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Looking to hear your Oscar 2012 Feedback

Tinsel & Tine: 84th Annual Oscar Round Up 2012 Monday, February 27, 2012 Tradition may be safe, but not necessarily boring. Billy Crystal was the go to, tried and true choice to host The 84th Annual Academy Awards (9th x) after the Brett Ratner "gay slur"  firing and subsequent pull out of Eddie Murphy as host. And I think most everyone in the room and in their living rooms agreed it was a good choice. Who doesn't enjoy Crystal's clever little Oscar song, ...

Call for Guest Bloggers

  I'm certain  there are a lot of film festival attendees, those who attend for professional reasons and those that attend as film buffs, who would like to share their opinions about the films and the over all festival, but do not have or want the responsibility of maintaining a blog. That's where Tinsel & Tine comes in! Send your Film Festival Experiences and Film Reviews to Include pictures when possible. We will post it as dynamic conten...


Well today is the day - its Xmas Eve. This is the day I like best, much more than I do Xmas day to be honest, as I love the build up - shops are manic and plus this is the day that I drive to my parents from Aberystwyth to Worcestershire which is lovely because no cars are on the road (since everyone rushed off on Thursday). It was not much fun coming back to 4 inches of snow though, since I hate snow with a passion, but it was good to get back and arrive into a warm house with a massive fire....

Toronto International Film Festival 2010 Wrap-Up

With a slate of 300 films over 11 days, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) which successfully wrapped on Sunday September 19th, is positioned as the second most important film festival in the world (behind Cannes). Like children in a candy store, the festival attracts 3,000 industry and press representatives from around the world, all eager to see the hotly anticipated fall Oscar contenders and the newest art-house offerings. In this report, Carol Coombes looks back at some of th...

Corespondent needed for NYC Food Film Festival 6/23 - 6/27, 2010

This is without a doubt, what Tinsel & Tine is all about! Would LOVE to be there covering all 5 days. I'm working on a press pass for at least Saturday, (6/26). If any readers attend this cornucopia of Food & Film, please write a post or two as a Tinsel & Tine corespondent. Send your musings, commentary, review, pictures to: Opening night gets underway at South Street Seaport with the "Great New York Shuck In Suck" - Featuring 7 shorts about Oy...

Cannes Film Fest Attendees - Write a Post for Tinsel & Tine

An aquaintance attended Sundance this past fall and e-mailed me her impressions of the festival along with film reviews and pics. She became Tinsel & Tine's first official festival coorespondent. I'm hoping someone attending the Cannes Film Festival would enjoy doing the same thing. It doesn't have to be elaborate, daily, or time consuming, just e-mail me your thoughts, experiences, star sightings, film reviews or commentary to to be posted on Tinsel & ...

Coverage of The Philadelphia Film Festival Spring Preview

Philadelphia Film Festival Spring Preview, presented by Pennsylvania Hospital took place this past weekend (April 9-12th)  Tinsel & Tine was in attendance.  Commentary on two of the films- I Am Love (starring Tilda Swinton) and The Square including Q&A with director Nash Edgerton is posted. More film commentary to come! Visit: TINSEL & TINE ...

The team wishes you a happy new year on the circuit

Merry Christmas from the whole team at and Girod de l'Ain, Bruno Chatelin and the rest of the gang wish you a peaceful and successful new year on the festival circuit.We have lots of things to announce for the coming month. Services that should change your festival life... See you on the festival circuit. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year ...

Joyeux Noël, Happy Holidays

What’s there to do in Paris during the holidays? Check out ÉCU’s guide to holiday time in Paris. Click on the links for more information.    By Sophie Nellis    1.   Do some window shopping. Paris’ department stores – Galeries Lafayette, Au Printemps and BHV go all out during the festive season, with haute couture-meets-Christmas window displays and fabulous lighting. This year, the fashion designer JC de Castelbajak des...


Astronomers have calculated that Christmas should be in June, by charting the appearance of the 'Christmas star' which the Bible says led the three Wise Men to Jesus.  THREE WISE MEN by ManuelSeixasOther posters from Zazzle...


Christmas is a mid-winter festival observed as the birth date of Jesus Christ. Many people celebrate the season with gift-giving, tree decorating, and Santa Claus. I am sending to you a warm and beautiful Merry Christmas.MERRY CHRISTMAS by ManuelSeixasShop for a card at zazzle" mce_src=" MERRY CHRISTMAS by ManuelSeixasShop for a card at zazzle" alt="" border="" hspace="" vspace="" width="" height="" align="" /&g...

Night Views of Amsterdam

Tuesday, November 28----With Amsterdam experiencing a rare warm wave in late November, and with Christmas lights and decorations going up all over the city, the beauty of this special place, especially at night, is pleasing to the eye and warming to the soul. A few impressions..... ...


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