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Encore Screening For ‘Man Who Knew Infinity’

Encore Screening For ‘Man Who Knew Infinity’

A feature film starring Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons is to screen in Bermuda for a second time. The Man Who Knew Infinity  will screen on Sunday. June 26 at 3pm in the Tradewinds Auditorium of the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute. The first screening of the film, last Sunday, was completely sold out. Trailer for The Man Who Knew InfinityThe... Read more of this article

Film Series To Screen ‘Sugar Coated’ & ‘Infinity’

Film Series To Screen ‘Sugar Coated’ & ‘Infinity’

An award-winning investigative documentary about the sugar industry, and a feature film starring Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons, are to screen at the Weekend Film Series on Sunday June 19. Screening at 3pm, The Man Who Knew Infinity stars Mr Irons and Dev Patel [Slumdog Millionaire] in a true story of the friendship between Srinivasa Ramanujan [Patel],... Read more of this article

“Standing In The Shadows Of Motown” To Screen

“Standing In The Shadows Of Motown” To Screen

The U.S. Consulate and the Adult Library will continue the Bermuda National Library’s regular Consulate Night at the Library series at 6.00pm on Thursday, June 16 with a screening of “Standing in the Shadows of Motown.” The film is a documentary that recounts the story of The Funk Brothers, the uncredited studio musicians who recorded and performed... Read more of this article

Review Of “Pele – Birth Of A Legend” Film

Review Of “Pele – Birth Of A Legend” Film

[Written by Glenn Fubler] On Friday evening, my wife and I saw the movie “Pele – Birth of a Legend” at Neptune Theatre, which we enjoyed; in spite of the critics’ poor ratings. We admit our bias given that we were growing up while this legend’s star was rising. Additionally, we were entranced by the cinematographer – a Spike Lee collaborator... Read more of this article

Film: “The Story Of Cannibalism In Jamestown”

Film: “The Story Of Cannibalism In Jamestown”

The Department of Community and Cultural Affairs and the St George’s Foundation presents a film screening and discussion on the story of Jane The Story of Cannibalism in Jamestown and Bermuda’s Rescue on 12 May at the World Heritage Centre. The film depicts the story of the “starving time” in Jamestown history and how ships that arrived from... Read more of this article

Dr Angelou & Hologram To Feature At Film Series

Dr Angelou & Hologram To Feature At Film Series

An award-winning documentary about Dr Maya Angelou and Oscar winner Tom Hanks’ latest feature film are to screen at the Weekend Film Series on Sunday May 15. Screening at 3pm, A Hologram for the King stars Mr Hanks as a freshly divorced American businessman who arrives in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia with the mission of securing the deal of a lifetime with... Read more of this article

‘Cooperative Interest-Based Negotiation Process’

‘Cooperative Interest-Based Negotiation Process’

A special film screening of the Harvard Negotiation Programme’s “Cooperative Interest-based Negotiation Process” will be held at the Cathedral Hall on Tuesday May 10th from 5:30 – 7:00pm. The promo flyer said, “Do you want to help create a new environment for dialogue in Bermuda? Come join us at the Cathedral Hall Tuesday... Read more of this article

“Imagine A World Without Fish” At BUEI Talks

“Imagine A World Without Fish” At BUEI Talks

The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute [BUEI] will screen a film titled “Imagine a World Without Fish: The End of the Line” during an installment of the BUEI Talks series on May 3. The screening of the film – based on a book by Charles Clover, who will be on hand for a Q&A session – will be held at 6.30pm. The event... Read more of this article

Two Films To Feature At Weekend Film Series

Two Films To Feature At Weekend Film Series

Award winning films from the Sundance and Cannes film festivals are to screen at the Weekend Film Series on Sunday April 17. Screening at 3pm, Sonita was the big documentary winner at Sundance this year, winning both the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award in the world cinema documentary competition. The film also won the Audience Award at International... Read more of this article

Earl Cameron Reflects On Show Business Career

Earl Cameron Reflects On Show Business Career

Pioneering Bermudian actor Earl Cameron reflected on his barrier breaking career during a recent interview with the Ham&High, saying he is “proud of playing a small part in breaking down racial barriers.” The story said “When Earl Cameron first entered UK show business in the late 1940s, roles for black actors were slim pickings. Racial... Read more of this article

Video: NeoApex Releases Short Film “Moments”

Video: NeoApex Releases Short Film “Moments”

NeoApex has released a new film titled ‘Moments,’ featuring spoken word artist Raushan Darrell and filmography by Marq Rodriguez. NeoApex is a Bermuda-based production team that specializes in film production and employs poetry to “create a unique blend of art that conveys a message by taking on social issues within the community.”A... Read more of this article

Two Films To Feature At Weekend Film Series

Two Films To Feature At Weekend Film Series

A riveting documentary that won a Special Jury Award for Social Impact at the Sundance Film Festival is to screen in Bermuda on Sunday March 20. 3½ Minutes, Ten Bullets is to screen at 5.15pm in the Tradewinds Auditorium of the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute. It will be preceded by the repeat screening at 3pm of 45 Years, the award-winning... Read more of this article