Satomi Hirono is the manager of a "thinking movie theater." In this presentations she tries to spark a "soft revolution."
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Turn On Your Eco-Thinking
BY ROMAN SABLIN
IN ST. PETERSBURG
Roman Sablin, eco-lifestyle trainer and social engineer, helps to promote and implement social projects that create a better future. Roman’s presentation helps people go greener, that is to work on sustainable consumption, turn on eco-thinking in our daily life and routine habits. He explains how to choose healthy and safe cosmetics, food, and surround yourself with the necessary minimum of high-quality things. (in Russian)
Movie People Loving Vincent In Gdansk
BY PAM WOODSON
@ VOL 8
ON JUN 14, 2014
About four years ago, Pam Woodson started a movie group. This has led her to start blogging reviews, discover new movies as well as re-discover old favorites, and, through a Facebook contact, to a production set in Gdansk for an upcoming movie about Vincent Van Gogh.
Buffalo Vitascope: The Story of the World's First Movie Theater
BY PAT KEWLEY
@ VOL 16
ON APR 14, 2016
"The world's first movie theater was in Buffalo, New York."
In Buffalo Vitascope: The Story of the World's First Movie Theater from PechaKucha Buffalo Vol. 16, comedian and cartoonist Pat Kewley tells the true story of Vitascope Hall, which opened on Buffalo, New York's Main Street in 1896 and was likely the world's first permanent, specially constructed movie theater. Using period photographs, newspaper clippings, and his own cartoon drawings, Kewley spreads the word about Buffalo's amazing & unique place in film history, touching on the early days of moviegoing, the first films, and the unsung Buffalonians who helped pioneer the film industry in our own backyard.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, Jun 29th, 2016.
Social Justice Films for Your Bucket List
BY ED MCNULTY
@ VOL 27
ON JUN 09, 2016
Ed McNulty is a retired Presbyterian minister whose film reviews have appeared in Catholic, Protestant, and secular publications since 1977. During the 90s he served a church in Dayton and earned his Doctor of Ministry degree in art, film and theology at United Theological Seminary. For six years he led the Lenten Film Series at the Neon Movies. He views certain films as parables, similar to those told by the Hebrew prophets and Jesus in their attempts to challenge wrong conceptions and expand human understanding of neighbors and enemies alike.
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.