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20 items from 2010


Trailer and Poster for Documentary Fezeka’s Voice

10 November 2010 8:30 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

We just got sent this new trailer and poster for Fezeka’s Voice, a documentary which tracks the true life journey of a choir and their jouney across Africa and Europe. Though the journey was seemingly impossible practically and logistically, it just goes to prove that anything is possible.

Synopsis: Fezeka’s Voice tells the true story of choirmaster Phumi Tsewu and his unwavering dedication to his township, his school and his choir. For 15 years he has been teaching the children at Fezeka High School in Gugulethu, South Africa – not just how to sing but how to live. Chronicling the highs and lows of their first adventure overseas to perform on a world stage, the film exposes Phumi’s commitment and spirit as he teaches his students everything from manners to Mozart, bringing them focus, pride and joy.

Produced by London based company Ciel Productions and Exec Produced by Dartmouth »

- David Sztypuljak

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Film Power 100: who have we missed?

24 September 2010 1:57 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

In determining who in the film industry has the greatest impact on you, we had to make some controversial and ruthless decisions. Did we get them right?

It was like herding cats. Then getting the same cats walking in a straight line, on their hind legs, in single file. How do you even go about setting up a Film Power 100?

The first question we had to think about was what sort of "power" are we talking about? Money talks in the film industry, so did we want to list the top earners, or the biggest budgets, or largest companies? But what sort of power did that represent? We felt it was vital for our list to reflect cultural impact as well as economic; some people may be massively wealthy, bathing every day in gold-dust-infused champagne, but haven't made a relevant film in decades. That's why, to be blunt, no one »

- Andrew Pulver

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Video Blog: Tron Legacy Set Visit

6 July 2010 12:03 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

It’s Friday, June 26, 2009.  I’m sitting across the room from Jeff Bridges and he’s talking about playing Kevin Flynn in Tron: Legacy.  All around me are the most amazing concept drawings of what the film is going to look like.  If fans could see what Disney has planned for them in this room they’d be counting down the days till the film gets released.

Last summer, when the movie was being filmed, Disney invited a few lucky online journalists to the Vancouver set.  At the time, Tron: Legacy was shrouded in secrecy and the few of us that walked on the set were treated to an amazing visit and given a ton of access to the story, shown the practical sets, and we were able to interview the cast.  Since that day, I’ve waited patiently, wanting  to be able to recount all of my experiences on »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Social justice films get into the fast lane

24 March 2010 7:10 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

New distribution channel, backed by Age of Stupid director Franny Armstrong, will use screenings to raise awareness and funds

Bideford Sustainability Group in Devon was formed last week following a screening at the local Baptist church of the climate change film, The Age of Stupid. The organisers of Good Screenings, a new distribution channel for social action films, launched today, hope it will lead to more public screenings of low-budget social justice films and a growth of campaigning groups on the back of the issues raised.

"Schools, churches, voluntary groups and associations will all be able to use the screenings as a vehicle to raise both awareness and funds," says Franny Armstrong, director of The Age of Stupid and the driving force behind Good Screenings.

Visitors to the Good Screenings website will be able to calculate the licence fee to pay for screening a film in public, according to the »

- Alison Benjamin

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Jeff Bridges On Set Interview Tron Legacy - Read or Listen Here

16 March 2010 12:02 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

If you’re looking forward to Tron Legacy, today is a great day.  That’s because Disney is finally letting me post some of the on set interviews I did in Vancouver last June when Tron was in the middle of production. While movie studios usually make you wait until a film is very close to release before they’ll let you post on set interviews, Disney has set it up so every few months I’ll be posting new Tron Legacy stuff.  It’s a unique plan that’s awesome for everyone.

As you might imagine, getting to ask Jeff Bridges questions on the set of a Tron movie was a real thrill and something I’ll never forget.  I grew up loving the original Tron and when Disney announced they were making a sequel, I pretty much freaked out.  Thankfully, now that the embargo has lifted, I can »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Steven Lisberger On Set Interview Tron Legacy - Read or Listen Here

16 March 2010 12:02 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Last June, when Tron Legacy was still filming, I got to visit the Vancouver set with a few other online journalists and interview the cast and original Tron director Steven Lisberger (4th one from left in the picture).  While some might be nervous the sequel to Tron would somehow forget about Steven Lisberger and the vision he had for the Tron universe, I can assure you Lisberger is extremely involved in the sequel and had been on the set for the entire shoot.  As a huge fan of the original film, I could not be happier that Disney didn’t forget about the man who created everything.

