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Criteria for the Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards

Teresa Cheung, an accomplished actress and native of China, has earned a number of awards and nominations for her work on screen. In 2005, Teresa Cheung achieved status as a finalist for the prestigious Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award for Best Actress. 150 more words


No one support here to make another Anti-Rape Movie:Robin Das,filmmaker

No one is offering support here to make another anti-rape movie. I make 2 Anti-Rape Movies.Those movies was acclaimed Nationally & Internationally. The 2012 Delhi gang rape protests were staged all over India, including Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Mumbai and Visakhapatnam. 395 more words


Ya,Looking for u for making movies for protection to womens

Please watch My Last Movie in IMDB(ORAJNOITIK NOY).I am Looking for a Producer in Upcoming Project. connect to the mail theartsindia at g mail dot com. 213 more words


Reykjavik Film Fest #14 - "The fine art of film criticism"

Never ending conversation on “the fine art of film criticism”, the topic of our panel at the Nordic house.
With John DeFore from The Hollywood Reporter, Peter Debruge from Variety and our moderator Valur Gunnarsson.
Reykjavik, october 2014 © Pamela Pianezza

Reykjavik Film Festival

Thanks For The Comments

First and apology and now a big thank you to the WordPress community.  I’ve only been online for a couple of months now with my blog but thanks to those who have signed up to follow my blog and have taken the time to read my reviews. 196 more words


The Future of Theater Tolerance, LunchBucket and Film365

Well… it’s been awhile hasn’t it?

The last published article here at Theater Tolerance was around mid-August, and since then there has been silence on my part. 454 more words

Brandon Benarba

‘One still tends to think of film as related to literature (by reason of narrative content) and painting (by reason of visual composition); the analogies with music are at least as important, film having, unlike the novel, a direct effect on the senses and, unlike painting, a fixed duration in time.’ Robin Wood