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Picture Perfect: A conversation with cinematographer Peter James

28 August 2013 5:20 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Trevor Hogg chats with Primetime Emmy-nominee Peter James about his career and the art of cinematography...

“My father was a house painter and my mother worked at the school canteen; she was a hairdresser as a young girl during the war,” recalls Peter James of his childhood growing up in Sydney, Australia.  “We didn’t even have a record player in the house.  We didn’t get a black and white TV until 1963.”  The prospects for the teenager did not look good until his cousin Jon Cleary, a prolific novelist who had an Oscar nominated adaptation called The Sundowners (1960) produced, intervened.   “He had written several film scripts and asked my parents, ‘What is Peter going to do when he finishes school?’  I was only 15.  They said, ‘He’s hopeless.  He can’t read or write.’  In fact I’m dyslectic. The word dyslectic hadn’t been invented in those days. »

- Trevor

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2013 Images Festival: Official Screenings Lineup

11 April 2013 9:10 AM, PDT | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

The 26th annual Images Festival will be taking over Toronto on April 11-20 with an epic series of experimental film screenings, media installations, expanded cinema performances, workshops, artist talks and tons more. With so much going on, the Underground Film Journal is just listing all the screening events below. For everything Images has to offer, please visit their official website.

Before the screenings list, here are some of the highlights:

Opening Night: Accompanying the documentary imagery of prolific filmmaker Robert Todd will be live music performed by electronic music deconstructionist Tim Hecker. Plus, there will be a new audiovisual work by SlowPitch called Emoralis, which pairs images of snails with crackly and droning rhythms.

Closing Night: Corredor will be a live performance piece combining South American imagery by artist Alexandra Gelis, accompanied by live music by drummer Hamid Drake and saxophonist David Mott.

Live Performances: Jodie Mack will provide live »

- Mike Everleth

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How Many of the Movies from Roger Ebert's List of Great Movies Have You Seen?

10 April 2013 4:28 PM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

I've mentioned before how several years ago I created a list using Roger Ebert's Great Movies, Oscar Best Picture winners, IMDb's Top 250, etc. and began going through them doing my best to see as many of the films on these lists that I had not seen as I possibly could to up my film I.Q. Well, someone has gone through the exhaustive effort to take all of the films Roger Ebert wrote about in his three "Great Movies" books, all of which are compiled on his website and added them to a Letterbxd list and I've added that list below. I'm not positive every movie on his list is here, but by my count there are 363 different titles listed (more if you count the trilogies, the Up docs and Decalogue) and of those 363, I have personally seen 229 and have added an * next to those I've seen. Clearly I have some work to do, »

- Brad Brevet

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How Many of the Movies from Roger Ebert's List of Great Movies Have You Seen?

10 April 2013 4:28 PM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

I've mentioned before how several years ago I created a list using Roger Ebert's Great Movies, Oscar Best Picture winners, IMDb's Top 250, etc. and began going through them doing my best to see as many of the films on these lists that I had not seen as I possibly could to up my film I.Q. Well, someone has gone through the exhaustive effort to take all of the films Roger Ebert wrote about in his three "Great Movies" books, all of which are compiled on his website and added them to a Letterbxd list and I've added that list below. I'm not positive every movie on his list is here, but by my count there are 362 different titles listed (more if you count the trilogies and Decalogue) and of those 362, I have personally seen 229 and have added an * next to those I've seen. Clearly I have some work to do, »

- Brad Brevet

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The 300 Greatest Films Ever Made (Part 19)

20 January 2013 8:55 AM, PST | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Our daily January countdown continues with part 19 out of 30, in our list of the 300 Greatest Films Ever Made. These are numbers 120-111. 

 

120) Schindler’S List (1993) Steven Spielberg USA

 

119) The Woman In The Dunes (1964) Hiroshi Teshigahara Japan

 

118) Strangers On A Train (1951) Alfred Hitchcock USA

 

117) Stray Dog (1949) Akira Kurasawa Japan

 

116) Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) Charles Barton USA

115) All The President’S Men (1976) Alan Pakula USA

 

114) Close Encounters of the 3Rd Kind (1977) Steven Spielberg USA

 

113) The Bicycle Thief (1947) Victorio Desica Italy

 

112) Ikiru (1952) Akira Kurasawa Japan

 

111) La Dolce Vita (1959) Federico Fellini Italy

Numbers 110-101 coming next.

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