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  • Film and TV ​streaming and downloads overtake DVD sales for first time
    Thursday January 05th 2017

    Britain’s growing appetite for services such as Netflix and Amazon has helped push streaming and downloads of films and TV shows ahead of sales of DVDs and Blu-ray discs for the first time. The rise in popularity of paying for TV content helped power total UK revenue from music, TV[…]

  • TIFF showcases the rarity and resurgence of 70mm film
    Monday January 02nd 2017

    Recently, filmmakers like Christopher Nolan and Quentin Tarantino have done their best to try and revive the dying media of celluloid. Cinema as an art form and movie houses still exist, but the tactile experience of threading up a reel of film to run through a projector has largely been[…]

  • ‘Moonlight’ Named Best Film by Toronto Film Critics
    Sunday January 01st 2017

    Moonlight was named this year’s best picture by the Toronto Film Critics Association. The German comedy Toni Erdmann and Manchester by the Sea were runners-up in the best film category. The Canadian critics voted on their annual film competition and live-tweeted their winners. Barry Jenkins’ drama Moonlight, about a gay[…]

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Archives for: January 20175
  • Film and TV ​streaming and downloads overtake DVD sales for first time
    Thursday January 05th 2017

    Britain’s growing appetite for services such as Netflix and Amazon has helped push streaming and downloads of films and TV shows ahead of sales of DVDs and Blu-ray discs for the first time. The rise in popularity of paying for TV content helped power total UK revenue from music, TV[…]

  • TIFF showcases the rarity and resurgence of 70mm film
    Monday January 02nd 2017

    Recently, filmmakers like Christopher Nolan and Quentin Tarantino have done their best to try and revive the dying media of celluloid. Cinema as an art form and movie houses still exist, but the tactile experience of threading up a reel of film to run through a projector has largely been[…]

  • ‘Moonlight’ Named Best Film by Toronto Film Critics
    Sunday January 01st 2017

    Moonlight was named this year’s best picture by the Toronto Film Critics Association. The German comedy Toni Erdmann and Manchester by the Sea were runners-up in the best film category. The Canadian critics voted on their annual film competition and live-tweeted their winners. Barry Jenkins’ drama Moonlight, about a gay[…]

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Archives for: January 20175
  • Film and TV ​streaming and downloads overtake DVD sales for first time
    Thursday January 05th 2017

    Britain’s growing appetite for services such as Netflix and Amazon has helped push streaming and downloads of films and TV shows ahead of sales of DVDs and Blu-ray discs for the first time. The rise in popularity of paying for TV content helped power total UK revenue from music, TV[…]

  • TIFF showcases the rarity and resurgence of 70mm film
    Monday January 02nd 2017

    Recently, filmmakers like Christopher Nolan and Quentin Tarantino have done their best to try and revive the dying media of celluloid. Cinema as an art form and movie houses still exist, but the tactile experience of threading up a reel of film to run through a projector has largely been[…]

  • ‘Moonlight’ Named Best Film by Toronto Film Critics
    Sunday January 01st 2017

    Moonlight was named this year’s best picture by the Toronto Film Critics Association. The German comedy Toni Erdmann and Manchester by the Sea were runners-up in the best film category. The Canadian critics voted on their annual film competition and live-tweeted their winners. Barry Jenkins’ drama Moonlight, about a gay[…]

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