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Tinsel & Tine (Reel & Dine) is about discovering what I find pleasing in Film & Food -  My post/commentary are from the perspective of someone who truly reveres good storytelling, and possesses a voracious appetite.

Although I also write about my dining experiences and food events, the blog is primarily film-centric. My writing style weaves together personal anecdotes and observations in conjunction with film reviews, reporting from film festivals and preview film screenings. Not to mention, whenever possible, highlighting the simpatico of food in film!

Tinsel & Tine encourages blog contributors. Please send
your film festival experiences - from big and small film festivals - pictures, short reviews, long reviews, food & film tie-ins, report on the celebrities, the atmosphere etc... Feel free to share your festival coverage during or after the festival.  (Blogging credit only compensation).



Sundance Wrap Up Part III - Carol Coombes

Tinsel & Tine: I really want to thank Carol for her smart reviews and commentary from Sundance 2010. I love that she broke up her posts into Gay & Lesbian themed films, Documentaries and now Feature Length films. I would once again like to encourage any readers planning to attend even a small film fest to send me posts from or after your film festival experience. If you attend an evening with a food and film tie-in, even better, or review a restaurant pre or post a screening, send it in!

Carol has told me she also has a Park City restaurant review for Tinsel & Tine in her last post, so be sure to check back again next week!

The Runaways loosely based on Cherie Currie’s memoir about her life in the first all-girl teen punk-rock band, did, for the most part, live up to the hype surrounding its world premiere in Park City. The legendary Joan Jett, who shares an Executive Producer credit, was in attendance with cast members (see images property of Hollywood Reporters). Choosing to chronicle the bands formation, meteoric rise and inevitable demise through the eyes of guitarist/vocalist Joan Jett and lead vocalist Cherie Currie, first time director Floria Sigismondi, in an inspired move, pairs the exceptionally talented Kristen Stewart of Twilight fame (Stewart also stars in Welcome to the Rileys reviewed below), with 15-year-old teen actress Dakota Fanning.

Though Runaways has a Hollywood sheen, and is certainly less gritty than earlier punk-rock biopics the...



To read the rest of this review and reviews on "Hesher", "Animal Kingdom", "The Killer Inside Me" and "Welcome to the Rileys" visit


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