Tuesday, March 30, 2010

2012 Movie Review: A Spectacular Disaster

2012 Movie Review: A Spectacular Disaster
2012 is totally not credible especially with its unequivocally cheesy, ridiculous story; and yet, this cinematic popcorn is hugely engaging with its mind-boggling visual effects.
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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

The Bounty Hunter

The Bounty Hunter: Putting Action in the Comedy
The Bounty Hunter began as a friendly over-the-fence chat between neighbors: In between the producer Neal H. Moritz (Cruel Intentions, Click, Stealth) and director Andy Tennant (Fool's Gold, Hitch, Ever After, Anna and the King).
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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Saturday, March 20, 2010

How to Make Keychains Out of Old Film Prints

How to Make Keychains Out of Old Film Prints
Those who have family members or friends who are filmmakers, people who work in film theaters and older film laboratories and editing companies could have good access to what is called a film print. Why not make something more creative from it?
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Saturday, March 13, 2010

Contending the Present Issues of the Film Industry in the Philippines

Contending the Present Issues of the Film Industry in the Philippines

Contending the Present Issues of the Film Industry in the Philippines

Now far from breathing its last breath, Philippine cinema is continuously struggling, reinventing itself – especially in the hands of new directors, mostly working on smaller productions that are now becoming more and more noticed by renowned local and international film festivals and award-giving bodies.

With digital filmmaking already becoming a norm in Philippine cinema, new and independent filmmakers with their fresh quality concepts, eccentricities, and nuances included, are now surfacing – giving the film industry its much-needed boost. Some of them are now also starting to break in to commercial film endeavors that, although the mainstream formula is still being imposed on them, the attempts to go beyond such a box is already apparent on certain aspects of their works. Yet, the local film industry clearly has a number of issues and problems that are needed to be addressed and be provided solutions to in order to make the industry thrive further.

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Contending the Present Issues of the Film Industry in the Philippines