Two decades on from Cinema of Unease, Tim Wong’s ambitious film essay contemplates the prevailing image of a national cinema while privileging some of the images and image-makers displaced by the popular view of filmmaking in New Zealand. Narrated by Eleanor Catton.
Mark Kermode reveals the film-making tricks and techniques behind classic movie genres, from romcoms to horrors.
Weekly film magazine, featuring film reviews, interviews with celebrities and historical lookbacks.
Children's Cinema is a Canadian children's film television series which aired on CBC Television from 1969 to 1975.
Tim Heidecker reviews the latest movies in theaters with a special guest.
Cinema AZN was a weekly half-hour program, hosted by Marie-France Arcilla, broadcast on AZN Television until that network ceased broadcasting in April 2008. With AZN's closedown, the program's fate is unknown. Cinema AZN mixed popular entertainment, informed reporting, and featured some of Asia's biggest stars such as Tony Leung, Stephen Chow, Amitabh Bachchan, Zhang Ziyi and Joan Chen; and major filmmakers such as Wong Kar-wai, Hayao Miyazaki, Jackie Chan, Zhang Yimou and Im Kwon-Taek. Cinema AZN was produced by Woo Art International, a New York-based production company, in association with Asian CineVision, a non-profit media arts organization.
Cinema Cool is an American talk show that was co-created by Travis Baker, Richard Tanne and Joe Lindquist. Baker writes and produces, Lindquist edits and directs, and Tanne hosts.
Deadly Cinema is an award-winning television series which aired on NTTV from 2003 to 2005.
Casino Cinema is a Spike programming block hosted by Steve Schirripa and Beth Ostrosky. The show, which was played around the commercial breaks of a film, featured the hosts teaching the audience how to play a casino game.
Cinema Insomnia is a nationally syndicated American television series presented by horror host Mr. Lobo.
Canadian Cinema is a Canadian film television series which aired on CBC Television in 1974.
13 episode series created by PBS to commemorate 100 years of movie-going.
Cinema Varieties was a television program on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network which was shown on Sunday nights at 8:30pm ET from September 1949 to November 1949. Clips from old movies were shown on this 30-minute program.
Bloodsucking Cinema is a 2008 documentary about vampire movies and it has horror directors talking about the genre. It is an Anchor Bay Entertainment film and it aired on Starz fear fest. It was released on September 23, 2008.
Off Beat Cinema is a two-hour hosted movie show that airs on television stations throughout the United States late at night and features "the Good, the Bad, the Foreign..." but mostly cult movies like Night of the Living Dead, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians and even more art house fare like The Third Man in a format not unlike the Creature Double Feature of the 1970s and 1980s. It originated from WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York from its launch on Saturday October 31, 1993 until July 2012. It shifted to local competitor WBBZ-TV on August 4, 2012. On occasion, a clip show will air featuring episodes of public domain shorts and sitcom episodes.