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Is 3-D Cinema Failing Again?

The LATimes.com’s Ben Fritz reports “3-D Starting to Look Flat at the Box Office“. The ratio of grosses in theaters with 3-D screens to those that are 2-D only has declined significantly and fairly consistently since “My Bloody Valentine,” the … Continue reading

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Special showing of Disney’s “The Island at the Top of the World” to honor Peter Ellenshaw

Here’s a perfect opportunity for all you readers in the Los Angeles area to get some quality film education and take in a rarely seen film from Disney’s vault at the same time. The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society … Continue reading

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Cinema Interruptus by Roger Ebert

Cinema Interruptus is the analysis of a film “one shot at a time” as described by Roger Ebert in his latest column. It’s incrediblyly information rich, as you can tell. visual compositions have “intrinsic weighting.” By that I believe he … Continue reading

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May 2009 3-D Film War Averted

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Movie News: 3-D and a New Studio

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