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Juneau libraries offer free access to film streaming network

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Fall movies 2017: A dozen films to look out for this season

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Fall movies 2017: A dozen films to look out for this season


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Ryan Gosling movie films in Atlanta soon and needs extras | Atlanta Buzz with Jennifer Brett

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Jerry Pournelle, Science Fiction Novelist and Computer Guide, Dies at 84

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Frank Vincent, star of 'Sopranos' and several Martin Scorsese films, dies at 78

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Boston filmmaker debuts film about ‘Raisin in the Sun’ author at Toronto International Film Festival

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What to See at This Weekend's Frame4Frame Film Festival
EXPAND The short comedy Alternative Math involves a math teacher “trumped by post-fact America” over the correct answer of two plus two equals four. Arlington’s Frame4Frame Festival gets rolling Thursday, with more than 20 films set to screen during the event. Now in its second year, the festival also features art and live music around downtown Arlington. The film screenings will take place Sept   Read More ...
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Polish Film Festival returning to Elms College in Chicopee
The 16 annual Polish Film Festival will take place on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at Alumnae Library Theater at Elms College, 291 Springfield St. Many of the Polish films screened here are not available to the general public; organizers try to show a variety of Polish films, both contemporary and classic. "The films are extremely varied this year," said Carolyn C   Read More ...
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L.A.'s Latin American cinema culture is celebrated in a new PST: LA/LA series
The theaters had wonderful, even poetic names: the Azteca, the Teatro Electrico, the Mayan, the California, the Roosevelt, the Mason and the Million Dollar. But though many of them have disappeared, the films they specialized in for decades are, "Brigadoon" style, making a surprising comeback in all their glory to show us, if only briefly, what we've been missing. Los Angeles has been many things cinematic, but one of the most important is one of the least known: the 30-year period when a multitude of downtown theaters functioned as "the undisputed capital of Latin American cinema culture in the United States   Read More ...
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Instant prints from the L.A. Times photo studio at the Toronto International Film Festival 2017
Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times. Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times Polaroid-style instant prints shot by Times photographer Jay L. Clendenin at the L.A. Times photo studio at the 42nd Toronto International Film Festival. FULL COVERAGE: Toronto International Film Festival 2017 » Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times   Read More ...
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George Michael Documentary Trailer Reveals Star-Studded Lineup, Premiere Date
Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Ricky Gervais, James Corden, Mary J. Blige, and Naomi Campbell have all gathered to honor the late George Michael in Showtime’s new documentary, which revealed a new trailer and the official premiere date. George Michael: Freedom will debut on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 9 p.m. ET — 10 months after the music legend died at the age of 53   Read More ...
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Updated Disney Movie Schedule Of Release Dates Into 2020 – ‘Episode IX,’ ‘Aladdin,’ Marvel, ‘Toy Story 4’ More
Disney has no shortage of movies in its vast library of numerous studios and that is why they’re starting their own streaming service, but the new ones are coming full force too. Walt Disney Studios has so many of their own films hitting theaters in the next few years, but throw in Pixar, LucasFilms, and Marvel and it’s an insane amount   Read More ...
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Lady Gaga Tearfully Details Health Struggles in New Documentary Trailer
The latest trailer for Lady Gaga’s upcoming documentary is shedding light on her ongoing struggles with chronic pain, which has led the pop star to . “I have chased this pain for five years,” Gaga says in the new preview, as footage of the 31-year-old in tears over her condition flashes onscreen. “But, when I feel the adrenaline of my music and my fans, I can f—ing go   Read More ...
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MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival coming to Rowan Public Library - | WBTV Charlotte
Do you enjoy thought-provoking short films with free admission and free refreshments? If so, check out the 20th annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival, hosted by Rowan Public Library Oct. 2-7. RPL   Read More ...
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New Hampshire Film Festival being planned in Portsmouth
PORTSMOUTH — The 17th annual New Hampshire Film Festival is scheduled for Oct. 12 to 15 at venues throughout downtown Portsmouth. Nicole Gregg, the executive director for the film festival, said screenings, panels and workshops will be held at The Music Hall on Chestnut Street, The Music Hall Loft on Congress Street, Moffatt-Ladd House on Market Street and 3S Artspace on Vaughan Street   Read More ...
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At the Toronto International Film Festival, the director still reigns supreme
