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AARDMAN ANIMATIONS COMING TO THE ACADEMY AND SIGGRAPH, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   AARDMAN ANIMATIONS COMING TO THE ACADEMY AND SIGGRAPH, By Adrienne Papp   By Adrienne Papp The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences celebrates the work of Aardman Animations with three programs featuring the studio’s Oscar®-winning and nominated Wallace and Gromit shorts on Friday, August 7, and Sunday, August 9. Wallace and Gromit Restored – The Marc...

The American Cinematheque Presents… By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   The American Cinematheque Presents… By Adrienne Papp   By Adrienne Papp  The American Cinematheque Presents…  Horror, Thrills & Chills On The Big Screen  Film Series “Night of the Living ’80s: A New Wave of Horror”  Starts Thursday! ...

Southpaw, Review: Loses on points

Southpaw, Review: Loses on points South is to left what north is to right, and paw stands for hand, in boxing parlance. So, a ‘southpaw’ is a boxer who takes a right side on stance, but leverages his left-hand to telling effect. In other sports, southpaw is often used to describe a person who is left-handed, as a left-handed batsman in the game of cricket. Southpaw, the film, derives its title from this terminology. In the film, the protagonist makes very little use of his left, a...

New Film Makers, Los Angeles, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   New Film Makers, Los Angeles, By Adrienne Papp           ...

The American Film Market, 2015, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   The American Film Market, 2015, By Adrienne Papp   By Adrienne Papp   Follow us on Facebook The Film Catalogue Weekly Update | 27 July 2015 Now in Pre-Produc...

Ant-Man, Review: Up the ANTe

Ant-Man, Review: Up the ANTe When a comic-book super-hero film engages you on two fronts, exhilarating effects and hearty humour, the audience is in for a good time. It is debatable whether going the whole hog on either front, at the cost of the other, would have served the plot better, but Ant-Man has turned out to be refreshing and innovative viewing. In 1989, scientist Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) resigns from S.H.I.E.L.D., after discovering that the organisation tried to send him off to Ru...

Daniel Hanifan, The Famous Artist Who’s Redefined Art and Cinema, A Passion for Life! By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   Daniel Hanifan A Passion for Life! By Adrienne Papp Like a lot of great artists, Daniel Hanifan knew what he wanted to do at an early age. One of Hanifan’s Work At about the age of seven he remembers spending a lot of time making “things.” Instead of an interest in playing sports or games, like most other children in his neighborhood in Michigan, Daniel us...

Max, Review: Sane Max

Max, Review: Sane Max A Belgian Shepherd dog called Max, working as a bomb sniffer in Afghanistan with the Marines, returns from service, after his handler Kyle (Robbie Arnell) is killed during a manoeuvre. When told by Sergeant Reyes (Jay Hernandez) that the Marines might put him down on account of his crazed and violent behaviour, as a result of post-traumatic stress, the man’s devastated family adopts the dog. Over time, the dog ends up bonding with the late Marine’s troubled 1...

Terminator Genisys, Review: Old or obsolete?

Terminator Genisys, Review: Old or obsolete? Also known as Terminator 5 and released in Real D, 3D and IMAX 3D, Genisys is an elaborately written but largely uni-dimensional tale of the saga that poses the ‘eternal’ question: what if machines tried to take-over the world? By machines, it is meant humanoids, cyborgs, robots and other hybrids with almost unbeatable strength. Either ennui has set in, or the script is too convoluted and complex, or, frankly, the execution is not compe...

Insidious: Chapter 3, Review: The Man Who Can’t Breathe v/s Elise, the Psychic

Insidious: Chapter 3, Review: The Man Who Can’t Breathe v/s Elise, the Psychic A prequel to the Lambert haunting (Insidious: Chapters 1 and 2), Chapter 3 (3 precedes 1 and 2?) has a few moments that really put the fear of God into you, and some that need you to be an Insidious Insider to appreciate. A dysfunctional family, a psychic who has demons of her own to battle, a couple of tall-talking Paranormal Activity bloggers and a demon who haunts and snatches away pure souls into his unre...

Inside Out, Review: Animated emotions on a roller-coaster ride

Inside Out, Review: Animated emotions on a roller-coaster ride What if our emotions had lives of their own and operated like computer programmes, in their own make-believe world of fantasy and science-fiction? Inside Out personifies the feelings of a young girl and her parents and tries to manipulate their lives from inside their brains, without directly interfering, but subtly planting moods and reactions along the way. It has an interesting concept and some great technical wizardry to go wi...

Emma Watson will star alongside Tom Hanks in James Ponsoldt’s upcoming feature adaptation of Dave Eggers’ novel The Circle

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EMMA WATSON JOINS JAMES PONSOLDT’S THE CIRCLE Image Nation Will Finance the Film In Association with Parkes + Macdonald Productions   Playtone and Likely Story announced today that Emma Watson (Beauty and the Beast, Noah, The Bling Ring) will star alongside Tom Hanks in James Ponsoldt’s upcoming feature adaptation of Dave Eggers’ novel The Circle.  Shooting on The Circle will start September 2015 in California.    The feature adaptation of The ...

Spy, Review: Mel iss a delight

Spy, Review: Mel iss a delight Spy thrillers have spawned spoofs by the dozen, ever since James Bond’s maiden foray, Dr. No. (We can discount the earlier Casino Royale). Almost all of them were done in the farce/slapstick style. Here comes one that is part satire, part tribute, but laced with original entertaining punches. In spite of a protagonist who is a literal heavy-weight, and some off-colour jokes, writer-director Paul Feig succeeds in making the audience root for her, like a reg...

