- published: 16 Jan 2017
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It is a documentary film displaying the decline of Rajasthani Cinema
Videoclip del tema promocional "Acción y Reacción", de nuestro primer disco titulado "Dueño del Tiempo" Dirección y Producción: Andrea Marín Giselle Briceño Carlos Gutiérrez Actuación: Saliant Silva Ronald Medina Redes de contacto Lost Cinema: Facebook: www.facebook.com/LostCinema Twitter: www.twitter.com/LostCinemaBanda Pagina web: www.lostcinema.com.ve Correo: email@example.com
Scotland, 19th century. Day after day, in a vast silent mansion, a young woman awaits her fiancé’s return. ‘Lost at Sea’ is a short self-funded costume film directed, shot and edited by me. Starring my wonderful sister Roksana (and myself as the maid). Please watch in HD! /MANY THANKS to Roksana for her endless patience and encouragement. Raphaël for his support and supreme driving skills. Rob Hardy and Roman Osin for being an inspiration. Audiomachine for letting me use their beautiful track ‘Life Chronicles’ in this video. | Special thanks to Paul Gray, Gary Hall, Ben Thompson and Rob Steadman./ https://www.inessrychlik.com https://www.instagram.com/inessrychlik https://www.facebook.com/InessRychlikOfficial ~ * ~
The former Ambassadors theatre in Hay Street Perth, was based on a grand, spanish style atmospheric theatre in America, the Riveria in Omaha, Nebraska, which opened in 1927, one year before the Ambassadors, and is now preserved as the Rose Blumkin Performing Arts Theatre. The Riviera was also the model for The Capitol Theatre in Sydney, which opened on the 7th of April, 1928, with the Ambassadors opening on the 29th of September, that year. The Capitol has been restored to magnificence as a live theatre in that state. Hundreds of atmospheric theatres were built in the US between 1924 and 1932, but only a few in Australia -- of which the Capitol is the last remaining. Additional venetian and roman elements were incorporated in the design of the Ambassadors, and the Sydney Capi...
Un video hecho durante uno de los ensayos recientes, aquí mostramos uno de los temas en los que estamos trabajando actualmente. Este vídeo es baja resolución dentro de poco colocaremos uno mas nítido, solo faltan ediciones
In Glasgow in the mid-1990s, flourishing indie rock band The Delgados established cult record label Chemikal Underground, heralding a renaissance of independent music in the city that would bring the likes of Mogwai, Arab Strap and Franz Ferdinand to the world. Lost in France, an exhilarating new documentary, explores the rise of this Glaswegian music scene, revisiting a defining, chaotic trip to France in the musicians’ early careers. Featuring a stunning mix of live performances and frequently hilarious interviews, the film reunites key label personnel in an intimate exploration of friendship, memory and making music. Hosted by the Glasgow Film Festival, Lost in France screens as a nationwide cinema event on 21 February followed by an exclusive performance broadcast live via satellite...
Two Door Cinema Club - Are We Ready? (Wreck) [Official Video] Get our new album GAMESHOW now from http://www.TwoDoorCinemaClub.com Directed by Thunderlips Produced by Rupert Savage http://www.facebook.com/twodoorcinemaclub http://www.instagram.com/twodoorcinemaclub http://www.twitter.com/tdcinemaclub http://www.twodoorcinemaclub.com
Abseits vom Tourismus, Champagner und Krabbencocktails gibt es auch auf Sylt ein paar “Lost Places”. In dem ersten Teil meiner Mini Serie Abandoned Sylt stelle ich das alte englische Kino, auf dem ehemals militärisch genutzten Teil des Sylter Flughafens vor. Gebaut nach dem 2. Weltkrieg von der RAF, wurde es dann später von den deutschen Marinefliegern genutzt. Ich selbst durfte mir dort, bei der Grundausbildung Anno ‘92, ein paar Werbevideos der Bundeswehr ansehen ;) In dem noch folgenden zweiten Teil gibt es dann noch ein paar Eindrücke aus der 2. Inspektion und dem schaurig schönen Offiziersheim.... Creepy exploration of an old abandoned english Cinema on the Island of Sylt (Germany). Cinematic style!
Lost in Politics Do films have to be political? Or: On contemporary cinema, how it risks being taken over by content and why it is afraid of art. Do films have to be political? An inquiry into the cinema of Today, into the risks of its being taken over by content, and on its fear of art. On the eve of the film event routinely referred to as the most political of the big festivals, we probe the role of the political in cinema. How can films be made political without turning cinema into politics? Program: Welcoming address by Frédéric Jaeger (artistic director of Berlin Critics' Week) Theses on political cinema by Nino Klingler (film critic, programming team member of the Berlin Critics’ Week, fellow at the UdK Berlin Graduate School) Panel discussion with – Athina Rachel Tsangari (dire...
Alice Guy-Blaché was a filmmaker before the word even existed. She made her first film at the end of the last century, when cinema was still a newborn. After directing, producing and/or writing more than 700 films, she slipped into oblivion. The Lost Garden rescues the story of one of cinema's most fearless pioneers. By 1910, married and with her first baby, she founded her own production company in America. Solax became the biggest pre-Hollywood studio on the continent. But at 49, she lost her husband, her company and her illusions. The Lost Garden looks at the life and times of a woman who, with two words, changed the art of screen acting forever. "Be natural," she used to tell her actors. Television interviews from the sixties reveal Guy-Blaché to be witty, articulate and elegant. Her f...
A swedish man is lost in the woods. An elf gives him a wish.
The Australian Cinémathèque’s program of once-lost films begins Sunday 5 February 2017 with the launch of ‘Lost Cinema: Queensland Discoveries’. Join film treasure hunter Joel Archer for a lively In-Conversation, followed by screenings of two short Italian melodramas which he helped rediscover. Sunday 12 February, come along to see German seafaring adventure tale 'The White Desert' 1922 – complete with shipwrecks and bear attacks. Finally, on Sunday 19 February, the Cinémathèque plays host to the World Premiere of Lewis Milestone’s crime-caper film 'Seven Sinners' 1925 – restored and resurrected by the Academy Film Archive. Full screening details: https://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/whats-on/cinema/programs/lost-cinema-queensland-discoveries