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News for Oct. 22, 2006
Group analyzes works of C.S. Lewis
10/22/06, 11:20 am EST - Xoanon
C.S. Lewis wrote his novels more than a half-century ago. His words still have impact, as it brought a group of strangers Wednesday night at the Canterbury House on the College Avenue campus. C.S. Lewis was a prolific writer and a Christian speaker who is best known for his children's book series The Chronicles of Narnia. Although he died in 1963, his many novels and essays dealing with Christianity and friendship are still studied today. The C.S. Lewis Society at Rutgers addressed the topic of friendship - which was one of the sections of Lewis' The Four Loves - at its first meeting. [More
News for Oct. 19, 2006
William Moseley Attends Virginia Film Fest
10/19/06, 9:51 pm EST - Xoanon
writes: As part of the Virginia Film Festival, actor William Moseley
and producer Mark Johnson will be coming to Charlottesville, Virginia for a showing of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe on Saturday October 28, 10:00 am, at Downtown Regal Cinemas #4. Tickets can be purchased online at vafilm.com
. This year's festival theme is "Revelations: Finding God at the Movies."
News for Oct. 16, 2006
C.S. Lewis Fest is much more than a 'Myth'
10/16/06, 10:10 pm EST - Xoanon
PETOSKEY — The Petoskey area is gearing up for its fourth annual month-long festival honoring the life and works of author C.S. Lewis. Activities begin with the kickoff weekend Oct. 26-29, when community groups and guest scholars will explore "Myth, Imagination and Faith: A Spiritual Journey Through Literature." That is the title of a forthcoming documentary on authors Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. The film is co-produced by Petoskey filmmaker David Crouse and award-winning director Chip Duncan of Milwaukee, co-creators of the 2002 PBS documentary, "The Magic Never Ends: The Life and Work of C. S. Lewis." [More
DVD Tuesday: Over the Hedge, The Omen, C.S.I. New York & More!
10/16/06, 4:15 pm EST - Xoanon
A ton of interesting new films are out on DVD this week. Take an early look on our 'DVD Tuesday' feature...every Monday! Check out some TV goodies like 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents - S2', 'Big Love - S1' & 'C.S.I. New York - S2'. Some great animation out today as well, 'Nick Picks Boxed Set', 'Over the Hedge' & 'The Very Best Of Sabrina - The Animated Series'. Some Blu-Ray & HD DVD offerings include; 'Reds', 'Gone in 60 Seconds', 'Dark Water' & 'The Brothers Grimm'. Personally I'm interested in 'Over the Hedge' & 'Predator: The Boxset'! Check out the whole list here! [More
News for Oct. 14, 2006
World Soundtrack Awards
10/14/06, 1:03 pm EST - Xoanon
The 2006 World Soundtrack Awards will be handed out tonight during the Flanders International Film Festival in Ghent, Belgium. Harry Gregson-Williams and Imogen Heap received a nomination for ”Best Original Song Written for Film” for their work on “Can’t Take It In” written for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
News for Oct. 12, 2006
Weta Digital - extraordinary rendition
10/12/06, 2:24 pm EST - Xoanon
Weta Digital is an extraordinary company. It was formed 13 years ago in, of all places, New Zealand, by film director Peter Jackson
and others to provide visual effects to movies. After having its physical effects part split off, one of its first projects was to provide the special effects (SFX) for the film Heavenly Creatures. This needed one computer, a film scanner and a film recorder. Since then the Lord of the Rings trilogy has happened, followed by King Kong, and Weta D now has up to 600 people working on projects using a so-called Renderwall suppercomputer with 4,400 processors backed by a BlueArc Titan super-NAS system. [More
News for Oct. 11, 2006
Happy Birthday Dawn French!
10/11/06, 4:22 pm EST - Xoanon
Today is Dawn French's birthday! Dawn was born on 11 October, 1957 in Holyhead, Wales. That makes her 49 years old today! Happy Birthday Dawn!
Ray Winstone Nabs International Emmy Nom
10/11/06, 1:28 pm EST - Xoanon
Nominations for the 34th International Emmy® Awards were announced today by The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at a press conference at MIPCOM. There are 36 nominees in 9 categories. Ray Winstone
has been nominated for an International Emmy for his work on 'Vincent'
. Winners will be announced at a Black-Tie Ceremony on November 20, 2006 at the Hilton New York Hotel.
News for Oct. 09, 2006
TORN Wins Movies.com Awards Poll
10/09/06, 10:21 pm EST - Xoanon
The first annual movies.com reader poll results came out today, thanks to you TheOneRing.net was named best 'Unofficial Movie Site'
. Thanks for voting!!!
The Lord of the Rings series won 'Favorite Movie' while Orlando Bloom took 'Hottest Upcoming Male' and his Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest took home the 'Favorite Action Movie'. Also, a big shocker of the night was Peanut beating plain as the best 'M&M Fetish'...who knew! Check out all the winners here. [More]
DVD Tuesday: Fox and the Hound, Scrubs S4, Harvey Birdman & More!
10/09/06, 12:51 pm EST - Xoanon
A ton of interesting new films are out on DVD this week. Take an early look on our 'DVD Tuesday' feature...every Monday! Check out some TV goodies like 'Scrubs - S4', 'Numb3rs - S2' & 'A-Team - S5'. Some great animation out today as well, 'The Fox and the Hound', 'Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, Vols. 1 & 2' & 'Wonder Showzen - Season Two'. Some Blu-Ray & HD DVD offerings include; 'Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory', 'Tim Burton's Corpse Bride', 'The Polar Express', 'Fast Times at Ridgemont High', 'Batman Begins' & 'Aeon Flux'. Personally I'm interested in 'Army of Darkness' on HD DVD & 'Bad Santa - Director's Cut'! Check out the whole list here! [More
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