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John Harrison

Studio Dekka in Dewsbury

A New Picture House

PRESENTED ON SEP 23, 2014
IN HUDDERSFIELD @ VOL 11

John Harrison from Studio Dekka talks about the creation of Dewsbury's New Picture House and reflects on cinema as time, space and electricity.

"Presentation of the Day" on May 25, 2015.

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The Big Picture

BY PAULA ALASAD ASBELL
@ VOL 4 ON MAR 09, 2013

You have to listen closely to catch what Paula Asbell was thinking when she titled this presentation "The Big Picture". However, it's easy to see how Paula keeps her mind open to creative impulses and how those inspriations lead her to create her art. Sometimes it's just the notion of "I don't want to waste this paint" that can lead to a new work.

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Japanese Cinema through the Eyes of Europe

BY HIROMI AIHARA
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN? ON FEB 19, 2015

Hiromi Aihara and Yuri Kubota talk about how Japanese movies are appreciated in Europe. They also speak about the many European movie Awards given to the films in Japan. Yuri Kubota then explores the development of future Japanese animated films.

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Cinema Falls: A Love Story

BY JULIE ANDERSON FRIESEN
@ VOL 13 ON MAR 06, 2015

Julie Anderson Friesen is the founder of Cinema Falls, a film organization dedicated to building community and exhibiting indie film, world cinema and documentaries in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She's a co-owner of post-production facility Dakota Video & Post with her husband of 24 years. Motivated to create something for her community based on her love of film, she launched Cinema Falls with a mission to bring film-loving “Cine-zens” together for ongoing screenings. Cinema Falls showcases work by South Dakota filmmakers as well as national, award-winning directors. She launched Cinema Falls Film Credits in 2014, bringing mobile film education events to students

http://cinemafalls.com/

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Invisible - The Art of Motion Picture Editing

BY DANIEL V. VELEZ
@ VOL 2 ON AUG 20, 2015

Dan Velez is a Michigan based independent film editor and communications wizard, with a passion for all things cinema.

"What does editing mean in the context of cinema? Dan takes us through the history of editing beginning with the origins of the motion picture. In a world of shorter attention spans and limited time, editing is a crucial tool for story telling."

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Parenting through Cinema

BY JOEL WILSON
@ VOL 13 ON APR 20, 2016

Joel Wilson is a Birmingham-based filmmaker who has a very specific list of movies to watch with his daughter as she grows up which he calls Parenting through Cinema.

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Red Dot Cinema: a Place for Asian Short Films

BY CHEUK FUNG TONG
@ VOL 13 ON JUN 04, 2016

Cheuk Fung Tong shares on the different ways he has created room for Asian Short Films.

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Bin Cleaning to Bring cinema in township

BY BUHLE SITHELA
IN CAPE TOWN

Buhle Sithela believes movies can inspire and educate. With the profit made from a bin cleaning project Buhle hosts solar-powered cinema in the township. Buhle will talk about how this is eliminating health hazards and bringing awareness to the community.

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20 Must see films of MIFF 2017!

BY KEN EISEN
@ VOL 25 ON JUL 13, 2017

Ken Eisen tells us his personal 20 favorite Must See films from the 20th anniversary of the Maine International Film Festival (If you can only see 20); on July 13th 2017 at Volume 25 of Pecha Kucha Night Waterville.

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Why Knoxville Needs Central Cinema

BY WILLIAM MAHAFFEY
@ VOL 24 ON AUG 17, 2017

Knoxville has grown into an incredibly cool city over the last few years, and a one screen indie theater could be the perfect addition to the growing list of awesome things to do in our city. The mainstream movie going experience has become less and less desirable over the years, and William Mahaffey informs how Central Cinema can become a hub for all of the film lovers seeking a better cinema experience here. We will also provide a fitting home for the many film festivals that have sprung up here over the years. On top of that, it will help with the growth of the North Knoxville/Happy Holler commercial area and make it an even more desirable hot spot for the Knoxville community.