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The Slow Death of Movie Theatres

DisRegarding Henry goes on a brilliant and enthusiastic rant about the horrible experience of movie theatres nowadays. They’re not like how they used to be. It used to be on film print and there would be a projectionist and it was a special occasion. 345 more words


French New Wave rushes into Emory with "Les 400 coups"

Every semester, Emory University hosts a cinematheque with a distinct theme. Each Wednesday at 7:30pm, the campus opens its lecture auditoriums to the public and shows a film for free. 564 more words

Saw this film: Heart of a Dog by Laurie Anderson

Okay, so I saw this amazing film last night: Heart of a Dog by Laurie Anderson. I really don’t know much about film so I don’t even really know how to write a review of this but I was just stunned and moved and choked up and inspired and awed by this film. 798 more words


Diva: Gateway drug to film snobbery

I remember the cinema well. It was cold and uncomfortable. There was no popcorn, no nachos or New York Fries. Nope, none of that. You were only allowed to bring in water. 1,514 more words

Gateway Drug

Scorsese - La Cinémathèque française

We really enjoyed visiting the Scorsese exhibition at the french cinematheque. Lots of pictures, work documents, letters, movies excerpts…
This “Respect, dude” is quite concise but well analyzed… 54 more words


Nine reasons to get excited about the UW-Cinematheque Fall 2015 calendar

I don’t know how it got to be mid-August already, but the long lines of college students at the Hilldale Target confirm it; fall is just around the corner. 849 more words


Two Hundred Seventy

The program
listings for last night’s encore presentation.
Instead of listing the films, I thought I’d take a snapshot of last night’s program. They were all pretty good too! 47 more words

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