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By Chris Thompson Those of you living in the UK are hopefully already quite familiar with the wonder that is Secret Cinema … But starting next year the rest of the world will be able to experience it and find …
He retired from public life in 2012 after a diagnosis of Alzheimers. We never stopped pressing play on his films, however. And I don’t suppose we ever will.
The Thief And The Cobbler Workprint To Be Screened, Watch Highlights From Richard Williams Academy Talk
Richard Williams delivers a speech at The Academy and news that a workprint of his troubled masterpiece The Thief and the Cobbler will screen there.
Encounters has somewhat of a special place in my heart. This short film festival in Bristol is like no other I have ever attended.
But… hang on… what’s this Robert Zemeckis is saying?
Roger Rabbit started life as a comic book character in a novel, became a toon in a live action film and is now a toon in a novel.
Also: tests have been done in converting the original to 3D and it looks “great.”
There’s still a lot of big studio, high profile hits waiting for their Blu-ray releases, but the one I’ve been most keenly anticipating is Who Framed Roger Rabbit. I’m not exaggerating to say that the notion of a Roger Blu-ray …