Competitive feature films

Anti-Electrostatic Films Market Size, Trends, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – the Anti-Electrostatic Films Market is thoroughly researched in the report, primarily focusing on the major players and their business tactics, geographic expansion, market segments, competitive landscape, manufacturing, and price and cost structure. Each section of the study is specially prepared to examine key aspects of …

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Transparent Conductive Films Market Size, Scope, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Transparent Conductive Films Market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Transparent Conductive Films report shows the …

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An exciting year for PH Cinéma

The Columnist at the 70th Berlinale 2020. The columnist at one of the Berlin Co-Production Market 2020 meetings. While many of us welcome the New Year with a list of resolutions, let me start this year with a different kind of list. As we look to the future with hope, …

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From The Dry to My Name Is Gulpilil: Australia’s 10 Best Movies of 2021 | australian cinema

MMost – if not all – of us would like the memories of 2021 to be erased from our minds after a rush so we can move on from a year that – just like the previous one – has been rightly and consistently referred to as a ‘shitshow’. . …

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Double Dose of Flee and Billie Eilish – The Hollywood Reporter

On Tuesday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the finalists of 15 finalists in 10 Oscar categories: feature documentary, short documentary, international feature film, makeup / hairstyle, original music, original song, short film by animation, live-action short, sound and visual effects – gives us some clues as …

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Nico Hiraga is ready to assemble and grind

Nico Hiraga basks against black velvet curtains, surrounded by streamers and balloons. Playing with a noisemaker, he makes jokes and opens a bottle of champagne while the camera flashes, golden confetti is raining down. The fun may be staged for the photoshoot, but Hiraga looks as comfortable here as he …

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‘CODA’ and ‘Dune’ get a boost in best picture

Emilia Jones in CODA. Photo-Illustration: Vulture; Photo by Seacia Pavao / Apple TV + Each week until February 8, when the Oscar nominations will be announced, Vulture will consult his crystal ball to determine the changing fortunes of this year’s Oscar race. In our “Oscar termWe’ll keep you up to …

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Why a former filmmaker turned SMU rower shares her fight

It all started with a flyer in Lauren Hadaway’s mailbox during her freshman year at SMU: “Join Novice Rowing. No experience required. “ Hadaway’s love-hate relationship with sport sparked four years of mental and physical angst – much of it self-inflicted – and peaked more than a decade later in …

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Streaming Boom Pushes Big-Budget UK Production Spending to £ 6 Billion | Television industry

The amount spent on making Hollywood hits such as the latest Indiana Jones film and big budget dramas including the Star Wars TV spin-off Andor in the UK this year is on track to hit a record high of £ 6bn, thanks to a pandemic-fueled spending spree as streaming giants …

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