Anyway, in the middle of a cold Vancouver night, a small group of us went into a tent near the soundstage and got to speak to Lisberger about the sequel.  He told us why Joe Kosinski was the right director for the job, »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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4 Awesome New High Resolution Images from Tron Legacy - From The End of the Line Club in the Movie!

16 March 2010 12:01 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Disney has released 4 new high resolution images from Tron Legacy.  The images were all taken in The End of the Line Club in the movie.  If you read/watched my Tron Legacy set report, it makes sense.  But for those that didn’t…The End of the Line Club is one of the locations in the movie and it’s the one I got to visit when I went to Vancouver last June to visit the set.  As you’ll see in the images, the sequel to Tron isn’t some green screen movie.  Not at all.  It surprised me to learn they built a lot of practical sets and The End of the Line Club blew me away with how detailed it was and hopefully you can see that in the images.

But what’s also great about the images is it’s our first real look at Jeff Bridges »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Jay’s Year Of Movie Watching

9 March 2010 7:14 PM, PST | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

So last year I joined Twitter and desperately struggled to figure out a good use for it. Assuming most people following my account might come from the Film Junk podcast, I thought it might be an idea platform to keep track of what films I've been watching and what ratings I give them. My first post was March 9th, 2009 with David Cronenberg's The Brood (3.5/4) and since then I've managed to check out a good number of great films over the last year. (Jacques Tati's Play Time and Wim Wender's Paris, Texas are definitely two stand outs on this list.) Many of these are first time viewings, but a there are also a lot of movies I just felt the urge to revisit. So what do you think? Any favourites? Have a look for yourself after the jump! The Brood, (Cronenberg, 1979) 3.5/4 Operation Crossbow (Anderson, 1965) 3.5/4 Watchmen, (Snyder, 2009) 3/4 Pontypool, (McDonald, 2008) 4/4 Pinocchio, »

- Jay C.

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Single, Together, Whatever | Legends: Dennis Wilson | Lark Rise to Candleford | Wonders of the Solar System | Watch this

5 March 2010 10:45 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Single, Together, Whatever | Legends: Dennis Wilson | Lark Rise to Candleford | Wonders of the Solar System and more

Saturday 6 March

Single, Together, Whatever

12.45pm, BBC2

New documentary about the love aspirations of a group of teenagers. Mike is 17 and popular but will the girl he fancies agree to go steady? Have a clue – he looks like Kenickie and exudes self-assurance. Mild peril it ain't. Kaytee thinks she and best friend Matt should take things to the next level but he's sending out mixed signals. And Stan's Facebook status has been "single" since he set up the account, largely due to crippling shyness. No acne or embarrassing bum fluff here. It's the cast of Skins with more time on their hands.

The End Of The Line

7.15pm, Channel 4

The line in question is the one draped into the world's oceans to lure the inhabitants to your plate. Rupert Murray's »

- Julia Raeside, Andrew Mueller, Will Hodgkinson, John Robinson, Richard Vine, Ali Catterall, David Stubbs

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[DVD Review] The End of the Line

25 February 2010 5:00 AM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

I know Rupert Murray’s The End of the Line means well – I could hardly accuse the film of pandering on a renowned topic – it doesn’t. The End of the Line focuses on the growing problem of over-fishing, the ecological damage wrought by the practice, and the far reaching effects of a natural resource once deemed permanently inexhaustible – the ocean. The End of the Line is based on the book of the same name by Charles Clover, and his investigation forms the crux of a series of interviews that stretches to global proportions. Director Murray and narrator Ted Danson (most recently a regular on FX’s Damages) probe into the harrowing consequences of this practice – one that shows no signs on stopping.

