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“For more than a century, movie theaters have been a refuge, a communal escape, a place for popcorn-chomping-dreaming-with-your-eyes-open transportation away from everything else.” —Jake Coyle In coronavirus shutdown, a glimpse of life without movie theaters Major League baseball stadiums are unusually quiet for this time of year. Theme parks are quiet. And movie theaters, night […]

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“For more than a century, movie theaters have been a refuge, a communal escape, a place for popcorn-chomping-dreaming-with-your-eyes-open transportation away from everything else.” —Jake Coyle In coronavirus shutdown, a glimpse of life without movie theaters Major League baseball stadiums are unusually quiet for this time of year. Theme parks are quiet. And movie theaters, night […]

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Movie theaters are indeed a quiet place right now. Today is May 1, 2020. One thing that means is I did not see a single movie in theaters for the entire month of April because of COVID-19. I can’t think of a single month in my adult life where I didn’t go to at least […]

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Today is May 1, 2020. One thing that means is I did not see a single movie in theaters for the entire month of April because of COVID-19. I can’t think of a single month in my adult life where I didn’t go to at least one movie in theaters in any given month. And […]

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Today is May 1, 2020. One thing that means is I did not see a single movie in theaters for the entire month of April because of COVID-19 . I can’t think of a single month in my adult life where I didn’t go to at least one movie in theaters in any given month. […]

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“The greatest obstacles to making films was getting access to equipment. And so my generation went to film school.” Spike Lee on going to film school in the late ’70s & early ’80s American Black Film Festival Mr. Robot  creator/writer/director Sam Esmail did his undergraduate film school work at NYU (with a couple of semesters […]

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I took this photo Saturday in the Orlando area and the lone snowy egret bird seems symbolic of what a lot of people are going through these socially distancing days.

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“How did I learn screenwriting? Endless hours at the typewriter, then the computer, which came along later. It was really a lot of applied time and effort and self-study. Which is the way most people learn.” Writer/director Frank Darabont Long before Shonda Rhimes signed a contract with Netflix for $100 million, she graduated from a series […]

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“How did I learn screenwriting? Endless hours at the typewriter, then the computer, which came along later. It was really a lot of applied time and effort and self-study. Which is the way most people learn.” Writer/director Frank Darabont Long before Shonda Rhimes signed a contract with Netflix for $100 million, she graduated from a series […]

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“In 1968, Allen and I started our careers side by side with the short film AMBLIN’. Allen was a wonderful artist, but his warmth and humanity were as powerful as his lens. He was a singular talent and a beautiful human being.” —Steven Spielberg Cinematographer Allen Daviau died last week from complications due to COVID-19. […]

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