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You Can Grab the Same Software Pixar Used to Make Wall-E For Free Soon

If you’re an aspiring animator, this might be the best news you’ll hear this month: Pixar is giving away – that’s right, giving away – a version of RenderMan, its in-house rendering software. Gratis. No catch. You’ll be able to download the program some time in August. Pixar has used RenderMan, which costs $500 a pop for commercial use, to render some of its best-known animated features like Wall-E, Up and Toy Story, so this is a really, really big deal. It’s just one part of a larger software suite that goes into a Pixar blockbuster – it’s not an animation program, and you’ll definitely need one of those – but it’s remarkably capable. And it’s free. Simply fill up a registration form, download the program when …

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CanIStream.It: Search Netflix, Hulu & More!

How Can I Stream It? Works CanIStream.It is a free service created by Urban Pixels that allows you to search across the most popular streaming, rental, and purchase services to find where a movie is available. If the movie you’re looking for is not available, just sign-up, set a reminder and voila we will shoot you an email when your chosen service makes the movie available. It’s simple and fast. Can I Stream It? breaks down the services into five categories: Instant Streaming Subscription based and free instant streaming services. Streaming Rental Services that offer time limited rentals (24-48 hours) for a small fee. Digital Purchase Services that offer the ability to purchase a movie forever. DVD / Bluray Services that allow you to purchase or …

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CanIStream.It: Search Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, Google Play, Amazon, Crackle, Redbox, XFINITY Streampix, HBO GO, Showtime, Blockbuster, Youtube Movies,…

Lost Horizon Introduces The World To Shangri-La

In these days of wars and rumors of wars, haven’t you ever dreamed of a place where there was peace and security, where living was not a struggle but a lasting delight?” Good question, easy answer: Duh. Yes. Yes now, in 2014, and yes in 1937, when those words opened up Lost Horizon, Frank Capra’s big screen contemplation of what happens when regular folks are given the opportunity to live forever in a kind of heaven that exists here on earth. embedded contentThe film is an adaptation of James Hilton’s eponymous 1933 novel, which – fun fact – is Pocket Book #1, and thus often cited as the first mass-market American paperback. The story follows a quintet of Westerners, rounded up by dashing diplomat Bob Conway, who barely escape a …

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Lost Horizon Introduces The World To Shangri-La

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