“Canadian Pakistani Music Videos (Pakistani Movie Edit)” Now Released

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“Canadian Pakistani Music Videos (Pakistani Movie Edit)” A New Addition to Pakistani Film, Music and Television Industry, now released in the USA  followed by new American-Canadian Movie and Music Album Releases.     OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE:   http://www.wiredprnews.com/2015/06/15/canadian-pakistani-music-videos-pakistani-movie-edit-now-released_20150615312907.html   Official IMDB LISTING:   www.imdb.com/title/tt4713...

Kimber Eastwood in Production for Feature Film, “Trew Calling”, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   Kimber Eastwood in Production for Feature Film, “Trew Calling”   Kimber Eastwood, Associate Producer of Trew Calling By Adrienne Papp Associate Producer Kimber Eastwood, a spitting image of her father, Clint Eastwood, sets out for excellence in cinema by starting initial production of feature length film, Trew Calling!  The film, Trew Calling,&...

Kimber Eastwood in Production for Feature Film, “Trew Calling”, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS         Kimber Eastwood, Associate Producer of Trew Calling   Associate Producer Kimber Eastwood, a spitting image of her father, sets out for excellence in cinema by starting initial production of feature length film, Trew Calling!  The film, Trew Calling, a comedic feature starring Kevin Sizemore, Tracey B. Wilson, Brooke Elliot...

Frat Dude Secret Gossip

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Frat Dude Secret Gossip   Due to extreme high volume of requests and curiosity of the general public this blog/article has to be published. The “Fratmen Fratpad Tributes” are more than 100s of songs and more than 1000 music videos given as a tribute to all the  Fratmen of Arizona. Kindly note the songs are not random and they are about actual people. The setting of the music videos is Arizona. All the other States such as California, Arkansas, Massachusetts, Chicago, Wisc...

Canadian Pakistani Music Videos (Pakistani Movie Edit) USA DVD PAY PER VIEW RELEASE

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Canadian Pakistani Music Videos (Pakistani Movie Edit) USA DVD PAY PER VIEW RELEASE   Canadian Pakistani Music Videos  (Pakistani Movie Edit)  USA DVD PAY PER VIEW RELEASE  Canadian Pakistani Music Videos (Pakistani Movie Edit) USA DVD PAY PER VIEW RELEASE    AMAZON DVD LINK: USA STORES: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00YB7HQI2/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_YADzvb04GQN9W   Canadian Pakistani Music Videos (Pakistani Movie Edit) first time World Pr...

Probing "TransFatty Lives" with Producer Doug Pray

  TransFatty Lives has its next incarnation in Hawaii. Having recently nabbed an audience award at the Tribeca Film Festival, the documentary by and about Patrick O'Brien will now get a "sneak peek screening for tastemakers" at the mini-film fest of the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity.*  O'Brien's intimate tale begins in Manhattan, where the eponymous DJ and director of short films including Paraplegic DJ and Born Again Po...

Terror Film Festival 2015 Call For Entries is OPEN

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Terror Film Festival is a blood-chilling, alien-probing, super-thrilling online international film festival designed for filmmakers and screenwriters that runs every October! And our Call For Entries is now open! We are the only film festival in the world that offers the opportunity for filmmakers and screenwriters to get major exposure by bringing the audience right to their film. Also, being online removes the shackles of venue limitations (which limits the amount of people who can s...

Pakistan goes one step ahead of India in Film and Music Industry

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Pakistan goes one step ahead of India in Film and Music Industry   Pakistani filmmaker and singer Omer Pasha topples Bollywood and years of Indian supremacy on Pakistani cinema and arts by producing a string of shorts and musicals with an international foreign cast to directly match Hollywood standards. Raised in Islamabad, Omer Pasha now permanently living in Canada, has single handedly uplifted Pakistani film and music into international spotlight.   In the tenure of less than 3 ...

The 28th TIFF will join the Cannes Film Festival 2015, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   The 28th TIFF will join the Cannes Film Festival 2015, By Adrienne Papp   By Adrienne Papp Released by the Tokyo International Film Festival         The 28th TIFF will join the Cannes Film Festival 2015   Photo : Isabella Rossellini © AFP / John MacDougall Tokyo International Film ...

Dancing for my Havana, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   Dancing for my Havana, By Adrienne Papp   “DANCING FOR MY HAVANA”, A STORY FROM THE ALLURING AND OFF-LIMITS CITY, PREMIERES IN LOS ANGELES  Released by the International Press Academy The American Cinematheque presents ‘Dancing For My Havana’, an authentic portrait of a city that still continues to mystify a majority of Americans, at its Los Angeles premiere at the Egyptian Thea...

Only 2 Days Left To Submit During Earlybird Submission Period: CampCultClassicsFest.com

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2 DAYS LEFT - EARLYBIRD DEADLINE: APRIL 30, 2015 We've partnered with FilmFreeway as our only avenue for submissions. Filmmakers, submit to the Camp Cult Classics Fest if you have a campy, b-movie, silent film, blaxploitation film, classic film, monster, experimental, or the like.  All genres are welcome from documentaries to musicals, dramas to comedies, web series to shorts. Go to: http://www.CampCultClassicsFest.com for more details. In-between indie films, we will be screening c...
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