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‘In Burnt Norton’ from Eighty-Watt Cinema to Screen August 1st at Anthology Film Archives as part of the NewFilmmakers Series











New York, NY (PRWEB) July 23, 2007

The latest short film from Eighty-Watt Cinema, ‘In Burnt Norton,’ (2006, 14 minutes, 8mm) will screen on August 1st in New York City at Anthology Film Archives as part of the NewFilmmakers series. The short film program begins at 7 p.m. and ‘Norton’ will be the third film to screen. A feature program will follow at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.. Anthology Film Archives is located at 32 2nd Avenue (and E. 2nd Street) in New York City and tickets are $ 5.

The project, written and directed by Joshua Dilworth, tells the story of Professor Stephen Marvigelo, whose journey outside the classroom blurs the line between science fiction and nonfiction. It is a film about “solving the most difficult equations in life, one plane of existence at a time,” says Dilworth. ‘In Burnt Norton’ is the third short in as many years from Dilworth and executive producer Nicholas White’s production shingle, and centers around Marvigelo’s attempts to reunite with his wife and family after a seemingly random event defies the most basic laws of nature.

A New York City Institution

The Archives were created in 1969 when Jerome Hill, P. Adams Sitney, Peter Kubelka, Stan Brakhage, and Jonas Mekas drew up plans to create a museum dedicated to the vision of the art of cinema as guided by the avant-garde sensibility. NewFilmmakers is the longest-running screening series in New York and one of the longest in the nation. Films such as ‘The Blair Witch Project’ and ‘Too Much Sleep’ got their start via NewFilmmakers. And in addition to being a public movie theater, Anthology is a film museum, archive, research library, and art gallery. After 35 years in existence, Anthology remains the only non-profit organization of this type in New York.

“We’re really pleased to be screening ‘In Burnt Norton,’” said producer and curator Barney Oldfield of NewFilmmakers. “Visually it’s completely unique, and overall the piece is a great example of the kind of work we strive to highlight as the among very best work that’s being done in independent film right now.”

Pioneering A New Workflow For Budget-Minded Independents

Taking advantage of an increasingly viable workflow option for independent filmmakers, Dilworth shot ‘Norton’ on Super-8mm filmstock and transferred to DVCPro HD videotape using a Thompson Grassvalley Spirit film scanner with DaVinci color correction at Technicolor in New York City. This unique process produced an arresting result.

“If you want to shoot film, this is a great way to go,” says Dilworth, who has 35mm, 16mm and 8mm films under his belt. “It’s the best of two worlds, both high and low-tech.”

At a time when shooting digitally has become much more cost-effective, originating on film is increasingly rare in the independent world. “I’m so happy that Kodak and other companies haven’t abandoned Super-8mm,” said executive producer White. “There’s a viable community of experimental filmmakers around this format, and that’s good for everyone. It makes it easier to fit a story to a budget appropriately. It’s one more tool for a community that typically doesn’t have many.”

The unique look of the film is more visibly SD than HD, but the grain structure remains true, and the remarkable latitude of newer Super-8mm stocks made shooting the format a far less nerve-racking experience for the filmmakers. Dilworth used modified widescreen cameras from Pro8mm in Burbank, California and Kodak Vision2 200T and 400T film. The final product also boasts an uncharacteristically smooth image, due to the stability of the cameras as well as the transfer gate.

About Eighty-Watt Cinema:

Eighty-Watt Cinema, LLC was founded in 2002 by Joshua Dilworth and Nicholas White. Located in New York City, Eighty-Watt Cinema has produced several dramatic and comedic shorts, and these projects have screened at film festivals and theaters nationwide. The company is currently prepping its first feature film.

About NewFilmmakers:

The NewFilmmakers series began in 1998 at Anthology Film Archives as a local screening series. Over the past nine years NewFilmmakers has attracted national and international attention and has screened over 500 feature and 1600 short films. NewFilmmakers screens every Wednesday at Anthology Film Archives, one of the leading theaters in New York City. This unique series gives filmmakers the opportunity to screen their work for local audiences and to promote themselves to national distributors.

For more information and screening copies, please contact:

Joshua Dilworth

Eighty-Watt Cinema

Phone: 917-209-2956

jpd [at] eighty-watt.com

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by drmvm1

Of course, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is located and headquartered in Beverly Hills (on Los Angeles Cienega Blvd.). The thing that many individuals do not realize is the fact that there are actually many excellent celebrities who are from other countries around the globe.

Heath Ledger, an Australian, bagged the best actor award posthumously last year for his remarkable portrayal of the mad Joker in the motion picture The Dark Knight, a Batman film not like any other ever made. It was sad and ironic that immediately after a quick yet amazing career, Ledger would win the award but not live to get it. It was a thoroughly clean sweep that year for foreign Oscar winners as British born actress Kate Winslet (Titanic) received Best Actress for her role as a German woman who seduces a man and is later discovered to have connections to the Nazis and tried as a collaborator. She additionally received a Golden Globe, a BAFTA, as well as a SAG award the same year.

