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Chuck E. Cheese, Paddington the Bear Join Together to Celebrate the New Paddington Movie

Chuck E. Cheese is teaming up with everyone’s favorite bear, Paddington, in preparation for the January 16 release of Paddington, the movie, starring Hugh Bonneville and Nicole Kidman. Beginning November 24, Chuck E. Cheese’s locations will offer a Paddington travel tag with purchase of any meal or token package. Plus, …

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Christie Digital Projectors Power Immersive Moma Exhibition

Christie projectors have been selected by The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) for their presentation of the exhibition “Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves,”  a moving image installation by the renowned artist and filmmaker on view in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium from November 25, 2013 through February 17, …

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40 Basic Plot Points for a Feature Film

By Sherri Sheridan If you’re a screenwriter, or filmmaker writing your own script to shoot and edit yourself, and need a bit of help to get your creative juices flowing, here’s something that could really help you when you’re experiencing temporary writer’s block. These are 40 basic plot points that …

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Want to Write a Screenplay or Make a Movie?: Read Comics!

Interview with Dennis O’Neil, Marvel Comics and DC Comics by David Kaminski Comics might help you get into film school, or help you to get your first film written. Sound preposterous? Maybe not. For decades, comics have had a bad reputation, but in the last handful of years, Hollywood has …

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7 Inside Tips to Financing Your Independent Film

Advice on Private Investors, Tax Rebates, State Subsidies, and More by Stacey Parks Here are some basic approaches to financing your independent film. Keep in mind, this is not conclusive by any means but at least will give you a look at the landscape and what you’re working with when …

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The Making of the Controversial Non-Dialogue Feature Film ‘Begotten’

Interview with Elias Merhige by Scott Essman Elias Merhige, born in 1964, grew up in Brooklyn, and went to school in Tenafly, New Jersey before attending film school at State University of New York at Purchase where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1987. Best known to mainstream audiences for …

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