Quest’anno, 2013, il festival del Cinema di Venezia festeggia la sua settantesima edizione, con un programma ricco di sorprese e proiezioni affascinanti.
La presentazione stata fatta in grande stile considerata la ricorrenza, con la direzione sapiente di Andrea Barbera.
Tra le novit pi importanti di questa edizione, che vedr Bernardo Bertolucci presidente della giuria per i film nella categoria In concorso, c quella che si chiama Venezia 70 Future Reloaded.
Gli addetti ai lavori hanno chiesto a 70 registi di tutto il mondo di realizzare un cortometraggio tra i 60 e i 90 secondi, in totale libert creativa. Tali cortometraggi saranno poi proiettati durante la mostra e resi disponibili in rete a competizione conclusa.
I generi che saranno presenti alla Mostra spaziano dallhorror (come la produzione australiana di Wolf Creek 2) al documentario, dal film danimazione (uno su tutti, Kaze Tachinu di Miyazaki) al 3D, che aprir e chiuder la manifestazione rispettivamente con Gravity (di Alfonso Cuarn, con Sandra Bullock e George Clooney) e Amazonia (di Thierry Ragobert).
I temi trattati sembrano essere influenzati dal fenomeno della crisi, non solo intesa dal punto di vista economico, che caratterizza la societ attuale. Una delle tematiche pi presenti lesplosione del nucleo familiare, la sua frammentazione, le assenze che ne segnano la sua fisionomia.
Tra i film inglesi “Philomena” di Stephen Frears, interpretato da Judi Dench; Terry Gilliam con The Zero Theorem (Christoph Waltz e Matt Damon su tutti); Under the Skin, del regista britannico Jonathan Glazer, trasposizione cinematografica dell’opera letteraria omonima dell’autore francese Michel Faber, con Scarlett Johansson che interpreta la strana protagonista.
Per gli italiani Gianni Amelio parteciper con Lintrepido, Emma Dante presenter l’opera di vocazione teatrale Via Castellana Bandiera e infine il documentario sul Grande Raccordo Anulare Sacro GRA di Gianfranco Rosi, che insieme al film americano di Errol Morris The Unkown Known: the Life and Times of Donald Rumsfeld, costituisce una prima assoluta per il film-documentario nella categoria In Concorso.
Tanta carne al fuoco come per questo Festival del cinema a Venezia e sorprese tutte da scoprire direttamente nella magnifica citt marittima.
Now available on Satellite TV Pay Per View Cinema, the same day its released on DVD, is the teen comedy 17 Again, starring heartthrob Zac Efron.
In the movie, Efron plays Mike O’Donell, a high school basketball star who seems to have everything a college scholarship, popularity, and a beautiful girlfriend. But all of that changes when his girlfriend Scarlett reveals that shes pregnant. Suddenly all of Mikes aspirations are dashed and we fast forward twenty years later. Mike (now played by Matthew Perry) and Scarlett (Leslie Mann) are separated, and Mike is living with his software genius nerd best friend Ned (Thomas Lennon). We also learn that Mikes relationship with his own teenaged children is nonexistent, and his job is at a standstill. Praying for a change after he is passed up for a promotion, Mike meets a mysterious janitor who transforms him back to his glory days and suddenly Mike is 17 (and played by Zac Efron) again.
Posing as a new student named Mark, Mike infiltrates his childrens school and learns things about them that he never knew. He also visits an unsuspecting Scarlett and rediscovers all the things that initially made him fall in love with her. Of course it should come as little surprise to anyone who watches movies that Mike will eventually learn some things about himself that will make him a better husband, a better father, and appreciate life as he never did before.
I saw this movie initially when it was released to theaters in April and I remember thinking Cute, but I could have waited for DVD. Its chock-full of the stereotypes that weve come to expect in these teen comedies (the jock bully, the trio of cheerleader temptresses, the final showdown at the basketball game with that one chance to make the winning basket), but it still works, mostly due to Efrons charms. Now that he is stepping outside of the Disney mold, Efron is proving himself to be much more than just a pretty face. He shows some surprising dramatic chops here (most notably during the speech he gives to a judge in a courtroom at the end) and I think he has a long career ahead of him as an actor in more serious roles. Leslie Mann is somewhat underused, but she is still good here, and I always appreciate seeing her in comedies (she also appeared in The 40 Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, and this summer’s Funny People.)
I think Efron fans will be tempted to give this five stars before they even see it, but if other people give it a chance they will see there is a little more than meets the eye in Efrons talent. 17 Again had heart and it wasnt crass, and I think its a movie the whole family can enjoy. Sometimes a little sugary sweetness is actually kind of endearing.
