film noir - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Film noir has been associated by some critics with the political landscape of the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s--in particular, with a sense of social anxiety and alienation that is said to have followed World War II and later with the Red Scare.
A number of films noirs were shot on location in cities, and night-for-night shooting was common.
Film noir is primarily derived from the hard-boiled style of crime fiction of the Depression era (many films noir were adaptations of such novels) and the gritty style of 1930s horror fiction.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Film_noir   (2315 words)

 Film - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In general this can be divided into academic criticism by film scholars and journalistic film criticism that appears regularly in newspapers and other media.
Recording technology has also enabled consumers to rent or buy copies of films on video tape or DVD (and the older formats of laserdisc, VCD and SelectaVision — see also videodisc), and Internet downloads may be available and have started to become revenue sources for the film companies.
A Short History of Cinema Film Post-Production (1896 - 2006), in English; in: Joachim Polzer (editor).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Film   (3866 words)

 Film Noir - Films
Film noir is a distinct branch, sub-genre or offshoot of the crime/gangster and detective/mystery sagas from the 1930s (i.e., Little Caesar (1930), Public Enemy (1931) and Scarface (1932)), but very different in tone and characterization.
Film noir films (mostly shot in gloomy grays, blacks and whites) showed the dark and inhumane side of human nature with cynicism and doomed love, and they emphasized the brutal, unhealthy, seamy, shadowy, dark and sadistic sides of the human experience.
Film noir was marked by expressionistic lighting, deep-focus camera work, disorienting visual schemes, jarring editing or juxtaposition of elements, skewed camera angles (usually vertical or diagonal rather than horizontal), circling cigarette smoke, existential sensibilities, and unbalanced compositions.
www.filmsite.org /filmnoir.html   (1857 words)

However, because of the aperture masks in film, the angle of view for a given lens is generally described in terms of the height and width of a lens.
A film splicing machine of precision construction in which portions of a film are overlapped, cemented, then warmed and dried by a heating unit.
A synchronizing device having more than One sprocketted wheel which is used to set up synchronized relationships between film and sound tracks which have been recorded to magnetic film.
www.filmland.com /glossary/Dictionary.html   (10438 words)

films that begin with an ongoing event or action, representations of the act of writing, films which predict the future, the appeal and effects of popcorn cinema, films that deal with genocide, post-gaming interactive 'uncinema', Antonioni and the aesthetic of boredom, and definitions of 'pretentiousness'.
male beauty, the face in cinema, and the theme of the 'forest', downloading movies, films that are 'structured' according to a soundtrack of a film that already exists, films that introduce key characters as they wake up, revenge movies, and films where the actor is located both within and outside the narrative.
emotions and ethics of Dogme films, cinema and psychiatry, interpreting interpretations, zombie films, "freaks" in film, children in film, headaches in film, Mikhail Bakhtin, and the theoretical and institutional dimensions of film criticism.
www.film-philosophy.com   (1441 words)

 Variety.com - %dept%
The refrain from theater chains has been "It's the films that matter" -- just what one might expect from an industry that has spent 100 years learning to show movies, sell popcorn and not much else.
In a year that saw arguably the most numerous and varied mainstreamed movies ever with lesbian, gay, bi and transgendered characters, the feature film nominees for this year's GLAAD Media Awards also run the gamut of box office success.
It would be an overstatement to say that hiring in the entertainment sector right about now is all about technology.
www.variety.com /index.asp?layout=dept_main&dept=Film   (481 words)

 Howstuffworks "How Photographic Film Works"
Despite its long history, film remains the best way to capture still and moving pictures because of its incredible ability to record detail in a very stable form.
People have been using camera and film for more than 100 years, both for still photography and movies.
In this article, you'll learn all about how film works, both inside your camera and when it is developed, so you can understand exactly what is going on!
science.howstuffworks.com /film.htm   (97 words)

 Welcome To Twitch. Spreading the News On Strange Little Films From Around the World.
Film one, night one, began with a little introduction speech by the founder and Director who informed us how hard a job she had this year trying to find good films, a short dig at Eli Roth was fired and received a surprisingly positive response.
I selected thirteen films from the program this year which, given the total of 46 features in competition for the ‘silver scream’ award and a few side-programs, is a small number.
The Night Watch films have been getting all the attention but here are some coming titles that I'm more than a little excited to see.
www.twitchfilm.net   (4299 words)

 Technorati Tag: film
Meera Chopra who is playing the female lead in PAVAN KALYAN’s latest film Bangaram, is also acting opposite NITIN in Satyam Sivam Sundaram, which is...
NETFLIX Film Rentals - Only $9.99/Month NETFLIX official site, no late fees, over 60,000 titles to choose from.
Graduate Schools for Film Gradschools.com is a comprehensive and informative directory of graduate and postgrad programs.
www.technorati.com /tag/film   (456 words)

