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The Movies is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies — a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.
This episode is also known as “The British Film Industry” also as “BBC” and “The choices of film creation”.
As always, the episode was written by members of The Goodies.
The Goodies won the Silver Rose in 1975 for this episode at the Festival Rose d’Or, held in Montreux, Switzerland.

Reel Weekend: Social Networks Targeted By Video Spoofs and One Real Film

Reel Weekend: Social Networks Targeted By Video Spoofs and One Real Film

So, everyone in the Social Networking realm is all a flutter (bet you thought I'd say a twitter) about a string of spoof trailers for imaginary films based on the creation and usage of the social networks, spawned from a real trailer for a real …

Microsoft Researches Three Screen Strategies for Marketing

"…one screen to rule them all and in the market bind them." Well OK Tolkien said ring and not screen and he was talking about evil and we're talking about video and marketing. There's a difference right? Let's face it, many of us are multi-screen …

Video Less Pirated Online Than Music, Consumption Still Growing

Social networks are here to stay, so says a recent report from Interpret, the media and technology market research firm. Oh they also talked a lot about video and how people get it. In fact, they found that 12% more are streaming movies on the …

Hulu Plus Preview Hits US Sony Playstation 3, Users Must Pay Twice To View

In a glorious and unabashed cash grab, Sony and Hulu have teamed up to yank a lot of your hard earned cash out of your wallets and into their overflowing vaults thanks to the Hulu Plus preview that became available to some US Playstation 3 …

April 2010 Online Video Advertising Insights – Scanscout

ScanScout's new monthly report returns with some expanded coverage this time round including top categories, peak viewing hours and a whole lot more.

YouTube’s Rental Store Is Now Open To The Public

PC World has discovered that YouTube rather stealthily opened up their official rental service, which appears to be called "Store.” You may remember somenews about them testing a rental service earlier this year.  It seems the testing is over, and the Store is now open …

Hulu To Launch $9.95 Subscription Model, Break Your Heart

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Hulu is set to launch a subscription model very soon–as early as mid-to-late May.  The price will be $9.95 per month.  Seems their admitted evil plot to destroy the world includes a monthly fee.

The Top 10 Sites To Search for Movie Trailers Online

Trailers (”previews”) are film advertisements for feature films that will be exhibited in the future. The term "trailer" comes from their having originally been shown at the end. That practice did not last long, because patrons tended to leave the theater after the films ended, …

Professional Web Video Content Up Almost 20% In 2009

AccuStream Research says that there was nearly a 20% jump in "professionally produced, hosted or syndicated online media and entertainment video views". So either we're all going pro or the pros have come to see the value in it.

Clicker Wants To Be Your Web TV Search Engine – They’re Mine

Clicker is an online video discovery service—essentially a TV Guide for finding video programming online.  Today they announced that they'd closed another round of financing ($11 Million), which speaks pretty highly of what the VC community thinks of their chances.

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