remaking


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creation that is created again or anew

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They said that new films were being produced for multiplex cinemas and remaking would also revive the single screen old cinema houses.
Moving beyond questions of cultural politics, Woodland looks at the phenomenon of remaking Chinese-language cinema from a myriad of perspectives.
But, as Yiman Wang expounds in her intellectually rigorous Remaking Chinese Cinema: Through the Prism of Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Hollywood, previous works on cross-Pacific film remaking are inevitably circumscribed by the dichotomies of center/periphery, original/imitation, and dominance/subordination.
Remaking Horror: Hollywood's New Reliance on the Scares of Old.
"People feel safer remaking hits of the past rather than investing in something new."
Rajkumar Gupta's Aamir faced charges of remaking the Filipino film Cavite without rights.
The discussion touches upon a range of issues through its readings of films produced over the course of the 20th century, including the technological remaking of the body in cinema, capital's relationship to crime and violence, the emergence of women's liberation, the roots of cinematic portrayals of parental relations in Shakespeare's Hamlet and Sophocles' Oedipus, the ability to dually read the originals and remakes of Psycho (1960/1998) and The Parent Trap (1961/1998) as family comedies and horror films; and the progressive development of cultural cynicism in Hollywood filmmaking.
"Now that the studios hardly green-light any movies that aren't franchise-based or sequels, we're seeing more and more independent producers jumping into remakes," says Cecile Gaget, international sales chief at Gaumont, who's been selling re-do rights on a number of films, notably Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano's comedy blockbuster "The Intouchables" and Fred Cavaye's thriller "Point Blank," dealing with such outfits as the Weinstein Co., which is remaking "Intouchables" for the U.S.
The pioneer in information sharing and best practice deployment "Remaking America Now" has just announced the launching of their new Facebook Networking Portal.
An ITV spokesman said: "It's not so much a second series - we are in development for remaking or re-versioning The Prisoner, that's true.
"The completion of Waterfront Corporate Center III will mark the culmination of the remaking of Hoboken's waterfront," commented Peter Eppie, executive vice president of SJP Properties.
Remaking the world is probably not your regular mealtime conversation, but it may be the most important conversation you will ever have (with or without a meal).
THEY remade The Ring, they remade The Grudge, now they're remaking The Eye next year.
New Worlds for All: Indians, Europeans, and the Remaking of Early America.