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Small business line of credit is a very important tool for small business owners to utilize. As your business loans, additional funding needs to grow; lines of credit provide ready cash to help you meet short-term funding needs, such as increasing inventory, dealing with seasonal cash flow problems, or take advantage of unexpected opportunities when they come.

Lines of credit to help businesses continue to operate and provide services to their customers and clients. Being able to get small business credit line is a signal of both ownership and customer base that the business is well managed and have the trust of banks and other lenders.

Getting a small business credit line is very difficult for many small businesses in the early days of their operation. and for new small businesses that he needs an unsecured loans for initial capital, I because the survival rate for them is just not very good during the period of time and business ideas are either not able to generate revenue or customer base that can allow them to make it through this difficult start up period.

The Top 5 Film and TV Figure

When a band goes into the studio to record a CD, not only play their instruments, to lay down the tracks, and then mix the final cut and call it a day. There are many things that will ensure that all recorded tracks ready for the final mix, for example, add effects, adjust frequencies, and make every single sound track polished before coming together in the final mix.

Recording a TV program or film project is similar in many ways to record an album, unless you are using video instead of audio (well, is using two) and before putting the package together, before sitting down to mix everything and make it shine, you want to polish their video footage, scenes, the best you can be. That's where the top 5 TV graphics come into play.

Graphics can add shine and dimension to your scenes

We live in a three dimensional world. While technological trendy 3D films and even television sets, most of the films will continue to be filmed in two dimensions. Any chance you have to add spice to your visual input to be taken. That does not mean you should fill each frame of each scene with shades of graphs, which would dilute the effect it might have and make your film feel naive in the final.

You must use these programs when you want to enhance photos, create the illusion of three dimensions, or add text, at the junction of cartoon characters or additional scenes, or more. Top 5 TV chart are: Maxon Cinema 4D, Adobe Fireworks, CorelDraw X4, Abode Illustrator CS4 and Adobe Photoshop. For the sake of argument, let's add Lightwave and Maya to the mix. So you have seven in total.

As you can see from this list, Adobe has three of the four programs in the market for the creation and improvement of video footage. While there is no need for these three products from Adobe, as each has some features cross-over, when used in conjunction with others, can create some amazing scenes for the video jacks.

Maxon Cinema 4D, however, is one of the best graphic design programs are in the market for all of your installation and needs improvement. You can create absolutely stunning 3D scenes, create better vaccines, and incorporate green screen images easily the liquid through this program.

LightWave allows you to add effects to the film perfectly, keeping the continuity you want. How do you know you've done a great job with editing and adding effects? When one realizes that nothing has been added to the final product, that's how. NewTek LightWave for a product is to believe without visual images.

Autodesk Maya will give you great visual effects in 3D in the fingertips, and the price is right for the average budget. Of course, any program you choose to use to edit graphics, which will become of you, the filmmaker, to decide what and how much effect to use for each scene. With current technology, there are plenty of options available for any filmmaker and almost any budget. Although these programs have great options and tangible results, if exaggerated, the film will suffer the consequences.

Use common sense and when you have all these wonderful toys available, use a little moderation and you will find that your final product is best for them, not drowned beneath them.

Cult Classic Movies

So one afternoon I was going through a TV guide and I found one of the cult films of all time classics Mr. Incredible lapa. Why the title seems so familiar. Further reading finally recalled. Although I have never seen this film for decades, is one that you remember and talk about it, but what was his name? One of the magical films of Don Knotts from the early 60's, where Mr. Knotts trips and dives into the ocean, suddenly becomes a fish animation with shows. Everyone and everything on the surface is real life. This film live action / animation made me think, "How many of these films are out there magic in the land of cinema?" And that's where my research began.

We're not talking about computer generated images for this article and I hope this is not the end of the world of cartoons in the cinema as we know, thanks to computer technology. No, this is the true art of cartoons and movies. Since 1927 (long before computer) is not Koko the Clown, a clown cartoon in a live action environment. The clip is called "Beyond the ink well."

More movies cult classic live action / animation genre of the era of computing pre ....

1940 - must be in Pictures

Only Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and Porky car are encouraged. Porky Lucas and leave the studio they work to pursue a film career of his own.

1945 - Anchors Aweigh

A very nice fantasy musical with Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra. The performance of Tom and Jerry animation. Gene Kelly and Jerry Mouse doing a tap dance routine cute. Basically the story is about two sailors who take off to Los Angeles for a life experience.

1964 - The Incredible Mr. Lapa

In my opinion one of the best movies of Don Knotts. A comic fantasy at the time of War 2 (1941) before Pearl Harbor. Travel timid lover of fish counter (Don Knotts) and dives deep into the ocean and then turns into a cartoon fish. Comes to the surface and talk to people not in animated shore, his wife and a friend (Carole Cook and Jack Weston). In the end, even becomes a war hero.

1964 - Mary Poppins

A fabulous Walt Disney musical fantasy, where a magical nanny with two young children on a trip.

Starring: Julie Andrews - Mary Poppins

Dick Van Dyke - Bert / Mr. Dawes

Good movie, "Chim Chiminya!

1971 - Broom House Controls

This musical fantasy is very comparable to 'Mary Poppins'. In 1940, Ms. Price took a correspondence course in witchcraft in the hope of helping in the effort against Nazi WW 2. Eglantine Price and his three sons will take you through a journey of magical spells, adventure and fun in a bed for the whole family.

Starring: Angela Lansbury, David Tomlinson.

1977 - Dragon Pete

A Walt Disney musical live action / animated fantasy. History is based on early 20th century and a young man named Pete (of course) has a friend named Elliott, an animated dragon can become invisible. Lots of fun and action!

Starring: Sean Marshall, Helen Reddy, Red Buttons, Shelley Winters, Mickey Rooney and Charlie Callas (as the voice of Elliott).

The following selections are not considered classic cult films .... yet. Remain part of cartoon animation made only with a little help from the computer. That's fine! Movies still magical and show us that we are not in the end of the cartoon.

Unfortunately looks like it might have lost some of the fantasy genre of music. Old music has a special aura around him feel good. But then, so did "Incredible Mr. Barnacle 'and' Harvey '.

Returning to the films in question to continue ....

1988 - Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Produced by Steven Spielberg

A murder mystery set in 1947. Bob Hoskins as private detective 'Eddy Valiant' is an investigation in Toontown, where he meets' Doom judge "misinterpreted by the mobster Christopher Lloyd and his group of henchmen played by animated weasels. Very entertaining movie!

1992 - Cool World

Starring: Gabriel Byrne, Kim Basinger and Brad Pitt.

A famous cartoonist in the world is animated drawing and created. Mature (13 rating +) police-type story. A very good live action / animated film.

1996 - Space Jam

Starring: Bugs Bunny (voiced by Billy West) and Michael Jordan.

One end of the world's history which was challenged to a basketball game between the creatures of evil Monstars space and fun-loving Looney Tunes. Michael Jordan joins the team as a bell Looney Tune. Most of the Looney Tune characters are here in this action film deal.

2000 - The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle

Cast: Moose and Squirrel

Co-starring Rene Russo (Natasha), Jason Alexander (Boris), Robert De Niro (Fearless Leader), Randy Quaid, Jonathan Winters and John Goodman.

Fearless Leader learns that Rocky and Bullwinkle have returned to Hollywood and Natasha and Boris sent to destroy his usual way of killing .... bombs. Adapted from the TV series that first aired in November 1959.

2003 - Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Starring: Brendan Fraser, Jenna Elfman and Steve Martin.

Bugs and Daffy try to save the world domination with the help of Brendan and Jenna. Steve Martin is the sinister one.

Looney Tune The whole cast are in this great movie in one way or another. Sam the sheepdog is to beat Ralph the wolf is an example of some of the antics of the fund, which are hilarious.

Incredible Mr. started this journey limpet mine in search of what I call the cult classic film of this genre. The integration of animation with live action, what a great idea!

3D computer animation with live action can be assumed, so that the end of the comic world as we know it .... I hope not! Never the less this genre also made great movies with computer graphics software (another article). Great movies like these ....

Alice in Wonderland;
The Chronicles of Narnia
Jumanji;
Jurassic Park
Star Wars;
The Frighteners
Casper;
The Mummy

So in conclusion, your company's Twitter favorite cartoon production and reception for more live action / animated films.

Film Financing - Can Film Graduates Take the challenge

Graduates of a Film Studies program have a new opportunity in film and video production. Of course, with every opportunity comes a challenge - and in this case, the challenge is to find financing for, or projects of their employer.

With the advent of digital equipment in the field of film and video production has expanded. The usual Hollywood production style is no longer the only route to a career for graduates of the film. There are a multitude of opportunities in audio and video applications across business, government and entertainment industry. That means opportunity for enthusiastic graduates to produce their own film and video projects, or the land of the most interesting positions with major production companies, film and video.

Funding has been a dirty word for years in the film industry. The "blue suit and the cold heart of banking are synonymous with enemy of creativity. However, in this new era of opportunity that needs to be the" blue suit "and the creative.

How to find a way to learn about financing the film, the film's budget, etc? First let's look at the Film Studies program.

