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Daily Archives: January 6, 2016

If you thought 2015 was filled with superhero movies and sequels, then get ready for 2016! The year ahead for films looks like quite the action-packed fest, from Superman and Batman together on-screen with Wonder Woman and the Flash, to a Marvel Civil War and the hilarity of Deadpool, the comics will once again be jumping onto the big screen…. Read more »

06 January 2016 | Features, Film Lists

In the beginning decades of cinema, there was no set language, no decided poetry, and no formal structure or grammar in filmmaking: there were no rules. The Lumière brothers experimented with realism (“Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory” (1895)), emotion (“Train Pulling into a Station” (1895)) and colour (“The Serpentine Dance” (1899)). Georges Méliès, another avant-garde filmmaker, trained his focus on… Read more »

06 January 2016 | Features, Film Lists