Two days before the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival got under way, the news broke that Colin Trevorrow would no longer be directing “Star Wars: Episode IX,” marking the latest high-profile split between Lucasfilm and a filmmaker hired to steer one of its most closely guarded properties. One week later, it was announced that Trevorrow would be replaced by J.J. Abrams, a known franchise quantity who successfully steered 2015’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens   Read More ...
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Baseball HOF getting ready for its annual film festival
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — The National Baseball Hall of Fame is getting ready for its annual film festival. A screening of "Million Dollar Arm" kicks off the 12th annual celebration of the national pastime Friday in Cooperstown. The 2014 Walt Disney Pictures release tells the story of two pitchers who were discovered in India by an agent in a last-ditch effort to save his career   Read More ...
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Juneau libraries offer free access to film streaming network
For those in Juneau, a library card is about to feel like a movie ticket. Kanopy, an on-demand video streaming service, is now available for free for library card holders at the Juneau Public Library. This service allows access to more than 30,000 films, including documentaries, feature films, TV programs and more. Users are allowed to watch eight films per month, and once they check out a movie, they have three days to watch it   Read More ...
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Upcoming film Noir Festival revels in darkness
As Turner Classic Movies’ “Czar of Noir,” Eddie Muller has seen some dark films – movies with no actual good guy, or where the good guy turns bad. Maybe the innocent don’t always survive, or bad deeds go unpunished. But as the host of TCM’s 10 a.m. Sunday morning series “Noir Alley,” the suave Muller always has a twinkle in his eye as he presents films from a moody, shadow-strewn set, with an implied (or real) cocktail close at hand   Read More ...
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'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing' wins at Toronto film festival
TORONTO (Reuters) - Director Martin McDonagh’s comic drama, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” won the award for audience favorite at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday, giving the film a boost ahead of the upcoming awards season. Frances McDormand plays a grieving mother frustrated with the police’s lack of progress in finding her daughter’s killer. The film, which screened in Venice earlier and is set for wide release later this year, won the Grolsch People’s Choice Award   Read More ...
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‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Wins Top Prize at Toronto
Moviegoers at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday gave the event’s top prize, the Grolsch People’s Choice Award, to the dark comic drama “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” starring Frances McDormand. Photo Written and directed by Martin McDonagh, the film, which also took best screenplay at the Venice Film Festival earlier in the month, tracks a mother’s efforts to get investigators, including a police chief played by Woody Harrelson, to solve her daughter’s killing   Read More ...
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Filmmakers got perspective of R.I. Vietnam vet
Wayne Smith, who spent 18 months in Vietnam as a combat medic, is one of the voices in Ken Burns' 10-part documentary, "The Vietnam War," which debuts Sunday night. Mark Patinkin Journal Columnist markpatinkin I heard that Wayne Smith is among the voices on Ken Burns' 10-part Vietnam War documentary, debuting on PBS tonight, so I sat with him to ask what it was like over there   Read More ...
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What's up for the weekend? Lobsters, surfing and old-fashioned reminiscing
From surfing and lobsters to provocative films, international culture and old-fashioned reminiscing — a fascinating weekend is on the way. Palm Springs Thought-provoking films about family, prejudice, gender refugees and humanity run during Cinema Diverse: the Palm Springs LGBTQ Film Festival. The films come from India, South Africa, Puerto Rico, Germany, Iran, Syria, Netherlands, France and Canada. These films can be intense, which makes for engaging afterward   Read More ...
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Filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick offer a look at ‘The Vietnam War’
LOS ANGELES – It took filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick 10 years to make a documentary about the Vietnam War and, even then, they say, it continued to morph. “It was just our obligation to wrestle this large, complex story, this complex narrative over 10 episodes and 18 hours without sort of trying to find a particular market or group,” Burns says   Read More ...
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TV tonight: 'Emmy Awards,' 'Vietnam War' documentary
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Email TV tonight: 'Emmy Awards,' 'Vietnam War' documentary What’s worth watching, and what might not be, in prime time. Sent! Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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What’s on TV Sunday: ‘The Vietnam War’ and ‘Vice Principals’
