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Amazing Barry Lyndon digital screening at B-Est with Q&A with Stanley Kubrick's producerJan Harlan

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    The all-time classic masterpiece screened to full audience at Bucarest B-Est, the film was part of an hommage to Jan Harlan (Stanley's producer) which included The Shining, ClockWord Orange... The beautifully restored digital screening restored the memories I had kept from the original print in 1972. Such a rare treat to have the privilege of hearing more on this superb work by Jan Harlan. the film took 3 years of his life (1 for pre production and one year...

Jan Harlan serves Jury President at Bucarest B-EST 8th edition

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Jury President of the eighth edition of Bucharest IFF Brief biography Jan Harlan I joined Stanley Kubrick in 1969 for his Napoleon project, which was unfortunately abandoned, but I enjoyed working with Stanley and he liked me, so I added the study of film-production with a great teacher to my previous profession. My first film as an assistant was “A Clockwork Orange”. Four years later I became Kubrick’s Executive Producer and worked for Warner Bros. on “Barry Lyndon...

Writing for the Genre World a WGA panel at the AFM

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Writing for the Genre World a WGA panel moderated by Mick Garris( creator/producer: Masters of Horror; writer/director/producer of Riding the Bullet, Fear Itself and many others. Larry Cohen writer; Phone Booth, I, the Jury and writer or director of numerous other genre favorites. Juliet Snowden and Stiles White co-writers of Boogeyman and Knowing. Stephen Susco writer: The Grudge 1 and The Grudge 2 and Red. Mick Garris began the panel at the AFM by stating that lately genre equates to horror....

The Global Film Village: Writing for the Genre World a WGA panel at the AFM

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by Marc Halperin   Stephen Susco, Mick Garris, Larry Cohen, Juliet Snowden and Stiles White photo by Marc Halperin    Writing for the Genre World a WGA panel moderated by Mick Garris( creator/producer: Masters of Horror; writer/director/producer of Riding the Bullet, Fear Itself and many others. Larry Cohen writer; Phone Booth, I, the Jury and writer or director of numerous other genre favorites. Juliet Snowden and Stiles White co-writers of Boogeyman and Knowi...

More Stars Then There Are In Heaven

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Tuesday, September 11----------The stars are shining brightly in Toronto, and I don't mean up in the stratosphere. These celestial bodies are closer to the ground, and emanate the same kind of light. As they used to say in Hollywood, more stars then there are in heaven.............

FILMMAKERS: Showcase your horror film at a haunted hotel!

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Showcase your horror film at a haunted hotel! The Estes Park Film Festival in Colorado is looking for short films in the suspense/horror genre to screen at the Stanley Hotel as part of our second annual event.  Short films in the Suspense/Horror genre will be showcased at the Stanley’s famous Concert Hall on Sunday, September 16th. The Stanley Hotel is famous among film aficionados for its inspirational role in Stephen King's novel "The Shining". Known for its architecture and m...

Production Design Retrospective at the Berlinale

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The theme of this year’s Retrospective at the Berlin Film Festival was Production Design from 1939 to the present. An admirable subject but one that might have been even further focussed; this being Berlin, it would have been more exciting to centre on the glorious films and designers of German films from the 1920s to the 40s, let’s say. But given the emphasis on the role of the production designer in current films, and, indeed, the work of living designers (some of whom attended the festiva...

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