By: Frank Bilotta
More than 80% of consumers prefer the overall viewing experience of LG Cinema 3D than that of its competitors such as Sony and Samsung. >
At this years CES event, the LW6500 model from the Cinema 3D range was awarded the -Flicker-free’ certificate from both Intertek and TUV.
Intertek and TUV stand as the most globally recognised and respected inspection and certification bodies in the world.
Here we take a closer look at LG’s groundbreaking product.
In April this year, LG launched its pioneering new home entertainment range which included LG’s groundbreaking and unique Cinema 3D& – the height of cutting edge technology.
From mid-April, the range was available at major retailers. Reflecting LG’s ongoing commitment to innovation, design and functionality; proving that something that works, can also be easy on the eye as well and progressive amongst its competitors.
They are expanding their already extensive 3D offering – from cinema to Smartphones (LG Optimus 3D) – by introducing the world’s first flicker-free 3D TV range (LW450U, LW550T and LW650T series).
3D In Your Home
Using polarised glasses, weighing only 16 grams – almost half the weight of conventional 3D glasses – users are provided with a comfortable 3D viewing experience in home-appropriate screen dimensions ranging from 32 inches to 55 inches.
When you buy a Cinema 3D& TV, you are provided with an extensive seven pairs of polarised glasses; extras pairs costing only 2 each. The frames are ergonomic and designed with your viewing pleasure in mind; lightweight and comfortable, they do not require batteries, charging or synchronisation with your Cinema 3D& TV.
With several polarized glasses, it means that friends and family can enjoy the magic of 3D TV together in its stunning full HD capacity.
The Cinema 3D& TV is more than two times brighter than other conventional 3D monitors, by way of using LG’s 3D technology, you are provided with brighter and clearer images.
This technology is able to counteract any dimness that can occur within 3D images through a specialised, thin film that covers the screen. In addition, the 3D monitors also produce exceptionally clear and vivid images in 2D.
About the Author: Barry Knightly is a fan of LG Cinema 3D
Cinema is the number one entertainment solution for all. It has some magic magnetic to attract the people. In 1930, Indian people has no television, they all entertained by real time drama from the writer. And they only know the news from papers. After that the real big screen cinema enters into the India. Now India has 18 languages. Very important and famous language is Hindi. Tamil language an ancient language, it speaks only in Tamil Nadu. The first start of India cinema begins in Madras (Chennai). And after the 1950 many films started to release. The only way to watch cinema is in Theatres only.
The ancient technicians have been passed away now. They are the GURU for the newbie. The name super Star is the high proud award for any actor in Tamil cinema. When a hero provides 50 plus hit movies and he will be called as Super Star. This is not easy like it seems, every film has different story, but some of the films only can reach the victory mark, it indicates that every employer should contribute to achieve the film into success area. K. Palachandar is the one of the ancient film directors who lives still. Nearly 10 plus assistant directors were worked under him. All the assistant directors are now becomes the top ten film director list. This is awesome news to know.
Getting success in Tamil cinema is not an easy part. The old Super Stars has stopped to star in films. They only act in particular films only. The current young heroes are acting several films and they are easily notable by the use of televisions. The television turns the audience easily to know about the actors and technicians. Actor Vijay is one of the power heroes in the south zone cinema. His films are providing big profit to the produces than any hero. He is an amazing and raising Super Star. Actor Ajith is the competitor for Actor Vijay. Normally both Vijay and Ajith movies releasing in same day, but it decreases the profit, so they planned to release their films in different dates.
The people who are famous today said that how they reach this famous? The answer is simple Cinema. So to get success in short term period, we need to achieve and explore our talent in the media field. This only can turn the life of any people and make them famous. Hard work and luck are the main factors to glitter in film industry. Many educational institutes are available today to learn directing, cinematography, Arts, editing. By joining the institute and learning the course, we have the chance to contact the cine people. This is the sugar. Is not it?
Initially, going to the movie halls was the only option people had to enjoy watching movies. But now, things are different. Home cinema systems have made watching movies at home just as much fun as going to movie halls. There are many companies who have launched their home theatre systems. This article provides a comparative analysis of Samsung and LG Home Cinema Systems.
Sales revenue and features
Sony is the most popular brand when it comes to consumer electronics like LCD TV or home theatres. However, its very highly priced. The features and quality of LG and Samsung Home Cinema Systems are comparable as they fall in almost the same price bracket. When you look at the sales revenue, Samsung is presently ahead of LG. Samsung also provides for better and more advanced features as compared to LG home theatre.
When we talk of middle price segment(5.1 channel, 300 to 350), both Samsung and LG home cinema systems have their own positives and negatives .In comparison to Samsung, the sound output of LG is better in almost all models available in LG home theatre. The speaker types that can be used with Samsung home cinema system are multimedia and powered. You can also use an extra pair of rear speakers without having to use any cable. The speaker types in LG are also powered but are enabled with surround system.
