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TCM Offers Ultimate Studio Tour With 2013 Edition Of 31 Days Of Oscar; The Academy Awards February 24th

17 December 2012 12:59 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

As the Academy celebrates 85 years of great films at the Oscars on February 24th, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is set to take movie fans on the ultimate studio tour with the 2013 edition of 31 Days Of Oscar®. Under the theme Oscar by Studio, the network will present a slate of more than 350 movies grouped according to the studios that produced or released them. And as always, every film presented during 31 Days Of Oscar is an Academy Award® nominee or winner, making this annual event one of the most anticipated on any movie lover’s calendar.

As part of the network’s month-long celebration, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has graciously provided the original Academy Awards® radio broadcasts from 1930-1952. Specially chosen clips from the radio archives will be featured throughout TCM’s 31 Days Of Oscar website.

Hollywood was built upon the studio system, which saw nearly ever aspect »

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The First New Cinerama Film In 50 Years

2 October 2012 12:40 PM, PDT | Leonard Maltin's Movie Crazy | See recent Leonard Maltin's Movie Crazy news »

One of the highlights of last weekend’s Cinerama festival at the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood wasn’t a vintage movie but a brand-new short-subject called In the Picture, shot with one of the same cameras that photographed How The West Was Won and The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm. It’s a consciously corny travelogue of Los Angeles featuring two couples (just as in Cinerama Holiday) taking in the sights: Mulholland Drive, the Griffith Park carousel, Griffith Observatory, historic Angels Flight funicular railway in downtown L.A., and a pair of brigantine sailing ships in San Pedro harbor. It so happens that one of the locals showing his visiting friends...

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11th Fantastic Films Weekend: Day 3 – Report

20 June 2012 1:56 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

The third and final day of the Fantasy Film Weekend started and although I was tired there was plenty to look forward to.  The first film would be Red Sonja, which was an easy one to start off with.  I knew that the highlight of the day would of course be The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm and the Masks screen talk with Andreas Marschall.  It was nice to know that the end was near of course as tiredness was starting to become normality and my brain needed some serious rest.

Red Sonja

Red Sonja is a film that can no way be called good, but it has it arguably has its place in cult history.  Not many films would pair up Arnold Schwarzenegger and Brigitte Nielsen in a Conan the Barbarian setting but this is obviously what they were looking for.  Conan is of course superior but to »

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11th Fantastic Films Weekend: Day 1 – Report

18 June 2012 3:17 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Joining the Fantasy Film Weekend for a second year, I knew what to expect, plenty of films and a Monday where your body feels like it wants to sleep for a whole week.  The film festival is quite a rare gem in the festival calendar as it focuses not only on the new, but the classic and at times the downright strange films.  This year there were Attractions such as a 70mm print of Big Trouble in Little China, Coraline 3D, The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm in Cinerama and most other films on 35mm where possible so this of course is one for the lovers of film of all types.

The first day was quite a leisurely stroll into the strange and horrific, just to ease into proceedings, but with Pieces being on the bill for the day it was sure to push up the gore value to a good level. »

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Preview: 11th Fantastic Films Weekend, Bradford 2012

9 May 2012 4:01 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

The National Media Museum in Bradford is, from 15th – 17th June 2012, set to play host to the 11th Fantastic Films Weekend, giving horror, fantasy and sci-fi fans in the North their annual fix of thrills and spills.

This year the festival will focus on schlock, women in horror and sci-fi, and feature a festival first – a Cinerama screening of The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm. Other highlights will include an evening of giallo treats new and old, family fun with Coraline 3D and live make-up demos, and a Hammer strand packed with rare and premiere Hammer screenings.

Special guests will include Renée Glynne who worked for many years as continuity/script supervisor for Hammer before going freelance. Her work includes The Nanny, Legend of the Golden Vampire and The Quatermass Xperiment, the HD premiere of which will be screened following her screentalk. She will be in conversation with Hammer archivist, »

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Widescreen Weekend Memories, Bradford, England (2011)

17 April 2012 7:43 PM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

As your dedicated publishers prepare to embark on our journey to the 2012 Widescreen Weekend at the National Media Museum in Bradford, England, we've finally got around to looking at photos from last year's festival. (Expediency is not one of our top qualities.) Here are some photos we snapped during the course of watching back-to-back widescreen epics from morning till late at night. 

(Photos copyright Cinema Retro. All rights reserved) 

2011:  Cinema Retro's Dave Worrall and Lee Pfeiffer take a quick smoking break during the endurance-testing morning-till-late evening epic movie marathons. Worrall is wearing the one of-a-kind Cinema Retro Where Eagles Dare commemorative shirt. We should have had hundreds made- everyone wanted to buy one!

2011: The audience was treated to a rare original trailer for The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm in 3 panel Cinerama. This year, Cinema Retro is co-sponsoring a screening of the full film.

2011: The ice »

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Update On Cinerama Widescreen Weekend Festival, Bradford England April 27-30

17 April 2012 12:15 PM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Thomas Hauerslev, who runs the fantastic retro movie web site In70mm.com, provides this full schedule for this year's Widescreen Weekend festival in Bradford, England. (Thomas also does yeoman work as one of the programmers for the festival.) The theme of this year's program is the celebration of the 60th anniversary of Cinerama. It will be a treasure trove of films rarely seen in their original format, ranging from three-panel Cinerama to Super Panavision 70 prints. Titles include the rarely-seen Russian Adventure, How the West Was Won, Ryan's Daughter, This is Cinerama, Cinerama Adventure, Around the World in 80 Days and The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm, shown for the first time in 40 years in three panel Cinerama (co-sponsored by Cinema Retro). The festival draws classic film historians from around the world, this year including Kevin Brownlow and Sir Christopher Frayling. Cinerama historians Dave Strohmaier ad Randy Gitsch will »

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Join Cinema Retro At Widescreen Weekend To Celebrate 60th Anniversary Of Cinerama, Bradford, England April 27-30

17 April 2012 6:37 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Cinema Retro will once again be attending the fabulous Widescreen Weekend at the National Media Museum in Bradford, England April 27-30. Retro movie lovers will be converging on Europe's last remaining Cinerama theater to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the legendary widescreen format. One of the great joys of the festival is that is that it allows like-minded movie lovers from around the globe to watch widescreen epics in the manner they were meant to be seen. Cinema Retro is proud to be one of the sponsors of a rare screening of MGM's The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm in its original 3-panel format. As in the tradition, Cinema Retro publishers Lee Pfeiffer and Dave Worrall will be holding court until the wee small hours at the bar of the historic Midland Hotel. Join us for a drink (or ten!) and share the mutual love of widescreen epics. 

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Cinema Retro Issue #22 Now Shipping Worldwide! Cinerama Celebration Issue!

13 January 2012 7:46 PM, PST | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Cinema Retro enters its eighth great year with issue #22, now shipping worldwide. All subscribers will be receiving their copies shortly.

If you have not renewed your subscription, please do so today! We cannot hold copies in reserve for you, so don't miss out on a single great issue during 2012. Click here to subscribe instantly through our Ebay affiliate store or click here for other methods of subscribing.

Highlights of issue #22 include special features that celebrate the 60th anniversary of Cinerama:

Sir Christopher Frayling provides a major 10 page article on the making of MGM's Cinerama blockbuster How the West Was Won, featuring deleted scenes and a wealth of rarely seen photographs. Howard Hughes pays tribute to Jack Cardiff's 1968 gut-busting adventure Dark of the Sun (aka The Mercenaries) starring Rod Taylor Dave Worrall blows the lid off the 1969 Cinerama epic Krakatoa, East of Java and takes us behind the scenes for »

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