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Articles about film

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by M. Olsson
9 years ago
A buyer's guide to 120 film

When I first got into analog medium format photography I had no idea what films to buy and what outcomes to expect. This article is ment to be a brief beginner's guide for all of you who are just getting started with medium format photography and want to learn more about the available films.

Entertainment
by Uniasus
9 years ago
Competitive International Film Festivals

Only 14 films have been given a competitive status by the FIAPF, labeling them as the most important and prestigious film festivals in the world. The 'A listers' if you will.

Entertainment
by Eileen Kersey
10 years ago
Film

Simply put Film refers to the field of Film as an art form. Since the early days of movies, the viewing audience has been gripped. The film industry has gone from producing raw, new but basic films to cinematographic wonders. In recent years, the film industry has faced...

Lifestyle
by Kaden01
10 years ago
Top ten action films

Predator (1987) The 1987 film Predator is one of the United States most iconic action films to date. This film blends elements of Science Fiction with action. The Film begins with a team of American Commandos being sent to Latin America...

Entertainment
by Kaden01
10 years ago
Exploring the Saw films

Like many of you I first saw Saw in 2004. The first film was a shocker. It was labeled as a horror film, but it was much more than that. It was a detective, thriller. It was a story about a homicidal killer...

Entertainment
by mrstone123
11 years ago
Top 5 Awesome Foreign Films You Have Never Heard Of

These films are really awesome due to their great story lines and wonderful cinematography.

I would advise watching these films with subtitles on instead of dubbed, although dubbing can be hilarious it does not keep the authentic feel of the films so only watch them dubbed when drunk or really...

Entertainment
by Ulalume
8 years ago
5 Darren Aronofsky Films Not to Miss - From Pi to Black Swan

An overview of 5 films created by director Darren Aronofsky. These films include Pi, Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain, The Wrestler, and Black Swan.

Entertainment
by divaonline
10 years ago
Movie Curses And Ratings

Movie Curses And RatingsIf someone asked you what movie you think dropped the most F-bombs, the films that come to mind might be any Tarantino film, Scarface, or the more recent South Park. None of those answers would be correct. The movie Scarface was in theaters in 1983 and while at the time, its 207 F-bombs were considered excessive, times have changed. According to Wikipedia, some very obscure films are at the top of the film curse list. The film that takes home the prize for the most four letter "F" words, used the curse 470 times in a film which lasted 128 minutes! That means the word was used about three times each minute. MPAA RatingsStandards today for movies viewed in theaters and on dvd are very different from 1968 when the MPAA rating system was developed. To avoid governmental regulation, the system was voluntarily adopted by studios and theater chains in the U.S.. The motivation was to provide moviegoers with a way of determining which films might be objectionable or offensive and which films would be acceptable for their children. A film that received an “R” rating in 1968, may only receive a PG rating today. As social attitudes continue to evolve, no doubt, so will the language allowed in films.[read the rest]

Entertainment
by StreamlineInfo
9 years ago
The Most Horrifying Movie Of All Time

Are you someone who is a cinematic thrill seeker? Do you like to pursue the adventure of finding the most disturbing, most horrific, most disgusting movie imaginable? Maybe you have seen some classic gore films such as Nightmare on Elms Street, Halloween, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, or Friday the 13th.Well push those films aside because StreamlineInfo has found what we believe to be the Most Horrifying Movie of All Time!

Entertainment
by thomasbbb
10 years ago
Wall Street Money Never Sleeps - A Review

The Finance Theme

Financial dealings, scandals and rivalries form the heart of this drama and this aspect of the film is well put together. For those interested in finance and economics, there is plenty to see and enjoy here. However, the film makers...

Lifestyle
by Kaden01
10 years ago
The Town is excellent

Ben Affleck's The Town has great character, and plot development Believable characters Great Score Believable and Intense action scenes A FBI villian you will love to hate
Slow beginning Some of the profanity detracts from the overall theme of the film ...

Entertainment
by MatthewA
5 years ago
The History of James Bond Films

  James Bond has been one of the longest running film series in cinema history. Since the 1960s, there have been a number of films released starring a variety of actors as the British secret agent James Bond, or 007. The James Bond espionage series has...

Entertainment
by Lithium77
8 years ago
Classic Lines: Gone With The Wind

Arguably one of the greatest catchphrases of all time, Clark Gable's line 'Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn', in the  film 'Gone With The Wind', nearly didn't make it to the big screen due to Production codes and censures in films during the 1930s.

Entertainment
by JamesyD
8 years ago
Best Films of 2010

Here is a list of the best films of 2010 in my humble opinion.

Entertainment
by infobarrelmaster
7 years ago
Warm Bodies Movie Soundtrack

American film composer Marco Beltrami's music is featured in the Warm Bodies movie soundtrack. The zombie film stars Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer and John Malkovich.

Entertainment
by P Townsville
8 years ago
Some More Resources for Filmmakers

If you're interested in making movies, or maybe just developing a better appreciation for them, then you will have to devote some time to reading up on the craft. Following up on my previous article, here are some more resources to help you and your film career.

Entertainment
by JamesyD
8 years ago
Best Films of 2011

A list compiled of some of the best films from the year 2011.

History
by Kaden01
10 years ago
Films that continue the Lost Cause Myth

The Lost Cause Myth or Lost Cause of the Confederacy was a label given to the literary, and intellectual movements that attempted to cope with the loss of the Confederacy. The myth often portrays Confederarte leadership as the Cavaliers of old, as noble, brave, warriors. The Union...

Entertainment
by Fran5050
10 years ago
London Film Museum Presents Ray Harryhausen - Myths and Legends

Ray Harryhausen, creator of animated creatures for numerous fantasy films, is the subject of a new exhibition opening at the London Film Museum, possibly one of London's most interesting and educative exhibition centres.

The exhibition, entitled Ray Harryhausen - Myths and Legends, explores the artist's life and work from his...

Lifestyle
by Kaden01
10 years ago
Failures of the Star Wars prequels

The classical Star Wars trilogy has gone down in the annals as Film Making as brilliant. So, what does that say for the prequel Star Wars trilogy. George Lucas set out to create a prequel trilogy that would explain the rise of...

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