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The Cinema Connoisseur, Edition 3

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Coming of Age The coming-of-age theme inspires many beloved films. American Graffiti, Sixteen Candles, Stand By Me. What are some of your all-time favorites? Those empathy evoking 90 minutes spent pulling for someone caught up in such a struggle, make for some of the most memorable movies in film history….

Unearthing the Sonic Aromas of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Kaleidescape Curator Notes  Rogue One: A Star Wars Story shines as one of the best Star Wars movies, even without the franchise’s original characters and acrobatic light saber duels. Directed by Gareth Edwards, Rogue One debuted in December 2016 and stars an ensemble cast led by Felicity Jones as Jyn…

The Buffalo Run Cinema

A new chapter, home, and an amazing locale. Buffalo, elk, wide open space and miles from everywhere.  A long way from the past and from where they had been, but it is where they will build their forever home. And what a home. “One of a kind for hundreds of…

Pursuit of Perfection: Passion, Performance and Standards of Excellence

The Luxury Private Cinema has arrived as de rigueur for those who value the finer things. More so now with the greater emphasis and value placed on the at-home experience. The personal movie, music, and media pursuits of many are being shared more intimately and more extraordinarily than ever before….

Why Private Cinema Is Good for Your Health

At home and in life, there are items that we can say are either “essential to have” (such as air, food or water) or “nice to have” (such as cars, boats or airplanes). Most people would put a private cinema squarely in the column of things that are “nice to…

How All of Us Are Changed by the Movies That Entertain Us

In the early part of the 20th century, Italian film theoretician Ricciotto Canudo argued that cinema was “the Seventh Art,” following the five originally defined by the philosopher Hegel (architecture, sculpture, painting, music and poetry) as well as a sixth Canudo named — dance. The late film critic Roger Ebert…

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