Here is the trailer of the new movie starring Daniel Radcliffe.
Ainslie Henderson, Audience Award, Best Documentary Feature Film, Best New British Animation, best short film, Creative Innovation, Daisy Jacobs, Dietrich Bruggemann, Effie Pappa, eiff, Farida Pacha, Hide and Seek, Joanna Coates, Michael Powell Award, Monkey Love Experiments, My Name Is Salt, My Stuffed Granny, Nick Rowland, Outstanding Individual Contribution, Skip Kite, Slap, Stations of the Cross, Student Critics Jury Award, The Bigger Picture, Tony Benn: Will & Testament, Will Anderson
Here are the winners of the 2014 Edinburgh International Film Festival. Continue reading
Alan Hicks, Alonso Ruizpalacios, audience awards, Best Actor, Best actress, best cinematography, best documentary, best editing, best narrative picture, best new documentary director, best new narrative director, Best Screenplay, Brian Bolster, Chef, Cycloid, Gueros, Jon Favreau, Josef Wladyka, Keep On Keepin' On, Knyentse Norbu, Love in the Time of March Madness, Manos Sucias, Marshall Curry, Mat Kirkby, Medoo Ali, Melissa Johnson, Najwan Ali, Nesma's Birds, Norah Ephron Prize, One Year Lease, Paul Schneider, Point and Shoot, Robertino Zambrano, short film competition, storyscapes, Talya Lavie, The Phone Call, Tomoki Kurogi, tribeca online festival, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Vara: A Blessing, Zero Motivation
Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, celebrities, Christian Bale, date, Dolby Theatre, Harrison Ford, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Julie Delpy, Leonardo DiCaprio, oscars 2014, red carpet, Robert De Niro, stars, time, zac efron
A few hours before the 86th Academy Awards (Sunday 2nd March, 7e/4p on ABC) CinemaFriend lists the stars and celebrities we’re expecting on the red carpet of the Dolby Theatre. Continue reading
11 Oscars, Alfred Hitchcock, all time classic films, Ben-Hur, best picture, Casablanca, films, Forrest Gump, Francis Ford Coppola, Gone with the Wind, James Cameron, Lawrence of Arabia, Movies, oscars, Peter Jackson, Rebecca, steven spielberg, The Godfather, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Titanic, West Side Story, won an oscar, woody allen
Here is a selection of movies which have won an Academy Award for Best Picture. These films, which may also have won more than one Oscars, are considered all time classics. Continue reading
Making a movie trailer is very important, since it’s the most common way that people can take a short look at an upcoming film. It’s actually the only way to communicate with the possible audience. Also, the movie trailer will be seen by a lot more people than the movie itself. So, it’s very important that in a few minutes (1:10 minutes for a teaser trailer, to 5 minutes) the viewer will be convinced to see a movie (or not)! A bad selection of movie scenes, lines, or music can create a negative idea for a good film. But on the other hand, it’s quite difficult to find enough good scenes to create a good trailer if the movie itself doesn’t provide any! Unless the audience is completely deceived about the movie content, which can happen only in a small percentage of movies. The more trailers one has seen, the more trained he is in distinguishing a good movie (trailer) from a bad one. For all the rest there is CinemaFriend…!