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A Q&A With A Viral Video Network

Forbes contributor Lori Kozlowski interviews CEO of Junkin Media Jonathan Skogmo and Chief Development Officer Josh Entman about how and why videos actually go viral, and how brands can capitalize on this power: Kozlowski: What trends are you seeing in the viral video landscape? Skogmo: We’re seeing an enormous increase in the use of viral videos Read MoreRead More

Realer Than Reality: The New Hidden-Camera Movies

Matt Singer traces the roots of the “Hidden Camera” genre from its “Candid Camera” days to most recent experiments like Under the Skin featuring Scarlett Johansson. Through most of Under The Skin’s first half, Johansson’s unnamed character repeats this ritual over and over, collecting victims—almost all played by non-actors—and luring them back to her lair. To make Read MoreRead More

In bed with Bollywood: sex and censorship in Indian cinema

Bollywood may be the blushing ballerina to Hollywood’s brazen pole-dancing stripper, but, as the history of film censorship in India reveals, its screen stars are no stranger to the lip lock With India being the world’s biggest producer of films (around 1000 last year, twice that of America) its censor board, aka the Central Board Read MoreRead More

Did HIMYM Earn Its Ending? | PBS Idea Channel

I Met Your Mother is a popular sitcom that has been running 9 years, teasing its audience the whole long way with the riddle of the identity of THE MOTHER. But with its recent finale and the mystery resolved, the reaction was mixed. Did Ted end up with who he was meant to all along? Read MoreRead More

Cinefix’s 12 Best Long Takes

Cinefix picks their top 12 Best Long Takes in the history of film. The Protector – Restaurant Fight Scene Director: Prachya Pinkaew Synopsis: A young fighter named Kham must go to Australia to retrieve his stolen elephant. With the help of a Thai-born Australian detective, Kham must take on all comers, including a gang led Read MoreRead More

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