There are many programs available study Film confusing me, and I have worked in the film industry for over 20 years. The universities are adopting a liberal arts degree in curriculum, and the Colleges / Schools are taking a practical approach mainly technical. In any case, it is indisputable that the movie studios is big business. The following excerpt from The New York Times, published
March 6, 2005 ©, let me clear that major movie studios business is actually:

"About 600 colleges and universities in the United States offer programs in film studies or related subjects, a figure that has grown steadily over the years .... At the University of Southern California, whose School of Cinema and Television is the oldest film school in the nation (founded in 1929), half of 16. 500 undergraduate students of the college take at least one cinema / television class. "

The university, school or university graduates better prepare for a career in film and video? If a student has spent 2 to 4 years of his life at this point, how they will turn into a worthwhile career?

Let's see what the universities say about their own programs, and the type of results they expect - that is, what the graduate will be able to do as they enter the workforce. This promotional letter, posted on a University website says it all:

"One of the major film studios is not an occupational or professional degree. A good program of studies in this discipline, however, must qualify a student for a variety of career possibilities. Clearly, an individual must use their knowledge about film in either a creative or practical ability, and in any case, the exercise of the trial and the initiative to rigorous monitoring of a minor in Film Studies to develop. "

The use of 'must' twice in three sentences the story - that's up to you, Bud!

Film Studies program (at any level), or disregard, or not concerned enough, the main force behind the whole film and video production - money! If money is put the word at all, just a handshake and a nod. Most undergraduate programs have very little mention of the budgets of movies, and things such as cost reports and business plans are treated as foreign issues completely. Master's programs are only slightly better.

The reason for this lack of information about things like Film budgets, cost reports, etc. in the academic sector originates in the great machine of Hollywood production. Negotiations with the three unions perpetual large (SAG, DGA and WGA), as well as IATSE and Teamsters unions has forced the crew to the study of production is extremely confidential.

That was total confidentiality is not over, however there is great demand to know more about film financing, film budgeting, etc. The new crop of Independent Film & Video manufacturers want to make their own projects, find your own funding and make their own movie budgets and reports of production costs. Even it is increasingly possible for producers to distribute their own projects through the Internet.

Believe me, the graduate film school who has a deep knowledge of film studies program and understands the basic processes of film budgeting, cost reports and business plans, is light years ahead of the rest. A graduate of film studies can help prepare a financing package (ie, help prepare a budget of a film and a simple business plan) would be absolutely blow away any and Independent Film Production Company video. Can you imagine an independent producer who would not like to have help preparing and filing a financing package?

I used to think film students was a lack of interest in the Budget Film and costs (any type). Not any more. I recently did a survey of film students in film school respected. These are the results of the survey:

Over 80% of students said they felt it was important to know more about the budget and how it affected his career as a filmmaker.

The film and video production is one of the largest industries in the world (along with weapons, of course). The widespread use of digital media has created a new opportunity. That opportunity, though less expensive than the production of Hollywood-style movies we used to, it remains expensive and requires funding. How do you get that funding? Where to begin?

Answer: Start with the basics of film budget, cost reports and business plans simple. If you can calculate a focal point, or learn to handle a video camera, a budget of a film is a piece of cake.

Based on my experience over the past 20 years in the film industry, I can say with confidence:

1. Graduates of the movie studio programs that you know the basics of money from film and video production (budgets, cost reports and business plans) realize they can assume greater responsibility for their film and video projects, and

2. As a result, have more successful careers than their peers who have not learned to prepare budgets for Film productions that do not understand the Report of Costs and never saw a simple business plan.

So how does a film student to become familiar with budgets, cost reports and a simple business plan? I have been a production auditor for 20 years and have never shown a crew member of a final budget or weekly cost report (the universal financial report card, issued to the financiers and producers each week) throughout the time. They are considered sacred by the studio executives, producers and financiers everywhere.

Well, I'm going to annoy some relevant articles that will open the door enough to let you walk through. They are written for the novice, so be patient if you've been exposed to the budgets and cost reports.

Written by John Gaskin - With 20 years of experience in the film industry as a Production Auditor, John has managed over 40 major motion pictures worldwide. John has worked with some of the important industry professionals as the Academy Award-winning producer Ron Howard, Brian Grazer.

How to enjoy a movie with subtitles - A starting point

For most of us, any movie with subtitles is an immediate turn-off. We do not like reading. This means that we really like reading in the cinema.

This is quite unfortunate, because no English-speaking countries are becoming one of the best cinemas in the world. In the recently passed-filmmaker Ousmane Sembene in Africa, a respected Iran's Kiarostami, Abbas, with the revival of Romanian cinema of directors like Cristian Mungiu, and movies celebrate Asia, among others, Wong Kar Wai or Tsai Ming-liang, no is a wealth of entertainment and education to be had from-you guessed-movies with subtitles.

But how can you, who hates to read, learn to see and enjoy these films and filmmakers? Well, here are two tips to help you get started.

1. Do not read!

As I'm sure you know, the films were initially silent. To tell their stories, which was based on visual information: acting, design, editing. They were usually accompanied by live music, so it made the sound in some sense, but the sound was secondary and was not dialogue.

All narrative films of today evolved from these silent films and his way of telling stories. Many of the agreements are still around.

Therefore, even today, in a good movie dialogue is secondary. You can build the story, but not vital. The main objective is visual. So when you're watching a movie with subtitles, do not pay much attention to the subtitles. Movie of the experience as something to be seen. Sure, your eye wanders all from time to time to get the gist of what they say, but do not focus on the written word!

2. Do your reading before their observation

Most people find movie reviews to decide what to watch. I suggest something more to foreign films: Search for them to understand the basic plot and context. Use the IMDB, the Technical Specifications section, Rotten Tomatoes, Allmovie, Google, whatever. Do not take more than fifteen minutes, and you will be rewarded with a richer visual experience. A trailer works sometimes, too.

But I ask, not that spoil the plot? Probably. And it should! Do not let the distractions of Hollywood plot spoil your foreign film. Once you know the basics of the story, do not feel cheated by the expectations of the theft. Instead of paying attention to what happens, pay attention to how it occurs, and how they are displayed. That's what separates the good from the bad film.

Indeed, the alleged superior quality of a foreign film is not just a kind of snobbery cinema. Is implicit. Not all films are subtitled and available in the English speaking world, and only the best are. Subtitles, therefore, are a type of filtering. Only the cream comes in.

Give foreign films, subtitled films, a chance. It's a whole new world of the movie. However, it also is slightly different to what we're used to seeing. Therefore, subtitled see things in their own terms. And the use of these two councils as an entry point. You will not be disappointed.

South Park: Review Bigger, Longer & Uncut Film

The 1999 film South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut is produced by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. It stars Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Mary Kay Bergman, Isaac Hayes. The manager is Trey Parker.

The story begins with Stan Marsh leaving home to see friends and go see a new movie. This new film has a lot of bad words in it and the boys begin to use them. His parents find out where they heard the bad language and as the kids get into trouble. After Mr. Mackey, school counselor, try to teach them not to swear to go see the movie again, without knowing their fathers. When Kenny Cartman tries to show her a trick, catches fire. Once again, parents recognize that their children went to the movie. They are based on the next two weeks. Then all the parents of South Park get together and find someone to blame for the bad language of children. They decide to blame Canada, the country where the film came. As a result of these accusations, pumps Canadian family mansion Baldwin. In response, the United States declares war on Canada.

Unless you are familiar with the type of humor of the television series South Park, you probably do not like. It has many bad words and violent scenes. For example, Cartman sings a song about Kyle's mother in which the flame bitch. The main characters in the film are the children of eight years of age. This kind of language from children so young may surprise some viewers and be seen as grossly inadequate. Also during the course of the film one of the boys died. Kenny accidentally burned while Cartman shows a fart can be fired. Physicians who are trying to save to grab and pull the parts of his body and, ultimately, to replace his heart with a baked potato. The Pope then explodes, killing him. Many people have rejected this type of humor rude, but you have to understand the unique style of humor that Stone and Parker present in order to appreciate this movie.

One of the most striking features of South Park is that it is a musical. When I first saw the film, a musical was the last thing I expected. The songs do not add some emotional depth of the story. For example at the end of the movie Satan, having been intimidated by Saddam Hussein again, singing a song about how you want to live on Earth where everything is clean and quiet and not as lonely as hell. Shortly afterwards, when the kids decide to join and do things right, sing a song about the foot and resisting the war and restoring peace between Canada and the United States. Despite the reputation of South Park, some emotional moments seem unexpected because it is a musical.

Finally, I think the viewer should understand and appreciate Matt Stone and Trey Parker way of expressing the mood to his audience. If the viewer can not do this, then South Park would be a waste of time. If possible, then it is up your alley.

Important factors to consider in the production of films

Those who have graduated from film school studies in the field come dream with enough knowledge about the film and video production. The only difficulty or challenge they face is the lack of availability of funds. The entrance of digital equipment has led to new possibilities for film and video production. The old style of film production based in Hollywood has been displaced by new production methods. There are a lot of possibilities for serious people who know what they are talking about. Financing has become a perennial problem in the film industry. Bankers tend to be at odds with the producers. But today, the trend has been the subject of radical change.

There are a number of film study programs. About 600 colleges and universities in the fields of U.S. conduct for film production. Film and Television School is the oldest film institute affiliated with the University of Southern California. Almost half of the 16,500 students of this university are enrolled in at least one kind of film or TV. These universities have a role to perform. They have to prepare students for the challenges as we enter the entertainment field. According to the website of a university, a degree or diploma obtained after a rigorous course is not only an occupational or professional degree. The curriculum should qualify a student for a variety of career possibilities. A person must be able to use their knowledge in creative and practical ability to exercise judgment and initiative being developed by a college course in film studies.

