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The End of Subsidies Kills Miami’s Film Industry

Even Bloodline recently called it quits. “The lack of incentive is essentially what killed the show,” Masoud says of the last while standing by the lonely fish pond. “They were prepared with stories for five to six seasons.”

Is There a Future for Film Colorization?

If you were a television junkie back in the late ’80s or early ’90s, you may remember a certain trend of classic black-and-white films popping up completely colorized. And if you watched any of them, you probably had one of two opinions.

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