Like I said, The End of the Line earns its stripes – it’s a well-meaning documentary, crafted with a steady and skillful hand. Rupert Murray, who also lensed the film, »

- Mark Zhuravsky

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[DVD Review] The End of the Line

25 February 2010 5:00 AM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

I know Rupert Murray’s The End of the Line means well – I could hardly accuse the film of pandering on a renowned topic – it doesn’t. The End of the Line focuses on the growing problem of over-fishing, the ecological damage wrought by the practice, and the far reaching effects of a natural resource once deemed permanently inexhaustible – the ocean. The End of the Line is based on the book of the same name by Charles Clover, and his investigation forms the crux of a series of interviews that stretches to global proportions. Director Murray and narrator Ted Danson (most recently a regular on FX’s Damages) probe into the harrowing consequences of this practice – one that shows no signs on stopping.

Like I said, The End of the Line earns its stripes – it’s a well-meaning documentary, crafted with a steady and skillful hand. Rupert Murray, who also lensed the film, »

- Mark Zhuravsky

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Contest: Win The End of the Line on DVD

23 February 2010 11:14 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

The End of the Line hits the shelves on DVD today, February 23, and we certainly have to celebrate this powerful documentary that was endorsed by both National Geographic and Greenpeace. We have a brand new contest lined up and we're giving away copies of this new DVD - which takes a deeper look into the impending extinction of bluefin tuna - to our readers. These powerful discs will surely go fast, so enter this contest today.

Winners Receive:

The End of the Line DVD

to win this brand new DVD today.

Imagine an ocean without fish. This is the future-in less than 40 years-if we do not stop, think and act. Narrated by Ted Danson and based on the acclaimed book by Charles Clover, The End of the Line shows firsthand the effects of our global love affair with fish as food. It examines the imminent extinction of bluefin tuna, the »

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Ben Affleck, Matt Damon reteam; 'Up,' 'Family Guy' get Genesis Awards noms

18 February 2010 9:35 AM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Oscar-winning "Good Will Hunting" screenwriting buddies Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are teaming up again.

The actors are in talks to seal up a first-look producing deal at Warner Bros., according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The buddies have had a hand at producing together before with LivePlanet, which had a deal back in the day with Disney. It's not certain if the duo will create a new name for the new venture or stick with LivePlanet.

LivePlanet has been involved with Disney's upcoming "Tron Legacy" and was also behind the "Project Greenlight" features and Affleck's directorial debut "Gone Baby Gone," starring his brother Casey.

In other movie news, The Humane Society of the United States have announced their nominees for the Genesis Awards in film, TV and news reports. The awards recognize those media projects that feature animal protection issues.

The nominees:

Feature Film

"Up"

"Hotel for Dogs"

"The Men Who Stare at Goats »

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Ben Affleck, Matt Damon reteam; 'Up,' 'Family Guy' get Genesis Awards noms

18 February 2010 9:35 AM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Oscar-winning "Good Will Hunting" screenwriting buddies Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are teaming up again.

The actors are in talks to seal up a first-look producing deal at Warner Bros., according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The buddies have had a hand at producing together before with LivePlanet, which had a deal back in the day with Disney. It's not certain if the duo will create a new name for the new venture or stick with LivePlanet.

LivePlanet has been involved with Disney's upcoming "Tron Legacy" and was also behind the "Project Greenlight" features and Affleck's directorial debut "Gone Baby Gone," starring his brother Casey.

In other movie news, The Humane Society of the United States have announced their nominees for the Genesis Awards in film, TV and news reports. The awards recognize those media projects that feature animal protection issues.

The nominees:

Feature Film

"Up"

"Hotel for Dogs"

"The Men Who Stare at Goats »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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'The End of the Line' a frightening call to action, DVD out Feb. 23

16 February 2010 9:51 AM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

"The End of the Line" is a frightening call to action documentary on the ocean's plight, specifically regarding the fish populations of all the seas. Starring Ted Danson as the narrator, the DVD will be available to rent and own next Tuesday, February 23rd. Trailer from theatrical: Imagine a world without fish, filmmaker Rupert Murray did, and he has produced "The End of the Line." .The inconvenient truth about the impact of overfishing on the world.s oceans...The Economist This is the future.in less than 40 years.if we do not stop, there will be no fish claims Murray. Narrated by Ted Danson and based on the book by Charles Clover, The End of the Line »

- April MacIntyre

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BioShock 2 Audio Diaries Locations Guide

12 February 2010 6:00 PM, PST | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

Collecting audio diaries in BioShock 2 is mostly not necessary to completing the game on Xbox 360 or PS3. Some will provide valuable information to proceed such as door codes, but by and large they can be skipped.