Of course the movie does not stress the importance of a factor. They do not believe that money is the main force connected to the film and video production. Most undergraduate courses do not pay much attention to the budgets of movies. The issues of cost reports and business plans are set aside and diverted or atleast these holders do not receive priority in the further course syllabus. Better use is only visible in the master's program. The reason for this gap is that the academic stream originates in the Hollywood production groups. The influence of the guilds and unions is responsible for the confidentiality closely guarded production circles. 100% the secret is still practiced in film circles. Despite this, there is a growing clamor to know more about funding and budget filmmaking. The next batch of producers and directors are interested in starting their own projects, the organization of funds, budgets and reports of the total costs involved. Dependent on the Internet for more transactions.

A graduate film school, if you have a complete understanding of course material, as well as film budgets, cost information and business plans, is far from most others. Most students today are budget conscious film, profiles, cost, expense account, the spectrum of projects, etc. .. They show a growing interest in this calculation routine just to increase your reputation as filmmakers. The widespread use of digital infrastructure has created a new vision of film production, which despite being less expensive than the usual Hollywood film productions pattern can not be considered economic in the quantum. It requires heavy financing.

Graduate courses in film to understand the basics of the expenses related to film and video production will realize that they can accept more responsibility for their projects. Your success rate will be more and the graph will show an upward trend compared with the course of peers and colleagues because of their participation in the cost estimates.

These are some of the most important film production. This activity is completed only if the applicants to fame in the different categories of cinema, the best in a full scale to evaluate the budgeting process and the profiles of the benefits.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates - The Dubai International Film Festival

The Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) was launched in December 2004 under the theme "Bridging Cultures. Minds meeting," noting the willingness of organizations to promote the film through understanding and mutual respect between different communities and nations .

In 2006, the festival has launched the Muhr Award for excellence in Arab cinema, in order to recognize the world's Arab filmmakers both regionally and internationally. In 2008, the Muhr Award have been expanded to include films from Africa and Asia.

Held in Dubai, the UAE capital, DIF has a budget comparable to the Cannes Film Festival and now, thanks to its market for films and various symposia and workshops, an important event for film professionals from around the world. Other art exhibitions and performances include feature films, documentaries and shorts. The festival includes several other non-competitive sections dedicated to the film at the cinema in particular, children and animation. Tributes are also given each year to important figures in cinema.

Although there is no red carpet or the presence of Hollywood stars, the festival has quickly gained legitimacy through an artistic team of selectors and consultants of international repute, whose directors he worked for other major film festivals size as Rotterdam and London. A sign of this legitimacy was evident when the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) became a member of the party after the 2008 edition.

Dubai has rapidly gained a worldwide reputation as a very wide host a major annual international film festival. Do not miss this festival if ever in the area of ??Dubai.

Nightmare on Elm Street

Nightmare on Elm Street is an American horror film released in 1984. The film was written and directed by Wes Craven and was the first film A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. Stars of the film include John Saxon, Ronee Blakley, Jsu Garcia, Johnny Depp, Heather Langenkamp, ??Amanda Wyss, Robert Englund. Set in a fictional town of Springwood Ohio Midwest, the film's plot revolves around teens who are terrorized by the ghost in the nightmares of Fred Krueger, a serial murderer of children.

The estimated budget of the film was $ 1.8 million to be won again in the first week of release of the film. Raising about $ 25.5 million in U.S. box office, the film is one of the most popular films in the genre of horror films. Because of this, Fred Krueger, the villain of the film, has become famous villains in cinema history. According to Craven and critics, the film also owes something to the success of Halloween, which was very influential in spawning line of horror films.

Amanda Wyss, Tina Gray, a teenager has a nightmare in which it sees itself being brutally murdered and she is found dead in reality as well. Her boyfriend, who slept with her that night stopped on the suspicion that he killed Tina. Nancy attack similar dreams now, a friend of Tina, which are released to the police only to find that Rod, Tina's boyfriend, has also been strangled by her bed sheets. After a few dreams, Nancy is a battered hat that is to be owned by Fred Krueger who had killed many children around a decade ago. He was buried alive by the parents of dead children vengeance and now it seems he is taking his revenge on other kids. Ultimately, Nancy Krueger drags his dreams and puts it on fire and it drained all their energy.

The premise of the film is the distinction between reality and dreams. Fred Krueger, the villain of the film in the world of dreams, yet has the ability to kill in reality. The performance of the commercial film was moderately well, counting for much of the word of mouth. It opened in 165 theaters in the U.S. in November 1984 and eventually earned $ 25 million at the box office in America. Moreover, the film was released in Australia, Canada, China and Europe. Rentals and sales of the film was strong and reached cult classic status soon. Since then, has also been released in DVD form.

Since the release of the film, critics have praised for its ability to break the boundaries between the real and imaginary. The Rotten Tomatoes has given a rating of 94% to the film and is ranked # 17 on 100, Bravo's scariest movie moments of 2004. This is a four-hour program selects scariest moments of cinema.

10 best movies of the 70 now available on Blu-ray

Many people have called the 1970 second Golden Age of Cinema, on par with the films produced during the late 1920's until 1950. With new directors like Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese are coming onto the scene, it is very difficult to discuss this. The 70's were certainly a time of great stories, the production of high quality films driven by characters rather than plot. Great movies that still hold up today.

Here are some of these 70 movies available on Blu-ray. Each is a great achievement in film and would be essential to anyone's film collection. One of the great advantages of owning a Blu-ray DVD Player is the fact that you get to relive watching all these wonderful films that you enjoyed in the past, as if you first see it. Check out these top movies of the 70's and enjoy them again.

M * A * S * H ??(Director: Robert Altman, 1970)

Although one of the most acclaimed comedies ever made, M * A * S * H ??is also one of the films most emblematic antiwar ever produced. Directed by Robert Altman, based on the novel "MASH: A Novel on three military doctors" by Richard Hooker. Adapted for the screen by Ring Larder Jr., tells the story of a group of doctors and nurses serving in Korea during the Korean War. No real plot, the film is about the arrival of two surgeons, captains "Hawkeye" Pierce and "Duke" Forrest and his interaction with the surgical team. They use a series of high revelry humor to keep your sanity during all the horror that war brings.

Video Quality: M * A * S * H ??was not a movie that looked sharp and strong, or particularly bright. This was the intended purpose of the original cinematographers. Filters were used and brown tones to give the film a unique look. Although this aspect is still in its 1080p AVC encoded transfer, yet gives us the best image quality of the film has had.

Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect Ratio: 2:35.1
Original aspect ratio: 2.40:1

Audio Quality: The film has been given a new sound without any loss in the form of a 5.1 DTS-HD Master soundtrack.

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
Portuguese: Dolby Digital 5.1
Thailand: Dolby Digital 5.1
Germany: DTS 5.1
English: Dolby Digital Mono

Special Features:
- "The Complete Guide Interactive M * A * S * H"
- "AMC Backstory: M * A * S * H"
- "Enlisted: The Story of M * A * S * H"
- "M * A * S * H: History Through the Lens"
- "Remembering M * A * S * H: 30th Annual Meeting Cast and crew"
- Two trailers
- Image Gallery

A Clockwork Orange (Director: Stanley Kubrick, 1971)

A controversial film to date. His images of sex and violence is one of the most graphic ever put on screen. But simply, A Clockwork Orange Stanley Kubrick is a cinematic masterpiece. Adapted from the novel by Anthony Burgress the same name, the film is about a man, Alex DeLarge, a criminal psychopath. Among its many charms is Beethoven, rape and ultra violence. He is the leader of a group of young offenders who spend their nights stealing cars, breaking into peoples houses and violent attacks on humans are. Alex is taken by the government and used as a test subject in an experiment to force criminals to become a citizen to behave well. With this film, Kubrick asked us to consider the greater evil. Monstrous acts committed by Alex over the film or our desire to destroy a person's own moral decision to keep the social order.

Video Quality: The film is presented in Blu-ray 1080p VC-1 encoding and a 1.66:1 aspect ratio. Their bright colors and were upgraded crude is tremendous.
Video codec: VC-1
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.66:1

Audio Quality: The audio of the film has been remixed a track of uncompressed 5.1 PCM track and a Dolby Digital 5.1. Now you can enjoy Beethoven symphonies synthesis in all its glory.
English: PCM 5. 1 (48 kHz, 24 bits)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
German: Dolby Digital 5.1

Special Features:
- Comment from Malcolm McDowell and Nick Redman Film Historian
- "Still Tickin ': The Return of Clockwork Orange"
- Great bolshy Yarblockos: the construction of A Clockwork Orange "
- "Oh, luck Malcolm"
- Trailer

The Godfather I and II (Director: Francis Ford Coppola, 1972/1974)

They are generally considered two of the best American films ever made and benchmarks in the world of cinema. Francis Ford Coppola, The Godfather and The Godfather II is a crime saga of several generations of the family. Looking Marlon Brando as Vito Corleone and Al Pacino as his son Michael, the story takes place in New York in the 1940's. The Corlones are a mafia family, Vito and the Godfather or Don. Michael is initially a stranger in the family. Making the decision to stay out of the family business. Through a series of unfortunate events, Michael is soon drawn into a life of crime and eventually rising to the position of ultimate power. Through the two movies shown every aspect of their lives, of births, marriages, relationships with friends and allies, to death. What remains, in essence, is a great family drama.

