Archive for Film - page 4

Makin’ Moonshine

Makin’ Moonshine

Fascinated by FincherBy Ben Kolton What can one say about a director like David Fincher he has completed six films to date the latest being the master film of suspense Zodiac. Fincher has come a long way from aliens to psychopaths to revolutionaries. His style…

Continue reading →

Makin’ Moonshine

Makin’ Moonshine

The Sylent MajorityA post-modern, socio-politico-economico, philosophical stab at critical film theory by Nathan Lower and Lee Hampton Subject one: Weekend At Bernie’s (1989) “Bernie Lomax would be the perfect host, except for one small problem: He’s dead.” Such is the tagline to the 1989 masterpiece,…

Continue reading →

Hedgehog in the Fog

Hedgehog in the Fog

Hello holland! Watch this animated short film from 1975 by legendary Russian animator Yuriy Norshteyn. It is beautiful.

Continue reading →

Makin’ Moonshine

Makin’ Moonshine

The Oscars in 200 words by Ben Kolton It has certainly been an interesting year for nominations especially for the six big awards Picture, Actor, Actress, Supporting male and female, Screenplay Original and Adapted Screenplay. Here are my thoughts on what or who will take…

Continue reading →

SILVIA: A Documentary

SILVIA: A Documentary

Sheppard Fine Arts invites us join them on Thursday for what’s looking to be a really cool event–the rough-cut screening of a new documentary called SILVIA- an account of the life of internationally renowned political prisoner Silvia Baraldini. It’s $5 at the Nevada Museum of…

Continue reading →

Makin’ Moonshine

Makin’ Moonshine

Little Children Gives New Views to the World The best film to be nominated this year for any major award is Todd Field’s masterwork Little Children. The story of a neighborhood holding its breath and what happens when that breath is released. Little Children centers…

Continue reading →

Page 4 of 4 1 2 3 4