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    BAFTAs 2013: Who is going to win? – part 2

    Now that we are nearing the big awards of the season, it is time to revisit the nominations and predictions for the 2013 BAFTAs.  Part 2 will cover the following categories: (see part one here) Best Film Best British Film Leading Actor Leading Actress Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Best Director The EE BAFTA […] More

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    Mousterpiece Cinema, Episode 72: ‘Lincoln’

    Yes, friends, there is no typo in the episode title. (And don’t let the first few minutes of the show fool you!) Though Josh had planned, many months ago, to discuss the 1996 live-action remake of 101 Dalmatians this week, Mike pulled a fast one, a good old-fashioned bait-and-switch. So, instead of spotted dogs, the […] More

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    Introverted Perspectives: Cinema, Presidents and Wallflowers

    [one_half] Engage in any casual theoretical discussion about the medium of film and chances are you’ll at least touch on some variation of: Why is cinema the most influential art and entertainment form of our time? What’s so special about it? What can movies do uniquely and effectively that other forms of art can’t? [/one_half] […] More

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    Almost Arthouse #6: ‘Lincoln’

    In this week’s episode of Almost Arthouse, regular hosts Ty Landis and Tom Stoup are joined by Sound on Site regulars Ricky D and Simon Howell to dissect Lincoln, director Steven Spielberg’s latest historical epic starring Daniel Day-Lewis in the titular role. [powerpress] Follow via Twitter Subscribe via iTunes  More

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    ‘Lincoln’

    For the first time in Sound on Sight history, Ricky and Simon attempt a crossover episode, joining forces with Ty Landis and Tom Stoup from over at Almost Arthouse in order to assess the latest historical epic from director Steven Spielberg, Lincoln, starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Sally Field. Send feedback @ [email protected] Playlist: “A More […] More

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    One of the best films of 2012, ‘Lincoln’ is a thrilling and exciting piece of American history

    Lincoln Directed by Steven Spielberg Written by Tony Kushner USA, 2012 The American political system is hopelessly fractured. Its legislators are viciously divided on how to govern the nation. The president, about to begin his second term in office on a groundswell of grassroots public support, is either too much or not enough of a […] More

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    Top 10 Hollywood Actors Still In Business

    Much of our lurid film community is of the belief that America’s acting prowess died with its classic stars like Marlon Brando, James Stewart, Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, and Grace Kelly. However, I’m here to argue that America’s actors are stronger than ever and can match up toe to toe with the likes […] More

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    Sound On Sight Radio #173: Jim Sheridan

    Jim Sheridan has made a career out of making the sweeping seem intimate. His trilogy of films starring Daniel Day-Lewis – My Left Foot, In the Name of the Father and The Boxer, helped to sculpt the actor into the award machine he is today. The latter two of that bunch of them took on […] More