If you want the full BioShock 2 narrative experience, you'll want all these collectibles - or at least as many as you can find. Each audio diary a small snippet of the Bioshock 2 story unavailable anywhere else in the game.

To help you find all the audio diaries, we've cobbled together the following Bioshock 2 audio diary locations guide that spells out where all of the 129ish (there might be more?) gadgets are located in the game by level. For the most part they are listed in order as you might find them in the game with the diary's author and name preceding each location description.

Good luck, diary collector. And remember: once you complete an »

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BioShock 2 Audio Diary Locations Guide

12 February 2010 4:00 PM, PST | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

Collecting Audio Diaries in BioShock 2 is not necessary to completing the game on Xbox 360 or PS3. In fact, you could play start to finish and wrap things up without picking up a single one.

If you want the full BioShock 2 experience, to understand the entire narrative, you'll want all these collectibles - or at least as many as you can find. Each audio diary a small snippet of the Bioshock 2 story unavailable anywhere else in the game.

To help you find all the audio diaries, we've cobbled together the following Bioshock 2 audio diary locations guide that spells out where all of the 129ish (there might be more?) gadgets are located in the game by level. For the most part they are listed in order as you might find them in the game with the diary's author and name preceding each location description.

Good luck, diary collector. And remember: once you »

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Celebrity Big Brother: eviction night liveblog from 9pm

27 January 2010 3:22 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Two celebrities will be booted out of the house tonight. But which two? Join me from 9pm to find out

The end of the line for Vinnie Jones? It should be

Pre-show preamble...

It's Wednesday, and we're into the final straight of this year's Celebrity Big Brother, with just a couple of hurdles to go; the biggest one being that the series ends in 48 hours and there are still seven housemates left. Perhaps Ivana plans to tuck a couple in one of her Louis Vuitton suitcases.

Two more are being evicted tonight, and apparently the housemates have been dressed in animal costumes for the occasion. Rumour has it that when the first housemate leaves, someone else will go in dressed in their costume, this person being either Davina or Jordan, depending on who you believe. Both options fill me with utter horror, but we'll see how it pans out.

I'll »

- Heidi Stephens

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2010 Golden Reel Awards Nominations -- "Avatar," "Star Trek" Receive 3 Nods

23 January 2010 6:17 PM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

The Motion Picture Sound Editors (Mpse) have announced their nominees for the 2010 Golden Reel Awards which recognizes excellence in sound and music editing.

Sci-fi and action films normally dominate technical awards so it's no surprise that "Avatar" and "Star Trek" each received 3 nominations. "2012" even got 2 nominations.

Winners will be announced on Feb. 20 at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. Steven Spielberg will receive the 2010 Mpse Filmmaker Recipient, while Larry Singer will be the Career Achievement Recipient.

Here are the nominees of the 2010 Golden Reel Awards in all categories:

Feature Film Nominees

Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects, Foley, Music, Dialogue and Adr Animation in a Feature Film

9

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

Coraline

Fantastic Mr. Fox

Monsters vs. Aliens

The Princess and the Frog

Up

Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and Adr in a Foreign Feature Film

An Education

The Baader Meinhof Complex

Coco avant Chanel

District 9 »

- Manny

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'Avatar,' 'Trek' lead sound editing noms

21 January 2010 6:00 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

"Avatar" and "Star Trek," with three noms each, lead the list of nominations for the Motion Picture Sound Editors' 2010 Golden Reel Awards.

The awards will be handed out at ceremonies on Feb. 20 at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles.

Steven Spielberg will be honored at the event as 2010 Mpse Filmmaker Recipient, while the Career Achievement Recipient will be Larry Singer.

The Golden Reel Awards spotlight the art of sound editing, music editing and sound design in film, TV and video.

In the category of sound editing, music in a feature film, the nominees are "2012," "(500) Days of Summer," "An Education," "Avatar," "It's Complicated," "Star Trek," "Sherlock Holmes" and "The Informant!."

For sound editing, music in a musical feature, "Crazy Heart," "Every Little Step," "Nine" and "This Is It" all earned nominations.

  For sound editing: dialogue and Adr in a feature, the nominees are "(500) Days of Summer, "A Serious Man," "Avatar, »

- By Gregg Kilday

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