Creative film

Chelmsford Short Film Festival – Lowell Sun

Chelmsford TeleMedia presented its third annual Chelmsford Short Film Festival on August 21, which featured two screening blocks in the afternoon and evening. The popular event held at the CHS’s Carl J. Rondina Performing Arts Center in Chelmsford featured short films by emerging filmmakers from across the region, all proceeds of which were donated to the Chelmsford Food Pantry. Over ...

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How Newark’s Many Saints Landed On Its Surprising Narrator, According To Director Alan Taylor How The Many Newark Saints Landed On Its Surprising Narrator, According To Director Alan Taylor

Major spoilers for The Many Saints of Newark are coming. Fans of The Sopranos are sure to be happy with The Many Saints of Newark, as the film adds a number of new elements to the iconic franchise. It is also filled with great surprises that are sure to please the public. One of the most shocking is probably the ...

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Let There Be Carnage breaks original film box office record

Venom: let there be carnage kicks off at the box office. Sony’s sequel managed to raise $ 11.6 million on opening night because people just can’t get enough of Tom Hardy and his symbiote friend. Sony is actually planning a $ 50 million weekend, according to exhibitor relations, which would be great for the film. However, with Opening Night bringing ...

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Scarlett Johansson and Disney reach “Black Widow” salary settlement

LOS ANGELES – Scarlett Johansson and Walt Disney Studios reached a settlement Thursday in a legal dispute involving streaming-time compensation for the superhero movie “Black Widow”. The terms were not disclosed. “I am happy to have resolved our differences,” Ms. Johansson, the film’s lead star, said in a statement. “I am incredibly proud of the work we have done together ...

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Bigfork Independent Film Festival spotlights Montana filmmakers and made in Montana films

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Bigfork Independent Film Festival. Northwestern Montana’s iconic film event, the BIFF has evolved over the years and now attracts filmmakers from across the state and around the world. As it successfully did in 2020, BIFF 2021 will offer moviegoers the choice of watching the films in person at the Bigfork Center for ...

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Why Amazon Studios suffered a rare drought at the Emmys

Amazon Studios typically carried the material to Hollywood awards nights, but not to the 73rd Annual Emmy Awards. The Culver City studio walked away empty-handed this month after entering the annual television excellence competition with 19 nominations, including five in major Emmy categories. The Netflix archirival dominated the evening with 44 trophies while Apple TV + scored 10 wins thanks ...

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New creative center in Barrow to host the first show

Final preparations for the West Coast Photo Festival A Barrow charity will breathe new life into a historic building in the city by transforming it into a new place of art. The doors of 102 Abbey Road will reopen this fall for the first time in many years, welcoming people to enjoy free creative exhibits, photography and digital arts workshops, ...

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Craig’s latest film is Bond Shaken, Not Shaken

Film critic Duration: 2 hours 43 minutes. In theaters October 8 The James Bond movies are so stereotypical that you can usually follow the script, so it’s good to know that after six decades they can still bring in some shock. Barbara Broccoli and her brother Michael G Wilson have been staunch stewards of their father Albert “Cubby” Broccoli’s 007 ...

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