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FilmSip.com
http://www.filmsip.com/
FilmSip.com is a site to get latest movie news and gossips from Indian film industries like Bollywood, Tollywood and Kollywood.
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MovieNewz.in
http://www.movienewz.in
Get Latest Movie News from Tollywood, Bollywood, Hollywood and Hd Images, Wallpapers, Photo Shoots, Gossips, Trailers of Celebrities from Latest Films.
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Find Me Similar
http://www.findmesimilar.com/
Find Me Similar
Find similar game and movie recommendations based on what you like
Find Me Similar is a website that give you the opportunity to quickly and easily find similar Game and Movie recommendations based on what you like. Browse our collection of 'games like' and 'movies like' pages for more recommendations.
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Teaching '12 Years a Slave'
http://www.kyteacher.org/1/post/2014/03/teaching-12-years-a-slave.html
Teaching '12 Years a Slave'
For more information about Soloman Northup and "12 Years a Slave," try the following resources:
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Teaching with Movies in the EAL Classroom
http://www.helpteaching.com/blog/teaching-with-movies-in-the-ela-classroom.html
Teaching with Movies in the EAL Classroom
When it comes to reading a novel, many students shrug off the reading and just watch the movie version instead. Well, two can play at that game. Teachers can give students a little of what they want by incorporating the movie versions of books into their discussion and activities, but that’s not the only way movies play a role in the ELA classroom.
A movie is just another type of text and it can be analyzed just as easily as a novel, a short story, or a poem.
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The power of film to engage students
http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storyCode=6367578
Classroom practice - Press play for some explosive learning
Classrooms everywhere are going dark as teachers embrace the power of film to engage otherwise hard-to-reach students
Bring a touch of movie magic to your classroom by following the treasure trove of tips laid out here.
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Shamblesguru's Live Twitter Stream
https://twitter.com/shamblesguru
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The History and Techniques of Filmmaking
http://bit.ly/16SugSS
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Studentfilms
http://www.studentfilms.com/
Welcome to Studentfilms.com, the online film discussion forum for filmmakers and students who are applying to film school, attending film school, need advice on making films, or just want to share their films with the world.
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Stage 32 [social network]
http://www.stage32.com
Stage 32, the fastest growing network for film, television and theater creatives.
Over the last 6 months, more than 60,000 talented people from 175 countries have joined the Stage 32 movement.
Stage 32 is exclusively for seasoned pros, motivated industry newcomers and students to gather, discuss new ideas and develop great projects.
We join actor with director, director with producer and producer with cast and crew.
Stage 32 helps you stay informed, grow your network and use your connections to help you find work or get projects off the ground. It's like Facebook meets LinkedIn for creatives!
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Openfilm
http://www.openfilm.com/
Openfilm brings the best elements of the film industry together. With an innovative platform designed to change the process of discovering great independent film, Openfilm is dedicated to developing, marketing and distributing great works.
Openfilm showcases a fast growing collection of high quality, live action and animated films displayed in the highest quality available on the web. Our site provides a venue for users to watch premium content and for filmmakers to exhibit their works. Openfilm also offers members a full featured social networking forum to bolster interaction between creators and viewers.
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FilmNet
http://bit.ly/7I6iFn
FilmNet gives filmmakers a platform to showcase their work to a larger audience while the site aims to help filmmakers to distribute and monetize their work, as well as find collaboration partners, cast, crew or resources for their productions.
www.filmnet.com
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SE Asia Movie Theatre Project
http://seatheater.blogspot.com/
South East Asia Movie Theatre Project
This is a photographic archive of derelict or converted movie theaters in Southeast Asia.
cinema
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Xtranormal
http://www.xtranormal.com/
Xtranormal’s mission is to bring movie-making to the people. Everyone watches movies and we believe everyone can make movies. Movie-making, short and long, online and on-screen, private and public, will be the most important communications process of the 21st century.
Our revolutionary approach to movie-making builds on an almost universally held skill—typing. You type something; we turn it into a movie. On the web and on the desktop.
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20 Film and Television Directors to Follow on Twitter
http://mashable.com/2009/07/22/directors-on-twitter/
20 Film and Television Directors to Follow on Twitter
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Top 10 Great Social Sites for Movie Lovers
http://mashable.com/2009/07/18/movie-social-networks/
Top 10 Great Social Sites for Movie Lovers
Here is a list of the top 10 best social networks for film buffs to hang out, discuss movies, get information about that latest films and upcoming releases, and meet other cinephiles.
