While theater companies such as AMC may have staved off bankruptcy for the time being, it’s unclear what the simple act of going out to a movie will entail in the near future.
Like most art forms, photography is where it is today because of previous artists who pushed it further along. Whether it’s a visual style, the inclusion of all races, genders, and sexualities, or pure innovation to the subject of photography, people are responsible for moving the envelope of photography. This is our first installment of […]
“Moss is nothing short of phenomenal in ‘Shirley,’ filling out her performance with a steady flow of poisonously perfect wisecracks, putdowns and insults…”
Written and directed by Damien Chazelle (La La Land, First Man). This indie drama appeared almost out of nowhere to incredible reviews from both critics and audiences alike in 2014, featuring some unbelievable performances from Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons alongside an engaging narrative and well-written script. ‘Whiplash’ truly raises the bar for quality when […]
Great filmmakers have long flourished in Russia and the Soviet Union, creating singular works that continuously pushed the medium forward. Of that ilk, the most well-known directors outside of Russia are Tarkovsky, Eisenstein and Vertov. However, there are countless others that have played a pivotal role in shaping Russian film history and are deserving of […]
A look at Cillian Scamia’s heart-wrenching romance piece set in 18th century France.
Film Courage: We talked earlier about where there was a time where you got kind of stuck in this place where you could not really move. You didn’t want to do this, you did not want to do that and you did not know it was depression. Can you talk about what happened? Dui Jarrod, […]