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Black-and-white movies are a rarity today, of course, but they nevertheless cling to a persistent and exceptional existence among more flashy fare at the multiplexes. Alexander Payne's "Nebraska," which opens Friday in limited release, follows
If a pipe bursts you will not have to wait for someone to arrive and find it for you...Freezing and thawing cycles can create cracks and weak areas in the sprinkler system. If you cannot purge your irrigation system, licensed landscapers with the
Many of you that are under 25 have probably never even used a film camera. I am here today to tell you that if you are serious about photography, learning to use a simple 35 mm SLR film camera on manual exposure mode could help you to become a much
01am on Apr 20, 2012; Modified: 5:58am on Apr 20, 2012 Works by student filmmakers will be featured during the Blue & White Film Festival, beginning at 7 p.m...The festival annually showcases the best of student filmmaking at Penn State.
While Hollywood hotties Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow hogged the fashion limelight in their black and white ensembles respectively, this year's Oscar-winner The Artist has managed to bring back the spotlight on black and white films. There have
ET Which Snow White film are you more excited for now? Poll! by Mandi Bierly Now that we've seen trailers for both Mirror, Mirror (the rom-com take on a battle-ready Snow White starring Lily Collins, Julia Roberts, and Armie Hammer) and Snow White
With the release of Snow White and the Huntsman first trailer, it was only a matter of time when the other Snow White film would get released. And now, we have it. The studio behind the film Mirror, Mirror has released its very own
Next year, we will get to see two new Snow White films. The first will be Mirror, Mirror with Lilly Collins and Julie Roberts while the other will be Snow White and the Huntsman with Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth.
After months of choosing, the studio behind the “other” Snow White film has finally come up with the title. And it is simply, Mirror, Mirror. For me it’s better than Snow White and the Huntsman.
And now Dharmendra's Haqeeqat is apparently making it's way to theatres soon. Purists are completely against colourisation but I don't mind it if it's done as well as in Hum Dono , and brings a great film forward for a new generation, a new audience,