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July 24,2017 06:00
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Up North's Second Golden Age Of Cinema

In recent years in northern Michigan, movie theaters have come to inhabit a special place in the life of small towns and foster great devotion from resi...
July 23,2017 17:40
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China Opens Cinema Theatre In South China Sea Island

China has been expanding facilities in the islands under its control encouraging population settlements in the area, where Beijing also built artificial islands some with facilities for garrison as well as airstrip reinforcing its control over the area.
July 23,2017 01:20
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Albert Hand: Oppose tax for Pearl West cinema

I respectfully disagree with the opinion piece by Sean Maher in the Business Section of the Daily Camera that the proposed cinema in the Pearl West building is a "Win/Win for Boulder. It's not even simply a "Win."
July 21,2017 20:20
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“Dunkirk's” Christopher Nolan stands up for film—and against Netflix

There's nothing quite like filming a movie on film, according to the director Christopher Nolan. His new WWII film, Dunkirk, was shot entirely on epic 65mm, as opposed to digital. And it's receiving the widest release of that film format in recent history. He says the format—especially when shown on IMAX screens—could be cinema's best defense against...
July 21,2017 07:00
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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema opening

The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema officially opened its doors Thursday in Fifth Street Station with a ribbon cutting and cocktail party.
July 19,2017 09:00
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Town Supervisor: Cinema North could start coming down Aug. 1

Days after the Town of Salina threatened to take down the neglected Cinema North themselves, the property owner has filed for a demolition permit. On Thursday, the Town of Salina began the search for a contractor to bring the eyesore down after a deadline
July 18,2017 19:40
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'Plant cinema' shows the flow of energy - Phys.org

Nothing works without fuel: plants also depend on fuel for growth and development. In living organisms, fuel comes as the universal energy currency adenosine triphosphate (ATP). An international team ...
July 18,2017 16:40
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'Plant cinema' shows the flow of energy

Nothing works without fuel: plants also depend on fuel for growth and development. In living organisms, fuel comes as the universal energy currency adenosine triphosphate (ATP). An international team ...
July 17,2017 12:20
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Former Paris Cinema had storied role in Worcester

WORCESTER - From being one of the city's crowning jewels, a place to see the latest Walt Disney or Cecil B. DeMille fare, to becoming a den of iniquity where strangers would engage in lascivious behavior, the Capitol Theatre, which later became the Paris Cinema, has a history worthy of Technicolor splendor. This week, the 90-plus-year-old structure was becoming a flickering memory in a pile of ru...
July 16,2017 14:20
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Former Paris Cinema led storied role in Worcester - telegram.com

WORCESTER - Going from being one of the city's crowning jewels to see the latest Walt Disney or Cecil B. DeMille fare to becoming a den of iniquity where strangers would engage in lascivious behavior, the Capitol Theatre, which later became the Paris Cinema, has a history worthy of Technicolor splendor. This week, the 90-plus-year-old structure was becoming a flickering memory in a pile of rubble...
July 16,2017 08:40
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Downtown Art Cinema Is a Win/Win for Boulder

When the PearlWest project at 11th and Pearl streets was approved five years ago, one of the key selling points was the inclusion of a multi-screen cinema to showcase art and independent films in the heart of downtown.
July 16,2017 00:00
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Former Paris Cinema led storied role in Worcester

WORCESTER - Going from being one of the city's crowning jewels to see the latest Walt Disney or Cecil B. DeMille fare to becoming a den of iniquity where strangers would engage in lascivious behavior, the Capitol Theatre, which later became the Paris Cinema, has a history worthy of Technicolor splendor.This week, the 90-plus-year-old structure was becoming a flickering memory in a pile of rubble a...
July 15,2017 20:40
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Owners breathe life into former Star Cinema in Webster

When Star Cinema Grill moved from its original location at Point Nasa in Webster to Baybrook Mall, some residents were worried that the old location would meet the same fate as so many other closed theaters: a space so large other businesses can't quite figure out how to efficiently utilize it, remaining unleased and slowly falling into decline. Luckily for Webster residents, the management team...
July 15,2017 05:20
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Seven Weekends of French Cinema at Northwest Film Center ...

As France celebrates Bastille Day today, the Northwest Film Center is prepping a French celebration of its own—tomorrow kicks off their seven-week series of classic French cinema, which they have dubbed, uh, Classic French Cinema. (None of the movies themselves will be dubbed, thankfully.) The selection contains a number of established classics ranging from the WWII period to the late ’60s, wi...
July 14,2017 22:20
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Hearst meet-up for 'Third Man' at Bethel Cinema

The Hearst Movie & A Martini group will be seeing the new restoration of the 1949 classic, “The Third Man,” at the Bethel Cinema “Citizen Kane” co-stars Orson Welles and Joseph Cotten reteamed for this film noir thriller, set in post-World War II Vienna.
July 14,2017 22:20
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SF's New Filipino Cinema '17 films mirror current PH realities

SAN FRANCISCO –Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) in August presents the sixth annual showcase of independent films from the Philippines with New Filipino Cinema 2017, co-curated by YBCA film/video curator Joel Shepard and Philbert Dy, a professional film critic based in the Philippines who has written for some of the country’s top newspapers […]
July 13,2017 17:00
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Foreign Cinema moves forward with adjacent wine bar and cellar

Details are still being hammered out, but early on Pirie said the goal was to fit up to 55 seats, build a kitchen and use the space for public and private events. The entire project is the byproduct of Foreign Cinema’s ever-expanding wine selection. Since 2012, general manager and wine director Shannon Tucker has added to the restaurant’s wine list, raising the total from 200 bottles to arou...
July 12,2017 21:20
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Cinema Clips: The Beguiled

According to director Sofia Coppola, this is not a remake of the 1971 film of the same name starring Clint Eastwood; it’s a new adaptation...
July 12,2017 16:40
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Demolition of Paris Cinema in Worcester set for next week

WORCESTER - One of the buildings targeted for demolition as part of the Worcester Redevelopment Authority's Downtown Urban Revitalization Plan will be coming down starting next week.Demolition of the 90-year-old former Paris Cinema at 66-70 Franklin St. will begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday, according to Quincy-based development group MG2, which owns the property and is redeveloping a 6-acre area in the d...
July 12,2017 16:40
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Cinemas may soon replace the 125-year-old projector screen with gigantic TVs

In the not-too-distant future, theatergoers may be watching movies on huge TVs instead of the movie projectors they're used to. Samsung recently unveiled a large LED* screen—like the TVs in many houses—for movie theaters. Previously, only film projectors were equipped to play films in cinemas that nowadays usually use sheets made of white vinyl. But the South Korean...
July 12,2017 04:40
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A cinema to be treasured in Mon State

Myanmar’s architectural treasures include an ornate teak cinema in Mudon that was built nearly 100 years ago and is probably unique in mainland Southeast Asia.
July 09,2017 13:40
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Bertrand Tavernier takes a journey: Filmmaker pays tribute to French cinema

Bertrand Tavernier takes a journey: The French filmmaker pays tribute to the films that give him 'so much to think about'LOS ANGELES — The hottest ticket at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, the film that people pushed and shoved hardest to get into, was not a heavy drama or heartbreaking romance but a three-hour-plus documentary on the history of French cinema. If you don't think that so...