The new curiosity from filmmaker Wes Anderson, a tribal film festival, a Stephen King classic and "The Walking Dead" season finale are some of the many specialty cinema options on screens this week in Tulsa.NEW AT CIRCLE CINEMA"Isle of Dogs": An animated tale of a boy and his dog in Japan from filmmaker Wes Anderson (“The Grand Budapest Hotel"). Special guests for the Friday, April 13, evening screenings will be some dogs and staff from the Tulsa Animal Welfare Shelter. A portion of the ticket sales will be donated to the organization.Tribal Film Festival Spring Showcase: This day-long event Saturday, April 14, features a noon screenwriting workshop, a 3 p.m. casting workshop and a 7 p.m. screening of the acclaimed drama "The Rider," which can be combined with a 5 p.m. barbecue dinner. More information at circlecinema.com for this event."Foxtrot": A dysfunctional family searches for answers when something goes terribly wrong at their son’s desolate military post in this … [Read more...] about This week in art-house cinema: animation, tribal films, opera and ‘The Walking Dead’
Circle Cinema is hosting a pair of preview screenings of “Isle of Dogs” next week and featuring a live interview with one of its stars between the two showtimes.Bob Balaban will appear via Skype on the big screen and will talk about the film in between the 6 p.m. and 8:10 p.m. showtimes Thursday, April 12.Those buying tickets for either showing may watch the Q-and-A, theater officials said, and it should begin about 7:45 p.m.“Isle of Dogs” is the new movie from filmmaker Wes Anderson (“The Royal Tenenbaums”), and Circle Cinema is staging the interview in conjunction with Philbrook Museum of Art, which has in recent years staged a “Wes Anderson Experience” event.Balaban has a half-century acting resume in film classics including “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and “Gosford Park,” as well as on TV, including his celebrated five-episode turn on “Seinfeld” as an NBC president.The actor has become a … [Read more...] about Circle Cinema advance screening of ‘Isle of Dogs’ to feature Bob Balaban in Skype with audience
Brent Cross Shopping Centre is to undergo a massive expansion including 200 new shops, 60 restaurants and a huge new cinema complex. While the £1.4 billion makeover is not due to be finished until 2020, loyal visitors are on tenterhooks to know which big names will be making Brent Cross their new home. Plans for a huge new luxury cinema are bound to draw crowds to the complex. And now Brent Cross developers Hammerson and Aberdeen Standard Investments have finally announced who will be running the cinema. Here's what the new Brent Cross shopping centre will look like View gallery Luxury cinema brand Showcase Cinema de Lux will deliver its first ever London complex at Brent Cross - and it's going to be huge. Everything you need to know about Brent Cross Shopping Centre's luxury cinema The 80,000 sq ft cinema will have 1,800 seats and 12 auditoriums Cutting edge audiovisual cinema technology will apply to every screen, including multidimensional sound The cinema will … [Read more...] about Brent Cross Shopping Centre’s new luxury cinema sounds AMAZING!
Ford Motor Co has pulled out all the stops to commemorate 50 years of the most legendary car chase sequence in cinema. To celebrate 50 years of the 1968 film Bullitt, Ford has launched a 2018 Ford Mustang Bullitt limited edition. Painted in the same understated dark metallic green as the original 1968 car, the Mustang which Steve McQueen drove in the film, to chase down the baddies in a Dodge Charger. Not only that, Ford has even located the original 1968 pony car and shot it alongside the newly-launched 2018 car for the Detroit Auto Show, aka the North American International Automobile Show (NAIAS). Mind, this is no show pony. For, Ford Motor has also updated the specs on the Ford Mustang Bullitt limited edition car with manual transmission, the same white cue ball-style gear shifter knob as in the original among performance upgrades.The biggest nod to the car of yesteryear is the lack of badging on the 2019 limited edition Mustang just as the original. The 2018 Ford Mustang Bullitt … [Read more...] about Ford Mustang Bullitt limited edition pays homage to Steve McQueen and the greatest car chase in cinema
Tesla boss Elon Musk is a busy man with a lot of priorities. He has to fulfil orders for the new Tesla Model 3. He has to build a new Tesla Roadster and a massive truck. He even wants to send things into space. Now, it appears he also wants to make charging up your Tesla just that little bit more fun. By installing a drive-in cinema to a charging spot. The Twitter-friendly Musk revealed on the social media site how he’s going to “put an old school, drive-in, roller skates & rock restaurant at one of the new Tesla Supercharger locations in LA”. Somewhere near the 405, apparently. Not an old Peugeot, sadly, but a road. Responding to another user’s request for popcorn – Musk confirmed that yes, popcorn will happen. And “an outdoor screen that plays a highlight reel of the best scenes in movie history”. So, denizens of Los Angeles, you might be in for a treat. Equally, you might not, because he might never do … [Read more...] about Should Tesla build drive-in cinemas to Supercharger stations?