Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

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It’s that time of year when we clear out our closet, ditching the winter clothes and grabbing the shorts from the dark depths of our draws. But, for us here at Cinerama Film Online, summer 2021 is also time for a site sort out. This work began in May with new fresh logos and brand new pages. However, we are far from finished; in fact, we have only just begun, and as a result, you will notice a few fewer articles during June and July as we complete the site’s transformation. This work is essential to keep Cinerama Film Online up to date and relevant to you. But, it also means some of our old articles will sadly leave the site. This does not affect film reviews, interviews or festival coverage but does include some of our older curated collections, news articles and several retrospectives.

So what’s vanishing, I hear you ask? Well, we can confirm today that the following articles will leave the site on 11th June 2021,

Unmissable Comic Book Movies (now out of date)

30 Unmissable Coming of Age Films (Replaced by a new article)

Retrospective articles including Star Wars: A Youthful Rebellion, Eurovision, The Wizard of Oz at 80 and Baby Driver: A High Octane Musical (Low viewing figures)

These will be followed on 2nd July by the following further articles,

Essential James Bond (now out of date)

Redundant news articles

But, fear not, as there will be loads of brand new content over the next six months, with even more in-depth articles, LGBTQ specials and deep-dive horror classics from The Crypt.

In addition, we can announce today that quick read film reviews will become a part of the central film review strand from June 11th, with all film reviews presented in large print for improved accessibility. But, why stop there, I hear you ask? Well, we don’t intend to; from Autumn 2021, In Conversation will also transform to incorporate video interviews and podcast conversations. So watch this space for more information coming soon.

Thank you for your continued support, we wouldn’t exist without you.


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