Video Quality: significantly better than their counterparts in DVD, Godfather films on Blu-ray 1080p AVC delivered in MPEG-4 encoded in an aspect ratio of 1.78:1. Offering of great fullness and strong.
Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio quality: Presented in Dolby 5.1 Surround TruHD for all films, which offers great clarity and the best sound ever for the Godfather films.
English: Dolby TrueHD 5.1 (48kHz/24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital Mono
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1

Young Frankenstein (Director: Mel Brooks, 1974)

They do not come any funnier than Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein. A parody of the classic horror films Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein. Using the same system as the original, the story centers around Frederick Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) and their effects on going to revive the dead. With the help of a bumbling assistant Igor (Marty Feldman), and the beautiful Inga (Teri Garr) is able to create life, the monster (Peter Boyle). In one scene after another of the highlights of comedy, Mel Brooks brings the best of its cast, which includes: Cloris Leachman, Madeline Kahn, Kenneth Mars and Gene Hackman in a classic cameo. Unlike many comedy films, it does not age and his jokes are still as fun as it was 30 years ago.

Video Quality: It gets the absolute maximum of 1080p AVC encoding. The remastering of the black and white image looks fantastic.
Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio Quality: The film has a DTS HD Master Audio 5.1 soundtrack and original mono remix of the film.
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: Mono
French: Mono
Spanish: Mono

Special Features:
- In the Lab: Secret Formulas of the realization of 'Young Frankenstein'
- Alive! Creating a Monster Classic
- Making of Young Frankenstein FrankenSense
- Transylvanian Lullaby: The Music of John Morris
- The Franken track ~: a monstrous conglomerate Trivia
- Interviews in Mexico

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Director: Milos Forman, 1975)

Mils Forman directed this 1975 film that follows the lives of patients in a mental institution. This film is considered one of the best films of American cinema. The main character of the story is Randle Patrick McMurphy, played to perfection by Jack Nicholson. That is sentenced to 18 months in prison for rape statues, but he soon convinces the prison guards he's crazy and need psychiatric care. His rebellious nature soon attracts a with the other patients. Soon they were collected to take Nurse Ratched, who runs the institution as a dictator than a giver devoted to health care. The resulting conflicts and battles will give viewers some of the most powerful emotions ever experienced while watching a movie. A cinematic masterpiece solid, well worth experiencing again in Blu-ray.

Video Quality: This film is about Blu-ray 1080p VC-1 encodes. Definitely the best remastered version produced. With it, high quality images of 1080, the resolution is a huge advantage over any other version previously published.
Video codec: VC-1
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio Quality: The resolution of Dolby Digital 5.1 sound.
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: Dolby Digital Mono
Spanish: Dolby Digital Mono
German: Dolby Digital Mono
Italy: Dolby Digital Mono

Special Features:
- Audio Commentary
- The making of One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest
- Deleted Scenes
- Trailer
- Collection of brochures

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Director: Steven Spielberg, 1977)

This 1977 film Steven Spielberg has become one of the most revered films Science fiction of all time. It stars Richard Dreyfuss, Fran├žois Truffaut, Melinda Dillon, Teri Garr and. It is the story of an electrical lineman whose life takes an unexpected turn when night meets some unidentified lights flying in the sky. It soon becomes obsessive, can not help himself from being dragged into a rural area of ??Wyoming. Government agents are also on this site alienate the general public. More of a character driven film, this science fiction story is no less fascinating and visually spectacular.

Video Quality: This is a stunning visual film transferred to 1080p AVC MPEG-4. The film is still to keep your tone of grain, but you will never see this film look as vibrant as it does on Blu-ray.
Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1

Audio Quality: You have two audio options, DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 and Dolby TrueHD 5.1. Both the sound that gives high resolution by the soundtrack absolutely brilliant too.
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: Dolby TrueHD 5.1
French: Dolby TrueHD 5.1
Spanish: Dolby TrueHD 5.1

Special Features:
- Steven Spielberg: 30 Years of Encounters
- Storyboard to screen comparison
- Photo Gallery
- Making Documentary
- "Watch the Skies"
- Deleted Scenes
- A view from above

Saturday Night Fever (Director: John Badham, 1977)

Most films come and go without warning or much impact on our daily lives. While others, all that rare, can come and in one instance have an impact and even change our culture. Saturday Night Fever is one of those movies. After its launch 1977, rules the waves of disco music and the dance floor. Tells the story of a 19-year-old from Brooklyn Italian American with the name of Tony Manero (John Travolta). He works at the local paint shop and still lives with his family. At night, he frequents a strip club and becomes a dance club god. Director John Badham does a great job showing the spiritual connection between music and dance, and how Tony sees this as a means of escaping his life is limited to something bigger.

Video Quality: High quality with Blu-ray in 1080p AVC MPEG-4 encoded. This version of Saturday Night Fever is the best in the movie theater has been regarded as replacements.
Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio Quality: Dolby 5.1 Surround remixes TrueHA, the soundtrack is awesome. You can enjoy all those classic songs like never before.
English: Dolby TrueHD 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1

Special Features:
- Commentary by Director John Badham
- Pop-up trivia
- Documentary: Catch the fever
- Back to Bay Ridge (9 minutes), organized by Joe Cali
- Dance like John Travolta and Cassese (9 minutes)
- Fever Challenge - Interactive Feature
- Deleted Scenes

Midnight Express (Director: Alan Parker, 1978)

Midnight Express by Billy Hayes is and what happens when caught trying to smuggle two kilos of hashish from Istanbul, Turkey. Sentenced to 4 years imprisonment, the penalty spread rapidly, with Mr. Hayes and unbearable suffering terrible acts of physical and mental torture. While being committed to a mental institution of the prison where he manages to escape in 1975. He said with a fine skill and detail, directed by Alan Parker and screenwriter Oliver Stone has created a powerful movie.

Video Quality: This film comes to Blu-ray 1080p AVC with MPEG-4 encoded in an aspect ratio of 1.85:1 The picture quality is good and true to its origins ..
Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC
Video resolution: 1080
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio Quality: Audio is also true to the original source. Remixed in Dolby TrueHD 5.1 is obtained very good results.
English: Dolby TrueHD 5.1
English: Dolby Digital Mono
French: Dolby TrueHD 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0
Portuguese: Dolby TrueHD 5.1

Special Features:
- Producers
- Production
- The finished film
- The Making of 'Midnight Express'

Chance (Director: Hal Ashby, 1979)

Peter Sellers gives the performance of an award-winning gardener Chance (Chauncey Gardiner) in truly classic comedy. He plays a simple man who has been isolated all his life in a house in Washington, DC. And all I know something of what he has seen and heard on television. Once out into the world, is a series of characters from the inner circles of political power manufacturers and makes it drop as a result of one of the best comedies of the 70's.

Video Quality: Remastered 1080p VC-1 with the image transfer is the best this film has always been.
Video codec: VC-1
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Quality of Audio: The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital 1.0 or lossless Dolby True 2.0 mono.
English: Dolby TrueHD 2.0
English: Dolby Digital 1.0
Spanish: Dolby Digital 1.0
French: Dolby Digital 1.0

Special Features:
- Reports to be there
- Deleted Scenes
- Alternate Ending
- Gag Reel
- Trailer

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Seven explanations of why films are to be renamed Karate

Martial arts movies have spread rapidly around the world in recent decades. These karate movies nonstop action has attracted many followers of the cult. Here are seven reasons why karate films continue to delight crowds of movie lovers again and again.

The first reason for the popularity of karate movies is because it is very entertaining to watch. Although many of the story lines tend to be predictable, it is easy to get carried away by the fast-paced action and amazing fighting skills of the actors. Most of the latter are experts in martial arts, and the crowds love it when the hero makes fun of the bad guys with devastating kicks and moves great.

Second, these shows are wonderful films of cultural change. Until recently, these films were only known in Asian countries. Now Western audiences vicariously take a look at the cultural aspects of life in Asia, while being captivated by what is happening on the screen. You could say that the popularity of martial arts in the West is mainly due to the importation of programs such films.

Karate movies today are box office favorites, and managers to maintain production of the film to attract crowds. When these films began to seep into the conventional movie theater, his fame quickly soured as eagles. There is no doubt that the crowd-pulling karate contemporary photo shows with great names of Western movie stars owe their success to the extensive use of martial arts.

The next reason to increase the fame of these films, especially among the young can be attributed to what is known as cult hero. Both stars male and female karate movie instantly become role models and inspire many young people to the ordinary in this sport. For many of the actions on the screen of the heroes are associated with the respect and admiration for what can be achieved through constant training. In other words, these films effectively tap into young people's fantasies about success and find purpose in life.

Reason number five has to do with the positive effects films have on the disciples of karate in particular. Those who take part in sport, because of what is portrayed in the film we find that there is ample reason to continue it well. In addition to making new friends and have something to do after school or work, but also plays other aspects of life. It is an important reinforcement of health, instill discipline and character building forms and mental acuity.

The sixth reason why karate movies appeal to amateurs and professionals related to the magnetism of the extraordinary in life. Most of the basic story lines to speak directly with the lives of many fans. The images of the heroes who fight for what is somewhere worth through the practice of martial arts help lift the spirits of the realm of the fantastic daily monotony. This is absolutely confidence-inspiring things.

