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We’ve been fans of silent-movie-soundtrack specialists Minima here at Movie Talk since witnessing their bold rescoring of Germaine Dulac’s 1928 surrealist oddity The Seashell and the Clergyman in the dank and gloomy railway arches beneath London Bridge Station a couple … Continue reading
Ah, the power of cinema. You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video As Woody Allen illustrates in this clip from Hannah and Her Sisters, cinema is an amazing thing. Besides giving a suicidal man the … Continue reading
Across the UK today, a film I am strangely keen to see is opening at select Picturehouse/City Screen cinemas. Morris: A Life With Bells On is a mockumentary about that traditional English hankies and bells leaping activity known as Morris … Continue reading
Do you remember my recent post about the importance of a local cinema, where I told you about the campaign launched in Crystal Palace, my South East London neighbourhood, to petition for a local moviehouse? Well, since I last posted about this, not … Continue reading
Well, it seems that my recent post about the benefits of a local cinema hit a nerve with many of you, judging by your many comments. Clearly, I’m not the only one longing for a picturehouse in close proximity to … Continue reading
A local cinema is very important in my opinion.I expect you’re very surprised to hear that statement coming from someone who usually writes on this blog as a lounging vegetable. But, you see, I haven’t always been a couch potato … Continue reading