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Obselidia

Wikipedia entry: Obselidia

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Hoopla wants to be a free Netflix for library users

Hoopla wants to be a free Netflix for library users:
Hoopla, a new streaming service for libraries, lets patrons borrow digital movies, TV shows, audiobooks and music. The selection isn’t comparable to Netflix, but it is free if you have a card at participating library. Hoopla is based in Holland, Ohio, and is owned by library distributor Midwest Tape.
https://www.hoopladigital.com/

Videos About Librarianship

Twelve videos about librarianship that spoof movies & TV from Singaporean librarian Aaron Tay.

16 Great Library Scenes in Film

And because I am who I am, it got me thinking about great movie library scenes that already exist. At first, I thought the list would be pretty short, but you know what? Hollywood loves a library. Some combination of ambiance, seclusion, hidden knowledge, and the sheer beauty of shelves upon shelves of books make libraries a fantastic film setting.

Here are my sixteen favorite:

Disney Buying Lucasfilm for $4 Billion

The Walt Disney Company, in a move that gives it a commanding position in the realm of fantasy movies, said Tuesday it had agreed to acquire Lucasfilm Ltd. from its founder, George Lucas, for $4.05 billion in stock and cash.

Full piece here.

The 'Future' Of Movies? Critic Says It's Not So Bright

Piece on NPR about the book: Do the Movies Have a Future?

Read: The Motion Picture

Read: The Motion Picture An animation created by Wake County Public Libraries.

The Great Gatsby

JOHN CARTER Expected to Tank

EarlyWord has an entry about the Disney movie "John Carter" that is based on the book "Princess of Mars" by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

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