 Film on the Web
Founded in Paris in 1938, FIAF is a collaborative association of the world's leading film archives whose purpose has always been to ensure the proper preservation and showing of motion pictures.
FilmTalent.com aims to be the biggest directory of talent in the film industry and the ultimate source for industry employers.
Film actors, actresses, stars, celebrities, with reviewed links to homepages.
www.zeroland.co.nz /film_movies.html   (693 words)

 WAL-MART: The High Cost of Low Price
A brilliant new film by Robert Greenwald tells the real story of the corrosive effects that Wal-Mart wreaks upon the communities in which it operates and the men and women it employs." -Rob Reiner
SHARE THE FILM by giving it to family, friends, neighbors and colleagues.
Brave New Films / 10510 Culver Blvd / Culver City, CA 90232 / 800-525-8212 /
www.walmartmovie.com   (290 words)

 Mindjack Film
Like this magazine, many of Cronenberg's films are concerned with the blending of technology and society, the organic with the synthetic — only he deals with these issues in a much more visual and visceral manner.
It isn't even that his films are profoundly naturalistic (although they do tend to tilt that way), just that he wants his worlds to have depth and breadth instead of existing for the sole purpose of advancing the plot.
The Squid and the Whale (Sony) was one of 2005's smartest, non-messagey films, and Keane was one of its most underrated.
www.mindjack.com /film   (4559 words)

The fact remains, however, that films that take water polo as their subjects are few and far between, at least in part because of the great difficulty of making the sport interesting to an audience beyond its participants.
The Italian film awards were handed out over the weekend, and the two big winners were Nanni Moretti's The Caiman (which will be shown in competition at Cannes next month) and Crime Novel, director Michele Placido sprawling look at gangsterism in Italy.
While some feel this year's crop of popcorn flicks are a bit smarter than previous years, like with every summer, we're bound to walk away from it sad, lonely and depressed because that one film we were anticipating so much left an awfully sour taste in our mouths.
www.cinematical.com   (3649 words)

 south by southwest festivals + conferences
The uplifting film was quite a crowd-pleaser at SXSW 2005, and the subject, Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah, paid his first ever visit to Texas; traveling all the way from West Africa to participate in the SXSW screenings.
With nearly 200 films and dozens of daytime panels, the hardest part is fitting it all in.
The section is dedicated to either first or second-time feature directors using their film to break new barriers and craft new ways to tell a story.
2005.sxsw.com /film   (2047 words)

 TheOneRing.net™ Lord of the Rings Movie News and Rumors
Garfeimao writes: Last year at the Newport Beach Film Festival, it was "Ringers: Lord of the Fans" and Billy Boyd's short "Instant Credit" making LOTR fans happy.
Along with their appearance a lot more is happening with guests from film and TV, stage talks and much more.
The Newport Beach Film Festival has something for everyone, features, shorts and documentaries from around the world.
www.theonering.net   (994 words)

 The Film Encyclopedia, Biography
Lean began his career as a director in 1942 with an excellent war film, In Which We Serve, which he co-directed with Noel Coward.
He entered British films as a tea boy at Gaumont in 1927; later served as a claperboy and messenger, and worked his way up to editor of newsreel footage in 1930 and of feature films in 1934.
Of these three films, the most interesting is the documentary-style The Sound Barrier/Breaking Through the Sound Barrier with a memorable performance from John Mills.
www.davidlean.com /books/katz_biography.html   (305 words)

 /FILM - Movie News and Movie Reviews!
Indeed, and it going to be even more so in the next couple of weeks, with more than 200 films from all over the world.
If you're even thinking of seeing the film on Friday, you might want to check out the first 10 minutes online first (not that the first 10 minutes are any indication, if you can't excite the audience in the first ten, then you're dead in the water).
Actually, in my opinion, there hasn't been a good film yet (Mortal Combat and Resident Evil were passible at best, just because you are the best of the worst doesn't mean you're good).
www.slashfilm.com   (1495 words)

 Guardian Unlimited Film
Our cinemas seem of late to have been happy to explore one issue or another, but no films squared up to questions of public morality quite like the state-sponsored public information films of yore.
As Lisa Kudrow's film Happy Endings opens the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, she talks to Gareth McLean about sex, the state of US TV and a Phoebe comeback.
Amateur film editors can subversively recut movies and adverts.
film.guardian.co.uk   (992 words)

Solomon's film is adapted from the 1997 novel The Bell Witch: An American Haunting and is based on true events of a family haunting in Tennessee during the 1800s.
by Tamara Schweitzer (April 14, 2006) The Nashville Film Festival has announced that Courtney Solomon's "An American Haunting" will be the opening night for its 37th edition to run April 20-26.
INDUSTRY MOVES: Hubbell Expands Role at Kodak # The Kodak entertainment imaging division has promoted Anne Hubbell to the position of regional account manager for the independent feature film segment in the Americas region.
www.indiewire.com   (3020 words)

