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30: "Congrats on being cool!"

For the second year in a row, Oscar was playing a set at the Home Grown music festival on the Roehampton Island. For the second year in a row, it poured the entire weekend. 1,196 more words

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'Suburbicon' Production Designer On Cobbling Together Idyllic '50s Suburb Out Of Disparate SoCal Locations

Tackling a period project that feels true to life, rather than an imitation of the past, is no easy feat for any production designer—but it doesn’t hurt to have lived through the period being depicted. 1,891 more words

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'Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World' EPs On Their Celebration Of Musical Icons

“It’s my first time seeing . It’s fantastic, so moving. It’s really a huge breakthrough—a huge subject. I think you can see this film again and again because there’s so much stuff in here that I didn’t know, that I’m grateful to find out,” iconic singer-songwriter Jackson Browne says of  236 more words

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Oscar Myth of 'Pure' Movies: Why Netflix, Amazon Should Be Recognized

Some voters at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences are worried about new delivery systems such as Netflix and Amazon; as Oscar voters, they don’t want to support a method that they believe endangers traditional moviegoing. 584 more words

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'Birdboy' Directors On Their Animated Horror Film & The Medium's Boundless Opportunities For Expression

Before making his second directorial outing Birdboy: The Forgotten Children, Spanish writer-director Alberto Vázquez had the benefit of a long time spent with the material. 1,278 more words

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'Dunkirk' Sound Editor Richard King On Immersing An Audience In A Pivotal WWII Moment

Looking at Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk—or any film the director has made—one can imagine the difficulties the films must pose for his sound team. With images so epic and so spectacular, sound must follow suit, finding a way to equal what is seen on the screen—which is often remarkable, given Nolan’s preferred way of working, capturing as much in-camera as possible. 1,817 more words

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