Other features (same price segment)
MP3 and CD/DVD players are the player components that are common in both LG and Samsung home theatre systems. But there are other player components that are found in LG home cinema system. These are A/V receiver and radio tuner. Samsung home cinema systems can playback only DVD and DVD audio, whereas LG can also play CD, and DVD-R/RW along with DVD. Playback file formats in both Samsung and LG systems are DivX and MP3. Both the home cinema systems have theatre DSP soundfield.
Be it audio quality or other features, all differ from model to model. Some features are better in LG, while Samsung fares better in others. Therefore, it is hard to say which home cinema system is better. It is just a matter of your personal preferences and the money you are ready to shell out to buy your home cinema system. Both LG and Samsung offer good after sales services. Although Samsung truly boasts of a bigger market share, LG scores better because of better speakers and sound quality.
The first hollywood cinema movie cameras were attached directly on to the head of its tripod or alternative support, with just the crudest sort of levelling tools provided, in the manner of the still-camera tripod heads of the hollywood period. The earliest movie cinema cameras were hence resolutley static during the course of filming, and hence the very first equipment movements were thanks to fixing a camera on a moving truck. The original documented, well before cinema and hollywood, of these was movie shot by a Lumire cameraman from the rear carraige of a train departing Jerusalem in 1896, and by 1898 there were lotsof cinema movies shot inside moving trains, Hollywood was beconing. Despite listed under the confusing heading of panoramas in the sales catalogues of the time, those movies shot immediately forward from in front railway engine were usually referred to as phantom rides.
Sometime in 1897, Robert W. Paul had the very first notable moving camera mount manufactured to put 1on top of|on} a tripod, so that he could track the passing parade of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in unique uninterrupted cinema shot. The device had the equipment set on a vertical axis that could be moved with a worm gear driven by cranking the handle, so Paul placed it on public sale the next year. Films made with such a “panning” camera were also known as panoramas in hollywood listings of the earliest decade of cinema.
The standard setup for newy cinema studios in Hollywood was provided by the studio which Georges Mlis erected in May 1891. It had a glass roof and three glass walls made after the model of large studios for static photography, it was also fitted with flimsy cotton drapes that were stretched below the roof to eliminate the bright ray of the sun on brilliant days. The natural overall light devoid of real shadows that this setup delivered, and which also happens naturally on moderately overcast days, became the standard for cinema movie lighting in hollywood film studios for the next decade.
Unique within all the short hollywood cinema movies priduced by the Edison studio, which recorded pieces of the shows of variety performers for its Kinetoscope cinema viewing devices, was The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots. The film portrayed a person dressed as the queen putting her head on the execution block in front of a small gathering of bystanders in Elizabethan apparel.
As more and more people are looking for enhanced entertainment experience at the comfort of home; manufacturers have come up with the home cinema or the home theatre system. It promises to bring theatre-like movie watching experience at home with high quality audio and video output. In fact, home cinema is increasingly becoming a common entertainment item rather than an item of luxury. This gadget affords quality picture display and exceptional sound effects thereby giving theatre experience. Just imagine relaxing your weekend watching your favourite movie in your home cinema with a hot cup of coffee or a chill mug of beer. There are certain things that you can do at home watching a movie but not at a theatre. The comfort, privacy and cosiness afforded at home are just incomparable.
The home cinema system is comprised more than one electronic gadget. A high definition TV with a wide screen is supplemented with a high quality or supersonic sound system with advanced speakers and woofers. The system is complete with a DVD player. Picture clarity and better viewing is achieved with the high definition wide screen TV. You have a variety of options to choose from including LCD TVs and Plasma TVs. The high quality sound effect is supported by the multiple speakers and woofers. The DVD player is then used to play your favourite movie. You also use a CD player, but with limitations.
You can log on to www.comparenbestbuy.co.uk for some of best deals on home cinema systems. We have gathered our collection from all leading retailers in the UK and as such, our collection includes all major brands in the market. We offer ourselves as a platform for comparing these systems features wise and price wise. As such, you can get the best deals only with us.
Cinema Haven was created in 2009 to give users an option other than youtube and it’s time limits. Since then Cinema Haven evolved into first a video host, then a video indexer and most recently it sprouted it’s final beta stage where it now allows you to share videos from over 35 sources.
Some would ask why this is a big deal when there are so many other websites out there with already existing great content. Ask yourself this have you seen a video one day that you enjoyed and then six months later end up trying to find it again? Usually the answer to this is yes and for good measure. Now with Cinema Haven you can simply bookmark the video forever (until its is deleted from the original hosting website). So now instead of having to sign up for each individual site you can sign up for one and store your favorites where they are easily accessible. You are also sharing these videos with the other users of Cinema Haven. I think the best part of this feature is the ability to create your own playlist and take it with you wherever you want. Pretty useful if you ask me.me.