 Movie Reviews, Movie Critics - Metacritic.com
This sensitive subject matter--the downing of a hijacked airliner during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--has already been covered by two separate television movies (including the similarly titled Flight 93).
A couple has an illicit affair that involves breaking into other people's homes (we guess it beats a sleazy motel).
This horror film centers on a paralyzed man who is trapped in a remote cabin and must save a group of college students vacationing nearby from a killer Sasquatch.
www.metacritic.com /film   (536 words)

 U B U W E B : Film
The following films are presented for educational and non-commercial use only and are presented with permission of the artists.
Most of these films are extraordinarily large and should be downloaded rather than streamed.
As such, UbuWeb is not responsible for the quality of the films.
www.ubu.com /film   (825 words)

 Channel 4 Film - film reviews, dvd, cinema listings, interviews and clips
Also if your favourite channel is not showing a TV listing film for the day you are currently looking at the navigator allows you to click on the next day in the week to be quickly presented with previews for the subsequent days.
With the database of some 10,000 films in the Channel4.com/film website its easy to see the films being shown on TV at any given time, read or even watch previews, then navigate to another station and see their TV listing.
It's not just a movie quiz or film quiz that you will be able to play on the channel4.com/film website, there are also over 150 short films and clips as well as 1000+ DVD reviews, top 100 lists of films as well as multichannel TV listings.
www.channel4.com /film   (760 words)

 Bookstore: Film Books 1 >> German-Hollywood Connection
Amazon.com synopsis: "This is a study of the efforts of the Warner Bros film studio to promote anti-Nazi activity before the outbreak of World War II.
From Amazon.com: “For all those fans who wonder where their favorite movies were filmed or what it would be like to visit the sites, this book is the ultimate resource.
Fritz Lang, a dark master of film who created such classics as 'Metropolis,' 'M' and 'The Big Heat,' was a complex character whose life was perhaps as mysterious as his films.
www.germanhollywood.com /cinebook.html   (1841 words)

 Independent Online Edition > Film
Film Studies: We could all do with the silent treatment
London gears up for its first 'Fashion in Film' festival
Film Studies: You keep churning out the flops, Jeff - and we'll keep lapping them up
enjoyment.independent.co.uk /film   (94 words)

 The Film Reference Library
The film title entries include plot summaries, commentary and credits, and the biographical entries have a comprehensive list of film and video works indicating the person’s key creative roles.
Some of the other key features you’ll discover are the Canadian film Bibliography section, a useful list of print and electronic resources specially selected by the FRL staff, and the Image Credits, where you’ll find valuable descriptive and source information matched with thumbnails of images from the CFE and FRL web pages.
The CFE also includes original writing from Canadian film critics, professionals, academics and theorists.
www.filmreferencelibrary.ca /index.asp?navid=14   (328 words)

 Greatest Films
Being a film buff since more than 35 years I have to say that your site and IMDb.com are the best of the best.
Ebert has also written this about Greatest Films: "The site offers many ways of looking at important films, but the centerpiece is his series of 100 long reviews of classics, including downloadable still photos, highly extensive plot summaries, and a lot of quotes...
This site is useful for film students or others seeking an entry point into film history.
www.filmsite.org   (397 words)

"I'm definitely going to be borrowing from the films, but one thing that they really didn't do from the films is we're going to be borrowing from the comic books as well," Jones said in an interview during a break in filming on location in this Vancouver suburb.
Batman is dark and adult and that is clearly the benchmark for this type of film (Batman Begins, that is)...
- Check out the new photos from the Spider-Man 3 2nd Unit filming in the city...
www.comics2film.com   (1145 words)

 The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
Trivia: When Ford and Arthur drink at the pub early in the film, a middle-aged blonde can be seen watching them.
The film only says because he won an election.
And, like in the book, they get picked up the second time by President of the Galaxy, Zaphod Beeblebrox.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0371724   (802 words)

 FILMMAKING.COM: The Filmmaking Portal - The Film and Video Industry's Most Trusted Resource - All about Filmmaking, Digital Video Production, Moviemaking, Digital Filmmaking, Film and Video Production Services and more!
I do know that with the few short films I've written and directed it's been a real challenge but one that has really excited me. I think it's all about editing.
The fact that I usually don't have a client with film work doesn't necessarily make it easier from a creative standpoint.
Nevertheless if a film isn't right I wait until my schedule clears and dedicate the time it takes to get it right.
www.filmmaking.com   (862 words)

 Disc film - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The film was discontinued in 1998, though the cameras had disappeared from the market long before.
It was not particularly successful, perhaps because the negative size was only 8 mm by 10 mm, leading to what was considered unacceptable graininess in the final print.
The film was in the form of a flat disc, and was fully housed in a plastic cartridge.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Disc_film   (265 words)

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