In 2008 Marion Cottilard from France came into the growing list of international Oscar winners when she bagged Best Actress for her impressive performance as Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose. In addition in ’08 one more Aussie, the celebrity Cate Blanchett was nominated for Best Actress honors for her role as the trapped Queen in the movie Elizabeth: The Golden Age. Spanish born hunk Javier Bardem won Best Supporting Actor in the ultra violent No Country for Old Men, which also won Best Picture.

In 2003, another actress from Australia, the fabulous Nicole Kidman, won Best Actress in The Hours. Another of the Oscar winners that very same year was Welsh born Catherine Zeta-Jones who received Best Supporting Actress for her role in Chicago, the musical, in which she portrayed Velma Kelly. A lot more Oscar winners that aren’t from the U.S. feature Jim Broadbent who won Best Actor in 2003 for a foreign film that no one saw called Iris, and the year 2002 watched New Zealander Russel Crowe win Best Actor awards for the movie everyone watched, Gladiator. This also won for Best Picture that year. Best Supporting actor in the year 2002 went to the flexible Puerto Rican actor, Benicio del Toro, who wowed viewers in 2010 as The Wolfman. In the year 2002 British actor Michael Caine finally joined the ranks of Oscar winners when he bagged Best Supporting Actor for his part as the adoring physician in the moving Cider House Rules, a fantastic film.

Throughout the years, many foreign born actresses and actors have been counted as Oscar winners and you can assume exactly the same in the future. The United States has no lock on the probability of receiving this award, irrespective of where they came from. Film making right now confronts its toughest problem ever facing economic downturn and the problems worldwide. We are vulnerable to losing this much wanted industry and individuals should get out and help support movie making by spending to see these movies once they reached movie theaters.

There are so many websites that offer various forms of advice on how to use Green Screen Background but most of them are not very detailed or specific. Make sure to check out my own reviews and posts on all you need to learn about Green Screen Studio Rental before following other advice.

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May 222011
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Santa Barbara vacation rental guests are often curious about film locations, and with good reason. There are a lot of iconic Santa Barbara locations that crop up in movies and TV shows. Read on to find out why Santa Barbara is the setting of choice for so many popular productions and how you can recognize and visit famous filming locations in and around the Santa Barbara area.

A lot of visitors in Santa Barbara vacation rentals feel a strong sense of familiarity or belonging the first time they explore Santa Barbara. We’re not going to discount anyone’s claims of psychic powers or a past life lived on America’s Riviera, but chances are more like that they’ve seen one of the over 200 different movies and TV shows filmed in whole or in part in Santa Barbara over the last 100 years.

Don’t leave your Santa Barbara vacation rental in search of locations made famous on the silver screen until you read the Santa Barbara Film Commission’s full list. You’ve probably seen at least one or more of these popular productions:

2009 It’s Complicated

2006 Pirates of the Caribbean III

2006 There Will Be Blood

2006 Psych

2006 The Bachelor

2006 Top Chef 2, Bravo

2005 Monk

2005 Oprah Winfrey Show

2004 Flight of the Phoenix

2004 Monster-in-Law

2004 Sideways

2003 Hidalgo

2003 Seabiscuit

2003 Sorority Life

2001 The X-files

2000 Bedazzled

1999 Double Jeopardy

1998 Star Trek: Insurrection

1996 The Long Kiss Goodnight

1996 G.I. Jane

1996 Face/Off

1995 Nixon

1994 A Walk in the Clouds

1994 Congo

1994 Young Indy/Hollywood Follies

1993 Pelican Brief

1990 Rocketeer

1984 Scarface

1980 The Postman Always Rings Twice

1978 The Frisco Kid

1967 The Graduate

1964 Batman pilot

1923 The Ten Commandments

1914 The Perils of Pauline

It’s Complicated

The most recent high-profile film to come out of Santa Barbara was last year’s Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin romantic comedy It’s Complicated.

The film’s director Nancy Meyers chose Santa Barbara for a definite reason that any Santa Barbara vacation rental film enthusiast will be able to relate to. In an interview with Santa Barbara Magazine, Meyers said that “Santa Barbara felt right for so many reasons – the natural beauty everywhere you look, the state of mind I feel when I’m there, the calm…It feels as close to the good life as you can get.”

It’s Complicated is a beautiful film that seems to show off our fair city to its finest advantage.

The operative word here is seems. Most of it was shot on a sound stage in Brooklyn in the middle of winter. Only three brief scenes were actually shot in Santa Barbara.