A new documentary series lays bare the repercussions of the Vietnam War. And Danny McBride won’t let up until he pins down a culprit in Season 2 of “Vice Principals.” What’s on TV THE VIETNAM WAR 8 p.m. on PBS (check local listings). Directors Ken Burns and Lynn Novick spent 10 years working on this gripping documentary series, encapsulating the impact of the Vietnam War on both Vietnamese and American citizens through harrowing archival footage, news broadcasts and oral histories   Read More ...
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Fall movies 2017: A dozen films to look out for this season
After this endless Seattle summer (who knew?), it’s finally time to think about fall, which will bring sweater weather and a LOT of new movies. Me, I’m treading water until we get to the Christmas release of Paul Thomas Anderson’s untitled new movie, which may or may not be Daniel Day-Lewis’ last, and in which the actor may or may not be playing fashion genius Charles James   Read More ...
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Ryan Gosling movie films in Atlanta soon and needs extras | Atlanta Buzz with Jennifer Brett
“First Man,” a biopic about astronaut Neil Armstrong with Ryan Gosling in the lead role, films in Atlanta soon. It’s based on the book “First Man: A Life Of Neil A. Armstrong” by James Hansen. Oscar winner Damien Chazelle directs. Filming starts in October and casting folks “will be doing invite only casting call to meet with director.” Their instructions: “please make your pictures are clear and in focus   Read More ...
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Oh, Mother! Jennifer Lawrence’s Film with Boyfriend Darren Aronofsky Receives F CinemaScore
Not even Jennifer Lawrence could win over CinemaScore audiences with mother! Her new ‘WTF’ film with director (and current boyfriend) Darren Aronofsky earned the dreaded F from the movie polling company after Friday night screenings. CinemaScore grades films based on reactions from moviegoers at the start of opening weekend at theaters across North America and Canada with a ballot of six questions   Read More ...
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See the stars at Toronto Film Festival
What are Hollywood's biggest stars doing 'oot and aboot' in Canada? Attending the Toronto International Film Festival of course.Helena Bonham Carter was the queen of the day (that purse proves it, no?) at the premiere of '55 Steps' on Friday.   Read More ...
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Straight Up Hollywood podcast: Best (& worst) of the Toronto film fest, 'Young Sheldon'
This week, Straight Up Hollywood travels to Toronto for films, Burbank for a boy genius and Hollywood for singers, dancers — and puppies! West Coast Entertainment Editor Andrea Mandell (@AndreaMandell) breaks down the Toronto International Film Festival, where she took in 16 movies in five days while interviewing the likes of George Clooney and Javier Bardem. Listen in to get her thoughts on anticipated films including Guillermo del Toro's , Clooney's Suburbicon, Greta Gerwig's Lady Bird, Margot Robbie's I, Tonya and Darren Aronofsky's mother! Keep listening, because we've got the lowdown on Young Sheldon, the prequel spinoff of The Big Bang Theory, from TV reporter Bill Keveney (@billkev)   Read More ...
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The Vietnam War: A conversation with filmmaker Ken Burns
By MIKE PRIDE Editor emeritus On a sultry summer day last month, I drove winding westward roads to Walpole to interview Ken Burns about The Vietnam War, his and Lynn Novick’s new film, 10 years in the making. I had seen an advance copy for the purpose of reviewing it. The film opens tonight at 8 on PBS with the first of 10 episodes   Read More ...
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Cinema Detroit launches Mexican film program
In honor of Hispanic History Month, which runs from Sept. 15-Oct. 15, Cinema Detroit is presenting its first ever Cine Mexico Now. program. The film series includes seven films from Mexican filmmakers, stretching from science fiction to film noir to family friendly fare. The program begins Sunday with “Tesoros,” which translates to “Treasures,” an adventure about several children looking for buried treasure off the coast of Mexico   Read More ...
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Jerry Pournelle, Science Fiction Novelist and Computer Guide, Dies at 84
Jerry Pournelle, a prolific writer of science fiction novels and witty advice columns for computer users, died on Sept. 8 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 84. The cause was heart failure, his son Phillip said. Dr. Pournelle had just returned from Dragon Con, the annual convention in Atlanta for fans of science fiction, fantasy and other genres. In his final blog post, written the day before his death, he mentioned having contracted a cold and flu on the trip   Read More ...
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Toronto International Film Festival report: Fewer movies but still front-loaded with Oscar bait
The black limo pulled up in front of the Princess of Wales Theatre as throngs of screaming fans positioned themselves for the big moment. The passenger door opened and out stepped – Judi Dench. The 42nd annual Toronto International Film Festival, which screened 255 feature-length movies in 11 days, hosted many celebrities – George Clooney! Angelina Jolie! – but I found it oddly comforting that Dench, indomitable in her 80s and appearing here as Queen Victoria in “Victoria and Abdul,” should also rate the selfie treatment   Read More ...
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Time for the Boston Film Festival
The Boston Film Festival celebrates its 33rd year Sept. 21-24 with a modest but eclectic lineup of scripted features, documentaries and shorts. Actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers (“Mission: Impossible III,” “The Tudors”) and director Daniel Zelik Berk, a Brandeis graduate, will attend the Sept. 23 world premiere of their thriller, “Damascus Cover,” at AMC Boston Common. Set in 1989 after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it’s about a veteran spy who’s sent undercover to smuggle a chemical weapons scientist and his family out of Syria and who runs into life-threatening dangers and complications   Read More ...
