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Week of February 2nd to February 8th 2014 - Volume Two, Issue Five.
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Dear Movie Lover,

And the Vanity Fair soiree is the most important see-and be-seen event of all.
But this year, guests must check their invitations carefully because Vanity Fair's Oscars Party has found a new home at
8680 Sunset Boulevard in the heart of Hollywood.

The annual dinner and post-Academy Awards celebration
is considered one of the most sought-after tickets during awards season---took place last year at Sunset Tower. The change of venue was said to be motivated by VF editor-in-chief Graydon
Carter's desire to accommodate a larger party. VF's guest list is
known to soar above 1000 people.
Invitations are now being sent out to nominees and notables from all walks of life.  If the photo below matches the one in your mailbox, you're in! (You're also Jennifer Lawrence, so congrats and good luck!)


The beloved film received six Academy Award nominations in 1939, including one for Best Picture. It won Oscars for original score and song, making Somewhere Over The Rainbow an all-time classic.
According to the Oscars awards producers, the Academy is delighted to celebrate the birthday of one of the most beloved movies of all time at this year's ceremony.
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Coming Attractions This Week:  
February 2nd to February 8th 2014  


Two of this week's films feature marquee-worthy stars, both of the acting variety such as Frank Sinatra and Rock Hudson. As well as a controversial story taken from a book by literary star Gail Sheehy plus the steller  Jill Clayburgh and Lee Remick in leading roles. The fourth is a cool indie film that follows members of the rock band Mar as they record their debut album. Quite a variety. All highly see-worthy!


Check Today's Attractions for dates and times (ET) as well as for all the great free movies on



When a pregnant mother is involved in a horrific car accident she survives long enough for her fetus to be placed in an artificial womb where the child---a girl---is watched over by a scientist experimenting with human fetuses. He accelerates her growth rate so in a matter of weeks she has reached full adulthood, She becomes a beautiful near-genius as well as a homicidal psycho killer.


Running Time: 104 Minutes Sci-fi Drama

Starring: Barbara Carrera, Rock Hudson, Roddy McDowall

Directed By: Ralph Nelson



Based on author Gail Sheehy's best seller, this film chronicles how a reporter for a New York City magazine decides to investigate the city's prostitution business to find out just who was making all the money.


Running Time: 98 Minutes Drama

Starring: Jill Clayburgh, Lee Remick

Directed By: Joseph Sargent

MAR...This is An Experiment


Follow Mar as they enter Syrland Studio in Reykjavik Iceland to record their debut album. Using interviews and collected footage from the trip, This Is An Experiment allows us to see a studio diary of a modern band in today's world. What's your opinion?


Running Time: 100 Minutes Music Docu Drama

Starring: Claire Long, Kyle Reidy

Directed By: Zack Cookman



A trio of assassins led by a cold-blooded psychopath hold a family and a local sheriff hostage while awaiting their target---the President of the United States!


Running Time: 77 Minutes Mystery Drama

Starring: Sterling Hayden, Frank Sinatra

Directed By: Lewis Allen

Star Turn:
Kevin Spacey To Be Honored by The Museum of the Moving Image

The actor-producer will be recognized at an April 9th ceremony in New York at the organization's
28th Annual Salute. Leading up to the Awards presentation, Spacey will be saluted by tributes from his colleagues from The House of Cards, scenes from his films as well as friends and fellow actors.
"Kevin Spacey is one of our culture's most exciting performers," Museum Board of Trustees co-chairman  Herbert S. Schlosser said in a statement. "He has proven his talent and versatility in a wide range of memorable and award-winning roles. Kevin Spacey is also an accomplished executive producer and director. This is a great time to be honoring him."


 Artistic Director of The Old Vic Theatre in London since 2004, Spacey currently stars and serves as executive producer on Netflix's original series House of Cards, earning Emmy, SAG and Golden Globe nominations for his role. His production company, Trigger Street produced the Oscar-nominated film Captain Phillips and Oscar winner The Social Network.
The star has won two Oscars; for his performance in American Beauty and The Usual Suspects.
He has also starred in  Glengarry Glen Ross, L.A. Confidential, Margin Call, Horrible Bosses and the
HBO film Recount, among other titles.
Did You Know?
Tech Companies Make Fashion Statements at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show
Wearable tech was the big news at the January 2014 Consumer Electronics Show.
Intel teamed with the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Barneys New York and
design house Opening Ceremony. In other developments, luxury designer Tory Burch partnered with Fitbit, a tech brand focused on building health and fitness products.
On the other side of the pond, British software developer CSR announced a line of Bluetooth smart jewelry capable of connecting to smartphones.

 The Intel project presented by company CEO Brian Krzanich included a smart wristwatch designed by Opening Ceremony and sold at high end retailer Barneys. Intel will also work with the CFDA to pair tech developers with designer members to develop new products.
These links are indicative of the movement to accelerate wearable technology innovation and create products that enhance peoples' lives and are desirable to wear.
Another tech-related fashion collab announced at CEW was designer Tory Burch's partnership with Fitbit. The luxury Tory Burch label will design a collection of accessories including pendants, bracelets and wristbands for the Fitbit Flex  fitness tracker.

 British software developer  CSR also debuted  its Bluetooth Smart Jewelry.  It consists of a
line of pendant-style necklaces that connect to smartphones. The collection, designed with boutique jeweler Cellini,  will alert wearers of any notifications from their iPhones in iOS7. CSR plans to test android applications that will allow its users to have the same experience.

 A tech-savvy accessory for 2014? We'll take 'em!

See you on every day. Where the films are always fabulous and always free. On desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Mike and Monika