There’s a scene where Jane is jogging through her Montecito neighborhood and her architect friend Adam pulls up in his car. This was actually filmed in her little burg, as you can tell from the unique wooden street signs. If you want to walk in Jane’s Montecito shoes stop by The Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore, which may have been the inspiration for the hotel where Jane and her ex-husband had their aborted rendezvous.
When Jane lies in wait for her therapist at the fictional Santa Barbara Medical Center, she is actually lurking at the Anacapa Street back entrance of El Paseo, an outdoor Spanish-style shopping arcade.
While Santa Barbara is home to a dizzying array of Farmers Markets, the one Jane shops at was actually set designed for her outside the 1920s Spanish-Moorish style Santa Barbara County Courthouse on Anapamu Street.

Sadly, there is no such place as Jane’s luscious and comfy-looking business Village Bakery. The set was built inside Picnic House in Brooklyn. But folks staying in a Santa Barbara vacation rental will be able to find close facsimiles at Jeannine’s or Xanadu (temporarily closed until April, 2011 due to a fire) in Montecito or Renaud’s in downtown Santa Barbara.

Sideways

The wine-tasting buddy picture Sideways was a sensation when it was released in 2004. Filmed primarily in the Santa Barbara-adjacent Santa Ynez Valley, it spawned a whole new appreciation for wines (just not Merlot!) from the area, and a cottage industry grew up around people who wanted to retrace the footsteps of the film’s questionable protagonists.

Santa Barbara vacation rental guest who are fans of this movie often search for “the Sideways Map” which will lead you on a car tour through the movie’s highlights.. Many of the destinations even have a sign bearing the Sideways logo. If you want to travel by bike, the Sideways bike map will help you find the sites.

Different locations in Santa Barbara Proper

Santa Barbara vacation rental guests are often curious about film locations, and with good reason. There are a lot of Santa Barbara locations that crop up in movies that aren’t even set in the area. This is because of the profusion of beautiful features in the area that blend so seamlessly into other locales.

Stearns Wharf is a 19th century landmark, located at the bottom of State Street. It is the oldest operating wharf on the west coast, and the second longest pier on the Pacific coast at just a hair under 2,000 feet. In the 1940s, actor James Cagney and his brothers were part owners of Stearns Wharf. It has appeared in A Date with Judy and My Favorite Martian and the 1966 version of Batman. “Some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb!”
State Street features many familiar landmarks. It has appeared in the movies Cutter’s Way and Steal Big, Steal Little, among countless others.
The Old Town Clock at State and Haley streets was featured in The Pelican Brief.
Santa Barbara County Courthouse on Anacapa Street was also in Steal Big, Steal Little.
Mission Santa Barbara was in Sunset Boulevard and Cruel Intentions 3.

Different locations in the Greater Santa Barbara Area

Guests at our Santa Barbara vacation rental homes know that Santa Barbara is so much more than just the pretty red roofs of downtown. One of the reasons the region is so popular with filmmakers is its almost infinite variety.

Cold Spring Arch Bridge – Steal Big, Steal Little.
Lake Cachuma – The Postman Always Rings Twice
Gainey Vineyard – Seabiscuit and Of Mice & Men.
Downtown Los Olivos – Return to Mayberry.
Paradise Road – Seabiscuit and Star Trek Insurrection.
Gaviota Coast – Spartan.
Gaviota Trestle – Of Mice & Men.
Gaviota Tunnel – The Graduate.
Guadalupe Dunes – The Ten Commandments, Hidalgo, GI Jane, Pirates of the Caribbean III.
Santa Maria Airport – The Rocketeer and The Best Years of Our Lives.
La Purisima Mission – Seabiscuit.
Jalama Road – A Walk in the Clouds.
Surrounding Ranchland – Of Mice & Men.

Faking Santa Barbara

Sometimes a production may be set in Santa Barbara, but for whatever reason they can’t film there. In that case they may use a few stock footage-establishing shots, like the pier and tower seen in the TV series Psych.

In the movie I Love You, Man a wedding scene was supposed to have taken place at the fictional El Encanto Spa & Resort of Montecito. It was actually filmed at a private residence on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. Sorry, a Santa Barbara vacation rental concierge won’t be able to make you a reservation at El Encanto, but they’ll be able to find you a nice alternative!

Sometimes, scenes are shot with certain geographical liberties taken. In The Graduate, the scene of Benjamin driving south to Santa Barbara shows his car heading north through the Gaviota Tunnel, in the wrong direction. Even the Santa Barbara church he banged on during the wedding was nowhere nearby. It is actually located in La Verne, east of Los Angeles.

Television Loves Santa Barbara

Moviemakers aren’t the only people infatuated with the area. Its glamour beckons on the little screen, too. Countless TV shows have been set in, had special episodes located in or just mentioned Santa Barbara. There was even a nighttime drama in the ‘80s called Santa Barbara.

More recently, our fair city has been featured or mentioned in episodes of Gossip Girl, Entourage, Victorious, Beverly Hills 90210, The L Word, Baywatch, Melrose Place, Privileged, L.A. Law, Zorro and Oceans Away.

Kind of Santa Barbara, but Not Really

Then there are the productions that are located in places that sound and look suspiciously like Santa Barbara, but are never overtly established as such. The television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a classic example.