The seventh reason why these movies are famous is because it involves many facets of life, albeit in an incredibly stylish. While the fight scenes are the focus of these films, but can also deal with serious matters and sad, focus on justice and morality, while being very funny. The seven indicators presented here show why karate movies have created a cult widening after today.

A history of horror movies online to enjoy

Sometimes use the network for a movie is good idea. If you are looking for horror movies online, you will be an exciting surprise. No matter what your desire is fear, you are bound to find a movie you like. The Internet is slowly but surely becoming the premier destination to watch movies, the reason is the unlimited selection. This is definitely the case with respect to the horror genre.

There's something about being afraid that we like. Not always, of course, in reality, however, there is something exciting about being on the edge of your seat through a story. People tell scary stories around a campfire or when the power goes out and the house is dark, these stories work best when we feel vulnerable. A classic book as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, it even has its roots in this type of storytelling. It was during a terrible storm in Switzerland that was locked inside with her husband and Lord Byron. They sat around the fire, reading German ghost stories, which gave Byron the idea that everyone should write their own supernatural history.

The history of the horror film is almost as old as cinema itself, George Melies directed the short film The Manoir du Diable moved in 1896. This vampire movie just two minutes, but was loved by the public. Over the next thirty years or so it would be mainly German filmmakers who dabbled in the horror, Nosferatu FWMurnau 1922 of the first feature vampires and Robert Wiene's Cabinet of Dr Cagliari the most memorable.

At the time the 1930s began, Hollywood has joined the game scary, and so began the era of Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy. Actors such as Lon Chaney, Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi became household names of these movies and its many sequels. By the 1950's added the horror genre into the mix foreign and evolving genre. There were movie studios were doing horror films exclusively and started seeing a lot of low budget movies crash.

The important thing is that many of the films of this generation are actually available to view online. Whether the invasion of the Body Snatchers, or Christopher Lee as Dracula, a number of online movie sites offer a great variety of these classic films. For the movie buff of the network is a treasure chest, with the ability of the films that are almost impossible to rent in video stores.

The new generation of horror began to unfold in the late 1960's and 70's with classics like Hitchcock The Birds and Psycho and Rosemary's Baby and The Exorcist in 1973 became the highest grossing horror film in history. And then in 1975 made by the young Sharks Spielberg became the highest grossing film of all time. On the other side of the scale, independent films as Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Dawn of the Dead George Romero began a sub-culture horror films that would take movie franchises today as Saw and Hostel.

Of course, the seventies and eighties also saw the introduction of the legends of horror like Wes Craven and John Carpenter and film adaptations of the works of Stephen King. The work of Craven (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Carpenter (Halloween) and Sean Cunningham (Friday the thirteenth), presented to adolescents at risk storylines that dominate the horrors of the next two decades. More recently they have been influenced by the emergence of Asian horror films, with many even remade in Hollywood. Films like The Ring and The Grudge are actually re-makes excellent Japanese films.

But the best thing about the search for horror movies online is that you are able to find that the sub-culture that has existed since the 1950's. Fans of horror movies and the Internet has given a means to show the world. There are hundreds of parody films, horror films, "gore-graphy" zombie movies, and much more out there. So if you want to be afraid tonight, turn on the computer and start searching. Wait, is not a horror movie to start it?

Film Essay - Veronika Voss

Veronika Voss, directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, is a tale of bad humor, but very effective addiction and exploitation. Fassbinder is considered by many as the most famous member of the film movement known as the "New German Cinema." This revolution in the cinema erupted in the 1960s as a reaction to the movies escapist fluff that West Germany had fallen in the wake of the Third Reich, and as a way of taking a stand against the political climate of the time, and against the in power. Veronika Voss was released in 1982, towards the end of the tragically short life of Fassbinder, when he himself was struggling with an addiction that soon killed him. Full of stunning black and white photographs, the film goes back to Hollywood films of the decade of 1950, and is the latest in a Fassbinder film trilogy about the alleged "economic miracle" that was West Germany after the war . Although the film is more accessible than some of his earlier works, Veronika Voss still contains many of the common themes throughout Fassbinder's career, and indeed, all the new German cinema in general. These issues include a distrust of authority, exploitation of the less fortunate, and abuse of power.

Film's main character, Veronica, played by Rosel Zech, is a movie star washing of the Third Reich, now unable to find work, and has become addicted to morphine. Rumors abound that she had an affair with Goebbels during the war, and like many of Fassbinder's earlier movie characters cavorted with the Nazis, who is being punished in the karmic sense. Isolated by her fame, she is desperately seeking "refuge and protection" of the world. She feels persecuted and helpless, having lost his anonymity. In one scene, she is essentially stalked by a couple of women in a jewelry store that in their relentless advance, looking for an autograph, in his attempt to retreat. The "protection" is for two people: Robert, played by Hilmar Thate, a sports journalist offered an umbrella to see her standing in the rain, and Dr. Katz, played by Ana Maria Duringer, her neurologist, who prescribed morphine itself that Veronika is addicted.

The Doctor is the root of corruption in history, as it not only provides the drug to Veronika, who exploits the situation by feeding the former star addiction and dependency use of coercion and blackmail her. So powerful is Dr. Katz grip forces "best friend" Veronika to sign over their money and property. The corruption runs even though, as Robert finds out later, the doctor has been doing a lot worse for her other patients. Once the victim runs out of money, which "accidentally" overdosed on sleeping pills, and "kindly" leave all their possessions to the doctor. Katz and his associates, in turn, live extravagantly at the expense of addicts they have created. His office is particularly striking for a medical center and decorated with expensive furniture. Through this corruption, Fassbinder strongly asserts that authority figures should be questioned and kept under control, or those in power exploit the weak and vulnerable.

Veronika Robert is taken immediately after their meeting, and believes it can help to overcome their problems. Who discovers the plot, but discovers that not only is unable to help, but ends up making things worse, and hurting those around him. He is ready at all times, especially because corruption is much deeper than first thought. Upon discovering Dr. Katz scheme, will be a narcotics administrator for help. Unfortunately, this manager is in the scam as well, and the conspirators are able to thwart Robert completely, and even go so far as to kill his girlfriend, Harriet, to hide the truth. The police, another figure of authority, are completely useless, and I think that nothing says Robert. So complete is the defeat of Robert losing two women in his life: his girlfriend, Veronica, who is a victim of "accidental" Dr. Katz overdose. Although this seems to imply that Fassbinder feels that the fight against corrupt authority is useless, quite the opposite. Fassbinder's claim that the public should not be naive, and must understand the level of corruption that can come, and the extent to which they must be vigilant in protecting their freedoms. Unfortunately, this message is lost in the sad and morbid tone of the film.

The 1970s was a turbulent time for the Federal Republic of Germany. With the widespread fears of terrorism and communism, the government took extraordinary powers, which many, including members of the New German Cinema movement, which is considered too extreme. Many believed that the government was corrupt and could not be trusted. This climate of fear and distrust of authority is clearly reflected in Veronika Voss.

Fassbinder also disagrees with the U.S. presence in West Germany in Veronika Voss. The uniqueness of America, a soldier, is a drug dealer in the league with Dr. Katz. In addition, American music always plays in the office of Dr. Katz, but in no other part of the film, providing clues from the beginning that something is not right. The implication is that U.S. involvement in western Germany is a large part of the corruption of power that is abundant and, moreover, that the Americans are exploiting the Germans for their own purposes and profits. As post-war years progressed, many in West Germany began to see the U.S. as an imperialist power, pulling the strings, and Fassbinder presents dramatically the feeling in this film.

Veronika Voss is actually a film of light and shadow. This is evident even from the opening credits, black as the words float across a white surface, casting shadows in its wake. Fassbinder use of black and white photography is clever and beautiful, and each scene is beautifully lit deliberately. The film is stylish, and the contrast between black and white is used to produce their effects, creating an appearance similar to that of a black film classic. An excellent example of this is the flashbacks, as Veronica remembers better times in his life. They are dramatically lit, around characters with auras of light, and giving each scene an almost heavenly touch. Veronika memory of their time on the film set at the beginning of the movie is the best example of this. The difference is striking when contrasted with the memories today, as Fassbinder do at home. In the past, is warm and bright with lights and different shades, while at present completely dark room, with furniture covered. The office of Dr. Katz is another example of how Fassbinder uses light and darkness to tell her story. The office is completely white and bright, incredibly, however, unlike the flashback scenes, there are no shadows whatsoever. Even the furniture and appliances are white. This creates a cold feeling, as if someone is trying to hide the evil within, under a veneer of sterility.

The weak point of this film lies in the characterizations. While the performance is strong in general, none of the characters are likeable. Veronika is weak and helpless, totally dependent, and always looking for someone to protect her. This, combined with his self-pity, they won the sympathies of the audience. Robert is cold and emotionless, just gather a minor outbreak frustration that nobody believes him. He cheats on his girlfriend without thinking twice, and does not hesitate to endanger it. In many ways is like it as the exploitation of other authority figures who are fighting against. In turn, his girlfriend is submissive, which Robert de cheat without consequences, and basically do what he wants her. Veronika and Robert relationship is also very underdeveloped. There seems to be a great chemistry between the two, and, in fact, have little screen time together. It's hard to imagine what Robert sees convinces him to put his own life and the lives of others in danger.

Despite these weaknesses, it is easy to recommend this film to anyone interested in Fassbinder or New German Cinema. The film is well shot, with a masterful use of black and white lighting. The topics presented are strong and present a convincing portrait of the concerns of many West Germans at the time it was made, in particular the directors of the New German Cinema. In general, the film is well designed, with a solid mystery, a compelling story and strong thematic base.

