Family review: Don Palathara’s film is tender, incisive, and carefully chiseled

still who family. Throw: Vinay Fort, Divya Prabha, Matthew Thomas, Nilja K Baby, Julie Chirath Director: Don Ballatara evaluation: four and a half stars (out of 5) The film premiered Saturday at the ongoing 2023 Rotterdam International Film Festival A subtle, pervasive, and austere portrait of a rural community dominated by the Church in ways … Read more

How JM Film Resins Owners Preserve Old Film Reels Through Art – The Hollywood Reporter

Instead of letting old film reels accumulate and gather dust in warehouses, Jesse Brent and his wife, Michelle Sloey, decided to give new life to these films and make art out of them, which in turn puts the film back on display for the world to see. The duo, who collaborate under the company name … Read more

Film screening and discussion about skiing and mental health in Beaver Creek on Tuesday

The Mountain in My Mind will premiere at 5:30 p.m. at the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek. Courtesy photo After the Padilla family lost their 15-year-old son to suicide, the family made it their mission to help ensure the memory of Jack Padilla was never forgotten, and they tried to save a few … Read more

The agricultural film market is expected to reach $15.7

CHICAGO, Jan. 23, 2023 (Globe Newswire) — The worldwide Agricultural Film Market Estimated volume of US$11.5 billion in 2021 and expected to reach US$15.7 billion by 2026, at a compound annual growth rate of 6.5% over the forecast periodAccording to the latest study by MarketsandMarkets™. Protective films placed over the soil and covering greenhouses and … Read more

The Sundance Film Festival kicks off with the scoop

Eugene Hernandez, left, Head of Public Programs for the Sundance Film Festival and Incoming Director of the Sundance Film Festival, leads a personal conversation with Sundance Executive Director Joanna Vicente, Festival Director Kim Yotani and Senior Programmer and Director of Strategic Initiatives John Nin during the Sundance Scoop Conference, the festival’s inaugural press conference, on … Read more

Gina Lollobrigida: the star of the Italian film Cannes

Gina Lollobrigida, the 1950s Italian bombshell who starred in films like “Fanfan la Tulipe,” “Beat the Devil,” “Trapeze,” and “Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell,” has died. She was 95 years old. According to the Italian news agency La Presse, Lollobrigida died in a clinic in Rome. The cause of death was not mentioned. She underwent surgery … Read more

Tom Hanks wishes more fans loved his understated performance in the 2002 film Road to Perdition

Two-time Academy Award winner Tom Hanks knows he identifies best with films like Forrest Gump, Toy Story, Splash, Saving Private Ryan and Philadelphia, but there’s one film he wishes he could get more love for. “For one reason or another, no one is referring to Road to Perdition,” the 66-year-old in Cali lamented on CinemaBlend’s … Read more

Brutal Maestro: Why has Cate Blanchett’s cult film “Tarr” angered so many people? | Movies

sUnters probably wouldn’t need another reason to skip Tár, Todd Field’s much-discussed tale of a favorite leader who becomes a lightning rod for the #MeToo movement, but Marin Alsop was happy to oblige nonetheless. Conductor Tarr told the Sunday Times it was “misogynistic” and a personal insult. The movie could have told the story of … Read more

Tom Felton’s film reveals the ‘epic story’ of an archaeologist | Movies

hOne of the most popular actors in the world, e is known for his role as Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter franchise. But now Tom Felton wants to use his platform to shine a spotlight on someone whose historic accomplishments have been obscured for decades. Felton produced his first feature film, Canyon del Muerto, … Read more