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Tough Guys and Gals on Film
Sure, Warner Bros. broke the sound barrier with “The Jazz Singer,” but in the early years of talkies it carved out its true turf as the home of gangster films. Film Forum’s “Tough Guys, Tough Dames … Tough Pictures” series, starting Friday, Sept. 22, includes 27 movies from the 1930s and ’40s; David Thomson, author of a new history of the studio, introduces several screenings   Read More ...
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Digitising film reels with Pi Film Capture
Joe Herman’s Pi Film Capture project combines old projectors and a stepper motor with a Raspberry Pi and a Raspberry Pi Camera Module, to transform his grandfather’s 8- and 16-mm home movies into glorious digital films. We chatted to him about his Pi Film Capture build at Maker Faire New York 2016: What inspired Pi Film Capture? Joe’s grandfather, Leo Willmott, loved recording home movies of his family of eight children and their grandchildren   Read More ...
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9/11 Kids Seek Funds to Finish Filming of Groundbreaking Documentary ‘We Go Higher’: ‘We Want People to See Hope’
The filmmakers behind , the first-ever documentary about – and made by – the kids of 9/11, have started a three-week campaign to raise funds to finish filming. The documentary features interviews with children from all over the country who lost parents on 9/11 to help “redefine their story from one of tragedy to hope,” says Women Rising founder and filmmaker Sara Hirsh Bordo   Read More ...
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Top sports films of all time
Sports are about more than watching one team or player win or lose. Supporting competitors can be family traditions, places to find new friends, or even a life-defining event. So it’s only fitting that sports films are popular – they can carry with them a deep love of a sport. But which ones are the most genre-defining? Or which ones surpass the genre entirely? New research from SBO   Read More ...
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9/11 Kids Seek Funds to Finish Filming of Groundbreaking Documentary We Go Higher: 'We Want People to See Hope'  
The filmmakers behind , the first-ever documentary about – and made by – the kids of 9/11, have started a three-week campaign to raise funds to finish filming. The documentary features interviews with children from all over the country who lost parents on 9/11 to help “redefine their story from one of tragedy to hope,” says Women Rising founder and filmmaker Sara Hirsh Bordo   Read More ...
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Fall TV preview: 10 show premieres and documentaries you won't want to miss
The fall TV season that kicks into gear over the next couple of weeks boasts a whole lot of returning favorites and new offerings. In keeping with a recent TV tradition, autumn starts off somber. The first episode in the highly anticipated Ken Burns-Lynn Novick documentary “The Vietnam War” airs Sunday on PBS. On the happier side, Sunday also features the annual Emmy Awards (8 p   Read More ...
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The films you can't miss (and a few more)
Three upcoming films have “wonder” in their titles. Woody Harrelson is everywhere. And Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep get a chance to claim gold once again, this time with Steven Spielberg. The fall film season – usually the one where Oscar winners are plucked – boasts plenty of odd concepts and a lot of repetitive motion. In addition to Harrelson, there are repeat performances from Miles Teller, Nicolas Cage, Don Johnson, Julianne Moore and Matt Damon   Read More ...
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Dan Gilroy on bringing 'Roman J. Israel, Esq.' to life with Denzel Washington
Sept. 14, 2017, 11:49 a.m. Dan Gilroy on bringing 'Roman J. Israel, Esq.' to life with Denzel Washington Among the final films announced for this year's Toronto International Film Festival lineup was the world premiere of "Roman J. Israel, Esq." Written and directed by Dan Gilroy, the film stars Denzel Washington as a political activist who has spent years working in the backroom of a small law firm   Read More ...
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Chester Bennington’s Son Films Suicide Prevention Videos 2 Months After Singer Took His Own Life
It’s been two months since Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington took his own life, and his teenage son Draven Sebastian Bennington doing what he can to prevent others from going down the same path. The 15-year-old boy has filmed two videos in the wake of his father’s death, released in honor of National Suicide Prevention Week. The first, posted to YouTube on Sunday, features Draven sitting in a garden outside as Linkin Park’s “Numb” plays in the background   Read More ...
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Matt Damon headlines documentary screening
After promoting his upcoming films “Suburbicon” and “Downsizing” at the Toronto International Film Festival last week, Matt Damon was in Boston Wednesday to highlight another project, an issue he said has been “at the forefront of our family and dinner table conversations my entire life.” Damon, a Cambridge native, narrated Sarah Mondale’s film “Backpack Full of Cash,” a 2016 documentary about the movement to privatize public education   Read More ...
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