Buffy’s hometown “Sunnydale” is described as being a coastal town, two hours north of Beverly Hills – check. Sunnydale and Santa Barbara are both homes to branch campuses of the University of California. The architecture of Sunnydale looks like Santa Barbara. Both towns abut the Pacific Ocean, and suffered devastating earthquakes between the two world wars. Sunnydale was also described as being the home of the Chumash tribe who were indigenous to Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, and many of the show’s establishing shots were of Santa Barbara.

Most convincing of all is the fact that on several occasions throughout its seven-year run, characters used maps of Sunnydale that were in fact of…Santa Barbara. Now, we want to assure anyone staying in a Santa Barbara vacation rental that there is no such thing as a hellmouth lurking under our utopian city. But you might want to bring a garlic necklace if you plan to wander around a lot after sunset.

Santa Barbara’s 100-Year History in the Movies

2010 marks the 100-year anniversary of a lively and thriving film presence in Santa Barbara. Starting in 1910 the Essanay Film Company made regular visits to Santa Barbara from Chicago in search of better weather and appropriate locations to shoot their wildly popular western genre short films. They were followed in July, 1912 by a permanent western branch of Flying “A” Studios, which was also looking for better weather and relief from the stranglehold of the Edison Trust in the east. They chose Santa Barbara because they could find both urban and rural locations so close at hand.

Flying “A” took a big hit due to the combined effects of World War I, the flu pandemic and the beginning of the Great Depression. But Santa Barbara was already well established as a choice filming location. In 1923, Cecil B. DeMille shot The Ten Commandments on the sandscapes of Guadalupe (also used in Pirates of the Caribbean III), once again launching Santa Barbara back into the movie vanguard.

The rest, as they say, is history.

Coming up Next from Santa Barbara

The entertainment industry is alive and well in Santa Barbara. Last June, the cast and crew of a new film called No Strings Attached set up shop at All Saints-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church and The Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore. Billed as a romantic comedy, the film stars Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher and is scheduled for release on January 21, 2011.

There are a lot of famous filming locations to visit. If you want to go out exploring on your own, SantaBarbara.com offers three different itineraries that will lead you through the area, scoping out locations from some favorite high-profile films. And when you’re done for the day, you’ll have a Santa Barbara vacation rental to return home to, living a life the movie stars envy.

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New York, NY (PRWEB) November 28, 2007

Film Movement (www.FilmMovement.com), U.S. film distributor for award-winning, independent and foreign films, is offering 3 and 6 month Gift Subscription Packages, with the option of adding on ‘bonus films’ and specialty film “DVD Packs,” that bring selected award-winning films from different categories right to the doors of your friends and loved ones this holiday season.

The Subscription Packages are 3 or 6 months long. Each package provides 2 DVD a month, 1 feature-length film and 1 short film.

With award-winning films from around the world, a Film Movement subscription is like having an entire film festival delivered to your door. Also, there is the option of adding on 3 or 6 “bonus films.”

In addition, Film Movement introduces DVD Packs for both subscribers & non-subscribers. With the DVD Packs, film lovers will receive a set of 3 award-winning films from the following categories: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Spiritual, Documentary, Celebrity, Spanish-language, French-language, Italian-language, Asian and English language.

Choose from the following DVD Packs, just $ 29.95 for subscribers and $ 39.95 for non-subscribers. Synopses of all films can be found at www.FilmMovement.com.

Sundance Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Sundance Film Festival):

Ali Zaoua

Manito

Monster Thursday

Cannes Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Cannes Film Festival):

Who’s Camus Anyway?

Raja

Road to Koktobel

Spanish-Language DVD Pack:

Carol’s Journey

Viva Cuba

Madeinusa

French-Language DVD Pack:

Hop

Viva Laldjerie

Dreams of Dust

Italian-Language DVD Pack:

Agata & the Storm

Ginger and Cinnamon

Light of My Eyes

English-Language DVD Pack:

A Simple Curve

Morlang

The Rage in Placid Lake

Asian DVD Pack:

A Peck on Cheek

Drifters

Be With Me

Spiritual DVD Pack:

Let the Church Say Amen

Le Grand Voyage

The Island

Films with Celebrities DVD Pack:

‘Wilby Wonderful’ with Sandra Oh

‘The Rage in Placid Lake’ with Ben Lee

‘The Party’s Over’ with Philip Seymour Hoffman

Documentary DVD Pack:

Our Town

The Party’s Over

Let the Church Say Amen

In addition, consumers can also choose from the following Film Movement DVD-of-the-Month Club Subscription Packages:

6 Month Subscription + 6 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 119.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    6 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness, Inch’Allah Dimanche, Campfire, How I Spent the End of the World
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    6 month subscription without bonus films – $ 67.95

6 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 95.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case

3 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 67.95

    3 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    3 Month subscription without bonus films – $ 35.95

