STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Worst Movies Ever?
I watched the infamous "Birdemic" over the weekend. Yes, I did this on purpose. No, I'm not a glutton for punishment.
The movie was probably one of the worst movies I've ever seen, even though I've s... Posted on 2/18/13 at 5:11 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Tai Chi: Fantastical Reality
Initially, I chose to come to Wu Dang Shan (rather than other sights in China) because I wanted to participate in the culture---by way of doing tai chi. But let's not neglect the fact that sight-seein... Posted on 9/15/12 at 7:33 AM
JAMESTOWN COLLEGE NEWS International Week at Jamestown College
The Jamestown College Look Beyond Committee, International Student Organization, Art Club, Art Department and Foreign Language Department are celebrating International Week Feb. 21-25. All events are ... Posted on 2/18/11 at 3:19 PM
BOY SCOUT BLOG ROCKWELL AND THE MOVIES
What do George Lucas and Steven Spielberg have in common with millions of Scouts and Scouters? These great American filmmakers both love and admire the work of Norman Rockwell, who spent decades illu... Posted on 11/12/10 at 5:48 PM
First Assembly of God church will be showing the film “Faith Like Potatoes” at 6 p.m. Sunday.
“Faith Like Potatoes” is a 2006 South African drama film directed by Regardt van den Bergh. It is based on a book written by Angus Buchan of the same title, which was published in 1988. It is based on the true story and life of Angus Buchan and the Buchan family.
A 1977 documentary dramatization about the Nonpartisan League by filmmaker John Hanson is among the 41 films to be preserved through grants announced recently by the National Film Preservation Foundation. The grants will enable 22 historical societies, archives, librar-ies and museums nationwide to save historically significant American films that would unlikely survive without public support.
NASA could put a man on the moon but didn’t have the sense to keep the original video of the live TV transmission.
In an embarrassing acknowledgment, the space agency said Thursday that it must have erased the Apollo 11 moon footage years ago so that it could reuse the videotape.
But now Hollywood is coming to the rescue.
By Seth Borenstein, The Associated Press
, July 17, 2009
Public screenings of a film documentary on the life of former North Dakota Gov. Arthur Link have been set for Bismarck and Fargo, according to the film’s producers.
Directed by Clay Jenkinson and David Swenson and produced by The Dakota Institute of the Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation of Washburn, “When the Landscape is Quiet Again: The Legacy of Art Link” focuses on Link’s agrarian and conservation idealism, as coal development began in North Dakota in the early 1970s. Prairie Public will air the film on its television network Oct. 9.
The Coen brothers’ next film is set in Minnesota, and now they’ve committed to shooting it in Minnesota as well.
Shooting on “A Serious Man” is scheduled to begin September 8. It’s about a Jewish family living in suburban St. Louis Park, where directors Joel and Ethan Coen grew up. It will be filmed at several locations in the Twin Cities area.
OffRoad Youth Ministries will show its film, “The Wager,” starring Randy Travis, at 7 p.m. today at the 1st Church of the Nazarene, Ellendale, N.D.
Also to be shown will be a Ruf Cut Films/Silver Frame Production film, “Questions.” The two films teams operate and produce locally.
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