Monthly Archives: March 2014

The silver screen as a teaching tool?

2 interesting responses to a piece about written in the LA Times republished from this post click here

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Best Movie “lines” in video

Check out this overview of some of the best spoken words in film history. click here

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Techniscope and deep staging

Sergio Leone, considered by many to be the greatest of the 1960’s Italian directors, exploited techniscope by using a technique known as deep staging.  You can see it in Fistful of Dollars where the camera is at ground level and … Continue reading

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Boogie Stomp tonight

               Tonight at the Downtown Cinema at 7pm, the film Toni and I are sponsoring, Boogie Stomp will show for the first time. It will show again on Friday at 1pm at the Downtown … Continue reading

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The next film series

Looks like we’ll have the munchies watching the next film series.  Movies that have a food theme.  The final list of 7 films hasn’t been decided yet as I’m waiting for the votes to come in.  When it’s finalized I’ll … Continue reading

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