About Film Movement: Launched in 2003, Film Movement is a full-service North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films based in New York City. Film Movement has released more than 100 feature films and shorts from 27 countries on six continents, including top prize winners from Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca and other prestigious festivals. Film Movement releases its films through many different distribution channels including theatrical, non-theatrical, home video, television outlets (such as Sundance Channel, IFC, & Showtime) and can also be seen on In-flight Entertainment on Continental Airlines. For more information, please visit www.filmmovement.com

Media Contact: Loren Pomerantz: (212) 583-0338 /

Company Contact: Meghan Wurtz (212) 941-7744 x 201 /

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New York, NY (PRWEB) November 28, 2007

Film Movement (www.FilmMovement.com), U.S. film distributor for award-winning, independent and foreign films, is offering 3 and 6 month Gift Subscription Packages, with the option of adding on ‘bonus films’ and specialty film “DVD Packs,” that bring selected award-winning films from different categories right to the doors of your friends and loved ones this holiday season.

The Subscription Packages are 3 or 6 months long. Each package provides 2 DVD a month, 1 feature-length film and 1 short film.

With award-winning films from around the world, a Film Movement subscription is like having an entire film festival delivered to your door. Also, there is the option of adding on 3 or 6 “bonus films.”

In addition, Film Movement introduces DVD Packs for both subscribers & non-subscribers. With the DVD Packs, film lovers will receive a set of 3 award-winning films from the following categories: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Spiritual, Documentary, Celebrity, Spanish-language, French-language, Italian-language, Asian and English language.

Choose from the following DVD Packs, just $ 29.95 for subscribers and $ 39.95 for non-subscribers. Synopses of all films can be found at www.FilmMovement.com.

Sundance Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Sundance Film Festival):

Ali Zaoua

Manito

Monster Thursday

Cannes Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Cannes Film Festival):

Who’s Camus Anyway?

Raja

Road to Koktobel

Spanish-Language DVD Pack:

Carol’s Journey

Viva Cuba

Madeinusa

French-Language DVD Pack:

Hop

Viva Laldjerie

Dreams of Dust

Italian-Language DVD Pack:

Agata & the Storm

Ginger and Cinnamon

Light of My Eyes

English-Language DVD Pack:

A Simple Curve

Morlang

The Rage in Placid Lake

Asian DVD Pack:

A Peck on Cheek

Drifters

Be With Me

Spiritual DVD Pack:

Let the Church Say Amen

Le Grand Voyage

The Island

Films with Celebrities DVD Pack:

‘Wilby Wonderful’ with Sandra Oh

‘The Rage in Placid Lake’ with Ben Lee

‘The Party’s Over’ with Philip Seymour Hoffman

Documentary DVD Pack:

Our Town

The Party’s Over

Let the Church Say Amen

In addition, consumers can also choose from the following Film Movement DVD-of-the-Month Club Subscription Packages:

6 Month Subscription + 6 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 119.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    6 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness, Inch’Allah Dimanche, Campfire, How I Spent the End of the World
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    6 month subscription without bonus films – $ 67.95

6 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 95.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case

3 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 67.95

    3 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    3 Month subscription without bonus films – $ 35.95

About Film Movement: Launched in 2003, Film Movement is a full-service North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films based in New York City. Film Movement has released more than 100 feature films and shorts from 27 countries on six continents, including top prize winners from Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca and other prestigious festivals. Film Movement releases its films through many different distribution channels including theatrical, non-theatrical, home video, television outlets (such as Sundance Channel, IFC, & Showtime) and can also be seen on In-flight Entertainment on Continental Airlines. For more information, please visit www.filmmovement.com

Media Contact: Loren Pomerantz: (212) 583-0338 /

Company Contact: Meghan Wurtz (212) 941-7744 x 201 /

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Film Movement (www.FilmMovement.com), U.S. film distributor for award-winning, independent and foreign films, is offering 3 and 6 month Gift Subscription Packages, with the option of adding on ‘bonus films’ and specialty film “DVD Packs,” that bring selected award-winning films from different categories right to the doors of your friends and loved ones this holiday season.

The Subscription Packages are 3 or 6 months long. Each package provides 2 DVD a month, 1 feature-length film and 1 short film.

With award-winning films from around the world, a Film Movement subscription is like having an entire film festival delivered to your door. Also, there is the option of adding on 3 or 6 “bonus films.”

In addition, Film Movement introduces DVD Packs for both subscribers & non-subscribers. With the DVD Packs, film lovers will receive a set of 3 award-winning films from the following categories: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Spiritual, Documentary, Celebrity, Spanish-language, French-language, Italian-language, Asian and English language.

Choose from the following DVD Packs, just $ 29.95 for subscribers and $ 39.95 for non-subscribers. Synopses of all films can be found at www.FilmMovement.com.

Sundance Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Sundance Film Festival):

Ali Zaoua

Manito

Monster Thursday

Cannes Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Cannes Film Festival):

Who’s Camus Anyway?

