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Monday
Mar042013

5 Favorite Photos of Cinephiles

As a lover of all things film, I have always been as fascinated by the process that occurs behind the camera as the magic that takes place in front. Lane Turner of Boston.com's The Big Picture recently put together a fantastic photo article titled The movies: loving the silver screen as an ode to film lovers around the world. From this compilation of awe-inspiring photos, I have chosen my five favorite and shared them with you. Enjoy. 

The movie "Fargo" is projected onto the downtown Radisson in Fargo, N.D. When the movie Fargo debuted in 1996, many residents in the North Dakota city were not fans of the film's dark humor, not to mention the heavy accents. But the fame and cash from the movie eventually brought many Fargo residents around. (Darren Gibbins/The Forum/Associated Press)A film crew shoots in a Baghdad street on October 18, 2012. The din of power generators, tangle of jerry-rigged electric wiring and hassle of security checkpoints are all part of the movie business in Iraq, not to mention the lack of studio space and dearth of experienced crews. War and international sanctions have left most of Iraq's infrastructure and industry in shambles, including the movie industry. But the return of government funding means a new start for many local directors, even if the amounts are small by international standards. (Mohammed Ameen/Reuters)The blood-stained shirt worn by actor Robert de Niro in "Cape Fear" is displayed at the Martin Scorsese exhibition at the Deutsche Kinemathek, Museum for Film and Television in Berlin on January 9, 2013. (John MacDougall/AFP/Getty Images)Light from the projector streams from the projection room over the heads of moviegoers waiting for food at the snack bar at the Milford, N.H. Drive-in on July 13, 2012. (Mark Wilson for The Boston Globe)Pope Benedict XVI (center) watches 'Art and Faith, Via Pulchritudinis' on October 25, 2012 at the Paul VI hall at the Vatican. (Andreas Solaro/AFP/Getty Images)

To view The Big Picture article, click here.

 

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