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September 09,2018 07:40
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The Death of a Movie Theatre

When I heard about Lincoln Plaza Cinemas’ closing, I rushed to the theatre as often as I could, as though to visit a loved one in ill health.
September 09,2018 07:40
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Major plans develop for downtown; cinema to be restored

FORT WALTON BEACH — Buccaneer Gift Shop owner Jeff Ring worked in his quiet, cozy antique store surrounded by Coca-Cola memorabilia Tuesday, reminiscing on a time when downtown Fort Walton Beach was in its heyday. Ring, who opened his shop nearly 50 years ago, said he remembers a time in the '70s when he was the owner of three shops downtown, instead of just one nowadays. He said he also ha...
August 25,2018 19:20
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Plaza Plans: Historic cinema changes hands

Among the many colorfully-wrought buildings that comprise Ottawa’s Main Street stands the Plaza Cinema, a movie theater that claims the dual distinctions of “oldest operating cinema in America,” and “oldest purpose-built cinema in operation.” And now, that piece of world history is up for sale. Wednesday, Scott Zaremba was announced as the sole owner and proprietor...
August 05,2018 06:20
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Cinema Drinks!

Edwards Ridge Distillery, is an American owned and operated distillery deep in the heart of Texas.
July 22,2018 11:40
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The true-blue social cinema

TheTribune: In the metro film screenings or film festivals, there are certain kinds of boundaries,” says documentary filmmaker Saba Dewan.
July 21,2018 20:00
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James Wan on How Classic Japanese Cinema Influenced AQUAMAN

San Diego Comic-Con is a sensory overload as we battle our way through the crowds to catch a glimpse of the things that we love and the people who bring them to life. I was lucky enough to catch a quiet moment with Aquaman director and horror icon James Wan on the Warner Bros. yacht, where we chatted about the concept of a hero's journey, and the influence classic Japanese cinema has had on h...
July 08,2018 01:00
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Summertime 'Sound and Vision' back at Amherst Cinema

At a recent Amherst Cinema screening, one of the most promising previews wasn’t for any upcoming major movie, but rather the theater’s own Sound and Vision “music in film” series. The Slits’ pulsing cover of “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” was the...
July 07,2018 16:20
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Cinema chains are trying to cash in on South Koreans having more free time

New rules designed to give more free time to South Koreans—who work some of the longest hours in the world—just kicked in. As of July 1, companies with more than 300 employees must adhere to a 52-hour workweek, down from 68 hours. While bosses will no doubt grumble, those 16 extra hours could mean a...
February 14,2018 00:40
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Avon Cinema marks 80th birthday

It's a time capsule smack in the middle of the constantly changing parade of coffee shops, restaurants, shoe stores, ice cream shops, gift stores, and the looming presence of Brown University on Thayer Street.
February 13,2018 01:00
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“The Narrative Model Used in TV Series Brings Us Back to a Stage That We Long Surpassed in Cinema”: Lucrecia ...

Lucrecia Martel’s Zama was one of the few titles to escape the sweeping critical scorn heaped upon the cinematic year 2017. After getting passed on by Cannes (potentially because one of its producers, Pedro Almodóvar, was president of the jury – though that would only have disqualified it from the main competition) and inexplicably landing an out of competition slot in Venice, the long-antici...
February 12,2018 06:40
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Critical Mass: Black American cinema: designing a syllabus

Maybe irritation is a legitimate reaction to the existence of things such as Black History Month. (Any time you add a leading adjective you risk compartmentalization and ghettoization.) In a more perfect world, black history would be better integrated into the larger narrative. James Baldwin, Richard Wright and Zora Neale Hurston would be known as writers and newspaper columnists wouldn't make...
February 11,2018 20:40
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Black American cinema: designing a syllabus

Maybe irritation is a legitimate reaction to the existence of things such as Black History Month. (Any time you add a leading adjective you risk compartmentalization and ghettoization.) In a more perfect world, black history would be better integrated into the larger narrative. James Baldwin, Richard Wright and Zora Neale Hurston would be known as writers and newspaper columnists wouldn't make...
February 10,2018 03:20
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Lakki Cinema

Inspired by Mussolini, Lakki's buildings are a strange blend of Italian rationalism, Art Deco, and Byzantine styles.
February 08,2018 19:40
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Aggie Cinema Club brings film to campus

By regularly holding free and discounted movie screenings, Texas A&M’s Aggie Cinema Club demonstrates its dedication to bringing the art of film to campus.
February 07,2018 21:40
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Film week to present best of Austrian cinema

Three of the films are Israeli-Austrian co-productions, including Amichai Greenberg’s The 'Testament,' which was just screened at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in California.
February 07,2018 21:40
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Samsung's massive Cinema LED screen goes 3D

​Less than a year ago, Samsung unveiled a cinema-sized LED screen capable of 4K resolution, and followed this in July with its first commercial installation at a theater in Seoul, South Korea. Now the company has revealed a 3D version at the Integrated Systems Europe 2018 expo in Amsterdam.​
February 07,2018 05:00
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Samsung introduces The Wall Professional and 3D LED Cinema ...

Back at CES 2018, Samsung brought along a massive and modular 146-inch MicroLED TV. Now almost a month later, Samsung Electronics is at Integrated Systems Europe 2018 and has a new variant of its cinema size display dubbed The Wall Professional.
February 05,2018 14:00
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China's Wanda Sells Cinema Chain Stake to Alibaba

Billionaire Wang Jianlin’s Dalian Wanda Group is selling shares worth 7.8 billion yuan ($1.2 billion) in his Chinese movie-theater chain to Alibaba Group Holding and a firm partly backed by the government as he seeks to pay down debt at his flagship company.
February 03,2018 06:40
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Bow Tie Cinema closes in Port Washington

Bow Tie Cinemas Port Washington has closed. The cinema, located at 116 Main St., has removed all lettering from the marquee and movie posters from the outside. According to Great Neck resident Diane Coffield, the Connecticut-based Bow Tie Cinemas made a “corporate decision” to close the theater due to poor attendance and low revenues. It […]