Raja

Road to Koktobel

Spanish-Language DVD Pack:

Carol’s Journey

Viva Cuba

Madeinusa

French-Language DVD Pack:

Hop

Viva Laldjerie

Dreams of Dust

Italian-Language DVD Pack:

Agata & the Storm

Ginger and Cinnamon

Light of My Eyes

English-Language DVD Pack:

A Simple Curve

Morlang

The Rage in Placid Lake

Asian DVD Pack:

A Peck on Cheek

Drifters

Be With Me

Spiritual DVD Pack:

Let the Church Say Amen

Le Grand Voyage

The Island

Films with Celebrities DVD Pack:

‘Wilby Wonderful’ with Sandra Oh

‘The Rage in Placid Lake’ with Ben Lee

‘The Party’s Over’ with Philip Seymour Hoffman

Documentary DVD Pack:

Our Town

The Party’s Over

Let the Church Say Amen

In addition, consumers can also choose from the following Film Movement DVD-of-the-Month Club Subscription Packages:

6 Month Subscription + 6 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 119.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    6 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness, Inch’Allah Dimanche, Campfire, How I Spent the End of the World
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    6 month subscription without bonus films – $ 67.95

6 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 95.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case

3 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 67.95

    3 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    3 Month subscription without bonus films – $ 35.95

About Film Movement: Launched in 2003, Film Movement is a full-service North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films based in New York City. Film Movement has released more than 100 feature films and shorts from 27 countries on six continents, including top prize winners from Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca and other prestigious festivals. Film Movement releases its films through many different distribution channels including theatrical, non-theatrical, home video, television outlets (such as Sundance Channel, IFC, & Showtime) and can also be seen on In-flight Entertainment on Continental Airlines. For more information, please visit www.filmmovement.com

Media Contact: Loren Pomerantz: (212) 583-0338 /

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Film Movement (www.FilmMovement.com), U.S. film distributor for award-winning, independent and foreign films, is offering 3 and 6 month Gift Subscription Packages, with the option of adding on ‘bonus films’ and specialty film “DVD Packs,” that bring selected award-winning films from different categories right to the doors of your friends and loved ones this holiday season.

The Subscription Packages are 3 or 6 months long. Each package provides 2 DVD a month, 1 feature-length film and 1 short film.

With award-winning films from around the world, a Film Movement subscription is like having an entire film festival delivered to your door. Also, there is the option of adding on 3 or 6 “bonus films.”

In addition, Film Movement introduces DVD Packs for both subscribers & non-subscribers. With the DVD Packs, film lovers will receive a set of 3 award-winning films from the following categories: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Spiritual, Documentary, Celebrity, Spanish-language, French-language, Italian-language, Asian and English language.

Choose from the following DVD Packs, just $ 29.95 for subscribers and $ 39.95 for non-subscribers. Synopses of all films can be found at www.FilmMovement.com.

Sundance Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Sundance Film Festival):

Ali Zaoua

Manito

Monster Thursday

Cannes Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Cannes Film Festival):

Who’s Camus Anyway?

Raja

Road to Koktobel

Spanish-Language DVD Pack:

Carol’s Journey

Viva Cuba

Madeinusa

French-Language DVD Pack:

Hop

Viva Laldjerie

Dreams of Dust

Italian-Language DVD Pack:

Agata & the Storm

Ginger and Cinnamon

Light of My Eyes

English-Language DVD Pack:

A Simple Curve

Morlang

The Rage in Placid Lake

Asian DVD Pack:

A Peck on Cheek

Drifters

Be With Me

Spiritual DVD Pack:

Let the Church Say Amen

Le Grand Voyage

The Island

Films with Celebrities DVD Pack:

‘Wilby Wonderful’ with Sandra Oh

‘The Rage in Placid Lake’ with Ben Lee

‘The Party’s Over’ with Philip Seymour Hoffman

Documentary DVD Pack:

Our Town

The Party’s Over

Let the Church Say Amen

In addition, consumers can also choose from the following Film Movement DVD-of-the-Month Club Subscription Packages:

6 Month Subscription + 6 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 119.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    6 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness, Inch’Allah Dimanche, Campfire, How I Spent the End of the World
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    6 month subscription without bonus films – $ 67.95

6 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 95.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case

3 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 67.95

    3 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    3 Month subscription without bonus films – $ 35.95

About Film Movement: Launched in 2003, Film Movement is a full-service North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films based in New York City. Film Movement has released more than 100 feature films and shorts from 27 countries on six continents, including top prize winners from Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca and other prestigious festivals. Film Movement releases its films through many different distribution channels including theatrical, non-theatrical, home video, television outlets (such as Sundance Channel, IFC, & Showtime) and can also be seen on In-flight Entertainment on Continental Airlines. For more information, please visit www.filmmovement.com

Media Contact: Loren Pomerantz: (212) 583-0338 /

Company Contact: Meghan Wurtz (212) 941-7744 x 201 /

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Feb 182011

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 28, 2007

Film Movement (www.FilmMovement.com), U.S. film distributor for award-winning, independent and foreign films, is offering 3 and 6 month Gift Subscription Packages, with the option of adding on ‘bonus films’ and specialty film “DVD Packs,” that bring selected award-winning films from different categories right to the doors of your friends and loved ones this holiday season.

