It's no longer about isolated moments but a stream of moments. Images flicker across the screen, your eyes, your brain: no longer stationary, the work now moves, quickly, steadily, relentlessly. It seems that the work of art's got legs. And so... [more]

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Once a Week online film festival is a weekly showcase of short indie films under 15 minutes. All films showcased come directly from submissions. Every Wednesday at 10pm eastern time the highest rated film will be shown on the homepage and will remain for an entire week. Each selected film will stay on the channel forever and as the festival grows will receive more and more views. More information on how to submit please visit.
In celebration of Asian Heritage Month, Reel Asian presents its first cross-Canada tour SENSE OF WONDER, a dynamic selection of thought-provoking Asian Canadian shorts from across the country. This program will be seen in four different cities this May including
LightCube Video is seeking video and experimental film works exploring the themes of Freedom and Independence and their relation to Sustainability: societal, economic and environmental. Inspired in part by US troop’s Afghanistan remake of Lady Gaga’s video Telephone, the original
(reposted from Matrix Magazine issue #85) The Old Feminism came up with some pretty good slogans. “The Personal is Political,” for instance, still works pretty well! But when the subject of feminism came up in an art history class that I

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    Catholic Movies on DVD
    "Death Of A Tree", a tragic, yet hopeful story of an older, divorced man trying to lead a chaste life as a devout Catholic who is seduced and falls in to a relationship with a younger woman. Written, produced, and directed by John Martoccia.
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Ten Oscar Best Picture Nominations... Too Many Or Not?

Depends if you want to celebrate just anything, I guess.
Posted over 4 years ago by sasu
Way too many
Posted over 5 years ago by Unknown User
don't know... nowadays, there are more filmakers and more films in the way. not all of them good but there's nice stuff
Posted over 5 years ago by ArtTool
Yes, way too many! All this does is cheapen the status of the nominees & ultimately divide the vote..
Posted over 5 years ago by Enrique

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