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At First Glance: "Big Eyes"

The biographical film has been an important genre in film for some time, but it’s not just the subject of the film that’s important. It’s the manner in which the film itself is made. 906 more words

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Film: The Hundred Foot Journey

Ok, I did it. I was in a hurry and showed up a few minutes late. But I saw The Hundred Foot Journey. Do watch this if you are into a café life style and want to feel good about humanity. 138 more words

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At First Glance: "A Most Violent Year"

The period drama, whether based on real events or people, or a moment, are hard to pull off successfully. Sometimes they can simply look amazing, but the overall finished film doesn’t make you glad you stuck around to watch. 601 more words

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An Interview With Terry Gilliam

Terry Gilliam: Hollywood is just “gray, frightened people” holding on for dear life http://www.salon.com/2014/09/19/terry_gilliam_hollywood_is_just_%e2%80%9cgray_frightened_people%e2%80%9d_holding_on_for_dear_life/
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An interesting interview with one of my heroes, director Terry Gilliam.

Torontoù: The Final Chapter

I am at the airport four and a half hours before my flight. The check in desks aren’t open yet and the nice airport man looked at me as though I was crazy when I enquired about when they would be opening. 791 more words

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Web Summit expands into Film, Sports, Food & Music

The Dublin Web Summit is expanding beyond technology this year by including 4 new summits: film, sports, food and music. These new summits will provide attendees with an invaluable insight into how technology has evolved into the film, sports, food and music industry. 697 more words

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Finding Fanny

Finding Nemo? Oops, this one’s Fanny. Starting on an unusual note of a woman explaining Goan households and the life situations of the characters introduced, that of Dimple Kapadia, Naseeruddin Shah, Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor all hell breaks lose with the loose narrative. 116 more words

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