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Film Club (UK)
http://filmclub.org/
Film Club (UK)
FILMCLUB is FREE to all government-funded schools in England.
FILMCLUB gives pupils and teachers the chance to explore the world of film through after school film clubs. With free weekly screenings, online reviewing, industry events and hands on support, FILMCLUB inspires, excites and opens up new avenues for learning.
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Film Club (UK)
http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/toolsandinitiatives/teacherstv/
Working with the Film Club organisation has had a major positive impact on children's learning according to a new survey of teachers.
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NAACP 100 Years 100 Films, 1909-2009
http://www.naacptop100.com/
NAACP 100 Years 100 Films, 1909-2009
"The Purpose of the NAACP Top 100 Films of the Century (1909-2009) is to identify the top 100 multicultural film projects that have had the greatest influence on people of color, primarily African Americans, and American popular culture."
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Free Film Studies Study Guides from SparkNotes
http://www.sparknotes.com/film/
Free Film Studies Study Guides from SparkNotes
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Listen to a Movie Script
http://listentoamovie.com/
Listen to a Movie Script
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PopTen
http://mashable.com/2008/10/09/poptent/
"PopTent is a new social networking platform for independent and freelance filmmakers and videographers where they can collaborate on projects and earn income as well.
Members (also known as Creators) create their profile as they do on other social networks and showcase their talents by sharing their video online. Potential clients (known as Brands on the site) can hire any member after seeing their profile or work. Members can follow brands or projects just like they do on Twitter and Facebook.
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Studying Horror Films
http://tinyurl.com/3fokrw
Studying Horror Films
This resource is centred around a PowerPoint Teaching resource on how to study horror films. The Powerpoint links out to various activities and worksheets as it progresses.
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123 Film (Internet Radio / Podcast Series)
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/123-Film
Welcome to 123 Film. Where we create trailblazers of today for tomorrow!
The Show comes to you LIVE from Hollywood California.
You have the idea, you have the drive, you even have the digital equipment - but that isn't enough anymore. You need an edge and 123 Film gives it to you. You share the expertise of a Hollywood insider,from concept to screenplay, to directing and marketing.
Please, join us on our weekly broadcast - email me your questions at 123filmeasy@gmail.com and I will answer them ON AIR! We are working producers working in Hollywood and are ready to pass on the torch to the next generation of filmmakers.
Check out our website for further information.
www.freewebs.com/123film
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Stop Porn Culture (Location in Second Life)
http://slurl.com/secondlife/EduNation/226/93/41
Stop Porn Culture (Location in Second Life)
These images, apart from those depicting Second Life, have been taken from the National Feminist Anti-Pornography Movement (now known as Stop Porn Culture) slideshow, 'Who wants to be a porn star?'.
The slideshow forms part of a training and awareness raising exercise on the harms of pornography; giving a historical perspective on it's development and impact on mainstream culture to date.
You must be over 18 to view the images (the second life grid itself is for people 18 and over)
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Turn your boring movie into a Hitchcock thriller.
http://www.borgus.com/think/hitch.htm
How to turn your boring movie into a Hitchcock thriller.
We've put together a list of the most significant film techniques that were used by Alfred Hitchcock. This information comes out of many books and interviews from the man himself and his been simplified for your consideration.
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What the First Moviegoers Saw
http://www.slate.com/id/2167573
What the First Moviegoers Saw
Legend has it that when the Lumière brothers' film Coming of Train, La Ciotat was screened in 1896, its image of a train approaching a station made viewers flee their seats for fear of being crushed.
The novelty of these earliest films, most of which simply offered glimpses of the real world in motion, lasted for about a decade. By 1907, more fictional narratives than documentary scenes were being shot; and by 1915, Charlie Chaplin was using movies to generate a new kind of star power.