Tamil film industry and successful heroines

The film industry of Tamil Nadu which is also popularly known as Kollywood is the second in India after Bollywood so the production status is concerned. Tamil films are distributed equally throughout the world and in various places such as Malaysia, Canada, Europe and USA. You can get an account thereof in Tamil cinema news if they are watching TV or reading a newspaper.

The Tamil film industry is properly positioned in Chennai and has a strong history and pulsationg from the moment the first movie was silent in public called "Kichaka Vaadham" in 1916. However, with the introduction of the word in the film, we had one of the hit films first known by the name of "Kalidas". Although these films, the film that led to worldwide fame and acclaim of the Tamil film industry "Chandralekha" which prompted the audience to not finish and were amazed. As a matter of fact, the success of this film paved the way for success and the constancy of this film industry. Besides this, the movie Chandralekha is one of the most expensive films ever made in the particular history of this industry.

You can also find a lot of politicians in Tamil film industry or vice versa can be said that the film begins Kollywood has a deep meaning to politics. You will be surprised to know that many of the themes of Tamil films are inspired by ancient folk songs of Tamil Nadu. We have seen Jayalalitha was a popular Tamil actress before she joined politics. By the way, which is the current chief minister of Tamil Nadu. Since its inception, the Tamil film industry has been connected with politics and many of his characters and movie themes are based on old folk ballads of Tamil Nadu. Karunanidhi, who was the Prime Minister of Tamil Nadu and was a famous film director and also known for writing some of the best scripts for Tamil films. Some of the leading actresses in Tamil movies also can be seen in ads and some of them act as ambassadors for the brand of consumer goods companies in India and around the world. We can now read about some of the famous Tamil heroines or higher and if you can get an account from the same movie reviews, this edition will provide an overview of them.

Currently, Anushka is the heroine in Kollywood and the top according to the news film that probably has canceled a Bollywood film offer for what it is capable of acting in a Tamil film, which also shows their dedication to the industry film as a whole. She almost comparable to Hema Malini one of the actresses of yesteryear said. Trisha is another heroine who is also very popular, but some of his recent films did not fare well at the box office. Tamanna is also an actress in Kollywood and said two of the films she's working on now is eagerly awaited by the public.

Why you should watch Bollywood DVDs

Bollywood is the Indian equivalent of Hollywood. Bollywood produces about 1,000 films a year.

If you go to see Bollywood India everywhere, from huge billboards of magazine covers and advertisements for soft drinks and televisions. Bollywood is everywhere.

Although Hollywood has a wider audience, but Bollywood has an attraction that Hollywood can not ignore. A lot of companies are actively investing money Hollywood in Bollywood. Some of these companies are: 20th Century Fox, Sony Entertainment, Warner Brothers, Disney, etc.

The Indians who live in Western countries have helped to become global Bollywood. Bollywood movies are now commonly in the movie screens in the UK, USA and Canada. You can go to any big city and it is likely that cinemas show the latest versions of Bollywood.

If you do not often go to movies and I like Indian movies, you can always rent or buy movies new and old Bollywood in cities with significant Indian population. Whenever there are shops that sell and rent Indian movies on DVD in these cities. Bollywood is part of Indian culture, even if you live abroad.

If you live in a city or a small town with no shops selling Indian Bollywood DVDs then you can buy online your favorite movie in India. There are many online stores that sell DVDs of Bollywood. But you need to shop around and find the right shop. There are big differences in prices between the stores. Some online stores are priced by the clouds of Bollywood films. This is because buyers do not know that there are other options on the Internet. Buyers will be the first website to find and I think it's the website that has the best selection and because it is on the first page of search engines, then it must be a good website. But if you scroll down or go to second or third page, including search engines, find jewelry stores online. You can save more than half the money just take your time and shop around before you actually buy the DVD you want. There are online stores that sell only the latest versions. But there are also online stores that sell old movies in black and white and new.

As a Indian Bollywood film fan you will be surprised to know that there are a lot of Westerners, non-Indians who buy old movies of Bollywood.

Most popular actors and actresses of all time Bangla Bangla Natok and Canada on Film

Bangla cinema has produced a long list of masterpieces right from its inception to the present. Along with the films that have been classified in the recognition and popularity, are the actors and actresses whose performances made the film truly memorable.

Bangla popular actors include:

1) Uttam Kumar

He is recognized as "the" super star of Bangla films and the popular Bengali actor. His first film, Dristidaan, was released in 1948. Since then he has made countless films a year until 1980, when he died unexpectedly of a heart attack. Moviegoers especially loved his romantic movies with actress Suchitra Sen.

2) Saumitra Chatterjee

This talented actor is a favorite of director Satyajit Ray Bangla, which appears in the middle of all films by the great director. His first appearance was in the final film in the Apu trilogy, as the fight Apu. He also appeared in another trilogy, this time in all three films - Charulata, Samapti, Ghare Baire and also by Satyajit Ray, called Calcutta trilogy. Besides being an actor, Saumitra Chatterjee also wrote and directed plays Bengali.

Bangla actresses most popular are:

1) Suchitra Sen

Considered the most popular Bengali actress of all time, Suchitra Sen also has the distinction of being the first Indian actress to receive an award of an international film festival. This was the award for Best Supporting Actress for the film Saat Paak Bnadha, awarded to her at the Moscow Film Festival 1963. It is also dearer than the other half of the team with Uttam Kumar enduring love.

2) Supriya Chaudhury

A favorite of filmmakers during the heyday of Bangla cinema, Supriya Chaudhury acted as the female lead in most movies. She is mostly remembered for her role in Meghe Dhaka Tara Bangla natok and Neeta, the support of a refugee family struggling.

Most popular actors and actresses of all time Bangla Bangla Natok and Film in

Bangla cinema has produced a long list of masterpieces right from its inception to the present. Along with the films that have been classified in the recognition and popularity, are the actors and actresses whose performances made the film truly memorable.

Bangla popular actors include:

1) Uttam Kumar

He is recognized as "the" super star of Bangla films and the popular Bengali actor. His first film, Dristidaan, was released in 1948. Since then he has made countless films a year until 1980, when he died unexpectedly of a heart attack. Moviegoers especially loved his romantic movies with actress Suchitra Sen.

2) Saumitra Chatterjee

This talented actor is a favorite of director Satyajit Ray Bangla, which appears in the middle of all films by the great director. His first appearance was in the final film in the Apu trilogy, as the fight Apu. He also appeared in another trilogy, this time in all three films - Charulata, Samapti, Ghare Baire and also by Satyajit Ray, called Calcutta trilogy. Besides being an actor, Saumitra Chatterjee also wrote and directed plays Bengali.

Bangla actresses most popular are:

1) Suchitra Sen

Considered the most popular Bengali actress of all time, Suchitra Sen also has the distinction of being the first Indian actress to receive an award of an international film festival. This was the award for Best Supporting Actress for the film Saat Paak Bnadha, awarded to her at the Moscow Film Festival 1963. It is also dearer than the other half of the team with Uttam Kumar enduring love.

2) Supriya Chaudhury

A favorite of filmmakers during the heyday of Bangla cinema, Supriya Chaudhury acted as the female lead in most movies. She is mostly remembered for her role in Meghe Dhaka Tara Bangla natok and Neeta, the support of a refugee family struggling.

Best Romance movies to see a man

This is a plea to all men out there to his beloved wife or girlfriend please let us compromise on the best romantic movies to watch. We, the men sat through the movie overboard and Fifty First Dates, maybe I should explain more about the issue.

It is a fact that women dress to please others better men and women dress their best to please women. With this in mind more or less men will do anything to please women. Even cheesy romance movies with our favorite girl. "Caramel" movies that men never see for themselves and definitely never with friends.

Of course, we, the people will say yes to a romantic movie with you, but you ladies should understand that men (and I think I speak for most of us) have a limited attention span when it comes to movies. If the movie does not have a car chase, shoot out, much blood and gore, outrageous comedy or a bikini or two male mind drifting elsewhere. Which reminds me, please do not ask any questions about the romantic movie we just saw.

So what say that in our next choice of the best romance movie that we commit and go for a romance / comedy or romance / action or romance / comedy / action? Bikinis are not a priority!

Actually, I really like the movie overboard and Fifty First Dates, but along with those who have any other suggestions of the best romantic movies list here ....

Mar - 1987

Starring: Kurt Russell as Dean Proffitt, Goldie Hawn as Joanna Stayton. Also Michael Hagerty, Edward Herrmann, Katherine Helmond.

Joanna Stayton filthy rich snob and her husband Grant Stayton III of the land of his yacht in a small port in Oregon. Joanna, the darling hire one of the villagers to build a closet on his yacht. Dean Proffitt built the cabinet, discussed with Joanna and the yacht began, unpaid and little disturbed. Suddenly, Mrs. Stayton falls overboard and nobody notices yachts. With a bad case of amnesia found Joanna Stayton then put on local television. Struggling carpenter Dean Proffitt is the opportunity for revenge and children sitting at the same time convinces Mrs. Stayton rich that her name is Annie Proffitt and she is his wife, also a mother of four obnoxious. Proffitt plan works for a while before she recalls. Very funny, you gotta see the movie.

Romancing the Stone - 1984

Starring: Michael Douglas as Jack Colton and Joan Wilder Kathleen Turner, Danny DeVito as Ralph.