The Subscription Packages are 3 or 6 months long. Each package provides 2 DVD a month, 1 feature-length film and 1 short film.

With award-winning films from around the world, a Film Movement subscription is like having an entire film festival delivered to your door. Also, there is the option of adding on 3 or 6 “bonus films.”

In addition, Film Movement introduces DVD Packs for both subscribers & non-subscribers. With the DVD Packs, film lovers will receive a set of 3 award-winning films from the following categories: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Spiritual, Documentary, Celebrity, Spanish-language, French-language, Italian-language, Asian and English language.

Choose from the following DVD Packs, just $ 29.95 for subscribers and $ 39.95 for non-subscribers. Synopses of all films can be found at www.FilmMovement.com.

Sundance Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Sundance Film Festival):

Ali Zaoua

Manito

Monster Thursday

Cannes Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Cannes Film Festival):

Who’s Camus Anyway?

Raja

Road to Koktobel

Spanish-Language DVD Pack:

Carol’s Journey

Viva Cuba

Madeinusa

French-Language DVD Pack:

Hop

Viva Laldjerie

Dreams of Dust

Italian-Language DVD Pack:

Agata & the Storm

Ginger and Cinnamon

Light of My Eyes

English-Language DVD Pack:

A Simple Curve

Morlang

The Rage in Placid Lake

Asian DVD Pack:

A Peck on Cheek

Drifters

Be With Me

Spiritual DVD Pack:

Let the Church Say Amen

Le Grand Voyage

The Island

Films with Celebrities DVD Pack:

‘Wilby Wonderful’ with Sandra Oh

‘The Rage in Placid Lake’ with Ben Lee

‘The Party’s Over’ with Philip Seymour Hoffman

Documentary DVD Pack:

Our Town

The Party’s Over

Let the Church Say Amen

In addition, consumers can also choose from the following Film Movement DVD-of-the-Month Club Subscription Packages:

6 Month Subscription + 6 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 119.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    6 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness, Inch’Allah Dimanche, Campfire, How I Spent the End of the World
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    6 month subscription without bonus films – $ 67.95

6 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 95.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case

3 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 67.95

    3 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    3 Month subscription without bonus films – $ 35.95

About Film Movement: Launched in 2003, Film Movement is a full-service North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films based in New York City. Film Movement has released more than 100 feature films and shorts from 27 countries on six continents, including top prize winners from Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca and other prestigious festivals. Film Movement releases its films through many different distribution channels including theatrical, non-theatrical, home video, television outlets (such as Sundance Channel, IFC, & Showtime) and can also be seen on In-flight Entertainment on Continental Airlines. For more information, please visit www.filmmovement.com

Media Contact: Loren Pomerantz: (212) 583-0338 /

Company Contact: Meghan Wurtz (212) 941-7744 x 201 /

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Feb 142011

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 28, 2007

Film Movement (www.FilmMovement.com), U.S. film distributor for award-winning, independent and foreign films, is offering 3 and 6 month Gift Subscription Packages, with the option of adding on ‘bonus films’ and specialty film “DVD Packs,” that bring selected award-winning films from different categories right to the doors of your friends and loved ones this holiday season.

The Subscription Packages are 3 or 6 months long. Each package provides 2 DVD a month, 1 feature-length film and 1 short film.

With award-winning films from around the world, a Film Movement subscription is like having an entire film festival delivered to your door. Also, there is the option of adding on 3 or 6 “bonus films.”

In addition, Film Movement introduces DVD Packs for both subscribers & non-subscribers. With the DVD Packs, film lovers will receive a set of 3 award-winning films from the following categories: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Spiritual, Documentary, Celebrity, Spanish-language, French-language, Italian-language, Asian and English language.

Choose from the following DVD Packs, just $ 29.95 for subscribers and $ 39.95 for non-subscribers. Synopses of all films can be found at www.FilmMovement.com.

Sundance Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Sundance Film Festival):

Ali Zaoua

Manito

Monster Thursday

Cannes Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Cannes Film Festival):

Who’s Camus Anyway?

