All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Films’

Firefox Flicks Challenges Filmmakers To Get Mobilized In 2013

Are you a filmmaker that happens to be a fan of Firefox? Do you want a chance to win a few thousand dollars? If so, you’ll definitely want to submit a film for the Firefox Flicks competition this year. Mozilla announced that this year’s Firefox Flicks competition will be open for entries on February 13. The competition challenges filmmakers to …

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Amazon Is Making A Horror Movie Called Seed

Amazon’s original content arm, Amazon Studios, announced today that it has optioned its first novel – the horror novel Seed, written by Ania Ahlborn. The book was published by 47North, a Sci-Fi, fantasy and horror imprint of Amazon Publishing. “Our primary objective at Amazon Studios is to develop great, commercial projects that our customers love,” said Amazon Studios Director Roy …

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Robert De Niro Doesn’t Impress Critics With Red Lights

I’m a big fan of Robert De Niro. His films have always been some of the best in the business and I’m willing to forgive him when he signs on for a less than great film. His newest film, Red Lights, seems to be one of those films. Red Lights is the story of two paranormal researchers played by Sigourney …

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“Need For Speed” Racing To The Theaters

I enjoy EA’s Need for Speed franchise as much as the next guy. They’re fun racing games that know their audience without going too far into arcade or simulation gameplay. I never played the games for any kind of story, but apparently EA thinks the games need to tell a story – through film. Variety is reporting that EA is …

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Oscars Have Little Effect On Top 10 Pirated Movies

Do Oscar nominations correlate to increased piracy? Let’s find out! TorrentFreak keeps a tally on the most pirated films each week, but this week is special as it comes on the coattails of the Oscars. People were aware of the nominations for a while so one would assume that the most pirated films would be those films that received the …

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Twitter Documentary “Twittamentary” Set To Begin Open Screening [Exclusive]

The making of a Twitter documentary was announced over two years ago. It’s called Twittamentary (fittingly), and now it’s set to begin screening in communities around the world. The film’s director Siok Siok Tan tells WebProNews, “We have lots of exciting plans in 2012. We have just announced an open call for community screenings between February 1st and May 1st.” …

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