Suggested features for the website
Mike Lee: Can we have KPMG smoothies?
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Harry Austin: Can it work please more often?
Billy: Add discount cinema screenings, show previews and <a href="http://www.theatreticketscheap.com">theatre ticket</a> information. notspam
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Samuel Brown: A way to add films from eg here http://www.filmsoc.warwick.ac.uk/index.php?page=filminfo&id=1368 to google calendar/ical whatever.
Rob: It would be great if the site linked film information pages to IMDB and/or Rotten Tomatoes!
- Tim Davidson: The 'more information' links on the film information pages are links to the IMDB entry. We are looking into the possibility of providing links to other sources which could include trailers, etc.
frank: http://www.clearancesalenews.co.uk/sale/dvds/ alerts when there are dvds and books for sale. It would be fantastic for students and professional to be updated with sale events, because simply dvds are so expensive for students and with this website they can search for the film dvd shop which sells them half price. It would be nice to see it in the links section. notspam
Mike: It would be great if the schedule was available as an .ics calendar file, which would allow it to be imported into lots of different calendar software. This would mean the list of upcoming films would be immediately available without having to check the website or booklet.
- Tim Davidson: This feature is planned for a future version of the website, however we need to do some restructuring work first.
Richard Kemp: I suggest that the film schedule is published in the iCal format on the website so users can import that film schedule into their organiser/calendar of choice. I for one would find this very useful, as currently I enter each film by hand.
tammy woodrow: Film and Video Artists - Call for Expression of Interest Are you a video artist, short-film maker, animator, motion-graphic designer, VJ, or artist using video installation? Would you like the opportunity to present your innovative media work to a wider audience? Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum would like to find out if there is scope to establish a programme of events for local makers of short films and videos. The events would take place on Thursday nights from 6.30-7.30pm at the Art Gallery & Museum and would provide a showcase for students and artists working in the fields of film and digital media. The aim would be to screen up to three pieces of work at each event and there would be the chance for the makers to discuss their work with the audience. This programme would provide a platform for recent film and video work and aims to support new and emerging practitioners as well as more established artists. There would be no charge for the use of the Art Gallery & Museumís facilities. If you would like to offer your views or find out more about this proposal, please contact Tammy Woodrow at the Art Gallery & Museum for more information: email@example.com or telephone, 01926 742719. We look forward to hearing from you! Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, Leamington Spa, CV32 4AA Tel 01926 742700 www.warwickdc.gov.uk/royalpumprooms
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R E Broadley: Hi. Looking at the website, I wasn't able to find any mention of the societies history (when established, by whom, changes over the years, etc). Is this information currently present on the website please? Many thanks, Richard.
Sokeel: Hi In the Voting for films, you should not show how other people have already voted as this would unfairly influence the way that people vote. For instance if people are unsure people are very likely to vote for films that other people have already voted for, because of the psychological tendency to side with the majority in uncertain situations.
Andy Mach: In the FAQ, there is a broken link with the question "How much does it cost to become a society member?".
Nick March: It may be worth adding Deloitte to the disclaimer at the bottom of the page, just in case...
Robert Heinrich: Highlight (or mark otherwise) 70mm projections in the schedule.
Kate Lines: Firecracker, a film by Steven Balderson, starring Mike Patton, Karen Black, The Enigma, et al., said to be the film David Lynch wishes he was still capable of making.
Mark Leney: Battle Royale, a chance to see Chiaki Kuriyama in something other than Kill Bill on the big screen.
Mark Leney: Jason and the Argonauts, simply because I'd love to see those old special effects on the big screen.
Indrajit Shah: Sholay
- Matt Knight: This facility is intended for suggesting actual features and facilities that people would like to see appear on the website. In future suggestions for films are better made through the film suggestions facility which can be found by following the link on the main menu.
Indrajit Shah: Deewaar
Indrajit Shah: Lagaan
Indrajit Shah: Kundun
Indrajit Shah: Wonder Boys
Indrajit Shah: Risky Business
Phil Holbourn: In the rotas, could the name of whoever is signed up be a link to their contact details? It would be a very useful way of contacting the trainee or vice versa to arrange meeting up etc before the show.
- Gerg Franklin: We've put in a link to their entry on the contacts page if it exists. Extension of this feature will be included in the development of the website inferstructure.
John Knight: Evidently not. Wow, you guys really care about your audience... :-( What's the point of a suggestions page if no-one ever looks at it? PR/Spin? Or are you just lazy?
- Simon Johnstone: I've just modified the website suggestions page so that new suggestions are automatically e-mailed to the webmaster. Maybe that'll improve things, although please bear in mind that the website is operated by a small number of volunteers and so suggestions may take some time to be acted upon. Many thanks Simon (outgoing Technical Officer)
John Knight: Hello? Is there anybody there?
John Knight: Have some method of letting us know that these suggestions are actually being looked at?
John Knight: Give us the ability to rate and comment on other peoples suggestions!
John Knight: Please rename the "This Season" link to "Schedule" - every time I look at the website to see what films are on I look for the word schedule, as that's want I want to see!
Raluca Ionescu: Amores perros - Three interrelated tales of the darker side of life in contemporary Mexico City, each one as fresh and as fascinating as the last. Each of the three stories are dark, disturbing and filled with humanity.
- Simon Johnstone: Thanks for your suggestion, could I just ask that in future film suggestions are posted to the "Film Suggestion" pages (linked to from the menu on the left), as they tend to be looked at around the time that scheduling takes place. Please bear in mind that whilst we do try to schedule a range of films to suit as many of our members as possible, a lot of our schedule is constrained by print availability. For the record, Amores Perros is indeed an very intriguing and highly thought of film that we haven't shown since back in 2001, so there is a possibility it could be shown again...
Seb: Hi, Nice schedule for the coming term. How about showing the Chinese movie Hero? I have seen it in Mandarin, but would love to see a subtitled version as I didn't understand a lot. Cheers
- Simon Johnstone: Unfortunately Hero has yet to get a UK release. I believe there is still one print in the country, although the chances we'd be able to obtain it are slim. I think it can still be purchased as a region 3 DVD from a number of online retailers. Sorry to disappoint you!
Phil Holbourn: Add an alumni section to the contacts page
Phil Holbourn: Add the ability to input the imdb link directly in when suggesting films so others can look it up easily if they have never heard of it.
Simon Johnstone: Could a "score" of +1, 0 or -1 be assigned to each vote on the Film Suggestions page so that rubbish films can be voted down, and comments can be added to films without affecting the score. Also make it so that suggestions without any comments don't link to a blank page!
Adrienne Fenster: I think that it would be good to have some film quizzes or something similar. An interactive part to the website would encourage more people to visit the site - plus give us all something to do to avoid revision ;)