Raja

Road to Koktobel

Spanish-Language DVD Pack:

Carol’s Journey

Viva Cuba

Madeinusa

French-Language DVD Pack:

Hop

Viva Laldjerie

Dreams of Dust

Italian-Language DVD Pack:

Agata & the Storm

Ginger and Cinnamon

Light of My Eyes

English-Language DVD Pack:

A Simple Curve

Morlang

The Rage in Placid Lake

Asian DVD Pack:

A Peck on Cheek

Drifters

Be With Me

Spiritual DVD Pack:

Let the Church Say Amen

Le Grand Voyage

The Island

Films with Celebrities DVD Pack:

‘Wilby Wonderful’ with Sandra Oh

‘The Rage in Placid Lake’ with Ben Lee

‘The Party’s Over’ with Philip Seymour Hoffman

Documentary DVD Pack:

Our Town

The Party’s Over

Let the Church Say Amen

In addition, consumers can also choose from the following Film Movement DVD-of-the-Month Club Subscription Packages:

6 Month Subscription + 6 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 119.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    6 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness, Inch’Allah Dimanche, Campfire, How I Spent the End of the World
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    6 month subscription without bonus films – $ 67.95

6 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 95.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case

3 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 67.95

    3 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    3 Month subscription without bonus films – $ 35.95

About Film Movement: Launched in 2003, Film Movement is a full-service North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films based in New York City. Film Movement has released more than 100 feature films and shorts from 27 countries on six continents, including top prize winners from Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca and other prestigious festivals. Film Movement releases its films through many different distribution channels including theatrical, non-theatrical, home video, television outlets (such as Sundance Channel, IFC, & Showtime) and can also be seen on In-flight Entertainment on Continental Airlines. For more information, please visit www.filmmovement.com

Media Contact: Loren Pomerantz: (212) 583-0338 /

Company Contact: Meghan Wurtz (212) 941-7744 x 201 /

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Feb 102011

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 28, 2007

Film Movement (www.FilmMovement.com), U.S. film distributor for award-winning, independent and foreign films, is offering 3 and 6 month Gift Subscription Packages, with the option of adding on ‘bonus films’ and specialty film “DVD Packs,” that bring selected award-winning films from different categories right to the doors of your friends and loved ones this holiday season.

The Subscription Packages are 3 or 6 months long. Each package provides 2 DVD a month, 1 feature-length film and 1 short film.

With award-winning films from around the world, a Film Movement subscription is like having an entire film festival delivered to your door. Also, there is the option of adding on 3 or 6 “bonus films.”

In addition, Film Movement introduces DVD Packs for both subscribers & non-subscribers. With the DVD Packs, film lovers will receive a set of 3 award-winning films from the following categories: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Spiritual, Documentary, Celebrity, Spanish-language, French-language, Italian-language, Asian and English language.

Choose from the following DVD Packs, just $ 29.95 for subscribers and $ 39.95 for non-subscribers. Synopses of all films can be found at www.FilmMovement.com.

Sundance Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Sundance Film Festival):

Ali Zaoua

Manito

Monster Thursday

Cannes Film Festival DVD Pack (All films won awards at the Cannes Film Festival):

Who’s Camus Anyway?

Raja

Road to Koktobel

Spanish-Language DVD Pack:

Carol’s Journey

Viva Cuba

Madeinusa

French-Language DVD Pack:

Hop

Viva Laldjerie

Dreams of Dust

Italian-Language DVD Pack:

Agata & the Storm

Ginger and Cinnamon

Light of My Eyes

English-Language DVD Pack:

A Simple Curve

Morlang

The Rage in Placid Lake

Asian DVD Pack:

A Peck on Cheek

Drifters

Be With Me

Spiritual DVD Pack:

Let the Church Say Amen

Le Grand Voyage

The Island

Films with Celebrities DVD Pack:

‘Wilby Wonderful’ with Sandra Oh

‘The Rage in Placid Lake’ with Ben Lee

‘The Party’s Over’ with Philip Seymour Hoffman

Documentary DVD Pack:

Our Town

The Party’s Over

Let the Church Say Amen

In addition, consumers can also choose from the following Film Movement DVD-of-the-Month Club Subscription Packages:

6 Month Subscription + 6 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 119.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    6 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness, Inch’Allah Dimanche, Campfire, How I Spent the End of the World
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    6 month subscription without bonus films – $ 67.95

6 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 95.95

    6 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case

3 Month Subscription + 3 Bonus Films + DVD Case – $ 67.95

    3 monthly films with free shipping (1 feature length film & 1 short film a month)
    3 Bonus films: Be With Me, Hawaii Oslo, Something Like Happiness
    Film Movement 24 DVD Carrying Case
o    3 Month subscription without bonus films – $ 35.95

About Film Movement: Launched in 2003, Film Movement is a full-service North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films based in New York City. Film Movement has released more than 100 feature films and shorts from 27 countries on six continents, including top prize winners from Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca and other prestigious festivals. Film Movement releases its films through many different distribution channels including theatrical, non-theatrical, home video, television outlets (such as Sundance Channel, IFC, & Showtime) and can also be seen on In-flight Entertainment on Continental Airlines. For more information, please visit www.filmmovement.com

Media Contact: Loren Pomerantz: (212) 583-0338 /

Company Contact: Meghan Wurtz (212) 941-7744 x 201 /

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