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Movie Map London for iPhone by Christian HayesChristianMovie Map London for iPhone

Thu, 18 Apr 2013 11:03:44 +0000

Hi everyone, I’ve been pretty quiet on this blog for a while now. This has been mainly due to a number of other projects I’ve been working on, one of which has been an iPhone app of movie locations in London. Please take a look! Available Now on the App Store Movie Map London is […](image)


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Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the CameraChristianGeorges Dudognon: Greta Garbo in the Club St. Germain, Paris ca. 1950sLovers with 3-D glasses at the Palace Theatre (Infra-red), 1943.Marilyn Monroe Seven Year Itch Weegee Arthur Fellig Walker Evans Many Are CalledHyères, France 1932, Henri Cartier-Bresson

Tue, 15 Jun 2010 23:25:53 +0000

at the Tate Modern 28 May  –  3 October 2010 Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera surveys voyeuristic photography from the 19th Century until the present day, juxtaposing images from both famous and amateur photographers. The theme of voyeurism is covered by undercover, paparazzi and salacious photography, but also stark images of death, execution and […](image)


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The Louis L’Amour Western CollectionChristianThe Louis L'Amour Western CollectionYul Brynner in Louis L'Amour Western CatlowLouis L'Amour The Sacketts Tom Selleck Jeff Osterhage Classic WesternSam Elliot With Gun in Louis L'Amour Western ConagherLeonard Nimmoy in Louis L'Amour Western Catlow

Fri, 21 May 2010 23:26:19 +0000

Release Date: 19 May 2010 Louis L’Amour (1908-1988) is still the most successful western writer of all time. His prolific output of over ninety novels and six short story collections continue to sell and remain distinctly popular with fans of the genre. Naturally his work was called upon for adaptation on the big and small […](image)


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Essential Cinema: Doctor Zhivago on Blu-RayChristianDoctor Zhivago Blu Ray

Sun, 02 May 2010 08:34:02 +0000

David Leans’s stunning epic Doctor Zhivago comes to Blu-Ray on Monday 4th May. If the masterful Blu-Ray editions of films such as The Wizard of Oz, Gone With the Wind, North by Northwest and 2001: A Space Odyssey are anything to go by, this is yet another essential and important release from the Warner Bros. […](image)


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Holden Caulfield Goes to the MoviesChristianCatcher in the Rye by J.D Salinger

Thu, 28 Jan 2010 23:04:00 +0000

On the first page of The Catcher in the Rye Holden Caulfield announces: If there’s one thing I hate, it’s the movies. Don’t even mention them to me. Holden Caulfield was one of the few people I’d ever heard of who hated the movies. He despises the fact that his brother D.B. is out screenwriting […](image)


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Stars in the City: Dietrich in BerlinChristianDietrich in Berlin by Christian Hayes

Tue, 26 Jan 2010 23:21:22 +0000

In an occasional series I will be publishing images of stars found in contemporary cities. Here we have an image of Marlene Dietrich in Berlin. You can see Charlie Chaplin, John Wayne and James Stewart in another city here. I’d love to see any of your images of stars in the city, send them over and […](image)


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5 Essential Books on Silent FilmChristianMeliesThe Emergence of Cinema Charles MusserThe Dream That Kicks Michael ChananThe Beginnings of the Cinema in England John BarnesEarly Cinema: Space Frame NarrativeThe Parade's Gone By by Kevin Brownlow

Sun, 24 Jan 2010 12:49:22 +0000

By looking at early and silent cinema you are investigating primal questions about cinema. What is cinema, where did it come from and how does it actually function? Your understanding of silent cinema will adjust your understanding of cinema right up to the present day. So if you want to study, write or talk about […](image)


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RIP Jean Simmons, 1929-2010ChristianJean Simmons

Sat, 23 Jan 2010 07:12:48 +0000

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5 Reasons Why 3D Really Does Not WorkChristianBwana Devil 3D

Sat, 23 Jan 2010 02:39:34 +0000

I’ve received a lot of emails on my post about Why 3D Does Not Work. Many agree, but some others seem to have problems with it. For those left scratching their heads, here are five simple points: The 3D object exists on a 2D plane. There is no weight to this 3D object. It’s paper-thin. […](image)


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Where Did 3D Begin?ChristianStereoscopeStereoscopic View: The Japanese Way of Going to BedStereo View of NYCStereoviews.info

Thu, 21 Jan 2010 00:12:33 +0000

My post on Why 3D Doesn’t Work has proved to be both popular and contentious, so I thought I’d follow it up by making it clear that 3D is not the sole domain of multi-million dollar movies. 3D imagery is in fact a 19th Century technology. Stereoscopic photography emerged around the late 1830s, soon after the […](image)


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5 Tragic Final Films of Hollywood GoddessesChristianVeronica Lake on the Classic Film ShowVeronica Lake on the Classic Film ShowJoan Crawford on the Classic Film ShowMae West on the Classic Film ShowBette Davis on the Classic Film Show

Wed, 20 Jan 2010 00:10:40 +0000

Louise Brooks in Overland Stage Raiders (1938) The only thing tragic about Louise Brooks’s appearance in Overland Stage Raiders (1938) is that it was her final film. No longer the icon of the silent screen, here she is unrecognisable. Her exoticism has turned to homeliness and her famous Pandora’s Box (1929) bob has been replaced […](image)


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Why 3D Doesn’t WorkChristianHouse of Wax

Tue, 19 Jan 2010 06:00:42 +0000

I was recently asked by the BBC to comment on whether Avatar would herald in a new revolutionary kind of cinema, and whether its CGI and 3D effects meant that it would be far more immersive and spectacular than anything we’d ever seen before. It’s a shame they asked me before the film had actually […](image)


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(Not the) Top 10 Films of 2009ChristianMr Smith Goes to Washington

Mon, 18 Jan 2010 11:00:48 +0000

Here’s a secret: I watch new movies. I even like some new movies. But truthfully it’s becoming more and more difficult to care about any new releases. With all the recent Top 10 lists of the films of 2009 and indeed the decade, it was interesting to see how dull a lot of the choices […](image)


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DVD Review: Jacques Tati’s Parade (1972)ChristianParade

Mon, 15 Jun 2009 01:39:31 +0000

Rarely seen, this is a welcome release of master French comic Jacques Tati’s final film as both director and performer. Made for television, Parade is a live compendium of circus, music hall and magic acts hosted by Tati himself. With opening scenes of audience members taking their seats, the film appears at its outset to […](image)


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