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August 17,2017 02:20
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For $10 a month, a Netflix co-founder wants you to go to the cinema as much as you like

Imagine seeing all the movies as you want in cinemas for the same price as your monthly Netflix subscription. Mitch Lowe, who revolutionized home entertainment as a founding member of Netflix and RedBox, which mostly killed off Blockbuster home-video stores across the US, thinks that's the future of cinema. His subscription service, MoviePass, is offering US...
August 15,2017 08:20
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Sony lights up digital cinema with new line of 4K HDR laser projectors

​To keep movies looking sharp on the big screen, cinemas are increasingly going digital, either through digital projectors or huge backlit screens. Now, Sony has unveiled the SRX-R800 series, a new line of digital laser projectors capable of displaying in 4K and High Dynamic Range (HDR).
August 15,2017 02:20
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Win Tickets to See Army of Darkness at Top Down: Rooftop Cinema!

Every summer, the NW Film Center's Top Down: Rooftop Cinema screenings are some of the most fun events in town, with films screening outdoors, on the roof of downtown's Hotel deLuxe parking garage. This year's lineup is probably my favorite out of all the years of Top Down: After kicking things off with The Awful Truth and Shaft, this week the NW Film Center is screening a film that played a pivot...
August 11,2017 22:40
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Cinema Clips: Detroit

Director Kathryn Bigelow (Zero Dark Thirty) directs this uneven yet powerful at times account of the infamous 1967 Algiers Motel incident, part of a race...
August 08,2017 16:20
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Three Mile Island Generating Station at Midtown Cinema in Harrisburg

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.-- Three Mile Island Generating Station is hosting "Nuclear Night," a film series, at Harrisburg's Midtown Cinema. The film series will be aired three Tuesdays in the month of August, and the public is invited to watch the documentary 'Pandora's Promise' for only $10, with all ...
August 06,2017 12:00
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'I feel more creatively connected with cinema' | Sunday Guardian

Q. Your acting debut was with Radha ki Betiyan Kuch Kar Dikhaengi. How did acting happen for you? A. Honestly, I wanted to pursue singing as a career but then I didn’t know how to approach people for getting singing assignments. I did a job at a call centre, got some pictures done, started auditioning for different roles. In first year I got a role in Radha Ki Betiyan Kuch Kar Dikhaengi and now...
August 05,2017 18:20
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'I feel more creatively connected with cinema'

Q. Your acting debut was with Radha ki Betiyan Kuch Kar Dikhaengi. How did acting happen for you? A. Honestly, I wanted to pursue singing as a career but then I didn’t know how to approach people for getting singing assignments. I did a job at a call centre, got some pictures done, started auditioning for different roles. In first year I got a role in Radha Ki Betiyan Kuch Kar Dikhaengi and now...
August 04,2017 08:00
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Cinema Isn't Dying

AMC's Q2 pre-release warning on August 2 caused collateral damage throughout the exhibitor industry.Although 2016 was the best year ever for the US box office, market sentiment has reversed sharply ag
August 03,2017 13:00
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Summer Cinema Gradec Kicks Off Today

Calling all movie buffs and cinephiles, the new season of Summer Cinema Gradec starts today!   The 8th edition of Summer Cinema Gradec (Ljet...
August 03,2017 00:20
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SF's Opera Plaza Cinema may be going dark

The Opera Plaza Cinema, a cozy four-screen movie theater known for its independent and documentary programming, appears headed for closure. Opera Plaza LP, owner of the commercial property at the 13-story condo tower in the Civic Center, has filed a request with the city to convert the ground-floor space from a movie theater to 6,000 square feet of retail sales and service. “Opera Plaza Cinema...