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Masters of Cinema

While it is relatively easy to find information on the latest romantic comedy vehicle from 20th Century Fox or the latest apocalyptic disaster from Warner Brothers, finding substantial material online about quality foreign films and classics of various cinematic movements is a bit trickier. Fortunately for cineastes, there is the Masters of Cinema website, which provides links to information about...
Members of the film industry, critics, and others ask: "What is animation?"

Nose on the Prize, but Which Oscar to Sniff? [Free registration may be required] ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive Animation History Origins of American Animation, 1900-1921 [Real Player, Quick...
Hollywood and the movie-going public learn this year's Razzie nominations

Myers 'Guru' up for year's worst Spirit-Bashing Trailer Spearheads 'Worst Movie' Campaign A Brief History of The Razzies,8599,1872798,00.html The Razzies Village Voice: 100 Best...
Harry Ransom Center: Making Movies

Movie buffs will love this online version of the Harry Ransom Center's museum exhibit called Making Movies. The emphasis of the exhibit is on the collaborative effort it takes to make a movie. On the site, there are almost 20 features to watch, listen to, revel in, and analyze. The Ransom Center has used its vast collection of "original scripts, storyboards, production photos, and call...
Michigan reconsiders subsidy programs for the film industry

Hollywood on the dole: Draw the curtain on filmmaker subsidies Senate approves $50M cap on NM film subsidies Lights. Camera. Stop the film subsidies...