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Those Oscar Missed: Best Film Editing

CONTRIBUTED BY JAKE THOMPSON Best Film Editing is one of the more creative Oscar categories.  Film editing itself is an art form that is unique to cinema, although there is a similarity to the editing process when it comes to … Continue reading

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Gere Dance: The Cotton Club (1984)

When cast well, Richard Gere has the unique ability to come off as the most vulnerable, yet dapper, privileged man alive. Like no other, Gere has the capacity to make us commoners sympathize with the needs and struggles of those … Continue reading

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