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Multimedia Area on Shambles
http://www.shambles.net/pages/staff/MultiM/
Multimedia Area on Shambles : including resources about making your own digital videos
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How to make an animated movie (at Pixar)
http://www.pixar.com/behind_the_scenes
How to make an animated movie (at Pixar)
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Video and Movie Editing Area on Shambles
http://www.shambles.net/pages/school/movieedit/
Video and Movie Editing Area on Shambles
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How Are Hollywood Films Made
http://www.learner.org/exhibits/cinema/
How Are Hollywood Films Made
Looking through the lens of a camera as actors bring to life a writer's story, the filmmaker is also peering into a world of imagination. The director, producer, actors, screenwriter, and film editor are all essential players in the journey from concept to finished film. In this remarkable process, thousands of small details?nd often hundreds of people?ome together to create a Hollywood film.
Join us as we explore this creative process, from the screenwriter's words to the editor's final cut. Write your own dialogue for a scene or put yourself in a producer's shoes by managing the production of a film.
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Screen Sound Australia (Archives)
http://nfsa.gov.au/
ScreenSound Australia, the National Screen and Sound Archive, is the treasure house of Australian audiovisual history. ScreenSound collects, preserves and shares Australia's moving images and sound recordings from the first film images of our young country to the modern classics Strictly Ballroom, Shine and beyond; from Blue Hills to Blue Heelers, the songs of Peter Dawson and today's Top 40 Hits. From Chips Rafferty, Jack Davey and The Sentimental Bloke to John Farnham, Yothu Yindi and Muriel's Wedding, the ScreenSound Collection documents Australia's rich cultural history.
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Make Your Own Movie Online
http://www.digitalfilms.com/
Make Your Own Movie Online
Unleash your creativity and make your digital film for free! Choose a background scene, characters, animated actions, dialog, introduction, and ending credits. Put your name as the producer and email the movie to your friends! You can also signup for free as a registered user, which gives you access to more advanced features, such as being able to save or edit the movies that you create.
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Cinemorgue
http://www.cinemorgue.com/index.html
Cinemorgue
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Teach With Movies
http://www.teachwithmovies.org/
Teach With Movies
Teach With Movies Learning Guides are used by thousands of teachers as lesson plans.
Exclusive "Quick Discussion Questions" help stimulate discussions.
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30-Second Bunnies Theatre
http://www.angryalien.com/
30-Second Bunnies Theatre .... there is some education value in this fun somewhere ;-)
The Exorcist | The Shining | Titanic | Alien | Jaws | It's a Wonderful Life | Freddy vs. Jason | Scream | TX Chainsaw Massacre |
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Bollywood comes to the classroom
http://www.bfi.org.uk/
'Bollywood and Beyond', the first-ever teaching guide on Indian cinema, has been launched by the British Film Institute (bfi).
The guide offers a comprehensive overview of Indian cinema, from the early days of silent film to the big budget Bollywood extravaganzas of today. Covering a wide range of films from classics such as 'Mother India' to recent releases such as 'Monsoon Wedding', 'Bollywood and Beyond' also considers British Asian film including the recent box office hit 'Bend it Like Beckham'.
The activity-based guide, supplied on a CD-ROM, is supported by a video compilation of film clips. The guide explores Indian music and dance, contains an introduction to Indian film stars and examines Indian popular and arthouse cinema.
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Anim8ed
http://www.anim8ed.org.uk/
Welcome to Anim8ed, an on-line animation resource offering ideas, contacts and suggestions for teachers, educators and those interested in developing animation projects with groups. The site includes six step-by-step animation projects, together with the final animations, information about animation techniques and animators, and links to animation studios, festivals and courses.
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Film Education
http://www.filmeducation.org/
Film Education
Since 1985, Film Education has been developing the range of its publications and services to respond to the growing importance of Media Education in the National Curriculum and to meet the increasing demand for current educational material on film and film making.
In supporting teachers, Film Education gives pupils the opportunity to analyse and evaluate not only film but also a wide range of Media.
In addition to providing free educational materials, Film Education organises training courses, conferences, workshops, seminars and events including National Schools Film Week.
Study resources include film specific CD-ROMs and educational online resources, study guides, generic study guides and videos, plus new materials in digital video editing.
Film Education is a registered charity funded by the UK film industry.
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Film-Media-Resources
http://www.film-media-resources.co.uk/
Film-Media-Resources
Film-Media-Resources produces curriculum resource packs for teachers of English, Media, and Film Studies.
The Music Industry pack is available now and is suitable for use with students of Media Studies at GCSE, A Level and GNVQ (Intermediate and Advanced).
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