As the autumn draws in, there’s every reason to shut out the colder weather, grab a blanket and check out what’s new in the world of Blu-Ray. With a whole bunch of spectacular visual films coming out this year, here are a few that will make you want to ensure you have a gold plated HDMI cable to enjoy the best video quality.
Continue reading Top 5 new Blu-ray releases
The name Curzon is almost synonymous with a great cinema experience, and now with Curzon On Demand that experience can be enjoyed wherever you are, as they offer a host of independent, arthouse films and new releases in their new on demand movie service.
Continue reading Specialist arthouse and independent films on demand and as soon as they hit the big screen
With the BAFTA juggernaut rolling into view – the gongs will be awarded on Sunday, February 12 – it’s great to see a not too shabby showing from the Devon and Cornwall stomping ground – and with the help of Orange Film Pulse you can vote up your own BAFTA faves.
Continue reading Orange celebrates film and the BAFTAs with goodies and year-long offers
If you and your partner are film fanatics, maybe you visit the cinema every week to see the latest releases, or you enjoy cosy nights in watching your favourite DVDs on the sofa with a bowl of popcorn and a blanket, you are sure to have enjoyed browsing around our film site reading the latest reviews and news.
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One of the great things about being a movie lover is the day you finally get to go to your very first movie festival. Of course, getting accreditation for Cannes is pretty tricky and not all of us will get tickets for London Film Festival – so what are the other options?
Continue reading Five great movie festivals you may not know about
Tiger Beer and Empire haved unearther hidden cinematic gems in their Undiscovered Treasure series
Continue reading A sparkling summer of cinema of Undiscovered Treasures from Tiger Beer and Empire
Channel 4′s documentaries are again being sponsored by Honda, with the indents surround the documentaries showing the best of mini-documentary filmmaking and internet interactivity.
Continue reading Honda supports documentaries on Channel 4 with own mini-doc series
The internet has opened up a whole new world of watching movies online, but getting your audience to crowd around your laptop can have its drawbacks. And watching iPlayer or movies on your computer can be great, but it isn’t ideal. A new little gizmo called Veebeam HD can turn to convenience of viewing streamed content online to watching it in the comfort of your living room.
Continue reading Veebeam has given internet streaming a whole new leases of life on your living room TV
Sony gave student filmmakers the opportunity to re-edit the trailer of Priest with the top three presenting their efforits to the filmakers in Los Angeles
Continue reading Sony inspires filmmakers with Priest trailer challenge – 3 students get to pitch their re-edited trailer in LA
Sponsors of the Cannes Film Festival, Stella Artois are running an auditions competition with a prize of being a special guest at the Cannes Film Festival (plus if you’re over 25, you could also star in the short film, being premiered on the screen at Cannes Film Festival 2011)
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Jackass 3D opens in the UK on November 5, we thought we’d bring your some of the hi-jinx from Johnny Knoxville, et al. Here they High Five their buddy, the Jackass way
Continue reading Jackass 3D – in your face hi-jinx (trailer)
Here’s a scenario familiar to every budding filmmaker: how do you get enough cash together to bankroll your next feature? Or, according to the blurb of the new free online game 56 Sage Street from Barclays, ‘how does someone with nothing, end up with everything’?
Continue reading Climb your way to the top on the free, online game 56 Sage Street (sponsored post)