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Burgsteindorf, Germany, German citizens marched to the local cinema to watch films documenting the horrors of the camps, 30/05/1945. The conquering forces of the British army forced the local population to watch films about the horrors commited by the Nazi government. At the same day, around 4000 residents of the village Burgsteindorf were forced to watch a movie containing scenes from the liberation of Bergen-Belsen and Buchenwald

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pearl and dean, logo shown before every cinema film, i can still remember the music too

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Fans form a line in front of their local cinema to see A Hard Day’s Night,1964.

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Film Review I haven’t actually read the book yet (I know, I know, I should have read this BEFORE seeing the film) but I really wanted to see this film so I put my book blogger hat away (and ignored the encroaching guilt that usually comes with seeing a film before reading the original source material) and settled down to watch A Street Cat Named Bob at my local cinema …

A local cinema for local people: the neighbourhood picturehouse returns

Prison scenes from The Grand Budapest Hotel. Cinematography by Robert Yeoman.

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from the Guardian

A local cinema for local people: the neighbourhood picturehouse returns

Local cinemas are all the rage, as film-lovers create or save their neighbourhood picturehouses from multiplexes and developers. Could this movement actually redeem gentrification?

Judy Hopps of Disney’s newest animated film “Zootopia”. Go watch the movie if it’s already available on your local cinemas, you definitely won’t regret it! It’s an amazing one!...

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from the Guardian

A local cinema for local people: the neighbourhood picturehouse returns

Local cinemas are all the rage, as film-lovers create or save their neighbourhood picturehouses from multiplexes and developers. Could this movement actually redeem gentrification?

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from overstock.com

Live to Your Local Cinema: The Remarkable Rise of Livecasting (Hardcover)

Live to Your Local Cinema: The Remarkable Rise of Livecasting