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Hey Cinelinx readers! We'll get straight to the point, we're running a Kickstarter campaign to release new expansions for our Cinelinx card game and could really use your help. A pledge, post, Tweet, share, etc. would go a long way to keep our site running smoothly! Visit the campaign page to Learn More.

Pitch Your Own Movie Ideas in New Card Game, Cinema Of Attractions

If you thought we were sitting on our laurels after the release of our Cinelinx Card Game (and a handful of expansions), you were wrong!  We're happy to finally be pulling back the curtain on our latest endeavor, a brand new tabletop game that puts you in the role of a filmmaker pitching over-the-top movies to Hollywood studios!  Read on to learn more about our Cinema of Attractions Kickstarter campaign and how you can help.  

Reinhold Heil details his progression from Rock Music to Television and Film.

Reinhold Heil stood at the precipice of an evolving Berlin soundscape. He and his fellow singers and musicians formed what is now referred to as the New German Wave (working with the likes of Nina Hagen and the band Spliff). Touted as one of the best keyboardist in Europe, Heil has taken his multi-instrumental talents to film, lending his hand to great titles like Run Lola Run, Cloud Atlas, and now the Syfy series Helix. Garret and I collaborated to dig deeper into the Golden Globe nominated composer's time behind the scenes.  

 

 

New Technology Wants You To Control the Outcome of a Film

Remember those choose your own adventure stories as a kid?  The ones where you make decisions for the character and the story would change depending on the page you turned to.  Well, someone is taking that idea and giving filmmakers the chance to craft movies in the same way, allowing the audience watching to decide what happens next on the screen.  Come inside to learn more about this technology and how to help make it a reality.  

Top Filmmakers Band Together and Managed to Save Film

By and large the movie business has been transitioning to a more digital era of filmmaking.  As more filmmakers have taken to using high-end digital cameras, fewer movies have been shot using actual film stock.  So few in fact, Kodak, who's provided film for movie projects practically since the start of the business was on the verge of shutting down production on film.  For many, this was a sad thing, an end of an era and the loss of something great.  Now, it looks like it's been save (for now).  Christopher Nolan, Quentin Tarantino, JJ Abrams, and Judd Apatow have banded together to save it.  

Official Poster for Horror Film The Divine Tragedies Revealed

In today's Indie Beat, the upcoming horror film, The Divine Tragedies, has completely wrapped production and is on schedule to start its festival circuit later this year.  In celebration of moving on to post-production, the filmmakers have released a new poster for the movie.  Come inside to check it out and learn more!

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