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May 16, 2008

It’s hard to escape the buzzword “green” nowadays. More and more people are trying to make their everyday activities environmentally-friendly.

May 15, 2008

When The Lord of the Rings trilogy became a cultural phenomenon, people no longer had to imagine J.R.R. Tolkien’s mystical,

April 30, 2008

It’s really impossible to hear something like “sorting hat” or “invisibility cloak” and not feel at least a little of

April 25, 2008

The Tribeca Film Festival has selected the Eastman Kodak Company as its official Technology Sponsor. Kodak will provide educational segments

April 24, 2008

This summer is unusually packed full of comic book and graphic novel adaptations, starring old favorites and some fresh faces.

April 21, 2008

Everyone knows Oscar-winning director John Huston as the man behind such classic fiction films as The Maltese Falcon and The

April 18, 2008

At its core, the Los Angeles United Film Festival believes that a film festival can unite people from diverse backgrounds

April 14, 2008

In a world dominated by film and television, stories that don’t appeal to a large demographic are often overlooked. Vídeo

April 11, 2008

The Coney Island Film Festival’s legendary opening night is probably the best indicator of the festival’s verve, with burlesque shows

April 4, 2008

Twenty-five moviemakers were honored by the jury of the 46th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival on March 30th. The three-person

March 21, 2008

A man who travels around the world to preach doesn’t usually find favor in the modern-day era of technology and

March 20, 2008

As the founder of the New York Cinema Market, a self-taught moviemaker and corporate banker, Paul Chau believes independent moviemaking

March 14, 2008

Ed Harris’ character Christof in Peter Weir’s Oscar-nominated The Truman Show put the appeal of reality television into words when

March 7, 2008

Christopher Rouse (The Bourne Ultimatum) may have walked away with the award for Best Editing at this year’s Oscar ceremony,

February 22, 2008

At NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2003, film students Emma Heald and Gina Abatemarco were sick of living

February 18, 2008

Winners of the 2008 Kairos Prize for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays were announced at the 16th annual Movieguide Faith and Values

February 15, 2008

Even though Hunter S. Thompson set up the panel discussion on art and film at the 2003 CineVegas Film Festival,

February 8, 2008

Unless an independent film gets financed by a large company, you aren’t likely to find it at your local Blockbuster.

February 8, 2008

Since its inception in 1999, Virginia’s Hollins University’s Screenwriting and Film Studies master’s degree program has scored some major talent

February 1, 2008

The animated opening credits of the Oscar-nominated film Juno are set to a tune by a children’s songwriter with a