Agatha Christie

Film Explores Mysterious Disappearance of Agatha Christie

March 18, 2020 admin 0

In 1926, beloved mystery writer Agatha Christie disappeared for 11 days. Over the years, that disappearance has created almost as much intrigue as her bestselling novels. Terry Loane’s Agatha and The Truth of Murder is a stunning reimagining of what happened to the author over those days nearly a hundred years ago. With a story as compelling as one Christie herself might have written, this historical murder mystery is charming and enigmatic, with a strong […]

Free Joker Screening Celebrates Oscars in Advance

January 13, 2020 News Editor 0

In celebration of several Oscar noms for the film Joker, Showcase Cinemas has announced a free screening of the movie at their Bronx location this coming Sunday. From Smartypants Tech Report: In a three-way celebration, Showcase Cinemas has announced that it will host a free screening of the Warner Bros.’ film Joker at its Concourse Plaza Multiplex Cinemas in the Bronx on Sunday, January 19 at 4 p.m. ET. Coincidentally (or not) the 19th is […]

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The End of Quantum Reality Documentary Opens Limited US Theatrical Engagement

January 10, 2020 admin 0

From the team behind “The Principle” (2014), “The End of Quantum Reality” is a story of science, of faith, and of love that will turn your world right-side up. One of the best-kept secrets of science is that physicists have lost their grip on reality.” — Frank Herbert, Author, Quantum Reality Almost one hundred years ago, the project to reduce the world to quantity—to the particles and forces of classical physics—failed suddenly and completely, with […]

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AT&T 2020 Film Awards Seeks Aspiring Filmmakers

January 10, 2020 admin 0

The seventh edition of the AT&T Film Awards will award top prizes to films incorporating merged or augmented reality, virtual reality, and mobile/360/drone technology. The competition also continues to highlight filmmakers from diverse backgrounds, with categories focused on Spanish-language, youth, and underrepresented filmmakers—including people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, women, and people of color—seeking to recognize creators traditionally overlooked by the film industry. “We’re thrilled to partner with AT&T again as they expand the scope and […]

Deadwood the Movie Begins Production

November 5, 2018 Linda L. Richards 0

Nothing in this about books (is there?), but it seemed big news to me that, a dozen years after the series ended, Deadwood will come back to the screen as a feature film. Though there’s been talk about a film version pretty much since the end of the Emmy Award-winning western series, it’s taken a few false starts to get this far. The events of the series will take place a decade after the end […]