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Oftentimes we overlook the significance of film post-production, but let’s dive into the "invisible art" and understand how its fundamentals play a vital role in completing the big picture.
Farah Nabulsi, gave us an eye-opening and heartrending look into the lives of everyday citizens who are suffering the consequences of political isolation and unrest through her Bafta-nominated and Oscar-nominated short-film, 'The Present.'
What makes iconic antihero characters such as Travis Bickle, Severus Snape, Walter White, and Wanda Maximoff more appealing than traditional heroes?
'Lumpkin, GA', is an important short documentary that sheds light on challenging social issues relating to immigration policies, human rights, and the American dream.
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Rising filmmaker, Tyler Taormina, took time to speak with us about the experiences of directing his first feature film, 'Ham on Rye.'
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Joan Wai, the director of the Academy's Nicholl Fellowships sat down with us to answer questions and give advice about screenwriting, competitions, and breaking into the film industry.
From Hallmark to Netflix, let’s take a walk through the history of holiday flicks, its huge commercial appeal, and the psychology as to why we crave these stories time and again.
Netflix recently released a 12-min short film that needed no words to bring the world to tears. An animated silent film that brings to light a critical and sensitive matter that has paralyzed America.
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We sat down with Brazilian filmmaker, Bruna Cabral, to discuss her journey from being a law school graduate to working in independent film and the process of bringing a sensitive topic like Alzheimer's to film in her award-winning short, 'Piece of Me.'
At its' core, 'Emily in Paris' is a superficial representation of Gen Xers that is so far-fetched from the reality they’re living in that it rightfully earns the contempt it's been receiving from critics and viewers alike.
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From blockbuster films such as 'Lord of the Rings' to TV series such as 'Game of Thrones', let’s break down the various factors as to why adaptations have become a vital part of the industry.
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We interviewed Troy Takaki, one of the leading editors in Hollywood about the world of post-production. He's worked on big projects like 'Hitch,' 'You,' 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid,' and much more.
The film managed to perfectly straddle the line between the realistic and the cinematic while capturing the true essence of a life on the road, and in turn, the American spirit.
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How did commentaries, opinions, and reviews turn from a social pastime to a profession that has the power to make or break film?
Pixar has turned itself into a household name, racking up countless awards and universal praise. So what's the secret to their timeless storytelling?
Tyler Taormina's debut feature, 'Ham on Rye', is a coming-of-age spectacle reminiscent of Richard Linklater’s 'Dazed and Confused' and Sofia Coppola’s 'The Virgin Suicides.'
Hollywood is a tough industry to break into but it is certainly not impossible. Let’s take an in-depth look into screenwriting contests and how they could help get one’s foot in the door.
'The Undoing' has managed to capture the zeitgeist, and the curiosity and intrigue compelled me to get to the bottom of the hype and why its finale led to mixed reviews from audiences worldwide.
'Piece of Me', the directorial debut of Bruna Cabral, has been taking the festival circuit by storm by capturing the struggles and challenges of Alzheimer's and the people it affects.
Disney is a well-oiled machine of highly imaginative and talented creatives, but why is it that for the past decade, the studio is investing millions of dollars into simply remaking our beloved animated classics into live-action films?
South Korea has a proven track record of pioneering the latest trends, and Mukbang is the latest viral craze to have taken off by tapping into our universal love of food and playing to our more gluttonous tendencies.