With a map of mystery in the hand of a romance novelist Joan Wilder flies from New York and ends in the rural jungle of Colombia. Almost killed by locals Zolo, who are led by a corrupt Colombian police, and is saved by a kind of American hero adventurer, Jack T. Colton. Jack Joan agrees to take back to civilization, to safety with added obstacles, like an emerald of the most wanted, the map of mystery and a con man named Ralph, who is fashionable in its path. This exciting adventure jungle walk gives a lot of action, comedy and romance.

Always - 1989

Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, John Goodman, Holly Hunter.

Steven Spielberg directs this romantic fantasy film about a firefighter who dies in an air accident, leaving a very upset girlfriend. The pilot returns as a ghost and helps a novice to be the best pilot fighting the fire, but the rookie girl falls for the dead pilots. A very moving film, but it also has action and comedy.

Fifty First Dates - 19

Starring: Adam Sandler as Henry Roth, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Whitemore, Sean Astin and Blake Clark as Lucy's brother and father and Rob Schneider.

Out of the best romantic movies to watch this one leans more towards the lady making the male. The comedy certainly helps that the man likes too.

Hawaiian paradise carefree womanizer Henry Roth meets Lucy Whitemore and beats him with her immediately. The next day, see Henry, Lucy remembers nothing. She has a loss of short-term memory. Father and brother of Lucy recreate every day just for her birthday and all. Every day is repeated again and again like a brand new day. Good fun and romantic movie together.

The proposal - 2009

Starring: Ryan Reynolds as Andrew Paxton and Sandra Bullock as Margaret Tate, Craig T. Nelson, Mary Steenburgen, Betty White.

Margaret Tate is a strict editor for a publisher in New York. The Canadian Margaret faces deportation because his visa expired and decides to marry her assistant Andrew Paxton slave in the promise of a promotion, to be agreed. Humor, funny, awkward, a great comedy movie romance.

Wedding Crashers - 2005

Starring: Owen Wilson as John Beckwith, Vince Vaughn as Jeremy Grey, Rachel McAdams, Isla Fisher, Christopher Walken.

John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey are lifelong friends and business partners as mediators of divorce. These two share a unique hobby hard. They crash weddings from all walks of life and religions. Having fun and meeting girls free is what its all about. Research for the wedding by shock, John and Jeremy end up in a matter where they are lavished on rich daughters, Claire and Gloria Cleary and fall course in love with them. This then leads to a state of Grand Island in which these girls live. That's where the trouble starts and the lies of John and Jeremy "wedding guest" are not working. More comedy than romance in this movie hilarious. I would say this film is teetering towards a film type.

OK, Wedding Crashers may be on the border of being a romantic movie or not. However, first dates and fifty water film definitely falls within the parameters of one of the best romance movies. Check out any of these movies with your loved one in any romantic evening. I'm sure you will not regret.

Cheers, Serge film.

Baja Zune - The rise, fall and resurgence of Bangla Cinema

The film industry in India, Bangladesh is more commonly known as Tollywood, the words Tollygunge and Hollywood. Tollygunge is an area in Kolkata, West Bengal in India, where the majority of Bengali movie studios are based. In fact, Baja Zune is the first of Hollywood inspired by the name prior to the most popular Mumbai-based Bollywood.

Bangladesh's first feature was a silent film called Bilwamangal, produced by Madan Theatre Company in Calcutta, Hiralal Sen recognized as one of the first film directors in India, Bangladesh.

The "talkies" began to flourish in the 1930s, with most of them made in Urdu or Persian to accommodate market demands. It did not take time to talk or Bangla movies talkies to get done with the film production Shasthi Jamai, a short film released in April 1931. A few months later, the first feature film was released Bangla. Dena Paona released in December 1931 in Chitra Cinema Hall in Calcutta.

The golden age of Bangla Natok happened from 1952 to 1975. This period was marked by outstanding filmmakers Bangla production of his most critically acclaimed and become influential not only India but all over the world. Perhaps the most important figure during this time was the director Satyajit Ray prolific. Due to such classics as the Apu trilogy, which received numerous awards worldwide, including the Honor Award of the Academy, India's Bharat Ratna, and the Legion of Honor of France. He opened the way for other filmmakers Bangla reach a global audience.

The Bengali film industry went through a decline that began in the 1980s, when Hindi films became more popular. Until the late 20th century, which was struggling due to inadequate distribution infrastructure.

Today, there seems to be a conscious effort of the new directors to produce not only movies in the Bengali language, but showing a different environment Bangla.

Dhallywood - A Brief History of Bangladesh Bangla Cinema

Based in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, Bangla film called Dhallywood, Dhaka, the word and Hollywood.

Already in 1898, movies are shown and in Dhaka in the Crown Theatre Bioscope Company Bradford. Established in 1898 in Calcutta by Hiralal Sen, the Royal Bioscope Company was the first Bengali organization for producing and exhibiting films. Although the films were in Bengali, the production work is mainly in Calcutta. First notable films made in Dhaka are Sukumari and the last kiss, produced by the Nawab family in 1928 and 1931, respectively.

Picture House, which began operations in 1913, was the first permanent cinema in Dhaka. House renamed new image, and later, Shabistan. The film industry has grown so rapidly that in 1947, there were around 80 cinemas in the area that is now Bangladesh.

Partition of India in 1947, the area was known as East Pakistan. The first film after the partition was a newsreel about the visit of Mohammad Ali Jinnah. The first feature film with sound came much later. Launched in 1956, the film Mukh O Mukhosh was based on the work of its director Abdul Jabbar Khan Dakaat (thieves). More movies that took place in the 1960 total annual production reached 35 films a year.

The number continued to increase when East Pakistan gained independence and became Bangladesh in 1971. One of the first films produced after this tumultuous time was Titash Ekti Nadir Naam (a river called Titas) by Ritwik Ghatak the great director.

Unfortunately, contemporary Bangla Natok from Bangladesh has become more commercial in nature. The industry has been criticized by the recent poor quality of the films focus only on the melodrama, sex and violence. Currently, the industry produces an average of 100 films a year, where the average budget per movie is 6.5 million Bangladesh taka.

Top 12 Black Film Festivals

Film festival directors to create fair and balanced program for their holidays. Despite the quality of the films, a festival with all the Black films is not necessarily as interesting as a mass festival, but opens the door of opportunity for niche festivals. As a filmmaker, when I began to identify the 10 best festivals of Black filmmakers, I was unable to locate any source of identification from the list. Through my own experiences living and working in Los Angeles in the entertainment industry for over 12 years, I had the opportunity to create my own list of film festivals of the 10 Black filmmakers. It is possible to reduce the list to 10 of the same size or greater, my list actually has 12 festivals in it.

1. Black American Cinema Festival

Originally known as the Acapulco Film Festival, the Black Film Festival found its way to Los Angeles via Miami. Produced by Film Life, Inc., which also produces the MTV Movie Black, Black Film Festival Film Festival is the most elegant Black, full of stars in Black films independently of the studio system.

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2. Pan African Film and Arts Festival in Los Angeles

With an attendance of over 200,000 people for the film festival and the arts, Paff is the largest and one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world Black. Each year, Paff screens over 150 films in the U.S., Africa, the Caribbean, South America, South Pacific, Europe and Canada.

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3. Hollywood Black Film Festival

Simultaneously with the Infotainment Conference, the Hollywood Black Film Festival is a wonderful stop for Black filmmakers, while many agents, distributors and sales agents looking for content specifically Black, to attend.

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4. Urbanworld Film Festival

Once home to its own distribution outlet, the Urbanworld Film Festival is still a choice of studios and independents to offer movies, network and discover new talent.

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5. San Diego Black Film Festival

Formerly known as the Black Film Festival, the San Diego Black Film Festival has become a kind event where filmmakers can be treated with class and respect.

sandiegoblackfilmfestival.com

6. Black International Cinema Berlin

The existence of more than 20 years and produced by Fountainhead Tanz Theatre in Berlin International Film Festival Black Film Black offers filmmakers the opportunity to exhibit general in Europe and build a bridge to their distribution in the pan-African market.

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7. Pan African Film Festival, Cannes

Although not sponsored by the French government as the Festival of Cannes, the Cannes Film Festival offers filmmakers Pan African Black's nickname Cannes, and the opportunity to share their work with the European market and make inroads for European distribution.

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8. Urban Film Series

The Urban Film Series is not really a film festival, but rather a projection of films and discussion. Located in the capital, organization and search engine advertising for the Urban Film Series is stellar and his film will get media attention across the nation's capital. In addition, urban film series also receive film screenings and discussions in other important markets for the Black community.

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9. New York Film Festival African Diaspora

The movie screens ADFF of the African diaspora around the world. As the detection of Hollywood, the selection of New York is not a bad idea. The media in New York serves as a substitute for leaving the country and media ADFF succeeds in getting his films respectable media.

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10. Roxbury Film Festival

One of the largest festivals of its kind in the area of ??New England, the Roxbury Film Festival has been a staple consisting of the provision of filmmakers of color an opportunity to display their work and let their voices be heard .

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11. San Francisco Black Film Festival

SFBFF has become a driving force to integrate the work of independent filmmakers in mainstream Black. Several films, which had its premiere in SFBFF, has secured distribution.

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12. BFM International Film Festival

BFM International Film Festival, sponsored by the Black Filmmaker magazine, is the world premiere and urban Black film festival in the UK. In addition to the main event in London, BFM also home to several mini-festivals around the UK.

