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Cinema returns to Somalia with first public screening in 30 años

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Somalia has hosted its first movie screening in 30 years under heavy security as the conflict-ravaged country hopes for a cultural renewal. The event was held at the National Theatre of Somalia, which has a history th...

Dune review – blockbuster cinema at its dizzying, dazzling best

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Dune reminds us what a Hollywood blockbuster can be. Implicitly, its message written again and again in the sand, Denis Villeneuve’s fantasy epic tells us that big-budget spectaculars don’t have to be dumb or hyperact...

Michael Winterbottom: por qué el cine independiente británico se parece a una obra abandonada

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Mi motivo para escribir un libro fue egoísta. He estado haciendo películas durante un cuarto de siglo y, a principios del año pasado, Quería dar un paso atrás y pensar en la forma en que estaba trabajando.. Un libro era una excusa útil para sp ...

Screen 9 review – vivid verbatim play about Colorado cinema shooting

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At a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado, in July 2012, a gunman opened fire. After filling the cinema with teargas, he shot at the audience, injuring 70 and killing 12. Shockingly, it is f...

Church of England traditionalists launch fight against worship in ‘takeaway, cinema or barn’

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Traditionalists in the Church of England have launched a campaign to defend the centuries-old parish system against plans to promote innovative church gatherings in unconventional settings. Save the Parish is urging c...

Dilip Kumar, Bollywood legend and ‘tragedy king’ of Indian cinema, muere envejecido 98

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Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar, who was a defining figure in post-independence Indian cinema, ha muerto envejecido 98. Kumar had been taken to hospital in Mumbai last week suffering breathlessness, but died early Wednesday mor...

The Story of Film: A New Generation review – invigorating study of 21st century cinema

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Critic and documentary film-maker Mark Cousins has returned to Cannes with another episode of his amazingly ambitious cinephile history The Story of Film, an illuminated patchwork clip-quilt, accompanied by his inimit...

Cinema chains count on 007 to restore their Covid-hit takings

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As ticket sales flicker back into life following the reopening of cinemas earlier this month, theatre owners are banking on one film to deliver them pre-pandemic-level crowds and box office success: Bond. Sticking to ...

Moscow’s oldest cinema reopens after seven-year renovation

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While many cinemas around the world are shut and face difficulties in the coronavirus pandemic, one is bucking the trend: Moscow’s Khudozhestvenny, a storied venue that hosted some of the first showings of Battleship...

‘I walked out of Avengers profoundly changed’: our writers’ favourite cinema moments

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It is so difficult to pin down a “happiest” moment in the cinema, as opposed to the clearer spikes of fear, amusement or euphoria, maybe because the happy feeling can bubble along more or less unobtrusively all the wa...

UK to hit ‘peak drive-in’ this summer as outdoor cinema bookings boom

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The UK is on track to hit “peak drive-in” this summer with outdoor cinema bookings surging ahead of the lifting of restrictions on some Covid-safe gatherings next week. There has been an “explosion” in the number of e...

Sunday with Patrice Evra: ‘Eating popcorn in the cinema takes me away’

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Work or relax? My fiancée [Danish model Margaux Alexandra] is not happy if I spend hours in the gym. She’s like, ‘Let’s wake up nice and easy.’ I’m used to playing football on a Sunday, so she’s taught me how to relax...

Cineworld makes $3bn loss as Covid cinema closures take toll

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Cineworld made a $3bn (£2.2bn) loss for last year, revealing the scale of the financial toll that months of cinema closures has brought to the world’s second largest cinema chain. The company, which on Thursday said i...

Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song at 50: a radical moment for black cinema

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“This film is dedicated to all the Brothers and Sisters who had enough of the Man,” declare the opening titles of Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song. When it was released, 50 years ago this month, that was a lot of the...

Out of Africa: how Netflix’s ambitions could change the continent’s cinema

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It was the sight of donkeys carrying camera equipment that reminded Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese he was shooting in Lesotho. The director was filming This Is Not a Burial, It Is a Resurrection in a remote part of his tiny...