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Let The Right One In (2008)

Tomas Alfredson makes use of cinematography, editing and mise-en-scene to illustrate the social isolation of Oskar, in Let The Right One In (2008). Opening scenes are incredibly important when introducing the theme(s) of a film, ideally setting the tone and general character of the rest of the film. 515 more words


Star Wars: The Force Awakens star John Boyega uses cunning disguise to wander through crowds at convention

Lightsaber fight with SW fan at convention…blending in nicely

A photo posted by @john_boyega on Apr 20, 2015 at 9:40pm PDT

Hinting at his credentials as a true Star Wars aficionado and all-round humble good-guy, Force Awakens lead John Boyega let slip on his Instagram that he had been frolicking incognito among the masses at last week’s Star Wars convention.

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Pather Panchali (1955).

A very sad film about a Bengali family and their struggles with poverty and loss. 222 more words


Daily Dose: Sleepless in Seattle and the Oh God I Love That Movie Moment

The One Line Summary: Lonely windowed and apparently very tired dad has his young son to thank for finding love again with flibbertigibbet girl on the other side of the country. 177 more words


Media & Entertainment Skill Development Council Under ICMEI

Noida Film City: “It is the need of the day, today India needs skilled labor in every field including film, television and media. ICMEI- International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry is taking this responsibility to train manpower in this field under media & entertainment Committee of ICMEI,” said Sandeep Marwah President of ICMEI. 92 more words

Sandeep Marwah