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Christopher C. Odom is a director, writer, author, Nashville, TN, USA. I love movies, skating, dancing in couples and metaphysics.

There is hope for Bangla Film achieve acceptance in the world of Bollywood

When a non-indigenous asked about Indian films, most likely he will think of Bollywood. This is the challenge facing Bangla movie now - to be recognized throughout the world, unlike the film industry of Hindi language based in Mumbai.

Obviously, the Bengali film industry can not compete in terms of striking successes and budget. The budget of Rs 3 crores and is considered very expensive for a Bangla film, while other films in other regional and Bollywood cinema has an average expenditure of Rs 40 crores per film, with the most expensive budgets reach Rs 100 crores .

Therefore, Bangla natok should stick to its main strengths and skills strong script and plots of the authors and storytelling techniques masterful directors. Clearly, one can not rely on star power provided by the actors and actresses alone. It is worth remembering that the best films of Bangla as the Apu Trilogy, were made with a budget.

Apart from a narrow plot simple but effective narration, now Bangla filmmakers should make films that evoke the Bengali culture, atmosphere and character if the language of the film is in Bengali, Hindi, or English. Especially effective is the contemporary romance and fast-paced action movies starring younger actors. This technique will work as evidenced by the success of the film director Sandip Ray when contemporized the plot of his films. To make matters worse, directors and producers should also reach the festival circuit not only more funds but also to present quality works Bangla to foreign markets.

There are indications that the industry can compete Bengali. He is currently finding its way to the re-emergence of the dark ages of the 80 and 90. Since 2008, some 700 of the 800 movie theaters nationwide were the Bangla films. If this trend continues, Bangla cinema can be on par with Bollywood in terms of exposure and acceptance, for the first time in the domestic market and followed by the rest of the world.

William Fruet Weekend of Death (La Casa del Lago) - 1976

The Lake House (also known as weekend death) is an intense suspense survival drama directed by Canadian author William Fruet (who also created the drama of 1972 white wedding, the funeral creepy, and the murderer telepathic snake show spasms) and fantastic Brenda Vaccaro (fresh from his Oscar nominated role in Once Is Not Enough) and a real menacing Don Stroud (Bloody Mama, The Amityville Horror) in a deadly game, terrible cat and mouse.

Weekend death made some small critical acclaim when it opened in 1976, but was considered, however repugnant to many who could not handle his sexual blatant violence and brutality. (Interestingly, American film debut title The Lake House was a marketing attempt to build on the success of the equally brutal Wes Craven The Last House on the Left. ) If you can imagine Sam Peckinpah's Straw Dogs set in Canada and with a female protagonist of resources (Vaccaro), which is on track to imagine death. They were still based on a true Fruet happened in her native Canada, and the film has a realistic level of ugliness that was rare in the 70 movies and still going to hit today.

Weekend begins with the death of beautiful model Diane (Vaccaro) and hot dentist Harry (Chuck Shamata) accelerate the field happily on their way to the opulence of Harry (and very isolated) assets of a lavish party hosted by the orthodontist rich. After Diane auto enthusiast takes the wheel, the two are contested by four thugs thin in a red pickup a game of chicken, which is all set to Diane. After outdriving leering bullies and takes them to a ditch, Diane and Harry come home - and Diane soon begins to suspect that things are not what they seem to discover that there are no other customers have come to hit is Harry. As luck would have for our hero, Harry becomes a degree that fits a pervert lewd pictures of her in the shower in a secret room behind a two-way mirror and has no intentions of the other guests arrive, preferring to Diane has to himself.

Diane is shocked when he realizes the true motives of Harry and prepares to leave, but she and Harry made a surprise visit for the same underworld quartet terrified beasts on the road before. No wild-eyed leader Lep (Don Stroud), Runt errors with glasses and eye (Richard Ayres), laughing group of clowns Stanley (Don Granberry) and rotten teeth numbskull Frankie (Kyle Edwards), and none of them has the slightest regard for the safety and respect for others. The thugs torment Harry and Diane, holding them captive, and frolicking in the entire property and destroy everything that comes into contact with. Harry tries to negotiate with them and offer them money for your wrecked car if you are just out, but the four crazed villains have other plans in mind - including rape and shoot Diane Harry to death with a rifle. In the end, it's up to Diane to fight for his life against the insane ... and the child does it ever attract a booby-trapped by a fire in, quicksand, and the throat open with a piece of mirror in his attempted rape of Runt, even cutting back.

Death Weekend awards received from Sitges - International Film Festival of Catalonia in 1976 for Best Actress (Vaccaro) and Best Screenplay (Fruet) and deserved the two, Vaccaro, in particular. Her performance as Diane carefree model is immersed in a desperate fight for his life and sanity with four vicious thugs is powerful and real, easily able to engage the audience in your situation. Don Stroud distilled fierce machismo and the threat as Lep reckless sociopath who has little regard for human life and can not stand the fact that a girl like Diane can outdrive - the final blow to his ego narcissist. Chuck Shamata (The Devil and Max Devlin) is convincing as the financial security that Harry is horrified to see their prized possessions - including his luxury motor boat and works of art - cruelly destroyed by the League of brutes.

Weekend death has run for years on VHS and still have not seen a DVD release, so it has become a coveted collector's item. It's hard to believe as a fascinating, well-made thriller has been ignored by distributors for so long, and I think it's worth the high price to be paid these days to buy a copy. Weekend death is always tense, harrowing and brilliantly acted, and the rate is 8.5 out of 10.

Bangla Cinema - Definition, history and celebrities Canada

Bangla cinema refers to films made in the Bengali language in the Bengal region of Asia. One of the first film industries in India. The Bengali film industry is based on two areas: Tollygunge (an area in south Kolkata, West Bengal) and Dhaka (capital of Bangladesh).

Its origins go back when the "Bioscope" was established as an additional attraction to theater in the 1890s. Royal Bioscope Company established by Hiralal Sen, is credited with starting the industry. Later, in 1918, Dhirendra Nath Ganguly established Indo British Film Co. is the first company-owned production Bangla.

At first, the early incarnations of Bangla cinema produced scenes and dance sequences Bengali plays at the Theatre Star Theatre, Minerva, and Classical Theatre.

The first feature film was Billwamangal Bengali, made a silent film in 1919 and produced by Madan Theatre Company Calcutta. But since this is a silent film, perhaps technically, the difference goes to the Shashthi Jamal, a film or a sound talkie released in 1931. Popular Bengali film directors at this time included Debaki Pramathesh Barua and Bose.

In the decade of 1950, the Bengali film industry pioneered the "parallel cinema" movement. Also known as the Indian New Wave, this movement is characterized films with serious content, realism, and the description of socio-political climate of the time. From Bangla natok, the movement spread to the rest of the other film industries in India, providing an alternative to the general rate.

Classic Bangla films include Nagarik (1952), Jalsaghar (1958), Ajantrik (1958), Neel Akash Neechey (1959), Devi (1960), Meghe Dhaka Tara (1960) The Apu Trilogy (1955-1959), and the Calcutta Trilogy (1971-1976).

Notable Bengali filmmakers include Satyajijt Ray, Ritwik Ghatak, Mrinal Sen, Tapan Sinha, Budhhadeb Dasgupta, Rajen Tarafdar, Gautam Ghosh, Aparna Sen, Chakrabarty Utpalendu, Rituparno Ghosh, Sandip Ray, and Senator Raja

Canada - surrealist art

Canada Film is a miniature fireball of genius filmmaking. The spectacle of visual aesthetics. A "little giant" in the film industry that is universally known as the Hong Kong cinema. No other film in the world has realized the great variety of methods of film as good as Hong Kong. All parties. In all cultures. It sailed between the fight against the currents that flow of ideas without prejudice to its core and identity. From the strong focus on Hollywood action movie stunts dream of Chinese cinema, Hong Kong has perfected the formula for rapid surrealist art. Catnip for movie fans with short attention spans.

The industry of Hong Kong in the film is a canvas of its rich heritage. Comprised of the different countries they occupied. The unique blend of Eastern and Western influences is what distinguishes it from other Chinese cinema as Taiwan and China. During the transfer of sovereignty in the late 90's, the film industry suffered a setback shortly. Hong Kong cinema has since recovered. His comeback has been credited to its resilience and smart marketing strategies. The merging of television, music industry and the cinema of Hong Kong helped keep afloat in the current business climate problems.

HK cinema has come up with some great classics that have influenced Western cinema. For example, "House of Flying Daggers" is a film made in 2004. It's an action movie and romance, which had great success in Canada and U.S. markets as well. Surprisingly, the film did so well in these countries even though people did not understand Kantonese had to read subtitles to understand the story.

Westernized films like Kill Bill also shown. You will be able to recognize the Asian style of the film, however, the film was made in English. This shows the degree of influence of art and style of Hong Kong cinema was in the films of this era.

In conclusion, HK cinema is a less subtle but pervasive entertainment. It has avoided the pitfalls of complexity while capturing the imagination of audiences around the world. The films are very artificial visual escape the sad reality of life. An effective film production confronts reality with the surreal images screen aesthetics and art. HK film is effective because it does not pretend to be something it is not. The disconnect between reality and fiction is clearly shown in full-blown Technicolor. Like magic. Nothing more. Nothing less. And like any magic show, his reverence can only be achieved through complete abandonment of logical thought.