Posts Tagged: film

Get Those Butts in Those Seats!


Deal sites and flash sales are here to stay and frankly we can’t get enough of them. Here’s one more to keep in mind the next time you’re looking for a great movie. Dealflicks is a new service that offers movie ticket and concession deals for 40-60% off. In an effort to combat the growing problem… Read more »

When Film Becomes Fashion and Music An Antique…


Last week, the LA Times reported that Millennials “seem to have little use for old movies” while Hypebot reported that for the first time since Nielsen SoundScan started tracking album sales in 1991, “old records have outsold new ones.” Digital consumers see music and film as two different experiences, even though they are consumed through many… Read more »

Snapshots of New York City, “Ordinary Miracles: The Photo League’s New York” heads to iTunes


Throughout her long and fruitful career, director Nina Rosenblum has made films for HBO, PBS, Showtime, ABC, and numerous others, been nominated for an Oscar, and befriended the likes of Susan Sarandon and Jason Robards. Her latest film, co-directed and produced by her husband and partner Daniel Allentuck, is a beautifully realized exploration of the… Read more »

Fresh from the [Hard-Working] Source: An Update on The Orchard’s Film Releases


As spring has sprung, The Orchard has proven to be a truly ripe ground for growing the digital life of a wide array of film and video content. In the past two months, our releases have ranged from an award-winning documentary about the worst industrial disaster in history, Bhopali, to the adrenaline-fuelled wakeboarding extravaganza, Lipsmack. From… Read more »

YouTube and Google Play Add 600 MGM Titles


Hot off the heels of a deal that brought 500 Paramount films to their movie rental service, YouTube has announced another major studio partnership with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. This ink brings over 600 MGM titles to YouTube/Google Play including some of the best action flicks of all time — Terminator, Robocop, and Rocky. They have not made clear all the titles included though, stating instead… Read more »