Cinema Haven boasts better hosting than youtube itself by accepting 9 different video format hosting from wmv, flv, to mp4 and even the infamously high definition divx format. Have an existing facebook account? Even better, you can login with it and skip the entire registration process.
This service is also great for companies looking to market their products to a smaller public than youtube which notoriously buries submissions within 2 minutes. The creator behind Cinema Haven plans to expand the service to mobile devices later this year to offer hosting of videos that often clutter our mobile devices and also to offer playback from over 70% of it’s hosted or indexed content. Folks when I say it gets no better than this I mean it. Check it out for yourselves.
Cinema Haven: The video social network
Cinema Haven: The video social network
Being able to watch movies is always exciting and watching it at the comfort of your home is always an added plus… almost as great as attending the best cinemas. My friends enjoy Hoyts the most. However, browsers generally google around the web to find the exact website that will enable them to watch movies on the web, rather than going to the cinemas.
Of course, most users do not have a clue about how to watch movies online. Actually, the process is rather simple, and erveryone can watch movies from cinemas as long as they have a computer or laptop and a high speed internet connection. Moreover, apart from movies, a film buff can even watch movies trailers online, surf through the categories of Movie titles, check out the hollywood blockbusters, display timings of nearby cinemas and an online database of movie collection. It’s a Pandora’s Box out there with a myriad of sites to watch movies, with greater options than Hoyts cinemas.
When you watch movies online, as opposed to going to any of the huge offering of cinemas (Hoyts, Sky City Event Cinemas etc…), you will experience the same hHoyts hollywood movie on an HD quality picture and dolby surround audio within the comfort of your home by paying just few bucks, (much less than what you pay at the theatres). Moreover, when you register at the cinemas movie portals, you are even served with extra features apart from only the film. You can also watch latest film trailers, hollywood star profiles, make online bookings and access the show timings as well. Even when you book a movie title against a minute payment from a extensive list of categories; you get to read the editorial reviews of that certain movie before purchasing. Thus for everyone it’s definately a win-win scenario and the quality of the film and sound is far ahead than a Blueray.
One of the most important techie issue to watch movies from online cinemas is that there is no need to burn discs, no requirement for streaming video. Rather the process is much easier, where you must register and submit a great value amount, then you get access to the movies to watch. However, to watch movies you do have certain instructions to follow. So here are a copule of the precise instructions which would assist you to watch movies at online cinemas.
o Read the feedback of video-on-demands and give your own impressions.
o Compare the domains and check the navigating and accessibility issues
o Browse the site and select the films you need.
o Find out whether the site is a rental site or not
o Check out the cost of the movies
o Check whether movie player need to be downloaded
August Bank Holiday Savings Discounts And More At Sound And Vision
This bank holiday weekend visit your local television specialists, Sound and Vision for discounts on the latest flat screen LCD and plasma televisions from manufacturers like Sony, Panasonic, LG, Philips and Sharp. p.
This August bank Holiday weekend discover discounts on a wide range of other home entertainment products like Blu-ray players, DVD recorders, home cinema systems, and Blu-ray home theatre packages. In the Sound and Vision shop there are savings to be made on AV brands like Yamaha, Kef and Onkyo.
Come along to the Sound and vision TV shop in Bolton and have a chat to their sales team about the latest technology on offer. The experts at Sound and Vision will be on hand to explain the latest features to you, including Freeview-HD, freesat-HD, Full HD 1080p televisions and all the great networking facilities of the latest televisions.
If you visit the Sound and Vision Television Shop this weekend you can experience the new generation 3D televisions from Sony and Panasonic. The all new 3D technology has to be seen to be fully appreciated. Footage on screen have a whole new level of depth, they are full of life, colour and detail.
To take advantage of cheap prices on AV and home cinema products, simply log on to the Sound and Vision website or come and visit in store and speak to one of the friendly sales team. Customer travel from all over the UK to the Award winning Sound and Vision Shop so if you are in the area this weekend, or live nearby in Rochdale, Bury, Wigan, Preston a trip in store will definitely be worth it.
The bank holiday opening hours at Sound and Vision are as normal; we will be open all day from 9am till 6pm on Saturday, closed Sunday then open Bank holiday Monday 9am till 6pm. With flexible opening times, you will have plenty of time to call in to the Sound and Vision shop this weekend for a discounted television.
If the Sound and Vision shop is out of your area, then you can still make savings online at www.soundandvision.uk.
For more information and low bank holiday prices on LCD LED and Plasma TVs as well as Home Cinema and Electricals go to Bank Holiday Television Sales or
Bank Holiday Monday Offers