Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
I like to say that that, of the 20 rules of writing , rule # 1, 7, 13 and 20 are YOU WILL REWRITE!!! As professional film makers, Judy and I are painfully aware of this.
We think of writers struggling alone to make their masterpieces. With the ability to network, we can be so much m...Read more
Dear friend of East West Theatre,
We are very pleased to announce the lineup for our Spring 2011 Season of plays and workshops. There’s a wonderful selection to choose from and we hope you enjoy them all, especially our headlining show – Rozencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead – in April.
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Film Business Asia
By Patrick Frater
Wed, 02 March 2011, 14:38 PM (HKT)
China is expected to loosen its quotas on the import of foreign films, but it may not change the duopoly control of theatrical distribution.
That was the advice given this morning by Mason Xu (許亮), chief financial officer of film distributor Bona Group (博納影業集團), in a conference call with financial analysts and journalists. China has until 19 March 20...Read more
to all of my HK friends, I will be in Hong Kong from March 11 -25 , for some work and then to participate in HK Filmmart and International Film Festival. I hope I can reconnect with some old friends and make some new ones. I hope to get a heads up on some of the events and parties happening during the time I am in HongKong.Feel free to contact me at:Richard@trombly.com
This February cinemash up is all about vintage- we have the first version of Alice in wonderland – a silent film made in 1908- this gorgeous 10 minute exert is all that remains from the classic hand tinted original. This is very rare clip has been beautifully restored by the hardworking restorative team at BFI and a little birdy who works there slipped this over to me- very special screening!!
We also have classic 19th Century Oriental ism from Master Melies who was the grand daddy of special effects. This great film titled Tch...Read more
Cinemash Up 8- Wednesday 16th February- from 9pm- Dada Bar
Short films for a short month, this month marks the lucky 8th cinemash
up- at Dada Bar 115 xingfu lu
Hand Picked obscure delights from Tina Sparkles and Laura Ingalls.
Short films, documentaries and animations from around the world, don’t
miss the most off beat short films screened in Shanghai! Films begin
at 9- finish around 11, please forward this to anyone who may enjoy it
Hope to see you there!Cinemash Up 8- ...Read more
East West Theatre****is presently casting its spring production
“Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead”
by Tom Stoppard
Richard Trombly email@example.com www.obscure-productions.com is an American writer, journalist and filmmaker who has been living in China since 2003 and has