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NolanFans.com: Year Two

There’s a birthday to celebrate today! NolanFans.com‘s birthday in fact! A year ago today, Alex and I set off on a journey to build the biggest and best fan community for director Christopher Nolan. We’ve accomplished a lot this year, and we are very thankful for all of you, the fans, who’ve made a lot of it possible! Our community here continues to grow at great rates every week.

Over the past year we have followed the production of Nolan’s next motion picture, Inception. We added hundreds of photos from its production and filming, and we also added extensive screenshot galleries from all of Nolan’s films. We added downloadable versions of the screenplays for his films. We launched an audio podcast that has flourished into a neat project that now includes video live-streaming. We launched a YouTube channel with HD trailers, tv spots and other various Nolan related videos. And that’s not all.

Over the next year we hope to grow, and improve. Our goal is to continually raise the bar. To celebrate year two of NolanFans.com we launched a brand new design and layout. We are always looking for ways to improve the website, its content and its functionality. So take a look around. Let us know what you think. We are going to be adding new content and whatnot over the next couple weeks, so keep your eyes peeled.

Thanks for everything, everybody! Cake will be served shortly. ;)

by Teddy Blass
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Batman Begins Screenshot Gallery

As requested by our forums members, we proudly present to you, the official Nolan Fans Batman Begins Screenshot Gallery. Complete with 226 images, this gallery captures Christopher Nolan’s first Batman film in stunning 1080p. We hope you enjoy it.

Batman Begins Screenshot Gallery

by Alex Haas
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Memento Screenshot Gallery Arrives at Nolan Fans

Memento Screenshot Gallery

Since all of the juicy info on Inception is still being kept under wraps, we would like to entertain you with our latest addition to the website; the Memento Screenshot Gallery! Released in late 2000, Memento was Christopher Nolan’s second feature-length film. It gained substantial word-of-mouth from the film festival circuit, which included the Venice Film Festival − where it received a standing ovation. Commercially it pulled in a very respectable $39 million in worldwide box-office sales, with a budget of only $9 million. Memento follows Leonard Shelby, a man who suffers from anterograde amnesia, which he contracted from severe head trauma during the attack on his wife. To cope with his condition, he maintains a system of notes, photographs and tattoos to record information about himself, others and his wife’s killer − whom he must find. This gallery is complete with 102 screenshots captured in their full DVD resolution. Enjoy!

by Alex Haas
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