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Why Filmmakers Like Neil Jordan Are Drawn to Television Even While Feeling Cinema Is 'Irreplaceable'

Why Filmmakers Like Neil Jordan Are Drawn to Television Even While Feeling Cinema Is 'Irreplaceable' | New Technology | Scoop.it

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, February 27, 2014 4:25 AM


Celluloid Liberation Front "As part of the Berlinale Talents creative summit earlier this month, Irish director Neil Jordan (who created the Showtime historical drama "The Borgias") and Hollywood producer Martha De Laurentiis ("Hannibal"), the widow of the late legendary producer Dino De Laurentiis, spoke about the differences between working in film and television."

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What is Bhaalu? - Bhaalu

What is Bhaalu? - Bhaalu | New Technology | Scoop.it
WIth Bhaalu cloud DVR you’ll be able to view, browse, favorite and get recommendations from your friends. Welcome to the next evolution of television.
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Interesting and they have their sites set on an NYC launch first. It's not a competitor to Aereo since it works with your cable subscription but it's not as limited as a cable DVR either. So, could be a major player. 

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The Most Fourth Wall-Breaking Moments in Television History

The Most Fourth Wall-Breaking Moments in Television History | New Technology | Scoop.it

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, August 7, 2013 12:34 AM

Charlie Jane Anders:  "Television has always been a medium that broke the walls of reality. From its earliest days, television shows "came into your living room." So it's not surprising that television has always dabbled in metafiction, fourth-wall-breaking and transrealism. Here are the six types of "meta" storytelling on television."